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  1. Benoit/HBK/HHH is my favorite match, period. What else could I pick?
  2. New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Climax Round 6 G1 Climax B Block: Christopher Daniels VS Bobby Lashley NJPW kicks off hot tonight as we see two competitors recently on the upswing look to continue their momentum. Daniels and Lashley both sit at two points each, with the loser of this match guaranteed to be eliminated from the G1 finals. Ultimately, Christopher Daniels would be the first man eliminated from G1 contention, falling to a spear from Lashley. Though he only sits at four points, Lashley's hopes of victory for the entire G1 haven't quite been dashed, and with his recent change in attitude and aggression, he just might be able to pull it off. . G1 Climax A Block: Tomohiro Ishii VS Toru Yano The first match of the A Block sees one of the two men still unbeaten in this G1, Tomohiro Ishii, take on perpetual spoiler, Toru Yano. The Sublime Master thief has been relatively quiet this G1, though he did manage a single victory over Okada, while the NEVER Openweight champion has been unstoppable so far. Ultimately, Ishii's run of victories would come to an end tonight, with Yano catching him with a surprise roll-up off a Brainbuster attempt. Yano now sits at four points, his G1 hopes barely, remaining alive, while Ishii's undefeated streak comes to and end, the Stone Pitbull still seated at ten points. . G1 Climax B Block: Johnny Puro VS Sami Callihan In the second match of the B Block tonight, Sami Callihan, currently seated at six points, takes on Johnny Puro, who has only scored two points thus far. Surprisingly, Puro would score the victory tonight, catching Callihan with a low blow and rolling up the Bullet Club leader before they could interfere. Puro now moves to four points, with Callihan remaining at six. Though neither man is in prime position to win the G1, their hopes of victory haven't been totally dashed yet. . G1 Climax A Block: Juice Robinson VS Zack Sabre Jr. The second match of A Block action sees Juice Robinson take on Zack Sabre Jr. Juice has had a good G1 so far, now sitting at six out of ten possible points. ZSJ, on the other hand, only sits at four points, but those two victories came over the likes of Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi, the former of which happening last week. Ultimately, ZSJ would tie up the score against Juice, forcing him to submit to an Octopus Stretch. ZSJ now sits at six points, he could be a dark horse to make a late comeback this tournament. . G1 Climax B Block: Matt Riddle VS Shinsuke Nakamura The third B Block match of the night sees returning hero Shinsuke Nakamura battle the King of Bros, Matt Riddle. Riddle's been impressive in recent weeks, scoring three straight victories to reach six points, while Nakamura's hot start has sputtered with recent losses. Both men currently find themselves at six points, but on this night, Riddle would fall to a Kinshasa from Nakamura, who now finds himself at eight points. Nakamura is a heavy favorite to make a late comeback this G1, assuming anyone can topple WALTER, but Riddle's hopes of G1 victory aren't yet over, despite the disheartening loss on this night. . G1 Climax A Block: Jeff Cobb VS Tetsuya Naito The third A Block match of the night sees Intercontinental champion Tetsuya Naito face Jeff Cobb. Though Cobb has been impressive, sitting at six points, he dropped his match last week against block leader Tomohiro Ishii, while Naito has been on a roll with four straight victories. Ultimately, Naito's roll would continue, as he makes up the ground he lost to Ishii night one, putting Cobb away with a Destino. Cobb's chances of G1 victory are still alive, but the journey has just been made that much harder by Tetsuya Naito, who now sits at the top of the A Block, tied with Tomohiro Ishii at ten points. However, Naito's first match in the G1 this year was a loss to Ishii, meaning the Stone Pitbull would win the block if it comes down to a point tie. Naito can't rest easy yet, as he must still score at least one point over Ishii by the end of the A Block to earn a spot in the finals. . G1 Climax B Block: WALTER VS Pete Dunne The second to last B Block match of the night sees WALTER look to continue his undefeated streak against an old foe, Pete Dunne. Though WALTER leads the B Block at ten points, Dunne started his G1 in similar position before dropping two straight matches. In a brutal, hard-hitting bout, Pete Dunne would score redemption for his previous failings against the Ring General, putting him away with a Bitter End. Pete Dunne now sits at eight points, but perhaps more importantly, WALTER has suffered his first loss in New Japan and remains at ten points, a fact that the rest of the B Block must breathe a sigh of relief knowing. . G1 Climax A Block: Hiroshi Tanahashi VS Lance Archer The penultimate A Block match of the night sees two men with only two points to their name battle it out, with this match guaranteed to eliminate at least one man from G1 Finals contention. Ultimately, the Ace of New Japan would put away the muscle of Suzuki-Gun, finishing off Archer