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  1. Week 6 Of the BPZ Pokemon League Season III has officially concluded. Here are the official standings A Block: FDS - 4 Points I Can’t Odd - 3 Points Monda - 3 Points KENJI - 3 Points Alex Costa - 2 Points Mikey - 1 Point Ark Universe - 0 Points B Block: Mecko - 5 points Meko - 4 points Sheridan - 3 Points Hans - 2 Points Blade - 2 points Arius - 2 Points Aaron - 0 Points The Final Week of blocks will now commence with the following matchups: Week 7 A Block: FDS (Rock) VS Odd (Ice) - If FDS wins he goes to the finals, If Odd wins he Either goes to the finals (Monda loses) or Faces Monda in a play off (Monda Wins) Monda (Ground, Champion) VS Mikey (Grass)- If Monda Wins and Odd wins he faces Odd in a play off to determine who goes to the finals Alex (Poison) VS Ark (Fighting) B Block: Sheridan (Ghost) VS Arius (Flying) Hans (Fairy) VS Aaron (Psychic) Meko (Dragon) VS Mecko (Water) - Winner advances to the finals BYES: KENJI (Fire) & Blade (Normal)
  2. Name: Toldan Aquirus Age: 35 in Human Years Force Sensitive?: Yes Appearance: Class: Ex-Jedi Knight turned Bounty Hunter Backstory: A former Jedi Knight who studied under the tutelage of Jedi Master Mace Windu eventually choosing the leave the order after frequent disagreements on the Order's strict guidelines and after learning from unknown sources of the hypocrisy of the Jedi Order, he would turn to a life of bounty hunting and while minimising his use of the force still utilising some of its abilities and still tapping into its secrets. He would begin supplying other bounty hunters with Jobs he felt less than his abilities and often assists mandalorians with some of their battles. He still utilises his lightsabres in combat and occasionally will join them together to form a double bladed sabre if the situation calls for it however he also has several other forms of weaponry that he utilises against opponents, many of which he was gifted by Mandalorians and stolen off of the bodies of those who have attempted to double cross him. Any pre-existing relationships to other characters?(Note this is prior to Star Wars Episode I: A Phantom Menace.): Former Apprentice to Master Mace Windu, acquaintance with several Jedi in the Jedi Order, supplies Bounty Hunters with jobs, frequently visits mandalore
  3. FDS

    Not the Same Guy.

    A few days after Eli Smith addressed his injury after Night Of Legends, another Youtube Video is uploaded to the BPZ Youtube channel this time an interview with FDS. The newest member of Bulletproof with many people questioning the motives of FDS as to what he has become and the kind of people he’s chosen to surround himself with. FDS steps into frame sitting down across from BPZ’s resident interviewer Josh Trenton. Josh Trenton: “Ladies and Gentlemen, today I have an exclusive interview with the newest member of Bulletproof and the opponent for Eli Smith at Royal Rumble, The Silencer FDS. FDS, first of all-” FDS: “Woah, No welcome Josh? What am I not good enough for you to say Hello to? Man, do they not teach manners in journalism school? Come on now. Josh Trenton: My apologies, Welcome FDS.” FDS: “Thank you, now you can ask your questions.” Josh Trenton: “Well, first of all you joining Bulletproof seems like a strange addition considering your history with Flynn-” FDS: “Strange? I don’t see it as Strange. Flynn and I have a healthy respect for each other. True he’s kicked my ass all around this ring and he’s done things to me that I could find unforgivable but this isn’t about forgiveness, the past is the past and business is business, that’s just how it goes.” Josh Trenton: “So you’re attack on Smith, that was Business?” FDS looks at Josh if he’s an idiot. FDS: “Of Course that wasn’t business, yes that was personal but not in the way that Smith thinks. I saw his video, it was funny. He just has that demeanour about him where everything he says just comes across as comical you know? He’s trying to be serious but it was all just so funny. Praising his opponents and acting like this is the same thing that happened in 2017 and 2018. This is different. You see, Smith and I we both spent a lot of time away from this company in 2018. Mine was because I was injured and I didn’t have a choice. His was because he got pushed out of here because he wasn’t strong enough to stay here. That really pisses me off you know? I didn’t get a choice when I left, I was told I had to stop after a match, I was told I had to change my style when I came back, I was told that I should consider retirement when I came back. What did he get? A hero’s welcome. Continuous praise from everybody backstage and all the fans. God, it’s disgusting. Especially