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  1. FDS

    The Monster.

    A Video plays on screen as we see a focused shot of the campfire to start things off. The Camera shot changes to a landscape view of a hooded figure sitting on a log, the hooded figure stays with his head down staring at the fire. He doesn’t move, continuing to stare at the fire but he begins to speak. “This is what I wanted. This. This is everything I wanted. I honestly thought it’d be harder to do but I did it. The Painmaker is here and I will face him at summerslam. It was that easy... right?” He continues to stare at the fire, his hands clasped as he continues to remain still, not facing the camera. “I understand that people seem to think I made a mistake. I shouldn’t have brought him out. He’s now more dangerous than ever and I am in grave danger but I can’t help but just to think… this needed to be done. Had I done anything else this wouldn’t have been right. He wouldn’t have been what he wanted to be. You could tell ever since he picked up that chain all those months ago, he’s been a lap dog. A soldier in an army. A personalised attack dog. Now I have cut his leash and I am allowing him to come and bite me. People seem to believe that I am a mad man. Asking for punishment. Asking for this beast. Many people think I simply have a death wish, that I want him to tear me apart for some sort of sick pleasure. I understand that concern. I understand that if this was any other situation and I was any other man this would be dangerous. This would be a major mistake but many people forget the path I have taken and the man that I am. First and foremost I am a survivor. I survive. People attempt to tear me to pieces. People attempt to end me and take me to hell with them but I scrape myself back up and continue to move forward. That’s what i’ve done for years and that is what I will continue to do. I will not perish in this fight, I will not allow myself to be swallowed by darkness of my own creation when I have so much left to accomplish still…” He looks to his side and he picks up what seems to be the Universal Championship all but confirming the identity of this man as FDS. “This championship means the world to me. This means that I was finally able to move to that peak that so many said that I was not going to be able reach. The point that those above me constantly said I would never reach and because of that I felt demotivated several times but after all of this I finally fought my way to the top. I was not handed this. I was not selected to hold this. I was not named as “The Guy”. I had to scratch and claw for everything I have. I had to fight my way to the top. This title is a symbol of the fact that I was able to defy the odds and show the people in this company that yes I can make it to the top. That Yes I can be a world champion… but this fight I am in isn’t about this gold. This fight isn’t about me in a lot of ways, it’s about bringing the Jeremiah Flynn back that everybody knows and… fears. Bringing the man that tries to end careers. The Man that wants to tear people apart and break them down. The man that helped me at a point where I was in a spiral. I want that man back. While the outward appearance is that of the Painmaker and his attitude seems to be that, I will not be convinced until I step in the ring with him and I feel the pain he is distributing to everyone else… though if I want this Flynn, I know I must give him something worthwhile.” He takes something off from around his neck, something that seems to be a dog tag. The dog tag seems to have the Bulletproof logo on it, the camera in an over the shoulder perspective shot now, he clutches the dog tag as if to hold it close. “I’ve lost many brothers on my road here. Some turned to darkness. Others ripped away from me. Some lost on their paths afterwards. I miss them. No Matter what our differences, I miss that family and in order to right the wrongs of that family, I must become what that family made me. I must become the creation of war. A creature spawned out of hate and anger. A monster that was by his own design. A weapon. This started with him and I will end it with him, I will leave him silenced.” FDS continues to stare at the fire, holding the dog tag in his hand. The Camera staying over his shoulder, the final shot is of FDS flipping over the dog tag to reveal a familiar logo. The camera then fades out as the shot of the dog tag is the final shot of the scene.
  2. ICPW Roar Of The Lion 2 ICPW Obsidian Killer Championship: Drew Parker (c) VS Mance Warner Kicking off Roar Of The Lion 2, the Obsidian Killer Championship was on the line as Drew Parker would defend the title against Mance Warner. The two men would have a violent match up with the two of them beating the hell out of each other with everything they could get their hands. They would use everything they could get their hands on and would attempt to beat the hell out of each other with everything they had. Eventually it would be Parker hitting the swanton bomb onto Warner driving him through a table with thumbtacks underneath it in order to retain the championship. Drew Parker (c) defeats Mance Warner via pinfall by way of a swanton bomb through a table to retain the ICPW Obsidian Killer Championship at 14:01 After the match, Drew Parker was celebrating with the championship after making his first successful title defence with the belt but he would be sneak attacked by Jun Kasai the former Obsidian Killer Champion who would grab Parker and hit him with the stimulation on the exposed ring boards. Kasai would grab the title and pose over Parker's broken body seemingly challenging Parker to a rematch. Headbanger Club (El Phantasmo & Adam Brooks) VS The Rebel Sons (Apollo Crews & Taiji Ishimori) Next up we would see tag team action as Headbanger Club’s El Phantasmo and Adam Brooks take on Rebel Sons’ Apollo Crews and Taiji Ishimori. The two teams would have an impressive match with Headbanger Club having some great speed while Crews and Ishimori would demonstrate great chemistry and their contrasting styles mixed together well. The two teams would fight back and forth but it would eventually be El Phantasmo and Crews alone together in the ring with Crews grabbing El Phantasmo and hitting him with the spin out powerbomb for the victory. Rebel Sons defeats Headbanger Club via pinfall by way of a spin out powerbomb on El Phantasmo at 13:45 After the match as Crews and Ishimori were celebrating, Brooks would help Phantasmo back to his feet but Phantasmo would push him away and insult him verbally for “costing them the match” despite Phantasmo being the one pinned, Phantasmo would then hit Brooks before telling him to come on, Ishimori and Crews would see this unsure as to why Brooks is still following Phantasmo’s orders. ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship: Mascara Dorada (c) VS SHO Next up the JR Heavyweight Championship would be on the line as Mascara Dorada would look to make his third successful defence against SHO. The two men would have a very good match with the two men having contrasting styles. SHO would use his impressive power and MMA style moves but Dorada with his classical lucha libre stylings would continue to be effective against SHO. “High Voltage” SHO would continue to electrify his opponent throughout the match but “The King Of The Ropes” wouldn’t give in and he would eventually hit the Dorada Screwdriver on SHO for the pinfall victory to retain the Championship. Mascara Dorada (c) defeats SHO via pinfall by way of a Dorada Screwdriver to retain the ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship at 16:45 After the match, SHO and Dorada would stare down and the two men would shake hands and SHO would then make his leave as Dorada would then celebrate his title retention only to be attacked from behind by the debuting Diamante who would grab him and hit him with the Vuelta Finale before grabbing the JR Heavyweight Championship and posing over the body of the JR Champion. ICPW Openweight Championship: BEN-K (c) VS Shane Strickland Next the ICPW Openweight Championship would be on the line as BEN-K would defend the championship against Shane Strickland. The two men would have a very impressive match up with BEN-K using his power to try and stop Strickland but Strickland’s speed and agility would be able to keep Strickland on even ground with BEN-K. The two men would fight back and forth hitting each