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  1. Smith


    For the second time, 'On God' by Mustard blasts through the speakers in the arena here tonight as now it is the other-half of the BPZ Tag Team Champions, Eli Smith, who makes his way out to the stage with a microphone in hand and noticeably even more bandages around his injured knee. Before heading straight to the ring, Eli makes a quick remark. Bart, my bad brother, I got your message but I was busy getting this spoiled knee bandaged up for the one-hundredth time. After letting off a little self-pitiful laugh, Smith makes his way to the ring. Once he enters, he shares a fist bump with his Creed brother and tag-team champion partner, Bart, before looking around the rest of the talent in the ring, nodding his head in appreciation of their drive, until he reaches Bailey. At that point, he simply gives a cold glare at the man that he clashed horns with in a heated, personal match-up at SummerSlam. However, his glare is interrupted as he glances over at the fallen Arrow. As he looks back at Bailey, who now has a cocky grin on his face that suggests this was his doing, Smith jokingly roles his eyes and lets off a chuckle as it seems the relationship between these two all-time greats isn't as tense as it was back in the summer. After whispering something into the ear of Bart, Smith then gives his piece on the upcoming Royal Rumble match. Now, the Royal Rumble, arguably the most exciting match on the BPZ calendar as the whole roster battles it out for an opportunity at the biggest prize in the industry, the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship, on the grandest stage of them all, BPZMania. On the 26th, we'll see up-and-coming stars all the way through to the greatest this business has ever seen, hopefully including some returning legends, clash as they all are on the hunt for the same thing, a career-changing opportunity. This year, I will be entering the Royal Rumble for the first time in my career and I won't lie, I'm extremely excited but not only for the opportunity to once again have my hands on that title but also for the Royal Rumble match itself. At the Royal Rumble, not only will I have a chance to reclaim the most prestigious belt in BPZ but I also get the chance to truly showcase how great my endurance is, both physically and mentally, I get the chance to truly show the extent to how far I'm willing to push myself to achieve greatness and also how much my heart is in this. Of course, myself and Bart still have these BPZ Tag Team Championships around our waists and of course, we will not neglect the division that we have worked so hard to revitalise. See, in the Royal Rumble, there can only be one winner and they say that it is every man for himself but as far as I can tell, that's only the matter in the final moments. Despite never competing in a Royal Rumble match, I've watched them myself and I've witnessed how often temporary alliances are formed in order for superstars to gain advantages. Well, what greater advantage is there than walking into the Royal Rumble already apart of the undisputed number one alliance in the company. In the Royal Rumble, if myself and Bart find ourselves in that ring at the same time, you can bet that we're going to utilise all that tag-team training we've been busting our asses with, we're going to showcase the eminence of tag-team wrestling, we're going to represent these BPZ Tag Team Championships and we're going to prove why we are the best champions in this business when the only two men left are the only two members of Creed participating in the match. From there, the two of us are just a handshake and fair bout away from that BPZMania main event.
  2. This is the second song I've heard from PA Salieu and it is actually a straight up banger, right to the top of my playlist.
  3. Smith

    WWE Reborn

    Predictions Board WWE Championship: Adam Cole (C) vs Bray Wyatt Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (C) vs Kevin Owens WWE Womens Championship: Becky Lynch (C) vs Asuka Survivor Series Elimination Match: Team Smackdown vs Team RAW Brand Warfare: Seth Rollins vs Daniel Bryan Brand Warfare: War Raiders vs Undisputed Era Brand Warfare: Dijak vs Ricochet Brand Warfare: Charlotte vs ??? Brand Warfare Battle Royale: EC3 Bonus Questions Who Will Be The Sole Survivors Of The Winning Team: Andrade & Lee Who Will Be The Smackdown Rep Against Charlotte: Baszler Will Any NXT Stars Make There Debut: None
  4. KENJI Hans Clayton & Ropati David Haskins Julius Jones & Kin Takeshi
  5. A few days following BPZ Wrestling's first event of the new year and the new decade, Night Of Legends, and a video is uploaded to the BPZ YouTube channel titled 'An Update From Eli Smith'. At his home office that we have been introduced to in the past, Eli Smith sits and talks straight to the camera, seemingly by himself and just speaking from the heart. So I've just got back from the doctors where they were just checking up on my knee but also checking for any signs of a concussion. Anyway, I've got a few things I need to get off my chest. Firstly, I want to thank and congratulate both members of Invictus. Arius, at Halloween Havoc, it was you and I who outlasted the four other men inside the Elimination Chamber, it came down to you and I with the Intercontinental Championship on the line and I'll admit, you bested me and took the gold that I treasure the most. Kenji, during Survival Games, you showed everyone that you can keep up with the best this company has to offer and even pushed my partner to his limits in the stellar match between the two of you that ended in a draw. A few months pass and now, me and Bart are representing Creed as the tag team champions after defeating what was considered as the best tag team in the world at that time, First Class Express. Then, the Clapspiracy Invitational is announced and whilst myself and Bart are looking through the teams, there's one that stands out as the team that we want to defend these titles against. As we watched the tournament unfold, we saw this team demolish all of the competition and eventually be announced as the 2019 Clapspiracy Invitational winners... Invictus. Thus, it was set, Creed vs Invictus for the BPZ Tag Team Championships at Night Of Legends. Truthfully, we couldn't of asked for a better team to defend our championships against and I honestly believe that just a few nights back, we put on arguably the best tag team match that BPZ has ever witnessed and brought more interest to the tag team division than ever before so for that, myself and Bart thank you because although we are the champions, we wouldn't of been able to put on such a great performance without such tremendous opponents. With that said, I wish the both of you luck as we head into the most exciting period of the BPZ calender, the road to BPZMania, and may we do battle once again. Now, let's get into the grit of what happened at Night Of Legends. After personally a match that meant so much to me, a match the really proved to myself that I and Bart are the tag team that I'd hoped we be, an old nemesis reintroduced himself with a vicious knee to the skull followed by another knee to the skull. Thankfully, he didn't focus on my already damaged knee because I'm already basically operating on one leg with this injury. Thankfully, his assault didn't result in a concussion like some have speculated which means yes, FDS, I will be coming for my revenge at the Royal Rumble. I know that I'm already apart of the Royal Rumble match and that I should be focusing on that, I know that I'm currently a champion and that I shouldn't be risking suffering from an injury by going into a match with someone who apparently just wants to tear me apart, but FDS' attack wasn't random, it wasn't just completely out of the blue. This