considering he’s more broken down than I am.” Josh Trenton: “So were you targeting him to show people that? FDS puts his head in his hands and just looks frustrated at Josh FDS: “You’re just like the rest of them you know that? Assuming shit, thinking you know my motives. I was targeting him because I know something that a lot of people don’t seem to realise and that’s one simple thing: the guy wrestling right now, that ain’t Smith. That guy out there is some imposter using the name of Smith, that isn’t the same man who would hit me with an Eighth Sin of the Top Rope, that isn’t the same man who took the Intercontinental Championship from me, that isn’t the same guy who kicked my ass for eight months straight. That guy out there, with a knee Injury and who almost got concussed from two Knees to the head, he’s just a tag team competitor. I felt it in the Elimination Chamber back in October, he ain’t the same guy. All he is, is a tag team guy who occasionally wrestles a singles match, usually trying to hide behind guys who are better than him. Honestly, I didn’t want to believe that back in October but after he went to the goddamn hospital after he got hit in the head a couple of times I just knew this wasn’t the same guy. This isn’t someone I'm intimidated by. This isn’t someone I feel mercy for. This is a wounded animal that I am going to hunt and prey upon and rip his body to shreds. So when he does get in the ring with me, he’ll be finished before he leaves. Josh Trenton: “So does that-” FDS: “Alright Josh shut up. Nobody wants to hear your stupid voice, nobody cares what you think, you’re pathetic so just leave. I’ve got some things to tell Smith.” Josh gets up and leaves frantically afraid of what FDS might do if he doesn’t FDS: “So, Smith you think i’m gonna ambush you? You think I'm gonna attack you from behind again? Huh? Is that what you think? Alright, then I'll make you a little proposal, this coming Carnage, meet me in the ring and I promise I won’t lay a finger on your pretty little head, since that’s what you really care about, right? Not getting hurt? So fine, I won’t hurt you, I’ll stand face to face with you in the ring and we can have a nice little civil discussion, maybe you’d like some tea as well? Would Prince Eli Smith like that? I guess we’ll find out, see you at Carnage, if you decide to show up.” FDS stands up and flips the chair behind him walking off camera throwing the clip on mic on the floor.
  4. FDS

    WWE Reborn

    Predictions Board WWE Championship: Adam Cole (C) vs Bray Wyatt Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (C) vs Kevin Owens WWE Womens Championship: Becky Lynch (C) vs Asuka Survivor Series Elimination Match: Team Smackdown vs Team RAW Brand Warfare: Seth Rollins vs Daniel Bryan Brand Warfare: War Raiders vs Undisputed Era Brand Warfare: Dijak vs Ricochet Brand Warfare: Charlotte vs ??? Brand Warfare Battle Royale: Shinsuke Nakamura Bonus Questions Who Will Be The Sole Survivors Of The Winning Team: Tommaso Ciampa Who Will Be The Smackdown Rep Against Charlotte: Shayna Baszler Will Any NXT Stars Make There Debut: No
  5. NJPW Presents: Wrestlekingdom 14 Pre-Show: New Japan Rumble On the wrestle kingdom Pre-show the New Japan Rumble took place with 20 entrants in the match but the final four men to be in the match were Yuji Nagata, DOUKI, Dalton Castle and Jonathan Gresham. Gresham would eventually win throwing out Castle last to win the New Japan Rumble. Gresham would then be told by New Japan officials that he would now have a championship match at the time of his choosing. Jonathan gresham wins the New Japan Rumble at 30:05 Opening Match, NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships : CHAOS (Hirooki Goto, Rocky Romero & Tomohiro Ishii) VS Great Bash Heel (Jeff Cobb, Tomoaki Honma & Togi Makabe) To kick off the main Wrestle Kingdom card we had CHAOS VS Great Bash Heel for the NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships. This was a hard hitting brutal affair with both teams having a great desire to win the match. Some highlights included Makabe taking down Rocky with a massive lariat. Rocky narrowly missing the Kokeshi from Honma Goto and Makabe exchanging strikes. And Ishii lariating Honmas head off The match came to a close when Cobb managed to catch Rocky and nail him with the tour of the islands for the victory at 15:32. Great Bash Heel defeat CHAOS to win the NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship at 15:32 Match 2, IWGP JR Tag Team Championships: Bullet Club (El Phantasmo & Taiji Ishimori) VS Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) VS Great Bash Heel (Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) The