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  1. You see while Flynn has the unique idea to introduce a championship to prove how much of a bad motherfucker he is and to help his gimmick, Toxik just brings out this championship because he is genuinely too shit to win a real title. Can’t wait for everyone to have their own title that nobody else can win and for Toxik to claim that everyone copied him.
  2. i wasn’t slandering people that retire and come out of retirement, I was slandering you for retiring for about the 5th fucking time because you ALWAYS end up coming back and then act like we should care when you eventually decide to retire again.
  3. “I have a new and fresh character to use after.” My guy you’ve introduced about 10 new characters in all of your years and there’s a reason you always come back to the ‘Angelo’ persona and it’s because you suck ass at coming up with new characters. Please don’t even pretend for a second like this retirement is going to last and you’re never ever going to use the Angelo character again because if you genuinely believe that you’re fucking deluded.
  4. I swear to fucking god, if you waste the time of those nine guys and after giving this whole speech and then you come back as some silly ass persona 3 days later I’m going to slap the shit out of you so hard you never see the light of day again.
  5. “Addiction begins with the thought that something physically can instantly fill up our emptiness inside.” The eerie voiceover plays as the scene opens with Jack Bashka lighting a cigarette, his first appearance since he was brutally beaten by Bailey at BPZMania. Now a retired man, the audience are eager to see what he’s up to. However, they are intrigued by this opening. He takes a puff and begins to speak. It’s been three months since I called it a day and left everything behind. Let’s be honest, I had nothing planned for when I retired, I thought I’d be living a luxurious life recklessly spending all of the savings I’d earned in my career. I thought I’d be living the life but, I was wrong. For the first time in three months I turned on my TV to view some wrestling and it made me want to be in it once again. I watched some of my old matches, I saw myself having the most enjoyment I’ve ever had and when I compare it to my current day self, I’m jealous. Jack takes another puff puff of the cigarette as a tear runs down his face, in the reflection in his eye, you can see him staring at old photos of himself holding championships. I was on top of the world. I was the most beloved man in the business. I was expecting that the moment I retired I’ve have acting jobs lined up, I’d have interviews every single day and that I was going to transform into a mainstream celebrity. And yet here I am, in three months no movies, no Netflix shows, not a single interview. Did everyone simply forget about me? He pulls a handkerchief out of his back pocket and begins to wipe away the tears. He then starts to whisper to himself. Surely not, I’m still in the top three greatest of all time, I have to be, right? I’ve done enough to keep my spot on the Mount Rushmore of Wrestling, haven’t I? Three world championships, that has to still be the second most ever, doesn’t it? I’m a hall of famer, only seven other men can say that, right? He wipes away more tears from his face but when he pulls the cloth down, it has a message on it, stating ‘Times Have Changed’. Jack begins to take in large breaths, before talking again. I can’t do it anymore. I can’t keep pretending...I can’t. I can’t keep sitting here and let everyone forget who I am. I can’t watch BPZ thrive without me. I can’t watch people overtake my records. I can’t watch people overtake me on the best of all time lists. I can’t...I can’t.. The sobbing quickly turns to laughter for Jack as he stares directly into the camera. I can’t keep pretending to give a damn about what people think about me. To be completely honest, I don’t give a fuck if people are surpassing me, I don’t care if other people are getting a ring, I don’t care if my records are being broken. You know why? I did what I always set out to do and that’s get a pay check and leave. That’s exactly what I did. At BPZMania, I earned my pay and then I disappeared for three months. I’ve been living well and not worrying about pursuing championships. In fact, the only reason I’m appearing to even tell you guys this is because I thought everyone would be wondering what’s going on in the life of Jack Bashka since he retired. And I’m glad to let you all know that I’m doing extremely well. In fact, I’ve never been happier. My life is care-free, something I’ve never had before. You guys really thought I was going to come back? Grow up. I’m done. The segment ends with Bashka walking away, a bottle of beer in one hand and a cigarette in the other. Music is heard blasting in the background as it fades to black.
  6. I come in chat once a day maybe and every fucking time it’s filled with this shit so I will sign for sure
  7. Retirement does things to a man 😔
  8. I would also get fucked by 100 guys to be champ
  9. My favourite moment is that despite the constant referencing to the infamous moment where I drafted Joh and he said “fuck off, fuck right off” because the joke was that my team was shit, we actually ended up winning and in the end Joh was on the winning team and I am of course the greatest mastermind in the history of the forums so for anyone who makes fun of me for that, fuck you
  10. Bashka

    My Final Ride.