is something that has been brewing since 2017. This is something that I knew would come but I just didn't know when. This is something that I need to be done with, something that needs to be settled and that needs to be buried. For the past five years, myself and FDS have been apart of the BPZ family. Even if we've been in and out, BPZ has always been our home. For a long time, I'd like to say we had a mutual respect, that we appreciated our differences and recognised the talent in each other. However, in 2017, that all changed. In 2017, me and FDS really clashed heads for the first time ever and what resulted from it was what he dubbed as 'the Emperor of Chaos'. After I successfully defended the Intercontinental Championship against him, all hell broke lose, FDS completely flipped and almost ended my career with a Burning Hammer onto a steel chair. From there, every time me and FDS have faced, I'll admit it has been electrifying but also some of the most dangerous moments of my lifetime. Now, we're in 2020 and it seems that we're still at that same point. When I returned back at King Of The Ring in 2019, I know the first thing I did was confront Bailey but that was because of a personal issue, that was because he cost me my job, he created the risk of not being able to provide for my family and this was all done by someone who I thought was a close friend. Nonetheless, since then, I've tried to retain my focus to doing what's best for BPZ, all I've wanted to do is restore and raise the prestige of championships that have deteriorated and divisions that have lost steam, using my pull backstage to create opportunities for new stars, overlooked stars, underused stars and hopefully, I've been able to make a difference but it's hard to tell and it's also hard to do when people like BulletProof are antagonising, disrupting and straight-up assaulting their colleagues. At Survivor Series, I wanted that to be the end of it but clearly, it wasn't. FDS, I don't know if your motives are because of me, are because of BulletProof or are from within yourself but whatever they are, your actions can't be forgiven until they are repaid. Striking me from behind outside of regulation, it's reminiscent of the day 'the Emperor of Chaos' was cultivated and I'm afraid it may end in a similar fashion. At Royal Rumble, I will have my revenge, not just for the attack of Night Of Legends but for the scars that you have left on my body and in my mind. FD, I'll see you on the 26th or I guess whenever you next plan on ambushing me. After his final words, Smith simply leans forward and turns off the camera leaving us with nothing but a black screen until the blackness fades into a photograph of Bart and Smith after their match at Night Of Legends, proudly holding their BPZ Tag Team Championships after an incredible battle against Invictus.
  6. WWE Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic | January 13th - March 1st, 2020 As the first tournament in this new era, WWE has reintroduced NXT's celebrated Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic but now, it will function as a round-robin tournament rather than single-elimination. Thus, there will be two blocks of eight teams in which each team will face every other team in their block with the goal of scoring the most points (a win earns two points, a draw earns one point and a loss earns no points). After all block matches have been completed, the teams that finish first in their blocks will face-off in the finals with the winner earning a WWGP Tag Team Championship Match at WrestleMania 36. Block A: Econtra (Aleister Black & The Velveteen Dream) Good Brothers (Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows) Grizzled Young Veterans (James Drake & Zack Gibson) Ichiban (Akira Tozawa & Kushida) Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford) Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar) Block B: Authors Of Pain (Akam & Rezar) Bald Brutality (Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan) Gallus (Mark Coffey & Wolfgang) Glorious Perfection (Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode) Limitless Bros (Keith Lee & Matt Riddle) reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso) Predictions: To predict, give a list of the order in which the teams will finish in each block. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
  7. 2015 and 2017 were my favorite years on the forums so I'd go back to either of those, more likely 2015 as that Summer of playing PS with Brenden, Sameer, Bailey, Keeley, FDS, Ginge, etc. was probably the best fun I've had as apart of this community.
  8. Happy birthday @Death Notorious Angel! Don't worry, 22 isn't that old
  9. Creed (Bart & Smith) BPZ Tag Team Champions (Carnage Wildcard: November 13th, 2019 - Present) Regular Moves Assisted Diving Double Foot Stomp into Fireman's Carry Takeover & Backbreaker Combo Pop-Up Double Knee Facebreaker into Moonsault & Knees Combo Wheelbarrow & Underhook DDT Combo into Assisted Deadlift German Suplex Assisted Standing Moonsault Assisted Double Knee Facebreaker into Senton & Knees Combo Finishing Moves 'Chain Reaction' More Bang For Your Buck 'The Death Blazer' Super Steiner Drop Rare Finishing Move (NO-ONE KICKS OUT) 'Revenite' Golden Trigger Theme Song
  10. Now over two hours into BPZ Wrestling's first event of the decade, we get set for the main event of Night Of Legends, the BPZ Tag Team Championship Match between the reigning and defending champions, Bart and Smith of Creed, and the winners of the 2019 Clapspiracy Tag Team Invitational, Arius and KENJI, known together as Invictus. With five already stellar matches already having taken place, the crowd is warmed-up and more than ready for this massive tag team match as well as the lights-out match between heated rivals Bailey and Bob which will follow tonight's main event. Suddenly, everyone's attention is brought to a sole spotlight at the top of the ramp that shines down onto Rin Akane, the close associate of the BPZ Intercontinental Champion, Arius. While spreading one arm, she uses the other to hold a microphone to her mouth as she introduces both Arius and his partner, the BPZ North-American Champion, KENJI, as the two enter in unison. With Rin stood between them, Arius and KENJI stand together at the top of the stage, united as the undefeated duo known as Invictus. Just like in the finals of the Clapspiracy Invitational, it is obvious that these two are on the same page but still, they show their differences as Arius interacts with the fans as they approach the ring whilst KENJI remains zoned-in, focused on the match ahead as he prepares to face a duo that includes the man he drew against during the Survival Games tournament in what is arguably the dark horse for 2019's best match of the year. With the challengers ready and waiting in the ring, the light dims as the theme song of the stable that holds claim to being the 2019 Survivor Series Match winners, current BPZ Tag Team Champions and BPZ World Heavyweight Champion, Creed, blasts around the arena as we get set for the pairing of Bart and Smith live for the first time since Survivor Series. As Bart and Eli make their way to the stage, they're signature Creed chains and matching leather jackets are now also joined by custom-designed masks that match the graphics printed onto the back of their jackets. As they stroll to the top of the stage with an extra bounce in their step that suggests that they are confident heading into this match, Smith leads whilst spinning his chain around his finger and noticeably, he still has that brace around his knee from the injury he's been carrying since the ladder match in which Creed on the championships. Now, it's the champions that pose at the front of stage with their belts around their waist, leaning opposite directions