other with everything they got, BEN-K Even managing to kick out of the Swerve Stomp and Strickland kicking out of a Backdrop Driver. BEN-K and Strickland would fight on but it would be BEN-K dropping Strickland with a massive BEN-K Bomb for the victory and to retain the ICPW Openweight Championship. BEN-K (c) defeats Shane Strickland via pinfall by way of a BEN-K to retain the ICPW Openweight Championship at 19:01 After the match, Strickland would leave the ring and BEN-K would be celebrating with the championship but would be cut off by the Music of Kaito Kiyomiya who would make his way down to the ring, Kaito would state that BEN-K has been an impressive champion but that Kaito wants a rematch for the title at Mutually Assured Destruction, BEN-K would pick up the microphone and accept the challenge as the two men would shake hands as the match seemingly had been confirmed. Jon Moxley VS Katsuhiko Nakajima Next we would see a brutal war as Jon Moxley would take on Katsuhiko Nakajima. The two men would face off in a brutal match up with Nakajima using his excellent striking against Moxley forcing Moxley to have to brutalise Nakajima using his environment and using anything that he could to get an advantage. The two men would hit each other with absolutely everything they had. Moxley would hit a paradigm shift on Nakajima but that wouldn’t be enough to keep Nakajima down. Nakajima would fire back and hit a running shotgun kick but that wouldn’t be enough to keep the Death Rider Down. The two men would keep fighting and doing everything they possibly could to win the match but it would be a Death Rider on the Apron on Nakajima followed by another Death Rider in the ring and he would beat Nakajima with that. Jon Moxley defeats Katsuhiko Nakajima via pinfall by way of a Death Rider at 19:54 After the match, Moxley and Nakajima would stare down but Moxley would give him the nod as the two men would bump fists as Nakajima would make his exit after a brutal match. Moxley after celebrating would make his way out and would yell into the camera “MY NIGHTS NOT OVER YET!” as he would then make his exit. ICPW Tag Team Championships: Aussie Open (c) VS The Hart Foundation The ICPW Tag Team Championships would be on the line as Aussie Open would defend against the Hart Foundation. Both teams Trios partner would be at ringside for this match up and would cause a large amount of chaos throughout the match. Both Aussie Open and the Hart Foundation would show off some great tag team chemistry against each other but it was overshadowed due to the interference from both parties. Brookes and Ridgeway would actually interfere so much that the two men would end up brawling to the back. This would leave Aussie Open and The Hart Foundation to face each other 2 on 2 but yet again like last months defence, a distraction from Kid Lykos would allow for Aussie Open to not lose the match and eventually Aussie Open would hit Davey Boy Smith JR with the fidget spinner for the victory to retain the ICPW Tag Team Championships. Aussie Open (c) defeats The Hart Foundation via pinfall to retain the ICPW Tag Team Championships by way of a Fidget Spinner on Davey Boy Smith JR at 22:01 Minoru Suzuki VS Kota Ibushi In the semi-main event of the evening, Minoru Suzuki would take on Kota Ibushi. The two men would go strike for strike with each other using everything in their arsenal to beat the hell out of each other with absolutely everything they had. Suzuki would attempt to break Ibushi apart with many different submission maneuvers, using triangles, armbars and several different chokes and such while Ibushi would use his fast paced offense and suplexes to take it to Suzuki. The King would fight on despite hitting Ibushi with absolutely everything he had while Ibushi would continue to prove why he is the Iron Ace. Eventually Suzuki would hit Ibushi with several kicks before choking him and then hitting Ibushi with the Gotch Style Piledriver for the victory. Minoru Suzuki defeats Kota Ibushi via pinfall by way of a Gotch Style Piledriver at 25:01 After the match, Suzuki would grab the microphone and that he has nothing left to prove and has beaten everybody there is to beat and now he wants the ICPW Heayweight Championship but he would be cut off by Jon Moxley who would state that Suzuki hasn’t beaten him. Moxley would then state that both men have a case to challenge for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship so how about at Mutually Assured Destruction, the winner challenges for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship at Pride Of the Victorious. Suzuki would accept but he would warn “Jon Boy” stating that he will kill him next month when they face off. ICPW Heavyweight Championship: Zack Sabre JR (c) VS KENTA In the main event, the ICPW Heavyweight Championship was on the line as Zack Sabre JR would defend the Championship against KENTA. The two men would have an interesting match with KENTA right out of the gate charging at Zack with a Yakuza kick which would allow for KENTA to take control in the match in the early stretches. ZSJ would have an upward battle but he would slowly fight back wearing down KENTA with submission holds and he would use absolutely everything he possibly could to tear KENTA apart. KENTA though would continue to fight on with multiple strikes and suplexes to ZSJ trying to beat the soul out of ZSJ with everything he had. ZSJ would continue to fight back with everything he had and he even managed to kick out of a Busaiku Knee from KENTA but despite locking in the Jim Breaks Armbar KENTA would make his way to the ropes. The two men would fight on and would do everything they could to beat the other man but it would be Zack Sabre JR locking in the HyperNormalisation and he would force KENTA to submit allowing Zack to retain the championship. Zack Sabre JR (c) defeats KENTA via submission to retain the ICPW Heavyweight Championship with Hypernormalisation at 28:27 After the match, ZSJ would get on the mic and state that since his challenger won’t be decided this month that he’ll take the month off next month but he would then be cut off by timothy thatcher who would come out and state that he is unpinned and unsubmitted in ICPW and now he wants a shot at the ICPW Heavyweight Championship. ZSJ would laugh and accept Thatcher’s title challenge and would say that he would make Thatcher tap out. The two men would staredown to end the show off.
  3. ICPW Kings Of The Ring 57 KENTA makes the challenge to Zack Sabre JR for the title Kicking off Kings Of The Ring, KENTA would make his appearance after attacking Zack Sabre JR after his title defence against Tomohiro Ishii. KENTA would state that he is tired of being overlooked in the ICPW Heavyweight Championship picture and he has never received a one on one shot for the title so now he’s taking that shot to face Zack Sabre JR for the title at Roar Of The Lion. ICPW Heavyweight Champion Zack Sabre JR would come out and would state that KENTA has done nothing to earn that shot but Zack says since he wants to get his hands on KENTA after his assault at Forged for Greatness but he will only face KENTA if KENTA can defeat Taichi in the main event tonight. KENTA would smile and agree to ZSJ’s conditions as the two men would stare down with the challenge made for KENTA to complete in order to earn a shot at the title. Roppongi 3K (SHO & YOH) VS Mascara Dorada & Kenny Williams The first match of Kings Of The Ring would see Roppongi 3K take on the JR Heavyweight Champion Mascara Dorada as he would team with the debuting Kenny Williams. The two JR Heavyweight Duos would have a fast paced back and forth tag team contest as “The Bollocks” would show off why he has earned his place in the JR Heavyweight division and the Champion would show off why he is exactly that. Roppongi 3K would have the advantage due to their superior tag chemistry and after 3K, YOH would go to the outside and take out Kenny Williams while SHO would grab Dorada back up and drop him with the Shock Arrow and pin him for the victory. SHO has now pinned the JR Heavyweight Champion. Roppongi 3K defeats Dorada and Williams via pinfall by way of a Shock Arrow on Dorada at 14:01 After the match, as the ring crew would try to slide the JR Heavyweight Championship to Dorada, SHO would pick it up and he would hit his signature pose with the championship taking aim at Dorada before challenging Dorada for the title off mic, Dorada would nod his head