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  1. Smith

    EVOLVE Global Series: Bracketology

    Returning from the string of advertisements, Josh Trenton would welcome us back and quickly list off the competitors within Block A that he would be exploring soon: "Welcome back everybody to EVOLVE Global Series: Bracketology, where I will now begin to analyze and broadcast the talents within this monumental tournament. To kick off, I will be looking through Block A which includes 'The Drifter' Ark Universe, 'The Awesome One' Buddy Ace, 'The Gunslinger' Jason Ryan and to round up the group, 'The One And Only' Storm. Now, let's get into it as I take a deeper look into the revolutionary career of Ark Universe. Trenton smiles as we are now met with the animation again, transitioning from the reintroduction to our initial talent audit. We begin with a short video package of Ark Universe's high points in his career, including his first championship win where he beat Yelich for NXT as well as the times he captured each brand's individual titles. Over the montage, a quote from Ark can be heard: "You are finally seeing the Ark who has taken all your shit, all your jabs, insults, and retorts.... and walked right through it... and I will keeping walking... and walking. So heed my words, and take notice." As the highlight reel comes to an end, we return to Josh Trenton: "First of all, we have the 'Underrated Underdog' turned 'Drifter', who has continuously battled against Goliath after Goliath and ultimately proven himself as the most courageous warrior to step foot in this company, Ark Universe. Ark has refined his technical and submission based arsenal through the long path he has already walked, constantly refusing to let the naysayers get him down." "Ark is a former BPZ NXT Champion, Carnage Champion, and Global Champion but is now looking to reclaim his spot at the top of EVOLVE by claiming his second Global Championship. Many argued that Ark wasn't ready to be champion when his first run came around as Global Champion and that him losing the title to Slim proved that but it's the raw heart and noble relentlessness that Ark showed in that match and all his others that has repeatedly earned him the respect of the BPZ Universe." "Weighing in at 162 lbs and at a height of 5 foot 7, Ark will be battling at a weight significantly smaller than every other competitor within his block but it's nothing that the underdog isn't used to. Hailing from Norfolk, Virginia, Ark now looks to solidify himself as one of the best on EVOLVE by reclaiming the Global Championship." Duality (Leg-Hook DDT) | Adrift (Last Chancery) Similar to the sequence presented when introducing Ark, we are met with a montage of Buddy Ace's career so far in BPZ, primarily filled with his current reign as NXT Champion. Ace can be heard speaking over the visual display: "This tournament is a one-man tournament and that man is myself. I don't have any doubts that I'll take my block easily and then go on to become the Global Champion." After the conclusion of Ace's video package, we are greeted by Trenton who now looks to talk us through our second competitor: "Secondly, we have the current NXT Champion, the ever-so cocky 'Awesome One' who as of late has begun to validate the bold claims he's been making on the mic with continuous phenomenal performances within the squared circle as he continues his reign over the NXT division. After debuting in BPZ in May earlier this year, Ace has already proven why he's a competitor worth worrying about in the short space of four months." "From Little Rock, Arkansas, Ace is heading into this tournament at a weight of 226 lbs and a height of 6 foot 1. Despite his tall stature, Ace takes advantage