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  1. The final results are in, and the winner of the greatest NXT champion WWE Battle is... Tommaso Ciampa! With an impressive 5-1 score against Adrian Neville, Ciampa wins the tournament, and joins Shayna Baszler as the best to hold NXT's top singles titles. However, with the singles titles done, it's now time to move to the NXT tag team titles. With exactly sixteen different teams who held the gold, the first round of the NXT tag team title tournament is... Undisputed Era VS British Ambition The Revival VS The Wyatt Family The Authors of Pain VS Adrian Neville/Corey Graves The Ascension VS Mustache Mountain SAnitY VS American Alpha Wesley Blake/Buddy Murphy VS DIY The Vaudevillains VS The Lucha Dragons War Raiders VS Street Profits As always, respond with your picks for the round. Remember, THIS IS JUDGING THEIR NXT TAG TITLE REIGNS ONLY. Make your decisions with that and only that in mind. . My picks: Undisputed Era, The Revival, Authors of Pain, The Ascension, SAnitY, DIY, Lucha Dragons, Street Profits
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  3. New Beginning Build and Card NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Titles After winning the belts at Wrestle Kingdom and successfully defending them against the newly reformed Taguchi-Japan trio, Roppongi 3K looks toward the future and whoever may choose to challenge their reign next. Roppongi 3K's next challengers would soon reveal themselves to be EVIL, SANADA and Shingo Takagi of Los Ingobernables de Japon. Will Roppongi 3K be able to overcome the heavyweight trio of LIJ, or does their reign meet a disappointingly short end? NEVER Openweight Championship After overcoming Manabu Nakanishi in his final ever match, Hirooki Goto's NEVER Openweight championship reign would hit a snag in the form of a familiar foe, as Jay White would once again gun for Goto. With both men scoring a victory apiece over each other in recent bouts, White looks to put away Goto one more time and take yet another championship in the process. Can the cocky young star score another championship in his still flegding career, or is Goto's reign set to continue? IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship After successfully defending their IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles against the Birds of Prey, Despy and Kanemaru would brag about their lack of challengers. However, in the build to New Beginning, Kanemaru would take a loss to Ryu Lee during a Bullet Club VS LIJ eight-man tag. Though Lee is not an official member of LIJ, this victory would put him in position to face the Junior Heavyweight tag champions if he so chooses, an opportunity he would take. With Takahashi set to defend his title on the night, Lee would declare BUSHI his tag partner. Will Ryu Lee and BUSHI pull the upset, or can El Desperado and Kanemaru continue their reign? IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship After a grueling title defense against El Phantasmo, Hiromu Takahashi's next challenger would reveal himself to be none other than Robbie Eagles, who pinned Takahashi in his return match. As CHAOS' newest member, will Eagles make lightning strike twice and succeed where his Birds of Prey partner failed, or does the Time Bomb's reign continue? IWGP World Tag Team Championship After overcoming the Guerrillas of Destiny in a rematch, FinJuice felt on top of the world, having two victories over arguably the top team in New Japan. As this happened, Kota Ibushi and Hiroshi Tanahashi would make their intentions to win the IWGP Heavyweight tag titles clear, feeling that it's the perfect chance for them to get back on the winning track. With no other challengers currently stepping up, FinJuice would accept the challenge. Will the Ace and the Golden Star be able to overcome FinJuice, or can the Cinderella story continue? IWGP United States Championship After a massive victory over Hiroshi Tanahashi, Lance Archer's grip around the United States championship appears to be tighter than ever. However, Archer would fall to Will Ospreay in tag team action, rekindling hostilities with a demon of his past. With Ospreay beating Archer in last year's New Japan Cup, but falling to the Murder Hawk in the G1 Climax, both men have one win apiece in the past year. Will Ospreay be able to score the United States title for the first time in his career, or is Archer's reign of terror set to continue even longer? IWGP Intercontinental Championship After unseating Tetsuya Naito and ending the double champion's reign early, Zack Sabre Jr wasted no time in bragging about his win everywhere he could. However, ZSJ would be caught totally off guard by Tomohiro Ishii, who was able to roll up ZSJ for the surprising victory. Now, a major clash of styles is set to light up New Year's Dash, as the technically savvy Zack Sabre Jr does battle with the hard-hitting Stone Pitbull, Tomohiro Ishii. Will Ishii be able to score a massive victory and end ZSJ's reign early, or can ZSJ keep his grasp on his newly won gold? IWGP World Heavyweight Championship Though he lost his Intercontinental championship, Tetsuya Naito would be able to keep his grasp on the World Heavyweight title, beating Minoru Suzuki at New Year's Dash. After overcoming Suzuki, Naito would immediately be attacked by Bullet Club's KENTA, and Naito immediately demanded that KENTA be his next opponent. With KENTA jumping the line, he now receives his first ever IWGP World Heavyweight championship opportunity. Who will walk out of New Beginning the IWGP World Heavyweight champion? . Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL/SANADA/Shingo Takagi) VS Roppongi 3K (NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team titles) Jay White VS Hirooki Goto (c) (NEVER Openweight championship) Ryu Lee/BUSHI VS Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru) (c) (IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles) Robbie Eagles VS Hiromu Takahashi (c) (IWGP Junior Heavyweight championship) Hiroshi Tanahashi/Kota Ibushi VS FinJuice (c) (IWGP World Tag Team titles) Will Ospreay VS Lance Archer (c) (IWGP United States championship) Tomohiro Ishii VS Zack Sabre Jr. (c) (IWGP Intercontinental championship) KENTA VS Tetsuya Naito (c) (IWGP World Heavyweight championship)
  4. Evolve B1 Tournament First Round B Block Matches: Raven beats Epic Arius beats Maasa Bart beats Nathan Sawyer Alex beats Marker Hollow beats Joshua Scott . B Block standings: 2 points: Raven, Arius, Bart, Alex, Hollow 0 points: Epic, Maasa, Nathan Sawyer, Marker, Joshua Scott
  5. The 2020 edition of the BPZ Royal Rumble PPV rolls on with a gauntlet match for the United States championship. Entry order for the five participants has been randomized except for the champion, Aaron North, who will enter the bout last as his champion's advantage. Out first, we see a man who has doggedly pursued the United States championship for months... Buddy Ace. Buddy may have gotten a bad draw, but he enters the bout the firm fan favorite, and he looks to ride that momentum to not only a United States championship win, but a Royal Rumble victory later in the night as well. Out next, we see Buddy's opponent for the first leg of the gauntlet... Mirage. Mirage enters this bout fresh off his first ever victory in BPZ, a win over Owen Wilson on Carnage. Mirage is one of the most unpredictable and unhinged superstars on the current BPZ roster, and he will prove to be an unorthodox foe for Buddy Ace to overcome. Mirage enters the ring, and he shares a staredown with Buddy Ace for a few seconds before the referee rings the bell. Immediately as the referee calls for the bell, Mirage opts to bite Buddy Ace on the forehead! The referee is able to pry Mirage away, but this staggers Buddy, who was caught completely unaware by Mirage's tactic. Ace staggers to the nearby turnbuckle, and Mirage follows after a stern talking to from the referee. Mirage then follows after Buddy, but the time taken by the referee talking to Mirage gives Buddy enough time to recover, immediately leveling Mirage with repeated European uppercuts. Three uppercuts send Mirage staggering backwards into the opposing turnbuckle, and Ace bounds towards him, leveling Mirage with a massive lariat. This sends Mirage slumped in the turnbuckle, and Ace wastes no time, hitting Mirage with a huge running knee strike. Buddy Ace has totally turned this match around, but as Ace pulls Mirage out of the corner and covers him, Mirage is able to get the shoulder up at only a one count. Ace wastes no time, exiting the ring and waiting on the apron, appearing to set up for the Buckshot Lariat early, clearly looking to put Mirage down before he expends too much energy. As Mirage rises, Buddy Ace flips over the rope and charges into Mirage, looking for a Buckshot Lariat, but he's caught by a huge... Superkick from Mirage! Buddy Ace's gamble has backfired in a huge way, and his momentum has come to a screeching halt. Mirage goes for the cover, but Ace is able to gather his bearings and barely get the shoulder up at two. Mirage wastes no time, immediately locking in Enlightenment on Ace, looking to soften up his foe. Though Ace has been clearly staggered by Mirage's knee strike and the current Dragon Sleeper he's in, Ace is willed on by the BPZ audience, and he's able to just barely stand back up. Mirage tries to keep the hold locked in, but Ace is able to reverse the Dragon Sleeper into one of his own in one swift motion! However, Ace is unable to lock in the hold for long, keeping it in for a few seconds before releasing the hold. The Superkick from Mirage earlier has seemingly done more damage to Ace than originally thought, and he staggers backwards into a turnbuckle once more. The referee checks on Ace to make sure he hasn't received a concussion, but Mirage is unwilling to give