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  1. 𝑅𝐴𝑊 𝑅𝑖𝑣𝑎𝑙𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Baron Corbin, Kane and Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler, Randy Orton and Zack Ryder Randy Orton opened the RAW following his loss at WWE Bad Blood, he was furious how Kane had got involved in his match and rightfully called out The Authority, questioning also why Christian and Stephanie McMahon were sitting on the sidelines not doing anything. Christian took Randy Orton's comments into consideration, but placed finding a team for WWE Survivor Series to compete against SmackDown as a bigger priority than his concerns. Randy Orton would win the first qualification match against Sheamus, although by disqualification as Kane and Seth Rollins assaulted him with the help of Baron Corbin, who seemed to be an association with The Authority. The following week, Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder, two individuals who have previously been victimised by The Authority and Baron Corbin respectively, questioned why Christian had done nothing. When The Authority came out to answer instead their running down of Ziggler and Ryder was interrupted when Randy Orton blindsided the trio, starting a six-man brawl which the faces were able to come out of on top. Seth Rollins would later challenge Randy Orton to an elimination match at WWE Survivor Series, telling him to find a team. Dolph Ziggler and Kane battled in the main event, Dolph Ziggler winning via disqualification when Seth Rollins got involved. Randy Orton and Zack Ryder would save Ziggler from a post-match assault , ending the show standing tall. The next RAW, Randy Orton accepted Seth Rollins' challenge. Christian interrupted him and clarified that if Randy Orton were to battle Seth Rollins with a team behind him he would be giving up his place on team RAW at WWE Survivor Series. In the main event of the show, Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens defeated Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton, with Seth Rollins proving a thorn in the side of the duo at ringside. It would be Zack Ryder who stood tall to end the show, thwarting Seth Rollins' attack on Ziggler and Orton, with Corbin and Kane also assisting the "Architect." It seemed with two weeks to go, the teams were set. Randy Orton did indeed choose Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder to be his partners in the elimination match facing Baron Corbin, Kane and Seth Rollins. In the main event, Kane and Seth Rollins successfully defeated RAW Tag Team Champions, The Usos. The Authority and Baron Corbin would beat down The Usos while holding the ring, Randy Orton and his team attempted to make the save but were unsuccessful. The go-home show was mostly uneventful. Seth Rollins and Dolph Ziggler would square off in the main event, the former getting the victory. The aftermath lead to another six-man brawl, with Triple H attempting to keep house. Randy Orton would snap and RKO Triple H during the brawl, with Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder managing to overcome the other members of The Authority. Will The Authority continue to reign supreme at WWE Survivor Series or will Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder manage to dent their armour? Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg "The Beast" Brock Lesnar met "The Iconic" Goldberg for the first time in over a decade at WWE Bad Blood, it was no surprise things got physical. Goldberg would be the first to react as he challenged Brock Lesnar to a match at WWE Survivor Series. No gimmick, no security surrounding the ring or keeping them apart. Paul Heyman would respond the following week accepting. Citing that Goldberg was a decade older than Brock Lesnar, and his fairy tale return was going to be crushed at WWE Survivor Series. A video hype package played detailing their histories, their first meeting at WWE Survivor Series 2003 where Goldberg interrupted a Brock Lesnar interview, all the way to their historic match at WrestleMania 20, with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin himself involved. The go-home show featured a second meeting in as many months between the two behemoths. Paul Heyman promoted their bout as a match for the ages one which would go down in history, but he predicted once more Goldberg would fall to Brock Lesnar. Brock Lesnar would incite a brawl with Goldberg, but "The Iconic" one would get the better of him, throwing him out of the ring before lining up Paul Heyman, hitting Lesnar's advocate with a brutal spear. This is a match that didn't need a build-up. It is not a fable. Just a meeting between two legends, two powerhouses. The