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  1. Predictions for WWE SummerSlam 2016 - WWE Championship match AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. John Cena vs. Roman Reigns Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton - World Heavyweight Championship match Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins - SmackDown Tag Team Championships match ??? vs. The New Day vs. Prime Time Players - RAW Women's Championship match Bayley vs. Natalya Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Bálor - United States Championship match Kevin Owens vs. Rusev vs. Sami Zayn vs. Zack Ryder - SmackDown Women's Championship match Becky Lynch vs. Paige - RAW Tag Team Championships Tables match Enzo & Big Cass vs. The Dudley Boyz - WWE Intercontinental Championship match Adrian Neville vs. Apollo Crews vs. The Miz Cesaro vs. Sheamus Bonus Questions Which match will score the highest rating on the card? The SmackDown Tag Team Championships match will change throughout the show, who are ??? (One point per each correctly guessed wrestler) Despite his ban, will Chris Jericho interfere in a match on the SummerSlam card?
  2. The moderation team has picked up on the fact that the reputation point system is being abused. Reputation points allow forums members to show their appreciation for another members work without posting. They allow for users to give their reactions in a simple manner. Recently some members have been misusing reputation points and exploiting their use. We have seen members spamming reputation points in quick succession to another members work. We have also learned that members are making deals to trade reputation points to each other. These are things that exploit what reputation points are intended for and in the eyes of the moderation team is unethical. We have the plugs channel on the discord so that people can plug their work and we don't find anything wrong with occasionally asking people to read and give their opinions on your work. But when the reputation points system is being misused so clearly and members are earning an excessive amount of points per week it devalues the system as a whole, and in the case of newer members, it practically breaks the reputation points required for them to challenge for certain championships. To combat this, we have lowered the amount of reputation points members can give on a daily basis. Regular members can now give reputation points 10 times per day, advanced members can give 12, supporters can give 15 and premium members can give 20. If you are found to be abusing the reputation points system from this post onward you will be warned and may be banned from the monthly voting if you do so again after your warning.
  3. Money In The Bank Ladder Match Johnny Gargano vs Daniel Bryan vs Ricochet vs Lars Sullivan vs Sheamus vs Bobby Lashley vs Adam Cole WWE Championship Match Andrade Cien Almas (C) vs John Cena WWE Universal Championship Match Seth Rollins (C) vs Apollo Crews WWE Intercontinental Championship Match Pete Dunne (C) vs Cody Rhodes WWE United States Championship Match Cesaro (C) vs Braun Strowman WWE Womens Championship Ladder Match Becky Lynch (C) vs Toni Storm WWE Tag Team Championships The Revival (C) vs War Raiders Singles Match Kassius Ohno vs Roman Reigns
  4. Due to Gill leaving the tournament a place has opened up. I'm reserving this place for @Lord Yautja, as he wanted to sign up beforehand. However, if he doesn't want to join the tournament the opening will be filled on a first come first serve basis. The person who fills the spot will have four days to submit an acceptable Dark monotype team. They'll be facing Julius in the first round at a time yet to be determined. On that note to everyone else in the tournament you have four days to submit an acceptable team, if you do not do this you automatically lose your first round match-up.
  5. Araquanid Armaldo Dustox Galvantula Heracross Pinsir-Mega @ Pinsirite Scizor Volcorona
  6. 𝑅𝐴𝑊 𝑅𝑖𝑣𝑎𝑙𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins - World Heavyweight Championship After the vacating of all active championships in the draft, as well as the WWE Championship being drafted to SmackDown, Stephanie McMahon alongside her chosen general manager Christian revealed that the World Heavyweight Championship would be returning to Monday Night's. Seth Rollins felt that he should be awarded the championship which drew the interruption of Dolph Ziggler, arguing his case for the opportunity to compete for the title. This lead to the inaugural main event of Christian's reign, where Ziggler and Sami Zayn defeated the team of Rollins and Kevin Owens, with Rollins attacking Ziggler after the match. The following RAW, Christian set up qualification matches to decide who would compete for the World Heavyweight Championship at SummerSlam. Dolph Ziggler defeated Cesaro and Rusev in his match, thanks to the help of Sheamus, while Seth Rollins overcame Randy Orton and Sheamus in the main event, although he was attacked post-match by Brock Lesnar. Ziggler would also compete the week after, beating Baron Corbin in a singles match, but not before pleading his case as to why he should become the inaugural World Heavyweight Champion of the new era, citing his history with the belt, as well as Seth Rollins' alliance with the McMahon family. Seth Rollins later in the show squashed these claims, stating that Dolph Ziggler was making excuses for when he eventually loses their match at SummerSlam. The highlight of the go-home show was Seth Rollins and Dolph Ziggler meeting face to face to discuss their chances. This built up to a tag team match where Ziggler alongside Randy Orton would defeat the duo of Chris Jericho and Seth Rollins. The two contenders would clash after, however Brock Lesnar would once again inadvertently barge in on their rivalry to attack Randy Orton, delivering an F-5 to "The Viper" alongside Chris Jericho and Seth Rollins, as Dolph Ziggler watched on. Will "The Architect" deliver on his promises to become the first World Heavyweight Champion? Or will Dolph Ziggler's experience and heart be too much for Seth Rollins? Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton A match that had been made before the WWE Draft was tuned up to eleven on the RAW following, Paul Heyman alongside his client made the claim that Randy Orton didn't have a chance against "The Beast" at SummerSlam, however his claims were rebuked fairly quickly as Orton appeared out of nowhere to deliver his signature "RKO" to the unaware Lesnar, leaving him face down as his advocate looked on speechless. Christian wasn't happy with the attack and shouted at Orton for putting the brand's priority match at the second biggest event of the year in jeopardy, and to much surprise Randy Orton apologised to the new general manager. Christian rewarded his apology by placing him in a qualification match for the World Heavyweight Championship, however Lesnar showed up towards the end of that bout, delivering an F-5 to Seth Rollins and Sheamus as Randy Orton barely managed to escape. Paul Heyman would sit down with executives to promote the bout the following week. Calling the match a "once in a lifetime" clash with a predictable ending. Randy Orton meanwhile was in action in a six-man tag team match, winning alongside the duo of Sami Zayn and Zack Ryder. He would also compete on the go-home show, himself and Dolph Ziggler picking up a victory over Chris Jericho and Seth Rollins. But "The Beast" made his presence felt, finally getting his revenge on "The Viper" as he delivered a brutalising F-5 to Orton, alongside Jericho and Seth Rollins to end the go-home show standing tall. Brock Lesnar is a favourite for this one, but will Randy Orton be able to take down "The Beast" with his most deadly move like he did on the RAW after the WWE Draft? Enzo & Big Cass vs. The Dudley Boyz With the RAW Tag Team Championships being established following the WWE Draft, the teams that had been drafted to Monday nights were looking to stake a claim to the championships.The Dudley Boyz in their wealth of experience would be the team to do so, not only promoting their many accolades as a duo, but attacking their seemingly biggest threats in the form of Big Cass and Enzo Amore, after Big Cass beat Luke Gallows in a singles match. The latter would be put through a table as Big Cass was down and out. This would lead to Enzo & Big Cass coming out the week after and challenging the decorated tag team duo to a match, however the match would be the following week. Enzo and Big Cass would win their match against The Dudley Boyz, but it would be by disqualification after Bubba Ray Dudley had enough and illegally attacked Big Cass. This would lead to another beat down, though this time it would be Big Cass who they would attempt to put through a table, however Enzo Amore made the save in sneaky fashion leaving Bubba and his brother D-Von frustrated. Christian would make a rematch for SummerSlam, with the RAW Tag Team Championships on the line. The Dudley Boyz would attempt to attack their younger opponents backstage, however their plans were foiled and reversed as Big Cass and his size advantage allowed him to single-handedly overthrow their more experienced counterparts. Will The Dudley Boyz and their success guarantee their victory over Enzo Amore and Big Cass? Or will the more brash and cocky duo get the better of them once again and become the first holders of the RAW Tag Team Championships? 𝑆𝘩𝑜𝑤 𝑠𝑢𝑚𝑚𝑎𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Week 1, August 2016 | South West | 15.3 Million Viewers | 84 Show Rating Week 2, August 2016 | Mid West | 17.2 Million Viewers | 81 Show Rating Week 3, August 2016 | New England | 16.6 Million Viewers | 78 Show Rating Week 4, August 2016 | Hawaii | 17.0 Million Viewers | 85 Show Rating
  7. The first post of this thread has been edited to show the tournament bracket, alongside which type you've been randomly assigned. Once all sixteen 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 post of this thread. Bare in mind that regulations may chance depending on potential feedback from the participants of the tournament. Once more I'd like to stress if an acceptable team hasn't been submitted when the seven day deadline expires you automatically forfeit your place in the tournament.
  8. Fifteen people (and Arius) have joined, meaning we have a 16 man tournament for season I. Brackets and the type you're assigned with will be done through list randomise and will be edited onto the first post of this thread. Once you have been assigned your type, you have seven days to make a team of eight Pokémon. This will be an active squad of six Pokémon and two substitutes who will be interchangeable with your squad should you make it past the first round. This squad should be posted on this thread within the seven day time period. Regulations and limitations to what you can use in your squad will be edited onto the first 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. Good luck to all competing in the official BrendenPlayz Pokémon Showdown Tournament!