him the chance to recover. Mirage forcibly jerks Buddy Ace out of the turnbuckle and attempts to hit Broken Faith on him. However, as he goes for the twist, Ace is able to use the momentum from Mirage to his advantage, slipping out of Broken Faith and hitting a Diamond Buster out of nowhere! Without a second of hesitation, Ace covers Mirage and scores the elimination, putting away Mirage in just a shade over seven minutes. Though not the quick elimination Ace would've liked, Ace hasn't expended all of his energy just yet. Ace would have little time to celebrate, as out next, he would be faced with... Maasa. Making his return to BPZ a short time ago, Maasa looks to make an impact in a huge way against Buddy Ace, hoping to walk out of tonight with the United States championship. As Maasa enters the ring, the referee is seen once against checking on Buddy Ace, who is still rocked from the head damage he's received tonight. Thankfully for Ace, this would give him a reprieve in a way he was never expecting, as suddenly... Mirage attacks Maasa from behind! The referee tries to stop Mirage, but he's too slow, as Mirage lands a brutal Broken Faith on Maasa! Despite already being eliminated, Mirage looks to get one over on his rival. Backstage officials are able to force Mirage to leave the ring, and the referee is now seen tending to both men, checking how ready they are to continue. After about a minute, Maasa begins to stagger again, with Mirage antagonizing the fans the whole time as he's led to the back. Maasa tells the referee that he's ready to go, and Buddy Ace does the same. The referee gives both competitors the go-ahead to continue, but with Ace's eyes fixated on the official, he's caught completely off guard by a huge Slingblade from Maasa! Though still fighting through the pain of the earlier Broken Faith, Maasa wants to end this leg of the gauntlet quickly just like Buddy. After the Slingblade, Maasa immediately bounces off the ropes, nailing Ace with a springboard cutter! Maasa is pulling out all the stops tonight against Buddy Ace, and these men still have two more opponents to go after this! Maasa turns over Ace and goes for a pin, but Ace is barely able to get the shoulder up. Maasa wastes no time, immediately scaling the turnbuckle, possibly looking for the Death Star. Maasa takes the plunge, and... He crashes and burns! Maasa slowly scales back up to a base, but as he does, he's immediately caught by a Backstabber from Buddy Ace! Ace slowly crawls his way to cover Maasa, but when he finally makes the cover, Maasa has had just enough time to recover to peel his shoulder off the mat at the last second. Both men spend a few seconds on the mat, catching their respective breaths, but it is Buddy Ace who rises first. Ace sees that Maasa is still groggy, and he decides to give the Buckshot Lariat one more go. Ace exits the ring and moves to the apron, and as Maasa rises, he's put right back down with a huge... Buckshot Lariat! Ace immediately makes the cover, and Maasa is unable to kick out this time, giving Ace his second victory in this gauntlet. Ace has made it halfway through the match, but he's already been put through the ringer. Unfortunately, Ace's battle won't be getting any easier, as his next opponent in this gauntlet is... The Messenger of Death, Raven. Raven makes a beeline for the ring, certainly looking to put this match away early and focus his energy on his other two matches later tonight. However, Raven can't look past Buddy Ace, as even though Ace has been put through the ringer tonight, he's always a tough competitor. As Raven enters the ring, the referee asks Ace if he's ready to continue, and Ace tells him yes, desperately trying to pull himself up with the ropes surrounding the turnbuckle. Immediately after giving the all clear, Raven charges into Ace with a massive splash into the turnbuckle. Buddy collapses under Raven's weight, his limp body falling onto Raven's, and Raven chuckles at him before pushing Ace back into the turnbuckle. Raven then gets directly into Buddy Ace's face, screaming "Time to die, bitch" at his weakened adversary. Raven then grabs Ace by the back of the neck, tosses him towards the middle of the ring, runs off the ropes and levels Ace with a vicious Pounce! Raven lackadaisically covers Ace after this, but despite being put through the ringer in three different matches up to this point, Ace is still able to get the shoulder up at two! Raven's face immediately shifts from a chuckle to a deadly serious frown, as he looks down at his defiant foe. Raven then lifts Ace by the throat, looking directly into Ace's eyes the whole time and preparing to lift him up for a chokeslam. However, Ace lands a desperation boot to the stomach of Raven, staggering the beast. Ace wastes no time, immediately bounding off the ropes and sending the full force of his body weight into Raven's left knee! Raven doesn't fall to the mat, but this gives Ace an opening to try the Buckshot Lariat for the third time in the match. Ace immediately runs to the outside perimeter of the ring, and as Raven begins to stand back up, Ace goes for the Buckshot Lariat, but instead... He's caught by a monstrous Tailspin from Raven! The rally from Ace seems to have finally been snuffed out, but Raven doesn't go for the pin. Instead, Raven scales the top turnbuckle, looking to put the exclamation point on this leg of the gauntlet. Raven makes the leap, soaring across the ring and ending Buddy Ace's gauntlet with the... Bird Bomb! Raven makes the cover, and Buddy Ace's reserves have finally run out, as he is unable to kick out this time. An incredibly valiant effort from Buddy Ace tonight, and he's most certainly got more eyes on him for later tonight in the titular Royal Rumble match, but now, the gauntlet comes down to two former opponents, as the United States champion makes his entrance... Aaron North, the man who ended Raven's first United States championship reign at Winter Warfare. Despite Aaron being the final entrant, Raven is still relatively fresh, with most of Buddy Ace's energy drained by the time he entered the match. Aaron enters the ring and immediately stares down his former opponent, with the United States champion guaranteed to be one of these two men by the time the night ends. Both men immediately begin laying in stiff right hands to one another, holding nothing back as they both want to win this match early ahead of their Royal Rumble appearances. Ultimately, Raven would get the upper hand, forcing Aaron to stagger to the turnbuckle. Raven then bounces off the ropes, looking for another Pounce, but Aaron sees it coming, instead leveling Raven with... The Curing Needle! Aaron covers Raven, but Raven gets the shoulder up at two. However, Aaron wants to put this match away early, so he opts to scale the turnbuckle and attempt The Devil's Flight early. However, this risk would prove to backfire, as just before Aaron is able to land his finisher, Raven runs up the turnbuckle, levels Aaron with a stiff right hand, places his hands under Aaron's respective arms and comes off the turnbuckle with a monstrous Blackout! However, Raven is unable to make the cover, as this drains a large amount of his energy. Instead, Raven takes a moment to catch his breath, and as he does, he watches Aaron slowly crawl to the turnbuckle. Raven then approaches his foe, twists his arm and begins climbing the turnbuckle, doing a showboating rope-walk as though to taunt his foe before landing an incredible moonsault! Raven quickly makes the cover, but Aaron powers out, and Raven chuckles at his opponent's defiance. Raven lifts Aaron by the throat, looking to deliver a chokeslam to his opponent, but Aaron chops the former champion's arm and breaks his grip. Aaron immediately follows with a vicious clothesline, rocking the Messenger of Death. Aaron doesn't let up, laying into Raven with repeated lariats before bounding off the ropes and putting him down with a massive running clothesline. After this clothesline, Raven frantically crawls to the turnbuckle, his back to the United States champion. This would prove to be a mistake, as Aaron would lift Raven into a crucifix position, an impressive display of strength to counter Raven's own earlier in the match. Aaron would then run full force to the opposite corner of the ring, tossing Raven into the turnbuckle, putting down the former champion with The Devil's Backbone! Aaron goes for the cover, but Raven is able to peel his shoulder off the canvas at two. Aaron wastes no time, scaling the turnbuckle again, once more looking for The Devil's Flight. This time, he is not cut off at the pass, diving from the top turnbuckle... But Raven avoids at the last possible second! Aaron's back immediately recoils in pain, but Raven wastes no time, springing back up. As Aaron turns around, he's immediately caught by Raven, who lifts him up and brings him right back down with a Hellevator! Raven doesn't opt to cover Aaron yet, though, sensing that his foe has more left in the tank. Instead, Raven immediately wraps his hand around Aaron's skull, locking in the Raven Claw. Aaron's screams of terror echo through the arena, and Raven places his knee over Aaron's chest, officially making the cover. Aaron is totally helpless when locked in the Raven Claw, and he is unable to power out of the pin. Your winner, and NEW BPZ United States champion, the Messenger of Death, Raven! Raven has reclaimed his United States championship in this hard fought gauntlet match, becoming a two time United States champion in the process, but he doesn't stick around to celebrate long, as he now has to prepare for a match with former stablemate Bob Sparks in a few matches. Before he exits, he shouts "EVERYBODY DIES" into one of the cameras following him up the entrance ramp, does one last pose at the top of the ramp, and retreats backstage.