with a High Fly Flow. Tanahashi now sits at four points, his G1 just barely remaining alive, while Archer's chances of being in the finals have officially ended. . G1 Climax B Block: Brian Cage VS Daniel Bryan In the final B Block match of the night, we see Daniel Bryan take on Brian Cage. Last week, Brian Cage's undefeated streak in NJPW would be ended by WALTER, and Daniel Bryan would suffer his fourth straight loss in this G1, totally snapping after the match and attacking Christopher Daniels. Daniel Bryan enters this match with two points, but a newfound aggression, the New Japan audience now booing the Yes Man. Ultimately, Daniel Bryan would finally end his losing streak, putting away Brian Cage with a Knee Plus and giving the machine his second straight loss. Bryan may only sit at four points, but his hopes of winning the G1 remain barely alive with that victory. Bryan celebrates as the New Japan audience showers him with boos. . G1 Climax A Block: Jon Moxley VS Kazuchika Okada Finally, in tonight's main event, we see IWGP heavyweight champion Kazuchika Okada, thus far relatively quiet this tournament with only six points to his name, take on the United States champion, Death Rider, Jon Moxley, who now sits at only four points after three straight losses. In a fantastic match, Moxley would pull off what must be considered an upset, putting away Okada with a Death Rider and securing himself six points in this G1. After the match, Moxley promises the New Japan crowd that he will make this comeback and run the gauntlet, because if Okada couldn't beat him tonight, nobody can. New Japan then signs off for the night, showing the current G1 standings. . Current standings: A Block: 10 points: Tomohiro Ishii, Tetsuya Naito. 8 points: None. 6 points: Juice Robinson, Jeff Cobb, Kazuchika Okada, Jon Moxley, Zack Sabre Jr. 4 points: Toru Yano, Hiroshi Tanahashi. 2 points: Lance Archer. . B Block: 10 points: WALTER. 8 points: Pete Dunne, Shinsuke Nakamura, Brian Cage. 6 points: Sami Callihan, Matt Riddle. 4 points: Johnny Puro, Daniel Bryan, Bobby Lashley. 2 points: Christopher Daniels.
  3. I will never understand the hype behind rap and hip-hop.
  4. New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Special PPV: Round 5 G1 Climax A Block: Hiroshi Tanahashi VS Toru Yano Tonight's edition of New Japan Pro Wrestling begins kicks off with A Block action, as the Ace of New Japan, Hiroshi Tanahashi, looks to rectify his current zero point total against perpetual spoiler, Toru Yano. Yano currently sits at two points, a single victory over Kazuchika Okada to his name. Ultimately, Tanahashi would finally get back on the winning track, putting Yano away with a High Fly Flow. Tanahashi has finally scored two points in the G1, and though his odds of victory are drastically low at this stage of the tournament, Tanahashi now looks to produce a G1 effort worthy of an Ace. . G1 Climax B Block: Johnny Puro VS Bobby Lashley Last week, Johnny Puro scored his first victory of the G1 over Daniel Bryan, sitting now at two points. Also last week saw the fourth consecutive loss of Bobby Lashley, this time to Matt Riddle, a loss that would make the Destroyer flip and attack Riddle after the match. Puro now faces an angry, and unquestionably more dangerous, Lashley. Ultimately, despite an impressive effort from Puro, there would simply be no stopping Lashley tonight, as Puro falls to a vicious spear. Lashley has finally scored two points and his first victory in New Japan, and though it might be too little too late for Lashley at this stage of the tournament, one can be certain he will make the rest of the field feel his wrath. . G1 Climax A Block: Tomohiro Ishii VS Jeff Cobb In a clash between two of the largest competitors of the A Block, the Stone Pitbull looks to continue his impressive streak against a similarly impressive Jeff Cobb. Ishii currently sits at a perfect eight points, while Cobb trails close behind with six. However, Cobb would not tie up the score tonight, as the Stone Pitbull puts him away with a Brainbuster. Tomohiro Ishii now sits at an incredible ten points, a perfect G1 so far, and as the current and sole A Block leader, this year's G1 seems like it's Ishii's for the taking. . G1 Climax B Block: Sami Callihan VS Matt Riddle In the second B Block match of the night, Sami Callihan looks to continue his string of victories against the King of Bros, Matt Riddle. Sami sits at an impressive six points, all of which can be attributed to the aid of the Bullet Club, to which Sami Callihan has taken control of as their new leader. On the other hand, Matt Riddle has had an impressive set of victories over the last two weeks, now sitting at four points, and he could be a dark horse to win the entire G1 if he can keep up this momentum. Ultimately, despite the interference of Bullet Club, Matt Riddle would score another victory over Callihan, catching him off guard with an armbar and forcing the Bullet Club leader to tap. Matt Riddle has ended Sami Callihan's recent string of victories, with both men now sitting at six points a piece. . G1 Climax A Block: Kazuchika Okada VS Lance Archer The third A Block match of the night showcases the IWGP