whilst gleefully flexing their arms despite them being covered by their jackets. After a few seconds, they turn to each other, share a fist bump and then continue to make their entrance. As they approach the ring, Bart seems to get caught in a stare-down with KENJI who could be suggested as the reason Bart came up short in the Survival Games tournament. Meanwhile, Eli's attention seems to lay with Arius, the man that took the treasured Intercontinental Championship from Smith only a few months back and now looks to do the same again with the Tag Team Championships. Before our main event match officially begins, the two teams stand toe-to-toe as they are introduced by the announcer. In the challenging corner, we have the BPZ Intercontinental Champion, 'The Revenant' Arius, and the BPZ North-American Champion, 'The Resonator' KENJI... Invictus! In the defending corner, we have the BPZ Tag Team Champions, 'The Elitist' Bart and 'The Engimatic Trailblazer'... Creed! As the two teams return to their respective corners, it's Arius and Eli Smith who step out onto the apron whilst Bart and KENJI remain in the ring as the two competitors who will kick-off the match. Following the bell being rung, Bart and KENJI begin to pace around the ring before meeting in the center and engaging in a collar-and-elbow tie-up as these two now feel each other out in their second-ever meeting inside a ring. As the sequence of chain wrestling goes on, the pace begins to quicken and the holds don't seem to be applied for any longer than a couple of seconds. With KENJI applying a side headlock, Bart simultaneously escapes the hold and gets to his feet with a silky smooth kip-up. As KENJI climbs up to join Bart on his feet, Bart takes this chance to build some momentum by hitting the ropes but by the time he returns to KENJI, 'The Resonator' is on his feet and launches impressively high into the air looking for a dropkick. Despite the picture-perfect technique that KENJI displays, Bart is able to evade the kick by sliding underneath. As both men recompose themselves, Bart is one step ahead still as he runs at KENJI against and goes for a Lariat but KENJI ducks it, sending Bart running to the ropes against but when he returns to KENJI this time, KENJI scoops Bart up for a Body Slam but Bart shifts his weight so that he slips down the back of KENJI. As KENJI turns to face his opponent, he is caught with a head-scissor takedown that sends him rolling outside of the ring. Looking to stay on top of his opponent, Bart hurries to the ropes and bounces off of them building up speed before flying through the ropes and hitting a Suicide Dive. After recovering, Bart throws KENJI under the ropes and then follows him into the ring. After raising KENJI to his feet, Bart hits the ropes, ducks a Lariat attempt by KENJI, then hits the ropes again but as he runs back at KENJI, he is caught off-guard as KENJI connects with a quick pop-up German Suplex! With a bridge from the suplex, KENJI makes a pinfall attempt early on in the match but Bart is able to kick out at one. Currently being in control, KENJI keeps hold of Bart's wrist as he then tags in Arius with his other hand. After climbing through the ropes, Arius runs to the ropes whilst KENJI sets up for another German Suplex except for this time, Arius adds more to it by connecting with an Inuzum Leg Lariat which provides extra momentum to the suplex itself. Despite not being able to bridge for the cover since it was KENJI who hit the suplex, Arius still goes for the pinfall but only gets as far as an early two before Bart kicks out. After the failed pinfall attempt, Arius returns to his feet and takes in an ovation from the crowd who seems to approve of the tag-team combination by Invictus. When he returns his attention to Bart, the Dutch superstar is now up to one knee but doesn't get much further as Arius applies a beautiful yet agonizing Octopus Stretch. After a few moments of Bart struggling, he finally escapes and slams Arius down onto the mat in the process, creating a bit of breathing room for himself. As he looks around, he finally finds his partner in their corner eagerly awaiting to be tagged into this match. After crawling across the majority of the ring, Bart leaps and tags in Smith who immediately jumps up and springboards into the ring, connecting with a knee strike to a standing Arius. As Smith lands, he rolls through onto his feet and turns back to Arius, hits a Hurricanrana and then follows up with a bicycle knee strike to a kneeling Arius. After the impact, Arius falls onto his back so Smith takes the opportunity to make a cover attempt but Arius kicks out just after the one count. Then, when trying to lift Arius back to his feet, Smith is met with a stiff forearm and they keep going as Arius gets back to his feet, buying time with each strike. Once Arius is back on his feet, he gets Smith into a suplex hold but that only results in Smith fighting back with a knee strike to Arius' midsection, forcing him to release the hold. Now, Smith unloads with a series of Muay Thai strikes, unleashing the rage built-up inside of him from back in October when Arius took the Intercontinental Championship from him at Halloween Havoc inside the Elimination Chamber. However, Arius fights back with more forearms as the two now trade blows, forearms against elbows, until Arius hits a forearm that echoes around the arena and completely rocks Eli. After that, Arius then hits the ropes, KENJI tagging himself in as he does so, and comes back with one final forearm to Smith. Invictus then stalk their prey as Smith climbs to his feet. Once he's up, Arius takes him straight back down with a swift leg sweep which is soon followed by an impactful knee drop from KENJI who then goes for the cover but only gets a two count. Now, it is KENJI and Smith in the ring together for the first time ever but in favor of Invictus, Smith has just suffered from a nice tag team move. As Smith gets up, KENJI hits the ropes and comes back looking for a shoulder block but Smith is able to side-step it. After turning around, KENJI darts at Smith again, this time going for a lariat but Smith is able to handspring under the arm of KENJI and back onto his feet. With KENJI not being too much taller than the cruiserweight Smith, Eli attempts a clothesline which he usually wouldn't and it doesn't end well as KENJI catches the arm of Smith and sets up for the Dragon's Hoard. However, as KENJI is flipping Smith into the drive, Smith is able to use the momentum to escape and flip onto his feet. As he lands, he stumbles into his own corner, fortunately, and Barts tags in. Trying to stay on top but unaware of the tag, KENJI runs at Smith and is met with nothing but turnbuckle. With KENJI slightly dazed, Smith is able to lift him up onto his shoulders whilst Bart scales the ropes. Then, with Smith holding KENJI in a Fireman's Carry, Bart connects with a Diving Double Foot Stomp to the back of KENJI's head before then landing on the mat, falling onto his back and raising his knees as the landing platform for Smith's Fireman's Carry Takeover. After Creed exhibit their new tag-team offense, Bart attempts to get the pinfall but only gets a two count. Bart then looks to hit a Tornado DDT but KENJI reverse by pushing Bart so that he misses the ropes with his feet and instead ends up hung on them. After laying a couple of strikes into the defenseless Dutchman, KENJI pulls Bart off the ropes with a Gutwrench applied, showcasing his strength as he then hits the Golem Tribute (Gutwrench Toss). After being tagged in by KENJI, Arius enters the ring and tends to Bart, setting him up for his signature Seeing Red (Full-Nelson Suplex) suplex but before he hits it, KENJI connects with a Pumping Bomber (Running Stiff Lariat) as Invictus hit another tag-team move. As KENJI leaves the ring, Arius