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  1. BREAKING NEWS Immediately after the announcement of the new rosters in BPZ, the Evolve GM, Neb, makes a huge announcement posted on the BPZ website. The post begins by stating that due to the protests of Aaron North and Jason Ryan, who wish to remain with their Cure leader Gunner Flynn, a trade has been worked out to where Aaron and Jason will be turned over to Evolve in exchange for Jo Nathan and Nathan Sawyer. Though seemingly coming out on the losing end of this trade, Neb states that he doesn't wish to employ unhappy competitors, and he sees a lot of potential in the two newest men joining the Evolve roster. However, the more important announcement is that starting on Evolve's return episode, we will see the beginning of a B1 tournament. Two blocks of ten men each will do battle in round robin action, where the winners of each respective block will compete against each other. The winner of this bout will be the first ever winner of the B1 and will compete at BPZ Mania 5 for the BPZ World championship, currently held by Julius. The blocks will be separated as such: A Block: Julius, Ropati, Jonathan, KENJI, Kieron, Keirso, Brian Gillman, Death Angel, Akki and Jo Nathan. B Block: Arius, Bart, Marker, Raven, Josh Scott, Hollow, Alex Costa, Maasa, Nathan Sawyer, and Epic. It is also stated that if Julius or whoever the BPZ World champion is at the time wins the B1, they will decide their challenger at BPZ Mania, with the caveat that it must be an opponent who scored a victory over them in the tournament if applicable. The first ever B1 tournament will kick off on the return episode of Evolve, where we will see the first round of the A Block.
  2. New Japan Pro Wrestling World Tag League: SoCal Uncensored VS The Mighty Don't Kneel NJPW kicks off with the first match of the final round of World Tag League 2019, as we see the two already eliminated teams of SoCal Uncensored and The Mighty Don't Kneel face off. Continuing the fantastic late tournament showing, we would see Scorpio Sky pick up the victory for SCU, putting away Nick Miller with a 450 splash and ensuring they finish the tournament at eight points. . Junior Tag League: TJP/Drew Gulak VS Tony Nese/Buddy Murphy NJPW first match of the final round of the 2019 Junior Tag League sees two eliminated teams, made up entirely of former WWE Cruiserweight champions, do battle. Suzuki-Gun members TJP and Drew Gulak do battle with Tony Nese and Buddy Murphy, with both teams looking for a last minute victory. In a stellar bout, it would be the new Suzuki-Gun duo who pull out the victory, with TJP forcing Tony Nese to submit to a Kneebar. . World Tag League: Imperium VS Los Ingobernables de Japon Our next match of World Tag League sees Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel look to play spoiler against EVIL and SANADA, who vowed alongside Tetsuya Naito to leave NJPW and take as much gold with them as possible. However, the LIJ duos hopes of making it a three-peat in World Tag League would be crushed, as Fabian Aichner puts away EVIL with a Powerbomb and moves Imperium to a final score of eight points. . Junior Tag League: The Young Bucks VS The Rascalz The second match of Junior Tag League's final round sees The Young Bucks do battle with Trey and Wentz of The Rascalz, with both teams in good position to win Junior Tag League if they score a victory here. Unfortunately for the former Impact wrestling stalwarts, The Young Bucks would score the victory, putting away Wentz with a Meltzer Driver and edging out the other current block leaders at 11 points. . World Tag League: Mustache Mountain VS Suzuki-Gun The third World Tag League bout of the night sees Mustache Mountain, currently in do or die territory, take on the Suzuki-Gun duo of Lance Archer and Zack Sabre Jr. In a great bout, Suzuki-Gun would not be able to play spoiler, as ZSJ fell to a Tyler Driver '97. Mustache Mountain now sits at 12 points, in potentially risky territory for World Tag League at this point, but still very winnable. . Junior Tag League: Taiji Ishimori/El Phantasmo VS The Irish Airborne Our third Junior Tag League match of the night sees two Bullet Club teams finally do battle, as Taiji Ishimori and El Phantasmo take on Jake and Dave Crist, flanked by Sami Callihan. Initially, Jake and Dave would order ELP to lay down and let them pin him, ensuring their spot in the finals, but Sami Callihan would stop them, telling both teams he wants them to show him what they're made of. Both teams would oblige, and in a fantastic match, Taiji Ishimori would score the victory, putting away Dave with a Bloody Cross. The two Bullet Club teams would then argue after the match, Jake and Dave feeling robbed by their own stablemates, but Sami is able to calm them down as Bullet Club exits. . World Tag League: Most Violent Players VS Guerrillas of Destiny Our penultimate World Tag League match sees the Most Violent Players attempt to play spoiler against the Guerrillas of Destiny, who only need one more win to cement their spot in the World Tag League finals. Ultimately, the Bullet Club duo would do just that, putting away Yano with a Powerbomb/Neckbreaker combination and moving up to a lucky 13 points. The Guerrillas of Destiny are now the first team confirmed for the World Tag League finals, and we will determine if Roppongi 3K or The Revival will join them later tonight. . Junior Tag League: Mustafa Ali/Cedric Alexander VS Suzuki-Gun Our penultimate Junior Tag League tournament bout sees Mustafa Ali and Cedric Alexander take on El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru of Suzuki-Gun. A victory here would guarantee the Suzuki-Gun tandem a spot in the finals, while Ali and Alexander would need to win this match and hope for a double count-out or disqualification between the Undisputed Era and the Motor City Machine Guns to make it to the finals. However, Ali and Alexander would manage to play spoiler tonight, with Ali putting away Kanemaru with an 054 and moving the former WWE Cruiserweights to 10 points. . World Tag League: Roppongi 3K VS The Revival Finally, we reach tonight's main event, which will determine the Guerrillas of Destiny's challengers in the World Tag League finals. The former WWE stalwarts, The Revival, do battle with the aces of the Junior Heavyweight division, SHO and YOH of Roppongi 3K. In a fantastic match, The Revival would score the decisive victory, putting away YOH with a Shatter Machine. With this victory, The Revival moves to 13 points and will face the Guerrillas of Destiny in a rematch to determine the winners of World Tag League 2019. . Junior Tag League: Undisputed Era VS Motor City Machine Guns Our final match before the finals of Junior Tag League 2019 sees Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly do battle with the IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag team champions, the Motor City Machine Guns, with the winners set to do battle with the Young Bucks in the tournament finals. Although the former reDRagon would put up a strong fight, the Guns simply would not be denied on this night, putting away O'Reilly with Made in Detroit and securing their place in the tournament finals. After the match, we would see Yuji Nagata make his way down to the ring. He says that although it's unprecedented, he recognizes that both sets of tag team champions have punched their ticket to the finals of their respective tag leagues. With this in mind, Nagata announces that for the first time ever, we would see both the World Tag League finals AND Junior Tag League finals take place at Wrestle Kingdom! And not only will the World Tag League victory be on the line, but both sets of tag titles will be on the line as well. This means that at Wrestle Kingdom, The Revival will do battle with the Guerrillas of Destiny for the IWGP Heavyweight tag team titles AND for the World Tag League 2019 victory, while the Young Bucks will face the Motor City Machine Guns for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag team titles AND for the Junior Tag League 2019 victory! Nagata wishes all four teams luck, and the final episode of NJPW before Wrestle Kingdom closes, displaying the final tag league standings before the tournament finals at Wrestle Kingdom. . Final standings: World Tag League: 13 points: The Revival, Guerrillas of Destiny. 12 points: Roppongi 3K, Mustache Mountain. 10 points: Los Ingobernables de Japon. 8 points: Suzuki-Gun, SoCal Uncensored, Imperium. 4 points: The Mighty Don't Kneel. 2 points: Most Violent Players. . World Tag League 2019 Finals: Guerrillas of Destiny VS The Revival . Junior Tag League: 11 points: Motor City Machine Guns, The Young Bucks. 10 points: Suzuki-Gun, Undisputed Era, The Irish Airborne, The Rascalz, Taiji Ishimori/El Phantasmo, Mustafa Ali/Cedric Alexander. 4 points: Tony Nese/Buddy Murphy, TJP/Drew Gulak. . Junior Tag League 2019 Finals: The Young Bucks VS Motor City Machine Guns