question is, which one will defeat the other at WWE Survivor Series? Team RAW vs. Team SmackDown WWE Survivor Series is a time where the two biggest brands in sports entertainment clash, to see which one of them is superior. Christian, general manager of RAW, was tasked by the commissioner Stephanie McMahon to put together a male and female team whom would clash against their SmackDown counterparts. Christian announced that qualification matches would take place the RAW following WWE Bad Blood, with Randy Orton defeating Sheamus to be the first entrant into Team RAW. The following week, having been impressed with their cohesion and team work as a tag team, Christian named Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens as the "co-captains" of his brand's Survivor Series team. Dolph Ziggler would also defeat Kane in the main event to make four confirmed names for the team with three weeks to go. The following week would be a poor one for Team RAW, however. Randy Orton left the team as he accepted Seth Rollins' challenge for a six-man elimination match at Survivor Series. However, Jeri-KO continued their fine form as they defeated Randy Orton and other team member Dolph Ziggler, who was all but confirmed to be teaming with Randy Orton at the Survivor Series event. Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens also invaded SmackDown Live the following night which they were scolded for by Christian and Stephanie McMahon. Further on into the night, Christian named Cesaro and Sheamus as the official third and fourth members of Team RAW. They had been teaming for a couple of weeks and Christian was impressed with their skills, and warned them what would happen should they not continue their teamwork heading into the event. Once the main event had concluded, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns of SmackDown Live would assault Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens in the parking lot. Rusev would be named as the final member of Team RAW on the go-home show, having collected a couple of victories since losing to Randy Orton at WWE Vengeance. Christian suspended Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens from his Survivor Series team, furious that they once again invaded SmackDown Live when warned not to, however commissioner Stephanie McMahon reversed the decision later in the night, Jeri-KO would later defeat The Dudley Boyz in the show. Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens, Cesaro, Sheamus and Rusev were the five named participants for Team RAW. Would the villainous five be able to topple their Team SmackDown counterparts? Or was there too much dissension between Cesaro and Sheamus, too much aggression inside of Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho. 𝑆𝘩𝑜𝑤 𝑠𝑢𝑚𝑚𝑎𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Week 4, October 2016 | Mid South | 18.5 Million Viewers | 84 Show Rating Week 1, November 2016 | South West | 18.7 Million Viewers | 88 Show Rating Week 2, November 2016 | Quebec | 18.7 Million Viewers | 89 Show Rating Week 3, November 2016 | Mid West | 18.5 Million Viewers | 89 Show Rating Week 4, November 2016 | Tri State | 19.2 Million Viewers | 87 Show Rating
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  3. Thirteen people signed up, meaning we'll have two leagues of six participants and seven participants for Season II. The league you'll be assigned into as well as the type you will receive has been done through list randomise and can be found below. League A: Ark Universe (Psychic) Blade (Water) FDS (C) (Steel) I Can't Odd (Fairy) Mikey (Rock) Monda (Normal) League B: Alex Costa (Poison) Arius (Dark) Gwynfro (Electric) Hans (Fighting) Marker (Fire) Meko (Ghost) Sheridan (Ground) Participants will have ten days to submit a team of eight Pokémon. This will be an active squad of six Pokémon and two substitute Pokémon who will be interchangeable with your squad once you finish your first league match. This squad should be posted on this thread within the ten day time period. Regulations and limitations to what you can use in your squad will be edited onto the first Season II post of this thread. If you do not post a team which complies with the regulations set out before the seven day period is up you automatically forfeit your place in the tournament. Bare in mind that regulations may chance depending on potential feedback from the participants of the tournament. Once all teams have been submitted through posting on this thread, more information regarding the deadlines for when matches should be played will be added to the first Season II post of this thread. Good luck to all competing in the official BrendenPlayz Pokémon Showdown Tournament!
