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TastefulChain4 last won the day on July 30 2018

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  1. Where is the AEW PPV Predictions thread?

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  2. With this being said, I am waiting for the "annual WWE staple tournament" coming back this summer because WWE are definitely consistent...especially when it comes to tournaments...especially with King Of The Ring for some reason...
  3. As much as I want to say that Drew Gulak was wasted, within the four years he was with the company, they let him take both sides of his character spectrum and play them out fully with one side being his political-like, 'No Fly Zone', PowerPoint Presentation gimmick, and the other side being the deadly technician that is similar to the likes of Minoru Suzuki, Daniel Bryan, and Zack Sabre Jr with the latter taking him straight to the Cruiserweight Championship which was well-deserved. I guess the only issues that I have are with WWE not letting his PowerPoint Presentations fully play out as Gulak would've had SO much content with (I would think) every Superstar on any of the rosters, and the fact that they wasted him on Smackdown for five months until he had that great match with Daniel Bryan at Elimination Chamber. Options: Out of the way, while he would stand out in AEW based on his wrestling style, I don't see him being too much of a favourite by the fans. Similar answer with Impact Wrestling, while Gulak would a big name that is brand new to them, I don't see him fitting in long-term. ROH is a perfect choice if Gulak is looking at a second-tier option, he could continue with his WWE gimmick there by incorporating the Code Of Honor (and perhaps reviving Lifeblood under his leadership) or go back to 2019 Gulak/CZW Gulak and destroy people. I remember saying in a post here on the forums a while ago that Drew Gulak in NWA would be 'too easy' and I still stand by it. With Gulak's skills, experience, and now starpower coming off of a Wrestlemania appearance, the guy would tear down the company and rip the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship away from Nick Aldis and viciously end his historic reign. The best option for Gulak in my opinion would be NJPW...in Suzuki-Gun. While a couple of dream matches (in the big leagues) against Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre Jr stand in the way of this idea, I simply cannot see a more fitting option, it could help if Gulak would have his political-like American gimmick that perhaps encourages 'No Strong Style' and more technical wrestling to differentiate him from Suzuki & Sabre. Putting together his 205 Live gimmick to stand out outside the ring, his 2019 gimmick to stand out inside the ring, and his experience as the leader of Catch Point in Evolve to stand out as an alpha within the faction itself proves that Gulak would fit like a glove in New Japan Pro Wrestling and in Suzuki-Gun.
  4. Didn't Undertaker team up with Kane to face Bray Wyatt & Luke Harper at that Survivor Series?
  5. The thing is that Lance Archer is currently riding a wave of momentum (as it goes in the book of old-school wrestling phrases) which is a unique time in a wrestler's pursuit of a goal as it makes attaining that goal by them much more realistic and deserving whereas Cody has been up & down and even though he defeated Shawn Spears & Darby Allin en route to this match, the loss to MJF at Revolution sticks out and (in my opinion) postponed any kind of momentum wave that Cody accumulated by now, had he defeated MJF then he would be unstoppable heading into this match.
  6. As much as I love Brodie Lee in AEW, his insertion into the World Championship picture is way too soon which messed up my predicted timeline for Jon Moxley's AEW World Championship reign. Something that almost the entire wrestling landscape missed out on AEW is one of the things that we were desperate for for years: wins matter! And they are strategic especially with PPV matches. For example, when Chris Jericho was champion, he faced Scorpio Sky on Dynamite and Cody at Full Gear after Cody & SCU won their matches at All Out making them eligible contenders. On the same night that Jericho defeated Cody, the next challenger in was established as Moxley after he defeated Kenny Omega at Full Gear. Fast forward to Revolution, on the same night that Moxley defeated Jericho, three immediate & credible challengers were established in MJF, PAC, & Jake Hager and three strong reserve challengers in Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, & Darby Allin, this is of course disregarding Chris Jericho's rematch clause(?) which would definitely main event a PPV. Therefore, my original timeline was that perhaps Moxley will overcome the Inner Circle by taking out Hager on Dynamite (happened exactly as predicted) en route to taking out Jericho at Double Or Nothing (I guess it's "nothing" on this idea 😂), next would be PAC at All Out with PAC claiming that Moxley wouldn't have beaten Omega at All Out one year before or be able to defeat PAC a second time, then we would have MJF at Full Gear 2020, one year after betraying Cody and going for the biggest prize in AEW, finally, the Elite turncoat, whether it be Omega or Page they will have massive heel heat and would be perfect candidates to take the torch from Mox at Revolution 2021, one year after the reign of Moxley began. But nope.
