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  1. Hi Arius, we have got a topic called Predictions League where we predict the outcome of ppv matches and the winner gets to be called Predictions Champ. Here is that topic: You can post the match card and your predictions there!
  2. - NEVER Openweight Championship: Will Ospreay v Kota Ibushi - IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship: Three Way Tag: Yoshinobu Kanemaru & El Desperado vs Bushi & Shingo Takashi vs Roppongi 3K - Rev Pro British Heavyweight Championship: Zack Sabre, Jr. vs Tomohiro Ishii IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championship: Three Way: Guerrillas of Destiny vs The Young Bucks vs EVIL & Sanada IWGP U. S. Championship: Cody v Juice Robinson IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship: KUSHIDA v Taiji Ishimori Kazuchika Okada v Jay White IWGP Intercontinental Championship: Chris Jericho v Tetsuya Naito IWGP Heavyweight Championship: Kenny Omega v Hiroshi Tanahashi
  3. This could be a great match and 2 years ago people would have loved this, but now its just a bit meh. I havent seen much of raw and therefore this storyline, but I doubt watching RAW would change my mind.
  4. I think the problem wit this match will be that WWE thinks the same way, and therfore go with a shitty finish like we have see nin most WWE title matches. While I agree with you that Styles vs Bryan is probably the most interesting and best match that they could have done come Wrestlemania, I just want them to act like that's not the case for once, as lately these feuds have been ruined by constant bullshit endings to be able to drag out the storyline.
  5. RAW: Rollins, Ambrose and Braun. SD: Styles, Bryan and Joe. NXT: Black, Ciampa and Gargano
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    Bart's Shawn Michaels match reviews

    Shawn Michaels vs The Undertaker- Hell In A Cell Match We start this review series with the only match from Shawn Micheals which was ever awarded 5 stars by Dave Meltzer, and while I personally don't think it was a 5 star match looking back, it certainly was one at the time. The match was revolutionizing, as it was the first ever wwf match to be contested inside Hell In A Cell, and would be the start of a series of great matches under this match type. The match had a very nice pace, to my suprise. Normally older matches tend to be a bit slow, but this one had the pacing on point. To start the match, Undertaker would use his strength to dominate Michaels, and use the cell in some of his attacks, with some of those attacks still being pretty creative after 21 years and many HIAC matches to have taken place. When Michaels gets his turn, he uses his athleticism to get the advantage. He was flying all over the ring. A big spot came when Michaels got frustrated with the cameraman and took him out. The cameraman had to be taken out, right as Michaels superkicked Undertaker. Undertaker wasn't impressed by this, and stood up. When Michaels saw this, he sprinted towards the now opened door and got out of the cell. But this turned out to be a huge mistake, as Undertaker met him outside and completely destroyed him, slamming him against the cell and through tables multiple times. Undertaker then got Michaels back inside the ring and looked to finish off the match, but Kane made his iconic debut and Tombstoned Undertaker, allowing Michaels to win the match. This match was a joy, no one should doubt watching this because it happened more than 2 decades ago, it's still an amazing match that keeps you entertained all throughout the match. The pace is nice, the action is great and the storytelling is of the level that you would expect from these two legends. My Rating: 4.5/5 Reason: Yes, this is lower than what Meltzer gave it, but that's obvious. When the match happened, everything that took place was new and fresh, at that point in time it was a 5 star and if you go back to 1997, it still is a five star match. But with the matches that we have had today, I don't think it's 5. However, I think it's an amazing match and still is one of the better matches that both have took part in. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for an enjoyable wrestling match and for those who don't have a great idea of what Michaels and Undertaker were like in the 90's.
  7. Filler match, Probably pre-show bound as it should. I dislike table matches, as I think it's hard to have a great match when half the match is someone trying to get the other onto a table.
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    Hi Maddrix, this topic was already made, so if you want to see what others think of this and give your own thoughts, you can do so here:
  9. I dont mind it, gives us a chance to cool off and watch the hall of fame while we are already fully in Mania weekend. However Zack, I doubt that this has anything to do with indy shows, Takeover sold out a bigger arena last year and that will continue to be the case. People often assume that wwe is reacting to indies, but I think that isnt the case at all, especially here.
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    [XFL] Xtreme Football League Discussion

    At first I think salaries wont be a proble. The league will be filled with people trying to prove themselves. If some become stars then the league will benefit, and therefore higher salaries will be possible.
  11. Nostalgia is big with this one, dont know if I will watch in a cinema, but I surely will at some point.
  12. Isnt gonna happen, just because WWE has interest doesnt mean that someone will sign with them. I cant imagine Kushida in WWE or even NXT, and I think he fits well with Japan. I dont know his English but I assume that will be a problem aswell.
  13. I wonder how this will work in a lot of ways. Would this just be an indy that has shows every now and again or will it be a company with weekly shows and wrestlers on written deals? I would be very surprised to see the Elite leave the indy scene where they have done so well in for a risk like this. Surely some fans will love it, but that doesnt mean that it will be succesful on the business side of things.