accepting as the JR title match for Roar Of The Lion seemingly already being set. Hart Foundation want the tag team championships but Aussie Open want something in return… Next, two thirds of the Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions the Hart Foundation would make their way out to the ring, Pillman JR would get on the mic and state that they’ve collected the six man tag team championships but now they are looking for a second set of gold and that is why they are challenging Aussie Open for the tag team championships at Roar Of The Lion. Aussie Open would then make their way out and then Davis would get on the mic and state that the Hart Foundation have not done anything to earn themselves a title match for the tag team championships but they do have something Aussie Open wants. Davis would state that in 3 weeks if Suzuki-Gun defend the six man tag team championships against Aussie Open and a partner of their choosing then Aussie Open will defend the tag team championships against the Hart Foundation at Roar Of The Lion. Hart Foundation would discuss this first but would eventually accept Aussie Open’s conditions as the two title matches would be set. Number One Contenders to the Obsidian Killer Championship: Mance Warner VS Paul Robinson VS Primate Next we would see the next challenger for the Obsidian Killer Championship determined as Mance Warner would make his debut to take on Paul Robinson in his first match in the obsidian killer division and Primates second appearance in the division after falling in the number one contenders match last month. The three men would have a violent war as they would use every weapon they could get their hands on, using yakitori skewers, light tubes, barbed wire, tables and chairs. It would be Warner though getting the victory after he would hit Primate with a DDT onto a cinder block to get the win and become number one contender to the Obsidian Killer Championship. Mance Warner defeats Paul Robinson and Primate via pinfall by way of a DDT onto a Cinder block on Primate at 13:21 After the match, Warner would be standing in the ring with his hand raised, he would be met by the Obsidian Killer Champion Drew Parker laughing at the fact that Warner would be his next challenger, Warner would grab a chair as Parker would get in the ring, Parker would laugh at him but Warner would just lift up the chair and swing it over the head of Parker knocking him down, Warner would then take the chair and set it up over Parker, Warner would grab the championship and sit on Parker holding the championship laughing as he would send a message to the champion. If KENTA wins he faces Zack Sabre JR for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship at Roar Of the Lion: KENTA VS Taichi In the main event of the evening, KENTA would take on Taichi in a brutal singles contest in order to earn an opportunity at the ICPW Heavyweight Championship. The two men would beat the hell out of each other with hard hitting offense using absolutely everything they had to win the match. Taichi would also employ several underhanded tactics including several times where due a well timed distraction from ZSJ or Miho Abe he would use the microphone stand as a weapon. KENTA would fight onwards taking out ZSJ and then fighting Taichi back and eventually finishing him off with the Go 2 Sleep for the victory. KENTA will face Zack Sabre JR at Roar Of The Lion. KENTA defeats Taichi via pinfall by way of a Go 2 Sleep at 22:34 After the match, KENTA and ZSJ would staredown with the ICPW Heavyweight Championship now set for Roar Of The Lion as Kings Of The Ring would draw to a close. ICPW Kings Of The Ring 58 Death Riders (Jon Moxley & Paul Robinson) VS Stone Pitbull Wrestling (Katsuhiko Nakajima & YOH) Opening Kings Of The Ring would be tag team action as Jon Moxley would team up with his Death Riders stablemate Paul Robinson to take on Stone Pitbull Wrestling’s Katsuhiko Nakajima and YOH. The two teams would have a very impressive match with Death Riders using their own brand of violence to take it to Stone Pitbull Wrestling but the impressive ability of Nakajima and YOH together seemed to be working in their favour as they would fight against Moxley and Robinson as the two teams would fight each other with everything they had. As Moxley and Nakajima were fighting on the outside, Robinson and YOH would fight in the ring and Robinson would eventually get the victory hitting the Curb Stomp on YOH for the victory. Death Riders defeats Stone Pitbull Wrestling via pinfall by way of a Curb Stomp on YOH at 12:34 After the match, Nakajima and Moxley would continue to fight nobody trying to get in between the two men as the two men would be brutal towards each other, the two men would continue to fight but Nakajima would actually get the better of Moxley knocking him out as he would finally be pulled away from Moxley as the medical team would check on Moxley as he would be helped to the back after being knocked down hard by Nakajima, someone who Moxley has clearly underestimated. El Phantasmo wants gold but Crews wants him Backstage, El Phantasmo would be talking to news reporters as he would state that despite his setbacks, he would specify none of which were his fault, that he is still focused on regaining the ICPW Heavyweight Championship and he will do so by any means necessary. He would then be interrupted by Apollo Crews who would state that he sees El Phantasmo running his mouth but Crews has now pinned him twice. So Crews proposes that so El Phantasmo can start his road to the ICPW Heavyweight Championship, how about they face each other in a singles match? Phantasmo would completely disregard the idea but would state that he would face Crews in a tag match at Roar Of The Lion with Ishimori being Crews’ partner. Crews would reluctantly agree as El Phantasmo would leave, Crews staring at ELP as he would walk off in smug fashion. Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & TAKA Michinoku) VS Kota Ibushi & TJP The next match would see Suzuki-Gun’s leader Minoru Suzuki team with long time partner TAKA Michinoku to take on Kota Ibushi and TJP. The two teams would have an impressive contest as we would see previews of Ibushi and Suzuki’s upcoming singles match at Roar Of The Lion with the two men brutally striking each other and hitting each other with absolutely everything they had. TJP and TAKA showed off JR Heavyweight excellence utilising each and every maneuver to the best of its ability. The match would come to a conclusion with TJP delivering a detonation kick to TAKA for the victory. TJP & Ibushi defeats Suzuki-Gun via pinfall by way of a Detonation Kick on TAKA Michinoku at 12:45 After the match, Suzuki and Ibushi would have a staredown both men taunting each other telling the other to strike them. Suzuki seemed like he was going to hit Ibushi with a forearm but he would then just turn around and walk away taunting Ibushi as Ibushi would seem flustered as the intensity between the two men would continue to increase further. Chris Brookes VS Chris Ridgeway The next match would see Chris Brookes take on one third of the Openweight Six Man Tag team Champions in Chris Ridgeway. The two men would have a match that would see them hit each other with many different waves of offense ranging from submission to strikes to suplexes and other wrestling maneuvers but the match was somewhat tarnished as both Aussie Open and The Hart Foundation were at ringside in their respective stablemate’s corners which would cause both groups to interfere several times throughout the match causing major amount of Chaos throughout the match. Eventually amidst the chaos as the Hart Foundation and Aussie Open were brawling around ringside distracting the referee, Brookes would low blow Ridgeway and then hit him with the Praying Mantis Bomb for the victory. Chris Brookes defeats Chris Ridgeway via pinfall by way of a Praying Mantis Bomb at 13:01 After the match, Brookes and Aussie Open would celebrate, Fletcher would then grab the microphone and state that since Brookes beat one third of ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions that he should be getting a shot and thus in 2 weeks Brooke will team with Aussie Open to challenge Suzuki-Gun for the ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships. Ridgeway, DBS and Pillman looked ready for this upcoming match up. Dangerous Tekkers (Zack Sabre JR & Taichi) VS The Rebel Sons (KENTA & Shane