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  4. Name: Sailor Meko Age: 14 Gender: Female Kingdom: Iron Islands Title: Nobility House: Greyjoy Personality: Bubbly and optimistic, even despite the horrors constantly surrounding her, Meko is clumsy and overly emotional, but she always tries to keep a positive outlook. Appearance:
  5. Survivor Series rolls on with our next match, a huge, star-studded fatal five-way for the United States championship. The lights fade to black, and the audience expects to see Raven. However, they aren't greeted by the familiar caw of the Raven. Instead, a loud EVERYBODY DIES echoes throughout the arena, before the audience is greeted by the familiar theme. Raven enters, but notably without his facepaint. He enters with a slight limp and tape covering various parts of his body, him clearly not recovered from his grueling war with FDS a week ago. However, Raven doesn't appear even slightly deterred, and is ready to fight for the United States championship here tonight. Out next, we see Arrow Thunderman, who suffered a heartbreaking loss to Josh Scott on the Survivor Series pre-show a few hours earlier. Arrow enters with total focus on claiming United States championship gold, and he could very well be a dark horse to pull off the shock. Third out is Bizzy, who was noticably absent during the build for this match. Despite this, Bizzy is here on the night, and he looks to claim United States championship gold. The next participant is Jason Ryan, who recently had a decisive victory over Arrow a few weeks ago on Carnage. Now, Jason enters the ring, his eyes locked with his former rival as he enters the ring. Out finally, we hear the infamous theme of Bulletproof and see the United States champion, Mikey, make his entrance. Mikey has a huge match later in tonight's main event, but for right now, he must focus on the four men vying for his championship. Mikey enters, a smug grin on his face, and he hands the United States title to the referee. However, just as he relinquishes the gold to the official, Raven attacks him from behind! With this attack, the bell rings and all five men begin to brawl. After the clothesline from Raven, Mikey rolls out of the ring while Bizzy attacks the former three-time NXT champion. As this happens, Jason Ryan and Arrow renew hostilities in the corner. Bizzy rains down strikes on his foe, staggering the injured Raven. Bizzy then bounces off the ropes and charges into Raven, looking for his Spear early, but as he does, he's caught by the throat! Raven then lifts Bizzy into the air and slams him down with a monstrous chokeslam, an attack Raven has never unleashed before. Raven then attempts an early cover, but Arrow and Jason both quit their brawl to break up the pin. Both men begin to attack Raven, but he's able to push them both away. However, he's then attacked from behind by the US champion, Mikey. All three men start laying into the British Psycho, and he's unable to fend off the assault. Mikey then orders Arrow and Jason to push Raven out of the ring, which they do. Mikey then follows the two men out of the ring, and he orders them to begin to lift up Raven. However, he pushes Arrow and Jason away violently and grabs Mikey by the throat, looking for another chokeslam on the outside. Before he can lay out the US champion, Arrow returns and swings a steel chair into Raven's injured knee. Raven then crumbles to one knee, and the three men push Raven back to the announce table. Mikey then orders Arrow and Jason to lift up Raven by the sides, and as they do, Mikey grabs him in powerbomb position. The three men then drive Raven through the announce table, essentially eliminating him from the match in the process. After dealing with their foe, Arrow and Jason Ryan renew hostilities, with Arrow grabbing the steel chair from earlier and attempting to swing it at Jason. Jason is able to duck this and lays into Arrow with repeated right hands. As this happens, Mikey backs away from the two rivals, looking to pick his spots and wait for an opportunity. This would come back to bite Mikey, as while he backs away and rounds the ring, he's caught by surprise with a... Suicide dive from Bizzy! Bizzy sends Mikey crashing into the ringside barricade! Bizzy then throws the United States champion back into the ring and makes the cover, but Mikey quickly kicks out. Bizzy then sizes up Mikey, looking to plow through the Bulletproof member with a spear, but as he does, he's pulled out of the ring by Jason Ryan! Bizzy yells at Jason that he was about to finish off Mikey, but before he can, Jason is met with a steel chair shot from Arrow! Jason falls to the floor and Arrow tries to swing again, but Bizzy ducks, the chair instead connecting with the steel ring post. The shockwaves from the impact cause Arrow to drop the chair, and as he does, Bizzy rams Arrow with a spear! With Jason and Arrow out of commission, Bizzy turns his attention back to the United States champion. Bizzy re-enters the ring, but as he does, Mikey springs into action and attacks Bizzy while he enters. Mikey then taunts his wounded foe, reminding him that last time, Mikey pinned Bizzy to retain his title. Mikey then lifts Bizzy onto his shoulders, in position for the Shattered Illusion, but Bizzy is able to fight out of it this time. As Mikey turns, he's greeted by... Adrenaline from Bizzy! Bizzy using Mikey's own signature move against the United States champion! Mikey falls to his knees after the vicious move. Bizzy then sizes up Mikey again, looking for a Spear, and just as Mikey begins to rise, Bizzy bounds off the ropes. As Bizzy charges at Mikey, he's leveled by... Adrenaline! Mikey paying back Bizzy in spades with a monstrous Adrenaline! Mikey then lifts Bizzy back up and places his downed opponent onto his shoulders, looking to put away his foe with... Shattered Illusions! Mikey then tries to cover his foe, but as he does, Jason Ryan charges in and breaks up the cover at the last second! Jason then attempts to cover Bizzy himself, but Mikey pushes him away. Mikey and Jason then have a tense staredown and begin to trade stiff right hands. Jason gets the upper hand, pushing Mikey back to the ropes, but as he winds up for a massive strike, Mikey ducks and pulls down the ropes, sending Jason over. Jason remains on the ring apron, but before he can react, Mikey quickly follows up with... A spear to the outside! Mikey just wiped out both Jason Ryan and himself! Both men are down, and Bizzy is still unconscious in the ring. The match appears empty for a second, but the audience erupts when they see Arrow Thunderman slither into the ring. Arrow is still in pain from the spear he took earlier, but as he enters, he takes a moment to take in the scene before him. Bizzy is laid out in the middle of the ring, Mikey and Jason are on the outside, Raven is still nowhere to be seen...The audience begins chanting for Arrow to make the pin. However, before he realizes the opportunity before him, a familiar foe of his slithers into the ring. Just as Arrow turns around, he hears a familiar "MOON TIARA ACTION" and is laid out by a vicious headbutt! Sailor Meko has laid out Arrow Thunderman yet again, this time potentially costing him his chance at the United States championship. She then exits the arena, almost as though she was never even there. With Arrow and Bizzy both laid out in the middle of the ring, we see the United States champion slide back into the ring. Mikey attempts to cover Arrow, but just before the referee can finish the count, Raven breaks up the cover at the last second! However, Raven is still clearly hurt and breaking up the pin expended all his energy. Mikey waits for Raven to rise, then charges off the ropes, looking to put him down with Adrenaline. As he charges off the ropes, though, he's hit with... Interceptor to the outside! Raven has just clean pressed Mikey to the outside! Mikey's fall was somewhat broken by Jason Ryan on the outside, but both men are down after that incredible Interceptor. Raven then turns his attention to the two men downed in the middle of the ring. Bizzy is finally beginning to stir after the Shattered Illusions from earlier, but Raven doesn't give him a chance to recover. Raven grabs Bizzy by the throat, looking for another chokeslam, but he pulls Bizzy to the ropes. Raven then lifts Bizzy into the air, chokeslamming him to the outside onto Mikey and Jason! With this, everyone in the match has been laid out on the outside except for Raven and Arrow. Raven then turns his attention to Arrow, still knocked out from the headbutt he took earlier. Raven then grabs Arrow by the skull, locking in his new finishing move, the Raven Claw. Arrow is powerless to stop this attack, and Raven makes the cover. Your winner, and NEW BPZ United States champion, Raven! Despite the injuries he entered the match with, Raven will walk away from tonight the new United States champion, putting a damper on Bulletproof's night before their Survivor Series match. Raven yanks the championship out of the referee's hand and exits. Raven then stands at the top of the entrance ramp and holds up his newly won championship as the segment ends.
