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  1. TastefulChain4

    BPZ Predictions League

    Bludgeon Brothers Elias Roman Reigns Carmella Ronda Rousey Bobby Lashley Big Cass Natalya The Miz AJ Styles
  2. TastefulChain4

    Smackdown LIVE Discussion: June 12th 2018

    They could've made the Daniel Bryan vs Shelton Benjamin match better in terms of short-term storytelling by bringing up the fact that Bryan was the one that brought Benjamin back to WWE only to team up with Chad Gable.
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    NJPW Dominion 6.9 Discussion

    Match 1 IWGP JR Heavyweight Tag Team Championships: SUZUKI-GUN (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) (c) VS Roppongi 3K (Sho & Yoh) Match 2: David Finlay & Juice Robinson VS CHAOS (Jay White & Yoshi-Hashi) Match 3: CHAOS (Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii) VS SUZUKI-GUN (Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre JR) Match 4 NEVER Openweight Championship: Hirooki Goto (c) VS Michael Elgin VS Taichi  Match 5 IWGP Tag Team Championship: Los Ingobernables De Japon (EVIL & SANADA) (c) VS The Young Bucks (Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson) Match 6: Rey Mysterio, Jyushin Thunder Liger & Hiroshi Tanahashi VS Bullet Club (Marty Scurll, Hangman Page & Cody)  Match 7 IWGP Jr Heavyweight Championship: Will Ospreay (c) VS Hiromu Takahashi  Match 8 IWGP Intercontinental Championship: Tetsuya Naito (c) VS Chris Jericho  Main Event IWGP Heavyweight Championship, 2 out of 3 falls No Time Limit: Kazuchika Okada (c) VS Kenny Omega
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    NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night One Card

    BOSJ Day Ten Review: Dragon Lee vs Marty Scurll: Another war that Marty Scurll was in and another victory for him. Every time I see these two, they just get better especially Dragon Lee. I remember at the beginning of this year's Best Of The Super Juniors where I made it clear that after seeing Lee for the first time that he did not leave a good impression. Now he is one of my favourites in the B Block. Ryusuke Taguchi vs Sho: This match was entertaining as hell, my favourite part was when Sho was firing imaginary arrows at Taguchi and he eventually got him, that was some hilarious Joey Ryan-esque selling right there. I noticed that between Sho & Yoh, Sho seems to be the serious one which could make for some interesting character development if they ever decide to go down the route of breaking up Roppongi 3K. Chris Sabin vs Hiromu Takahashi: In terms of the match, the match was pretty average, but I was impressed specifically by Chris Sabin. This is a similar situation to my opinion of Dragon Lee, at the beginning Sabin didn't leave a lasting impression on me but since then he produced good matches out of almost every opponent he faced. On the other hand, Takahashi started out pretty well against Marty Scurll and El Desperado but since then he only got staler. I recognise his talent but I don't see anything special about him anymore. Kushida vs El Desperado: This was a really fun main event. I thought that the beginning of the match was fun, hilarious, and creative especially with Desperado's facial reactions. I think that the right man won and if I am correctly keeping track, then Taiji Ishimori and Kushida should have the same number of points and usually the two finalists tend to have the same number of points. I remember when I wrote my first couple of reviews for this year's Best Of The Super Juniors, the A Block was putting on solid performances whereas the B Block was just all over the place. Now, the B Block is putting on fun & unique matches every match card while the A Block is pretty stale (with the exception of Flip Gordon).
  5. I think it would be awesome if Elias won this match, this is someone who earned his spot on Raw over the past year and now he needs to establish it, by winning the Intercontinental Championship. As for Seth Rollins he can move into the Universal Championship scene, perhaps as Brock Lesnar's next challenger.
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    NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night One Card

    BOSJ Day Nine Review: Tiger Mask vs Taiji Ishimori: This was a pretty average match with both wrestlers getting an equal amount of offense in. It would've been cool if Tiger Mask and Taiji Ishimori maintained their winning streaks so that this match could be streak vs streak. At least Ishimori won and secured two more points which now puts him at 6 points with a 3-2 win-loss record. ACH vs Bushi: I can say that this was the most unique match of the night due to a couple of "hidden" spots that a few fans would notice. For example, one of them is when ACH took off Bushi's shirt early in the match so that Bushi wouldn't use it for his signature t-shirt choke later on but unfortunately for ACH he didn't fully get rid of the t-shirt. Other than an interesting start the match was average and then the pace increased in the middle but then the ending was pretty emphatic and one-way. I am more pleased with Bushi's win here than in his previous match with Will Ospreay. Flip Gordon vs Yoh: This was my Match Of The Night. Going into this match and after seeing their performances against previous throughout this year's Best Of The Super Juniors I was expecting a high flying spectacle and they delivered considering the time they had to work with. I'm sure if they were given more time that this could've been the best match on the A Block this year. There were a few spots where I thought the match would be over, one of them being when Flip Gordon hit a 450 Splash and Yoh somehow kicked out of it. The ending was really good and befitting of their back and forth match. Will Ospreay vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: This was a pretty average Will Ospreay match. I emphasise on the Ospreay part because an average Will Ospreay match is way better than an average match without Will Ospreay. Being the champion, Ospreay should take as less losses as possible but a loss to Kanemaru wouldn't have been so bad as Kanemaru has been a surprising top player in this year's BOSJ and he deserved the win (unlike Bushi). As for Ospreay's next two opponents which he mentioned, I don't see him losing to either one of them however his match with Flip Gordon will be one to look out for.
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    NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night One Card

