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Crip last won the day on November 12 2019

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  1. Crip

    Madden MyTeam

    Johnny Sparkletits 27 QB Alabama Trenton, New Jersey As for the team, you gotta go with the Washington Football Team.
  2. We are live on Valor, where the recently announced Chapter 2 pay per view has been stirring a lot of attention, drawing eyes from the fanbase of Valor, as well as that of Carnage. However, we are in the here and now, prior to the Exodus event, and even up to this point a member of the Valor roster has been oddly absent, tracing the disappearance way back to the reinvention of the brand split, where The Chancellor was drafted by the Valor brand. The lights flashing across an arena of screaming fans, reviling in the anticipation, the rush of the wait only to be quelled by the surge brought upon by their next sight to behold, be it an epic throwdown or verbal smackdown. These lights begin to flicker, however, causing a stir among the fans, before every light in the arena goes dark, such a blinding darkness that one would be held from the sight of even their own shadow or their reflection in the pitch black titantron. Not long would that be the case, however, as a familiar siren blares throughout the arena, and along with it the signalled arrival of one CJ Sellers. Walking down the ramp slowly, taking in the feeling of the live Valor crowd, CJ Sellers makes his way down to the ring and then grabs a microphone before beginning to speak to the crowd. "It's been a long while since I've been in the ring, it seems I always end up saying this after a major loss. World at War, I took on Gunner Flynn, a man I belittled and attacked, and I lost, fair and square. Once more I lost, and once more I departed temporarily from the ring. In the passing time, the shifting sands have changed, there is once more a brand split, something I barely caught the glimpse of during my debut in BPZ. We have new champions on every end of the spectrum, new stars have bloomed while veterans have revitalised their own careers, all while I sat in the background, observing and biding my time, contemplating and waiting. Even despite my consistent history of losses since January 2019, I was drafted as the 15th pick as Valor, something that should be a great accomplishment. Should. The thirtieth overall draft pick is not a place that satiates me in any way. There are 29 other people in this company that were valued more highly than myself, and that proves nothing but my failure to establish myself as the best in my time here. Even so, I cannot debate with anybody picked before myself, and even some of those drafted after have begun to prove why they deserved to be picked, why they deserved more recognition and why they should have taken a better spot, a spot that has been vacantly occupied by myself. If my own ability in this ring cannot be established to even my own self, if I fail to prove that I was worthy of being picked over 28 other wrestlers, then what has my time in this company amounted to? An utter nothing? Absolute zero? Or is there something more, perhaps another chance gifted to me by whatever God may exist, the chance to establish that I am the competitor I chalk myself up to be, despite all my prior failings in the same endeavor? In my observations of the state of BPZ during my time away, I watched as the King of the Ring tournament passed me by, as Valor's first pay per view passed me by, as countless opportunities passed me by, when I could have capitalized on opportunity after opportunity and truly left a mark, created a name for myself. And yet, these opportunities pass by as I watch on, evaluating the ideal time to strike from the shadows, to cease this lurking and enter back onto the scene, this time on a bigger stage with brighter lights, on the gold brand of Valor. What scene remains available and within my grasp, we will have to see. The most obvious offer, chasing a championship, becoming an elite member of the roster, is the one I will not be hunting. The chances of winning one of the multi man matches you will be pitted in are slim to none, and proves not your ability to wrestle, but rather your aptitude for luck and opportune timing. Thus remains the question, with this return, what goals do I even have? What makes this the most ideal time to make my shadow reflecting on the limelight a permanent fixture? These questions will fail to have an acceptable answer for the time being, but all does eventually reveal itself, in the grand scheme laid upon us. While we wait in anticipation of Exodus, everyone must find their own purpose for being on the card, every single person must bring their best or be cut down for all to see, every single competitor on that card will need another to tango, and with whom I shall be competing will soon be learned. Perhaps an old foe coming back in a blast from the past to haunt me, or fresh blood looking to make a name for themselves, something we have seen an influx of in the short time I have been away. However, I am an impatient man by nature, and surprises are never pleasant to me. So, if somebody in the back right now wants to duel in a battle of blows with The Chancellor, this is your opportunity to step forward and challenge me to a one on one match at the Exodus. I'm not sure of who, but I know at least one person in the Valor locker room has to be searching for their next obstacle, as am I, so let us see. Will you have the fortitude to challenge me to a fight before Exodus?" With those closing words, The Chancellor lowers his microphone and absorbs the energy of the crowd, very split on the return of CJ Sellers. Looking around the arena once more, CJ Sellers begins to walk out of the ring before giving one last line, heading backstage directly following. "Damn the King, long live The Chancellor."
  3. I've been in autopilot for the past 3 months in a constant loop of eat and sleep
  4. Finna do a mimikyu gimmick and beat aaron and not one of you can stop me

    1. Marc Aaron Newton

      Marc Aaron Newton

      Go ahead. Try me.