next match saw the IWGP JR Heavyweight tag team championships on the line as Bullet club took on Suzuki-Gun and Great Bash Heel. The three teams had a very good match with the three teams all providing something different, Phantasmo and Ishimori demonstrated incredible speed, Desperado and Kanemaru showing off veteran ring experience and GBH showing off their excellent grappling and submission mastery. Some highlights of the match include Ishimori hitting a handspring enziguri on Williams Desperado hitting Phantasmo with a massive tope con hilo Mark Haskins hitting Phantasmo with a modified springboard powerbomb The match would come to a conclusion when El Desperado would catch tracy Williams and nail him with Pince Loco for the victory and for Suzuki-Gun to capture the IWGP JR Heavyweight Tag Team Championships at 13:45 Suzuki-Gun defeat Bullet Club & Great Bash Heel to win the IWGP JR Heavyweight tag team champions at 13:45 Match 3 Special Singles match: Taichi VS Shingo Takagi The next match saw a very interesting prospect singles match with Shingo Takagi taking on Taichi. The two men had a very brutal, hard hitting singles match with several impressive moments such as takagi hitting the No shigami on Taichi Taichi responding in kind with a massive Enzuigiri Takagi would then hit Taichi with a Made in Japan Taichi would respond with an Axe Bomber Takagi would then hit a pumping bomber of his own Taichi would then respond with a massive thrust kick The match would come to a conclusion with Takagi hitting Taichi with the Last of the Dragon to pick up the victory at 18:21 Shingo Takagi defeated Taichi at 18:21 Match 4, IWGP Tag Team Championships: EVIL & SANADA VS The Briscoes The next match saw the crowning of new IWGP Heavyweight tag team champions as Los Ingobernables de japon took on The Briscoe brothers in an intense tag team bout. The match saw the briscoes hit EVIL with a corner splash followed by a lariat in quick fashion EVIL hitting a chair off the head of Jay Briscoe A Jaw Breaker, lariat sequence from the briscoes to SANADA SANADA catching Mark Briscoe with a TKO The match would come to a conclusion with the briscoes hitting EVIL with The RedNeck Boogie to become the new IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Champions at 13:45 The Briscoes defeated Los Ingobernables De Japon to become the new IWGP Heavyweight tag team champions at 13:45 Match 5, No Disqualifications: Minoru Suzuki VS Jon Moxley The next match saw a no disqualification match between Minoru Suzuki and Jon Moxley the two men had an intense battle with the two of them immediately attacking each other with a strike exchange. The two men would then continue to fight with Moxley attempting to go to lariat Suzuki out of the ring only to get hit with a massive dropkick from Suzuki. Moxley would then hit Suzuki with a suicide dive as Suzuki was going for a chair The two men would then continue to go head to head with Moxley then hitting a massive running knee on Suzuki Suzuki would then go onto to take Moxley out of the ring and begin to fearcily kick him in the chest Suzuki would then get moxley back in the ring and lock in Saka Otoshi The two men would continue to fight after Moxley escaped the hold and eventually Moxley would get the better of Suzuki after several chair shots he would then hit him with a massive death rider onto a chair to defeat Minoru Suzuki at 20:34 Jon Moxley defeats Minoru Suzuki at 20:34. Match 6, IWGP JR Heavyweight Championship: Will Ospreay VS Ryusuke Taguchi In the first of three Singles Championship matches the IWGP JR Heavyweight Championship was on the line as Will Ospreay took on Ryusuke Taguchi. The two men had a very good match with it starting in quick fashion with Taguchi ending up on the outside and eating a Sasuke special from Ospreay Taguchi would then begin to fight back and nail Ospreay with a massive hip attack. Ospreay and Taguchi would continue to fight with Ospreay then getting the upper hand hitting Taguchi with a Robinson special Taguchi would respond however after avoiding an Oscutter would then hit Ospreay with a burning hammer facebuster Ospreay however would hit several successive moves with the Hidden Blade spelling the beginning of the end Will Ospreay would then finish things off with the stormbreaker and would capture the IWGP JR Heavyweight Championship at 21:13 Will Ospreay defeats Ryusuke Taguchi to win the IWGP JR Heavyweight Championship at 21:13 Match 7, IWGP Intercontinental Championship: Zack Sabre JR VS Juice Robinson In the semi-main event of the evening the IWGP Intercontinental Championship was on the line as Zack Sabre JR Took on Juice Robinson. The two men had a great match with some highlights