of his extraordinary agility with a diverse cruiserweight style of wrestling within the ring and sometimes shows hints of strong style and technical ability." "Through his current notorious reign as NXT Champion and being picked as EVOLVE's number one in the draft, Ace has produced deadly amounts of momentum heading towards this tournament and looks to conquer the Global Series, thus capturing a championship for his other shoulder." Diamond Buster (Leg-Hook Flatliner) | Figure-Four Leglock After finishing with Buddy Ace, we move onto the third member of Block A, Jason Ryan, once again starting with a highlight reel of Jason's run so far in BPZ. Comparable to the others, a quote from Jason can be heard over the montage: "I'm just going to say it. Come this Global Series, all y'all picked the right day to get fucked up!" Following the video's conclusion, Trenton begins to dissect the career of Jason Ryan: "Thirdly, we have 'The Gunslinger', 'The Outlaw', 'The Sinner', and 'The Son of Satan', Jason Ryan. This is a man with remarkably profound experience outside of BPZ but still a lot to prove within the company. After an originally impressive debut in BPZ that would soon fade into unsatisfaction through a thread of loses, Jason Ryan would take a short excursion to sharpen his tools before returning to the company not long before the recent draft." "Originating from Billings, Montana, on the Yellowstone River, Ryan enters this tournament with a size advantage over the rest of his group, at the weight of 245 lbs and the height of 6 foot 5. Ryan focuses on his brawling within the ring but mixes in aspects of high-flying, strong style, and technical wrestling in order to diversify his barrage, adding more excitement and unpredictability to his performances." "After making his return to BPZ, Jason Ryan is now hungry to prove that he does belong in this company and is capable of hanging with the best here on EVOLVE by overcoming the fellow contestants in the Global Series tournament and being crowned as the new Global Champion of the purple brand." Colt .45 (Pop-Up Superkick) | Fatal Blow (Butterfly Lungblower) Now, we look at the last but certainly not the least talented member of Block A, Storm. Just like every other member, Storm is introduced through a video package, highlighting the key moments in this stars young career in BPZ. Meanwhile, Storm can be heard saying the following: "If any of you think that you're going to beat the ONE AND ONLY, then you're stupider than I thought." Then, we return to Trenton who talks us through the superstar that is Storm: "The final participant in Block A is 'The One And Only' Storm. Since joining BPZ, Storm has been met with continuous adversity but has been able to rise against it and earned himself opportunities against the company's top stars as he would put on impressive performances against two of the most dominant talents around, 'The King' Slim and 'The Omega' Flynn, almost picking up upset victories over each of them." "However, the athlete hailing from Long Island, New York, has seen gold within his career here, winning the United States Championship at Judgement Day earlier this year. At the height of 6 foot 2 and weight of 210 lbs, Storm utilizes a thunderous combination of technical and high-flying maneuvers complemented by his astonishingly fast pace which makes him almost untouchable within the ropes." "Storm heads into this tournament with a lot to prove. This tournament gives Storm a platform to reassure everyone that his past accomplishments weren't flukes. This is his opportunity to assert himself as a danger and a threat to his fellow competitors here on EVOLVE." StormDriver (Canadian Piledriver) | One And Only (630 Senton)
  2. Smith