    Tonight’s broadcast of Carnage returns after a commercial break to the scene of Bashka in the backstage area after a gruelling message from Bailey earlier in the night discussing the history of their rivalry and their upcoming match at Mania. Bashka has yet to address the added Hell in a Cell stipulation but it seems he’ll be doing so now. He stares blankly into the camera after a week absence. His posture and general expression is chilling as his stare makes everybody uncomfortable. The way he is acting makes him seem like he is completely and utterly ready for the mental torture Bailey is attempting to put him through. He seems anxious, but he begins to speak after a couple moments of silence. So this is it, huh? My final ride, my last stand, everything I’ve worked for comes down to this. I walk down the aisle one last time and wrestle my ass off with the intention of standing tall and riding off into the sunset. What better guy to do it against than the guy who I built my name against. Since day 1, it’s been Bashka vs Bailey. Bailey, the established rising star who was loved by the higher ups against the underdog, a guy loved by the audience but he was never supposed to make it to the heights that he did, he was never supposed to put up as much of a fight as he did, but he did. I’ve spent the majority of my career trying to discover why Bailey has such a problem with me and I’m almost ashamed it’s taken me so long to realise. Bailey is threatened by me, he always has been and he still is. When I burst onto the scene and nearly took home the World Championship in 2015, that was supposed to be his unrivalled year, the year that nobody even came close to toppling him and yet I nearly took his spotlight before he even got it. That burnt him up inside and ever since that time, every time I’ve attempted to do something of worth, Bailey is always the first person onto the scene to shoot me down because he’s worried that for a brief moment, people will think about me more than they think about him, and that thought just eats him up. When I announced that I was retiring, he thought of the possibility of me having a match at Mania, winning and riding off into the sunset with everybody talking about me and that frustrates him because he wasn’t even going to be on the card. So what did he do? He came out and tried to prematurely end my career before I could do so on my own terms. He tried to end my career and he couldn’t even do that right, less than 2 weeks later I came back and knocked him back and forth around the ring as he thought he was safe. He couldn’t end my career then so he wants to do it now, he wants to be the one that said I finally put the nail in the coffin for Bashka because that’s what he’s been trying to claim for all these years. He wants to throw me off the cell, through the cell, hit me with all sorts of weapons and ensure that even if I wanted to, I wouldn’t be able to come back. The thought of me being gone for good has changed him, he’s become a different man, a sadistic and insane man. This is a side of him I’ve never seen before, and I’ve shared a locker room with the guy for nearly 6 years. Bashka begins to tug on his hair, ripping clumps out at a time and throwing them straight onto the ground So I’m entering the same state, I’ve spent the past week driving myself to the borderline of insanity just to make sure that him picking a stipulation such as this was the biggest regret of his life. Bailey, this may be my retirement match, but I’m going to make sure that after I’m done with you, you can never walk into a ring ever again.. After these words, Bashka grabs a clipper out of his pocket and begins shaving away at his hair and beard until there is nearly nothing left, before walking away giving off a maniacal smile.
  11. The theme song of Bashka surprisingly plays as we have not seem him since Bailey attacked him after the announcement that BPZMania V would been his last ever match and that he was looking for an opponent. Bashka comes to the ring with a neck brace and crutches as he receives a huge round of applause from the crowd while Bailey laughs at his former rival struggling to make his way to the ring. Bashka slowly gets in the ring and drops one of the crutches to be able to hold the microphone in his hand. A tear rolls down his face as he stares into the eyes of Bailey. Oh how I wish it was me accepting this challenge, when you attacked me I was unconscious for quite a while, and when I was in the hospital the doctors explained to me what had happened and I wanted to work so hard to ensure that I could face you at Mania and beat you one last time, but due to the severity of the attack...the doctors have informed me that they don’t know if I’ll make it to BPZMania or not. The crowd begin to boo at this news being revealed by Bashka, meanwhile Bailey is clapping and laughing that Bashka won’t even be able to make it to Mania to have his final match. And so, while I thought I was going to have my final match at Mania against someone, it appears I’ve already had my final match. Night of Legends 2020 against Hans is the way that this guy wraps up his career, it’s not the way I thought it was going to end but I have a lot of respect for Hans and what he does so it’s a pleasure to go out to someone who I can say for damn sure is the future of this company. Now Bailey, don’t know what motive you truly had for attacking me the way you did but I just wanted to say that I honestly don’t hate you, you are without a doubt my greatest rival and my career wouldn’t where it is without you, so from the bottom of my heart, thank you. And I know, you’re going to say I ruined your moment by interrupting your challenge but it’s fine, I didn’t come out here for nothing. I know that you are the greatest of all time, you deserve a spectacular match at the show of shows and that’s why I didn’t come out here alone because I did in fact find a BPZMania opponent for you, let me introduce him to you... Bailey turns his eyes to the entrance way to see who this opponent is that Bashka is introducing to him. OH MY GOD. BASHKA HITS BAILEY WITH AN FKO! Bashka throws down the second crutch, rips off the neck brace and starts to stretch while pacing around the knocked down Bailey. Before long, Bashka picks up one of the crutches and starts to BEAT THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF BAILEY WITH IT! BASHKA IS FURIOUS AND CAN YOU REALLY BLAME HIM? Bailey nearly forced him onto the shelf before he even got to compete in his last match. Eventually, security comes into the ring to break things up befor Bashka grabs a mic and screams into it. I ACCEPT YOUR CHALLENGE FOR MANIA. The segment ends with Bashka getting pulled away by security while pointing to the BPZMania sign as Bailey gets checked on by medics.
  12. Bashka