takes a knee and looks down at Bart before then applying a well-done Bow & Arrow. After torturing Bart for a while, Arius releases the hold as to avoid his legs growing tired. Next, he goes for a Lifted Osaka Street Cutter but doesn't get any further than lifting Bart above his head as Bart wriggles free and then connects with a dropkick to the back of Arius that pushes him to fall into the ropes awkwardly. Whilst Arius uses the ropes to get back up, Bart tags in Smith who runs at Arius and hits a spinning back elbow. Then, Smith turns away from Arius and faces his partner who is still in the ring. Bart then runs at Smith who pops Bart up and over his head. Flying through the air, Bart then connects with a Double Knee Facebreaker on Arius but then keeps hold of Arius as they land on the mat. With Arius now bent over Bart's knees, Smith steps onto Arius' back and hits a Standing Moonsault, squashing the Intercontinental Champion between Smith's abdomen and Bart's knees. Once Bart releases Arius and exits, Smith goes for the pinfall but once again gets no more than a two count. Therefore, Eli now attempts a Dead-Lift German Suplex and exhibits unbelievable strength for a man of his size as we've seen him do in the past as he is able to lift Arius up but before he can complete the suplex, that knee of his gives in as his injury now begins to play apart in the match. This causes Smith to release Arius and fall down to the mat, holding his knee as he rolls around the ring in pain. As Arius realises the situation, he takes advantage and tags in KENJI as both of them now approach the fallen Eli. Unwilling to just watch his hurt partner be dissected by his opponents, Bart storms into the ring and goes at both members of Invictus but it's not long before the numbers catch up. After slowing Bart down, Invictus hit a Double Osaka Cutter on him and then push him out of the ring. Turning back to Smith, KENJI hits a Ushigoroshi which is then followed up with Seeing Red (Full-Nelson Suplex) by Arius! Looking to end the match here, Arius goes for the pinfall but Smith just about manages to kick out before the three count. Now, Invictus begin to target the injured knee of Smith, tagging in and out as they apply knee-bars whilst the other stomps on it. Nevertheless, Eli doesn't seem to quit and eventually, Bart attempts to get involved but is removed from the equation very quickly by a Sicilian Barrage from Arius followed by a KJR from KENJI. With this slight distraction by Bart, Smith is almost able to get to his feet without Invictus noticing but when they do, they simply stalk the limping champion before connecting with their signature tag move, Kill The Lights (Total Elimination)! After such a malicious move, Eli looks completely out of it as KENJI goes for the pinfall for the victory but somehow, someway, most likely from the instincts developed by the veteran, Smith is able to raise his leg onto the ropes to avoid being pinned and in order to keep Creed alive in this match! As Arius and KENJI once again stalk the injured champion, looking to further dissect their opponent, suddenly Bart comes flying into the ring and hits a Springboard Tornado DDT onto Arius. Without hesitation, KENJI shuts Bart down with a Pumping Bomber. However, this distraction gives Eli just enough time to recover as when KENJI turns back to him, Eli catches him with a Sick Kick! After taking the shot from Smith, KENJI rolls out of the ring, joining Arius at ringside but Smith doesn't let up as he comes flying over the top rope with a Tope Con Hilo! After recovering from throwing himself over the top rope, Smith throws KENJI back into the ring before climbing between the ropes himself. As he gets into the ring, Bart gets back onto the apron so Smith tags him in as Creed now look to hit a tag move. Firstly, Smith grabs KENJI with a front under-hook and then lifts him up so that Bart has KENJI in a wheelbarrow position. Then, Smith plants KENJI's head into the mat with an Under-hook DDT, pushes KENJI back up with his legs which gives enough momentum for Bart to hit a German Suplex. After bridging into the cover, Bart attempts to get the pinfall but KENJI is able to kick out at the count of two. With Arius still at ringside, Creed look to capitalise as Bart rolls across the body of KENJI, picking him up into a Fireman's Carry in the process. Meanwhile, Smith climbs to the top rope. Then, Bart hits a Rolling Fireman's Carry Slam which is followed up by a 450 Splash from Smith which is followed by a Moonsault from Bart! They call that Chain Reaction! After hitting the Moonsault, Bart goes straight for the cover and just as it seems as though the champions have retained, Arius comes crashing into the pinfall attempt out of nowhere and saves Invictus. Frustrated with Arius' interference, Eli gets into the ring and goes for a Sick Kick on Arius but it is side stepped as Arius then unleashes Danse Macabre on Smith. Avenging his partner, Bart plants Arius' skull into the mat with a nasty Inverted Frankensteiner. As Bart then turns around to face KENJI, his impressive reaction-speed allows him to duck a lariat attempt as he then runs to the corner looking to run up the turnbuckle but as he is doing so, KENJI takes his legs out from underneath him. With Bart hung on the ropes, KENJI then climbs to the middle turnbuckle and hits a Gutwrench Suplex on Bart from the middle rope! Nonetheless, avoiding a pinfall attempt, Bart uses the momentum from the huge suplex to keep rolling until he reaches the corner of Creed where he then tags in Smith. Now, KENJI runs at Smith, leaps at him, catches him off-guard and then catches the arm of Smith as he swiftly locks in the Bermuda Triangle (Triangle Armbar Choke), simply resorting to what he does best rather than focusing on Smith's injured knee. Slowly but surely, Smith begins to fade and just as it comes to the point where it looks as though Smith may be out, a fire lights inside of him as with this new-found energy he bursts back up onto his feet, miraculously dead-lifting KENJI, the same action that caused him to tweak his injury earlier in the match, and then dropping KENJI back down to the mat with a Powerbomb! With KENJI down, Eli pulls himself up to the top rope, making sure not to put too much weight on that tweaked knee but still winning to do a high risk maneuver for the sake of winning. However, Smith took too long as Arius has made his way over, ran into the corner and used the ropes to hit a step-up enziguiri to the injured knee of Smith who now falls crotch first onto the top turnbuckle. During this, Bart has secretly tagged himself in and now stalks an unaware Arius. As 'The Revenant' reaches his feet, he turns around into a brutal forearm followed by The Last Breath (Hammerlock DDT). With Bart and KENJI being the legal men, 'The Elitist' turns his attention to the Japanese sensation who was waiting for him as he hits the Spiral Bomber (Spinning Backfist). Looking to finish the match by himself, KENJI goes for the Last Resonance (High Angle Pumphandle Half-Nelson Driver) but Bart slips off his shoulders and in all desperation, just resorts to hitting KENJI with a meaty headbutt that rocks both men. Nevertheless, Bart powers through it and lifts KENJI up for The Death Machine (One-Winged Angel) but instead, Smith, who was on the top rope this whole time, leaps off the turnbuckle and connects with a huge bulldog, driving KENJI's face down into the mat as Creed hit their own version of the classic Super Steiner Drop maneuver but they call it The Death Blazer! With KENJI down and out, Bart goes for the pinfall... One! Two! Three! That's it! Bart gets the pinfall on KENJI following The Death Blazer to retain the BPZ Tag Team Champions as the pair representing Creed continue their triumphant reign and the re-ignition of tag team wrestling in BPZ!