  4. The BrendenPlayz Pokémon Showdown Tournament is back for Season II. Season II will still be a monotype tournament, hosted on Pokémon Showdown. Instead of a knockout bracket we will be doing a league system. This means more matches for all involved but it will also require more dedication so please don't sign up if you're going to quit. As the winner of Season I, @FDS reward for winning was that he got to pick his typing for Season II. He picked Steel. He, alongside semi-finalists @I Can't Odd and @MARKER are confirmed participants for Season II due to how competitive they were through Season I. I will also be entering Season II. We're looking for twelve competitors for Season II and with four confirmed participants we will need at least eight people to sign up. If there is high demand I am open to setting the bar at fourteen competitors, meaning two leagues of seven participants. Unlike Season I participants won't be valued on a first come first serve basis. Eligible people will be decided by myself, and the discord moderators FDS and I Can't Odd. People who entered Season I will have a slightly better chance of being picked but it is not an absolute as we're also looking for new competitors to shake up the competition. There is a list of people I will not consider, if you were in Season I and were either unsporting or did not follow the rules you will not be considered. Regulations, deadlines and league matches will be announced post-sign up. Reply to this if you want in. Regulations list for BrendenPlayz Pokémon Showdown Tournament - Season II - No legendary Pokémon or Uber tier Pokémon, unless specified in this list. - No Ultra Beasts or Z Crystals. - One mystical/unbanned legendary Pokémon per team, one pseudo legendary Pokémon per team and one Mega Evolution per team. - No duplicate Pokémon. - The abilities Arena Trap and Shadow Tag are not allowed. - Smogon clauses are active. Refer to here to see the clauses in detail. - If any of the above regulations are found to be violated throughout the tournament automatic disqualification applies.
  5. Anderson Silva released from CEO position following UFC 241 brawl as multiple fans remain hospitalised a week later By Sheridan Mueller, 11/11/19 The Ultimate Fighting Championship today released a press statement announcing that the board of directors have mutually come to a decision with Anderson Silva that he relinquish his CEO position within the company. This decision comes days after audience members unfortunately fell casualty to an incident between the fighting camp of Daniel Cormier and that of Jon Jones. Daniel Cormier defeated Stipe Miocic by unanimous decision when he called out Jon Jones to move up to heavyweight and complete their faux trilogy with a fight. The two competitors stared off when an altercation began between the two fighters teams, which ultimately was released into the crowd leading to many fans in attendance being involuntarily involved, some being injured in the process. Anderson Silva was the CEO of the Ultimate Fighting Championship for six months, after Dana White expressed interest in purchasing an NFL team. He initially struggled putting together shows but the past three pay-per-view events were critical and commercial successes, highlights being UFC 239 and UFC 240 respectively. The Brazilian also successfully held UFC Fight Night shows in South East Asia and China to commercial acclaim. It is believed he is the fall guy of the UFC 241 brawl due to the lack of longevity he had in his role. As of writing no fighters or trainers from either camp have been fined or suspended and three to four fans remain in critical condition in Mountain View Hospital, Nevada.
  6. Multiple fans in critical condition as post-fight brawl spoils UFC 241 following Daniel Cormier's win By Sheridan Mueller, 04/11/19 After a post-fight celebration turned dangerous following Daniel Cormier's victory over Stipe Miocic due to his camp brawling with the camp of Jon Jones, who was at cage side, the UFC has released a statement reporting that multiple fans who were bystanders have been injured in the fallout. Joe Rogan stepped into the octagon to interview Daniel Cormier, who had retained his UFC Heavyweight Championship against Stipe Miocic, when the champion called out Jon Jones, who was at ringside. The two had a stare down, that was until the camera sit to outside the octagon where members of Daniel Cormier's camp were brawling and tackling those at Jackson-Wink MMA, Jon Jones' camp. Those involved in the brawl are expected to receive hefty fines as well as large suspensions for their involvement with injuring civilians, while the UFC is also expected to be fined due to being incapable of controlling the two camps, some who are UFC employees. It is thought that Jon Jones will not be suspended as he didn't involve himself, and neither did Daniel Cormier. This incident is sure to bring the MMA world under heavy scrutiny as well as put a dark cloud over what was a commercial success. With the likes of Megan Anderson and Jack Hermansson upsetting the odds, as well as Cody Garbrandt and Tecia Torres winning in comfortable fashion also. Robbie Lawler was able to down Colby Covington in Illinois at Fight Night 158, in a victory that will be sure to propel him close to the top five rankings and potentially one bout away from a UFC Welterweight Championship shot. Bantamweight Pedro Munhoz was able to score a huge upset as he knocked out Cody Stamann, while Ryan Spann and Niko Price scored victories against opposition. Full results from Fight Night 158 and UFC 241 can be found below. UFC Fight Night 158: Covington vs. Lawler results Illinois - 26/10/19 UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic results Nevada - 02/11/19 UFC 242 takes place in Victoria, Australia as the UFC Middleweight Championship will be on the line as defending champion Robert Whittaker is matched against Israel Adesanya. The event also features the likes of Edson Barboza, Dominick Reyes and Anthony Pettis fighting too. They also host events in Quebec and South East Europe, the latter hosting Valentina Shevchenko's UFC Flyweight Women's Championship defence against challenger Katlyn Chookigian.