heavyweight champion, Kazuchika Okada, taking on Lance Archer. Okada sits at a surprisingly low four points, having dropped matches to both Naito and Yano, while Archer's only victory of the G1 so far came last week against Yano. Ultimately, the woes continue to pile up for Archer, as he falls to a Rainmaker from the IWGP champion. Okada now has six points to his name, only two victories behind block leader Tomohiro Ishii, and if we've learned one thing about Okada, it's to never count out the Rainmaker. . G1 Climax B Block: Daniel Bryan VS Christopher Daniels The third match of B Block action showcases the still winless Christopher Daniels compete against Daniel Bryan, a must win match for Daniels at this stage of the tournament if he has any hope of overtaking block leaders WALTER and Brian Cage. Daniel Bryan enters this match at only two points, a disappointing total after his electric New Japan debut. In a fantastic bout, Christopher Daniels pulls off what must be considered an upset, putting Bryan away with the Best Moonsault Ever. Daniels celebrates his first victory in New Japan, his G1 hopes not quite dashed yet, but Daniel Bryan is livid, now tied with Daniels and Johnny Puro as the joint bottom of the B Block. Daniels tries to shake Bryan's hand, and at first Bryan accepts, but he then puts down Daniels with a vicious headbutt! Bryan then locks Daniels in the Yes Lock before being pried away by the rest of the New Japan locker room. After four straight losses and his G1 seemingly going up in smoke, Daniel Bryan has finally snapped, and he leaves the arena with the New Japan crowd showering him in boos. . G1 Climax A Block: Jon Moxley VS Zack Sabre Jr. The fourth A Block of the night showcases two competitors with hot starts in the G1 who have slowed down in recent weeks. ZSJ began his tournament with a victory over Tanahashi before dropping three straight, while Moxley scored two early wins before losing his last two matches. That trend would continue for Moxley, as ZSJ manages to snap his recent losing streak with an Ocropus Stretch on Moxley, forcing the Death Rider to submit. ZSJ and Moxley now both sit at four points. ZSJ has finally turned his woes around in this G1, with victory still very possible for the Brit, while Moxley desperately needs to turn things around. However, he will face a possibly insurmountable task next week in the form of Kazuchika Okada. . G1 Climax B Block: Shinsuke Nakamura VS Pete Dunne The fourth B Block match of the night takes place between two of the most impressive and highly physical competitors in the block, as Pete Dunne, currently seated at six points, looks to avenge his first New Japan loss last week against Brian Cage here. He takes on Shinsuke Nakamura, the returning hero who has plateaued a bit since coming back, now sitting at four points in as many matches. Ultimately, Nakamura would get back on the winning track with a victory tonight, putting away Dunne with a Kinshasa. Nakamura and Dunne now both sit at six points, and if anyone has any hopes of stopping current block leaders WALTER and Brian Cage, these two might have the best chance of doing so. . G1 Climax A Block: Tetsuya Naito VS Juice Robinson The final A Block match of the night sees Intercontinental champion Tetsuya Naito take on Juice Robinson, both men now sitting at six points. In a hard-hitting slugfest of a match, Naito is able to put away Juice with a Destino, securing eight points and placing him right behind block leader Tomohiro Ishii, the man who gave him his first loss in the tournament. Naito's goal of becoming the first man to hold the IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental titles at the same time continues, and if he can keep up this impressive streak of wins, this might be the year Naito finally pulls it off. . G1 Climax B Block: WALTER VS Brian Cage In tonight's main event, we learn which B Block competitor will remain undefeated in their New Japan tenure and lead the B Block halfway through the tournament. Thus far, the massive WALTER and Brian Cage have fought off all challengers, sitting at the maximum eight points possible so far in the G1. In a hard-hitting clash, WALTER would continue his undefeated streak by putting away Brian Cage with a powerbomb, becoming the first competitor in the B Block to score 10 points, an effort only matched by Tomohiro Ishii in the A Block so far. After the match, WALTER would grab a microphone and announce that he's been able to exert his will over every single promotion he's signed with, and New Japan will be no different. Halfway through the G1 and he remains undefeated, and this will not change in the second half. WALTER then exits as New Japan signs off for the night, showing the standings of the G1 so far. . Current standings: A Block: 10 points: Tomohiro Ishii. 8 points: Tetsuya Naito. 6 points: Juice Robinson, Jeff Cobb, Kazuchika Okada. 4 points: Jon Moxley, Zack Sabre Jr. 2 points: Lance Archer, Toru Yano, Hiroshi Tanahashi. . B Block: 10 points: WALTER. 8 points: Brian Cage. 6 points: Pete Dunne, Sami Callihan, Shinsuke Nakamura, Matt Riddle. 4 points: None. 2 points: Johnny Puro, Daniel Bryan, Christopher Daniels, Bobby Lashley.