  6. The semi-final round is over, and the final score before the finals are... Tommaso Ciampa 7-3 Adrian Neville 6-4 The final round will now see Tommaso Ciampa VS Adrian Neville. The greatest champion of the modern NXT era VS the greatest champion of the original NXT era. The greatest heel champion to hold the NXT title and the greatest face champion to hold the NXT title. The Blackheart VS the Bastard. Tommaso Ciampa VS Adrian Neville As always, respond with your picks for the round. Remember, THIS IS JUDGING THEIR NXT TITLE REIGNS ONLY. Make your decisions with that and only that in mind. . My pick: Tommaso Ciampa (No surprise here)
  7. Worlds Collide: August 22, 2017 - Planet Ice Arena, Coventry, UK . Cesaro welcomes the fans to Worlds Collide The current United Kingdom champion, Cesaro, kicks off the show, entering to a raucous reception from the UK crowd. Cesaro begins the show by welcoming the fans to a new brand in WWE, one where the British wrestling style will finally be given center stage. Cesaro says that he's grateful to be given the reins to lead this brand, but before he can continue, he's interrupted by former United Kingdom champion... Pete Dunne. The Bruiserweight enters to a similarly powerful response from the crowd, but Dunne pays them no mind, marching down to the ring and getting in the United Kingdom champion's face. Dunne tells Cesaro that even though Cesaro was the better man at SummerSlam, Dunne doesn't believe he's the right man to be the face of World's Collide. Dunne challenges Cesaro to prove his worth as United Kingdom champion and defend the championship against Pete Dunne tonight. Cesaro accepts Dunne's challenge, and a massive UK championship rematch is now set to main event the inaugural edition of World's Collide. . Austin Aries VS Kalisto Our first ever match on World's Collide sees Cruiserweight champion Austin Aries do battle with Kalisto, with Kalisto looking to make a huge statement by scoring a victory over the Cruiserweight champion. In a fantastic clash, Aries would score the victory, forcing Kalisto to submit to the Last Chancery. After the match, Aries would brag about having yet another easy victory in his WWE tenure. Aries says that when he and the Cruiserweight championship were brought to World's Collide, he was hesitant, and this victory just cements it. Aries believes he shouldn't be stuck slumming on a lower-tier brand. However, Aries' complaining would be interrupted by the appearance of... Johnny Gargano! Johnny Gargano arrives in World's Collide to a huge reaction, fresh off of a Loser Leaves WWE victory against Tommaso Ciampa. As Gargano rushes down to the ring, Aries quickly flees, taken by surprise at the appearance of the Rebel Heart himself. It appears Gargano's sights are now firmly fixated on the Cruiserweight championship, and the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived now has a massive hurdle to climb. . Aleister Black VS Danny Burch Our next bout sees a clash between two of the hardest hitting men on the World's Collide roster, as Aleister Black does battle with Danny Burch. In a relatively short bout, Black would manage to catch Burch with a Black Mass out of nowhere, putting away The Gov'nor in an impressive World's Collide debut for the Dutch Destroyer. . Hype video for World's Collide women's division Before tonight's main event, we see a video hyping up the five women currently confirmed for the World's Collide roster. We quickly see Emma, Toni Storm, Kay Lee Ray, Rhea Ripley and Killer Kelly given quick overviews, and the video ends with a graphic saying the women's division will be coming soon to World's Collide. . Pete Dunne VS Cesaro (United Kingdom championship) Tonight's main event sees a massive SummerSlam rematch between Pete Dunne and Cesaro, with the United Kingdom championship on the line once more. In yet another fantastic bout between the two men, Cesaro would retain his newly won United Kingdom championship, putting away Dunne with a Neutralizer. Cesaro would celebrate this massive victory, but before the inaugural edition of World's Collide ended, Pete Dunne would get in Cesaro's face yet again. However, Dunne would offer Cesaro a handshake of respect, and Cesaro would return the handshake, with Cesaro having clearly earned Dunne's respect on this night. The first episode of World's Collide ends with Cesaro celebrating his first successful United Kingdom championship defense.
  8. NEW ERA OFFENSE: REVOLUTION Gallus VS Ohio Versus Everything VS SoCal Uncensored VS ??? (NEO Openweight Six-Man Tag Team championship) This edition of Revolution kicks off with a massive four-way trios match to determine the first ever NEO Openweight Six-Man tag team champions. Out first, we see Ohio Versus Everything, the trio of Jake Crist, Dave Crist and Madman Fulton, with stable leader Sami Callihan currently preparing for his NEO World Heavyweight title match later tonight. Out next is the trio of Joe Coffey, Mark Coffey and Wolfgang. Then, we see Christopher Daniels lead Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky, clearly the most popular trio in the bout. Before the fourth team comes out, we see Adam Cole, who hypes up the trio as his three most trusted friends and allies. Cole says he has total faith in them to score victory here tonight, and that their reign over NEO will soon be...Undisputed. As he says this, Bobby Fish, Kyle O'Reilly and Roderick Strong enter, with the Undisputed Era now being reunited in NEO. However, in a fantastic bout, it would actually be Ohio Versus Everything who score the victory, with the Irish Airborne putting away Mark Coffey with the Irish Air Raid. Jake Crist, Dave Crist and Madman Fulton escape this bout the new NEO Openweight Six-Man tag team champions. . Kenny King VS Silas Young (Loser Leaves NEO) Our next bout sees a match added at the final hour, as after the events of last week, Kenny King demanded a match with Silas Young. Maverick made the match, with the stipulation that the loser must leave NEO forever. In a great bout, Silas Young would score the victory, putting away King with the Pee Gee Waja Plunge, picking up a massive victory and ending Kenny King's NEO career. . Grizzled Young Veterans VS South Wales Subculture (NEO Junior Heavyweight Tag Team championship) Our next bout sees the inaugural Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champions decided, as the duo of Zack Gibson and James Drake does battle with Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster. In a fantastic clash, South Wales Subculture would become the inaugural NEO Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champions, with Andrews putting away James Drake with Fall to Pieces. . Adam Cole VS Dave Mastiff (NEO Openweight championship) Next, we see Bomber Dave Mastiff look to upset the always impressive Adam Cole. After earning the number one contendership for the NEO Openweight title by winning a 20 man battle royal, he now faces Adam Cole, who was one win away from being in tonight's main event for the NEO World Heavyweight championship before falling to Pete Dunne in the semi-finals. In a fantastic clash, Mastiff would score the victory and become the inaugural NEO Openweight champion, putting Adam Cole away with a Cannon Ball into the turnbuckle. . Mustache Mountain VS Bad Luck Fale/Chase Owens (NEO Heavyweight Tag Team championship) Our next bout sees Tyler Bate and Trent Seven do battle with Chase Owens and Bad Luck Fale to become the first ever NEO Heavyweight tag team champions. In a fantastic bout, Fale and Owens would score the upset, with Owens catching Bate with a Package Piledriver after Fale distracted the referee long enough for Owens to level Bate with a chair shot. With this victory, Fale and Owens become the first ever NEO Heavyweight tag team champions in a massive upset. . Ilja Dragunov VS Austin Aries (NEO Junior Heavyweight championship) Up next, we see one of the most heated bouts on the card, as Ilja Dragunov, a man who came within one victory from being in tonight's main event for the NEO World Heavyweight championship, looks to get revenge on the man who spoiled his tournament and cheated to do so, Austin Aries. In a fantastic clash, Dragunov would score the victory, putting away Aries with Torpedo Moscow. Though he was unable to earn a NEO World Heavyweight championship match, Dragunov made the most of this opportunity, and now reigns as NEO's inaugural Junior Heavyweight champion. . "The Miracle" Mike Bennett VS Jack Gallagher Before tonight's main event, we see another match added to the card at the final hour, as after Mike Bennett's victory and post-match attack on Danny Burch, Jack Gallagher would run out to make the save. Now, Gallagher has his chance at revenge on The Miracle. However, Gallagher would come up short against Bennett, falling to a Miracle in Progress. The Miracle scores a massive victory in his NEO PPV debut, and with efforts like this, he might be a man to watch in the near future. . Sami Callihan VS Pete Dunne (NEO World Heavyweight championship) Finally, we reach tonight's main event, the culmination of a three-month tournament between six of NEO's best stars. Sami Callihan enters this match after going 4-3 in his block, but with victories over the other three men who ended at 4-3, Callihan was given the nod in a tie-breaker. Pete Dunne enters this match with an incredible 6-1 record, his only loss in his block coming against Ilja Dragunov. In a fantastic, hard hitting clash, Callihan would pick up the shock victory, putting away Dunne with a Cactus Driver. Sami Callihan celebrates becoming the inaugural NEO World Heavyweight champion, and he is soon joined by the new Openweight Six-Man champions, Jake Crist, Dave Crist and Madman Fulton. NEO: Revolution ends with Ohio Versus Everything celebrating, all four members currently holding championship gold.