  7. Week 3, October 2016 | Mid South | 900,000 Buys | 81 Show Rating RAW General Manager Christian is in the ring with the United States Championship. He reveals that as of last night Sami Zayn has not been medically cleared to defend his title and is therefore going to vacate the belt. Suddenly, Sami Zayn's theme music hits to a loud reaction and the babyface limps down the ramp. Although he is not in a state to compete he begs Christian to let him defend his United States Championship. After a back and forth, Christian reluctantly agrees and finds an opponent for Sami Zayn, Baron Corbin. Following their win over The Dudley Boyz, the referee hands The Usos the RAW Tag Team Championships. Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso take to separate turnbuckles to pose and celebrate with their newly won championships as The Dudley Boyz roll out of the ring, disappointed. Goldberg is already in the ring, as Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman enter. Brock bounces around on the entrance ramp, as Paul Heyman gestures to the back for a large wall of security to follow them down to the ring. The line of security stand diagonally in the ring, keeping Goldberg and Brock Lesnar apart. Paul Heyman proceeds to run down and antagonise Goldberg as Brock Lesnar remains cocky at the side of his advocate. Goldberg initially is calm, but he eventually explodes and tries to attack Brock Lesnar, only for Lesnar and Heyman to roll out of the ring as the security attempts to hold Goldberg back, they are unsuccessful though, and Goldberg demolishes the security as Brock Lesnar watches on. Bayley is in the ring celebrating retaining her RAW Women's Championship when General Manager Christian walks out. He congratulates Bayley on defeating Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks tonight, labelling her two opponents the best of the women's division beside herself. Christian reveals that he and Stephanie McMahon believe she has cleared out the competition in the RAW women's division, and is worthy of a new challenge for the next pay-per-view, Survivor Series. Christian then reveals Bayley will be defending her title against.. Nikki Bella! Nikki Bella's theme music hits to a loud reaction, she has been out since the beginning of the year with an injury, but she'll return to in-ring action against Bayley at Survivor Series. Nikki Bella poses on the entrance ramp as Bayley looks excited for a new challenge in the ring.
  8. UFC Middleweight Championship unification bout announced for UFC 242 as New Zealand fighters meet in Australian showdown By Sheridan Mueller, 21/10/19 Robert Whittaker makes his much anticipated return inside the octagon as he'll defend his UFC Middleweight Championship against the second highest ranking middleweight in the world as well as fellow New Zealand native, Israel Adesanya. UFC 242 was announced moments ago as the promotion heads down under with the two champions of their middleweight division meeting to unify the belts. This is the first time that the promotion visits Oceania under Anderson Silva's reign. The promotion announced two Fight Night shows alongside UFC 242, including a showdown in Turkey between Flyweight Championship holder Valentina Shevchenko and challenger Katlyn Chookigan. UFC Fight Night 159: Ponzinibbio vs. Woodley Quebec - 23/11/19 Tyrone Woodley returns to action in the Welterweight Division for the first time since losing his UFC Welterweight Championship against Kamara Usman, he takes on Argentine fighter Santiago Ponzinibbio in Quebec who is on an impressive winning streak. Tyrone Woodley will be looking to retain his top five ranking inside the division. Should he win it is unlikely that he'll have a shot against current champion Kamara Usman, with Kevin Lee the favourite to next face the champion. Mirsad Bektic looks to advance inside the top ten rankings of the Featherweight Division as he takes on Myles Jury whilst popular fighter Johnny Walker looks to break into the top fifteen with a fight against Jan Blacowitz. UFC Fight Night 160: Shevchenko vs. Chookagian South East Europe - 30/11/19 Valentina Shevchenko becomes the first fighter to defend a championship on a Fight Night card since