Strickland) In the main event of the evening we would see Dangerous Tekkers team up to take on The Rebel Sons’ KENTA and Shane Strickland as a preview for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship match at Roar Of The Lion. The two teams would have a very impressive match up but Strickland seemed occupied as Openweight Champion BEN-K would be sat at ringside, this seemed to cause Strickland to be attempting to taunt the champion and show how great he is in the ring. This would cause several issues throughout the match as it would allow Dangerous Tekkers to take advantage on Several occasions. We would also get to see KENTA take it to ZSJ on several occasions as the intensity in the ICPW Heavyweight Championship picture would continue to rise with the two men going at it. It would Strickland’s hubris however that would cost the Rebel Sons the match as he would taunt BEN-K before walking into a superkick from Taichi before he would follow it up with a Black Mephisto for the victory. Dangerous Tekkers defeats Rebel Sons via pinfall by way of a Black Mephisto on Strickland at 16:01 After the match, Strickland would recover and he would go after BEN-K attempting to start a fight with the Openweight Champion but BEN-K would just shrug him off as he would make his leave. KENTA and ZSJ would then staredown as ZSJ would raise the championship laughing in the face of the challenger as he would make his leave. KENTA would stand in the middle of the ring, clearly more fired up than ever to get the victory at Roar Of The Lion. ICPW Kings Of The Ring 59 Stone Pitbull Wrestling (BEN-K & Rocky Romero) VS Rebel Sons (Shane Strickland & Taiji Ishimori) Opening this week's Kings Of The Ring we would see Stone Pitbull Wrestling’s BEN-K team with Rocky Romero to take on The Rebel Sons’ Shane Strickland and Taiji Ishimori. The two teams would have an impressive match up with the speed on display from the two JR Heavyweights while BEN-K’s impressive power would be met by the King of Swerves striking and speed. Strickland and Ishimori would eventually get the win after a Bloody Cross from Ishimori to Romero followed up by a swerve stomp on Romero for the victory. Rebel Sons defeats Stone Pitbull Wrestling via pinfall by way of a swerve stomp on Romero at 13:32 After the match, as Ishimori was making his leave, Strickland and BEN-K would begin to staredown over the Openweight Championship but Strickland would notice Ishimori get attacked by Adam Brooks, Strickland would then break his gaze with BEN-K as he and Crews would go down and chase off Brooks who seemingly revealed himself as El Phantasmo’s tag team partner at Roar Of The Lion. Crews and Strickland would then help Ishimori up, Crews somewhat annoyed that Strickland’s Openweight title pursuits seemed to distract him and almost endangered their stablemate. Mancer looks for Gold baby! Mance Warner would be backstage next with a promo. He would state that he is extremely happy to be in ICPW and that he is loving his time here so far. He’s happy to be competing in the ultra violent matches in the Obsidian Killer division. Warner would then state that he doesn’t like Drew Parker, that he feels Parker came in and just took whatever he wanted and that doesn’t sit well with the Mancer. Warner would then state that at Roar Of the Lion he’s going to the pay window and he is going to cash in and become the new Obsidian Killer Champion. Katsuhiko Nakajima VS Eddie Kingston Next up we would see a singles contest between two of the best strikers in professional wrestling as Katsuhiko Nakajima would take on Eddie Kingston. The two men would have a brutal contest with the two men suplexing and beating the crap out of each other with kicks and forearms. The two men would use everything in their arsenals to beat each other but it would Nakajima after avoiding a Backfist to the future and delivering a barrage of Knees and Kicks who would drop Kingston with a spike for the victory as Moxley would watch on at Ringside with great interest and a tad bit of nervousness as he will have to face Nakajima at Roar Of The Lion. Katsuhiko Nakajima defeats Eddie Kingston via pinfall by way of a Spike at 15:32 SHO VS TJP Next we would see an impressive JR Heavyweight contest as SHO would take on TJP. The two men would have a great technical contest as the two men would exchange holds using everything in their arsenals to get the better of each other and they even managed to counter each others finishers with SHO countering the detonation kick into a heel hook and TJP countering the shock arrow into a monkey flip and then would catch him in a bridging cradle pin but neither of these would finish the match off. SHO would finish things though with a Kimura lock from north south on TJP and forcing him to submit to the maneuver as SHO would continue to build momentum in his JR Heavyweight title pursuit. SHO defeats TJP via submission with a Kimura Lock at 14:04 After the match, SHO would motion around his waist seemingly signally his intentions to take the JR Heavyweight championship at Roar Of the Lion. Minoru Suzuki VS Jun Akiyama In the main event of the evening we would see the debut of Jun Akiyama as he would take on Minoru Suzuki. Suzuki and Akiyama would have a brutal battle as the two veterans would slug it out with strikes and would just lay into each other with strikes. They would also wear each other down with submissions and Akiyama would utilise suplexes to attempt to take it to Suzuki but Suzuki would remain focused and with the more pain that seemed to build up he would seemingly be getting more and more fired up. Suzuki would fight back against Akiyama continuing to build his power and he would eventually hit Akiyama with the Gotch Style Piledriver for the victory. Minoru Suzuki defeats Jun Akiyama via pinfall by way of a gotch style piledriver at 17:32 After the match, Suzuki would call out Ibushi who would respond in kind by coming down to the ring. Suzuki would state that while Ibushi may be the “Iron Ace” or whatever but Suzuki is the King Of Pro Wrestling and that Ibushi doesn’t even compare to him. Ibushi would respond stating that his golden star will shine brighter than ever at Roar Of The Lion and that he will defeat Suzuki. Suzuki and Ibushi would then staredown to close the show. ICPW Kings Of The Ring 60 Taiji Ishimori VS Adam Brooks To Open up the final Kings Of The Ring before Roar Of The Lion, Taiji Ishimori would take on Adam Brooks in a singles match after Brooks assaulted Ishimori last week. The two men would have a fast paced singles match but there would be some personal elements to it as Ishimori and Brooks were the first two members of Headbanger Club to join El Phantasmo and now they would face on opposite sides. The two men would hit each other with everything they had, El Phantasmo and Apollo Crews watching on from ringside, Brooks would even use fewer dirty tactics than normal attempting to hit Ishimori with everything he had, Ishimori meanwhile would seem almost hesitant to hit Brooks with everything he had due to their time together despite the atrocities committed by Brooks as a part of Headbanger Club. This would be beneficial to Brooks as eventually he would fight back and hit the Australian Destroyer for the victory in a major upset. Adam Brooks defeats Taiji Ishimori via pinfall by way of an Australian Destroyer at 15:23 El Phantasmo in disbelief would laugh and smile mocking Ishimori as he would congratulate Brooks on the hard fought victory, celebrating him massively while Crews would help Ishimori back to his feet. The Death Rider takes aim at the Dark Assassin Backstage, Jon Moxley would discuss his upcoming match with Katsuhiko Nakajima. He would state that he seemingly underestimated Nakajima originally, thinking this match would be easier than the Shiozaki match but it seems like it may be even harder than that or even his battles with Kota Ibushi. Moxley would state that he has been preparing as hard as possible for this match with Nakajima and that he will do whatever he has to in order to put down the Dark Assassin. He would finish by stating that at Roar Of The Lion, the Death Rider will ride and he will be coming for the Genius Of Kick. Shane Strickland VS Rocky Romero Next, Shane Strickland would take on Rocky Romero in a one on one match up. Romero would perform impressively using his smaller size and higher speed to take it to Strickland but Strickland would use his impressive striking