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  1. ๐–ถ๐—๐—ˆ ๐–ฒ๐—๐—ˆ๐—Ž๐—…๐–ฝ ๐–ข๐—ˆ๐—‡๐—ˆ๐—‹ ๐–ฌ๐–ผ๐–ฆ๐—‹๐–พ๐—€๐—ˆ๐—‹ ๐–ฟ๐—‚๐—€๐—๐— ๐—‡๐–พ๐—‘๐—? Written by Sheridan Conor McGregor returned to UFC after a long hiatus last night, stopping Donald Cerrone in dominant fashion in the Welterweight division. The Irish fighter not only retains his spot as the most popular fighter in Mixed Martial Arts by a wide margin, but became the first athlete to stop opposition in three weight classes, Featherweight, Lightweight and now, Welterweight. While Conor McGregor was the large favourite against Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone few could have predicted a win in such presiding fashion. McGregor and the promotion behind him now have a host of huge names in both MMA and Boxing to consider. I know McGregor has fans on the forums but I'd like to think some people do not pay much attention outside of McGregor's realm so I'd like to run through plausible opposition for Conor McGregor. From outside shots to the heavy favourites, here is a list of opposition the UFC and Conor McGregor himself will be considering for 'The Notorious One's' next grand adventure. ๐–ณ๐—๐–พ ๐–ซ๐—ˆ๐—‡๐—€ ๐–ฒ๐—๐—ˆ๐—๐—Œ Nate Diaz The Nate Diaz trilogy fight is something which will always be heavily welcomed from the Mixed Martial Arts community. Conor McGregor vowed to compete against Nate Diaz one more time after besting him in their rematch at Welterweight. The fight would be bound to bring in a lot of revenue for both competitors and the UFC alike. Furthermore, Nate Diaz made some controversial tweets in the wake of McGregor's knock out of Cerrone. I don't believe this fight will happen and if it does, it is wasted. Diaz is coming off a loss where he was dominated for three rounds by Jorge Masvidal, while McGregor has polar opposite momentum, knocking out an icon of the sport in less than forty seconds. McGregor has also shown vast improvement in the Welterweight Division from when he faced Nate Diaz. In truth? One of these fighters is further ahead than the other and, the UFC should not waste this rematch when much more promising fights are available to make throughout 2020. Kamara Usman Conor McGregor has long talked about his ambitions to become a champion fighter in three separate divisions. Something which would further cement his status as one of the most polarising and the best to ever fight within the octagon. Kamara Usman would be the stone wall standing in the way of that dream. While this fight would bring revenue for the UFC and would be a big challenge for McGregor, I don't believe it is a step which needs to be taken as I think Kamara Usman would better Conor McGregor. Usman is an internationally recognised violent wrestler and would be an awful match-up for Conor McGregor. He is the Welterweight equivalent of Khabib Nurmagomedov, but slightly taller and slightly stronger. Furthermore there are other match-ups to make in the Welterweight Division. Justin Gaethje Justin Gaethje could have been facing across from Conor McGregor last night had we been living in an alternate timeline. It was between Gaethje and Cerrone who presented the most realistic option for McGregor to return and fight, McGregor's team snubbing Gaethje for arguably the less tougher of the two fights. Gaethje and McGregor would tear any house down they entered due to their similar styles. Both are well-known for exciting bouts and prioritising striking and unlike Cerrone, Gaethje was not on a two bout losing streak before facing the Irishman. Should things not work out elsewhere, mainly with Jorge Masvidal and the winner of the next UFC Lightweight Championship bout, Gaethje would be a great name for McGregor to cross, albeit a slight step up from the veteran, Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone. ๐–ณ๐—๐–พ ๐–ข๐—…๐—ˆ๐—Œ๐–พ ๐–ข๐–บ๐—…๐—…๐—Œ Jorge Masvidal Jorge Masvidal is without a doubt, the biggest name outside of Conor McGregor who is currently active and ready to fight. Holder of the Baddest Motherf*cker Championship, something he dominated an aforementioned name to win in Nate Diaz. This fight for me makes the most sense but I do not believe it'll be the fight we see McGregor in next. Jorge Masvidal is on an unbelievable streak, including wins over Darren Till and a five-second knockout of the previously undefeated Ben Askren. I think that instead of making this fight, and risking either McGregor or Masvidal suffering a loss, Dana White and co. would prefer setting Masvidal up against the previously mentioned Kamara Usman, retiring the BMF Championship and putting Masvidal on course to win "proper" UFC gold. Floyd Mayweather / Manny Pacquiao Both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao have been touted and spoken about as potential opposition for Conor McGregor in the build up to UFC 246. After McGregor had a 95% strikes landed percentage, it is clear to see the boxing department of McGregor's arsenal has not suffered a sole bit in the long layoff for the Irishman. Pacquiao currently holds a Welterweight Championship in the boxing world. While Mayweather vs. McGregor 2 would be one of the largest selling combat sporting events of all time. Floyd