  9. NEW ERA OFFENSE Week 9 B Block: Wolfgang VS Silas Young The final round of the B Block sees Wolfgang and Silas Young do battle. Neither man is able to win the block, but both men are looking for a statement victory at the other's expense. In a good bout, Wolfie would score the victory, putting away Silas Young with The Howling, and ensuring both men end the B Block at four points each. . B Block: Eddie Dennis VS Danny Burch Our next B Block match sees two men currently seated at two points each do battle, as The Gov'nor Danny Burch faces Eddie Dennis. Dennis would score the much needed victory, putting away Burch with a Neck Stop Driver and moving up to four points, with Burch ending at the bottom of the block with only two. . B Block: Austin Aries VS Ilja Dragunov Our next match sees the second to last match and potential decider of the B Block, as Austin Aries does battle with Ilja Dragunov. Austin Aries enters this match with eight points, but having dropped his matches to current tournament leaders Adam Cole and Pete Dunne earlier in the tournament, he will be unable to make it to the finals, even with a victory here. However, if Dragunov wins this bout, he jumps to the lead of the block, and with victories over both Adam Cole and Pete Dunne, Dragunov would win any potential tiebreaker. However, Austin Aries would crush the Unbesiegbar's hopes, putting a thumb in Dragunov's eye and rolling him up for a three count. With this victory, Aries and Dragunov both end the B Block at 10 points each, but Aries has crushed the dreams of the young Russian commodity by stealing this victory. . B Block: Adam Cole VS Pete Dunne Finally, tonight's main event sees the decider of the B Block, as Adam Cole and Pete Dunne do battle. With both men currently seated atop the block at 10 points each, whoever wins this match will go to the NEO World Championship match at NEO: Revolution. In a fantastic clash, it would be the Bruiserweight who comes out on top, putting away Adam Cole with the Bitter End and scoring the victory. The first half of the match to decide the first ever NEO World champion has been decided, and tonight's episode closes with Pete Dunne celebrating his victory. . B Block final standings: 12 points: Pete Dunne 10 points: Adam Cole, Ilja Dragunov, Austin Aries. 4 points: Eddie Dennis, Wolfgang, Silas Young. 2 points: Danny Burch. . Week 10 A Block: Jack Gallagher VS Joe Coffey The final round of the A Block kicks off with Jack Gallagher, currently seated at six points, do battle with Joe Coffey, currently at only four. In a good bout, Coffey would score the much needed victory, putting away Gallagher with All That's Best for the Bells. With this victory, both men now end off their tournament at six points. After the match, Joe Coffey would continue celebrating his victory in the ring, but he would then grab a microphone. Coffey says this tournament hasn't gone how he was hoping, but it's alright. He might not become the first NEO World champion, but his influence on NEO will be felt soon enough. As he says this, Wolfgang and the debuting Mark Coffey would join him in the ring. Coffey then proclaims that "We are Gallus," and all three men would cross their arms in unison. . A Block: David Finlay VS Roderick Strong Our next match of the A Block sees co-block leader Roderick Strong, currently at eight points, do battle with David Finlay, who currently sits at four points, with Finlay looking to play spoiler against Strong. In a great opener, he would manage just that, putting away Strong with Prima Nocta, all but eliminating Roderick Strong from the finals and moving up to a final score of six points in the process. . A Block: Kenny King VS Zack Gibson Our next bout sees Kenny King do battle with Zack Gibson, with both men looking to break into the top of the pack and hit the eight point mark. In a great bout, just as Kenny King appeared to have victory in his sights, he would be distracted by the debuting James Drake. Drake's distraction allowed Gibson to catch King in Shankley Gates. drawing a submission. After the match, Zack Gibson would celebrate with James Drake, now ending the block with eight points and the Grizzled Young Veterans newly reunited. . Before tonight's main event, we see Ilja Dragunov backstage. Dragunov says he was fully prepared to become the first ever NEO World champion...But Austin Aries stole it from him. He's not even mad about losing, Danny Burch beat him fair and square and he holds no resentment, but Aries couldn't even win the match without cheating. However, Dragunov says he's talked with NEO general manager Drake Maverick, and at NEO: Revolution, the NEO Junior Heavyweight championship will be introduced, and the first champion will be decided in a bout between Ilja Dragunov and Austin Aries. Dragunov vows to get his revenge on Aries and become the first ever NEO Junior Heavyweight champion. . A Block: Sami Callihan VS Christopher Daniels Finally, we reach the A Block finals, with Sami Callihan and Christopher Daniels looking to do battle for the opportunity to face Pete Dunne at NEO: Revolution for the NEO World championship. Sami Callihan currently sits at six points, but with victories over current block leaders Zack Gibson and Roderick Strong, if he can beat Daniels here tonight, he wins in a tiebreaker over all three men and would get the nod to the finals. On the other hand, Daniels enters with eight points, and a victory would put him at 10, above everyone else in the block, making this match do or die for both men. In a fantastic clash, Daniels would be closing in on victory, but before he could, The Irish Airborne and Madman Fulton would run down to ringside, making their NEO debuts in the process. Daniels would try to fend off the distractions, but he would be caught by a Cactus Driver from Callihan, with The Draw scoring the victory. Sami Callihan has now punched his ticket to NEO: Revolution, with a clash against Pete Dunne set for the right to be the first ever NEO World champion. NEO ends with Sami Callihan celebrating, flanked by Ohio Versus Everything, only one win away from becoming the NEO World champion. . A Block final standings: 8 points: Sami Callihan, Christopher Daniels, Zack Gibson, Roderick Strong. 6 points: Kenny King, Jack Gallagher, Joe Coffey, David Finlay. . Week 11 20 Man Battle Royal (Winner competes in inaugural NEO Openweight championship match) This episode of NEO kicks off with a 20 man battle royal, each man looking to earn a chance to battle for the NEO Openweight championship at NEO: Revolution. The 20 men in question are Jack Gallagher, Danny Burch, Eddie Dennis, Silas Young, Kenny King, Roderick Strong, David Finlay, Dave Mastiff, Tony Nese, Bronson Reed, YOSHI-HASHI, Yoshitatsu, Colt Cabana, Yuyu Uemura, Tiger Mask, Chase Owens, Bad Luck Fale, "The Miracle" Mike Bennett, Saxon Huxley and Tyson T-Bone. Notable events in this hot opener include Danny Burch eliminating Mike Bennett, Silas Young and Kenny King working together for their time in the match, and Mastiff last eliminating Roderick Strong to score the victory. In his debut, the Bomber has scored a NEO Openweight championship match at NEO: Revolution. . NEO then cuts backstage to Drake Maverick, who announces that in conjunction with the Junior Heavyweight, Openweight and World Heavyweight titles, we will crown new NEO Six-Man tag team champions. Maverick announces that we will see Ohio Versus Everything's Jake Crist, Dave Crist and Madman Fulton do battle with Mark Coffey, Joe Coffey and Wolfgang of Gallus. Not only that, but Adam Cole will lead his own trio into the match, courtesy of his impressive run in the earlier tournament. However, before he can finish, he's interrupted by Christopher Daniels, who