  6. We then cut backstage, moments after the United States championship five-way here at Survivor Series, and the new US champion, Raven, is making his exit. Though he's still walking with a slight limp from his deathmatch with FDS a few weeks ago, no doubt exacerbated in this brutal match tonight, he holds his head high with the United States championship in his hands. As he sees the cameras approaching, he flashes a grin and strikes a pose for the camera, championship in one hand and the deadly claw in the other, the same claw that earned him the championship in tonight's grueling affair. What did I was would happen, huh? What the HELL DID I SAY?! I said I was gonna walk into Survivor Series, regardless of how "medically cleared" I was, and I would walk out with this title in my hands! Mikey took my Goldie away from me...I took his Stripes from him. And there wasn't a damn thing he could do to stop it. Everyone had him pegged to win tonight, everyone thought that Bulletproof was gonna walk out of this event a total success...And who just put a chink in that armor? ME! THE MESSENGER OF CHAOS, RAVEN. Now Bulletproof enters tonight's main event one title shorter, and one man weaker...You're welcome, Creed. Not that I care about this petty ass squabble between Creed and Bulletproof, since everyone knows they're fighting over who the SECOND best stable in BPZ is. Slim won Survival Games, Bob's taken Premium from Flynn's little brother...And I am the new United States champion. Nobody can stop us. And everyone who gets in our way will suffer the same fate. Raven tries to exit, but he's asked a question by an interviewer before he can. Raven, what are your goals now as the United States champion? Pretty simple. I'm gonna beat the shit out of everyone who gets in my way. That little punk ass kid, Arrow? The one that couldn't even beat Josh Scott, my first ever victim? He's gonna die. If Jason Ryan steps up to me again? He's gonna die. Oh, and the North American champion, KENJI? The same man I beat to win my first NXT title? This is your one and only warning. Mikey may not have been able to become the "Supreme Ruler of the United States," but who the hell is gonna stop me? KENJI, hold on tight to that title, because the British Psycho is coming for your ass, and when I do...You're gonna die, too. Raven, what if Mikey and Bulletproof come back for the United States title? I dare them to. I dare their punk asses to come back for my gold. Mikey went into tonight's match hoping he could just half-ass his way to an easy victory, hoping he would be able to put in minimal effort and save his energy for tonight's main event...Look where that got him. He tried to skirt through tonight, expecting an easy defense, and he lost everything because of it. If he wants to come after me, I'm right here. I entered tonight's match nowhere near 100 percent, and I still beat the shit out of EVERYONE. Just imagine how much more dangerous I'll be when I'm fully healed and fully focused on one man. Mikey, you can come for this title if you want...But your ass is gonna die. Raven then covers the camera with the claw he used to win the title tonight and pushes it away before making his exit. Though Raven is still visibly limping, he's clearly fired up from his victory, and the British Psycho leaves with his new title in his grasp.
  7. Episode 4 This episode begins with Michael, Samantha, Sameer and Bob's unconscious henchman entering Sameer's hideout. Samantha immediately places Michael on their couch to let him rest, while Sameer moves into his basement with the henchman. As Sameer is dealing with the henchman, Samantha lays Mikey on the living room couch, the teen barely conscious after the strenuous day he's endured. Samantha: What the hell were you thinking? You could've died! Michael: I know. Samantha: You completely ignored our orders! Michael: I know. Samantha: Do you have any idea how dangerous and stupid that was? Michael: I know. Samantha: You know, saying "I know" over and over is really annoying, right? Michael: I know. Samantha then releases her pent up frustration in a slap across Michael's face. She immediately regrets this and turns away in shame as Michael holds his cheek. Samantha: I'm sorry... Michael: I know. Rather than drawing another slap, this gets a slight grin out of the young girl. Samantha: Did I hurt you? Michael: You kidding? Trust me, my sister used to slap the piss out of me. That was nothing. The two teens then share a quick chuckle together, but it's interrupted by Sameer bounding through the basement door. He immediately walks up to Michael and begins screaming, clearly enraged at Michael's disobedience. Sameer: Listen, kid. That was reckless and idiotic. Why the HELL did you follow us?! You almost died out there! Michael: It's a damn good thing I did, too! If I hadn't charged in when I did, your sister would have a bullet in her head right now! Sameer: We had it under control, kid. Michael: Yeah, likely story... Sameer then grabs the collar of Michael's shirt and hoists him into the air. Sameer: Don't talk back to me, kid...I saved your life and you repay me by insulting me? Michael: I payed you back by saving your ass! You two were totally out of your depth there! Sameer: We had... Michael: No you didn't! You had no idea what you were getting into! You don't know how careful Bob is and how much influence he has. He has eyes everywhere, and the second he caught wind that his assassination attempt on me failed, he was gonna send one of his best men after me. You went right back to the scene of the crime and you would've been dead if I wasn't there! Sameer's face flushes again with rage, but it immediately shifts to calm consideration. He releases Michael and places him back down before leaving the room to decompress. Michael straightens his shirt and sits back down, with Samantha choosing to strike up a conversation in the meantime. Samantha: Hey, uh...I never did thank you for saving me back there. Michael: I mean, y'all saved my sorry ass...It's the least I could do. Wish your brother saw it that way, though... Samantha: It's nothing personal...He just hates relying on anyone. He doesn't even like to involve me unless the situation's really that dire... Michael: So y'all really did need me then, huh? Samantha: Look...It's not that we didn't need your help. It's that you almost got yourself killed for two strangers you've never even met before. Why would you do such a crazy thing? Michael: I mean...You saved my life. And it's not like I have anyone left who cares about me...Nobody would miss me, but I can tell Sameer would be crushed without you...It's just how brothers are. Samantha doesn't really know how to respond, totally taken aback by how calmly Michael is willing to just lay down his life. Thankfully for her, she wouldn't need to continue the conversation as Sameer would return a few seconds after Michael says this. Sameer looks at Michael, his face much calmer than before, and begins to speak again. Sameer: Alright, kid...You saved my sister's life. I'll be honest, I have no idea what I was gonna do there...You saved her. And you saved me. And I'm glad you did. Far as I'm concerned, this means I owe you again... As Sameer says this, Michael slowly lifts himself off the couch and walks up to the archer. Michael: You owe me, huh? How much you think? Sameer: Anything, kid. Nothing's worth more than my sister's life. Michael: Anything? As Michael says this, he extends his right hand to Sameer, seemingly looking for a handshake. Michael: Let me stay here and help you kill Bob. Sameer immediately slaps away Michael's hand in rage, and he begins to go off on another angry tangent. Sameer: NO! You're NOT staying here with us! This is my fight, kid, not yours! Michael: Nobody wants that son of a bitch more dead than me, Sameer. Sameer: I do! And I'm not gonna let you get yourself killed on some half-baked revenge scheme! Michael: Well, here's a newsflash for you, Archer. I'm gonna go after him. I'm never gonna stop doing everything in my power to break that bastard's neck. I don't care how long it takes, and I don't care if it gets me killed. With or without you, I'm going to kill him. Michael then outstretches his hand one more time. Michael: If we work together...Our chances of taking him down are that much better. You're more tactical, but I have information on Bob that you don't. If we work together...We can get him. Our odds are at least more favorable if we do. And don't forget, you said "anything." This is my anything. Sameer looks down at Michael's hand, considering it for a few seconds. He then shoots his right hand out to meet with Michael's. As they shake hands, Sameer pulls in Michael close and stares him dead in the eye. Sameer: Alright, kid...You can help us. But if you get yourself killed, I swear I will haunt you for the rest of eternity in your afterlife. I'm not about to have your blood on my hands. Michael: It won't be, Sameer. Sameer: I'm serious. Don't do anything stupid, no suicidal plans to get some revenge...If we're gonna do this, we're gonna do it smart. We're gonna do it together, and we're gonna keep each other safe. Is that clear? Michael: Crystal. Sameer: Alright...Now you two need to go to bed. I'm gonna make sure our friend downstairs isn't gonna be an issue...If you're gonna stay here, though, we need to know a bit more about you. Michael: Like what? Sameer: Well, a name would be a good start. Michael: Oh, right. It's Michael. Michael Seymour. Sameer: Alright, Seymour...Go get some rest. As Sameer says this, he then exits and heads back to the basement with Bob's henchman. Michael and Samantha turn to each other, and both their faces radiate joy at Sameer letting Michael stick around. After a few seconds of smiling, Samantha then stands up and begins to make her way to her room. Samantha: I guess I should be heading to bed...Tomorrow's gonna be a busy day. Michael: Yeah...I don't think my body's gonna let me stay awake much longer anyway. Samantha: Good night, Mikey. Michael: Mikey? Samantha: Oh, I'm sorry...Michael just seems so formal, I thought... Michael: No, no, it's fine...I like it. It's just been a while since I've heard someone call me that... Samantha: Alright...Good night, Mikey. Michael: Good night, Samantha. Samantha the exits and enters her room, opting to sleep for the night. Michael then lays down on the couch and lets the wave of excitement rush through his body. After a few minutes, Michael's body finally begins to drift off, and he finally goes to sleep, putting an end to this crazy night.