Mayweather even went as far as to promote a rematch on his Instagram, uploading a poster of himself and McGregor to send the rumour mill spiralling. Both fighters are open to the boxing rematch, but I believe McGregor will prioritise his Mixed Martials Arts career for now and his adventures into boxing and more specifically facing Floyd Mayweather, might end up being a one-and-done. ๐–ณ๐—๐–พ ๐–ฅ๐–บ๐—๐—ˆ๐—Ž๐—‹๐—‚๐—๐–พ๐—Œ Tony Ferguson Tony Ferguson is currently scheduled to face Khabib Nurmagomedov for the UFC Lightweight Championship come April. But, this is a fight which has previously fallen apart four times. Conor McGregor only went for the best part of thirty seconds in his return bout and has previously spoken about competing three times in the calendar year of 2020. Should Khabib Nurmagomedov pull out due to injuries, or a more unexpected twist, should Tony Ferguson topple the undefeated Russian to win UFC Championship gold, it is plausible that this mega fight would be next on the list. Conor McGregor is expected to fight in the Summer of 2020 which is one of the hottest times for the UFC. Their match would absolutely deliver in terms of stylistically and when looking at potential revenue to be made. It is a case of how Ferguson delivers in April when facing Khabib Nurmagomedov. Speaking of. . . Khabib Nurmagomedov Khabib Nurmagomedov, should be beat Tony Ferguson, while not the most logical fight to make is the one which both the UFC and Conor McGregor will want. In the post-event media conference Dana White said this is the fight they're targeting to make in the Summer of 2020. The fight of course would happen at Lightweight, a weight class McGregor is arguably more comfortable at. Personally I see a couple of issues with this fight. First and foremost Khabib Nurmagomedov fights in April and may have a long turnaround should he endure injury or wear and tear in his fight vs. Ferguson. Secondly, for me, this fight is too much too soon for Conor McGregor who has just come back and, should probably win a match in the Lightweight Division itself before gunning for the Championship. This grudge rematch would without a doubt be the highest selling pay-per-view of all time in Mixed Martial Arts. A seeming unwillingness for Nurmagomedov to dive into a rematch against McGregor, citing the Irishman must prove himself plus a long turnout considering Khabib fights in April might see this fight put on the back burner until the ending months of 2020, will McGregor be willing to wait around and stay inactive until then when he could be fighting other opposition?
  2. ๐’ฒโ„ณโ„ณ๐’œ โ„ฑ๐’พ๐“ƒ๐’ถ๐“๐‘’ โ„›๐‘’๐“‹๐’พ๐‘’๐“Œ. Part One of One I wish it didn't have to come to this, but due to a mixture of things I'm deciding that this diary isn't continuing. Lack of interest from myself and the monstrous loading and simulating times to get through a single month, let alone a year, are just too much. It got to the point where simulating in WMMA felt more like a grind rather than fun. But, it would not be fair to end the diary without some sort of recap. I won't be ranking each and every fighter, maybe I'll do a little list at the end but I'll just be posting fighters with their overall records and their achievements they managed to gain in the eight or so years that I managed to simulate. 'The Ass Kicker' Alex Costa | 9-4 Austin 'Spirit' Mirage | 10-11 Caitlyn 'The Future' Jackson | 16-0 'The Dagger' Carlos Guivente | 10-0-1 Christina 'Arm Collector' Aguiar | 14-4 CJ 'The Nightmare' Sellers | 17-1 'The Welsh Dragon' Dafydd Smith | 11-1 Daria 'The Jersey Devil' Berenato | 11-8 Echo 'The Supernova' Wilson | 10-3 'Knockout Queen' Emma McDavid | 15-5 Gunner 'The Icon' Daniels | 10-5 H.R. 'The Friendly Dragon' Pufnstuf | 18-7 Harold 'Bam Bam' Bigalow | 16-6 John 'The Hitter' Caisernas | 12-6 Jonathan 'Johnny Kills' Killebrew | 12-8 'The Oni' Kenji Togami Kingston 'Black Panther' Jofara | 15-4-1 Kirk 'Kirkimus' Kelly | 14-6 Kobe 'K.O.' Owens | 13-3 Maryse 'French Beauty' Mizanan | 13-6-1 'Mayhem' Masha Semyonov | 10-7 Mathias 'Demon' Ishtar | 12-1 'Golden' Michael Seymour | 13-8 Miroslav 'Monster' Banjeckovic | 15-2 'The Beast' Oliver Jones | 15-5 'Orchestrator' Rin Akane | 16-5 'The Moon Guardian' Sailor Moon | 15-7 Samantha 'Valkyrie' Carter | 18-3-1 Sao 'Praying Mantis' Rai Feng | 13-0 Xena 'The Ripper' Kelsey | 13-6 I'd like to believe this was a good diary overall. I think for the first few posts it was one of the top diaries on the forums. In terms of the best fighters I'd either have to go with Caitlyn Jackson or Sao Rai Feng. I liked Samantha Carter, Rin Akane and Emma McDavid sharing the UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship around too. I think the two disappointments for me were that female fighters seemed to excel at a much quicker rate than male fighters. I also didn't like how top top fighters would stay at promotions which didn't have a similar calibre of talent. For example, Sao Rai Feng or CJ Sellers could have dominated in Bellator or UFC, but instead chose to stay with much less relevant promotions. Regardless, I hope y'all appreciate the time I put into this. In spite of the peeling flaws, I still had a lot of fun for the most part. Au revoir.