Anderson Silva took over the promotion close to six months ago, she faces Katlyn Chookagian for the UFC Women's Flyweight Championship in South East Europe. The event is mainly a people pleaser featuring a lot of European fighters. In the semi-main Misha Cirkunov and Gian Villante meet in the Light Heavyweight Division, with each fighter looking to edge closer towards a permanent place in the top fifteen rankings. Welsh Bantamweight Brett Johns meets French fighter Tom Dusquesnoy whilst Michael Prazerez looks to advance his winning streak against Nick Hein. UFC 242: Whittaker vs. Adesanya Victoria - 07/12/19 Australian UFC followers will be treated to a spectacle of a main event, as the two highest ranked middleweight fighters in the world battle it out for the UFC Middleweight Championship. Robert Whittaker has only his second defence in as many years, while Israel Adesanya looks to advance his undefeated record to 18-0 with the defeat of Robert Whittaker. In the semi-main Anthony Pettis battles Brazilian fighter Edson Barboza in a bout what looks to be very exciting, a win for either fighter propelling them into the top five rankings of the most popular division in MMA. Dominick Reyes also looks to climb into the top five rankings of his division, the prospect fights a veteran in Antonoa Rogerio Nogueira, while more Brazilian fighters in Norma Dument and Thiago Alvas have fights too.
  9. 𝑅𝐴𝑊 𝑅𝑖𝑣𝑎𝑙𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Seth Rollins (c) vs. Randy Orton - World Heavyweight Championship Although Seth Rollins successfully defended his World Heavyweight Championship at WWE Vengeance, it was not without controversy. Randy Orton, following his victory over Rusev was quick to point this out as he opened the RAW following the event. General Manager agreed with Randy Orton, and he made a fatal four-way match as the main event along with making two rematches from the night previously. Randy Orton would face Cesaro, Sheamus and former number one contender Dolph Ziggler for the opportunity to face Seth Rollins at a later date. Randy Orton successfully defeated the trio of names, but found himself working alongside Dolph Ziggler after the match, as Kane and Seth Rollins attempted to put the beat down on the babyface pair. Their attack was unsuccessful, leaving Randy Orton and Dolph Ziggler standing tall to close out the show. Kane and Seth Rollins were booked in a match which would main event the following RAW. They teamed up to face Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder in a losing effort, however post-match Kane and Seth Rollins were able to attack Ziggler and Ryder. Randy Orton attempted to make the save but Seth Rollins managed to pedigree him, leaving Kane and Seth Rollins to stand tall. The feud escalated further, as Randy Orton opened the next RAW alongside Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder, who felt mistreated by The Authority and wanted Christian to act on it. The Authority were quick to diminish their claims but Christian sided with Orton, Ziggler and Ryder. He made two matches for the next, a WWE Vengeance rematch between Randy Orton and Rusev as well as a World Heavyweight Championship bout, pitting Seth Rollins against Zack Ryder. Both Randy Orton and Seth Rollins won their matches, Rollins retaining his title in the process but it didn't stop Randy Orton hitting an RKO on Seth Rollins following his victory, leaving him and Zack Ryder holding the ring to close out the show. The go-home show pitted Randy Orton against Kane, with Randy Orton victorious. Seth Rollins was seemingly ready to return the favour by attacking Randy Orton, but Dolph Ziggler assisted "The Viper" by holding the ring, leaving Christian to come out and make the announcement that Ziggler would be in Orton's corner for the World Heavyweight Championship match! Enzo & Big Cass vs. Jeri-KO WWE Vengeance was unsuccessful for the duo of Chris Jericho and Sami Zayn, with the latter defending his United States Championship against the former. However, the fallout RAW was the absolute opposite. Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens announced that they would become a tag team, initially called Y2KO, (later changed to Jeri-KO) and Chris Jericho introduced "The List of Jericho" to the audience before making Sami Zayn the first name upon that list. The two would have a match later in the night, with Sami Zayn winning by disqualification due to Kevin Owens interfering. The two began beating down their fellow Canadian before the team of Enzo Amore and Big Cass ran down to support Zayn. They were successful in clearing the ring but not before Jeri-KO had done significant damage to the champion. The following RAW started with Christian announcing Sami Zayn was injured, and the General Manager admitted he didn't know if Sami Zayn would be capable of being the United States Championship holder. Jeri-KO came out to congratulate themselves, with Enzo Amore and Big Cass interrupting them, shaming them for celebrating injuring another wrestler. Jeri-KO would win their first match as an official tag team against American Alpha, but Big Cass would go on a rampage and clear the ring much to the enjoyment of Enzo Amore. Jeri-KO were disgusted by the actions of Enzo & Big Cass, leading Chris Jericho to act. He re-introduced the List of Jericho, putting the word SAWFT as the second participant on the list much to the anger of Enzo Amore and Big Cass, with a brawl ensuing due to this. Enzo Amore and Big Cass once again got the better of the heels and stood tall in the ring. The final RAW before Bad Blood pitted Enzo & Big Cass against another tag team in Gallows & Anderson, with the latter team winning due to to interference from Chris Jericho. This lead to a huge brawl involving the tag team division at Christian's orders, with then initial goal of separating Enzo & Big Cass and Jeri-KO leading into a large, division-wide fight. There is definitely some bad blood between the two teams, surrounding the injury of Sami Zayn, but who will be victorious at the WWE Bad Blood event? Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks - WWE Raw Women's Championship With the RAW Women's Championship match at WWE Vengeance ending in disqualification, the fall out was always going to be interesting. Christian decided on the first RAW of October to make a rematch between Bayley and Charlotte Flair, where the champion was able to defend successfully, to the fury of Charlotte Flair. "The Queen" began to put a beating on the defenceless Bayley, that was before Sasha Banks ran down to the ring, leading to Charlotte rolling out and a stare down to ensue. A tag team bout was made the following week, pitting Bayley and Sasha Banks against Charlotte Flair and a constant in the RAW women's division, Natalya, who proved her value as she and Charlotte successfully beat their opponents. Charlotte once again attempted to fight with Bayley post match, but, Bayley and Sasha Banks were ready, clearing the ring of Charlotte to send her retreating as they stood tall. Christian would make the match official backstage, citing Sasha Banks' win since returning against Natalya as well as Charlotte pinning Bayley in the tag team match. The final RAW before WWE Bad Blood featured a six-woman tag match, with Alexa Bliss being added alongside Bayley and Sasha Banks, while Dana Brooke would side with Charlotte Flair and Natalya. Bayley was able to win the match for her side, pinning Dana Brooke, leaving the three competitors competing for the RAW Women's Championship on even ground heading into the event. 𝑆𝘩𝑜𝑤 𝑠𝑢𝑚𝑚𝑎𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Week 4, September 2016 | Mid West | 17.8 Million Viewers | 82 Show Rating Week 1, October 2016 | Great Lakes | 17.9 Million Viewers | 86 Show Rating Week 2, October 2016 | Tri State | 18.1 Million Viewers | 84 Show Rating Week 3, October 2016 | South East | 17.8 Million Viewers | 83 Show Rating Predictions for WWE Bad Blood 2016 - World Heavyweight Championship match Seth Rollins (c) vs. Randy Orton - RAW Women's Championship match Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks Jeri-KO vs. Enzo & Big Cass - I Quit match Cesaro vs. Sheamus - RAW Tag Team Championships match The Dudley Boyz (c) vs. The Usos Bonus Questions Will the United States Championship be vacated at WWE Bad Blood due to Sami Zayn's injury? Which match will get the highest rating at WWE Bad Blood?