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  9. Owens Miz Hardy Beer Money Becky Alexa MJF
  10. Slammy Awards RAW Male Superstar of the Year Finn Balor Dean Ambrose Roman Reigns Seth Rollins Samoa Joe RAW Female Superstar of the Year Paige Bayley Sasha Banks Mandy Rose Sonya Deville RAW Tag Team of the Year 3MB The Revival The Bar American Alpha Balor Club RAW Match of the Year Finn Balor VS Dean Ambrose (TLC) Finn Balor VS Kevin Owens VS Goldberg VS Brock Lesnar (RAW Episode 1) Sami Zayn VS Kevin Owens (TLC) Finn Balor VS Seth Rollins (SummerSlam) Roman Reigns VS Braun Strowman (SummerSlam) RAW Champion of the Year Finn Balor (World Heavyweight champion) Samoa Joe (United States champion) The Revival (RAW tag team champions) Bayley (RAW women's champion) Absolution (RAW women's tag team champions) SmackDown Male Superstar of the Year The Miz John Cena Pete Dunne AJ Styles Baron Corbin SmackDown Female Superstar of the Year Charlotte Maryse Becky Lynch Kairi Sane Naomi SmackDown Tag Team of the Year New Day The Hardy's British Strong Style The IIconics The Bella Twins SmackDown Match of the Year The Miz VS John Cena (SummerSlam) Pete Dunne VS The Miz (King of the Ring) The Hardy's VS New Day (SummerSlam) Charlotte VS Maryse (SummerSlam) John Cena VS Rusev (Money in the Bank) SmackDown Champion of the Year John Cena (WWE champion, United States champion) Pete Dunne (WWE champion) New Day (SmackDown tag team champions) The Hardy's (SmackDown tag team champions) The IIconics (SmackDown women's tag team champions) NXT Male Superstar of the Year Bobby Roode Mustafa Ali Hideo Itami Adam Cole Cedric Alexander NXT Female Superstar of the Year Asuka Shayna Baszler Ember Moon Ruby Riott Kairi Sane NXT Tag Team of the Year Authors of Pain Heroes Eventually Die DIY 2.0 Street Profits Red Dragon NXT Match of the Year Hideo Itami VS Bobby Roode (TakeOver: Chicago) Mustafa Ali VS Bobby Roode (TakeOver: San Antonio) Asuka VS Shayna Baszler (TakeOver: San Antonio) Heroes Eventually Die VS Authors of Pain (TakeOver: Houston) Eight-man Cruiserweight title ladder match (TakeOver: Chicago) NXT Champion of the Year Bobby Roode (NXT champion) Mustafa Ali (NXT champion) Cedric Alexander (Cruiserweight champion) Asuka (NXT Women's champion) Authors of Pain (NXT tag team champions)
  11. TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs Paige VS ??? (Open challenge) TLC kicks off hot with former RAW women's champion Paige, making her open challenge. Paige cites her frustration with Stephanie McMahon not giving her the proper opportunities she deserves, and she will show Stephanie what opportunity looks like as she gives any lady in the back a chance to take on a former women's champion. Paige wouldn't have to wait long to receive her answer... Shayna Baszler! The former and final ever NXT women's champion! Shayna Baszler has answered Paige's challenge, and Paige is totally taken off guard. She pleads for the referee to cancel the match, but Paige can't escape the Queen of Spades. The bell rings, and in a good bout, Shayna would catch Paige in the Kirifuda Clutch and force her to tap out. Shayna Baszler has made her debut in decisive fashion, and with the Queen of Spades now on RAW, the entire women's division must be on guard. . The Bar VS The Revival (RAW tag team title ladder match) TLC's first title match and first stipulation match of the night sees The Revival look to defend their tag team titles against The Bar. In a great bout, The Revival would score another victory over the former RAW tag team champions, with Scott Dawson and Dash WIlder retrieving the titles and continuing their RAW tag team title reign. . Bayley VS Ember Moon (RAW women's championship) TLC rolls on as RAW's recently debuting Ember Moon does battle with the RAW women's champion, Bayley, looking to cap off an impressive debut. Unfortunately for Ember, after a spirited effort, Bayley would manage to put away the She-Nom with a Bayley to Belly, continuing her RAW women's title reign. . Braun Strowman VS Chris Jericho (Chairs match) Our second stipulation match of the night sees Braun Strowman attempt to get revenge on Chris Jericho, after getting in his way for the United States championship and getting the Monster Among Men disqualified at Survivor Series. In a quick bout, Braun would lay into Jericho with repeated chair shots, and Jericho would get barely any offense in. Finally, Braun would mercifully put the bout away by hitting Jericho with a Running Powerslam on a pile of steel chairs. After the match, Chris Jericho would get on the microphone and say he's tired of the disrespect he's received in this company. As of this moment, Chris Jericho is quitting the WWE. He attempts to add the WWE to his list, but then he remembers Braun Strowman ripped it in half. Jericho then leaves in anger, while the audience expresses their pleasure at his misfortune. . Absolution VS Sasha Banks/Bianca Belair VS Alexa Bliss/Carmella VS Mickie James/Natalya (RAW women's tag titles) TLC rolls on with a match to determine the new RAW women's tag team champions after Nia Jax and Tamina were forced to vacate due to injury. In a good bout, we would see Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair score the gold, with Sasha Banks forcing Natalya to submit to the Banks Statement. Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair are your new RAW women's tag team champions. . Sami Zayn VS Kevin Owens (Tables match) In our third stipulation match, and in the most heated bout of the night, we would see Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens clash in a vicious tables match. The match would see both men brawl all around the arena, but it would end in indecisive fashion. Zayn and Owens would brawl at the top of the entrance ramp, but both men would end up falling off and crashing through a set of tables at the bottom. Neither man would walk away from this vicious match the winner, and it's likely that their feud will only get more heated from here. . Drew McIntyre VS Samoa Joe (United States championship match) Up next, we would see Drew McIntyre use the championship opportunity he earned by winning the cross brand battle royal at Survivor Series against Samoa Joe, in a battle of behemoths. In a hard hitting war, Samoa Joe would manage to barely eke out the retention, putting away McIntyre with a desperation Coquina Clutch and retaining the United States championship. . Dean Ambrose VS Finn Balor (World Heavyweight championship TLC match) Finally, we reach tonight's main event, as the 2019 King of the Ring Dean Ambrose faces the World Heavyweight champion Finn Balor in a TLC match. In a brutal, hard hitting war, Dean Ambrose would finally make good on his promise to be better than his former Shield partners, succeeding where they failed and beating Finn Balor after retrieving the World Heavyweight championship. TLC closes with the new World Heavyweight champion, Dean Ambrose, celebrating his hard-fought victory. . Predictions Hans: 24 Mikey: 24 Smith: 24 Alex: 20 Arius: 20 Icon: 20 Arrow: 16 BiC: 16 Gwyn: 16 Julius: 16 Sameer: 16 Brad: 9 George: 7 Yuvraj: 7 Crippler: 6 Ropati: 6 Epic: 5 Toxik: 5 Bob: 2 Cody: 2 Mecko: 2
  12. New Japan Pro Wrestling Junior Tag League: TJP/Drew Gulak VS Mustafa Ali/Cedric Alexander NJPW begins with four former WWE Cruiserweights, as the newest members of Suzuki-Gun TJP and Drew Gulak team up to do battle with Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali. In a great opening contest, Ali and Cedric would score the victory, putting away TJP with an 054 and remaining barely alive in Junior Tag League, now sitting at eight points. . World Tag League: Most Violent Players VS Suzuki-Gun Our first World Tag League bout of the night sees two teams already eliminated from WTL look to score a personal victory and send a message, as Toru Yano and Togi Makabe do battle with Lance Archer and Zack Sabre Jr. In a good bout, it would be the Suzuki-Gun duo who score the victory, with Lance Archer putting away Yano with the EBD Claw. . Junior Tag League: Tony Nese/Buddy Murphy VS Motor City Machine Guns The second Junior Tag League bout of the night sees the already eliminated Tony Nese and Buddy Murphy attempt to play spoiler against the IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag team champions, the Motor City Machine Guns. In a great match, Nese and Murphy would pull the huge upset, with Murphy putting away Chris Sabin with Murphy's Law and scoring his team the victory. Though Nese and Murphy are eliminated from any chance of winning the tournament, this is a massive victory for the former WWE Cruiserweights, while the Motor City Machine Guns' path to the finals has become much rockier. . World Tag League: Roppongi 3K VS The Mighty Don't Kneel The second World Tag League match of the night sees SHO and YOH attempt to become the block leaders of World Tag League against Nick Miller and Shane Thorne. In a great match, TMDK would not be able to play spoiler, with Miller falling to a 3K. Roppongi 3K now sits at 12 points and leads the block, in strong contention for World Tag League victory. . Junior Tag League: Taiji Ishimori/El Phantasmo VS The Rascalz Junior Tag League rolls on as the Bullet Club tandem of Taiji Ishimori and El Phantasmo attempt to keep their heads above water against one of the block leaders, Trey and Wentz of The Rascalz. In a great bout, the former IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag champions score the victory, with Taiji Ishimori putting away Trey with the Bloody Cross and moving to eight points. . World Tag League: Guerrillas of Destiny VS Imperium Our third World Tag League match sees Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel of Imperium attempt to play spoiler against the IWGP Heavyweight tag champions, the Guerrillas of Destiny. In a great bout, the Bullet Club tandem would score the victory, putting away Barthel with a Powerbomb/Neckbreaker combination and moving up to an incredible 11 points. . Junior Tag League: Suzuki-Gun VS The Young Bucks The second to last Junior Tag League match of the night sees El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru of Suzuki-Gun do battle with The Young Bucks, with the Bucks in do-or-die territory against the current block leaders. In a great bout, Nick and Matt would just stay alive, putting away Kanemaru with a Meltzer Driver and moving