  5. Name: Birdman Age: 18 Finisher: Bird Bomb (Frog splash) Background information: Former crew worker on the British indie wrestling scene, given a chance to compete in a match as a replacement for an injured star. Since then, his newfound passion as a wrestler would take over, and he’s been wrestling as a plucky underdog babyface since.
  6. AJ Show Dorado Ascension Becky Neville Carlito . Bonus: AJ/Bálor/Wyatt Carmella
  7. Gotta redeem myself for last time’s early exit.
  8. New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Climax Round 4 G1 Climax B Block: Christopher Daniels VS WALTER Tonight's edition of New Japan Pro Wrestling begins with still undefeated block leader WALTER facing the winless Christopher Daniels. Though Daniels would put up another valiant effort, he simply couldn't overcome the Ring General on this night, falling to a Powerbomb from WALTER. With this win, WALTER moves to eight points, and as the other block leaders Brian Cage and Pete Dune face each other later tonight, WALTER will be one of the two men with eight points in the B Block by the end of the night. Christopher Daniels still sits at zero points, and at this point, his hopes of winning the G1 are all but dashed. . G1 Climax A Block: Toru Yano VS Lance Archer The first match of A Block action takes place between the still winless Lance Archer and Toru Yano, who scored two points in a huge shock victory against Kazuchika Okada. Finally, Lance Archer would turn his G1 fortunes around, putting Yano away with an EBD Claw. Archer finally scores a win this G1, and he and Yano now both sit at two points with five matches remaining. . G1 Climax B Block: Sami Callihan VS Shinsuke Nakamura The next match in B Block action takes place between returning hero Shinsuke Nakamura, who suffered his first loss to Brian Cage last week and now sits at four points, and Sami Callihan, the new leader of Bullet Club, also at four points and currently on a roll. Just as it seems Nakamura has victory in sight, setting up for a Kinshasa, we would once again witness the interference of oVe, with Jake Crist distracting Red Shoes Unno just long enough for Madman Fulton to pull Callihan out of the line of fire. Nakamura would fight off Fulton, but Dave Crist would follow with a low blow to Nakamura. oVe would disappear after this, with Jake Crist's distraction lasting just long enough for Dave and Fulton to disappear under the ring, and Callihan would follow with a Cactus Driver and the subsequent pinfall. Nakamura remains at four points and Sami Callihan now sits at an impressive six points. The new Bullet Club leader celebrates with oVe as the New Japan crowd rains the boos down on Callihan. . G1 Climax A Block: Jeff Cobb VS Hiroshi Tanahashi A Block action continues as Jeff Cobb looks to continue his impressive roll against the winless Hiroshi Tanahashi. Ultimately, the Ace of New Japan would suffer yet another disappointing loss, falling to a Tour of the Islands from Cobb. Tanahashi still sits at the bottom of the A Block without a single point, and Jeff Cobb moves to six points. Tanahashi's hopes at winning the G1 have been all but dashed at this point, but Jeff Cobb might be the guy to watch out for this G1, having been nothing short of impressive so far. . G1 Climax B Block: Matt Riddle VS Bobby Lashley In the third B Block match of the night, we see two former MMA stalwarts collide between Matt Riddle and Bobby Lashley. Lashley enters this match still winless in his New Japan career, as Matt Riddle looks to continue his momentum after a huge victory over Daniel Bryan last week. Ultimately, Lashley would get caught off guard by the King of Bros, who would catch him via roll-up off of Lashley's Spear. After the match, Matt Riddle would celebrate, now sitting at four points to Lashley's zero. However, the celebration wouldn't last long as Bobby Lashley attacked Riddle after the match. After four straight losses, Lashley has had enough and is releasing all his frustration on Matt Riddle. The rest of the New Japan locker room would soon break up the brawl before it got too out of hand. Lashley still remains winless in G1 action, but after this attack, the remainder of the G1 field will now have to prepare to face a very angry Lashley. . G1 Climax A Block: Juice Robinson VS Tomohiro Ishii After the brawl between Lashley and Riddle has dissipated, A Block action would continue with Juice Robinson and Tomohiro Ishii. Both men enter this match undefeated in this G1 so far, each sitting at six points each, and they look to end tonight as the sole leader of the A Block. In a grueling and physical bout, Tomohiro Ishii would continue his impressive streak in G1 action this year, putting away Juice Robinson with a Brainbuster. Ishii now sits atop the block at eight points, while Juice Robinson remains at six. Ishii has been incredibly impressive this G1, and it seems that this could be the year where the Stone Pitbull finally stamps his ticket to an IWGP Heavyweight title match. . G1 Climax B Block: Daniel Bryan VS Johnny Puro In the fourth match of B Block action, we see two men who desperately need to turn their G1's around collide, as the currently winless Johnny Puro faces Daniel Bryan, whose only victory so far was his first match in the G1. Ultimately, Puro would tie up the score with Bryan, putting him away with Starship Pain. Puro finally scores two points, his first victory in his New Japan career, and Bryan now sits at a three-loss streak. After the match, Bryan would look at the New Japan audience, clearly unhappy about his G1 performance so far. They would continue to cheer the Yes Man, but Bryan would not react this time, just continuing to stand dissatisfied in the ring. Red Shoes would try to usher