    BPZ Predictions League

    Raw Tag Team Championship: The B-Team (Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel) (c) vs The Revival (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) Mixed Tag Team Match: Rusev & Lana vs Andrade "Cien" Almas & Zelina Vega Finn Balor vs Constable Baron Corbin Smackdown Tag Team Championship: The Bludgeon Brothers (Harper & Rowan) (c) vs The New Day (Kofi Kingston, Big E, and/or Xavier Woods) Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander (c) vs Drew Gulak Smackdown Women's Championship: Carmella (c) vs Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair Daniel Bryan vs The Miz Money In The Bank Contract, Braun Strowman can lose the contract by any means: Braun Strowman (MITB Holder) vs Kevin Owens United States Championship: Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs Jeff Hardy Intercontinental Championship: Dolph Ziggler (c) with Drew McIntyre vs Seth Rollins with Dean Ambrose WWE Championship: AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe Raw Women's Championship: Alexa Bliss (c) vs Ronda Rousey Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns Bonus Round: Will Dean Ambrose turn on Seth Rollins? Yes Will Mr. Money In The Bank cash-in on the winner of the Universal Championship match? No
  3. The screening begins with an animation climaxing with the presentation of the graphic reading "Global Series Bracketology" as shown above. We then date back to just last week when the EVOLVE General Manager, Ross, made the announcement that the new Global Champion of EVOLVE would be decided by a round-robin tournament named the "Global Series": "Now it's onto a better EVOLVE. We have the biggest names, the best performers and more importantly the better General Manager. That's why ladies and gentleman myself and management have decided to throw together a round-robin tournament. Where we will have the best eight members of the EVOLVE roster split into two four-person blocks to show who the best really is on EVOLVE." "But not just that, it looks like we are missing an EVOLVE Global Champion. So, on the 26th of October at EVOLVE TakeOver, we will host the finals of the round-robin tournament with the winner becoming the EVOLVE Global Champion. EVOLVE you are looking at the future of BrendenPlayz and it all begins in just a few weeks." Following a replay of the eminently consequential announcement from EVOLVE's General Manager, we would be greeted by BPZ's Josh Trenton, who would state that he would be guiding us through the Global Series bracket and its competitors: "Hello and welcome. I am Josh Trenton and I present to you the bracketology for EVOLVE's Global Series set to conclude at the EVOLVE TakeOver: Global Series event on the 26th of October. Within this round-robin tournament, we will see eight of the best that EVOLVE has to offer divided into two blocks of four, in which they will battle it out to earn the top spot in their group, the right of passage to the Global Series finale and most notably, the honor to compete for the Global Championship at the upcoming TakeOver event." "However, today I shall be bringing you the backgrounds, portfolios and everything you need to know about each contestant in order to help you, the viewers, get a real grasp on how sensational each talent truly is and how incredible this tournament really will be." "To begin with, let's have a look at the tournament bracket as a whole." We are then shown the graphic posted below after a transitional animation. As the full bracket graphic is on-screen, Trenton briefly covers the whole dynamic of the tournament: "As you can see, on the left-hand side is Block A which includes EVOLVE talents 'The Drifter' Ark Universe, 'The Awesome One' Buddy Ace, 'The Gunslinger' Jason Ryan, and 'The One And Only' Storm. On the other hand, we have Block B which is filled with superstars 'The Omega' Flynn, 'The Gentlemen' Joshua Scott, 'The King' Slim and The Marker. Remember, the winner of each block will meet in the finals at the EVOLVE TakeOver: Global Series event and the winner of that one on one matchup will be crowned the new Global Champion." "Coming up next, I will begin the dissection of the roster selected for the Global Series by looking at the A Block in particular. For now, we'd like to ask for a moment of your time to give our sponsors some appreciation for making our shows possible as we roll into the adverts. See you afterward as we look further into EVOLVE's upcoming Global Series. The 'Global Series Bracketology' animation from the beginning of the show runs again as we now look forward to being escorted through the tournament bracket, wrestler by wrestler, by Josh Trenton himself after a short advertisement break.
  4. Smith

    Kayfabe Moveset Thread

    I think it would be helpful if a mod went through this topic and merged people's new move-sets into their original post. If anyone does so, please could you delete this post afterward?
  5. I'd definitely rather see Bryan leave than resigning to WWE. It would be awesome to see Bryan competing in NJPW alongside the amazing arsenal of elite wrestlers already showcased in Japan, creating opportunities for matches such as ZSJ vs Bryan and Omega vs Bryan. I don't think there's any doubt that Bryan would be treated much better and how he deserves to be in basically any other company than WWE. Furthermore, it would mean that he can work only dates that he agrees to which would allow him to have the light schedule he desires.
  6. Smith

    TEW 2016: Career Simulator Version 2.0

    Name: Eli Smith Which wrestler do you want to look like?: Tyler Bate Birth Date: 29 March 1998 Gender: Male Race: White Nationality: British What Languages do you speak?: English, Japanese, Spanish, Scandinavian Based in: Japan, USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Mexico Body Type: Toned Size (Weight Class): Cruiserweight Maximum Size (Weight Class): Middleweight Moveset: Kenny Omega Face or Heel: Face Finishers: 8th Sin (Straight-Jacket German Suplex), Black Rose (Ripcord Bicycle Knee Strike) Style of Wrestling: Cruiserweight / Technician / MMA crossover Any other things we should know?: Nah
  7. Here's my return to kayfabe and the start of my new storyline, I would appreciate it if you took your time to read it: 