ability to take it to Romero. The two men would beat the hell out of each other but it would be Strickland hitting Romero with the Swerve Stomp to get the victory. Shane Strickland defeats Rocky Romero via pinfall by way of a swerve stomp at 13:45 After the match, BEN-K would come down and after helping his stablemate out of the ring, he and Strickland would finally staredown this time with no interruptions as the Openweight Championship match is set for Roar Of The Lion. Zack Sabre JR and KENTA talk to the press before their match at Roar Of The Lion Next up, we would see a replay of the contract signing and press conference for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship match between KENTA and Zack Sabre JR. KENTA would state that Zack Sabre JR has never faced a talent like him and the only reason ZSJ won the last time they faced off was because of interference from somebody else. ZSJ would respond stating that he has already defeated 2 of ICPW’s best and he plans on making it 3 when he puts KENTA to sleep with submission holds. The two men would then sign the contract as ZSJ would pose with the title and stare down with KENTA to end off the press conference. Mance Warner VS Wild Boar In the final match before the main event of the evening, we would see some action in the obsidian killer division as Mance Warner would take on Wild Boar. The two men would have a brutal match as they would attempt to beat the stuffing out of each other with whatever weapons they could get their hands on. At one point, Drew Parker would attempt to interfere in the match but Warner would clock Parker with a chair shot to the head taking out the champion. Warner would then go back to the match and he would finish off Wild Boar with an impressive piledriver onto a pile of chairs for the victory. Mance Warner defeats Wild Boar via pinfall by way of a piledriver onto a pile of chairs at 11:32 ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships: Suzuki-Gun (Chris Ridgeway, Brian Pillman JR & Davey Boy Smith JR) VS Schadenfreude (Mark Davis, Kyle Fletcher & Chris Brookes) In the Main event of the evening, the ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships were on the line as Suzuki-Gun’s Chris Ridgeway, Brian Pillman JR and Davey Boy Smith JR would defend the titles against Sabre-Gun’s Schadenfreude consisting of Chris Brookes, Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis. The match would begin with a massive brawl with the three teams fighting as the second battle of the Suzuki-Gun, Sabre-Gun war would begin. The match was pure chaos from start to finish with both teams using everything at their disposal to get the win. Suzuki-Gun would be the crowd favourites in this match but only by default as they would not shy away from bending and breaking the rules. The two units would use everything at their disposal to get the victory at one point after a bulldog bomb on Fletcher it seemed like Suzuki-Gun had retained the titles but Brookes and Davis would break up the pinfall. Brookes would also nail Ridgeway with a massive Praying Mantis Bomb but a moonsault from Pillman JR would break up the pinfall. The two groups would continue to fight but eventually it would be a praying Mantis Bomb followed by an Aussie Arrow followed by a close your eyes and count to fuck to Pillman that would allow for Schadenfreude to get the win and become the new Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions! Schadenfreude defeats Suzuki-Gun (c) via pinfall by way of a close your eyes and count to fuck on Pillman JR at 24:01 to become the New ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions
  4. Main Event, New Japan Cup USA Semi-Finals: KENTA VS Jeff Cobb Match 3, New Japan Cup USA Semi-Finals: David Finlay VS Tama Tonga Match 2: ACH, TJP & Alex Zayn VS PJ Black, Misterioso & Blake Christian Match 1: Clark Connors & Jordan Clearwater VS Logan Riegel & Barrett Brown Discuss this weeks episode of NJPW Strong here!
  5. Full Lineup for Summer Struggle In Jingu Main Event, IWGP Heavyweight and IWGP Intercontinental Championships: EVIL (c) VS Tetsuya Naito Match 5, IWGP Tag Team Championships: Dangerous Tekkers (Zack Sabre JR & Taichi) (c) VS Golden Ace (Kota Ibushi & Hiroshi Tanahashi) Match 4, IWGP JR Heavyweight Championship: Hiromu Takahashi (c) VS Taiji Ishimori Match 3, NEVER Openweight Championship: Shingo Takagi (c) VS Minoru Suzuki Match 2, KOPW 2020 Finals: Winner of Okada/Yujiro VS Winner of SHO/SANADA VS Winner of Yano/BUSHI VS Winner of Kojima/Desperado Match 1: Master Wato VS Yoshinobu Kanemaru
  6. Grand Crown Professional Wrestling Location: Tokyo, Japan Roster Kenta Kobashi Keiji Mutoh Masahiro Chono Hiroyoshi Tenzan Scott Steiner Rick Steiner Kensuke Sasaki Stan Hansen Curt Hennig Vader Yoshihiro Takayama Dan Severn Yuji Nagata Minoru Suzuki Test Masato Tanaka Yoshinobu Kanemaru Jun Akiyama Dick Togo Genichiro Tenryu Takashi Iizuka Yoshiaki Fujiwara The Great Sasuke Funaki Christopher Daniels Jado Gedo Championships Grand Crown Championship Will be decided in an Eight Man Tournament for the title Twin Crown Championships Will be decided in an Eight Team Tournament for the titles
  7. FDS

    Revenge

    FDS makes his way down to the ring frantically after Flynn has delivered a vicious beating to Isaiah Carter, FDS moves past Flynn ignoring him as he goes straight to Raven helping his stablemate up. FDS helps Raven out of the ring as medical staff helps carry him to the back, FDS turns to Flynn as he nods at him and he goes over to one of the crew members as they hand him a microphone. “Before I get into anything else with you, I just wanna say thank you for getting rid of the trash out of the ring. It was really not good to see that here.” The fans cheer as FDS smiles while lowering the mic and the fans begin to chant “Thank you Flynn!”, Flynn shrugs it off and FDS then raises the microphone back up. “As for your place in line, you are damn right that you’re in the front my friend!” The fans cheer as the impending battle between FDS and Flynn continues to heat up. “You beat the hell out of me when I was in an interview, you threw me around and you tried to end my career before we could even face each other again and I'll admit, I'm a little beat up still. You did a good job “Painmaker”. I’m glad to see that you’re back to your normal self… because that means I get to experience exactly what I want from you.” FDS smiles as he lowers the microphone for a second, Flynn smiles and says “YEAH? THIS IS WHAT YOU WANT?” FDS says off mic “YEAH THIS IS WHAT I WANT!”, Flynn just looks at him and goes “Why?”, FDS lifts the mic back up “I’ll tell you why. If I don’t get to fight you like this, then I didn’t really fight you. You don’t need to do the right thing. You are Jeremiah God Damn Flynn and therefore you can do whatever the hell you want right? That’s how it’s been and that’s how it should be. You are often imitated but never duplicated as we saw with that man coming out here and trying to do what you do but he just doesn’t have it. That’s why we need you like this. That’s why we need this Jeremiah Flynn. We need that part of Carnage because you embody that word. Carnage. Every time you step in the ring it’s not supposed to be a technical masterclass, it’s not meant to be an athletic demonstration, it is meant to be a war. An example of how violence can be so… so…” FDS pauses as the fans are in suspense of what he’s going to say next “Beautiful.” The Fans go “AYE!” FDS laughs for a moment “In a way, I can understand that beauty. The pain of others is something that should be cherished somewhat, the pain of yourself as well. You and I know that better than anyone Flynn. We know what it's like to be in pain and we know what it’s like to deliver pain. The Painmaker is a fitting title for you in this state… but i do have to wonder, can you keep it up? Can you stay like this? Can you remain in this form? Or is this all just a front? We will see. I plan to bring you the pain, Painmaker. I just hope you do as well and when I do I will leave you… silenced.” FDS drops the microphone as he looks dead in the eyes of Flynn for a moment, Flynn seems confused by the final remark made by FDS, FDS just smiles slightly before leaving. The fans also unsure of what the remark FDS made means as this chaotic segment draws to a close as FDS exits the ring, leaving Flynn unsure as the two men’s rivalry continues to heat up.
  8. FDS

    To Bring Him Back.