Bryan out of the ring so the G1 can continue, but Bryan would push him down in a fit of rage, shocking the New Japan audience. Bryan would immediately apologize to Red Shoes and help him back up before finally leaving the ring and the arena, but it's clear that these losses are taking their toll on Bryan. . G1 Climax A Block: Kazuchika Okada VS Zack Sabre Jr. In the fourth A Block match, Zack Sabre Jr. takes on IWGP Heavyweight champion Kazuchika Okada, with both men currently sitting at two points. Though both ZSJ and Okada started off the tournament hot with victories over Hiroshi Tanahashi and Jeff Cobb respectively, but they have stalled since, without a single victory to their name. Ultimately, the IWGP Heavyweight champion would pick up the victory tonight, putting ZSJ away with the Rainmaker and breaking even so far in G1 action. Though Okada's tournament hasn't been as successful as he would've liked so far, Okada's now back on the winning ways, and continues his quest to be the first IWGP champion to win the G1 since 2000. . G1 Climax B Block: Brian Cage VS Pete Dunne In the final B Block match of the night, we see two of the three men who lead the B Block battle it out, with only one man able to end tonight at eight points. Pete Dunne and Brian Cage collide in a highly physical bout, and the bout would be won by Brian Cage with a Weapon X. Brian Cage now sits at eight points, and next week, he faces WALTER, the other B Block leader. Brian Cage and WALTER will battle it out next week in a bout to determine who will sit atop the B Block with ten points. . G1 Climax A Block: Tetsuya Naito VS Jon Moxley Finally, we reach tonight's main event, a champion VS champion encounter between US champion Jon Moxley and Intercontinental champion Tetsuya Naito. Moxley and Naito both enter this match with four points each, and Naito also looks to avenge his loss to Moxley in the G1 from earlier this year. Ultimately, Naito would score that redemption, putting away Moxley with a Destino and ending tonight at six points. After the match, gets on the microphone and says he's disappointed he let the G1 slip through his fingers earlier this year. He promises that won't happen again this year, as New Japan has given him another chance and he refuses to let it go to waste. New Japan then signs off for the night, thanking the fans, and displays the current block standings. . Current standings: A Block: 8 points: Tomohiro Ishii. 6 points: Juice Robinson, Jeff Cobb, Tetsuya Naito. 4 points: Jon Moxley, Kazuchika Okada. 2 points: Lance Archer, Toru Yano, Zack Sabre Jr. 0 points: Hiroshi Tanahashi. . B Block: 8 points: WALTER, Brian Cage. 6 points: Pete Dunne, Sami Callihan. 4 points: Shinsuke Nakamura, Matt Riddle. 2 points: Johnny Puro, Daniel Bryan. 0 points: Christopher Daniels, Bobby Lashley.
  9. Meko750 (Raven)

    Hubris

    As the first round of Survival Games action rolls on, Carnage cuts backstage to the NXT champion, Raven. As per usual, he's clutching his NXT championship tightly in his hands, and every interviewer and reporter that attempts to stop him and have a word with him is either ignored, gets laughed in the face of, or they just run away as he approaches. However, there is one former reporter who approaches the champion. Alice, the manager of Mirage, one of Raven's challengers for the NXT title at Bad Blood, approaches the Clown Prince, and Raven reacts to her differently than the previous reporters. Rather than frightening them away, Raven allows her to approach, and Mirage's manager begins speaking to him, much like she would if she was an interviewer again. So Raven, you seem to be attached to that NXT championship there... As she says this, Raven lifts a finger to her mouth and shushes her. He then gets directly in Alice's face and responds: Her name...Is GOLDIE. Alice swats Raven's hand away and backs up a bit, causing the NXT champion to laugh. She shakes her head and regains her composure, continuing... Well, whatever you choose to call it...I just wanted to give you a warning. At Bad Blood, your former partner Mirage is looking to take "Goldie" off your hands. I figured it would just be right to give you two weeks to prepare, since last time you lost "Goldie," you went a bit... Raven then violently grabs Alice's head, causing her to scream in terror. He gets back in her face and says, softly at first... What were you gonna say, girl? Go on, please finish, don't leave me hanging... Alice continues, her voice now shaky. You went a bit...C...Crazy... Raven then begins to scream in her face, enraged by her words. I AM NOT CRAZY! This is the most sane I've ever felt in my life! I am the NXT champion, and in case you forgot, I NEVER LOST MY GOLDIE. What I did to Alex, that was a warning...And now that you've really pissed me off...You're little boyfriend's gonna suffer a fate much worse... As Raven says this, he grabs Alice by the arm and starts jerking her along through the backstage area. Alice begins to scream, but everyone is too frightened by the Clown Prince of BPZ to try stopping him, the memory of his recent attack on Alex fresh in their minds. Raven guides Alice out of the arena, and the cameraman that has caught all this tries to follow. However, as the cameraman begins to exit the arena, he's met by a jumpscare in the form of... BOO. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! The cameraman stumbles back in terror. Raven continues his maniacal laughter, but he stops for a second, giving the cameraman the most terrifying glare he's ever received. The cameraman understands and turns away, leaving the audience with the final note of Raven's haunting laughter, him now having kidnapped Alice with nobody willing to follow the deranged lunatic.