to nine points. . World Tag League: SoCal Uncensored VS Mustache Mountain The second to last World Tag League match of the night sees Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian of SCU do battle with Tyler Bate and Trent Seven, with SCU looking to play spoiler. In a great bout, SCU would do just that, as Scorpio Sky puts away Trent Seven with a 450 Splash. Though SoCal Uncensored are eliminated from World Tag League, they are displaying a fantastic late tournament showing, while Mustache Mountain now sits in dangerous territory for potential elimination. . Junior Tag League: Undisputed Era VS The Irish Airborne Our final Junior Tag League bout of the night sees Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly do battle with Jake and Dave Crist, flanked by Bullet Club leader Sami Callihan. The Irish Airborne currently sit tied at the top of the bracket, and a victory would put them in strong position to win Junior Tag League. However, the Bullet Club tandem would fall short on this night, as Dave Crist would be put down by a Chasing the Dragon. The Undisputed Era now joins The Irish Airborne at the top of the bracket with 10 points, and both teams will be looking for a victory next week to cement their spot in the Junior Tag League finals. . World Tag League: Los Ingobernables de Japon VS The Revival Tonight's main event sees former IWGP Heavyweight tag champions and World Tag League winners, EVIL and SANADA, do battle with Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder. In a fantastic main event, EVIL and SANADA would get out of their late tournament slump, with SANADA forcing Wilder to submit to Skull End and moving the LIJ tandem to 10 points. After the match, Los Ingobernables de Japon leader and Intercontinental champion Tetsuya Naito would call out his Wrestle Kingdom challenger, Hiroshi Tanahashi. As he waits for Tanahashi to enter, Naito talks about his contract and the fact that he will be defecting to Impact Wrestling. He mentions how NJPW promised to get behind him for years, how he would be the top guy, but they never committed to it. He says he's tired of being jerked around, and after Wrestle Kingdom, he and the rest of LIJ will be leaving the company, but not before doing as much damage as possible to the company. Naito says he will take the Intercontinental championship away from New Japan, while EVIL, SANADA and BUSHI take away the Heavyweight and Six-Man tag titles. As he says this, The Ace of New Japan finally enters, with the crowd going wild for Hiroshi Tanahashi. Tanahashi says that he's tired of hearing Naito complain, as he has nobody but himself to blame for his lack of success. Tanahashi then makes a blockbuster announcement. At Wrestle Kingdom 14, he will be calling an end to his legendary career, and his last order of business as an active competitor is to keep the Intercontinental championship within the grasp of New Japan Pro Wrestling. Tanahashi then has a tense staredown with Naito, but Naito opts to retreat, the rest of LIJ following behind. Tanahashi celebrates in front of the crowd as NJPW closes for the night, displaying the current standings for both tag leagues. . Current standings: World Tag League: 12 points: Roppongi 3K. 11 points: The Revival, Guerrillas of Destiny. 10 points: Los Ingobernables de Japon, Mustache Mountain. 8 points: Suzuki-Gun. 6 points: Imperium, SoCal Uncensored. 4 points: The Mighty Don't Kneel. 2 points: Most Violent Players. . Junior Tag League: 10 points: Suzuki-Gun, Undisputed Era, The Irish Airborne, The Rascalz. 9 points: Motor City Machine Guns, The Young Bucks. 8 points: Taiji Ishimori/El Phantasmo, Mustafa Ali/Cedric Alexander. 4 points: Tony Nese/Buddy Murphy. 2 points: TJP/Drew Gulak.
  13. TLC Card Paige VS ??? (Open challenge) After failing to lead the RAW women's Survivor Series team to victory and being left out of the RAW women's championship number one contender's tournament by extension, Paige requested an open challenge for the TLC card and was granter her request. Who will answer the call, and will Paige be able to step up to the challenge? . Drew McIntyre VS Samoa Joe (United States championship) After winning the cross-brand battle royal at Survivor Series, 3MB member Drew McIntyre chose to put hostilities with American Alpha on hold, as he cashes in his battle royal title match against the United States champion, Samoa Joe, at TLC. Which of these two behemoths will walk away from TLC the United States champion? . Bayley VS Ember Moon (RAW women's championship) After beating Charlotte at Survivor Series, Stephanie McMahon created a tournament to determine Bayley's next challenger for Survivor Series. This tournament saw the debut of Ember Moon, who ran the gauntlet and overcame every opponent on her way to victory. Now, Ember Moon faces Bayley for the RAW women's championship only a month after debuting. Will the She-Nom score the victory, or does The Hugger still have a few defenses left in her? . Absolution VS Sasha Banks/Bianca Belair VS Alexa Bliss/Carmella VS Mickie James/Natalya (RAW women's tag team championship) After losing to the IIconics at Survivor Series, news came out that Nia Jax was injured and was unable to defend the RAW women's tag team titles. As such, Stephanie McMahon placed these four teams together in a match at TLC, with the winner leaving TLC the new RAW women's tag team champions. . Sami Zayn VS Kevin Owens (Tables match) After trying to work as a cohesive team at Survivor Series and in a tag team gauntlet match, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens' longstanding rivalry would explode in a massive arena-wide brawl. Because of this, Stephanie McMahon placed them in a match on TLC where they can let their frustrations out on one another one final time, and the perpetual rivals will do so in a tables match. . Chris Jericho VS Braun Strowman (Chairs match) After Samoa Joe won the United States championship, Braun Strowman and Chris Jericho both set their eyes on the gold, becoming quick rivals in the process. However, the feud would reach a boiling point at Survivor Series, as Chris Jericho tossed Braun Strowman a chair during the match, which would get the Monster Among Men disqualified in the men's Survivor Series match. Now, Braun has a chance at revenge on Jericho, and he will get the chance to do so in an environment where steel chairs are fair game. Can Jericho survive the Monster Among Men? . The Revival VS The Bar (RAW tag team titles, ladder match) When The Revival debuted, they proved themselves as a top RAW tag team early, claiming a massive victory over The Bar mere months after their debut. Since then, they won the RAW tag team titles and beat The Hardy's at Survivor Series. However, Sheamus and Cesaro would win a massive 10-team gauntlet match to earn this opportunity against The Revival. Will The Bar score redemption over the Top Guys and reclaim the RAW tag team titles, or will The Revival score another victory over The Bar? . Dean Ambrose VS Finn Balor (World Heavyweight championship, TLC match) Tonight's main event sees Dean Ambrose, the man who won the 2017 King of the RIng tournament and one of the two survivors in the men's Survivor Series match, finally get his chance against the World Heavyweight Champion, Finn Balor. In his impressive reign thus far, Balor has scored victories over both Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, and he now looks to complete the Shield trifecta and overcome Ambrose. Which of these two competitors will survive TLC and leave the World Heavyweight champion? . Bonus questions: Who will answer Paige's open challenge? Will Roman Reigns cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase tonight?
  14. NXT Episode 33 Drew Gulak VS Mustafa Ali NXT kicks off with the NXT champion, Mustafa Ali, doing battle with fellow Cruiserweight Drew Gulak. In a fantastic opener, Ali would score the victory over the Philadelphia Stretcher, putting away Gulak with an 054. After the match, Ali says that he's looking forward to his title defense next week, as he can't wait to shut Hideo Itami up once and for all. Itami has taken the low road to every title opportunity he's gotten since he failed to beat Bobby Roode, but Ali's ready to prove that all it takes to reach the top is hard work and dedication, not cheap shots and sneak attacks. . NXT then cuts backstage to the Cruiserweight champion, Cedric Alexander, who questions Triple H about his next Cruiserweight title defense. Triple H tells Cedric he has a plan, but for now, the Cruiserweight title is going on the back-burner, as he thinks Cedric is a strong contender for the NXT title at this point. Cedric begins to celebrate, but Triple H tells him to calm down, as he hasn't settled on anything yet, but he is keeping Cedric in his mind. . Tony Nese VS Adam Cole Our next bout sees Adam Cole look to insert his name back into the NXT title picture against Tony Nese, who is desperately looking for a big victory. In a great match, Cole would pull out the victory, putting away the Premier Athlete with a Last Shot. Though Adam Cole has come up short in every opportunity to qualify for an NXT title match so far, one has to think it's only a matter of time before the Panama Playboy receives a chance. . NXT then cuts backstage to Triple H's office, where he's joined by the Street Profits and DIY 2.0. Both teams feel they should be in line for a title match after Red Dragon or AOP get their shots, and Triple H agrees, thinking both teams have been extremely impressive lately. However, he wants to see where the NXT tag title division stands after Heroes Eventually Die's next defense before he makes any decisions. Both teams leave disappointed, but one has to believe that they are high on the list of contenders for the NXT tag team titles. . Red Dragon VS Authors of Pain (NXT tag title number one contender's match) Finally, tonight's main event sees the Dusty Rhodes Classic winners, Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly, do battle with the former NXT tag team champions, the Authors of Pain, to decide Heroes Eventually Die's next challengers for the NXT tag team titles. In a fantastic main event, it would be the Authors of Pain pulling out the victory, putting away Fish with the Last Chapter. NXT closes with the Authors of Pain celebrating, now having one more chance to reclaim their lost tag titles.