  3. WWE WrestleMania 33 Week 4, March 2017 | South East | 1,300,000 Buys | 98 Show Rating WrestleMania 33 kicks-off with Blondie coming out to sing America the Beautiful. A video package airs detailing the feud between Austin Aries and WWE Intercontinental champion, Adrian Neville. As promised, El Dorado are hosting a party backstage. Due to the tag team not making it to the main card, The Miz, believing Daniel Bryan to be the cause promised to throw the most hectic and distracting party as possible. Alberto Del Rio is seen speaking to Shinsuke Nakamura and drinking from a plastic cup. Paige interrupts her own entrance theme, microphone in hand. She begins to stroll down the ramp whilst cutting into her two opponents of the night. Paige vows that she will not lose this match for she is the better wrestler and the better woman competing tonight. El Dorado's WrestleMania party continues backstage. We see WWE legends Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner speaking, before Maryse joins in the conversation. Nash and Steiner begin to flirt with Maryse before The Miz, incensed, intervenes. Before the United States Championship ladder match can begin, Stephanie McMahon walks out onto the stage and announces that new RAW General Manager Triple H will be making an addition to the match. Kane's entrance music then hits. Alexa Bliss and Finn Balor are backstage, posing with their Memorial Battle Royal trophies for a photoshoot. Carmella and Naomi are at El Dorado's backstage party. They're laughing and sharing a drink until Nia Jax intervenes. She is furious Naomi is having fun so soon after she lost her WrestleMania match. Nia Jax storms off. John Cena has made his WrestleMania entrance and is in the ring. Daniel Bryan walks out and tells John Cena that he promised him a good opponent for his match and that person comes in the form of. . . Samoa Joe. The New Day, who weren't invited to El Dorado's party, host their own party at the other end of the arena. The likes of Shinsuke Nakamura, Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner are seen while the camera cuts back to El Dorado's party, which is empty aside from El Dorado themselves. Sasha Banks enters the ring, helping Charlotte Flair clear it of Nikki Bella and Bayley. Charlotte Flair, title in hand, has her arm raised by Sasha Banks. What does this alliance mean for the RAW women's division? AJ Styles is in the ring for his match against The Undertaker. The lights go out... GONG. The Undertaker enters the arena for his match against AJ Styles! The New Day are backstage at their party, When El Dorado crash it. The New Day and El Dorado go back-and-forth, before the former reveal that Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner are the security team of The New Day's party! El Dorado are thrown out. WrestleMania 33 ends with Kevin Owens in the ring. After defeating his best friend turned bitter rival, emotions are high. Kevin Owens stands on the turnbuckle and thrusts the World Heavyweight Championship into the air. What a way to end WrestleMania!