  10. Tuesday Night SmackDown Live On this September 10 edition of SmackDown, we see the final SmackDown before King of the Ring, where the final matches of SmackDown's KOTR and QOTR brackets will take place. SmackDown will also end with a massive six-man tag match between the WWE and SmackDown tag team champions, 3MB, and their challengers at King of the Ring, the New Day. Match 1 - Sasha Banks VS Ember Moon In a hot opener to kick off SmackDown, Sasha Banks scores the victory over Ember Moon after a quick roll-up off of a failed Eclipse. Sasha Banks will now face Bayley at King of the Ring to crown the first ever Queen of the Ring, a bout between the first ever women's tag champions. After the match, Christian would enter the scene, and he would say that despite her crushing loss, everyone backstage was incredibly impressed by Ember Moon's performances this past month. Christian announces that even though she won't have the chance to become Queen of the Ring, Ember Moon will face Becky Lynch at Queen of the Ring for the SmackDown women's championship. Match 2 - Lars Sullivan VS Buddy Murphy In a bout between two of SmackDown's hottest rising stars, the clash would end in a no-contest after Buddy and Lars brawled to the outside long enough for a double count-out. The brawl between the two men wouldn't stop, but Mustafa Ali would run out to get some revenge of his own on Sullivan. Sullivan recognizes that Ali and Murphy now have the numbers advantage and he retreats. Ali and Murphy look at each other with unease, on the same page tonight, but clearly not having forgotten their past battles. SmackDown then cuts backstage to the Kabuki Warriors and Paige. Paige tells Charlotte and Lacey that if they couldn't even beat Fire and Desire, what hope do they have of beating Asuka and Kairi Sane? Paige follows up by saying that she's sorry they have to end their women's tag title run so soon, but the women's tag title's will look so good around the Kabuki Warriors' waists. As they finish their promo, R-Truth is seen running away behind them as the rest of the locker room follows, the chase for the 24/7 title still on for the entire WWE roster. Match 3 - Seth Rollins VS Andrade In a high energy clash between two of the best wrestlers on SmackDown today, Seth Rollins scores the victory over Andrade with a Blackout. Seth Rollins will now face Robert Roode in the King of the Ring finals. After the match, Zelina Vega gets on the microphone. She says that she's disappointed Andrade couldn't beat Rollins tonight, but it's okay, because they have a back-up plan. Since Andrade beat the Intercontinental champion, Mustafa Ali, last week, Zelina states that Andrade should face Ali for the title at King of the Ring. This draws out Christian, who agrees with Zelina, making Andrade VS Mustafa Ali official for King of the Ring. Main event - New Day VS 3MB Finally, we reach tonight's main event. The former WWE champion, Kofi Kingston, is joined by former SmackDown tag team champions, Big E and Xavier Woods, against the newly reunited WWE champion Drew McIntyre and SmackDown tag champions Heath Slater and Jinder Mahal, 3MB. In a stellar bout that goes for nearly 30 minutes, the New Day are able to score the massive moral victory over 3MB, with Kofi putting away Jinder Mahal with a Trouble in Paradise. The New Day score a huge moral victory tonight, and at King of the Ring, they look to reclaim their respective hardware from 3MB.