is still livid over last week's interference. Daniels demands that he is placed in the match to get a shot at oVe. Maverick is initially reluctant, but he soon relents, telling Daniels that if he can find two partners, he will make the Six-Man tag title match at NEO: Revolution a fatal four-way. . South Wales Subculture VS The Bollywood Boys Our next bout sees two teams make their NEO debut, as Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster do battle with Samir and Sunil Singh. In a great bout, South Wales Subculture would score the victory, with Andrews putting away Sunil with Fall to Pieces. However, they would have little time to celebrate, as immediately after the match, they're attacked by Zack Gibson and James Drake. The Welshmen attempt to fight off the attack, but the Grizzled Young Veterans are too much, laying out Andrews and Webster and spoiling their otherwise successful debut. . NEO then cuts backstage to Austin Aries, one half of the Junior Heavyweight championship match at NEO: Revolution. Aries says that he's not surprised Dragunov whined and complained his way to a title match, but his childish actions will work out in Aries' favor, as he now has the chance to become the first ever NEO Junior Heavyweight champion. Aries says it's ridiculous that Dragunov thinks he's owed anything after a few fluke victories, but he's happy to show Dragunov what it really means to be the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived. . Ohio Versus Everything (Jake Crist, Dave Crist, Madman Fulton) VS British Strong Style Our main event sees Pete Dunne lead the team of Mustache Mountain against Sami Callihan's three stablemates, The Irish Airborne and Madman Fulton. In a great main event, the Big Strong Boys would win out, with Tyler Bate putting away Dave Crist with a Tyler Driver '97. Pete Dunne gets a huge statement victory over Sami Callihan just before their PPV main event, and NEO ends with British Strong Style celebrating. . Week 12 Silas Young/Kenny King VS Chase Owens/Bad Luck Fale The go-home show before the biggest Revolution of NEO's short lifespan so far kicks off with a tag team match between the newly teaming Silas Young and Kenny King against the duo of Chase Owens and Bad Luck Fale. The former Bullet Club members would score the victory, with Chase Owens putting away Kenny King with a Package Piledriver. After the match, Silas Young would lay out Kenny King with the Pee Gee Waja Plunge, clearly irritated over his recent lack of success in NEO. NEO would then cut backstage to Drake Maverick, who announces that courtesy of their victory tonight, Bad Luck Fale and Chase Owens will compete against Tyler Bate and Trent Seven at NEO: Revolution, with the winners becoming the first ever NEO Heavyweight tag team champions. Not only that, but due to last week's events, the Grizzled Young Veterans will face South Wales Subculture at NEO: Revolution, with the winners of that match becoming the first ever NEO Junior Heavyweight tag team champions. Finally, Maverick announces that he had private talks with Adam Cole after last week's show concluded, and Cole offered him an idea that he felt was better for the NEO: Revolution card. Maverick announces that Cole will not compete for the Six-Man titles, but a replacement for Cole has already been decided. Instead, Adam Cole will do battle with Dave Mastiff, with the winner becoming the first ever NEO Openweight champion. With this title match, Maverick officially announces that NEO will introduce no more titles, and he wishes all the competitors involved in championship matches next Sunday good luck. . "The Miracle" Mike Bennett VS Danny Burch Our next bout sees the singles debut of "The Miracle" Mike Bennett, who faces Danny Burch. In a good bout, Bennett would score the victory, putting away Burch with a Miracle in Progress. However, Bennett wouldn't be satisfied with this, attacking Burch after the match. The attack would be short-lived, as Bennett would be chased off by Jack Gallagher. . Before tonight's main event, we see Christopher Daniels, who announces that he's found his two partners for NEO: Revolution. Two men that he knows he can trust to watch his back at all times, and two men who agree with him that this is, in fact, the worst town he has ever been to. As he says this, Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian enter the frame, and all three men yell "SCU" as the segment ends. With this revelation, the NEO: Six-Man tag team title match is now set to be SoCal Uncensored, Gallus, Ohio Versus Everything and the mystery team formerly led by Adam Cole. . Austin Aries VS Bronson Reed Tonight's main event sees Austin Aries do battle with Bronson Reed in one last warm-up match before his clash with Ilja Dragunov to become the inaugural NEO Junior Heavyweight champion. In a great clash, Aries would catch Reed off guard, putting a thumb in his eye as the referee was distracted, laying him out with a Discus Fivearm and drawing the submission with a Last Chancery. Clearly Aries has no intent on stopping with his shady tactics, and he scores a massive victory ahead of his clash with Ilja Dragunov. Aries would celebrate as NEO ends, with the NEO: Revolution card being recapped as the show draws to a close. . NEO World Heavyweight championship: Sami Callihan VS Pete Dunne NEO Junior Heavyweight championship: Austin Aries VS Ilja Dragunov NEO Openweight championship: Adam Cole VS Dave Mastiff NEO Heavyweight Tag Team championship: Mustache Mountain VS Bad Luck Fale/Chase Owens NEO Junior Heavyweight Tag Team championship: Grizzled Young Veterans VS South Wales Subculture NEO Six-Man Openweight Tag Team championship: SoCal Uncensored VS Gallus VS Ohio Versus Everything VS ??? (More matches to be added on the night of the show)
  10. Suddenly, for absolutely no reason, Sailor Meko breaks into Mirage’s mansion and lays him out with a wicked headbutt!
  11. - WWF Heavyweight Championship Hulk Hogan Roddy Piper - WWF Intercontinental Championship Ricky Steamboat - Bruno Sammartino's Retirement Match Big John Studd The North-South Connection Ted DiBiase - WWF Tag Team Championships The British Bulldogs 𝐵𝑜𝑛𝑢𝑠 𝑄𝑢𝑒𝑠𝑡𝑖𝑜𝑛𝑠 Which match will score the highest overall rating? Hogan/Andre Which two WWF women's wrestlers will appear on a WrestleMania episode of Piper's Pit? Richter/Moolah
  12. NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 5 A Block: Zack Gibson beats David Finlay Kenny King beats Sami Callihan Jack Gallagher beats Christopher Daniels Roderick Strong beats Joe Coffey . NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 6 B Block: Wolfgang beats Danny Burch Adam Cole beats Eddie Dennis Austin Aries beats Silas Young Ilja Dragunov beats Pete Dunne . NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 7 A Block: David Finlay beats Christopher Daniels Roderick Strong beats Kenny King Zack Gibson beats Joe Coffey Jack Gallagher beats Sami Callihan . NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 8 B Block: Austin Aries beats Wolfgang Adam Cole beats Silas Young Pete Dunne beats Danny Burch Ilja Dragunov beats Eddie Dennis . NEW ERA OFFENSE: REVOLUTION Joe Coffey beats Kenny King Danny Burch beats Ilja Dragunov Christopher Daniels beats Zack Gibson Silas Young beats Eddie Dennis David Finlay beats Sami Callihan Adam Cole beats Wolfgang Roderivk Strong beats Jack Gallagher Pete Dunne beats Austin Aries . Current standings: . A Block: 8 points: Roderick Strong, Christopher Daniels. 6 points: Sami Callihan, Zack Gibson, Jack Gallagher, Kenny King. 4 points: Joe Coffey, David Finlay. . B Block: 10 points: Pete Dunne, Adam Cole, Ilja Dragunov. 8 points: Austin Aries. 4 points: Silas Young. 2 points: Danny Burch, Wolfgang, Eddie Dennis.
