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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Great couple of shows, George. I like the Joe Coffey storyline a lot and assume they'll be another match somewhere down the line. I really like how Prince Ameen is already an established comedy character in two shows, I am excited to see the character progression there once he begins teaming with Gabriel Kidd. Both Joseph Conners and Prospect look dominant and Jay Lethal defending such a prestigious championship is great for WCPW.
  8. Name: Sheridan Age: 25 Nationality: German Gimmick: Bad Ass Face/Heel: Face Signatures: Cross Armbar, Ganso Bomb Finishers: Running Bicycle Knee Theme Song: "Storm the Sorrow" - EPICA Attire: Becky Lynch
  9. - Brock Lesnar is absolutely great. In 2017 and 2018 he had the best male singles matches in the WWE, against Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles. I don't agree with people saying "when Brock tries he.." because I think he is fine 100% of the time. He's hilarious when he wants to be, Paul Heyman is a great addition to preserve his aura and I am completely fine with him showing up however many times a year, because when he does he's brilliant. - Since WrestleMania Baron Corbin has been great. I agree the three PPV matches against Rollins was perhaps a step too far, but I do see why he was pushed. He has a good look and a great move-set and against the majority here, I think he doesn't have "go-away" heat and is a legitimately good heel character. - Jinder Mahal's WWE Championship reign was good, if he maintained an upper-midcard push after losing the belt and didn't decline back to being barely used so quickly people would look back at it a lot differently. - Sasha Banks should demolish Becky Lynch for the RAW Women's Championship. They could run the match back at Mania, and Sasha would get to face Bayley at Survivor Series. - Ember Moon is overrated. She has no character and people think she's booked like trash when the truth is she has little charisma.
  10. Hans, Arius, Bashka, George, ICON. They've been consistently contributing for a month straight. Scary stuff.
  11. For promos done against me, I really liked Flynn's promo he did from the Grand Canyon. More recently I liked Sameer's promos he did after winning the World Championship and since returning Smith has been on fire, I think he could win Survival Games competently if he keeps it up.
  12. Gong. Gong would be a lot like Gung, but with an Asian influence. They wouldn't be an "official" group, but a silent brotherhood, controlling and swaying the future of BrendenPlayz without the majority knowing of their existence. I would choose either Bart or Bashka to head this group. The former has a lot of influence and accolades while Bashka has consistently been one of the top performers in the promotion, aside from the part where he left and I beat him. I'd have guys who are terrific at kayfabe but potentially underrated in Gong. Kenji would be the future star of the group purely because he's Asian. Guys like BiC, Mikey and Yelich would be great additions also.
  13. Meko is someone I think has improved a lot over the past three months, I think his diaries and promos "fly under the radar" a little bit, but he's been contributing a lot especially lately and his kayfabe work has improved since he won and subsequently lost the NXT Championship.
  14. Roman Reigns and AJ Styles' match in 2016 was great, if we're speaking solely about extreme rules stipulation matches, if we're speaking about matches that have happened at the event then the six-man between The Shield and Evolution was awesome and as Bashka said, the fatal four-way match for the Intercontinental Championship in 2016 was great too.
  15. WrestleMania 31 for me. It was one of the first PPVs I watched since really getting back into wrestling. The Miz and Mizdow stuff in the pre-show was fun and I enjoyed following along with that storyline. It's a shame they didn't do anything with Damien Sandow past that point. I enjoyed the opening, Daniel Bryan winning was the right result. I liked the shenanigans with people like R-Truth and Stardust stealing the titles between one another on the shows leading up. I think this, along with the ladder match in late 2014, is what really made me like Luke Harper. Randy Orton and Seth Rollins was alright, I think a lot of people remember it to be better than it was due to the iconic RKO, but it was still good. Triple H vs. Sting was a mess, but in a good way. All the interferences were nostalgic, I think Sting should have won personally, it was his first singles match in the WWE if I remember rightly, but considering he retired like six months later and Triple H is still going I guess Sting losing is alright. AJ Lee's match was what is was. It was alright, maybe they should have done something else with the diva's division. I liked John Cena vs. Rusev a lot, it's a shame Rusev had to lose but John Cena's reign after this match was awesome and his open challenges really helped to elevate people on the roster. Undertaker and Bray Wyatt's match was alright, though I'd argue Undertaker shouldn't have competed at this WrestleMania, it didn't give Bray Wyatt a rub, the match wasn't even that good and it would have made Taker's return at Battleground so much better. The main event is underrated I think. Not many people speak about it when they should, it was very good and to think people hated Reigns heading into it. Rollins cashing-in and winning was a highlight and one of the best individual WrestleMania moments ever. This for me was a great PPV and is the best I have watched along with.
  16. At the moment I am watching Mad Men. I just finished with the first season which was very good and very engaging. My favourite first season of all time is Prison Break but Mad Men is definitely up there. I'm also watching Glee, which I am on the fourth season of, but it's no secret that Glee peaks at season three. I'm just seeing how long I can go before I get bored with it.