  4. Carnage comes back from a commercial break, as General Manager and former competitor Sheridan's theme music hits to a positive reaction. Sheridan hasn't been seen since the Night of Legends event, interrupting Sameer's rant on Brenden and allowing security to 'escort' him from the ring. Some of the fans tonight jeer due to this but most in attendance are in support of Sheridan. The platinum-haired bombshell totters to the ring and up the steel stairs, posing and pouting before sliding through the middle rope and gesturing for a microphone at ringside. "What's up all? I hope the show thus far has been satisfactory. Now before we crack on with why I am out here and the businesses of tonight, I want to shout out the performers of this promotion who, in the face of adversity, delivered under high pressure to turn Night of Legends around after the last minute unprofessional conduct from the two men who were supposed to feature in the main event. I along with other members of upper management are less rageful but more-so disappointed in Flynn and Slim and we hope that their suspension gives them a time to reflect upon what it means to be a superstar of BrendenPlayz Wrestling." "But, in spite of the minor letdown, Night of Legends delivered. We delivered a great show for you guys. From the exciting, high-octane tag team action featuring Creed defending against Invictus, to the surprise emergence of the scramble match which made a star out of multiple men in that match. I just wanted to give my personal appraisal to those who stepped up and delivered when the supposed faces of this company could not. Furthermore, what about that segment earlier on right? The likes of Bart, Bailey, Arrow Orton trading words with one-another. It was so disjointed but at the same time, so beautiful. The Royal Rumble event is shaping up to be monstrous and unforgettable, I cannot wait to be there!" "However, we have a more pressing matter to attend to tonight. Once with the usual stipulations, me rambling on, microphone in hand, table and contract situated in the middle of the ring. You guys know the drill by now. Before we get to the glitz and the glamour of the Royal Rumble show, Carnage itself has a great match scheduled for next week. In truth? I didn't know a whole lot about either Mirage or Jack Bishop until they began to trade words a couple of weeks ago. Be it stepping between these very ropes and talking about their disdain for one another, or posting on social media jibes and assertions, this match-up has got personal, heated in a matter of weeks." "So, enough hype and mystery from me for now. In truth this rivalry is growing closer and closer to spiralling out of control and I don't want that to happen. I want to ensure that regardless of what is said or which attacks are made, both competitors show up next week and deliver what should be an all-out spectacle. We're growing into this being a running trend of having matches on Carnage and Mirage and Jack Bishop will continue what I'd like to be one of the sitting points of my General Manager reign, bringing absolute carnage, back to BPZ Carnage. Calls were made, and between that binder sitting on that table, is a contract which'll make Mirage vs. Jack Bishop non-wavering and official. Let's welcome the first man to the ring." Dropping her arm from her facial, Sheridan clasps dainty feminine digits around the microphone and leans against the ropes, eyes turning towards the titantron and entrance ramp in anticipation of either Mirage or Jack Bishop coming to the ring.
  5. ๐“ฆ๐“ฆ๐“• ๐“ฆ๐“ป๐“ฎ๐“ผ๐“ฝ๐“ต๐“ฎ๐“œ๐“ช๐“ท๐“ฒ๐“ช ๐“˜๐“˜ Week 4, March 1986 | South West | 300,000 Buys | 93 Show Rating WWF WrestleMania II opening ( 80 ) [ Big John Studd took the pinfall / submission. ] Randy Savage and Jimmy Snuka clear ring of Big John Studd ( 85 ) The Hart Foundation interrupt Roddy Piper promo ( 81 ) Wendi Richter theatrical entrance ( 76 ) Bruno Sammartino and David Sammartino reconcile ( 61 ) The British Bulldogs post-match celebration ( 63) Roddy Piper pre-match promo ( 100 ) Hulk Hogan emphatic entrance ( 92 ) [ Hulk Hogan scored the highest in-ring performance. ] Hulk Hogan post-match celebration ( 100 )
  6. Sheridan

    'Mask Off'

    Sheridan's theme song emits throughout the arena, as the Carnage general manager walks out from behind the curtain. Despite the positive reaction the audience give to her arrival, the expression aligning her facial features is not enthusiastic whatsoever. Attired in deep blue jeans and a white plain shirt, an expensive scarf looped around her neck is can be assumed Sheridan wasn't expecting to make an appearance tonight. From behind, a flock of security guards, both male and female, mixtures of height and muscles, form horizontal line. The 'Golden Girl' awaits for her music to die down whilst the audience begin to boo, sensing that the guards are here to remove Sameer from the premises. Sheridan taps her foot, drawing a mic to her lips. "Look, Sameer, I sympathise with you. Really, that isn't me trying to barter your approval or place you