    BOSJ Day Eight Review: Marty Scurll vs El Desperado: This was the ultimate heel vs heel war which in my book translates to "AWESOME". All the way from Desperado's rage fuelled offense to Scurll's preparation for Desperado's rage by preparing to fight outside the ring and then dodging Desperado's attack. This match was played out perfectly by the two and it was topped with a Marty Scurll which gives him four points. This is what should've been Taiji Ishimori vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru on Day Seven. Chris Sabin vs Dragon Lee: This was my Match Of The Night. These two just kept coming after each other with move after move after reversal after reversal. It was just non-stop action which shows that ROH and CMLL couldn't have picked better competitors to compete in this year's field of Junior Heavyweights (in addition to Flip Gordon). Kushida vs Sho: Another awesome match which managed to showcase the different strength points of both wrestlers. It seems like they divided the match in half with Kushida being the master of the first half by displaying his mat wrestling experience as he constantly tried to keep Sho grounded with holds, submissions, and takedowns. Then the second half showcased Sho's strength & power by basically throwing Kushida around from one part of the ring to another. Ryusuke Taguchi vs Hiromu Takahashi: However this match was unfortunately underwhelming. I was actually surprised that Takahashi kicked out of the Dodon because I thought that Taguchi had the win there. They tried to make this match main event worthy but I just did not see it that way in comparison to every other match that happened in this day. This match could've easily been replaced by any one of the other three matches. The matches in this day were unique and awesome. From the "Ultimate Heel War" at the beginning to the moves barrage that followed and then a perfectly balanced match which only pushed Kushida and Sho to the next level. Regardless of what I thought of the main event, this day was very action-packed and it showed that even though we are halfway through this year's Best Of The Super Juniors, the Junior Heavyweights will not slow down at all.
  8. If you happen to be a New Japan Pro Wrestling fan I have been posting my reviews of as many Best Of The Super Juniors days that I can catch on the Day One Matchcard topic which you can check out over on the NJPW section of the forums.

    As always, Bullet Club 4 Life 🤘🤘

  9. TastefulChain4

    Sami Zayn VS Bobby Lashley

    I am really surprised by the chemistry between Sami Zayn and Bobby Lashley as I never thought that they could have a feud together. I know the general consensus on this feud is that it's stupid & unnecessary and that the segment with Lashley's fake sisters last week was terrible however I am really enjoying it. And I think that the segment last week was supposed to generate heat to make Zayn look more like a legitimate psychological threat to Lashley. I am predicting Bobby Lashley to win this match.
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    NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night One Card

    BOSJ Day Seven Review: Tiger Mask vs Flip Gordon: This match was actually really good, I enjoyed the respect shown from Flip Gordon before and during the match, it was also satisfying to see Gordon earn the respect of a veteran like Tiger Mask after defeating him. It seems like Gordon is some kind of streak breaker in this tournament as he was the person to stop Taiji Ishimori from progressing beyond 2-0 and now he stopped Mask from progressing beyond 3-0. ACH vs Yoh: This was also a really good match with all the moves being displayed left, right, & centre. It's really cool to see Yoh progress match by match on his own in terms of ring experience and it will interesting to see how much his styles differ when he returns to teaming up with Sho. Taiji Ishimori vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: Another loss for Ishimori, from my perspective this seems like an attempt to make a right by making two wrongs but this only makes it worse in my opinion. The match was pretty good, I would've liked for Taiji Ishimori to be more heelish than he was considering that he is the defacto top heel in the A Block. Will Ospreay vs Bushi: This match was really good, Bushi finally managed to put on a standout performance which is fitting considering that this match was against the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion but he shouldn't have won. A win over the champion should be something exclusive to wrestlers that will make an impact on the tournament (such as Taiji Ishimori) but Bushi has only been losing so far with this being his first win. If they wanted to give him a win they should've had him beat Tiger Mask on Day Five. Overall, the matches in this day were better than Day Five however as much as people criticise WWE's booking style, NJPW's booking seems even more confusing with this year's Best Of The Super Juniors at least in my opinion.
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    NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night One Card