  15. SmackDown Episode 33 John Cena VS Baron Corbin (WWE title number one contender's tournament) This edition of SmackDown kicks off with yet another match between Baron Corbin and John Cena, this time to determine who moves to the semi-finals of the WWE championship number one contender's tournament. Unfortunately, Cena would prove to simply have Corbin's number yet again, putting away the Lone Wolf with an Attitude Adjustment and moving on to the semi-finals. . After the match, we would see a brawl between Rusev and AJ Styles backstage, with Rusev blaming AJ Styles for preventing him from becoming Intercontinental champion last week. The brawl would end with Rusev laying out Styles with a Machka Kick, then leaving to prepare for his tournament match against The Miz tonight. . SmackDown then sees Shinsuke Nakamura backstage, Tye Dillinger and Dolph Ziggler training with him. Dillinger hypes up Nakamura, totally confident that he'll be Dunne's next challenger and win the WWE title, but Ziggler is unamused, clearly disappointed that he isn't in Nakamura's position. Though there's still clearly some tension between the three men, they appear to still be set in their goal of toppling British Strong Style and preventing their control over SmackDown from growing. . The Miz VS Rusev (WWE title number one contender's tournament match) The second of two tournament matches tonight sees The Miz do battle with the Bulgarian Brute, Rusev. In a good match, Miz is able to score the victory, putting away Rusev with a Skull-Crushing Finale and punching his ticket to the semi-finals. . After the match, we see a promo package from Pete Dunne, Tyler Bate and Jack Gallagher, who are seen walking the streets of London. They say that they appreciate the time off they were granted after carrying Survivor Series for SmackDown, but when they finally return, they plan to take total control of SmackDown, and nobody is gonna be able to stop them. . New Day VS The Hardy's (SmackDown tag team titles) Tonight's main event sees one final rematch between the New Day and The Hardy's, with Big E and Xavier Woods looking to reclaim their SmackDown tag titles from the veteran team. However, The Hardy's are able to score the victory once more, putting away Woods with an Extreme Combination and retaining their tag titles. After the match, we would see Bo Dallas, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt of the Wyatt Family attack the New Day, laying out the multi-time tag champions in a vicious assault. SmackDown closes with Bray Wyatt taunting over Xavier Woods' downed body.
  16. RAW Episode 33 Sasha Banks VS Ember Moon (RAW women's title number one contender's match) The final RAW before TLC begins with the final match in the RAW women's title number one contender's tournament, as Sasha Banks and Ember Moon do battle to determine Bayley's opponent at TLC. In a fantastic opening content, Ember Moon scores the biggest victory of her career so far, putting away Sasha Banks with an Eclipse and punching her ticket to a match with Bayley at TLC. After the match, Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks attack Ember Moon, livid about their respective losses to RAW's newest superstar. However, the RAW women's champion, Bayley, chases them away with steel chair in hand. Sasha and Bianca are forced to retreat, and Bayley helps Ember back up. However, the two women have a tense staredown, aware that they will be enemies in six short days. . RAW then cuts backstage to Stephanie McMahon's office, where she announces that at TLC, there will be a women's four-way tag match to determine the new RAW women's tag champions after Nia Jax and Tamina were forced to vacate because of Nia's injury. The four teams that will do battle for the RAW women's tag titles are Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville of Absolution, Alexa Bliss and Carmella, Mickie James and Natalya, and Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair. One of these four teams will leave TLC the new RAW women's tag team champions. . 10-team Gauntlet Match (RAW tag titles number one contender's match) Our next match, taking up the majority of the time in the broadcast, sees The Bar, 3MB, Balor Club, American Alpha, The Colons, the Golden Truth, the Bludgeon Brothers, SAnitY, No Way Jose and Elias, and the duo of Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. In a fantastic gauntlet, Zayn and Owens would be the final team eliminated by The Bar, who will face The Revival in a huge rematch at TLC. After the match, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens would begin arguing again, upset about their loss. Sami and Owens' argument would devolve into a brawl, and security would be forced to break up the former friends. . After the brawl has ended, RAW cuts to Stephanie McMahon, who announces that Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens will compete against each other at TLC in a tables match. She also announces that Jericho and Braun's match will be a chairs match, The Revival and The Bar will be a ladder match, and Dean Ambrose VS Finn Balor will be the PPV's titular TLC match. After she says this, she is confronted by Absolution. Paige says that Stephanie's made a great card so far, but she thinks that it could use room for one more match. Paige asks Stephanie if she has permission to hold an open challenge and prove her worth as a potential RAW women's title challenger again. Stephanie considers this for a second and agrees, allowing Paige's open challenge at TLC. . Dean Ambrose VS Luke Gallows Tonight's main event sees Dean Ambrose do battle with World Heavyweight champion Finn Balor's partner, Luke Gallows. In a fantastic match, Ambrose would score the victory, putting away Gallows with Dirty Deeds and sending a message to Balor ahead of their title match. After the match, the rest of Balor Club would attack Ambrose, but this time, they would bring out tables, ladders and chairs to aid in the attack. Just when it seemed the numbers might overwhelm Ambrose, he is able to launch Anderson through a table and send Gallows headfirst into a ladder. Balor decides to mount a tactical retreat, but he will have nowhere to hide against Ambrose when he defends his title at TLC against the 2017 King of the Ring.
  17. NXT Episode 32 Gran Metalik VS Lars Sullivan NXT kicks off with Lars Sullivan doing battle with Lucha House Party member Gran Metalik. In a good bout, Sullivan is able to put away Gran Metalik in quick fashion with a Freak Accident. Last week, Andrade and Sullivan claimed that their sights were now set on the NXT title, and victories like this must place Sullivan in prime position to be considered for that title. . NXT then cuts backstage to Bobby Roode in Triple H's office, demanding another shot at the NXT title. Triple H tells Roode that he's already fallen to Ali twice, so he has no stake to demand another title shot. Roode insists, and Triple H promises Roode that he will have the chance to earn another title match, but he has to earn that shot first. Roode leaves Triple H's office angrily, livid that he isn't guaranteed another NXT title match. . Street Profits VS Ariya Daivari/Noam Dar Our next bout sees the duo that came up just short of winning the Dusty Rhodes Classic, falling in the semi-finals, the Street Profits, take on the team of Ariya Daivari and Noam Dar. In a good bout, the Profits would pick up a rebound victory, putting away Daivari with a Frog Splash. After the match, the Street Profits cut a promo, saying that they can't believe the Authors of Pain and Red Dragon will compete for number one contendership next week. The Profits think that they should be in the title picture, and if they were to receive an opportunity at the titles, they wouldn't let it go to waste. . Before tonight's main event, we see Mustafa Ali enter Triple H's office. Ali begs Triple H to let him face Hideo Itami. Triple H agrees to do the match, but only if it's non-title, but Ali persists that he make it a title match, as Ali believes Itami won't give it his all unless the gold is on the line. Hunter tells Ali that he doesn't like giving Itami a title match that he hasn't earned, but Ali insists, believing that if he can't beat Itami, he doesn't deserve to be champion at all. Triple H finally relents, making Mustafa Ali VS Hideo Itami for the NXT title official in two weeks. . Akira Tozawa VS Cedric Alexander Tonight's main event sees Hideo Itami's reluctant partner, Akira Tozawa, to battle with the Cruiserweight champion, Cedric Alexander. In a fantastic main event, Cedric is able to put away Tozawa with a Lumbar Check, proving why he is the Cruiserweight champion. After the match, Cedric extends a hand to Tozawa, impressed by the performance from the Stamina Monster. Tozawa seems like he wants to accept, but before he can, Hideo Itami runs out and attacks Cedric. Itami then demands Tozawa join in the attack, but before he can, Mustafa Ali runs out with a steel chair in hand, running off the Tokyo Slaughterhouse. NXT ends with Itami and Tozawa retreating up the ramp, Itami yelling at Ali that the NXT title will be his, while Cedric celebrates his victory alongside Ali.