  13. The results of the second round are in, and the winners are... Tommaso Ciampa 9-0 Adrian Neville 9-0 Adam Cole 9-0 Kevin Owens 6-3 No big surprises here, but it's interesting to see Balor's reign fall to Owens. I knew that would be the close one, but I didn't expect quite this result. Now, we're on to the semi-final matches, and the two matches this round are... Tommaso Ciampa VS Adam Cole Adrian Neville VS Kevin Owens As always, respond with your picks for the round. Remember, THIS IS JUDGING THEIR NXT TITLE REIGNS ONLY. Make your decisions with that and only that in mind. . My picks: Tommaso Ciampa, Adrian Neville
  14. Meko750 (Raven)


    The Royal Rumble PPV is soon approaching, but only a few hours before the event begins, a video would be posted on the BPZ Neccework. The area it's filmed in is pitch black, but there's a faint glow peeking out of the darkness. As the camera approaches, we can see that it's a fireplace, and seated near the flames is the face of Raven. Raven sits down and watches the cracking embers, lost entirely in thought, but as he sees the camera approaching, he snaps out of his trance-like state. He continues to stare at the flames, but he then begins to speak. Tomorrow's the night...The BPZ Rumble. I compete in three different matches, all with entirely different goals...I look to win back my United States championship...I look to tear through the entire BPZ roster in the Royal Rumble...But more importantly...I face a man of great importance to me one-on-one...Bob Sparks. Raven then pulls out a picture from his pocket, and he glimpses at it with faint remorse. Raven continues to stare at it for a few seconds before finally turning it to the camera, revealing the picture to be that of... BPZ Judgement Day. Raven holds his newly won NXT championship aloft, having won the gold in a brutal battle royal. Raven turns the image back to himself, lets a faint smile reach his lips...Then tosses the image into the fire. At the time, Judgement Day was the biggest night of my career. I finally won my first championship against all odds...But these past few months, all I've talked about was how I beat KENJI to win the gold. The reality is, the man who entered the bout with the hold around his waist was...Bob Sparks. It was our second encounter, and unlike the first...I emerged victorious on this night. For a while, this made my career... As Raven says this, he reaches into his pocket for another picture. He looks at the image and turns it back to the camera, revealing the image of... BPZ SummerSlam. Raven won his second NXT title on this night, becoming one of only a few men to do so. Raven turns the image back to himself and lets another grin loose, before once again throwing it into the fire. BPZ SummerSlam was actually not as big for me as most people think...I won my second NXT championship, but it was what happened after the show that made all the difference...I was approached by a man...A legend of BPZ Wrestling...And that man was Slim. Slim was finally back from his lengthy hiatus, and he was looking to take no prisoners...He approached me after the show and told me...I was the future. He said he'd help me hone my craft and become more than I ever was before...And he believed that I would be the man to fill his spot when he finally decided to call it a career. He offered me an invitation to be his right hand man...I told him I just need two months. Two months to win NXT again and cement myself in the record books. Slim respected that decision, but he told me that he couldn't wait any longer to start his takeover...So what did I tell him? "Hey, that Bob Sparks kid is insanely talented. Maybe he'd be worth recruiting?" Slim listened to me, and it turns out, I was right...He was worth recruiting. Bob betrayed Bailey without a second thought and joined Slim's ranks, and suddenly, he was the hottest star in the company all over again. Soon after that, Halloween Havoc was upon us, and I won my third and final NXT championship...Slim revealed that I was with Descent this whole time...And us three were unstoppable. Then came Survivor Series, a show centered around stable warfare, headlined by Creed and Bulletproof...But the three of us walked away with the spoils. Raven pauses one more time, and reaches into his pocket to pull out another picture. Raven turns this to the camera, and reveals the sight of... The immediate aftermath of BPZ Survivor Series. Slim in the middle, fresh off his Survival Games victory...Bob Sparks behind him, Premium championship in hand...And Raven, the new United States champion. Raven looks at the image again, but crumples this one up into a ball and throws it in. The three of us...On top of the world. We entered Survivor Series an afterthought and ended the show with everyone talking about us. We were an unstoppable trio... Raven then stops talking, with his mouth slowly curling into a scowl. Raven reaches into his pocket one last time and pulls out an image, the most recent of all... Firing Squad. Led by Bob Sparks. Standing tall over Raven. Raven doesn't even turn this picture back to himself, instead tossing into the fire without hesitation. ...Then you betrayed us. Ever since Survivor Series, Slim knew you weren't loyal...But we desperately didn't want to believe it. We gave you a month to distance yourself from Bulletproof, end your scheming and rejoin your family, but you refused to take the opportunity...We had no choice. We had to put you down. Bob, we came up in this company together...We both debuted after BPZ Mania IV, we both took NXT by storm in different ways...We beat the living hell out of each other on multiple occasions. I even threatened to kill you...But through all of that...We formed a bond. A brotherhood. Make no mistake, that's what you were to me...A brother. And I know Slim said I was the future, but let's be honest...Slim always saw more in you. You drew the ire of one of the greatest legends in this company without hesitation you won every title you ever set out for...You were the hottest star in the company on multiple occasions. I may have been Slim's first pick...But you were his greatest. But that just wasn't enough for you, Bob. I know you lost your real family...But you finally had two men who looked at you like you were their own flesh and blood. Don Dada isn't just a nickname, Bob...That man was willing to give you everything to make you succeed. Instead, you managed to prove one thing...You always were a snake. You have no loyalties. You have no honor. You gave up the love and loyalty of two men for just another spot in a nameless sea of seven. You wanted the easy route...Four months ago, Bob, I stuck my neck out for you...And that's where you chose to plunge the knife. Raven then turns his gaze directly to the camera, the flames of the fireplace dancing in his intense eyes. Now, the task falls to me...Royal Rumble will be the hardest night of my career, not because I have three matches...But because I have to put down a man I once saw as a brother. A man who never knew the meaning of loyalty...Of family. Maybe I don't have a chance in hell of winning, maybe you really were always better than me, maybe I'm spreading myself too thin for some self-imposed feeling of obligation or revenge...But I don't care. Bring all your little Bulletproof buddies with you, bring the entire goddamn BPZ roster with you for all I care...I'm gonna beat the hell out of you. Even if I go down, I'll do down swinging...I'll give you scars that will never fade, just like you did to your former "family." I'll light the goddamn spark, alright...The spark that will send your career up in flames. At the Royal Rumble, you will die...Just like your wife died...Just like your children died...I don't care if I go down with you...I'm gonna do everything in my power to end your FUCKING LIFE! As Raven says this, the video feed cuts off, leaving the lasting image we see of the Messenger of Death, fire in his eyes and ready for his grudge match at the Royal Rumble.
  15. New Japan Pro Wrestling Best of the Super Juniors B Block: Yoshinobu Kanemaru VS Chase Owens The first edition of New Japan to kick off the new decade sees the first round of the Best of the Super Junior's B Block, as Suzuki-Gun's Yohsinobu Kanemaru faces Chase Owens, who makes his return to the Junior Heavyweight division. In a good opener filled with a lot of interference by both sides, Suzuki-Gun would come out on top, with Kanemaru catching Owens with Deep Impact and scoring his first two points in the 2020 Best of the Super Juniors. . Best of the Super Juniors B Block: Dezmond Xavier VS Alex Shelley Our next bout in the B Block sees one-half of the IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag team champions, Alex Shelley, do battle with The Rascalz's Dezmond Xavier. In a fantastic bout, Shelley would score the victory, his first as apart of Daniel Bryan's new stable, putting away Dez with a Slicebread. . Best of the Super Juniors B Block: Robbie Eagles VS Buddy Murphy Our next bout sees one of CHAOS's leading Junior Heavyweights, Robbie Eagles, do battle with Buddy Murphy, who had a disappointing outing in Junior Tag League alongside Tony Nese. In a great bout, Eagles would score the victory, putting away Murphy with Warp 4.5 and scoring two points to kick off his Best of the Super Juniors. . Best of the Super Juniors B Block: Drew Gulak VS El Phantasmo Our second to last match of the Best of the Super Juniors opening round sees Suzuki-Gun member Drew Gulak do battle with Bullet Club's premier Junior Heavyweight, El Phantasmo. In a fantastic bout, ELP would pick up the victory, putting away Gulak with the CR II and earning two points. . Best of the Super Juniors B Block: Davey Richards VS Mustafa Ali The final match of the B Block's opening round sees one third of the NEVER six-man tag team champions, Davey Richards, do battle with Mustafa Ali. In a fantastic bout, Richards would put away Ali with a Shooting Star Press, earning an early two points and kicking off his BOSJ strong. . Suzuki-Gun (Matt Morgan, Lance Archer, Shelton X Benjamin) VS Taguchi-Japan (Ryusuke Taguchi, Toru Yano, Togi Makabe) Our next bout sees former NEVER Six-Man tag team champions, the current members of Taguchi-Japan, do battle with Lance Archer and the two newest additions to Suzuki-Gun's ranks, Matt Morgan and Shelton X Benjamin. In a good bout, Matt Morgan would score the victory for Suzuki-Gun, putting away Yano with the Hellevator. Now equipped with Morgan and Benjamin, Suzuki-Gun looks to be as terrifying as ever, and with the New Japan Cup starting next week, Suzuki-Gun might be on the prowl to take as much gold from Honor Rising as possible. . Tomohiro Ishii, David Finlay, Juice Robinson VS Caristico, Titan, Volador Jr. Our next bout sees CHAOS' Tomohiro Ishii join FinJuice against three of New Japan's newest stars, Caristico, Titan and Volador Jr. In a great bout, Ishii and FinJuice would score the victory, with Juice putting away Volador with Pulp Friction. After the match, the three men would celebrate together, but as FinJuice tried to leave the ring, Ishii would stop them. Ishii grabs a microphone and simply asks them "Are you CHAOS?" Both men consider the offer, and after a few seconds of deliberation, they accept Ishii's offer, now officially joining CHAOS's ranks. . AJ Styles VS Sami Callihan (Winner Takes Control of Bullet Club) With AJ Styles bursting back on the scene in NJPW at Wrestle Kingdom to help Sami Callihan win the United States championship, the question of who will be in charge of Bullet Club was raised. Both men would agree to settle the dispute in the ring, and tonight's main event will determine who leads the faction in the final week before the New Japan Cup begins. In a fantastic main event, AJ Styles would score the victory and reclaim his spot on top of Bullet Club, putting away Callihan with a Styles Clash. After the match, AJ Styles and Sami Callihan would be joined by the remaining members of Bullet Club. Jake Crist, Dave Crist, Madman Fulton, Taiji Ishimori, El Phantasmo, Chase Owens, Bad Luck Fale, Karl Anderson and DOC Gallows would all enter the ring, and the ten other men would stand behind their leader as he cuts a promo. AJ says that even though he took a brief trip to WWE and took over there alongside Gallows and Anderson, now that he's back, he's gonna bring New Japan back to where it was when he was on top. He knows that Daniel Bryan's little stable, "Honor Rising," holds all the gold in New Japan right now, but the New Japan Cup will begin next week, and AJ makes it clear that he's coming for Daniel Bryan and the IWGP World Heavyweight championship. As AJ says this, New Japan signs off for the night, and the current BOSJ 2020 standings are displayed. . Current Best of the Super Juniors standings: A Block: 2 points: Rocky Romero, Ryusuke Taguchi, Tony Nese, Eddie Edwards, TJP. 0 points: Will Ospreay, Chris Sabin, El Desperado, Caristico, Taiji Ishimori. B Block: 2 points: Davey Richards, El Phantasmo, Yoshinobu Kanemaru, Robbie Eagles, Alex Shelley. 0 points: Buddy Murphy, Mustafa Ali, Drew Gulak, Chase Owens, Dezmond Xavier.