    BOSJ Day Five Review: Tiger Mask vs Bushi: This was a pretty average match with both wrestlers getting their main moves in. I really thought that Bushi would pick up his first win here but with Mask picking up the unexpected win, that puts him in the lead with six points but Bushi really needed his first win to get started in the tournament. ACH vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: This was also a pretty average match but it had a focus in the form of ACH's left shoulder. It was also entertaining to see ACH pull out a variety of moves to overcome Kanemaru's assault however I would've liked to see ACH's struggle pay off with the win. I have to say that this match represented ACH better than his match with Flip Gordon regardless of the fact that he lost. Flip Gordon vs Taiji Ishimori: However I was not happy with the result of this match. I was really hoping that Ishimori would go undefeated in the tournament especially after defeating the champion in the first night. Flip Gordon is one my favourite wrestlers in ROH and as much as I want to see him get as many wins as possible, I didn't want him to just ruin Ishimori's potential streak. Will Ospreay vs Yoh: This match was pretty good with a display of both Ospreay's and Yoh's talents and some good Chaos sportsmanship at the beginning. The obvious highlight of the match was that Superplex botch by Yoh however him and Ospreay somehow managed to make it look even more devastating by the time they landed so I give them the credit they deserve for pulling that off. Overall, this was a pretty average night, NJPW should be paying full attention to every single one of these nights because I had to miss Day 3 and after doing some research, it seems like these shows are randomly scattered in terms of broadcasting which is not helpful for new viewers considering they have been increasing since Wrestle Kingdom 11.
  12. TastefulChain4

    Favourite WWE Superstars

    From 2011 onwards: 1. CM Punk 2. Chris Jericho 3. AJ Styles 4. Seth Rollins 5. The Miz 6. Braun Strowman 7. Randy Orton 8. Kevin Owens 9. Christian 10. Neville
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    My Survivor Series 2018 Idea NXT Vs SDLive Vs RAW

    For the whole match card, I would make these matches: NXT North American Champion vs United States Champion vs Intercontinental Champion: Lio Rush vs Andrade Almas vs Bobby Roode WWE United Kingdom Championship Match: Pete Dunne vs Sheamus vs Killian Dain 5 vs 5 vs 5 Women's Tag Team Elimination Match: Team NXT (Shayna Baszler, Dakota Kai, Bianca Belair, Lacey Evans, & Nikki Cross) vs Team Smackdown (Charlotte Flair, Carmella, Naomi, & The IIconics) vs Team Raw (Natalya, Sasha Banks, Nia Jax, Alexa Bliss, & Ember Moon) WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander vs Ricochet NXT Women's Champion vs Smackdown Live Women's Champion vs Raw Women's Champion: Kairi Sane vs Asuka vs Ronda Rousey NXT Champion vs WWE Champion vs Universal Champion: EC3 vs Samoa Joe vs Finn Balor NXT Tag Team Champions vs Smackdown Live Tag Team Champions vs Raw Tag Team Champions: War Raiders vs The Bludgeon Brothers vs Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler 5 vs 5 vs 5 Men's Traditional Elimination Tag Team Match: Team NXT (Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, Aleister Black, Lars Sullivan, & The Velveteen Dream) vs Team Smackdown (AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, Daniel Bryan, Jeff Hardy, & Eric Young) vs Team Raw (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens, & Braun Strowman)
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    NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night One Card

    BOSJ Day Four Review: Chris Sabin vs Sho: This match was definitely a better show of Sho's talents than his previous match with Dragon Lee. Also his Inside Package Piledriver finisher is the most devastating I have seen in while. Chris Sabin also had a good performance in this match, I thought he would win. Ryusuke Taguchi vs Dragon Lee: Same with the Sabin vs Sho match, Dragon Lee had a great opponent that pulled out Lee's best performance so far. I thought that Dragon Lee could've played a heel in this match, would've definitely made the match shine but the match is still great. Kushida vs Marty Scurll: My favourite part of this match (probably not what anyone would think) would have to be the technical wrestling at the beginning of the match. I thought this match was better than Scurll vs Hiromu Takahashi and even though as a Bullet Club fan I would've liked for Scurll to win, I thought that Kushida winning was the right decision. Hiromu Takahashi vs El Desperado: This my Match Of The Night and my Match Of The Tournament so far. All of the moves that got brought out by the two competitors came out of nowhere, one after another and the match ended with a shock ending. After the match, I read up on the history between Takahashi and Desperado and realized that the shock win perhaps wasn't so shocking. My favourite moment of the match was the beginning where Takahashi jumped El Desperado, Suzuki-Gun style. This emphasized Takahashi's gimmick in this tournament which is scouting out his opponents from his book, he knew that Desperado would use Suzuki-Gun tactics on him and therefore used the tactics on Desperado. Marty Scurll better start winning to generate the points for Bullet Club on the B Block because in comparison to his A Block counterpart Taiji Ishimori, he is falling too far behind.
  15. TastefulChain4

    My Survivor Series 2018 Idea NXT Vs SDLive Vs RAW

    They could do 5 vs 5 vs 5 traditional Tag Team Elimination Matches.

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