  11. WWE Announce First Tournament Of The Year And Upcoming Events With Night Of Legends marking the official beginning of this new era in WWE, the company is already looking forward to making it's next steps and has done so by announcing not only it's usual January event, Royal Rumble, but also a round-robin tag-team tournament named after the NXT special, the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic. As per usual, WWE will host it's prestigious and iconic Royal Rumble event at the end of the month and also as per usual, the show will feature the classic Royal Rumble match, one for male competitors and one for female competitors. This year's Royal Rumble event will take place on Sunday, 26th January. In addition, WWE will host the 2020 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic over the coming weeks. Unlike the usual single-elimination tournament that we saw in NXT, this rendition of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic will be a round-robin tournament with two blocks of eight. In each block, every team will face each other to earn points, a win gets them two points, a draw gets them one point and a loss gets no points. After every team has faced each team in their block, the two teams leading their respective blocks will face in the finals at the Dusty Rhodes Memorial Show on March 1st, 2020 and the tournament itself will start tomorrow on January 13th, as the first set of Block A matches take place (blocks announced below). Here are the official blocks for the 2020 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic: Block A: Econtra (Aleister Black & The Velveteen Dream), Good Brothers (Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows), Grizzled Young Veterans (James Drake & Zack Gibson), Ichiban (Akira Tozawa & Kushida), Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate), New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods), Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford), Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar) Block B: Authors Of Pain (Akam & Rezar), Bald Brutality (Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan), Gallus (Mark Coffey & Wolfgang), Glorious Perfection (Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode), Limitless Bros (Keith Lee & Matt Riddle), reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly), Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson), Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso) Published on January 12, 2020
  12. WWE Night Of Champions | January 12th, 2020 | Moda Center | Portland, Oregon With WWE distinguishing a catastrophic change to its landscape, the number one pro wrestling organization in the world presents its first show of the new year and of the new decade, Night Of Champions. As all bodies under the WWE brand forge together, champions from all across the company will clash to determine the inaugural holders of the championships regulated by the WWE's new governing body, the World Wrestling Grand Prix, or WWGP for short. With some WWGP championships already decided, such as the WWGP Heavyweight Championship, there are also some titles that will depend on the victors of certain match-ups, such as the one between Andrade 'Cien' Almas and Roderick Strong. In conclusion, on January 12th, we will see the best that WWE has to offer as the most outstanding wrestlers in the industry today go head to head for the right to lead the WWE in this new era with gold around their waists and the entirety of the WWE Universe's eyes on them. Prepare for the Night Of Champions. WWGP Women's Championship Unification Match SmackDown Women's Champion vs RAW Women's Champion Bayley vs Becky Lynch With a historical night in the timeline of WWE only just beginning, we take our first step into this dawn by deciding which woman will lead us into this new era as the inaugural WWGP Women's Champion. Rightfully so, the match-up is between the current SmackDown Women's Champion and the current RAW Women's Champion. Coincidentally, they are also career-long rivals, close friends turned bitter enemies, two-quarters of the renowned four horsewomen of WWE, Bayley and Becky Lynch. With these two women knowing each other so well and the stakes of this match-up being so high, the action starts off really slow as each woman is hesitant to commit too much but also, every time one does make an advancement, the other is able to read it. Nevertheless, as the match goes on, the pace eventually quickens as the two try to one-up each other, much like how they have been trying to do throughout their careers as a whole. However, in the end, after numerous big moves, it is Becky Lynch who is able to reverse the Bayley-to-Belly into a sweep before applying the Dis-arm-her and forcing Bayley to tap out. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP Women's Champion, Becky Lynch, at 17:50 via submission! Six-Man Showcase Match The O.C. vs Randy Orton & The Revival Ahead of the many more championship matches set for tonight, we take a breather from the gold hunting and instead look at a battle for pride, bragging rights, and our enjoyment. With the notorious trio of AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, and Luke Gallows, known as The O.C., running havoc over the company as of late, Randy Orton reunites with brief allies from the later stages of last year, Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson, The Revival. In this six-man tag match, the years of friendship and allegiance within The O.C. is evident as the three of them are able to move fluently as a team whereas the chemistry between their opponents doesn't quite match-up. Nonetheless, the experience of The Revival as a tag team and Randy Orton as a 13x world champion allows for them to stay in this match and make it a competitive one. However, their efforts would be rendered inconsequential as an unknown man wearing a hoodie and a custom-designed O.C. mask invades the ring and costs Orton's team, resulting in The O.C. coming out victorious after AJ Styles pins Scott Dawson. After the match, Karl Anderson grabs a microphone and then The O.C. regroup inside the ring alongside the mysterious invader that helped them get the win. Karl Anderson: "All of this talk about a new era, all these shifts in the landscape of our company, it has resulted in a lot of wrestlers and members of management growing worried, uncomfortable and insecure but for the three of us, this isn't anything new. Sorry, actually, I mean for the four of us, this isn't anything new. Overseas, we were apart of a club that dominated a land that is shaped just like the way WWE is being reformed to right now so we welcome these changes with open arms because this new era will be led by none other than The O.C." Then, Anderson passes the microphone over to AJ Styles who looks to start from where Karl left off. AJ Styles: "For those of you that don't know, that stands for the official club, the original club, the only club that matters. I'm talking about the 'Good Brothers', Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, 'The Phenomenal One' AJ Styles and... 