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  1. BPZ Wrestling | Monday Night Carnage (September, Week 4) ________________________________________________________ Carnage's go-home show begins with Sheridan in the ring. Before her is a table, with contract upon it and two chairs on either side. Sheridan says she wants Carnage's first event under her leadership to be a success, and for the sake of also being professional, she believes holding a contract signing for the match between Jeremiah Flynn and Sameer is the best way to go about things. She talks about the history of the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship and hope
  2. I really, really liked the match between Brodie Lee and Orange Cassidy. Lee has looked really dominant in recent weeks and since feuding with Chris Jericho, Cassidy kind of has a different more serious light on his character. I think that the Dark Order disrupted this match a little too much, and Cody's return seems almost premature. I think it'd have been more impactful if he returned two or three weeks later. The women's tag team match was decent. I thought that the match was good, but I feel like AEW doesn't really care too much about their women's division, the storytelling aspect just isn
  3. "Amerika" by Rammstein crashes through the sound system, members of the Valor audience giving a positive reaction, with those watching at home are welcomed back from a commercial break. Smoke stirs on the entrance ramp, as lead singer of Rammstein begins to sing, backed by heavy metal rhythm and multiple instruments. We haven't seen Sheridan in around a week with her last appearance, speaking on how Eric Shun had seemingly left BrendenPlayz Wrestling. Despite this, we saw her on SportsCenter once more, previewing the Bad Blood Festival week and some of its key matches. Confidence spreads on Sh
  4. ๐–๐–๐… ๐’๐ฎ๐ฆ๐ฆ๐ž๐ซ๐’๐ฅ๐š๐ฆ ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ—๐Ÿ—๐Ÿ– WWF SummerSlam had two pre-show matches, featuring The Dudley Boyz making their in-ring debut against The Godwinns in a one-sided bout. Triple H picked up a win over Jeff Jarrett in the second match on the pre-show, a match which gained an 86 rating. Opening up the show, we went with Chris Candido against The Undertaker. This feud was primarily used to keep The Undertaker on television, and raise Chris Candido's popularity featuring him in segments alongside The Undertaker. This year is going to be curious for 'Taker, as we're introducing Kane into the WWF at some poin
  5. This is a fun match, I doubt it gets given the time it's worth but I do see these four putting on a great show. Cesaro and Nakamura should retain here, just because of their stature far above each member of the Lucha House Party. I would be interested in seeing Lucha House Party splitting, and getting some more recognition and television time as singles stars. As Hans said above me, they're all really talented individually, or at least Metalik and Dorado are. But as I have said countless times now the tag teams on both RAW and SmackDown just smell, it's clear WWE doesn't value the division all
  6. I'm a little sad this got downgraded to the kick-off. Because Asuka is a genuine threat and the biggest name on RAW. I also think Zelina has been doing good work since WrestleMania and I think she's actually quite good in-ring, something we've seen throughout her appearances over the years. I think putting this onto the kick-off show confirms what people above me have said, Asuka gets a one-sided win and moves onto feuding with another woman. It is a shame, though, because Zelina has been entertaining as of late and if they hadn't moved this, I could have seen her weaselling her way to a win.