    Cold Storage

    *ahem* Everyone turns their attention to the entrance of the room, the unknown member of the locker room coming to focus. Everyone drops their weapons as Shiz Buster steps closer and closer to his former companion. I don’t believe I asked you to come help by...food fighting. Everybody, back down and leave. Every member involved in the food fight apart from Medium Freeze leaves the room and behind them, Shiz Buster closes the door and locks it, staring straight into the eyes of Freeze. I threw everything on the line to call you out here and the first thing you do is cause chaos, you start a fight with a large majority of the locker room and draw an immense amount of attention to yourself. You’ve established plenty of enemies already by...by...by doing THAT. Shiz places his hand on the shoulder of Freeze, staring straight into his eyes as a disappointed look reaches his face before that look quickly turns into laughter. ...and THAT, was awesome. I missed you buddy. Both Shiz Buster and Medium Freeze reach in for a hug at the same time and the fans, despite having little to no connection to either of these guys so far, break out into a large applause and tears of joy following a beautiful reunion of friends. Stuff like that is why I missed having you by my side, the unpredictability of your presence is something that is so unique to everybody else. However, me and you both know you needed some help and that’s why I came and helped you out. We have so much to catch up on! Just as they walk out the door, they get confronted by two new faces to them..
  13. Damn you’ve beaten me like 10 times since then just chill 😭
  14. This is looking like a great class so far if all those rumoured names do make it. JBL certainly deserves to be in the HOF after all the different roles he’s served in throughout the years.
  15. Bashka