  18. WrestleMania 30 and TakeOver: New Orleans.
  19. Meko750 (Raven)

    Stripes

    Carnage cuts backstage after the grueling "no disqualification" match between FDS and Raven, where we see Raven exiting the arena. He's walking with a clear limp, blood trickling from his mouth and multiple areas of his face, and his mouth is clearly grimacing in pain, but he is leaving under his own power. A cameraman catches up to the former three-time NXT champion, and Raven slowly turns to him as he senses the man's presence. Raven! Raven, you just went through a vicious match against the Mad King, FDS, and you managed to come so close to victory. How do you feel after such a heartbreaking loss? As Raven hears the word "loss," his face morphs into a condescending grin. You call that a loss? I went out there, took the Mad King to the limit, I forced him to bring out the Emperor of Chaos...I did exactly what I set out to do. I made FD tap into his darkest side...I forced FD to embrace chaos one more time. To drop this "straight shooter" facade and embrace his roots, as a crazy son of a bitch willing to do anything to score the victory! If you call that a loss, so be it, but this goes much further than a number in a record book...This was about forcing a man I respected, a man I looked up to for years while I toiled away on the indie scene, to be the badass I looked up to. I forced him to accept the same descent that made me a success story once more...And I did just that. So what's next for Raven after that grueling war? Pretty simple...We have a PPV in 11 days...I plan to make my presence known. Hang on, you can't compete at Survivor Series. You just had an insane no disqualification match with FDS! There's no way you're cleared to compete! Raven's grin then shifts to a frown, and he yanks the camera out of the hands of the cameraman, wincing at the physical exertion. He focuses the camera directly on his face and begins talking, now speaking a message to all of BPZ. Let me make this clear...There ain't a doctor in the world who I'm willing to let determine my healthiness. I know my limits. I'll be at Survivor Series, and there isn't a damn thing any of you can do about it...So what's the Clown Prince of BPZ got planned at Survivor Series? What poor sod is destined to suffer their descent at the messenger of chaos' hands? Mikey. I'm coming for you. And your United States title. Raven's face morphs back into a grin as he says this, showing his hand without a care in the world. Mikey, your success in this company has come directly at my expense...You won NXT from me the same night I was forced to carry my dead weight student in a tag team match, a match where I was attacked before the bell rang because the other competitors were too cowardly to face me like a man. You were the benefactor of my hubris. Your success came only because I was nowhere near physically prepared for that title defense...I don't mind that. You took an opportunity when you were given it. I can't hate that. On the contrary, I respect it. Then Raven's face turns to a deep grimace yet again, his next thoughts clearly holding weight in his mind. Then, Mikey...You vacated the title. You vacated MY GOLDIE. And you did it just to etch an undeserved spot in a record book that you've done NOTHING to deserve a spot in. "Shortest reigning NXT champion." So what'd I do? I won back my Goldie...I became the first and ONLY EVER three-time NXT champion...And I vacated it. I one-upped you, becoming not only the shortest reigning NXT champion, but the shortest reigning champion in BPZ history. You stole my Goldie from me, and insulted me by vacating her immediately after...So I stole your history from you. Do you know what's gonna happen at Survivor Series, Mikey? I'm going to do it all over again...I'll take your United States championship, just like how you took my Goldie...Except this time, you're never winning her back...I've watched that poor title around your waist, just begging for anyone to come to save her from her undeserving host...And I plan to do just that. As much as I loved my Goldie...I'm ready to show Stripes the good time she deserves. Raven then begins to laugh, but his laughter is cut off by his pain. Raven then throws the camera back into the cameraman's hands and exits the arena, now marking his territory for the United States championship at Survivor Series.
  20. SmackDown Episode 32 John Cena VS ??? (Intercontinental championship open challenge) This edition of SmackDown kicks off hot with another John Cena Intercontinental title open challenge. Cena cuts a brief promo, but his challenge is quickly answered by AJ Styles! AJ Styles looking to get a measure of redemption over Cena after recent failures. However, the match doesn't have a chance to start, as Rusev also answers the challenge. AJ and Rusev argue for a bit, but Cena tells both of them that he'll gladly defend against both of them. In a great match, Cena would score the victory, putting away Rusev with an Attitude Adjustment and retaining his title. . SmackDown then cuts backstage to Shane McMahon talking to Tye Dillinger, Shinsuke Nakamura and Dolph Ziggler. He says that the WWE championship number one contenders tournament has seven of the eight spots filled, and there's room for one more man. He wants to fill the spot with one of these three, but they're gonna have to earn it in a match against each other tonight. Nakamura, Dillinger and Ziggler silently nod to each other, and the main event of tonight is set, with one of these three men able to join the WWE championship number one contender's tournament. . Becky Lynch VS Naomi VS Maryse VS Kairi Sane (SmackDown women's title number one contender's match) Our next match sees four women do battle for the chance to compete against Charlotte for the SmackDown women's title in two weeks. In a fantastic match, Kairi Sane would pull out the victory, putting away Naomi with an In-Sane Elbow. Kairi Sane will now face Charlotte in two weeks for the SmackDown women's title, a massive turn in fortune from her recent weeks. . SmackDown then cuts backstage to Shane McMahon's office, where The IIconics are in the middle of complaining about their tag title loss. After they finish their spiel, the New Day enters his office, and Shane thanks them for joining him. The New Day waste no time, telling Shane that they want to compete for the SmackDown tag titles next week. Shane makes the match official, and SmackDown now has a huge title rematch set for next week. . Tye Dillinger VS Dolph Ziggler VS Shinsuke Nakamura (WWE championship number one contender's tournament qualifier) Finally we reach our main event, where three friends do battle for the right to enter the WWE championship number one contender's tournament. In a fantastic match, Nakamura punches his ticket to the number one contender's tournament, putting away Dillinger with a Kinshasa. SmackDown ends with Nakamura celebrating.
  21. New Japan Pro Wrestling Junior Tag League: Tony Nese/Buddy Murphy VS The Irish Airborne NJPW begins with the duo of Tony Nese and Buddy Murphy against Jake and Dave Crist of Bullet Club, led by Sami Callihan. Callihan's request for a ladder match against Jon Moxley at Wrestle Kingdom for the United States title has been approved, and he now looks to ensure Bullet Club has a chance to score the Junior Heavyweight tag titles then, as well. In a great match, oVe would prove their incredible ability and get back on the winning track, putting away Tony Nese with a High-Low. With this victory, The Irish Airborne are the first team in the Junior Tag League to break the 10 point barrier, while Tony Nese and Buddy Murphy are now officially eliminated from World Tag League contention, the first team in the tournament to be knocked out. . World Tag League: Most Violent Players VS SoCal Uncensored Our first World Tag League match of the night sees the two teams stuck at two points do battle, as Yano and Makabe face off with Scorpio Sky and Kazarian. In a great match, SCU would barely stay alive, as Scorpio Sky ends up putting away Yano with a 450 Splash. SCU now has four points, while the Most Violent Players have been officially knocked out of World Tag League contention. . Junior Tag League: TJP/Drew Gulak VS Suzuki-Gun Our next match in Junior Tag League sees TJP and Drew Gulak do battle with El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru, with TJP and Gulak in do ir die territory. However, in a bit of a shock, TJP begins the match by laying down and letting El Desperado pin him, giving Suzuki-Gun the early victory and moving them to 10 points. After the match, TJP and Gulak shake hands with Despy and Kanemaru, and they are joined by the rest of the members of Suzuki-Gun. Though TJP and Gulak have been eliminated from Junior Tag League, they appear to have become the new members of Suzuki-Gun. . World Tag League: Mustache Mountain VS The Mighty Don't Kneel Our next World Tag League match sees Tyler Bate and Trent Seven take on Nick Miller and Shane Thorne, who are desperate to get back on the winning track. In a great bout, Mustache Mountain would pull out another impressive victory, with Tyler Bate putting away Nick Miller with a Tyler Driver '97 and moving up to 10 points. With this loss, The Mighty Don't Kneel are officially eliminated from World Tag League, as well as SoCal Uncensored due to not having enough points to make up their deficit. . Junior Tag League: Mustafa Ali/Cedric Alexander VS Motor City Machine Guns Our third match of Junior Tag League sees the IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag champions, the Motor City Machine Guns, do battle with Mustafa Ali and