including Juice Robinson hitting a side Russian Leg Sweep to the outside on ZSJ ZSJ trying to the end the match early by getting a European Clutch on Juice Juice nailing ZSJ with the Juice Box ZSJ Countering a suplex attempt from Juice into a straight armbar ZSJ busting out a corner springboard kick to the back of the head of Juice Juice hitting ZSJ with a Cannonball Juice then going on to lock ZSJ in the High Angle boston crab ZSJ going for a dragon screw leg whip only for Juice to counter it into a Left Hand of God ZSJ Hitting a dragon suplex on Juice Robinson ZSJ hitting Juice with a penalty kick ZSJ would then put Juice away by submitting him with a Jim Breaks Armbar to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship at 25:32 Zack Sabre Jr Defeats Juice Robinson to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship at 25:32 Main Event, IWGP Heavyweight Championship: Kazuchika Okada VS KENTA In the main event of Wrestle Kingdom the IWGP Heavyweight Championship was on the line with Kazuchika Okada taking on KENTA in a battle of two of the hottest stars to come out of Japan in the last 20 years. The match had many impressive highlights such as Okada countering KENTA sending him into the corner by drop kicking him off the apron KENTA hitting Okada with a snap hurricanruna off the apron KENTA kicking the crap out of Okada on the outside Okada hitting a massive elbow drop onto KENTA back inside the ring KENTA hitting Okada with a massive tiger suplex off the top rope KENTA Hitting Okada with a surprise Busaiku Knee Okada hitting a massive air raid crash on KENTA KENTA Hitting Okada with a Hesitation Dropkick Okada nailing KENTA with a massive dropkick Okada hitting KENTA with a spinning Tombstone Piledriver Okada would then finish things off with a massive Rainmaker on KENTA to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at 35:34 to conclude Wrestlekingdom. Kazuchika Okada defeats KENTA at 37:34 to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship
  6. SFW Saturday Night Battlefield 26, Live from Manchester Lineup Opening Match: Adam Masters VS KENJI Match 2: Overheel & Dikey VS Hans Clayton & Ropati Match 3: David Haskins VS Connor Bramson Main Event: Julius Jones & Kin Takeshi VS Angelo Catio & Prince Jack III
  7. Calamity’s Analysis Episode 7 *Clears throat* Is this thing on? Are we rolling? Oh we Are? Ok hit the theme song. “Goya No Machiawase” by Hello Sleepwalkers hits and a sudden slide show of big BPZ Moments hits with the song in the background and suddenly we see a man sitting in a chair wearing a sweat suit and a yellow scarf. He suddenly springs up in an almost cartoon like fashion looking into the camera. Helllllllllloooooooo Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Yato, I am the god of calamity and this is…. Suddenly the show transitions to a stage with Yato Spotlighted. CALAMITIES ANALYSIS! The spotlight suddenly disappears and Yato falls back onto the couch. Now of course we will begin by discussing the BPZ Pay-Per-View that just took place with Night Of Legends and we will talk about the results and how those will affect BPZ going into early 2020. So kicking off the show we had a straight up match of the year contender already as KENJI defended the North American championship against Raven in a match that saw KENJI basically hold down whatever button it is that causes him to hit pumping bombers with him continuously with him hitting… I wanna say four in this match just continuously hitting Raven with them but god damn Raven proving how good he is in this match. There are no calamities in this match… well except for maybe KENJI’s back after the powerbomb on the ring apron. Also I give this match a rating of 4.5 stars. The next match saw firing squad take on Tiger and EMO DADDY DEATH NOTORIOUS ANGEL. Yeah it was alright but somehow, miraculously, Firing Squad managed to defeat the best name in wrestling ever. This was a pretty good tag match although a bit of a calamity in that Tiger didn’t get a great showing despite his talent. I’ll give this match a rating of 2.5 stars, pretty average showing. Hans VS Bashka was next and this was a pretty good match although more of a showcase match than anything with minimal build showing off Hans’ natural ability and a sign of Bashka putting over another young talent. Solid match, although the build is a bit of a calamity. 