  5. Great Balls of Fire, coward.
  6. Name: Harib Alsek Nickname: The Bomb Height: 6'1 Weight: 180lb Build: Toned Appearance: Arab Guy Power: Can release explosions from his wrists, can also charge them up to fire off a blast from long range (referred to as Fireworks) General Backstory: Have yourself some fun Allegiance (Police, Vigilante, Mafia, Cartel, Antihero, Criminal, etc) : Criminal Preferred Last Words: These fireworks truly befit the beginning of the end
  7. we have returned unlike my dad

    1. Epic1237_


      that's an L

  8. NWA Episode One Regal Welcomes Us To NWA We begin the very first episode of the Newgrounds Wrestling Association with the commissioner, William Regal, standing in the center of the ring. He welcomes us to the NWA, and announces that there will be a tournament to determine the first-ever NWA Heavyweight Champion, and the eight participants will do battle tonight in the tournament’s opening round. Tomohiro Ishii/Shingo Takagi - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Opening Round Regal leaves the ring, and we kick the action off with a match between the Stone Pitbull, Tomohiro Ishii, and the Dragon, Shingo Takagi. A war of stiff blows between the two fierce competitors rages on for a while, neither man willing to give an inch, but Ishii eventually gains the advantage that wins him the match, hitting Shingo with a headbutt with both men rebounding off the ropes before putting him down with a Brainbuster. Show of Respect Following their match, Ishii helps Shingo to his feet, and the two show respect toward each other. They head to the back separately, and we get ready for our next bout. Bobby Lashley/Matt Riddle - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Opening Round Next up, we see the King of Bros do battle with the Dominator. Both men use their MMA experience to deliver vicious strikes, but Riddle gains an upper hand soon into the bout, with stamina issues that had temporarily plagued Lashley in his MMA bouts beginning to re-emerge. Riddle knocks Lashley down with the Final Flash, followed by locking in the Bromission. WALTER/Minoru Suzuki - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Opening Round Following our second match of the night, we see the next bout in the tournament, between the bruising Austrian WALTER and the 51-year-old Minoru Suzuki. Both men deliver on their reputations for hard striking, with the match being highlighted by chops and elbows. However, one particularly hard knife edge chop from WALTER stuns Suzuki for long enough for the Ring General to lift up Minoru Suzuki and slam him down with a devastating Powerbomb. WALTER stacks up Suzuki, getting the three count. Ringkampf Makes A Statement Following WALTER’s victory, we see Timothy Thatcher, Alexander Wolfe, Marcel Barthel, and Fabian Aichner, the latter two a tag team under the name of Imperium, appear and begin to circle the ring. WALTER says that they are the collective of Ringkampf, and that they are the supreme of the NWA. The 5 then begin to assault Minoru Suzuki, beating him down and hitting him with finishers until the Dangerous Tekkers, Taichi and Zack Sabre Jr., rush the ring, clearing out Imperium and Wolfe as WALTER and Thatcher retreat. The Tekkers check on Suzuki as WALTER heads up the ramp. Daniel Bryan/Cesaro - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Opening Round After the Dangerous Tekkers help Suzuki to the back, we prepare to see our final bout of the night, and one that promises to be unlike the prior three slugfests we witnessed, as two of the best technical wrestlers on the planet in Daniel Bryan and Cesaro square off in our main event. Everything that can be called textbook wrestling was pulled out, as the submission master Bryan and the powerful Cesaro try to gain an upper hand on each other. The American Dragon is able to outlast the Swiss Superman, maneuvering out of a Sharpshooter into a LeBell Lock and forcing Cesaro to submit. The show closes with Daniel Bryan standing tall. NWA Episode Two Daniel Bryan/WALTER - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi-Final Round Kicking off this episode of NWA hot is the face-off of Daniel Bryan and WALTER in the first of two semi-finals bouts in the tournament to decide the inaugural NWA Heavyweight Champion. The latter of the men made a huge statement in the prior week with the reveal of the Ringkampf alliance. They prove to be a useful ally for WALTER and a powerful factor in matches, as a match which sees Bryan searching for a weakness in WALTER’s game while trying to stay from the big man’s reach ends with a distraction from Timothy Thatcher, keeping Bryan occupied for long enough for WALTER to turn him around and hit a vicious Powerbomb, stacking