Cedric Alexander. In a great bout, the Guns would score a much-needed victory, with Ali falling to a Made in Detroit. This victory moves the Motor City Machine Guns to nine points, only one point behind the current block leaders, while Ali and Alexander are still in very winnable condition. . World Tag League: Imperium VS Suzuki-Gun The third World Tag League match of the night sees Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel take on Lance Archer and Zack Sabre Jr. In a great match, Lance Archer keeps the Suzuki-Gun duo alive in World Tag League, pinning Marcel Barthel with the EBD Claw. Both teams now sit at six points, dangerously close to elimination in World Tag League. . Junior Tag League: The Rascalz VS Undisputed Era The second to last match of tonight's Junior Tag League sees Trey and Wentz do battle with the Undisputed Era, both teams looking to break into the double digits. In what has to be considered an upset, Trey and Wentz score the victory over Fish and O'Reilly, with The Rascalz putting away Fish with a Meteora/Swanton Bomb combination. The Rascalz now sit at 10 points, the most surprising performance of the entire Junior Tag League so far. . World Tag League: The Revival VS Guerrillas of Destiny The second to last World Tag League match of the night sees The Revival do battle with the IWGP Heavyweight tag team champions, the Guerrillas of Destiny. In a fantastic match, the two teams would run down the clock to a time limit draw. With this, The Revival moves to 11 points, and the Guerrillas now sit at 9. Due to this victory, both Imperium and Suzuki-Gun are now knocked out of World Tag League contention, as they are now just barely unable to make up the deficit. . Junior Tag League: The Young Bucks VS Taiji Ishimori/El Phantasmo Our final Junior Tag League match of the night sees two former IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag champions clash, as former Bullet Club members The Young Bucks do battle with the current Bullet Club tandem of Taiji Ishimori and El Phantasmo. In a fantastic match, The Young Bucks score a much-needed victory over the Bullet Club tandem, putting away ELP with a Meltzer Driver and moving to seven points, just barely staying alive in the Junior Tag League contention. . World Tag League: Roppongi 3K VS Los Ingobernables de Japon Tonight's main event sees Roppongi 3K do battle with EVIL and SANADA of Los Ingobernables de Japon, with both teams looking to break into the 10 point group. In a fantastic main event, SHO and YOH would pull off the victory, putting away SANADA with 3K and moving up to 10 points. After the match, we see Rocky Romero's close friend, Kazuchika Okada, ask to have the ring. Roppongi 3K obliges, leaving the ring to the Rainmaker. Okada says that he knows Daniel Bryan is one of the greatest wrestlers in the world, and he was impressed by his G1 run, but he won the G1 with less points than anyone else in history. Okada says Bryan may be great, but he isn't untouchable like the Rainmaker, and at Wrestle Kingdom, Daniel Bryan will see exactly why Okada's been the best champion in the world for years. NJPW then signs off after this, displaying the standings for both tag leagues. . Current standings: World Tag League: 11 points: The Revival. 10 points: Mustache Mountain, Roppongi 3K. 9 points: Guerrillas of Destiny. 8 points: Los Ingobernables de Japon. 6 points: Imperium, Suzuki-Gun. 4 points: The Mighty Don't Kneel, SoCal Uncensored. 2 points: Most Violent Players. . Junior Tag League: 10 points: Suzuki-Gun, The Irish Airborne, The Rascalz. 9 points: Motor City Machine Guns. 8 points: Undisputed Era. 7 points: The Young Bucks. 6 points: Taiji Ishimori/El Phantasmo, Mustafa Ali/Cedric Alexander. 2 points: Tony Nese/Buddy Murphy, TJP/Drew Gulak.
  22. RAW Episode 32 Bianca Belair VS Ember Moon (RAW women's title number one contender's tournament) RAW kicks begins with the first of two semi-final matches in the tournament to determine Bayley's challenger at TLC, as RAW's two newest superstars face off in the form of Bianca Belair and Ember Moon. In a great opening bout, Moon is able to score the victory and punch her ticket to the finals after putting Belair away with an Eclipse. . RAW then cuts backstage to Stephanie McMahon, who announces that next week will see a tag team gauntlet match to determine who will challenge The Revival for the RAW tag team titles at TLC. As well as this, she confirms that Braun Strowman VS Chris Jericho will happen at TLC at the request of the Monster Among Men. Finally, she announces that at TLC, Finn Balor will have to defend his World Heavyweight championship against the 2017 King of the Ring and the man who led RAW to victory at Survivor Series, Dean Ambrose. . Samoa Joe VS Shelton Benjamin RAW then sees the United States champion, Samoa Joe, do battle with Shelton Benjamin in preparation for his title defense against Drew McIntyre at TLC. In a great match, Joe overcomes Benjamin after forcing him to submit to the Coquina Clutch. However, Joe refuses to release the hold, forcing Benjamin to release the hold. Chad Gable and Jason Jordan run out to fight Joe off, and Joe is forced to retreat, but then 3MB attacks. With Benjamin passed out, 3MB is able to get the upper hand on American Alpha, ending with McIntyre laying out both Gable and Jordan with Claymore kicks. McIntyre stares down Joe after the carnage, and Joe might be in for the hardest defense of his life at TLC. . Just before tonight's main event, we receive an injury update on Nia Jax. The doctors have confirmed that Nia Jax will be unable to compete at TLC and cannot defend her RAW women's tag title. Tamina has been given the option to defend the RAW women's tag titles alongside another partner at TLC, but she declines, only wishing to team with Nia. Because of this, the RAW women's tag titles have been officially vacated, and we will receive more news on their fate next week. . Alexa Bliss VS Sasha Banks (RAW women's title number one contender's tournament) RAW's main event sees the second semi-final match, and the match to determine who faces Ember Moon next week for the chance to face RAW women's champion Bayley at TLC. In a great main event, Sasha Banks punches her ticket to the finals, forcing Alexa Bliss to submit to the Banks Statement. Sasha Banks is now only one win away from facing her old friend again, and RAW ends with her celebrating.
  23. NXT Episode 31 Lince Dorado VS Hideo Itami NXT kicks off with Lucha House Party member Lince Dorado doing battle with Hideo Itami, accompanied by Akira Tozawa, looking to rebound from his Cruiserweight title loss at TakeOver: Houston. In a great match, Itami would catch the Golden Lynx with a GTS, picking up the much needed victory. Itami then grabs a microphone and tells Mustafa Ali that he's coming for his rightful NXT championship. Itami then turns his attention to Tozawa and tells him that since he has a match with the Cruiserweight champion, he fully expects Tozawa to win, and then they will hold both the singles titles in NXT. Itami finishes by saying that if Tozawa doesn't win...There will be consequences. . After this, we see the duo of Lars Sullivan and Andrade "Cien" Almas discussing with Zelina Vega. Vega says that being a team didn't work out for them, but it's okay, as they're still the two best singles competitors in NXT. The fact that Mustafa Ali holds the NXT title right now is a joke, but it's a joke that will end soon, as Sullivan and Almas are coming to claim that gold. . Bobby Roode VS TJP NXT's next match sees Bobby Roode do battle with TJP, desperately in need of a win after his failure to unseat Mustafa Ali. In a good match, Roode would pick up the victory, putting away TJP with a Glorious DDT. Though no longer in NXT title contention, Bobby Roode is still a dangerous competitor, and he could insert his name back into the title picture at any moment. . NXT then cuts backstage to Johnny Gargano and Oney Lorcan, who are still down about losing the Dusty Rhodes Classic. Oney tries to cheer Gargano up, but Johnny pushes him away in anger. Oney tries to calm him down, but Johnny yells at him that if Ciampa were there instead of Oney, they would've won, and that Oney is letting Ciampa down right now. Both men are silent for a bit, and Johnny finally begins to calm down. He apologizes to Oney, and Oney forgives him, but both men are clearly shaken after what just occurred. . NXT then sees Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly in Triple H's office, and Hunter congratulates them on their Dusty Rhodes Classic victory. Hunter tries to tell them that because of their victory, they will receive a shot at the NXT tag team champions, but before he can, the Authors of Pain enter the room. The AoP remind Fish and O'Reilly that they never truly beat the Authors, and that as the former champions, they deserve a rematch before anyone. Triple H tries to counter this, but Fish and O'Reilly tell him that they're willing to put their title match on the line if it gives them a chance to shut the Authors of Pain up. Triple H relents, and a huge number one contender's match between Red Dragon and the Authors of Pain is made for two weeks from now. . Heavy Machinery VS Heroes Eventually Die Tonight's main event sees the new NXT tag team champions, Kassius Ohno and Aleister Black, take on the always impressive Heavy Machinery. In a great main event, the tag team champions would prove their worth, with Aleister Black putting away Tucker Knight with Black Mass. NXT ends with Black and Ohno celebrating, tag titles in hand, now seemingly on the same page yet again.

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