    Backstage there is an interview taking place with the Universal Champion as Josh Trenton sits down with the new champion and the leader of FD-Gun as the Texas Deathmatch between FDS and Flynn has been announced just after this week's carnage. The Universal champion looks surprisingly calm as he sits with Josh. “Ladies and gentlemen summerslam is 3 weeks away and today I will be sitting down with one of the confirmed participants in the BMF Championship match, The Challenger and Current Universal Champion: FDS. Welcome FDS” “Hello Josh.” “Alright straight into it, FDS you challenged Flynn for the title under any stipulation, you’ve said in the past that you no longer wish to wrestle in Deathmatches so why did you allow Flynn to choose the stipulation knowing that he’d pick something of that variety?” FDS tilts his head slightly as he then sighs before addressing the question “Well to put it simply if the only way for Flynn to go back to being himself and to stop him from trying to be what Creed wants him to be is to go back to that type of wrestling then that’s what I'll do. I don’t care for deathmatch wrestling anymore and I haven’t in years. The part of me that needed to torture myself in matches like that is gone or at the very least suppressed but in order to bring back the man who I consider as a close personal friend back to being what he should be, I will indulge in the depths of hell and I will show people what true violence is supposed to be.” “Interesting. Now you said you’d bring the madness to Flynn on Carnage, does this mean the possible return of the Emperor of Chaos? Or perhaps another dark persona of yours?” FDS laughs slightly before composing himself again “I layed the Emperor Of Chaos to rest in January. When I threw that mask away that was my burial for a part of myself that I no longer need. I relied on that persona a fair few times after I left it a long time ago, that part of me isn’t what I need to face Flynn or anyone else for that matter. I proved that when I wrestled in the unsanctioned match at Royal Rumble and I was able to torture Smith without using that part of me. I have something else in mind to face Flynn. I don’t need to embrace the darkness nor do I need to embrace the light. I will say though the Phoenix shall roost for Summerslam and I will bring something else to face the so called painmaker.” “Ok… You’ve continued to state that you don’t respect “This Flynn” yet you respect the Flynn that was vicious and would do anything to win and did try to end your career, why do you respect that Flynn over the man trying to better himself?” FDS adjust himself and the Universal Championship “It’s quite simple. Wouldn’t you want your friend to be true to themselves Josh? I’m not saying the Flynn I want back is a good person, I just would rather he be Happy and if that means I have to suffer because of it… then so be it. I don’t really fear getting myself broken into pieces if it means I can help him realise who he is once again.” “Alright. So Is there any reason you have chosen not to defend the Universal Championship in this match?” FDS Sighs “Well Josh, if you would listen to what I said on Carnage you’d know that it’s because I believe the Universal Championship should represent the best of professional wrestling. The best blow for blow, move for move in ring competitor. In a war such as this, a fight such as this something so bitter and violent, it should not be defended given the atrocities the two of us will likely commit in this matchup.” “Right sorry, ok so if you won’t be defending the Universal Championship at Summerslam I assume you’ll be defending it at the Next Carnage Pay-Per-View, so have you scouted any possible Opponents?” “Well I do have somebody in Mi-” FDS is stopped as he sees the door violently swing open as somebody charges at FDS (Reply Planned, Duh)
  9. NJPW WRESTLING SATSUMA NO KUNI: IWGP United States Championship Match: Jon Moxley (c) vs David Finlay IWGP Tag Team Championship Match: Golden☆Ace (Hiroshi Tanahashi & Kota Ibushi) (c) vs Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre Jr.) vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA & EVIL) Suzuki-gun (Taichi & Miro) vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito & Shingo Takagi) CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Tomohiro Ishii, & Robbie Eagles) vs Bullet Club (Jay White, KENTA, & El Phantasmo) Suzuki-gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) Suzuki-gun (TAKA Michinoku & DOUKI) vs Rocky Romero & Ryusuke Taguchi Hirooki Goto & Karl Fredericks vs Villain Enterprises (PCO & Brody King) BONUS QUESTIONS: There are three Suzuki-gun vs LIJ matches at this show, who will win the majority of these matches?: Suzuki-Gun This show will set up many matches for Wrestling Dontaku, Name one of them: Minoru Suzuki VS SANADA IMPACT UNITED WE STAND: IMPACT World Championship Match, If Tessa Loses She Must Leave IMPACT:Tessa Blanchard VS Moose (c) IMPACT Tag Team Championship Match: The Rascalz VS Rich Swann/Willie Mack VS The North (c) Tommy Dreamer/Rhino/??? VS Hardcore Legends Ken Shamrock Retirement Match: Sami Callihan VS Ken Shamrock Loser Leaves IMPACT: Michael Elgin VS Eddie Edwards X-Division Championship Ultimate X Match: Trey VS Chris Bey VS Petey Williams VS Suicide VS Johnny Swinger VS Ace Austin (c) Knockout's Championship Match: Taya Valkyrie VS Jordynne Grace (c) TJP/Fallah Bahh VS Team XXXL BONUS QUESTIONS: Who is the tag team partner for Tommy Dreamer and Rhino in their match? Heath Slater baybay Two former IMPACT champions will make their return at this show. Who will they be? Crazzy Steve and Mike Bennett
  10. Storm Forth Pro Wrestling Kings Crowning Night 3 Recap Tournament Matches A Block: Takashi Sugiura VS Nick Aldis The first of the A Block tournament matches would see the grizzled veteran Takashi Sugiura take on the dealer Nick Aldis. The two men would show off some very impressive grappling as the two men would continue to exchange holds throughout the match and the technical prowess on display from both men was impressive. Sugiura would get the victory however hitting the Olympic Yosen Slam on Aldis to pick up the victory and his first two points in the tournament. Takashi Sugiura (2) defeats Nick Aldis (0) A Block: Hirooki Goto VS Shelton X Benjamin Next up we would see Shelton X Benjamin take on Hirooki Goto in an interesting contest. The two men would start off by exchanging holds but the pace would quicken almost immediately after they finished. The two men would hit each other with everything they had but it took them everything in their power to take each other down. It would be Goto though with the finish touch as he would nail Benjamin with the GTR to get to the victory and gain his first two points in the tournament. Hirooki Goto (2) defeats Shelton X Benjamin (0) A Block: Minoru Suzuki VS KENTA Next would be a brutal battle of those proficient in striking as Minoru Suzuki would take on KENTA. The two men would beat the hell out of each other in brutal fashion, both men using every strike in their arsenal to take the other down. The two men would continue to demonstrate why they are as good as they are but KENTA would fall when Suzuki would slip out of the Go 2 Sleep and lock in the sleeper hold before finishing him with a vicious looking gotch style piledriver as Suzuki would move to four points. Minoru Suzuki (4) defeats KENTA (2) A Block: Shinsuke Nakamura VS Cesaro The final match of the evening would see Shinsuke Nakamura take on Cesaro. The two men would fight hard against each other using everything they had to take each other on. European Uppercuts and suplexes from Cesaro and kicks and knees from Nakamura the two would attempt to break each other apart but nothing seemed to do the job until Nakamura finally finished Cesaro off with a brutal looking Bomaye for the victory and to move to four points in the tournament. Shinsuke Nakamura (4) defeats Cesaro (2) The Rest Hiroshi Tanahashi & Trey Miguel defeats Bullet Club (Jay White & Taiji Ishimori) CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos II) & Jonathan Gresham defeats Sublime Supermen (Toru Yano & Colt Cabana) & Noam Dar Keith Lee, Apollo Crews & Yuji Nagata defeats Naomichi Marufuji, Daisuke Sekimoto & Shota Umino