him up, much like he did to Suzuki to secure the pinfall victory. Ringkampf Makes Another Statement Thatcher makes his way into the ring following WALTER’s victory, closely followed by Imperium and Alexander Wolfe. They attack the smaller man while WALTER poses in celebration of his victory, before stopping the rest of Ringkampf’s assault to drop Bryan with another Powerbomb. Matt Riddle/Tomohiro Ishii - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi-Final Round Following the assault on Daniel Bryan, we see the match to determine WALTER’s challenger in this week’s main event and the second finalist in the NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament. The Stone Pitbull is on a bit of a roll after taking down Shingo Takagi in the previous week, but Matt Riddle also has momentum on his side, as he took down Lashley in the prior week. In another stiff match, Riddle’s speed ends up being the deciding factor, as he is able to outmaneuver the smaller Ishii. Wrestling him down with a single leg takedown, Riddle is able to lock in a Bromission and advance to the finals later tonight. Team Filthy Announces Prize Fight Open Challenge Following Riddle and Ishii’s encounter, we see “Filthy” Tom Lawlor and Simon Gotch head to the ring, Lawlor with a microphone in hand. They enter the ring, and Lawlor makes the declaration that he and Gotch are the best in the NWA, but Regal refused to give him an opportunity in the Heavyweight Championship tournament. As a result, Lawlor and Gotch are out to prove their skill, and offer an open challenge to any two people who think they could measure up, with an added incentive: anybody who can last 5 minutes in the ring with Team Filthy gets $500 dollars. Two men step onto the stage, ready to form an impromptu alliance to take out Gotch and Lawlor. Team Filthy/The Brian Kendrick and Gentleman Jack Gallagher - Team Filthy Prize Fight While Kendrick and Gallagher seem to have quite some chemistry, especially for two who haven’t worked extensively together before, the experience of Team Filthy as a cohesive unit ends up being the key to dismantling the fast pace of Kendrick and Gallagher. Taking them down well short of the time, Lawlor locks Gentleman Jack Gallagher into a guillotine choke, rag-dolling him until he passes out. WALTER/Matt Riddle - NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final Round We are at the main event of the evening, in which we see the final round to determine the winner of this tournament and the inaugural NWA Heavyweight Champion. WALTER and Matt Riddle, both of whom have had to face extremely difficult opponents to get to this point, put everything on the line to win the tournament. However, the match would not end cleanly, as after WALTER knocks out the referee, we see Zack Sabre Jr. and Taichi hopping from the crowd over the barricade, entering the ring and taking on WALTER 2-on-1. He fends them off until Minoru Suzuki, the man WALTER assaulted the previous week, slides into the ring and hits the Austrian brute in the back with a steel chair. Hitting him twice more with the chair before motioning for Suzuki-gun to exit the ring, leaving Riddle to capitalize on the handiwork of Suzuki. The Original Bro tries to awaken the referee, before locking in a Bromission. WALTER attempts to claw to the ropes, but the intensity of Matt Riddle is too much, as the Ring General taps out. William Regal Massive Announcement Riddle’s celebration is short-lived, however, as instead of being awarded the NWA Heavyweight Championship, he is met by William Regal, the commissioner of the Newgrounds Wrestling Association informs Riddle that his victory over WALTER was tainted, and as commissioner, he has a duty to ensure all bouts are decisive and have a conclusive victor. Because of this, everyone who lost in the tournament would get a shot at redemption, and Matt Riddle would not be crowned NWA Heavyweight Champion unless he is able to defeat the victor of the NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament’s Second Chance Bracket at the next pay-per-view event, in two weeks. Matt Riddle attempts to grab a mic to protest, and the fans are booing the commissioner, but Regal makes it clear his decision is final, and that there is no more time on this week’s episode of NWA. NWA Episode Three Shingo Takagi/Bobby Lashley - NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Opening Round We start off our third week of NWA hot with the opening match of the NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Opening Round. Shingo Takagi, who also opened the prior tournament two weeks before, against Tomohiro Ishii, but instead of the Stone Pitbull, Bobby Lashley stands across the ring from Takagi. The