  16. Womens Battle Royal (Marti Belle, Jamie Hayer, Zoe Lucas, Velvet Sky, Kiera Hogan, Jenny Rose) Velvet Brian Milonas vs Jay Lethal Lethal 4 Way Tag Team Match: The New Heavenly Bodies vs The Boys vs Rhett Titus and Vincent vs Tyler Bateman and Ryan Nova The Boys Main Show The Briscoe Brothers (c) vs The Colons - ROH Tag Team Titles Briscoes Bully Ray vs Cabana Bully Cass w/ Summer (c) vs Dalton Castle - ROH Television Title Castle Lucha Style (c) vs Villain Enterprises - ROH Six Man Tag Team Titles VE Mayu Iwatani (c) vs Angelina Love - ROH Women of Honor Title Mayu Marty Scrull (c) vs Matt Sydal - ROH World Heavyweight Title Scurll Bonus Questions Who will be the new 4th member of Villain Enterprises? ZSJ What will be the highest rated match on the card? Scurll/Sydal Who will get the most eliminations in the Womens Battle Royal? Velvet Sky
  17. NXT Episode 39 Heroes Eventually Die VS Noam Dar/Ariya Daivari Our next bout sees the NXT tag team champions, Kassius Ohno and Aleister Black, take on Noam Dar in Ariya Daivari. In a quick bout, Heroes Eventually Die would score the victory, putting away Daivari with the Black Mass. No matter who wins tonight between DIY 2.0 and the Street Profits, they're certain to be in for a rough night against Heroes Eventually Die at TakeOver: Philadelphia. After the match, Kassius Ohno and Aleister Black cut a promo on the number one contender's match for their tag team titles later tonight. Ohno says he respects DIY 2.0 for putting their title shot on the line, but it doesn't matter if it's DIY 2.0 or the Street Profits, Heroes Eventually Die has no plans on dropping these titles. However, before they can continue, they're attacked by the former champions, the Authors of Pain! Luckily for Heroes Eventually Die, Red Dragon runs out to make the save, and Ohno, Black, Fish and O'Reilly are able to run off the two behemoths. . NXT then cuts backstage to the NXT champion, Mustafa Ali, and Cruiserweight champion, Cedric Alexander. The two men reminisce on their memories of 205 Live, and they say they're proud of how far the Cruiserweight division has come since being integrated into NXT. Ali says he looks forward to finding out his Philadelphia challenger next week, but Cedric tells him that he already knows the answer, because he's standing right in front of him. The two men laugh and shake hands, and Ali wishes Cedric luck in his number one contender's match next week. . Street Profits VS DIY 2.0 (NXT Tag Team title number one contender's match) Next, we see DIY 2.0 take on the Street Profits for the right to face Heroes Eventually Die at TakeOver: Philadelphia, a match that happened after DIY 2.0 won the fatal four-way ladder match, but Oney Lorcan granted the Profits' request at a rematch. In a hard hitting clash, DIY 2.0 would score the victory and keep hold of their title match, putting away Angelo Dawkins with a Superkick/Kneestrike combination. DIY 2.0 have secured their place at TakeOver: Philadelphia against Heroes Eventually Die, and with wins like this, they very well could be the team to sethrone the hard-hitting champions. . NXT then cuts to another of the number one contender's fatal four way participants, as Roderick Strong is seen backstage, expressing his joy at picking up the biggest win of his career so far last week. Strong says he's been in NXT for a while, but he's never managed to put everything together well enough to earn championship gold. Now, he has the biggest opportunity of his career to do so, and he won't waste it next week. . Just before tonight's main event, we see TJP join Triple H in his office. TJP says he wants another match with Akira Tozawa, as he feels the man is an impressive and gifted competitor and he wants another match with him. Triple H agrees to this request, knowing that TJP and Tozawa can always be counted on to have a good match, and the rematch is made official for next week. . Shane Thorne VS Gran Metalik VS Adam Cole VS Bobby Roode (NXT championship number one contender's qualifying match) Our main event sees Shane Thorne, Gran Metalik, Adam Cole and former NXT champion Bobby Roode do battle to earn the final spot in next week's number one contender's match for the NXT championship. In a fantastic main event, Adam Cole would pick up the victory, hitting Bobby Roode with a superkick after he hit Gran Metalik with a Glorious DDT. Adam Cole picks up the biggest victory of his NXT career, and next week, the match is set, as Adam Cole will face Roderick Strong, Lars Sullivan and Cedric Alexander. Only one of these four men can win and go on to face Mustafa Ali for the NXT championship at TakeOver: Philadelphia, and NXT closes with Adam Cole celebrating.
  18. Name: Raven Which wrestler do you want to look like?: Lance Archer Birth Date: April 21, 1990 Gender: Male Race: White Nationality: American What Languages do you speak?: English Based in/What Promotion are you in: Based in Britain, can work anywhere Body Type: Toned Size: Heavyweight Maximum Size: Super Heavyweight Moveset: Lance Archer Face or Heel: Heel Finisher: Raven Claw (EBD Claw), Brainbuster Style of Wrestling: Brawler Any other things we should know?: None
  19. NEW ERA OFFENSE: REVOLUTION A Block: Joe Coffey VS Sami Callihan On the first ever edition of NEO's monthly PPV event, Revolution, we will see the third round for both Blocks in the tournament to crown the first ever NEO World champion. Our first match of the tournament's third round sees the A Block in action, as Joe Coffey takes on Sami Callihan. In a good bout, Callihan would put Coffey away with the Cactus Driver, earning another win and moving up to a so-far perfect six points. . B Block: Danny Burch VS Silas Young Our next bout sees two men currently without a victory in the B Block do action, as Danny Burch faces Silas Young. Young would manage to put away Burch, earning his first two points and potentially marking the beginning of a late-tournament comeback. . A Block: Jack Gallagher VS David Finlay Our next A Block match sees Gentleman Jack Gallagher do battle with David Finlay, with both men currently winless so far. In a great bout, Gallagher picks up a crucial victory, putting away Finlay with the Gentleman's Headbutt and scoring his first two points of the tournament. . B Block: Ilja Dragunov VS Wolfgang B Block action carries on as Ilja Dragunov looks to continue his so-far undefeated streak in NEO against Wolfgang, who still doesn't have a point to his name. Unfortunately, Wolfie's woes wouldn't change, as Dragunov picks up another impressive victory, moving up to six points in the B Block. . A Block: Kenny King VS Christopher Daniels We continue with A Block action next, as Christopher Daniels does battle with Kenny King, with both men currently seated at a perfect four points. Ultimately, Daniels would score the victory, ending King's undefeated streak and picking up a perfect score of six points so far. . B Block: Pete Dunne VS Eddie Dennis The B Block rolls on with the Bruiserweight, Pete Dunne, doing battle with Eddie Dennis. Dunne would score the decisive victory, putting Dennis away with the Bitter End and moving to a currently perfect six points, joining Ilja Dragunov at the top of the block. . A Block: Zack Gibson VS Roderick Strong The final match of the A Block's third round sees Zack Gibson do battle with Roderick Strong, who doesn't have a win to his name so far. Strong's woes would finally come to an end here, as he puts away Zack Gibson with the End of Heartache and gains his first two points of the tournament. . B Block: Adam Cole VS Austin Aries Tonight's main event, and the final match of the B Block's third round, sees the so-far undefeated Austin Aries do battle with Adam Cole, who currently sits at two points after an upset loss to Ilja Dragunov. In a fantastic main event, Cole would score the victory, putting away Aries with the Last Shot and moving up to a strong four points. NEO's first ever Revolution PPV closes with Adam Cole celebrating his win. . Current standings: A Block: 6 points: Sami Callihan, Christopher Daniels. 4 points: Kenny King. 2 points: Zack Gibson, Roderick Strong, Joe Coffey, Jack Gallagher. 0 points: David Finlay. . B Block: 6 points: Ilja Dragunov, Pete Dunne. 4 points: Adam Cole, Austin Aries. 2 points: Eddie Dennis, Silas Young. 0 points: Danny Burch, Wolfgang.