  11. NJPW1972.com Discuss Episode 1 of NJPW Strong and the first round of the New Japan Cup USA Here!
  12. Team Trash Drip Krokorok (Eita) Linoone (El Desperado) Morgrim (Jay White) Nuzleaf (Tozawa) Zweilous (Hiromu) Scraggy (KZY) Carvanha (Okada) Vullaby (Big Show)
  13. FDS

    A Fight

    Flynn stares at the ramp looking on as he awaits the arrival of the universal champion, the fans await his arrival and then the gong sounds indicating the arrival of one man. “Subconscious” hits and the arrival of the new Universal Championship is signalled. FDS makes his way out to the ring with the championship around his waist. He seems happy with the words Flynn has said as he smiles moving to his music while acknowledging some of the fans. FDS makes his way up the ring steps and enters the ring but instead of hitting his pose he goes straight for the microphone, he is handed one by a ringside crew member and he takes the Universal Championship off from around his waist and throws it over his shoulder as he begins to speak to Flynn. “Yes. I want a Fight.” Flynn laughs as the fans cheer at the idea of Flynn and FDS going back and forth one more time in a BPZ Ring. “Flynn. I said last night that I wanted the real you back and if the only way to do that is to fight the painmaker… then so be it. At Summerslam, You Bring the Painmaker, you can pick any stipulation you want and I’ll face you under one condition.” FDS looks at the Universal Championship for a moment and he smiles; he then looks over at Flynn’s BMF Championship. “We both stand in this ring as champions. Now I defeated you for this Universal Championship at King Of The Ring and it was an epic battle the likes of which have been seen very rarely seen here in BPZ but at the end of the day it was a wrestling match and that’s because this championship deserves to be defended in the best possible wrestling matches possible and thus we should not be having a fight over it.” FDS stops and turns around seemingly walking away as the fans seem confused at the Universal Championships thought process, Flynn seems annoyed by this and looks to be about to retort but FDS stops him. “However…” Flynn’s interest is peaked and the fans are confused as to what FDS is proposing, FDS turns around and he points at the BMF Championship. “You said BPZ wants this title to be defended in the most dangerous and violent of matches right? They want to show this as a multi combat sport championship. So let us show them brutality, let us show them violence, let us show them pain. So here is my proposition Flynn: You and Me. Summerslam. One on One. any stipulation you want... For the BMF Championship!” The fans cheer at the thought of the insane ultra violence that FDS and Flynn are willing to inflict on each other and the idea of the first time ever that the BMF Championship will be on the line. “So how about it “Painmaker”? Let’s show these fans how insane we can get and I will personally make sure that I bring the madness to you.” FDS lowers the mic and looks at Flynn with a smile on his face, the match offered to the “King Of Carnage”, what will his response be? Will he accept the challenge and if so what will the stipulation he selects be?
  14. FDS

    My Friend.

    FDS is backstage after his match at King Of The Ring. He is at the media area, the Universal Championship sitting in front of him. He seems to be in pain and almost like he’s not completely happy with the victory here tonight. FD-Gun are standing behind him as they all grab a beer from the table and they cheers them as they each yell “Kanpai!” They each take a drink of the beer before the FD-Gun members make their way out as FDS addresses the press. “I gave that everything I had and for once… it paid off. I’ve been chasing this gold for what feels like forever and I'm so glad that I can call myself the BPZ Universal Champion because that means that I not only represent the BPZ Universe who have supported me through all of this but it also means I am the top guy on Carnage. I wish I could say with that, Flynn and I are done, that we don’t have anything left but…” FDS pauses, he sighs. He looks at the championship with a look of uncertainty on his face. “Was that really Flynn? Was that really the man who dominated Carnage for so many years? Was that the man who brought me into Bulletproof and Saved my life? It doesn’t feel like it. It felt like what I faced out there was what Creed wanted Flynn to be. What Creed is trying to make him fit the image of their brand. They don’t want the gritty, psychotic texan that all the fans want to see and want to boo. They’re trying to make him into this humble, hero, a man who they can use to sell merchandise. It saddens me. I don’t respect that man. I don’t respect that Flynn. I respect the Flynn that would beat me within an inch of my life and would do whatever it took to win.” FDS looks down almost saddened. “But he’s gone.” FDS picks up the universal championship and looks at it. “I took this from him but that wasn’t enough to bring him back. There might be one way… we must go to the darkness together, we must allow the twisted sides of us to be brought back out and that means…” FDS shudders “I must venture to the dark corners of my mind. It’ll hurt but… I need to bring him back, I need the man who is willing to kill to win back, I need the real Jeremiah Flynn back and I’ll do whatever I need to bring him back.” FDS starts nodding frantically as he gets up to leave bringing the Universal Championship with him but one of the BPZ Media people asks for FDS to stay for photographs. FDS stops and obliges posing for the photographers with the title before leaving. FDS is the Universal Champion but he is not satisfied with the victory over Flynn as he looks to bring the man he once knew back to BPZ. What lengths will FDS resort to? Find out on Carnage!
  15. ICPW Forged For Greatness 2 ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship, Ladder Match: Mascara Dorada (c) VS Paul Robinson Kicking off Forged For Greatness we would see the ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship on the line as Mascara Dorada would make his second defence against Paul Robinson in a ladder match. Things would start off incredibly with some high speed action between the two men and the ladders not being involved until Robinson would grab one and slide it into the ring before then suplexing Dorada onto it. Robinson and Dorada would then begin to incorporate the Ladder into their offense with Dorada even hitting a rope walk elbow to the outside onto Robinson who was on a ladder bridged between the ring and the barricade. Robinson would also climb the ladder and almost be able to win the title but instead he would opt to hit a shooting star press onto Dorada while he was on the floor! This would end up costing robinson as Dorada would eventually manage to fight back as both men were at the top of the ladder, Dorada would sunset flip powerbomb Robinson off the ladder onto another that was being held up by the ladder and another ladder behind it! This would allow Dorada to make his way up the ladder and retain the ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship. Mascara Dorada (c) defeats Paul Robinson to retain the ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships: Suzuki-Gun (Chris Ridgeway, Brian Pillman JR & Davey Boy Smith JR) (c) VS Breaker Squad (Timothy Thatcher, Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) Next up the ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships were on the line as Suzuki-Gun would make their first defence against former champions Breaker Squad. The two teams would start things off with some technical exchanges, a slower pace after a high speed Ladder Match previously but it would then change into the two groups beating the hell out of each other and trying to break each other with submission holds. The two teams would give everything they had in the match but Thatcher would be taken out on the outside with a massive Bulldog Bomb onto the floor. This would essentially make the match a 2 on 3 handicap match and eventually after a Hart Attack on Williams, Williams would be locked into the sleeper hold by Ridgeway and he would be forced to pass out allowing Suzuki-Gun to retain the championships. Suzuki-Gun (c) defeats Breaker Squad via submission by way of a sleeper hold on Williams to retain the ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships ICPW Obsidian Killer Championship: Jun Kasai (c) VS Drew Parker Next up we would see an Obsidian Killer Championship match up with Jun Kasai defending against Drew Parker. The two men would beat the living hell out of each other and go to war using absolutely everything they could to get the victory here tonight. The two men would use tables, glass, light tubes, chairs and barbed wire in an attempt to tear each other to shreds. Nothing was held back but what seemed to be the turning point was when Kasai missed the pearl