Dominator appears to be in good physical condition, but fell victim to the stamina issues from his own opening round match against Matt Riddle. The Dragon flips the script of his previous match, while Lashley falls to 0-2 in the NWA. Team Filthy Announce Next Prize Fight Last week, we saw “Filthy” Tom Lawlor and Simon Gotch issue and win an open challenge in which their opponents would get $500 should they last 5 minutes in the ring with Team Filthy. We see Lawlor and Gotch backstage, and Lawlor says that he’s been in discussions with William Regal. Lawlor claims that Regal said there were a few spots open for the PPV card, so Team Filthy will be free to hold another Team Filthy Prize Fight. Gotch finishes by saying that whatever team is brave enough to answer their call better be ready to get filthy. Minoru Suzuki/Cesaro - NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Opening Round Our next match features the other two men who were knocked out of the NWA Heavyweight Championship Tournament’s first round in Minoru Suzuki and Cesaro. The Swiss Superman’s power and technical prowess is met in full by the force behind the stiff strikes and submission mastery of Suzuki. Showing no signs of age, the leader of Suzuki-gun is able to lull Cesaro away with a Sleeper before finishing the job with a Gotch-Style Piledriver. William Regal Makes Huge Announcement Following Suzuki’s victory over Cesaro, we cut backstage to William Regal, the commissioner of the NWA. He says that not everyone will have the opportunity afforded to them to go after the NWA Heavyweight Championship, and to amend that, he is implementing a new championship, the NWA Pure Championship. He states that the inaugural champion will be decided at the next NWA pay per view, in 2 weeks time, in a gauntlet. Regal then goes on to say that anybody could show up to this gauntlet, the only person who knows who will is him. Shingo Takagi/Daniel Bryan - NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Second Round Next up, we see Shingo Takagi, who was victorious earlier in the night in the opening round of the NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament, taking on Daniel Bryan, who fell to the prior tournament’s eventual finalist WALTER in the previous week. The Dragon did not have to face Lashley for too long, but the effects of stamina still come back to haunt him, as the fresher Bryan is able to lock in a LeBell Lock to a Shingo Takagi who was attempting to catch his breath, and the hold forces Shingo to tap. Following the match, the two men shake hands, a show of respect between the Dragon and the American Dragon. Regal’s Second Big Announcement Of The Night We cut back to William Regal, who states there is another announcement involving title implications to be made. He says the NWA isn’t just about fighting solo, teamwork is vital to success in some cases, and that holds true with the NWA Tag Team Championships. He goes on to say he’s selected three teams, the Brit-Am Brawlers, The Revival, and reDRagon, who exemplify the art of tag team wrestling, and next week, the match between Dangerous Tekkers and Imperium would decide the fourth team in the Four Corners Tag Team match at the upcoming pay per view event to determine the inaugural Tag Team Champions. Minoru Suzuki/Tomohiro Ishii - NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Second Round The main event of the week pits two men who are extremely familiar with one another in competition, as Minoru Suzuki and Tomohiro Ishii go head to head with the Second Chance Tournament looming large. Both men, masters of the Strong Style, pull out many stops, but Suzuki is able to lock in a Sleeper Hold by reversing a Brainbuster, and Ishii passes out from the rear naked choke. The night ends with Kaze ni Nare playing throughout the arena, Suzuki standing tall in the ring, seeking to go all the way in his redemption. NWA Episode Four Daniel Bryan/Minoru Suzuki - NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Semi-Final Round Kicking off our go home show with a bang, Daniel Bryan and Minoru Suzuki go head to head to determine who will go on to face WALTER in the main event of the evening and determine Matt Riddle’s challenger at the pay per view. The match is incredibly even for its majority, neither man finding a weakness in the other while locked up, but Suzuki is able to gain an advantage by turning to the hard strikes he employs, leaving Bryan without a proper counter and allowing Suzuki to capitalize, eventually being able to hit him with the Gotch-Style Piledriver for the win. Suzuki advances to the final match of the NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament. Show of Respect Not Reciprocated Following the match, before