in a false sense of security. I get why you're mad and I understand why you believe that, as an accomplished superstar, you would have the privilege to interrupt this show which has had ever so many complications already, to come down here and state your case and demand that Brenden come out here tonight." "The problem I have, though, this sticking feeling knotting itself within my stomach is that you don't have that privilege. You do not have the right to turn up unannounced and throw a spanner into the works. We're supposed to be having a match right now you realise that, correct? Talents are being held up backstage because of these antics you're throwing around right now. I cannot speak for Brenden, I cannot give you the answers or the fight that you're seeking tonight and I regret to inform you that he is not here tonight to come to the aide of your burning, unrivalled feelings for him." "As I said, I am not in a position to speak for him. That is his business with you and while I am under his employment, my job isn't to involve myself and stick my nose into his personal relations, be it with you or any other BrendenPlayz talent. My job is to run Carnage and place together events like this, Night of Legends. Assist in the show running as smooth and as velvet as plausible. Right now, Sameer, you are making my job difficult. This isn't the time or place to do this, you know that. It is why you decided to hold the ring hostage in street wear, rather than approach me backstage and ask if you're allowed a chance to speak. I could care less if you and Brenden are going to punch and kick five shades of black out of each other, but when you come into my ring and threaten the show that I am in charge of, that is when you make an enemy out of me." "So, this is what it comes down to now isn't it. I'm going to give you five seconds to leave the ring, Sameer. Brenden isn't here tonight, he doesn't have plans on arriving any time soon and truth be told, I'm unsure if he's even in the continent, let alone the state. I've allowed you the opportunity to have your little piece, throw the toys from the pram but if you're unwilling to let this show resume, we're going to have problems and you're going to force my hand, leaving me little choice but to instruct these men and women behind me to physically remove you from the premises, on top of delivering a more than hefty fine to your, in truth, very generous salary." With five seconds passing, neither Sheridan or Sameer had made a move. Sheridan with an expressive sign, gestured for security to move to the ring as she threw the microphone elsewhere, rolling her eyes in dramatic fashion before moving from the entrance ramp to saunter back behind the curtain.
  7. Zack Sabre Jr. VS Tetsuya Naito (c) (IWGP Intercontinental championship) Taguchi-Japan (Great Bash Heel and Ryusuke Taguchi) VS Roppongi 3K (NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team titles) Manabu Nakanishi VS Hirooki Goto (c) (NEVER Openweight championship, Nakanishi's retirement match) Birds of Prey VS Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru) (c) (IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles) El Phantasmo VS Hiromu Takahashi (c) (IWGP Junior Heavyweight championship) Guerrillas of Destiny VS FinJuice (c) (IWGP World Tag Team titles) Hiroshi Tanahashi VS Lance Archer (c) (IWGP United States championship) Minoru Suzuki VS Tetsuya Naito (c) (IWGP World Heavyweight championship)
  8. Asuka vs Becky Lynch (c) for the Raw Women's Championship Rey Mysterio vs Andrade 'Cien' Almas (c) for the United States Championship Womenโ€™s Royal Rumble: Ronda Rousey Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura (c) for the Intercontinental Championship Lacey Evans vs Bayley (c) for the Smackdown Womenโ€™s Championship Daniel Bryan vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt (c) for the Universal Championship Menโ€™s Royal Rumble: Roman Reigns Bonus Question What WWE Legend will be named General Manager following the Menโ€™s Royal Rumble match? 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
  9. Similar to the 'Favourite Disney Hero' thread. If there is a topic similar to this I apologise! Title if self-explanatory, be it a television series or a classic or Disney film, who is your favourite Disney antagonist? My favourite Disney antagonist is Claude Frollo. I think, especially if you read the book, he is so unique in terms of Disney villains. He believes he is doing right and I think the religious spin, as well as his own personality, make him terrifying.
  10. So I am a huge Disney film fan and, I was upset to find, that this type of topic hasn't been presented on the Forums yet. Title if self-explanatory, be it a television series or a classic or Disney film, who is your favourite Disney protagonist? My favourite Disney protagonist is Belle. I think her story is unique and derails from the usual Princess story. She is an unusual girl who adores reading books and her journey, as well as the other characters within the film, make her stand out for me.