  20. NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 1 The first ever episode of New Era Offense kicks off with the general manager, Drake Maverick, in the middle of the ring. Maverick wastes no time, announcing that the inaugural NEO World Champion will be decided in three months at NEO's monthly event, NEO: Revolution. To determine the first ever champion, sixteen of NEO's best athletes will compete in a two-block, round robin tournament, with the winners of each block facing each other in three months at NEO: Revolution to determine the first ever NEO World champion. Points will be awarded with two points going to a winner, one point going to both men in a draw, and no points awarded to the loser. Maverick announces that the first round of the A Block will start tonight, with the B Block beginning next week, and the first match will happen right now. . A Block: Joe Coffey VS David Finlay The first match in the A Block in the tournament to decide the first ever NEO World champion kicks off, and we see Joe Coffey do battle with David Finlay. In a good opener, Coffey would pick up the victory, putting Finlay away with All That's Best For the Bells, earning an early two points in the tournament. . A Block: Kenny King VS Jack Gallagher Our next match in the A Block sees Kenny King do battle with the Extraordinary Gentleman, Jack Gallagher. King would score the victory over Gallagher, picking up an early two points in a bit of an upset to kick off his tournament. . A Block: Zack Gibson VS Sami Callihan Next, we see Liverpool's number one, Zack Gibson, take on The Draw of NEO, Sami Callihan. In a clash of styles, Callihan would win out, putting away Gibson with a Cactus Driver and scoring an early two points. . A Block: Roderick Strong VS Christopher Daniels Finally, tonight's main event sees two veterans of their craft do battle, as Christopher Daniels takes on Roderick Strong. In a fantastic main event, Daniels would score the victory, putting Strong away with the Best Moonsault Ever and earning two points in the main event of the very first episode of NEO. . NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 2 B Block: Eddie Dennis VS Wolfgang Episode 2 of NEO kicks off with the first match of the B Block to determine the first ever NEO World champion, as Eddie Dennis takes on Wolfgang. In a good match, Dennis would put away the big man, scoring an early two points. . B Block: Pete Dunne VS Silas Young Our next match sees the Bruiserweight, Pete Dunne, do battle with the last real man, Silas Young. In a great bout, Dunne would score the win over his bigger opponent, putting him away with a Bitter End and scoring two points in the process. . B Block: Danny Burch VS Austin Aries Our semi-main event sees the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived, Austin Aries, do battle with Danny Burch. In a good bout, Aries would force the submission from Burch with Last Chancery, scoring an early two points for one of NEO's biggest stars. . B Block: Adam Cole VS Ilja Dragunov Finally, tonight's main event sees Adam Cole do battle with Ilja Dragunov. In a shocking upset, Dragunov would score the victory over Cole, catching him off guard with a roll-up and scoring two points in the main event. . NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 3 A Block: Kenny King VS David Finlay Episode 3 sees the second round of A Block action, as Kenny King does battle with David Finlay. In a good bout, King would score yet another victory, moving up to an early four points in the A Block. . A Block: Zack Gibson VS Jack Gallagher The next match sees two men who couldn't score a win last week do battle, as Zack Gibson takes on Jack Gallagher. In a great match, Gibson would score the victory, drawing a submission with Shankley Gates and picking up two points in the process. . A Block: Joe Coffey VS Christopher Daniels From two men who lost last week to two men who both scores victory last week, our next match sees Joe Coffey take on Christopher Daniels. Daniels would manage to eke out the victory over Coffey, moving to an impressive early four points. . A Block: Sami Callihan VS Roderick Strong Tonight's man event sees Sami Callihan do battle with the Messiah of the Backbreaker, Roderick Strong. In a great match, Callihan would score another two points, putting Roddy away with the Cactus Driver. Callihan, Coffey and King now lead the A Block at four points as episode three comes to a close. . NEW ERA OFFENSE EPISODE 4 B Block: Silas Young VS Ilja Dragunov Episode 4 of NEO begins with Ilja Dragunov taking on Silas Young. Dragunov would put Young away, scoring another two points and leading the B Block early after last week's upset over Adam Cole. . B Block: Austin Aries VS Eddie Dennis Next, we see two men look to gain another two points and move up to four, as Austin Aries takes on Eddie Dennis. Aries would pick up another victory, forcing Dennis to submit to Last Chancery and moving to four points in the B Block. . B Block: Wolfgang VS Pete Dunne Our next bout sees two of the UK's finest do battle, as Pete Dunne faces Wolfgang. Dunne would pick up another victory, also moving to four points in the process, by putting away Wolfie with the Bitter End. . B Block: Adam Cole VS Ilja Dragunov Finally, tonight's main event sees Adam Cole look for redemption after last week's shocking upset, this time facing Danny Burch. In a fantastic main event, Cole would score the victory, putting away Burch with the Last Shot and getting back on the winning track as episode 4 draws to a close.
  21. The results of the first round are in, and the winners are... Tommaso Ciampa 9-0 Adrian Neville 9-0 Finn Balor 7-2 Adam Cole 8-1 Big E 5-4 Kevin Owens 8-1 Shinsuke Nakamura 5-4 Aleister Black 6-3 Ciampa, Neville, Balor, Cole and Owens winning weren't unexpected, but Big E, Nakamura and Black pulling out surprising victories I wasn't expecting in the first round. Let's see if they can keep up the momentum in round two, and the matches are... Tommaso Ciampa VS Big E Adrian Neville VS Aleister Black Adam Cole VS Shinsuke Nakamura Kevin Owens VS Finn Balor As always, respond with your picks for the round. Remember, THIS IS JUDGING THEIR NXT TITLE REIGNS ONLY. Make your decisions with that and only that in mind. . My picks: Tommaso Ciampa, Adrian Neville, Adam Cole, Kevin Owens
  22. SmackDown Episode 39 The Ascension VS Breezango SmackDown kicks off with two teams who desperately need a win after recent stagnation in the tag division, with The Ascension taking on Breezango. In a good bout, The Ascension would score the much needed win, putting away Fandango with the Fall of Man and picking up some momentum in this recently tumultuous tag division. . SmackDown then cuts backstage to Shane McMahon, who announces that next week, the number one contender to the WWE title, Shinsuke Nakamura, will team with old friends Tye Dillinger and Dolph Ziggler against British Strong Style in a huge Summer Slam rematch. Shane also announces that next week, Randy Orton will face Bray Wyatt, giving Wyatt a chance at revenge against his former friend. . Rusev VS Kofi Kingston Our next match sees Rusev do battle with New Day member Kofi Kingston, with both men picking up huge victories at Battleground, only to fall in last week's number one contender's match. In a good bout, Rusev would pick up the victory, putting Kofi away with the Accolade. After the match, Rusev would grab a microphone and demand that he get a match against AJ Styles for the United States championship. Rusev claims that AJ's been in his way constantly, and if he can get AJ one-on-one, he knows that he will come out on top. Shane doesn't answer, causing Rusev to attack Kofi again, but he leaves as Big E and Xavier Woods quickly make the save. . Naomi/Lana VS Asuka/Kairi Sane VS Dana Brooke/Maryse VS The Riott Squad (SmackDown Women's tag team titles number one contender's match) SmackDown's main event sees four teams do battle in hopes of dethroning The IIconics in two weeks for the SmackDown women's tag team titles. Asuka would impress in only her second main roster match, this time alongside newly healthy Kairi Sane, but a cowardly attack by Naomi and Lana on Kairi would lead to Asuka running after them, with Kairi joining her soon after. This distraction would give the Riott Squad an opening, and Liv Morgan would put away Dana Brooke due to the distraction, earning former championsThe Riott Squad another chance at the SmackDown women's tag team titles. SmackDown ends with The Riott Squad celebrating, looking forward to a championship match in two weeks.

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