'The Real Rock 'n' Rolla' Finn Bálor!" As he is introduced, the masked man reveals himself as none other than Finn Bálor! With these four long-time friends reunited, they share a four-way too sweet in the ring before strolling to the back, cocky grins on each of their faces as The O.C. have now shifted the landscape of WWE even further. Winner: The O.C., at 11:39 via pinfall! WWGP NXT/United Kingdom Championship Unification Match NXT Champion vs WWE United Kingdom Champion Adam Cole vs WALTER With all of WWE's brands coming together in this new era, the two world champions of the development territories, NXT and NXT UK, are set to face off to decide which territories' championship will survive and evolve along with the rest of the company. On one side, there is the primary NXT brand's NXT Championship that has been established since 2012 and is currently held by arguably the hottest prospect in WWE, Undisputed Era's Adam Cole. On the other hand, there is NXT UK's WWE United Kingdom Championship that was originally instated as the reward for winning the inaugural United Kingdom Championship Tournament back in 2017. Since then, there have only been three champions, including the current champion WALTER, but each has been significant in the rise of the title's prestige as it is now arguably admired more than the NXT Championship itself and even the historic WWE United States Championship. With there being a clear size difference between WALTER, who is billed at a weight of 319 lbs, and Adam Cole, who is billed at a weight of 210 lbs, 'The Ring General' would very much have the strength advantage. As expected, this would lead to an uphill struggle for Adam Cole who would have to spend the majority of this match trying to chop down the Austrian behemoth whilst withstanding an onslaught of brutal attacks including WALTER's signature blistering chops that could literally cave a man's chest in. However, as the match goes on, the big man begins to tire and the match seems to be swaying in Cole's favor but that is put to a stop when WALTER plants him with a Golden Bomb before then picking up the pinfall. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP United Kingdom Champion, WALTER, at 15:26 via pinfall! 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 With the inaugural WWGP Women's Champion being decided by the unification match of the SmackDown Women's Championship and the RAW Women's Championship, the rest of the women's champions have been given this next match. With The Kabuki Warriors being the current WWE Women's Tag Team Champions, they will compete in a two-on-two match-up against the current NXT Women's Champion, Rhea Ripley, and the current NXT UK Women's Champion, Kay Lee Ray, to decide the inaugural WWGP Women's Tag Team Champions. Throughout this match, we would see two of the best talents to come from NXT UK take on two of the best talents to come from the Japanese wrestling scene. With Ray having a British wrestling style and Ripley's style being Australian, their styles wouldn't exactly match but this would actually prove to be a benefit as they would attack the tag team champions with a dynamic fury of attacks, making it harder to defend against. Nonetheless, the chemistry of the tag team champions and their styles that match almost perfectly together would prove to be too much for the two NXT champions as Kairi and Asuka are able to get the pinfall after Kairi hits the Insane Elbow on Kay Lee Ray. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP Women's Tag Team Champions, The Kabuki Warriors, at 12:28 via pinfall! WWGP United States/North-American Championship Unification Match WWE United States Champion vs NXT North-American Champion Andrade 'Cien' Almas vs Roderick Strong With the uniting of WWE and it's NXT brands, the new governing body, WWGP, have made it clear that they will only be carrying on the legacy of one of either the historic WWE United States Championship or the fresh and exciting NXT North-American Championship. Therefore, tonight, the current WWE United States Champion, Andrade 'Cien' Almas, and the current NXT North-American Champion, Roderick Strong, face-off in singles action to crown the inaugural WWGP United States or North-American Champion. In what could perhaps be considered as the least noted singles match on the card, two absolute stellar athletes put on a professional wrestling clinic. With the American-based technical style of Strong and the Mexican-based Lucha-libre style of Almas, the match itself would, in turn, be quite dynamic as each competitor brings their own flavor of the sport to the table in a performance that could be considered as the dark horse for the match of the night. Nevertheless, after an extremely competitive match that saw Andrade and Roddy going back and forth straight from the get-go, it's Almas' signature running knee smash into the corner followed by the hammerlock DDT that is able to put Strong down for the three count. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP United States Champion, Andrade 'Cien' Almas, at 15:38 via pinfall! Tag Team Showcase Match NXT Tag Team Champions vs NXT UK Tag Team Champions reDRagon vs Gallus In the second tag team match of the night, the current NXT Tag Team Champions, Undisputed Era's Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly, also known as reDRagon, take on the current NXT UK Tag Team Champions, Mark Coffey and Wolfgang of Gallus. With the SmackDown and RAW champions competing for the title of inaugural WWGP Tag Team Champions in tonight's co-main event, these two teams will not be competing for a brand new WWGP belt here tonight but instead have been given a platform to show exactly why, despite being apart of WWE's development territories, they are worthy of fighting alongside the best tag teams in this business. With the Scotsmen having a clear size advantage, Fish and O'Reilly begin this match at an extremely slow pace, avoiding engaging in any trade-offs and instead, pick their points, striking hard before then retreating out of arm's reach in order to avoid being caught by the much bigger men. Thankfully for reDRagon, this is what they specialize in, systematically dismantling their opponents with precise and calculated attacks. Nevertheless, it's only a matter of time until Coffey and Wolfgang get their hand on the Undisputed Era representatives and begin to show what they're all about: barbaric, solid, rough brawling. Ultimately though, reDRagon's game plan pays off as they finally put the match to bed by hitting their signature Total Elimination combination on Mark Coffey as O'Reilly then picks up the pinfall. Winner: reDRagon, at 11:46 via pinfall! WWGP Intercontinental Championship Match WWE Intercontinental Champion vs Challenger Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs Seth Rollins With no championship to unify with the WWE Intercontinental Championship, the current champion, Shinsuke Nakamura, has been gifted the opportunity to continue his reign but now under the title of WWGP Intercontinental Champion, as long as he can successfully defend the title against his challenger, 'The Architect' Seth Rollins. Over his ten years under WWE contract, Rollins has captured the WWE Intercontinental Championship twice and now looks to be the inaugural WWGP Intercontinental Champion, similar to how he was the inaugural NXT Champion. As expected, the champion is accompanied by his spokesman, Sami Zayn, and the challenger is accompanied by his newly acquired enforcers, Akam and Rezar, also known as the Authors of Pain. In this match, we see two men who have both been considered as the best in the world in the past go toe to toe and push each other to prove that they were worthy of that title. Furthermore, with Rollins' intimidating companions at ringside, Zayn is reluctant to get involved as he fears the repercussions may not be worth it but that doesn't stop Authors of Pain from interrupting the match themselves. As the match looks to be coming to a close, Rollins pretends to accidentally strike the referee down but anyone watching could tell it was intentional. Then, Authors of Pain raid the ring so Sami Zayn enters as well but soon regrets it as he is taken out by the big men immediately. However, before they can lay their hands on Nakamura, four people donning Japanese-styled masks invade the ring and surround Rollins and the Authors of Pain. After eliminating the behemoths from the equation with a combination of kicks, the four then