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Tamer last won the day on November 1 2020

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    BPZ Intercontinental Champion
  • Birthday 06/20/1999

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  1. Death Match for HCW World Championship: Jon Moxley vs Nick Gage Ladder Match for HCW Television Championship: Kevin Steen vs El Generico Singles Match for HCW Pure Championship: Minoru Suzuki vs Aleister Black Showcase Match #1: Bandido vs Jeff Cobb Showcase Match #2: PAC vs Roderick Strong Showcase #3: Dragon Lee vs Kyle O'Reilly What Is The First Weapon Used in the Moxley/Gage Match? Lighttube Who successfully uses the ladder first, Generico or Steen? Steen
  2. WWE Universal Championship Roman Reigns (c) vs. Kevin Owens WWE Championship Drew McIntyre (c) vs. AJ Styles WWE Royal Rumble Notable Entrants: Big E, Bobby Lashley, Daniel Bryan, Jey Uso, Keith Lee, King Corbin, Randy Orton, Rey Mysterio, Sheamus, The Miz Alternate Entrant: (This can be someone returning from hiatus, injury or a call-up from NXT) WWE Women's Royal Rumble Notable Entrants: Alexa Bliss, Bayley, Bianca Belair, Billie Kay, Charlotte Flair, Lacey Evans, Natalya, Nia Jax, Peyton Royce, Shayna Baszler Alternate Entrant: (This can be someone returning from
  3. Big Mouth Revival - Month Five 狼 BML - One VIDEO PACKAGE - Big Mouth Revival commences, and the worst of our fears have finally come to fruition. No longer self professed, Minoru Suzuki has toppled Marufuji and Kota Ibushi to rightfully call himself the King of Big Mouth Revival as PRIDE Heavyweight Champion, and neither man had nearly enough in the way of meddle to be able to stop that much. The show closed with Minoru Suzuki and TAJIRI holding the respective BYAKKO STRONG and PRIDE Heavyweight Titles in unison, proclaiming that nobody will be
  4. ELITE EIGHT MATCHUPS Circles vs. Eternal Atake My Turn vs. Detroit 2 Music to be Murdered vs. Man on the Moon 3 Shoot for the Stars vs. Alfredo
  5. CM Punk, was a byproduct of everyone on the forums shitting on me in chat/threads and going with the "me vs the world" angle in my initial promos, accidentally made a whole story out of it. Very fun.
  6. I think the rule applies pretty much the same way it would with any wrestler/any other given company, in that the more you attribute their abilties (emphasis on this, honestly) and notoriety gained from having worked and moulded themselves with a promotion, the more likely you're to associate the two. AJ Styles is an example of someone who'll likely always be regarded as a TNA guy despite gaining the brunt of the fame that made him so popular under Bullet Club, having crafted much of his better character work from his heel stretches in WWE and being a name worth top billing for years in promot
  7. Couple of things I suppose. I'd like to get back on my workout regime, 2020 kinda threw a curveball at me mentally so I unfortunately ended up regressing in aspects - that unfortunately being one of them. I'd also like to move out pretty soon, but I'm not keen on hastily doing so without being prepared. Also work on bettering my inner dialogue.
  8. Tamer

    Final Hour

    We cut to the inside of a red-tinted chapel, with the BPZ Intercontinental Champion and Number 1 Contender in Tamer seated at the centerfold. His lip appears slightly inflamed from the brawl with Sameer two days prior; but besides that is seemingly managing physically. As always, his memorabillia sits to both waysides, as he's seen inhaling from a cheap cigarette. “How you are fallen from heaven, O Day Star, son of Dawn! How you are cut down to the ground, you who laid the nations low! You said in your heart, ‘I will ascend to heaven; above the stars of God I will set my throne on hig
  9. Highlighted the picks I figured I was most sure on: BPZ Undisputed Championship: Sameer (c) vs Survival Games 2020 winner Tamer BPZ Universal Championship: Bailey(c) vs. Isaiah Carter BPZ Tag Team Championship: The Saviors (Ropati & Julius) (c) vs. Clapspiracy Invitational winners FD-Gun (KENJI & Raven), IDK Carnage North American Championship: JoshsNow(c) vs. Alex Costa Valor Atlas Championship: Sheridan (c) vs. Mikey Joh vs. Jeremiah Flynn: FDS vs. Prince Epic vs. Owen BMF Championship NOC Gauntlet Match: AJF vs. Bob Sparks vs. Brandon Hen
  10. Fallen Alien by FKA Twigs - a melody now associative with not only continued triumph, but an endless search for solace blares throughout the Valor arena, signifying the arrival of the 2020 Survival Games winner and BPZ Intercontinental Champion in Tamer. Lights dance amongst the stage in epiletic fashion as always, as the Undisputed champion appears headstrong and flared in lieu of the Chimera representative’s impending appearance - both his confidence and emotions reflective of how aware he is of the public’s perception of his chances, and the personal slight felt from Tamer’s words on his fa
  11. God, O'Khan is hilarious. The interview up on njpw's website where he stresses the difference between his and Tenzan's claw fucking sent me, in a sense he might be one of the few left who understand the business. Love Tenzan, but we all know what he's here to do. EMPIRE as a whole will likely rejuvenate on this New Beginning tour and TenCozy will serve as a perfect launching pad for that to come into place.
  12. Yeah, I suspect both guys will work super hard here. For all his faults, I can't quite knock Ospreay for his continued consistency and Kojima's still capable of creating magic on occasion - or at the very least some good shit. I'd rather Nagata, but this is the next best thing as far as a recovery match goes for Will Ospreay.
  13. Whether this be a byproduct of Tanahashi slowly being phased out of New Japan's big four rotation, or Gedo deciding to freshen things up as far as NEVER challengers goes - I'm actually pretty intrigued at the possibility of this one. It's a first time match, and while I find it hard to discern whether or not Tanahashi's genuinely in chronic pain or selling really well - when he's on the ball he's still one of New Japan's best and most integral workers. If we get a match of him selling his ass off for SHINGO's bruiser offense then I see no reason why this can't be one of their better and more m
  14. Extremely. Felt like the match was wrestled without any regards shown towards the circumstances that surrounded much of it, and thus neither guy really made a conscious effort to work around the restrictions. I think New Japan in general has an issue with that as far as match structure goes, but it's jarring to watch these dudes work epics while completely flippant toward the lack of reaction - on in this case, predicating so much of the match's tension on crowd pops that can't and do not exist.

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