  9. Monotype tournament on Pokémon Showdown. Regulations, times and brackets will be announced post sign-up. Reply to this if you want in. Regulations list for BrendenPlayz Pokémon Showdown Tournament - Season I - No legendary Pokémon or Uber tier Pokémon. - No Ultra Beasts or Z Crystals. - One mystical 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. - A further personalised ban list can be found here. - If any of the above regulations are found to be violated throughout the tournament automatic disqualification applies.
  10. Vacant Championship situation remedied with three more cards added to summer season By Sheridan Mueller, 03/06/19 The UFC have published three more events to their schedule to round off their first quarter since middleweight legend Anderson Silva took the reigns of the company. UFC 238 will see the promotion head to Brazil with two championships on the line, including the Bantamweight Championship which has been vacant since T.J. Dillashaw's suspension. Anthony Smith will compete for the first time since losing to Jon Jones as he headlines Fight Night 153 and Kevin Lee makes his first appearance at welterweight as he takes on "Wonderboy" Stephen Thompson at Fight Night 154. UFC Fight Night 153: Blachowicz vs. Smith Washington - 27/07/19 With the ever dominant Jon Jones slated to face Thiago Santos at a later date, the Ultimate Fighting Championship are tasked with finding a next challenger for the belt. Both Jan Blachowicz and Anthony Smith however will not be in that discussion. The last challengers to the two names in that upcoming bout, both are looking to recover from their losses and for the former, look to shake up the top five rankings of the Light Heavyweight division. Darren Till hopes to keep his place in the welterweight top ten as he takes on Neil Magny with many speculating Till will move up to middleweight should he fail to win. Women's featherweight Felicia Spencer and flyweight Katlyn Chookagian are also in action, with speculations for the latter facing the winner of Shevchenko vs. Eye for the belt should she be victorious against Modafferi. UFC Fight Night 154: Lee vs. Thompson Arizona - 03/08/19 The welterweight division will be greeting a new face in August, with Kevin Lee moving up from lightweight after suffering a loss to Al Iaquinta. Former championship contender Stephen Thompson greets the young but honed fighter in what is sure to be an exciting bout which will shake the higher rankings of the division. "The Korean Zombie" returns after suffering from what many are labelling the knock out of 2018 as he takes on highly ranked Renato Carneiro at featherweight. The popular Julianna Pena returns for her first fight in two years, she takes on Sarah Moras. Prospects Roosevelt Roberts and Nathaniel Wood are also in action, hoping to break into the top twenty five with victories over their opponents. UFC 238: Cejudo vs. Moraes Brazil - 17/08/19 Bantamweight's vacant championship will soon have a new home as UFC 238 will be headlined by Marlon Moraes in Brazil, who takes on Henry Cejudo which is sure to be an exciting bout. Cejudo moves up from the flyweight division and was the last man to beat former champion T.J. Dillashaw while Moraes is on a four match winning streak, his last three bouts coming against top five opponents. Rose Namajunas will also defend her championship against native Jessica Andrade. The sitting champion hasn't defended since her decision win over Joanna Jędrzejczyk while her challenger is coming off of a three fight win streak. Like flyweight champion Shevchenko, Namajunas is thought highly of as a future star of the promotion so management will be hoping she is successful in what is slated to be a close bout against the former bantamweight Andrade. Volkan Oezdemir takes on Glover Teixeira at light heavyweight, while Vicente Luque faces his toughest challenge yet in the ever competitive Michael Chiesa. Kron Gracie has also been thrusted into the limelight rather early into his MMA career, he takes on Kyle Nelson in what is expected to be an incredibly one sided bout to the former.
  11. WWE I Siblings at War An @Arius and @Sheridan Total Extreme Wrestling diary. The WWE landscape dramatically changed throughout Monday evening, following the 2016 WWE Draft. Recently announced RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon, alongside her newly chosen General Manger Christian, picked superstars to come to their brand, RAW. Over on the blue brand, Commissioner Shane McMahon and his appointed General Manager Daniel Bryan picked superstars to come to their brand, SmackDown Live. The game-changing superstar switches were announced during Monday evening, with the changes widely anticipated to premiere on Monday Night RAW, following through to SmackDown Live the night after. The recent draft further establishes WWE’s ability to continuously reinvent its global brands while providing two distinct processes for its flagship shows. (Thank you to @Kirk for the awesome graphic!)

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