  17. This is maybe my favourite diary on the forums at the moment. The layout is easy to follow and aesthetically pleasing, I also like how you book yourself fairly, the Global Series was a lot of fun to follow and although I had a different final pinned I can't be displeased with Bart vs. Flynn. Global Series Climax Finals: Flynn vs Bart Tag Team Match: Sameer & Brenden vs Slim & Kenji NWGP 6 Man Tag Team Championships: Necce, Marker, and Buddy Ace vs Ropati, Sandman, and Bob Sparks Tag Team: First Class Express (Hans & Xaiver King) vs Mikey & Echo Wilson Singles: Bashka vs Ross 10 Man Tag Team Match: FDS, Yelich, Raven, Hollow, ICON vs Johnny Kills, Sheridan, Joh, Monda, and Kieron Black Tag Team: Aaron North & Brad vs Joshua Scott & Bulldozer
  18. Randy Orton and the Revival would make a great stable. I liked seeing them work together a lot and defeat The New Day in the main event, which was a lot of fun. I also liked seeing Charlotte Flair get a win over Ember, I think this disappointed a lot of people, but the problem is Ember's lack of character not the fact she is losing to Charlotte and Bayley. I'm fine with Samoa Joe winning but he shouldn't be winning cheaply. I'd rather he look like a beast than collect wins which really don't mean much. I am very invested in the Roman Reigns storyline and I couldn't place a bet on who is attacking him. My heart says Luke Harper. I'd love for Harper, Rowan and Bryan to form a stable, it'd be really cool. The match itself was fine, just fine.
  19. I like RAW this week. The opening segment was fine. Personally I think Styles makes for a better face than a heel, his promos are a little monotone for me but when he is in a group it is easier to hide this as Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows can interfere in matches for him. I agree with the point Bob made in that it looks like they're slowly killing the wild card rule which will make each show seem a lot different alongside with Heyman and Bischoff running them. Drew McIntyre looked great in beating Cedric, who looked great in defeat. I would pin Drew McIntyre as one of the favourites for the King of the Ring tournament. I actually disagree with BiC and think that they'll go with Strowman vs. Rollins ahead of Strowman vs. Styles. Aside from that I can't think of much else that I liked. Sasha returning is cool but I just dislike her, she's a good heel and I even think she'll beat Becky as Becky doesn't have many challengers left but yeah, she's the worst out of the Four Horsewomen for me.
  20. I'm fine with this match. Goldberg looked like Goldberg and his spear on Dolph Ziggler was BRUTAL. I am in the minority where I do like Dolph, and I don't tire of his passionate promos where he whines a lot because they're different and I invest in them. I think this match was made purely due to the poor reception Goldberg got in the aftermath of the Saudi Arabia match and it has restored his aura to a point. Dolph Ziggler could sell ice to an Eskimo and sand to an Egyptian so it's no surprise he made Goldberg look so great.
  21. I am fine with the ending of this match. To be totally honest I never felt like the match picked up to begin with. Randy Orton has a very boring wrestling style, although I understand this is apart of his character in terms of entertainment it is not great. My suspicion is this feud will end at Hell in a Cell, inside Hell in a Cell, which I think would be worth it. These two have lowkey been feuding since 2009 so it's not as if the bout isn't worth being held inside Hell in a Cell. I think Kofi should retain over Randy Orton in the end, though. It would really legitimise his WWE Championship reign to this point.
  22. I am somewhat upset with the result of this match, I would have liked Brock Lesnar to retain, but I think he'll go to SmackDown due to them starting up on FOX soon. Seth Rollins is a great champion when he doesn't speak or tweet, and if he's going to be feuding with Braun Strowman I think that's fine. My only worry is that they'll turn Strowman heel instead of Rollins who at this point would benefit from being a heel more than a face, regardless of how good the match was, Brock Lesnar is very easy to dislike due to his schedule and if 80% of the audience want him to win over you, you can't be a very good face.
  23. The entrance alone was the best part of the event, for me. Wyatt looked very strong and this was the right result, considering his opponent is taking time off. I'm not sure where he goes from here as he didn't appear on RAW or SmackDown the following week. I'd like to see him potentially have one more feud against an upper midcard talent before potentially feuding with Seth Rollins over the Universal Championship. The Fiend should not lose before WrestleMania.
  24. As Shane McMahon appeared on the latest SmackDown Live, this match achieved very little for me. At the time it was nice to see Kevin Owens win but judging from the fact it wasn't really a clean victory I should have seen this coming. It's unfortunate that Kevin Owens, who is one of the hottest acts in the WWE right now, is being saddled with Shane McMahon, who in turn Drew McIntyre and Elias, two talented performers in their own right, are saddled to also. I can see this feud spanning another pay-per-view or two, but I would only really care if Shane McMahon's career was on the line, and not Kevin Owens'.
  25. For me this was my favourite match of the night. I think Charlotte winning was the right decision, because Stratus wouldn't have benefited from winning in the slightest, Charlotte doesn't exactly need the rub but out of those available to do this match she was the best option by far. It's a shame Sasha Banks wasn't around because I remember their brief interaction in the first ever women's royal rumble match. Stratus really impressed me with how well she could go, although she said this was her last match I wouldn't mind seeing her compete in another royal rumble or have that singles match with Alexa Bliss should WWE run another Evolution event.

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