  7. The Hurt Business is one of ever so few things I like on RAW at the moment. I think Lashley's push has been interesting to watch, and I'm glad he's been saved from the tragic storyline with Lana. I see him retaining against Apollo here, and I see this storyline pitting the Hurt Business against Apollo and Ricochet ending. I think that it's time for Lashley and the group to move onto greener pastures, while I probably see Apollo going back to being a jobber. But yeah, I didn't mind this storyline and I think this is a natural conclusion to it, with Lashley gaining a credible win here. If WWE we
  8. As others have expressed, this is nonsensical. We've seen Andrade, Garza and Zelina fight, then make up then fight again. I like both Andrade and Garza, but I don't want to see another mismatched team who don't get along, win the titles and further devalue the division. I like the Street Profits, but as others have said above me their reign hasn't been that exciting, through no fault of their own. I think it's clear WWE, just don't care too much about tag teams. I am hoping that the Hurt Business involve themselves in the division as soon as possible. But it's worth mentioning I don't want And
  9. Being blunt, I don't like TEW2020. I cannot place a finger on what I dislike about it, I appreciate that loading times are much faster and the game has multiple, genuine improvements. But I haven't been able to connect with it as I did to its predecessor and considering the TEW section of the Forums is dead at the moment, I suspect other people are having a similar issue to me, finding out that TEW2020 just isn't as fun. Maybe I am wrong to assume such, but nothing has been able to stick for me and I've tried both C-Verse and Real World mods. I still have a ton to post for Total Championship W
  10. SmackDown has some good, creative stories going on at the moment. I didn't find the opening segment very funny but the ordeal with the Money in the Bank contract is interesting as Otis isn't necessarily the right fit for the briefcase, and The Miz facing him for it could really go both ways. I really enjoyed the women's stuff. Bayley and Sasha Banks' feud has been a long time coming, Bayley is solidified as the heel of this feud with another attack, and Sasha's promo was great. I'm also a huge fan of what they're doing with Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross. The Intercontinental Championship picture
  11. ๐‘†๐˜ฉ๐‘’๐‘Ÿ๐‘–๐‘‘๐‘Ž๐‘› ๐‘œ๐‘› ๐‘†๐‘๐‘œ๐‘Ÿ๐‘ก๐‘ ๐ถ๐‘’๐‘›๐‘ก๐‘’๐‘Ÿ: ๐น๐‘–๐‘ฃ๐‘’ ๐พ๐‘’๐‘ฆ ๐‘€๐‘Ž๐‘ก๐‘๐˜ฉ๐‘’๐‘  ๐‘“๐‘œ๐‘Ÿ ๐ต๐‘Ÿ๐‘’๐‘›๐‘‘๐‘’๐‘›๐‘ƒ๐‘™๐‘Ž๐‘ฆ๐‘ง ๐ต๐‘Ž๐‘‘ ๐ต๐‘™๐‘œ๐‘œ๐‘‘ ๐น๐‘’๐‘ ๐‘ก๐‘–๐‘ฃ๐‘Ž๐‘™ With the announcement that NXT TakeOver: New Beginning, week three of the Survival Games tournament and the premiere event Bad Blood, would all collectively be grouped into one mammoth wrestling event based in New Zealand, it's safe to say this is one of the biggest events BrendenPlayz Wrestling has undertaken in quite some time. While the potential disadvantages financially are obvious, they're equal for the mainstream attraction something like this would gain. The promotion already have a plethora of matches
  12. In collaboration with Air New Zealand, BrendenPlayz Wrestling are thrilled to announce the Bad Blood Festival. This will be a multiple day showcase event with festivities spanning throughout the entire week. Teaming up with Air New Zealand, who are the primary sponsor of the event, BrendenPlayz Wrestling look to bring one of the hottest weeks in wrestling history to New Zealand. BrendenPlayz Wrestling's Bad Blood Festival will begin at NXT TakeOver: New Beginning. From the Spark Arena, Auckland, the feature bout for this show will pit The Tiger against long-time rival Amai, with NXT gold
  13. This is one of the more underrated storylines I feel. I like the aspect of someone who had to vacate the championship, injecting himself into a feud between the former champion and current titleholder. In this case, the three just so happen to make a match that on paper, looks really good. Both AJ and Sami are exceptional in-ring talents and a ladder match suits the style of Jeff Hardy. I'd like to see Sami Zayn win, but I think that's the least likely option to be honest. I see either AJ winning or Jeff Hardy retaining and should the second option happen, AJ goes on to feud with Roman Reigns
  14. WWE World Series Block A Night One (Network Special) Seth Rollins vs Aliester Black Finn Balor vs Kevin Owens Johnny Gargano vs Randy Orton Rey Mysterio vs Ricochet Bobby Lashley vs Keith Lee WWE World Series Block B Night One (Network Special) Daniel Bryan vs AJ Styles Adam Cole vs Jeff Hardy Sheamus vs Big E The Fiend vs Shinsuke Nakamura Tomasso Ciampa vs Sami Zayn

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