    The scene starts with a shot of a man sitting at a desk, a bottle of whiskey opposite him with a glass filled in his hand. On the desk is an unfinished letter addressed to a ‘Mr. Freeze’. He’s struggling to come up with what to write on this note. To inspire himself, he starts to come up with things to say. ”My dear friend, I know it’s been a while since I reached out to you but...I could really use your help. I’ve caught myself in a situation and if there’s anybody out there with the correct skills and mindset to get me out of this, it’s you. Back then, we were inseparable, we were the deadliest combination of guys to ever grace the planet and because of one mistake, it’s been years since we connected on any basis. I never got to say it but I truly am sorry for what I did and I hope we can leave that in the past because I really, really need your help.” As tears begin to fall onto the paper and ruin the ink, the man whipes them away from his cheek and starts to wrap up the letter. “If you ever want to see my face again and decide to let bygones be bygones, meet me at BrendenPlayz as soon as you receive this. I’ll be there regardless, and whether or not you show up is your decision to make. Hope you’re doing well, from your old pal, Shiz Buster.” Shiz begins to fold the letter and place it into the envelope, before placing a stamp on it and taking it to the post office. The scene changes to a handheld camera in the basement of Shiz Buster’s house, one filled with plenty of books, dust and spiderwebs. He breathes heavily before speaking. ”And so, the last thing I thought I’d ever need to do was done, I reached out to Medium Freeze despite us going our seperate ways and us saying we were never going to see each other again. Why? Because I took a risk...one that I don’t know whether it’ll pay off or not but I need him. He’s my one true chance at survival because regardless of what happened between us, we make each other stronger and that’s undeniable. I don’t know whether he’s going to show up or if he’s going to completely ignore my letter. That’s why I’m creating this message. I know I haven’t always been there for you but I hope you know that I’ve always tried my best to be the best father I can be. When you’re old enough to understand this message you probably won’t even recognise me and that breaks my heart. I’ve wanted to be there for you but I’ve always been busy with work, it’s kept me on the road. However, if we find this message in however many years and we’re bonding, going through old things in the basement then I want you to stop whatever you’re doing and go thank your Uncle Freeze, because I wouldn’t still be here if it wasn’t for his sacrifice to come out here and save my ass one last time. Either way, I love you.” Shiz Buster stops recording and takes the SD card out of the camera and leaves it on his desk, walking upstairs and ending the scene.
  16. We aren’t arguing that Drew should main event because it would be his first though, we’re saying he should because he won the rumble. And if Charlotte vs Rhea did main event I wouldn’t complain because it’ll still be a great match and it would feature a rumble winner. Once again your arguments are making no sense
  17. What you aren’t mentioning thought is that Brock not main eventing vs Goldberg wasn’t because Vince has a “lack of faith” in Brock, but Goldberg didn’t win the fucking rumble and therefore didn’t main event. You could also argue that the rumble winner didn’t main event either but that year was supposed to be Taker’s retirement hence why that main evented. The reason why Brock didn’t main event against Seth last year was also not because of a lack in faith of Brock, but because it was supposed to be the first ever women’s main event which did feature a rumble winner (Becky Lynch) and that’s why it didn’t main event. These situations you’re naming aren’t because of a lack of faith in Brock but because of another situation which means something else needs to main event, which this year doesn’t happen.
  18. You actually have no reasons as to why it should main event, you’re just spitting irrelevant facts that have absolutely nothing to do with any sort of argument.
  19. Bashka


    The camera pans toward the seating of the room, zoomed in on the cheek of one of the attendees, a tear running down his face at the beautiful speech given by Arius. Soon, the man runs over to Arius to console him in this dark time. He wraps his arms around Arius before staring into his eyes and revealing to him some wise words. I watched that championship grow up from nothing to being held to the most caring of holders, I carried it with me through dark times and it made me feel like there was still something worth fighting for. Tonight, it may have gone down a dark path to which it might not come back from, but you should always know that it’s light will never fade. It’ll always be proud of the man that you have become Arius, it would not have wanted you to mourn in its passing, but to look to the future and be a better person because of what it taught you. It taught you to be better, it taught you that through thick and thin, giving up is not the answer. Arius looks up, a brighter look graces his face as these words give him inspiration. So many special memories were had when you two were together, it was very heartwarming to see. As it moves on, it wants you to know that it’s not the end, and you two will see each other again, some day. We all go through this unfortunate misery, but you have to move on, don’t let it die for injustice. Arius’ once devastation now turns to joy, even the minister in the background looks inspired by the words spoken by the man now revealed to be Bashka. Two final words ‘Rest Easy’, are spoken by the minister as the scene draws to a close.
  20. Bashka