  11. ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿซ๐Ÿช๐Ÿจ: ๐‘…๐‘œ๐‘Ž๐‘‘ ๐‘ก๐‘œ ๐‘Š๐‘Ÿ๐‘’๐‘ ๐‘ก๐‘™๐‘’๐‘€๐‘Ž๐‘›๐‘–๐‘Ž ๐ผ๐ผ Money and Power: Numerous attempts of Ted DiBiase to purchase Hulk Hogan's WWF Championship were denied, so, 'The Million Dollar Man' resorted to assaulting and berating the reigning Champion until a date was set, WrestleMania II. DiBiase's meteoric rise through the WWF ranks leads him to the immeasurable challenge of Hulk Hogan. How will riches compare to undeniable passion, when DiBiase squares off with 'The Hulkster' in the main event of WrestleMania II. The Giant Enters The Institute: Roddy Piper's downfall after losing the WWF Championship was well-documented, inside and out of the wrestling landscape. His return saw a surge in momentum for both Bob Orton and Paul Orndorff, the group being dominant for a trio of months. Piper's usual antics lead him to a battle with Andrรฉ the Giant. The WWF poster boy faces down a physical phenomenon come WrestleMania II. Britannica's Foreign Battles: Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik have staved off all challengers for their WWF Tag Team Championships, save one. The intaking of The British Bulldogs has seen a spark renewed for the tag team division. Both sides have conquered the likes of The North-South Connection and The Hart Foundation on their road. Which tag team walks out of WrestleMania II with the gold. Bloodline Betrayals: Speaking of the tag team division, Bruno Sammartino and David Sammartino's bond post-reign went into a rut. In spite of their fortunes, the father son duo wouldn't split up, or so everyone thought. Cue David Sammartino turning on his father, declaring him past his prime, lambasting him for holding his own son back. The Sammartino's will face off at WrestleMania II, stipulation included, will youth or experience prevail. It's Clobbering Time: Big John Studd's loss at the inaugural WrestleMania lead him on a path, decimating smaller wrestlers to prove he is still 'the' giant wrestler of WWF. His mission lead him to WWF Intercontinental Championship glory. The rise of Randy Savage and the expertise of 'Superfly' Jimmy Snuka leads to an interesting battle come WrestleMania II. Will Big John Studd be capable of continuing his dominance over smaller wrestlers.
  12. Congratulations Bart! This is more than deserved and you're not only a good friend but a great moderator and figure of the BPZ forums. Well done again.
  13. Coming back from commercial, General Manager Sheridan's theme music hits as the crowd react with a positive cheer, the titantron materialises in black and white while Sheridan, attired in a simple crimson business pants and a floral long-line bralette walks out through the curtain. Smile on her face, lips gloss with an artificial cherry shade. Between feminine digits she holds a BPZ microphone, the woman begins to strut down to the ring, smile on face, high-fiving fans along the way. In-ring, lies a table with a black cloth covering it, contract in the middle as well as two energy drinks from a BrendenPlayz sponsor. Sheridan is ring-side, taking selfies with front row fans, before the hops onto the steel steps, poses, and enters the ring through the middle rope, adjusting platinum hair once on the other side. She circulates the table before taking her place in the middle of the ring, to the foreground. "One thing I'd like to confront, before I begin, is how thrilled I am with the product we have been putting out for you guys since I took the helm as General Manager. We have a really strong show lined up in mere days from now, Night of Legends, rivalries will align and three of the most prestigeous Championships will be defended. I feel like this show will be a reflection of my commitments to being General Manager, but, most importantly I'd like it to be a show which can be enjoyed by you guys, be it here in the arena tonight or sitting at home, the fans of BrendenPlayz Wrestling who, despite of altercations and other products out there, continue to support us to the maximum." "But, I am not here tonight for a Championship match. Those matches seem squared and wrapped with a neat bow. I think they really present themselves. All coming together through Tournament wins, or Number One Contedership matches. My presence tonight is required by a feud a little more personal than that, one which doesn't require gold to be on the line, or a future alignment to be in the stars. Something bred and established over the last year, formulating through exchanges, turns, beat-downs. There is a genuine concern that, should I not have been here to mediate things, these two individuals might have died in this ring tonight, signing their contracts before lunging at one another. It is still plausible, but, I shall try to manage it to my fullest ability." "Naturally, I am talking about 'The Death Machine' and multi-time World Championship holder, Julius, going against tag team partner and friend turned factitious villain and opponent at Night of Legends, Ropati. From a neutral perspective, I see both sides of this one and I am sure some of you here tonight do too, if you put aside allegiances or personal favourites. It's brutal, bloody, fitting of the No Holds Barred stipulation applied to their match come the weekend. Regardless, I believe that I've held you all in suspense for long enough, it's time to get this contract sitting here signed, making this match official and sealing a location, an end goal, for one of the hottest rivalries coming out of the calendar year of BrendenPlayz Wrestling." "Welcome to the ring, 'The Kiwi Buzzsaw,' Ropati." Sheridan draws the microphone from painted lips, turning on four inch heels with a soft smile aligning her facial features, waiting for Ropati to arrive.