3 Stars I guess. Next up we had the carnage scramble which was a great showcase for all the new up and coming talent in BPZ and CLEARLY all of them will be staying in BPZ forever and none of them are going to retire soon. So Buddy Ace won this and I mean hey it's good to see that he won something for once since he hasn’t been super successful in a while but I guess they’re finally giving him a push after beating Marker and now Winning the Scramble. CJ Sellers also had a very good showing in this match and I can see both men going on to do great things. I give this match 3.5 stars, calamity for the rumours of Amai retiring. The next match saw Julius take on Ropati in a long standing rivalry that finally seems to have reached its conclusion with Julius CLEARLY getting the underdog victory over the completely and utterly dominant Ropati. Yeah but in all seriousness this match was brutal, went the perfect amount of time and Julius always does great with smaller opponents. Ropati had an incredible performance continuing to prove why he is one of the most underrated performers in BPZ. This match gets a rating of 4 stars. Now in the “Main Event” of the evening we saw the tag team championships on the line in KENJI’s second match of the night as Invictus challenged Creed for the Tag Team Championships. The man with the longest nickname in professional wrestling had a very good showing in this match but to be fair his opponents were Arius and KENJI who are just great, oh and Bart was there too. Honestly surprised they didn’t work the back of KENJI more considering Raven did literally powerbomb him onto the apron which as we all know is the HARDEST PART OF THE RING and there are definitely 100% no other parts of the ring that are harder. Creed did in fact retain here with an Electric Chair bulldog combination. Great match and I'll give it a 4.5 star rating but it was ruined after the match that JOBBER FDS CAME BACK AND ATTACKED THE MAN WITH THE LONGEST NICKNAME IN PRO WRESTLING. Jeez, I mean what a- Actually you know what, jokes aside I am excited for Smith VS FDS at royal rumble and these two have been known to tear it up together and I’m sure they will again this time. Alright now onto the main event Flynn VS Sli- What? A guy comes over and whispers into the ear of Yato What do you mean it got cancelled? The guy says something else to Yato A broken Jaw? ARRESTED?!? How The F***? So what’s main eventing? The guy whispers something else to Yato Oh… Ok. So the actual main event was a lights out match between Bob and Bailey and honestly no complaints here. The two men had a great build up to it and the match was… Ok I guess? Honestly it seemed slightly disappointing. Maybe its because deathmatches aren’t either mans thing but i don’t know something just didn’t click here. It seems like it could’ve been way more violent than it actually was but it was a solid conclusion to Night Of Legends. It gets 3.5 stars. And that’s all for this episode of calamities analysis and there weren’t that many calamities besides the main event being somewhat underwhelming. Anyway that's it for this episode and I'll see you guys once the full royal rumble card gets announced. BYE NOW! Yato Claps his hands and suddenly the screen goes black ending the episode of Calamity’s Analysis
  8. Block A 1. Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) 2. Good Brothers (Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows) 3. Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar) 4. Econtra (Aleister Black & The Velveteen Dream) 5. New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) 6. Grizzled Young Veterans (James Drake & Zack Gibson) 7. Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford) 8. Ichiban (Akira Tozawa & Kushida) Block B 1. reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) 2. Authors Of Pain (Akam & Rezar) 3. Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso) 4. Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) 5. Bald Brutality (Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan) 6. Gallus (Mark Coffey & Wolfgang) 7. Limitless Bros (Keith Lee & Matt Riddle) 8. Glorious Perfection (Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode)
  9. FDS walks backstage after attacking Smith after the Tag Team Championship match at Night Of Legends. The reporters taking photos of him, he seems to be very pleased with himself, smiling ear to ear after completely obliterated a tired and worn down Smith. He doesn’t seem bothered by anything he did at all. “Ah, It feels really good to just be able to let loose again you know? Just being able to finally let out all the frustrations that have been building up for months on end. Losing twice in my home country, not performing as well as I wanted to In survival games, quickly eliminated in the tag tournament and failing to recapture my Intercontinental Championship, just after all that and just kneeing good ol Smithy in the head just felt so... good. After all, he’s such a pretty boy he needs to be balanced out a little bit