  11. Suddenly, as Alex makes his walk up the entrance ramp, the lights in the arena black out. Though the audience cannot see, Alex audibly begins yelling for Raven to come out, begging his former partner to attack him again. The lights then come back on, but no Raven can be seen. Alex begins looking around wildly, now paranoid about his former partner attacking. Alex returns to the ring apron, grabs a steel chair from under the ring, and awaits with chair in hand for the appearance of the Clown Prince of BPZ. However, rather than Raven appearing in the arena, a video of him is shown on the titantron. Alex looks up at the visage of his former mentor, visibly angered. Raven is seen grasping his NXT championship tightly in his hands, now the actual holder of the title again, and his right index finger is coated in a red liquid of some sort. He flashes a wide, disgusting grin at his former friend. Heeheeheehee...Raven's gone, Alex? I'm just a stupid, perverted clown? Alex, if you believe that, you clearly didn't know me at all... Raven then shifts the NXT title to his left hand and begins painting his face with the liquid on his right finger. Raven laughs maniacally as he does this, besmirching his otherwise meticulous facepaint. THIS IS ME! THIS IS WHO I'VE ALWAYS BEEN INSIDE, ALEX! Now...I'm unshackled. Unbounded. FREEEEEEEEE, HAHAHAHA! I have DESCENDED to my base form...And ever since I've embraced what's been inside all along... Raven then walks over to the NXT title, looking at it with adoring and lustful eyes. Alex, you're right to believe you caused this...Your INEPTITUDE as my tag team partner ruined me! In my home country, we lost our tag team match, and I lost MY GOLDIE. Your career was such an embarrassing failure after your NXT title run, a title you THREW AWAY AT BPZ MANIA, you latched on to an old friend to try mooching off of his success...But now that I've reclaimed my Goldie, now that she's back where she belongs...I'm merely tying up loose ends...Nervous? Raven then begins maniacally laughing on the titantron, disgusting the BPZ audience and his former partner. However, what Alex doesn't realize is this video was pre-recorded. As Alex watches the continued descent of his former partner... Raven is here! Raven has arrived, and is now breathing down the neck of Alex! Raven nonchalantly taps Alex on the shoulder. Alex then senses what is happening and goes for a wild swing with the steel chair to the man behind him. However, before Alex can connect, the lights on the arena shut out once more. As the lights turn back on, Alex has the steel chair up in preparation for an attack. However, Raven sees this coming and is already swinging his baseball bat by the time the light returns... Raven has just knocked the chair into Alex's face with his baseball bat! Raven lets out a scream of enjoyment as the audience rains the jeers on the NXT champion. Alex is knocked loopy by the attack, but as he sees Raven approaching again, he attempts another wild swing. This proves to be futile, and Raven responds with another baseball bat shot, this time directly to Alex's head. Alex immediately collapses, with Raven laughing wildly at the damage he's caused. Raven then sets up the chair and takes a seat, right in front of Alex's prone body. Alex, however, refuses to stay down. He looks up at the maniac and spits directly into the NXT champion's face. Raven wipes the spit from his cheek, laughs at Alex one more time, and lifts the former NXT champion onto his shoulders before dropping him with a... BURNING HAMMER ON THE CHAIR! After this brutal assault, security and medical personnel finally run down to ringside to pry away Raven. Raven backs off, then moving to the ring, while medical personnel place Alex's body on a stretcher and escort him out of the arena. As this happens, Raven stands atop a turnbuckle in the ring, laughing wildly at the damage he's caused to his former friend. The audience showers the NXT champion with boos, and he simply responds with a loud "WOO!" as the segment ends.
  12. Steve Sora Pikachu Pac-Man 47 Banjo-Kazooie Crash Mario
  13. New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Climax Round 3 G1 Climax B Block: Sami Callihan VS Bobby Lashley New Japan Pro Wrestling kicks off hot tonight as G1 action continues. First out is the Destroyer, Lashley, so far winless in the G1. Out next, we see the new leader of Bullet Club. Sami Callihan enters, flanked not only by the rest of oVe, but also by Chase Owens and the Junior Heavyweight tag champions Taiji Ishimori and El Phantasmo. In a match very similar to last week, filled to the brim with distractions and general chaos, Sami Callihan is able to put Lashley away with a Cactus Driver, scoring two more points and leaving Lashley pointless so far. This new union between oVe and Bullet Club is already paying dividends, and Callihan being at 4 points this early makes him a scary threat for the rest of this tournament. . G1 Climax A Block: Jeff Cobb VS Lance Archer A Block actions begins with a battle between the two largest men in the block, as Jeff Cobb takes on Lance Archer. In a brutally physical bout, Jeff Cobb would score another 2 points in this tournament, picking up the win with a Tour of the Islands on the still winless Lance Archer. Jeff Cobb now sits at four points, and he very well could be a dark horse to take this tournament if he keeps up performances like this. . G1 Climax B Block: Daniel