turn their attention to Rollins who begs for mercy and even gets down onto his knees but that only sets him up perfectly for a Kinshasa to the back of the head from Nakamura. After Nakamura picks up the pinfall, Sami Zayn is helped to his feet by the invaders and he begins laughing to himself as they all join Shinsuke inside the ring. An ecstatic Zayn hugs the newly crowned WWGP Intercontinental Champion before collecting a microphone from the ringside staff. Sami Zayn: Ladies and gentlemen, your brand new, inaugural WWGP Intercontinental Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura! Look at that beautiful belt on his shoulder, it's like a match made in heaven. Though, let me not forget the four others we have with us. Now, I know The O.C. already had their tear-wrenching reunion with Finn Balor earlier tonight and this may seem a bit similar but this, this isn't a reunion, this isn't the reuniting of an old club, this is the creation of something new, a movement, a collective of athletes that I admire, that I truly believe are some of the best this business has to offer. Now, shall we introduce ourselves? As Sami Zayn reveals each member of this new group, they remove their masks in turn. Firstly, we have one of the greatest ever cruiserweights to touch a professional wrestling ring, 'Time Splitter', Kushida! Next, we have a former WWE Cruiserweight Champion, 'The Stamina Monster', Akira Tozawa! Finally, we have your current WWGP Women's Tag Team Champions, 'The Empress of Tomorrow', Asuka, and 'The Pirate Princess', Kairi Sane! Ladies and gentlemen, we are number one, we are Ichiban! With Zayn revealing the name of this group as 'Ichiban', meaning number one in Japanese, the six members hold up a single index finger each as they pose together in the ring. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP Intercontinental Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura, at 19:59 via pinfall! WWGP Cruiserweight Championship Match WWE Cruiserweight Champion vs Challengers Angel Garza (c) vs Aleister Black vs Cedric Alexander vs Lio Rush Before we find out who will lead the heavyweight and tag team divisions, we first look at the men's cruiserweight division as the current WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Angel Garza, defends his crown as the king of the cruiserweights against three of the best of this weight-class in the entire industry, Aleister Black, Cedric Alexander, and Lio Rush. When all is said and done, the cruiserweight having their arm raised will officially be the inaugural WWGP Cruiserweight Champion. As we have come to expect with cruiserweight action, this match is filled with mesmerizing moves that only the most agile and athletic wrestlers in the business can pull off. In addition, as apart of the prestigious Garza wrestling family of Mexico, the current WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Angel Garza, provides us with high-level Lucha-libre whilst Aleister, Cedric and Lio's arsenals seem to persist of similar combinations of hard-strikes and technical-maneuvers. Ultimately though, perhaps his strikes being that much harder and his technical ability being that much more adept allows Aleister Black to pick up the pinfall on Alexander after connecting with the Black Mass. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP Cruiserweight Champion, Aleister Black, at 12:24 via pinfall! WWGP Tag Team Championship Match SmackDown Tag Team Champions vs RAW Tag Team Champions The New Day vs The Viking Raiders With only two matches left for tonight's show, next up is the co-main event, the tag team match between the current SmackDown Tag Team Champions, The New Day, and the current RAW Tag Team Champions, The Viking Raiders, that will see the victors be crowned as the inaugural WWGP Tag Team Champions. Over the past few years, The New Day have proven themselves as one of the best tag teams in WWE history whereas The Viking Raiders have only been in the spotlight for a few short months but have already proven that they can be a threat to any tag team they are met by. Having only met in two on two competition once before, there aren't many clues as to how this match will pan out but perhaps strategically, the two men representing The New Day are Big E and Xavier Woods, the two biggest members of the trio. With both Ivar and Erik having menacingly larger frames, Big E will be very useful in counteracting their explosive power whilst Xavier Woods provides a differentiated dynamic with his technical and high-flying abilities. Throughout the match, The Viking Raiders are able to corner the smaller Woods on various occasions, allowing them to deduct one-half of their opponents from the equation but even so, The New Day are able to fight their way back into the match-up with a stand-out performance from Big E and an unwillingness to give up in Xavier. Therefore, in the end, The New Day once again prove why they are considered one of the greatest tag teams ever as they make history once again as the inaugural WWGP Tag Team Champions. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP Tag Team Champions, The New Day, at 17:09 via pinfall! WWGP Heavyweight Championship Match WWE Champion vs WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt As this historic night comes to its exciting ending, two beasts are set to clash in an extraordinary main event between 'The Beast Incarnate' Brock Lesnar and 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt. With these two competitors not only having imposing statures but also being legitimate freaks of nature, this match will undoubtedly be no less than an absolute war. With his long-term advocate, Paul Heyman, by his side, the more traditional combat fighter in Brock Lesnar looks to conquer the haunting, outlandish and mystical beast known as 'The Fiend' whilst Bray Wyatt looks to unleash his dark side once again to overcome the colossal athlete that has proven himself as the most dominant force in sports entertainment for the past decade. With many questions around how two such assertive and powerful competitors would possibly fair off, this match would very much feel like an unstoppable force colliding with an immovable objects as Lesnar gets off to his usual start of rushing his opponent, delivering a series of knees before moving into a sequence of suplexes but even so, 'The Fiend' would refuse to stay down, exhibiting that inhuman relentlessness once again. At first, it would be Heyman who would interfere, distracting 'The Fiend' for a few brief moments before falling victim to the Mandible Claw. Then, later in the match, the eminent sounding of the gong that usually preludes the entrance of 'The Deadman' is accompanied by the whole arena turning pitch black. When the lights come back on, The Undertaker's gloves and hat are laying in the middle of the ring which leaves 'The Fiend' startled and allows Lesnar to hit his fifth F-5 of the match onto a pile of chairs curated in the ring before then finally getting the pinfall. Winner: Brand new and inaugural WWGP Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesnar, at 14:47 via pinfall! Feedback Hashtags Use #MOTN to let me know what your favorite match of the night was! Use #SOTN to let me know who your favorite superstar of the night was! Use #OMG to let me know what your favorite 'OMG' moment of the night was! Predictions
  13. I haven't really been interested in watching wrestling at the moment but this card so far is looking like a must watch at the moment. In the main event, we have the two best stables in WWE right now clashing for the first time. Then, there's the two singles matches that both look promising. I'm excited to see what else is to come for this event if the rest of the card lives up to the matches that have already been announced.