leaving the ring, Daniel Bryan offers a handshake to Suzuki, however the victor denies it, waving Bryan off as he turns around and leaves the ring, heading toward the locker room to prepare for his upcoming match. Dangerous Tekkers (with Miho Abe)/Imperium Bryan leaves the ring, and then the competitors of the next match come out, as Zack Sabre Jr. and Taichi of Suzuki-gun look to take on Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel of Ringkampf, with the winner being inserted into the NWA Tag Team Championship match at the upcoming pay per view. In the end, ZSJ is able to lock in Orienteering with Napalm Death on Aichner, leading to a tapout victory and the chance for the Dangerous Tekkers to win the NWA Tag Team Championships. Regal Makes An Announcement, But Is Interrupted Cutting away to the office of NWA commissioner William Regal, the aforementioned Regal makes an announcement. He says that both Suzuki and WALTER worked to get back into the spots they got to, and that neither man should go unrewarded for their efforts. Likewise, he acknowledges Daniel Bryan has always been so close and yet so far thus far in the NWA, and so he would be getting an opportunity himself. So, Regal continues, the winner of our main event will go on to face Matt Riddle at Breeding Chaos, the first NWA pay per view event. However, the loser of the match will go on to face Daniel Bryan at Breeding Chaos in a number one contender’s match to determine the Heavyweight Champion’s first challenger. Regal wishes all four men luck but is then interrupted by Matt Riddle. The Original Bro claims he deserved his win, and that winning three matches in two weeks shouldn’t be taken away because his opponent made enemies. Regal disagrees, and tells Riddle the Second Chance Tournament has already happened anyways, with the main event being next. However, he assures Riddle that the outcome of his match will be decisive, regardless of whoever interferes. Imperium Get Angry Backstage The camera cuts to the locker room, where we see Imperium, frustrated having lost to the Dangerous Tekkers earlier in the night and losing their opportunity at the NWA Tag Team Championships. Laughter can be heard in the background, though, and it gets louder as the camera pans to Colt Cabana, Toru Yano, and Ryusuke Taguchi, the latter of which is dancing, to the humor of the other two men. Aichner gets angry, yelling at Taguchi and telling him to take his dancing somewhere else, but Cabana tells him to ease up a bit. Barthel is angered by this, advancing toward Cabana and challenging the trio to face Ringkampf at Breeding Chaos. Cabana and Yano get up and do a “group huddle” with Taguchi before they break and agree to the match. This appears to frustrate Imperium further, but they back off, and we cut to the ring to witness our main event and last match before Breeding Chaos. Minoru Suzuki/WALTER - NWA Heavyweight Championship Second Chance Tournament Finals - Matt Riddle Guest Commentary This rematch of week one pits the leaders of the factions of the NWA against each other, as Minoru Suzuki and WALTER face off with Matt Riddle being on guest commentary for the match. Just like their prior encounter, Suzuki and WALTER have an extremely physical bout, this one even moreso, fueled by a growing hatred between these two men, as WALTER’s stable, Ringkampf, assaulted Suzuki following their first bout, and Suzuki-gun cost the Austrian his Heavyweight Championship match the next week. The aforementioned stables attempted to get involved and interfere with the match but were both stopped by each other. There seems to be an extra fire lit under Minoru Suzuki, as he pulls out all of the stops in his arsenal on the way to defeating the Ring General, getting his win back and stamping his name into the main event of Breeding Chaos. Staredown Immediately following the match, Suzuki does not celebrate, but instead turns his attention to Matt Riddle, who himself is standing up. The King of Bros takes his headset off and slides into the ring, but is followed immediately by Zack Sabre, Jr. and Taichi. They stand between Suzuki and Riddle, looking primed for action, but Riddle and Suzuki do not break their gazes, engaged in a staredown as the final scene before Breeding Chaos.
  9. Having somebody besides Nate as Teddy Long
  10. Quarter-Final Cody vs Shawn Spears: Cody Sammy Guevara vs Darby Allin: Sammy Guevara Dustin Rhodes vs Kip Sabian: Dustin Rhodes Lance Archer vs Colt Cabana: Lance Archer Semi-Final Sami Guevara vs Cody: Cody Lance Archer vs Dustin Rhodes: Lance Archer Final Lance Archer vs Cody: Lance Archer
  11. Last Resort - Papa Roach Die Trying - Art of Dying Army of Noise - Bullet for My Valentine Driven - Sevendust
  12. Crip