  10. Khabib Nurmagomedov and Max Holloway continue inspiring championship reigns, UFC's exploration of Asian market a success By Sheridan Mueller, 14/10/19 UFC Lightweight Championship holder and undefeated star Khabib "The Eagle" Nurmagomedov was pushed to a decision win at UFC 240 in what most are labelling not only his most entertaining fight in a long time, but potentially the closest. Dustin "The Diamond" Poirier looked excellent despite his defeat and experts are saying the event made a star out of him. Max Holloway made quick work of Featherweight legend Frankie Edgar, defeating him in the first round within the minute, to continue his reign as championship at said weight class. Germaine de Randimae bested former undefeated Women's Bantamweight "Fenomeno" Ketlen Viera via split decision in a decent bout, with this win she's primed to be facing Amanda Nunes in the future. Cain Velasquez appeared for the first time since losing to Francis Ngannou, he defeated the experienced Alexey Oleynik via unanimous decision. The main show kick-off match ended via split decision with Leon Edwards coming out top of the two Welterweight prospects, besting Ismail Naurdiev. Joanna Jedrezjcyzk defeated Michelle Waterson in a great fight to retain her place in the Women's Strawweight division on a show which was commercially and critically successful for the UFC's exploration of the Asian market. Sean O'Malley had a star making performance on the card while Zabit Magomedshapirov advanced closer to the top five rankings of the Featherweight division. Jose Aldo and Alex Volkanowski meanwhile fought to a draw in a surprisingly poor match, leaving the UFC in a bit of a problem as to who should challenge Max Holloway for the crown next. Full results from Fight Night 156, Fight Night 157 and UFC 240 can be found below. UFC Fight Night 156: Aldo vs. Volkanowski results China - 28/09/19 UFC Fight Night 156: Jedrzejcyzk vs. Waterson results Eastern Asia - 05/10/19 UFC 240: Khabib vs. Poirier results Florida - 12/10/19 The UFC next hold shows in Illinois and Nevada, with the latter hosting the rematch between Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic for the most coveted prize in the MMA world, the UFC Heavyweight Championship. Names such as Kelvin Gastelum and Megan Anderson feature on the card while Colby Covington is in action against UFC veteran Robbie Lawler at UFC Fight Night 158.
  11. My dream job would to be an astronaut, doing research in space. I am studying aeronautical engineering and would like to learn about astronautical engineering too. If not an astronaut I would like to design planes for an air carrier.
  12. I'd like to be known as a good moderator who is helpful and I'd like to gradually work towards winning my first championship sometime soon. My kayfabe is pretty good but I suck when competing for contribution titles and this is something I'd like to get better at.
  13. Tonight on WWE 205 Live, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak and Oney Lorcan have selected their teams and are ready to collide in a 5-on-5 Captain’s Challenge Match! After their brutal SummerSlam title rematch last week on WWE 205 Live, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak and Oney Lorcan had a heated altercation and had to be separated by WWE officials and fellow Cruiserweights. As a result of the chaos after the bout, WWE 205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick took to Twitter to announce that Gulak and Lorcan would each pick a team of five Superstars, including themselves, and compete in a Captain’s Challenge Match tonight on WWE 205 Live.Over the next five days, Gulak chose Ariya Daivari, Mike Kanellis, Angel Garza and his friend-turned-rival Tony Nese. Lorcan put together a squad consisting of Gentleman Jack Gallagher, Akira Tozawa, Humberto Carrillo and Isaiah “Swerve” Scott.Who will reign supreme? Don’t miss this highly anticipated battle during the most exciting hour of television, WWE 205 Live, streaming live tonight at 10/9 C on the award-winning WWE Network.