    The Search

    Tonight’s Carnage episode opens with a video recap of the news that broke Wednesday night which was that the legendary Bashka would be hanging up his boots after BPZMania and competing in his final match against an unknown opponent. After that, the ring announcer asks the audience to welcome Bashka to the ring which they do with a huge round of applause. He walks to the ring in a joyous mood, almost contagious. He high fives his younger fans on the way to the ring, taking in every moment of this last run. He enters the ring and pulls a microphone out of his left boot, before politely asking the audience to simmer down. First of all, I wanted to address some rumours. Some people have told me that the only reason I’m walking away is because I know I’m not as good as I once was and that I’m walking away before I embarrass myself and tarnish any part of my legacy that is still there. And to that statement I wanted to say that it’s complete and utter crap. I’m walking away because my passion for competing isn’t there anymore. I’m not giving up on this company, BPZ is and always will be my home. I’m still gonna be around, just not in an in-ring capacity anymore because I just don’t feel like that’s for me anymore. However, if I wanted to, I could kick the ass of any person in that locker room and that’s a fact. That’s why I’m open to any possibility for my final opponent, whether it be working myself to be in the main event against Julius and Arius, whether it be against someone up and coming such as Alex Costa, whether it be against someone I’ve never faced before like FDS, or whether it be against someone I’ve faced a million times such as Flynn or Brad, I WILL defeat them and step away from this business on a high. I’m still searching for the big opponent, the one I face in my final moments, but I’ve got plenty of time before then. So if anybody has anything to say to me before I go out for good, I’m all yours. Bashka drops the microphone and awaits. It doesn’t take very long before a very familiar theme song plays which really grabs the crowd’s attention. (Reply planned)
  21. We are midway through tonight’s special show; Carnage Wildcard when all of a sudden the commentary team starts to discuss how the night earlier, it was announced on Bashka’s social media that he would be making his first appearance since Night of Legends to make a huge announcement regarding his future, which would then ultimately lead to the entrance of the superstar. He walks straight out from behind the curtain and straight toward the ring, just keeping it plain and simple. However, he does give off a slight grin before entering the ring to showcase how glad he is to be back in BPZ. He grabs a microphone as there is plenty of mixed reaction from the crowd here in California. This year has been one of the craziest years of my life, I returned in mid 2019 to an eyeroll from everyone who believed it was going to be just ‘another return’. However I went on to become the hottest star in the company, knocking off the current World Champion and at the time becoming Intercontinental Champion. I retained that belt and defeated the owner of this company in the same night and then...I lost it. Whatever I had was gone and I fell back to whatever position I was in before. I formed Bullet Proof alongside Flynn, Hans Clayton and Isaiah Carter and we went on to dominate, before I got kicked out and that’s when things really took a hit. I walked out of the company. I competed in Maple Leaf Wrestling but before I knew it, I was back here. I came back here for a match against Isaiah Carter which never even happened due to unfortunate circumstances, and then I entered a rivalry with Hans Clayton and well..we all know how that turned out. It’s no secret that I’m not the same guy I used to be. There used to be an edge to me, a drive, a spark that made me love what I did and now there just isn’t. I’m not motivated to perform how I used to, I’m not motivated to go out here each and every single night to give you guys the best damn show of your lives and I can’t live with myself if I keep forcing myself to do something I don’t enjoy. And that’s why on the fifth annual BPZMania show, I will be competing for the last time ever. This isn’t due to injury reasons, it’s due to me losing my passion to perform what I used to love. I don’t know whether I’ll be competing in money in the bank, in the main event, in the opening match, or even in the preshow, I don’t even know who I’ll be competing against but one thing is for sure, whatever match I take part in, I’ll be training and working hard to make sure that when I go out, I go out with a bang. Thank you, California. Bashka drops the microphone and exits the ring, spending a good portion of time interacting with the fans before the show continues.
  22. I will be making an appearance at Carnage Wildcard to make a special announcement.

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