    Instead of turning off the camera, it is kept rolling on Gunner Flynn as the footsteps grow nearer, running toward the Premium Champion, unaware of his apparent pursuer. The camera does not pan over to discover the identity of this person until Gunner notices the sounds of his running. The Bastard begins to slowly turn around but is caught mid-spin, face first with some sort of object that splits in half upon impact. The camera follows the half that split off, one half of a skateboard, before panning up to the other half, held firmly in the grasp of Gunner Flynn’s newfound enemy and opponent at World at War, The Chancellor, CJ Sellers. He stares down at his fallen foe, stepping over him and crouching down, squatting over Gunner before addressing him. “I know you can’t exactly hear me so clearly, Gunner Flynn, so I’ll leave this as a little after present, a message sent and clearly delivered in response to your own. Firstly, I want to address the lack of respect it is that I have shown to you since before BPZMania V. Never once have you afforded me any level of respect, you would repeatedly claim in the recent past that I am good, yet not good enough. You have not decided I am worthy of your respect, and as such you shall receive exactly as you have sown. It appears our goals are aligned, though, Gunner. Parallel, but aligned. We both seek victory over each other, and we are both plagued with the thoughts of self-redemption, trapped by the demons that keep our minds grounded and focused solely and singularly on the restitution of our careers. We both fall victim to similar traps, we are very similar men in several regards, and while opposites may attract, two men who walk along the same path must now come face to face, and that is what we want, what I need. I need to face you, one on one, I need to face you in a wrestling match, a contest to determine the superiority of two men, one which can only have one true winner. We will face each other head to head, and while I may hold contempt for the means by which a result comes about, as you yourself stated, how this comes to a head no longer holds relevance. The only matter of relevance at this point in time is the result of the match in which we face off in, who is marked with a win, who is marked with a loss. This match, it was almost fated…” The words stop flowing from CJ as he begins to lose himself deep in thought. The Chancellor’s face of malice for the Bastard slowly eases into an expression of emptiness, void of emotion for a period of almost two minutes. Shifting the position of his legs instinctively alerts Sellers back to reality, and once more, he begins to speak. “Fate. The concept itself reeks of absurdity, something unknown, perhaps a sentient God or perhaps the will of existence itself, with every event planned out and guaranteed to occur, planned down to the last minute detail. Then, those like me, the men who would claim to oppose fate itself, the absolute imposed upon the world, and yet I wish to attempt to change this fate, to break the chain and to insert myself where I believe myself to belong in this world. Honestly, if it were a man other than myself saying these things, I would likely be prone to laugh. I would scoff and insult the man standing in front of me who says that he can oppose the will of fate, yet when I say it, it sounds perfectly natural to my ears. When I say that I must, that I will oppose and change fate, I believe myself a man primed to perform such a task, but ironically, that change of fates likely is but a figment of destiny, the falsification of an underdog story in full effect. In any event, even if it is fated to be that only one man of us two can hold our heads high and claim victory, both you and I, the Bastard and The Chancellor, we are both men who are the personification of those who would change fate, those with the ability to alter the ultimate outcome of our careers. Only one man has this opportunity, though, only one man can defeat the other. Two cogs in a broken machine, which cog would be the first to pop itself out, to save itself at the expense of the crumbling the contraption? That man is one of us, Gunner Flynn, and while neither of us hold a crystal ball, I’m going to make my own prediction, just as you have made yours. I believe that I will be the one standing tall once the conclusion has been reached, once the curtain draws on our match, but I will be standing tall only figuratively. Gunner Flynn, you have vowed to try your damndest to expel your own feelings of doubt and to defeat me once and for all, but you display your very best every night, night in and night out. I know what you look like at your best. These past 15 months, you do not have the leisure of witnessing The Chancellor at his peak, but it is shaping up that I will be forced to pull out every stop, I must be at my absolute best at World at War. You wish to be the man undisputedly standing over me, but I’d anticipate our match will not end until two men are incapacitated, and win or lose, I vow myself to guarantee neither of us will be walking under our own power at the finish of our meeting. Damn the King, long live The Chancellor.” CJ Sellers stands back up, staring down at the Bastard after delivering the line now synonymous with The Chancellor. Stepping over Gunner, Sellers begins to walk off, and the camera finally cuts away from the two men, the end of their final meeting prior to World at War finished.

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