with a knee to the face, maybe he’ll get an unflattering nose job or perhaps grow a really crap beard to hide that who knows” FDS looks around at all the reporters taking pictures of him, some of them looking quite upset with him. FDS sighs “Well this is disappointing, isn't it? You all seem to be angry with me. What did I hurt your favourite wrestler? Are you upset that I hit good old Smithers in the head and may have concussed him or some crap like that? God you people are all the same, whether you’re in an arena or holding a camera. You’re all so boring. You just wouldn’t get it. Actually maybe you’re upset about something else? You wanted me to go back to being that death match guy right? Wow, that’s hurtful. You know wanting me to hurt myself beyond the point of repair for YOUR Entertainment. You guys never change do you, always wanting me to do what makes you happy, guess i’m glad i’ve abandoned any idea of doing that. So let’s make this perfectly clear: I am not here to entertain anyone, i am not here to wrestle people, I am here to hurt people and I am here to end careers. For my entire career I have been pushed to the back and made to be like some sort of tool, just used to boost other people up but you know i’m sick of doing that so instead I’m just going to take everything I want. Right now I want Smith’s head and It’s going to end up on a silver platter for me. So I'll see you at Rumble Eli, don’t forget to pick the stipulation.” FDS walks off with the Camera men scrambling to get as many photos of him as possible.
  10. ICPW Fight For Your Life ICPW JR Heavyweight Championship, Ladder Match: Flamita VS Bandido VS Mark Haskins VS Amazing Red VS Taiji Ishimori To kick off the first ever ICPW Pay-Per-View, the JR Heavyweight championship was on the line in a five-way Ladder match as five of the best JR Heavyweights clashed to become the Inaugural Champion. The high flying offense from the luchadores and red was an interesting match against the high speed and hard hitting offenses of Haskins and Ishimori. Flamita and Bandido surprisingly did end up fighting during the match with the opportunity to become JR Heavyweight Champion too great to pass up. Red and Haskins would end up taking each other out of the match with Red hitting Haskins with a top rope spanish fly onto a ladder on the outside. The match would end up coming down to Bandido and Ishimori after Ishimori took out Flamita. Ishimori would end up taking out Bandido with a Bloody Cross from a ladder this would lead to Ishimori ascending to the top and the bone soldier becoming the Inaugural JR Heavyweight Champion. Heavyweight Championship Tournamment Semi-Final: Tomohiro Ishii VS Zack Sabre JR As the leaders of Stone Pitbull Wrestling and Sabre-Gun clashed a spot to compete for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship hung over their heads. Ishii would be especially vicious in this match beating down Zack which usually would be to the detriment as it would lead to Zack getting into a striking match with the Stone Pitbull but he managed to keep a level head countering several of Ishii’s maneuvers but Ishii would not go down without a fight. Ishii would counter Zack’s submission attempts into powerful maneuvers such as countering a triangle choke into a sit out powerbomb and countering the rear naked choke into a backpack drop. The ending of the match however would come with Zack managing to get the refs view obstructed as he would low blow Ishii and catch him into a European Clutch advancing to the finals. ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship, Gauntlet: The Rascalz VS Monster Morning VS Sabre-Gun VS The Death Riders The next match on the card saw the crowning of the first ever ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions taking place. The gauntlet would begin with Outlaw Inc and Joe Gacy taking on Sabre-Gun’s Davey Boy Smith JR, TAKA Michinoku and their surprise member: Chris Ridgeway. Ridgeway would prove to be a valuable asset to Sabre-Gun proving his impressive striking ability and being able to take out Eddie Kingston with a series of strikes and managing to pick up the victory submitting Homicide with a Rear Naked Choke eliminating the Death Riders. The next team would be Monster Morning with Yota Tsuji being their surprise partner, the three heavyweights managed to over power TAKA and Ridgeway but would run into a wall in the form of the Bulldog DBS JR who managed to counter a double team suplex into suplexing both Tsuji and Henare. Monster Morning would then be eliminated by a bulldog bomb onto Henare. This would lead to the final team of the Rascalz coming out to take on Sabre-Gun, the excellent speed and chemistry of the Rascalz being unrivaled with being able to take out the members of Sabre-Gun due to their heightened experience. In the end it was a Hot Fire Flame from Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz to TAKA that would seal the deal as Xavier would pin TAKA to make the Rascalz become the first ever ICPW Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions. Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi-Final: Jon Moxley VS Kota Ibushi The match to decide who would face Zack Sabre JR for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship in the main event saw Jon Moxley take on Kota Ibushi. The two men have a physical contest right out of the gate going after each other with strikes straight out of the gate. The intensity of the match would just continue to rise with neither man allowing the other to take advantage. The two men would do everything they possibly could to defeat each other and it finally came down to Ibushi being able to free himself from an almost Death Rider and Countering it into a Last Ride Powerbomb followed up by a Kamagoye to put away the Leader of the Death Riders and secure his place in the finals. ICPW Tag Team Championship Tournament Final: CCK VS Roppongi 3K The next match saw the inaugural tag team champions decided as CCK took on Roppongi 3K. The two teams had a war of a tag team match that started before the bell even rang with the two teams going at it as soon as they got into the ring together. The two Strikers in SHO and Banks facing off while the Technically focused Brookes and YOH would go at it. The two teams would do everything they possibly could to win with several false finishes taking place, Banks hitting the Kiwi Crusher only for YOH to break up the pin, Brookes somehow kicking out of the Dragon Suplex. Roppongi 3K would seem to have the match in hand when they were setting up to hit the 3K on Brookes but suddenly TAKA Michinoku would appear distracting YOH stopping the 3K from happening. This would then allow for CCK to take advantage and hit the sick fucking tag move on YOH and win the tag team championships. After the match, CCK would look at TAKA Michinoku and they would embrace seemingly confirming this was the plan all along with CCK seemingly being members of Sabre-Gun. ICPW Openweight Championship 20-Man Rumble. The Openweight Championship rumble would be the semi-main event of the evening with 20 men about to all go for an opportunity to become champion. The first man in the match: David Starr and the Second would be Scotty Davis. The two men would begin the match with a great series of technical wrestling with the two men exchanging holds, while still attempting to eliminating each other. The 3rd entrant would be TAKA Michinoku competing for the second time in the evening he would have an impressive early showing managing to disrupt Davis and Starr. Adam Brooks would be the fourth entrant into the match showing off an impressive amount of speed taking out the other three men very quickly and scoring the first elimination in the match taking out TAKA Michinoku. Brooks would then await the arrival of Entry #5 which would end up being Katsuhiko Nakajima, Brooks and Nakajima would have a massive exchange of strikes with the two men beating each other down long enough for not only the other men in the ring to recover and begin attacking them but also for the #6 Entrant: OJMO come out and begin cleaning up but he would specifically go after Scotty Davis with the two men renewing their animosity from their time on the UK Independents. #7 would be Damien Dunne who would come in and attempt to stop everyone and would tell them it looks like they’re having too much fun only for him to get immediately thrown out by Davis and OJMO. The #8 Entrant Tracy Williams would get into the match and would immediately assist in Nakajima eliminating Brooks… then go onto to dump out Nakajima eliminating him as well. The next man would be swerve himself Shane Strickland who would come in and begin to clean up taking out several competitors. Strickland would look confident until the next competitor would come out with Davey Boy Smith JR marking the Halfway point in the rumble. DBS JR would begin clearing house with Davis and OJMO trying to take him out only for him to clothesline both of them out of the ring. The next entrant would be 1/3rd of the Trios Champions looking to claim double gold in Trey Miguel. The men in the ring would continue to fight until #12 Los federales Santos JR would come out and attempt to avenge Deputy Dunne only to get immediately eliminated by DBS JR. Tracy Williams would then attempt to take out DBS JR only to get eliminated himself, Toa Henare would then be the next