  14. In order of winner to fourth Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin, Seth Rollins Ronda Rousey, Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, Shayna Baszler
  15. WWGP Women's Championship Unification Match SmackDown Women's Champion vs RAW Women's Champion Bayley vs Becky Lynch Six-Man Showcase Match The O.C. vs Randy Orton & The Revival WWGP NXT/United Kingdom Championship Unification Match NXT Champion vs WWE United Kingdom Champion Adam Cole vs WALTER WWGP Women's Tag Team Championship Unification Match WWE Women's Tag Team Champions vs NXT Women's Champion & NXT UK Women's Champion The Kabuki Warriors vs Rhea Ripley & Kay Lee Ray WWGP United States/North-American Championship Unification Match WWE United States Champion vs NXT North-American Champion Andrade 'Cien' Almas vs Roderick Strong Tag Team Showcase Match NXT Tag Team Champions vs NXT UK Tag Team Champions reDRagon vs Gallus WWGP Intercontinental Championship Match WWE Intercontinental Champion vs Challenger Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs Seth Rollins WWGP Cruiserweight Championship Match WWE Cruiserweight Champion vs Challengers Angel Garza (c) vs Aleister Black vs Cedric Alexander vs Lio Rush WWGP Tag Team Championship Match SmackDown Tag Team Champions vs RAW Tag Team Champions The New Day vs The Viking Raiders WWGP Heavyweight Championship Match WWE Champion vs WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt
  16. I think Kofi was a one and done, unfortunately. But, I see him competing for the WWE Championship again. I know everyone is dead set on Roman Reigns winning the rumble but an alternate option would be either Kofi Kingston or Big E Langston, who I think would make a great contrast to 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt in a WWE Championship match. But for the most part I agree with Julius and others, he had one, more than solid run as WWE champion and I think he'll be satisfied dropping back into a upper midcard role for the foreseeable future and maybe letting Big E Langston become the 'singles' guy of The New Day.
  17. My initial reaction is I love it. I agree that, considering Samoa Joe, Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens are already busy, nobody of that calibre is available to challenge Brock Lesnar and if they put someone they're building up against him, it is just an unnecessary loss. I don't think he'll win, but if he does I don't think Lesnar vs. 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt is a horrid concept. For me Lesnar survives until the final four and whoever throws him out, will faces him at Mania. It's smart from WWE, in truth. Royal Rumble matches are simple but effective ways of building WrestleMania feuds and, if Roman Reigns is winning, Brock Lesnar is one of a few people the fans will boo more than Reigns.
  18. ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿช๐Ÿช๐Ÿง: ๐˜ˆ๐˜ฑ๐˜ณ๐˜ช๐˜ญ ๐˜ต๐˜ฐ ๐˜‹๐˜ฆ๐˜ค๐˜ฆ๐˜ฎ๐˜ฃ๐˜ฆ๐˜ณ ๐˜™๐˜ฆ๐˜ค๐˜ข๐˜ฑ Fall of The Institute Roddy Piper's win over Hulk Hogan at the inaugural WrestleMania was controversial, his reign as WWF Champion even more so. With the help of Bob Orton and Paul Orndorff, who together with Piper are known as 'The Institute,' Piper managed three defences in six months, against Tito Santana, Jimmy Snuka and Big John Studd. But, after missing the August PPV with rumours of Piper's health spiralling because of addiction, he dropped the belt to Hulk Hogan in September and hasn't been seen since, leaving Bob Orton and Paul Orndorff both to unsuccessfully win the belt back in Piper's absence. Rise in Stock Ted DiBiase's arrival to the WWF came with an air of cockiness. The self-proclaimed "Million Dollar Man" has been on a tear through the midcard roster, besting names such as Bob Orton and Bret Hart in the process. DiBiase ended the year feuding with Andrรฉ the Giant and while he wasn't capable of putting out the giant, the pair had one of the best matches of the calendar year at WWF's December PPV, thrilling management in the process. Golden Days Bruno Sammartino and David Sammartino's WrestleMania upset was a thing of fables, although, the father and son duo weren't capable of running through the tag team division along with their WWF Tag Team Championships. Besting The North-South Connection and The Moondogs, their reign ended at the hands of Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik, who have since defended the belts three times, looking poised to do so at WrestleMania II. Dominant Force With Ricky Steamboat falling to Big John Studd for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, Wendi Richter was the only champion who managed to retain their title throughout the calendar year, defending the WWF Women's Championship on five occasions. While this is an impressive feat, the belt has taken a step backwards since close friend Cyndi Lauper went on tour with her band. The management consider the Women's Division to be their weakest and rumours are beginning to circulate that Wendi Richter might not have a confirmed placement on the card come WrestleMania 2. Flair's Showcase Continues The biggest name outside the WWF had a more than plentiful year, making multiple defences of the NWA Heavyweight Championship, losing to Ron Garvin in a move heavily criticised by the industry. Ric Flair was quick to recover however, winning the NWA United States Championship mere months later, rounding out the year as figurehead for Jim Crockett Promotions besting the likes of Dusty Rhodes and Terry Funk. AJPW besting NJPW in Eastern Clash With injuries to Antonio Inoki and Yoshiaki Fujiwara crippling the NJPW main event early into the year, AJPW ceased their chance and rounded out the year as the second best promotion on the planet. The duo of Genichiro Tenryu and Jumbo Tsuruta, who was named Wrestler of the Year, were ever present for the promotion, Tsuruta ending off the year as both PWF Heavyweight and NWA International Heavyweight champion.