  7. The fact that The Revolt were the latest guests on Talk Is Jericho seems to be a massive indicator for them becoming All Elite in the very near future as it seems like over the past months, guests of the show are either in AEW or AEW-bound.
  8. Jeff Hardy vs. Cesaro Asuka vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Nia Jax vs. Dana Brooke vs. Lacey Evans vs. Carmella for the Women's Money In The Bank Briefcase Daniel Bryan vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Aleister Black vs. King Corbin vs. Otis vs. AJ Styles for the Men's Money In The Bank Briefcase Braun Strowman (c) vs. Bray Wyatt for the WWE Universal Championship Bayley (c) vs. Tamina for the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE World Championship The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston) (c) vs. The Miz & John Morrison vs. The Forgotten Sons (Steve Cutler, Jaxson Ryker, and/or Wesley Blake) vs. Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik & Lince Dorado) for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship R-Truth vs. MVP Bonus Questions There's rumours someone might be thrown of the WWE Building, Will this happen? If so who? (1pt for each question) No Will there be any surprise returns or debuts? If so who? (1pt for each question) No Will the Smackdown Mystery Hacker be Revealed? If so who? (1pt for each question) No
  9. The fact that WWE advertised his emotional video before Drake Maverick's match with Jake Atlas was quite suspicious to me as WWE don't tend to bring in small personal things like that video into the large WWE landscape that operates out of the whole released/signed news reports system. An even bigger suspicions move is that Maverick beat Tony Nese in their second tournament match and as a Japanese tournaments viewer such as myself, that still gives Maverick a chance to win his block and advance to the finals with the only thing stopping him (other than defeating Kushida) is Jake Atlas going undefeated and winning his next two matches against Nese and Kushida.
  10. Predictions: Brodie Lee defeats Marko Stunt Jon Moxley celebrates his first title defense over Jake Hager but Moxley's rivalry with the Inner Circle stays alive as Chris Jericho will re-enter the title picture and maybe challenge Moxley for a rematch at Double Or Nothing. Jimmy Havoc & Kip Sabian with Penelope Ford defeat Best Friends with Orange Cassidy (deathmatch Havoc losing in a No DQ Match? Hopefully not) Cody with Brandi Rhodes defeats Darby Allin to advance to the finals of the AEW TNT Championship Tournament. Lance Archer defeats Dustin Rhodes with Brandi Rhodes to advance to the finals of the AEW TNT Championship Tournament (while there is a chance Cody might interfere in this match and cost Archer the win, Cody does not seem willing to provoke Archer & Jake Roberts so it depends on whether Archer costs Cody his match against Darby Allin or not, if AEW go the dual interferences route then that would mean two dirty finishes for two babyfaces which is something confusing that WWE would do on Raw. Also, the longer AEW can keep their monsters loss-less, the better their first loss would be and of course the more credible they would be. The two prominent examples that AEW have had so far are Wardlow & Jake Hager, because Wardlow lost in his first match, it will take some months to build him up, Hager was booked very well, kept undefeated for six months making his loss to Moxley a significant one).
  11. As much as it is cool to see Lance Archer on AEW especially being managed by the legendary Jake Roberts (who spits venom in every single promo every since confronting Cody on Dynamite last month), I am still somewhat baffled as to his choosing of AEW over NJPW. While it would've made sense around three years ago, it seems he was just starting to plant a permanent Archer flag on New Japan with his Texas Deathmatch against Jon Moxley earlier this year at Wrestle Kingdom 14.
  12. Is it just me but have we seen Zelina Vega go from barely seen at the beginning of the year on Raw and ever since WrestleMania, she has become one of the top three most prominent stars on Raw (alongside Drew McIntyre and Seth Rollins) and probably the most featured female on Raw (including Becky Lynch).
  13. Could you imagine a BrendenPlayz Battlegrounds Universe Mode? It would be phenomenal. 😂😂😂😁😁😁
  14. Drew McIntyre & Seth Rollins Set For WWE Championship Contract Signing: This could go two ways, in booking ahead by two weeks, McIntyre (as the bigger man) would put Rollins through the table, have Rollins get the advantage next week, and have McIntyre win the match at Money In The Bank seems like a safe bet. The other option is that McIntyre attempts to put Rollins through the table but The Disciples or Los Ingobernables will pull Rollins away from Danger and set up a six/eight man tag main event. Asuka vs Nia Jax vs Shayna Baszler: This is a very interesting match between the three top heels on Raw. I can see Jax winning to build on her three win streak as Baszler seems to be more concerned with breaking arms rather than winning matches and Asuka has been relegated to Main Event status which is not a good sign for a Raw Superstar's impact on the show which includes winning matches.
  15. Predictions: King Corbin defeats Drew Gulak Sasha Banks defeats Lacey Evans Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross defeat Carmella & Dana Brooke to retain the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship + Carmella turns heel on Brooke Triple H retires.

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