  14. Heavyweight showdown to headline UFC 241 as the promotion look for Las Vegas success By Sheridan Mueller, 23/09/19 Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic will do battle once more over the most prestigious belt in mixed martial arts history, as the Heavyweight Championship clash headlines an otherwise lacking card which takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, the first hometown show for the promotion since Anderson Silva took creative reign of the company. With heavy rumours regarding Jon Jones moving up to the division all eyes will be looking towards the main event, with analysts and fans alike excited at the potential trilogy fight between Jones and his long term rival, Daniel Cormier. Bad boys Kelvin Gastelum and Cody Garbrandt also compete on the card, while Colby Covington returns to action to headline Fight Night 158 as he faces off with veteran and former champion "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler. UFC Fight Night 158: Covington vs. Lawler Illinois - 26/10/19 Robbie Lawler will be looking to capitalise on the recent halt in Colby Covington's momentum as the two face off in Chicago, Illinois. Covington becomes the first highly ranked fighter to compete and headline twice under Anderson Silva, following his decision loss to Kamara Usman at UFC 237. Brazilian fighter Pedro Munhoz gets the opportunity to jump into the top five bantamweight rankings as he takes on Cody Stamann. Aside from that, the remaining fights are made up of prospects. Both Cynthia Cavilla and Nina Ansaroff have positive records in the promotion, and will be looking to break into the top ten rankings of the women's strawweight division. Ryan Spann takes on Saperbek Sararov in a closely predicted fight, while Niko Price, a hardcore fan favourite, looks to break into the welterweight ranking system with a win over Japanese competitor Takashi Sato. UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic Nevada - 02/11/19 Stipe Miocic will be looking to regain his Heavyweight Championship against "D.C." Daniel Cormier in a super rematch which alone is predicted to carry the UFC 241 card to commercial success. In spite of his huge height disadvantage, Cormier is slated to retain in a close-fought bout with most if not all predicting the bout to go all five rounds as experts struggle to split the two. Should Stipe Miocic win a rematch with Ngannou is on the horizon, if Cormier retains a huge fight with Jon Jones is pencilled in according to the media. This is a main event match with extremely big implications for the two heaviest divisions in the UFC. Jack "The Joker" Hermansson continues his unexpected rise through the middleweight division as he takes on Kelvin Gastelum, with a top five ranking in the division on the line. Cody Garbrandt will be looking to put a stop to his three-fight losing streak, he is expected to comfortably beat John Dodson while Megan Anderson and Tecia Torres are expected to retain their places in the top five rankings of their respective divisions, featherweight and strawweight.
  15. UFC 239 a huge commercial success in spite of quick main event finish, Ngannou also downs dos Santos abruptly in a finish friendly card By Sheridan Mueller, 16/09/19 Both Jon Jones and Amanda Nunes successfully defended their championships at UFC 239 in very different manners, as the California show delivered success for Anderson Silva's job security as well as broke countless records for MMA in the state. In the main event Jones, a fighter some would label the greatest to ever do it, lived up to the hype as he defeated Thiago "The Hammer" Santos with an elbow knockout within a minute of their bout starting. With the Light Heavyweight division short on top quality contenders for the current champion, most experts are saying now is the time for Jon Jones to make the jump to heavyweight while he is still in his prime. Amanda Nunes defeated Holly Holm in a fight of the night performance, the bout went to decision but Amanda retained unanimously. With the likes of Germaine de Randimae still on hiatus and Aspen Ladd having barely made it into the top five rankings, a rematch at featherweight with Cris Cyborg seems to be the likely move for the double champion. Ben Askren became 2-0 within the UFC with a mundane victory over the spicy Jorge Masvidal, while Mackenzie Dern and Joseph Benavitez also won, the latter expected to face Henry Cejudo for the Flyweight Championship with this win. Francis Ngannou decimated a former champion in Junior dos Santos in forty seconds in Canada to stake his claim for the Heavyweight Championship. While it is anticipated Daniel Cormier will face Stipe Miocic for the title in a Las Vegas rematch soon, he should be in line to face the winner of that fight with such a dominating performance over a top five heavyweight. Ronaldo Souza maintained his top five ranking at middleweight on the card, while Chinese fighter Weili Zheng surprisingly lost to J.J Aldrich at strawweight, bringing her record to 19-2. Full results from Fight Night 155 and UFC 239 can be found below. UFC Fight Night 155: Ngannou vs. dos Santos results British Columbia - 07/09/19 UFC 239: Jones vs. Santos results California - 14/09/19 The promotion begin their heavily promoted Asia tour at the end of September where Jose Aldo faces off against the rising Alexander Volkanowski next. Fight Night 157 features Joanna Jedrzejcyzk and Michelle Waterson getting into action while UFC 240 features a plethora of hard-hitting talent with the card headlined by Khabib Nrurmagomedov defending his Lightweight Championship against Dustin Poirier in the middle of October in Florida.

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