  19. I wished I continued my Lucha Underground diary a little longer, but the file corrupted. We were transitioning into the third season, with Ted DiBiase Jr. as champion, Batista on an occasional wrestler deal and the emergence of Matanza (who was Luke Harper) was just beginning to arise. I also managed to get La Sombra on a PPA. I think Season 3 would have been a lot of fun to write with so many unique personalities. As for other diaries, I liked Hans' ECW TEW diary a lot. I liked Kenji's NJPW diary too, because I think out of everyone on the Forums he has close to the most knowledge about Japanese wrestling and it was good to learn about lesser known wrestlers of the product. Also, as Bart mentioned, the TEW simulation was awesome and well presented and inspired a lot of similar diaries using different games.
  20. Really liked the shows as a whole, have to agree w/ the general consensus that Okada is awesome and White sucks. Naito winning was great and inevitable, Okada looked awesome in defeat and I liked KENTA 'ruining' Naito's moment. He looked like a million bucks and it gives casual fans more of a reason to tune into the fallout of Wrestle Kingdom. My only fault with the show was Night 1 didn't feel nearly as big as Night 2.
  21. Welcome! I've seen you on a couple of streams before, it's good to see you've transitioned over to the discord and forums! It's a really cool place and a nice community I am sure you won't regret it. We have a bunch of sections, from general discussions about WWE, AEW and NJPW, to diaries and to the kayfabe section! Please don't hesitate messaging a mod through here or on discord if you're struggling, it's nice to see you sign-up!
  22. ๐—ช๐—ช๐—™ ๐—ช๐—ฟ๐—ฒ๐˜€๐˜๐—น๐—ฒ๐— ๐—ฎ๐—ป๐—ถ๐—ฎ ๐—ช๐—ฒ๐—ฒ๐—ธ ๐Ÿฐ, ๐— ๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ฐ๐—ต ๐Ÿญ๐Ÿต๐Ÿด๐Ÿฑ | ๐— ๐—ถ๐—ฑ ๐—ช๐—ฒ๐˜€๐˜ |๐Ÿญ๐Ÿด๐Ÿฌ,๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿฌ ๐—•๐˜‚๐˜†๐˜€ | ๐Ÿต๐Ÿฌ ๐—ฆ๐—ต๐—ผ๐˜„ ๐—ฅ๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ด WWF WrestleMania opening ( 77 ) Ricky Steamboat celebrates with Intercontinental Championship ( 61 ) [ Seiji Sakahguchi and Tatsumi Fujinami were the NJPW icons. ] Cyndi Lauper performs Wendi Richter's entrance ( 68 ) Mr T. patriotic entrance for match against Paul Orndorff ( 90 ) Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik Anti-American entrance ( 68 ) David Sammartino over-the-top celebration ( 58 ) Bobby "The Brain" Heenan hypes up Big John Studd pre-match ( 88 ) Hulk Hogan explosive entrance for match against Roddy Piper ( 89 ) [ Hulk Hogan vs. Roddy Piper got a score of 94. ] Roddy Piper celebrates with WWF Heavyweight Championship post-match ( 100 )
  23. I got Roman Reigns for this. I don't think the backlash will be as bad as it was in 2015. He hasn't done much in the main event since his return and, after taking out his mega push a few years back, he is one of the more entertaining and better wrestlers on the SmackDown side. "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt vs. Roman Reigns is a great match-up and, with or without Daniel Bryan in the mix, it is a match worth the main event spot of WrestleMania 36.
  24. I agree with some of the comments said here, as much a big name Sasha Banks is she hasn't been presented as much a threat since joining SmackDown Live. For me it is between Charlotte Flair, Ronda Rousey or Shayna Baszler, more likely than not the latter two. I think Charlotte needs a long cool down off of television. She has faced both Bayley and Becky Lynch within the last six months, while I think a Royal Rumble win would be deserved considering her achievements, I think she'd be better suited elsewhere on the card. Should Ronda Rousey or Shayna Baszler win the Royal Rumble, I think the option has to be Becky Lynch. Each women has history with the RAW Women's champion and a singles match between either Rousey and Lynch or Baszler and Lynch is much anticipated. Outside choice? Lacey Evans. She's growing nicely into her new face character. Something along the lines of Bayley vs. Lacey Evans vs. Sasha Banks sounds good.

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