entrant and for a moment it looked like he’d be doing well until quickly DBS JR would send him out of the ring. Eddie Kingston would be the next entrant quickly coming in and taking out Trey Miguel only to get distracted and taken out by David Starr. Ben-K would be out next and would begin to take out several wrestlers and it would be the first person in a while to be able to survive long enough for the next entrant to come out with GO Shiozaki coming out and assisting his SPW Stable mate but the two heavy hitters would not be able to stand the might of DBS JR who was on a rampage and would eliminate both men. Chris Ridgeway would come out next as he would begin to assist DBS JR in the match as the Sabre Gun brothers would help each other out with Ridgeway and DBS then going onto eliminate Shane Strickland. The next entrant however was Paul Robinson who immediately went after Ridgeway taking both men out of the match with both men brawling all the way to the back. The next man would be another Sabre-Gun member in Taichi who would make his way out with DBS JR and Taichi now targeting Starr who was able to valiantly fight off the two men. The final man to enter the match was Keith Lee who would make his way down to the ring and even the odds Helping out David Starr. Lee and DBS would go onto eliminate each other after Lee hit a ground Zero on the apron taking both men out of the ring leaving Taichi and Starr alone in the ring. Starr and Taichi would go at it with the two men doing absolutely everything to win, Starr would go for a Han Stanson to send Taichi out of the ring only for Taichi to counter it and hit Starr with the black mephisto and send him out of the ring to win the match and become the first ever ICPW Openweight Champion. ICPW Heavyweight Championship tournament final: Kota Ibushi VS Zack Sabre JR In the main event of the evening, Kota Ibushi would take on Zack Sabre JR for the ICPW Heavyweight Championship. The two men would begin the match with an exchange of Holds with Zack originally having the clear advantage over Ibushi but as the pace quickened Ibushi would slowly begin to gain ground over ZSJ. The two men would begin to exchange big move after big move with several impressive displays of resilience with Zack kicking out of the last ride and Ibushi kicking out of the Zack driver. Finally the match would come to an end with Ibushi nailing ZSJ with the Kamagoye to win the ICPW Heavyweight Championship. Ibushi would celebrate with the championship only for El Phantasmo to surprisingly attack Ibushi and hit him with the CR2 and then pose over the body of the ICPW Heavyweight Champion holding the championship to close Fight For Your Life.
  11. Tommaso Ciampa VS Big E: Ciampa Adrian Neville VS Aleister Black: Adrian Neville Adam Cole VS Shinsuke Nakamura: Adam Cole Kevin Owens VS Finn Balor: Kevin Owens
  12. Week 5 Of the BPZ Pokemon League Season III has officially concluded. Here are the official standings A Block: FDS - 3 Points KENJI - 3 Points Monda - 2 Points I Can’t Odd - 2 Points Alex Costa - 2 Points Mikey - 1 Point Ark Universe - 0 Points B Block: Mecko - 4 points Meko - 3 points Sheridan - 3 Points Blade - 2 points Arius - 2 Points Hans - 1 Points Aaron - 0 Points Week 6 will now commence with the following matchups: Week 6 A Block: FDS (Rock) VS KENJI (Fire) Ark (Fighting) VS Odd (Ice) Monda (Ground, Champion) VS Alex (Poison) B Block: Sheridan (Ghost) VS Mecko (Water) Blade (Normal) VS Hans (Fairy) Aaron (Psychic) VS Meko (Dragon) BYES: Mikey (Grass) & Arius (Flying)
  13. Name: Daniel Vice Pic: KENTA Birth Date: 23/02/89 Gender: Male Race: Asian-Caucasian Nationality: Australian What Languages do you speak?: English (fluent), Japanese What Counties you wanna wrestle in: Japan, USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Europe and Mexico Body Type: Muscular Size (Weight Class): Middleweight Minimum Size (Weight Class): Small Middleweight Maximum Size (Weight Class): Light Heavyweight Moveset: KENTA Face or Heel: Heel Default Gimmick Face/Heel: Shoot Fighter Finishers: Penalty Kick, Double Underhook Piledriver Style of Wrestling: Puroresu Mask/Hair: Relationships: None Dojo/School: Kaientai Dojo Other Roles: None Worker Lifestyle: Regular Worker Bio (Optional): Born in 1989 to a New Zealand Mother and a Malaysian father in Sydney, Australia. Daniel Vice has a shoot background in Brazillian Jiujitsu, Aikido and Muay Thai. Moving to Japan at 18, he would look to start training in the Kaientai Dojo after being inspired by Japanese wrestling from the likes of Mitsuhara Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, Yoshohiro Takayama and Minoru Suzuki.

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