harbour splash off a ladder through a table. This would eventually allow for Parker to take control of the match and after hitting a belt shot with the Obsidian Killer Championship and DDTing Kasai onto the belt, he too would climb to the top of the ladder and would hit the Swanton bomb driving Kasai through a table and he would pin him to become the new Obsidian Killer Champion. Drew Parker defeats Jun Kasai (c) via pinfall to win the ICPW Obsidian Killer Championship by way of a Swanton Bomb off a ladder through a table at 15:01 ICPW Openweight Championship: BEN-K (c) VS Apollo Crews VS El Phantasmo VS Shane Strickland The ICPW Openweight Championship would be on the line next with BEN-K making his first defence of the championship against Apollo Crews, El Phantasmo and Shane Strickland in a four way contest. The four of them would go at it and use everything at their disposal to win the match, El Phantasmo would start things off by going after Apollo Crews the two men fighting throughout the match, this would allow Strickland and BEN-K to take advantage of this throughout the match. There were many times where it looked like the match could be over such as when Crews hit a massive moonsault on Phantasmo but Strickland and BEN-K would be there to break it up or when Strickland would hit the swerve stomp on Crews but BEN-K would be there to break it up. The match would come to a conclusion when Crews would hit the spin out powerbomb on Phantasmo but the pin would be broken up by BEN-K with a sliding Lariat before he would follow it up with a BEN-K bomb on Crews for the victory and to retain the title. BEN-K (c) defeats Apollo Crews, El Phantasmo and Shane Strickland via pinfall by way of a BEN-K Bomb on Crews to retain the ICPW Openweight Championship at 19:01 After the match as Crews and ELP would be assisted out of the arena, Strickland would stand behind the victorious BEN-K and as he would turn around, Strickland would get in BEN-K’s face over the fact that BEN-K never pinned him, BEN-K would state that it doesn’t matter because he lost before leaving but Strickland would be left unsatisfied. Jon Moxley VS Go Shiozaki Next, we would have a singles match as Jon Moxley would take on Go Shiozaki. The intensity between these two would finally reach its boiling point as the two men would beat the hell out of each other with Forearm Strikes to begin with and the match would see both men attempting to do absolutely everything they could to win the match. Moxley would manage to hit a paradigm shift on Shiozaki but that wouldn’t be enough to take him down, Shiozaki would continue to fight on and even manage to hit the Gowan Lariat but Moxley would manage to kick out. The two men would continue to hit each other with absolutely everything they had but it would be Moxley who would eventually manage to hit Shiozaki with the Death Rider and win the match against Shiozaki in an intense contest. Jon Moxley defeats Go Shiozaki via pinfall by way of a Death Rider at 20:32 After the match, Moxley would smile after a brutal contest with Shiozaki while Shiozaki would be helped back to his feet by his tag team partner Katsuhiko Nakajima but this would seemingly upset Moxley as he would grab the microphone and call Nakajima into the ring, the ringside crew would then assist Shiozaki to the back as Nakajima would enter the ring to face off with Moxley. Moxley would state that he lost to both members of AXIZ and that beating Shiozaki just isn’t enough and that at Roar Of The Lion he wants Nakajima. The “Genius of Kick” would then get on the mic and accept Moxley’s challenge for next month as the two would stare down in the middle of the ring. Minoru Suzuki VS Chris Brookes Next we would see another Singles contest as Minoru Suzuki would face the Sabre-Gun recruiter and former ICPW Tag Team Champion Chris Brookes. Suzuki and Brookes would manage to have some very impressive wrestling exchanges with both men exchanging holds however once Brookes started bending rules, Suzuki would begin to use his strikes and proficiency in Chair wielding to take it to Brookes. The two men would hit each other with everything they had, Brookes managing to hit the slingshot cutter but that wouldn’t be enough to take down Suzuki. Suzuki locked in a heel hook but Brookes would manage to make it to the ropes. Suzuki would hit a PK on Brookes but Brookes would manage to barely stay alive against Suzuki. Brookes would manage to hit Suzuki with a gory bomb but it wouldn’t be enough to keep the King Down. Eventually Suzuki would use his Gotch Style piledriver to take down Brookes and finish him off. Minoru Suzuki defeats Chris Brookes via pinfall by way of a gotch style piledriver at 18:32 After the match, Suzuki would look to make his leave but he would be interrupted by a returning Kota Ibushi! Ibushi would state that his ankle is healed and now he’s looking to get back into competition. He would say that he is the Iron Ace and wants to live up to that name by being ICPW Heavyweight Champion but he can’t do so without beating somebody as skilled as Minoru Suzuki. Suzuki would then grab the microphone and state that Ibushi may be the Iron Ace but Suzuki is the King Of Pro Wrestling and that if Ibushi wants to face him that he will make him humble and make him kneel at the feet of the King. ICPW Tag Team Championships: Aussie Open (c) VS Outlaw INC In the semi-main event of the evening, in a rematch from last month's tag team championship match, Aussie Open would defend the titles for the first time against former champions Outlaw INC. The two teams would start things off quickly with a brawl starting between the two teams and both sides trying to beat the living hell out of each other. Outlaw INC would then fight hard against Aussie Open but surprisingly Aussie Open would show off that despite Outlaw INC being in great sync, Aussie Open had even better tag chemistry than Outlaw INC. The tag team offense on display was extremely impressive but at one point it looked like Outlaw INC might have the victory but then suddenly Kid Lykos would appear and distract the referee, this would cause Kingston to attempt to take out Lykos but this would allow for Aussie Open to stage a comeback and fight off the former champions. Eventually Aussie Open would finish off Homicide with a Fidget Spinner and they would retain the tag team championships. Aussie Open (c) defeats Outlaw INC via pinfall by way of a Fidget Spinner on Homicide to retain the ICPW Tag Team Championships at 23:04 After the match as Outlaw INC would leave, Kid Lykos would be raising the hands of Aussie Open but they would be interrupted by The Hart Foundation who would come down to the ring hold their thirds of the ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships, they would come down and point at the ICPW Tag Team Championships to which the champions would point at the six man championships with both teams making their messages clear to each other. ICPW Heavyweight Championship: Zack Sabre JR (c) VS Tomohiro Ishii In the main event the ICPW Heavyweight Championship was on the line as Zack Sabre JR made his second defence against Tomohiro Ishii. The two men would start things off by exchanging holds, moving in and out of positions with Zack managing to keep control in the technical aspects but Ishii would out power him on several occasions. Zack and Ishii would then continue to have a back and forth contest over the title. Ishii would manage to hit several big moves on Zack and would fight hard in his pursuit of the Heavyweight Championship. Zack would remain focused however using submission holds in order to wear down Ishii slowly. Ishii would continue to fight on however hitting Zack with everything he had and he looked to set up for the Vertical drop brainbuster but Zack either kept fighting out of it or finding counters for it. Eventually as Ishii would go for the vertical drop brainbuster but Zack would pass over into a rear naked choke however Ishii would counter this into a backpack drop. Ishii would then wait for Zack to sit up and nail him with a sliding lariat. Ishii would then try to get the win but would not be able to. Eventually Zack would fight back and eventually hit Ishii with the Zack Driver but he wouldn’t pin him instead opting to lock Ishii in Orienteering with Napalm Death and Ishii would be forced to tap out as Zack would make his second successful defence of the championship. Zack Sabre JR (c) defeats Tomohiro Ishii via submission with Orienteering with Napalm Death to retain the ICPW Heavyweight Championship at 30:13 After the match as Zack would be celebrating his successful title defence he would suddenly turn around into a massive Busaiku Knee strike from KENTA. KENTA would then grab the ICPW Heavyweight Championship and pose with it over the body of Zack Sabre JR seemingly indicating that he is the next challenger to the gold ending off Forged For Greatness.

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