  8. Former BPZ World Heavyweight Champion Is Fired By Fanny McFee|July 31, 2018 Former 2x BPZ World Heavyweight Champion, Smith, has reportedly been released by BrendenPlayz Wrestling after a confrontation between the releasee and the chairman of BPZ himself, Brenden. Reports claim that the dispute rooted from the talent's various drug misuse incidents. After claiming his second BPZ World Heavyweight Championship in late 2017, Smith would sustain a severe losing streak on Pay-Per-View events, beginning back in March where Smith would be defeated by his prodigy, Ross, at the dual-branded BPZ Bragging Rights event. This loss would be followed by arguably the most significant loss of Smith's BPZ career as he would lose his BPZ World Heavyweight Championship at the biggest event in BPZ history, BPZMania III, to the man that he had been in a heated rivalry with for over a year, Slim. Furthermore, Smith would then go on to suffer yet another defeat when he would challenge for the EVOLVE Global Championship against the current champion, Bart, at the EVOLVE TakeOver: Rebellion event. Since then, he hasn't been seen on any BPZ broadcasting at all which has caused conspiracies and concern to arise throughout the pro wrestling community. However, it has been said that Smith has continued to help with the management and training of the company's athletes. Nevertheless, news broke out today that the BPZ superstar Smith has in fact been released from his duties in BPZ and is now a free agent within the wrestling industry. It's being reported that this revelation occurred due to the talent's tendency to resort to drugs when given recess periods by the company. Even though Smith was on hiatus during these mishaps, he was still legally under the contract of BrendenPlayz Wrestling and therefore, his actions still violated the contract's and the company's constitutions. Despite the drugs only being recreational and not at all performance enhancing, the company is not impressed with the wrestler's actions, especially the chairman who took it into his own hands to confront his employee backstage. An insider within BPZ has said that the chairman opposed Smith in front of the backstage crew only a few days ago, questioning the man's morals and intentions. The two would go back and forth with each other, eventually dwindling off topic to the point where past dilemmas would resurface and unrelated matters would be dragged into the argument, including Smith claiming that Brenden's capability as chairman has deteriorated due to his care for the art itself becoming hollow. With both men defending their pride and disputing the circumstances, the tension would only rise further and further until Smith would simply walk out on his boss and leave the building entirely. A few days later would bring us to today when BPZ would release an official statement announcing that Smith had been released, that they are thankful for his contributions and that they wish him the best in the future. On the other hand, Smith is yet to comment on the situation but is anticipated to do so by his fans as he is well known for never shying away from speaking on a topic, no matter what the consequences may be. Although the situation appears to be heated at the moment, it is already expected that the talent will return to the company after the incident has lapsed.
  9. Smith

    The BPZ Forums Fortnite Tournament

    You're both trash. I'm in.
  10. Smith

    BPZ Graphics Division

    I'll join
  11. Smith

    BPZ Fifa 18 Tournament - World Cup Edition

    I’ll represent my country and fulfil the destiny of England’s 2018 squad.
  12. Smith

    What are you listening to right now?

    Other than the usual UK music I'd always listen to, I've also been listening to numerous artists with unique sounds recently, especially Octavian who blends the various underground sounds of the UK together to make for songs that are somehow soothing but still raspy, and relaxing but also energizing. Other artists would include Sam Wise, slowthai, Jeshi, Nafe Smallz & Mura Masa.
  13. NXT is barely ever competitive enough and certainly is never too crowded. As for tag, it too is rarely crowded. Perhaps, a lower-level kayfabe championship would be ideal for some members but I think what a lot of people enjoy about the kayfabe championships is that they allow users to mix with others that they usually wouldn't because of the limitations of the contribution titles. I believe that tag provides a sufficient solution to the problem you're putting forward. If a newer user feels as though they need a boost to get them going or can't quite find their footing in championship matches, I would suggest that they ask a more experienced member to form a tag team. Right now, there really isn't any need for additional titles. There's not near enough activity to even think about introducing a new title in my opinion. If anything, I'd retire a title.
  14. What would be the purpose of the YouTube championship?
  15. This card looks sick. Anyway, here's my predictions: 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, Jushin 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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