Bryan VS Matt Riddle B Block action continues with Daniel Bryan VS Matt Riddle. Bryan is looking to get back on the winning ways after a disappointing loss to Callihan last week, and Matt Riddle looks to score his first win in the G1. Ultimately, Matt Riddle would score the upset, putting away Bryan with a Bro-Mission. Both Riddle and Bryan now sit at 2 points, and with a huge win over Daniel Bryan, Matt Riddle might have found the momentum he needs to win this tournament. After the match, Bryan would look at the crowd. The New Japan audience still cheers for the Yes Man, but Bryan's mood is still clearly down after the disappointing loss. Bryan dejectedly leaves the ring, him now losing two straight matches after a huge win in his NJPW debut. . G1 Climax A Block: Toru Yano VS Kazuchika Okada The next bout of A Block action showcases a clash between Chaos members, as Toru Yano takes on IWGP Heavyweight champion, Kazuchika Okada. Despite being stablemates, neither man holds back, with Yano turning up his antics to an 11 for this bout. Ultimately, Okada's disappointing loss last week would follow with another tonight, as Yano catches him by surprise with a roll-up. Toru Yano scores the victory over Okada, and embarrassingly for the IWGP Heavyweight champion, they now end round three of G1 action tied at two points each. . G1 Climax B Block: Johnny Puro VS WALTER The B Block continues as Johnny Puro takes on WALTER, the former of which currently winless against the latter's thus far undefeated streak. Ultimately, tonight would be more of the same, as Puro would suffer another disappointing loss, with WALTER picking up the victory off a powerbomb. WALTER now sits at 6 points in this G1, with Puro left at 0, and if Puro wants any hope of winning the G1, he needs to get his act together, as the magic number for G1's is usually 12. Meanwhile, WALTER has been nothing but impressive so far and if he can keep this up, the G1 will be his for the taking. . G1 Climax A Block: Hiroshi Tanahashi VS Juice Robinson The third A Block match of tonight's proceedings continues with Juice Robinson taking on the Ace of New Japan. Interestingly enough, though Tanahashi would be the favorite on paper, he enters this match winless while Juice sits at the maximum possible four points. In a fantastic match, Tanahashi's downward spiral continues, falling to a Pulp Friction from Juice. Robinson now sits at 6 points, still the block leader of this G1, while Tanahashi hasn't managed to pick up a single win yet. . G1 Climax B Block: Pete Dunne VS Christopher Daniels Tonight's fourth B Block match kicks off, and for the third match in a row, we see a man who hasn't lost a single match face someone desperate to score a victory in their third G1 bout. Much like the other two matches with this set-up, the so-far undefeated competitor picks up the win again, as Pete Dunne is able to put away Christopher Daniels with a Bitter End. Pete Dunne and WALTER both lead the B Block with 6 points, and Daniels continues to sit at the bottom of the block alongside Johnny Puro with none. . G1 Climax A Block: Tetsuya Naito VS Zack Sabre Jr. In the fourth A Block match of the night, Two competitors with a win each, one over Okada and the other over Tanahashi respectively, collide to see who can capitalize on this momentum. Ultimately, Naito would come one step closer to his destiny of winning the G1 and holding both the IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental titles, putting ZSJ away with a Destino. Naito now sits at four points, with ZSJ at two, his momentum from beating Hiroshi Tanahashi all but gone at this point. . G1 Climax B Block: Shinsuke Nakamura VS Brian Cage In the final B Block match tonight, we see two men who are thus far undefeated in Brian Cage and Shinsuke Nakamura tangle, with only one able to continue their streak after tonight. In a great match with the crowd firmly behind Nakamura, Brian Cage would score the surprising victory over Nakamura, pinning him with a Weapon X. Brian Cage now sits at six points, while Nakamura now has four and has suffered his first loss since returning. . G1 Climax A Block: Tomohiro Ishii VS Jon Moxley In the final match of the night, we see another two stars, currently undefeated in this G1, and a rematch from one of the best matches in this year's earlier G1. On this occasion, Tomohiro Ishii is able to avenge his previous loss to Moxley, putting him away with a Brainbuster. Tomohiro Ishii remains undefeated in this G1, with Moxley remaining at four points. Ishii then grabs a microphone and thanks the fans. He simply says that he's tired of being the sentimental favorite each year, and that this year, he won't just concern himself with having the best matches of the tournament. This year, he promises that he's going to win, and nobody will stand in his way this year. After Ishii says this, New Japan wishes the audience a good night as the current G1 standings are shown. . Current standings: A Block: 6 points: Tomohiro Ishii, Juice Robinson. 4 points: Jeff Cobb, Tetsuya Naito, Jon Moxley. 2 points: Kazuchika Okada, Toru Yano, Zack Sabre Jr. 0 points: Lance Archer, Hiroshi Tanahashi. . B Block: 6 points: Pete Dunne, WALTER, Brian Cage. 4 points: Shinsuke Nakamura, Sami Callihan. 2 points: Matt Riddle, Daniel Bryan. 0 points: Christopher Daniels, Johnny Puro, Bobby Lashley.
  14. Warrior/Savage, definitely.

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