  14. I haven't stopped listening to this since it was released. It's a song from my favourite artist about my favourite subject, it's destiny for me to love it.
  15. NJPW Presents: Wrestlekingdom 14 Pre-Show, New Japan Rumble: Dalton Castle Opening Match, NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championships: CHAOS (Hirooki Goto, Rocky Romero & Tomohiro Ishii) VS Great Bash Heel (Jeff Cobb, Tomoaki Honma & Togi Makabe) Match 2, IWGP JR Tag Team Championships: Bullet Club (El Phantasmo & Taiji Ishimori) VS Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) VS Great Bash Heel (Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) Match 3 Special Singles match: Taichi VS Shingo Takagi Match 4, IWGP Tag Team Championships: EVIL & SANADA VS The Briscoes Match 5, No Disqualifications: Minoru Suzuki VS Jon Moxley Match 6, IWGP JR Heavyweight Championship: Will Ospreay VS Ryusuke Taguchi Match 7, IWGP Intercontinental Championship: Zack Sabre JR VS Juice Robinson Main Event, IWGP Heavyweight Championship: Kazuchika Okada VS KENTA Bonus questions: Final Four in the New Japan Rumble? Dalton Castle, Jonathan Gresham, PCO, DOUKI How long will Okada/KENTA Go? 37 minutes
  16. Aladdin wasn't my favourite Disney film as a kid but Jafar was a villain that didn't just depend on his mystical powers, he was also a very smooth talker which was entertaining to watch.
  17. Given that I haven't really watched Disney since I was a little kid, I have two heroes from films that are around 20 years old. Firstly, Mulan from the film Mulan and secondly, Hercules from the film Hercules.
  18. - Eli Smith (Dolph Ziggler) vs FDS (Jimmy Havoc) - Survivor Series 2017 - your choice
  19. Men’s: 1 Women's: 24
  20. As someone who has been around since Bart's arrival to the forums, I can't say there's anyone more suitable for this role. A name that does pop into my head is Nebakos but I think he and Bart share similar traits in that they both are very kind and welcoming people but also unbiased and make decisions based on logic, in order to do what's best for the forums as a whole. Congratulations Bart, you 100% deserve it!
  21. As BPZ's first event of the year draws closer, Carnage is red hot with excitement as Night Of Legends is packed with a multitude of marquee match-ups, including the BPZ Tag Team Championship match between the current champions, Creed, and the winners of the 2019 Clapspiracy Memorial Invitational, Invictus. With the fans in attendance waiting for the next moment of the night, all eyes are brought to the titan-tron where we see one-half of the tag team champions of the world, Eli Smith, in the same setting to which we saw his partner, Bart, earlier in the week. This time, it is 'The Enigmatic Trailblazer' that takes his time to articulate his remaining thoughts on the match ahead. With the Night Of Legends dawning upon us, with I and Bart's defence of the BPZ Tag Team Championships mere hours away, I look upon the horizon with a glimmer of hope in my eye, hope of once again proving that Creed is the greatest force in BPZ today, hope of once again proving that we are the deserving champions of the tag team division, hope of once again having my arm raised... But I would be lying if I didn't say that my hope is tainted, I would be lying if I didn't say that my mentality hasn't been shaken. Despite the success Creed has attained as your current BPZ Tag Team Champions, as well as your current BPZ World Heavyweight Champion and also the winners of the 2019 traditional Survivor Series match, I can't help but let this voice in the back of my head riddle my mind with doubt but I have come to realise that these doubts aren't a curse, they are instead a blessing. The doubts, they prevent me from ever looking past a challenge, they provoke me to train until I've given every single last drop of effort and they ensure that as long as I am still breathing, I will keep on working to prove myself. For the past five years, I've been putting my all into proving that I'm one of the greatest to ever do this, one of the greatest to ever grace BPZ, one of the greatest to ever step inside the squared circle, and I will assuredly claim that I've done exceptionally well in achieving my goal. With a fortune of gold to my legacy, with multiple championship records to my name, with a ring around my finger that certifies myself as part of the foundation that this company is built on, I have no shame of vanity in claiming that I am one of the best to ever do this. Yet, when I have a match coming up, I seem to let go of this bliss, I seem to forget my triumphs and ignore the praises they sing. When I look across the ring and see my opponent, another man more than ready to tear me apart piece by piece so that he can reach his goals, so that he can relish in the success just as I have, none of the past matters anymore and my mind resets to that default mode, those natural instincts of kill or be killed. When I step foot inside the ring, all of the doubts are buried beneath the sleepless hours I've put into preparing for my bouts and I know that I'm not stepping back out of that ring without being carried on someone's shoulders or pushed along in a stretcher because when I step foot inside the ring, I don't just do it for myself, I do it for my brothers, I do it for my family, I do it for the fans and I do it for this company. As one would expect, the challengers budding to get their hands on our gold are letting it be known that they are what's right for the tag team division, that they want what's best for tag team wrestling but don't be mistaken. What's best for BPZ's tag team division is the duo that currently goes by the title of BPZ Tag Team Champions of the world. Immediately after winning this gold, we utilised our power as champions and we pushed for the Clapspiracy Invitational to be brought back because we were fed up of what should be the most exciting division in the company being underappreciated and mistreated. What came of it? Well, to end the decade of the 2010s, to end the monumental year of 2019, tag team wrestling was the last flavor left on the tongue of the BPZ Universe and as we now enter this new decade, the most anticipated match in all of wrestling right now is for the BPZ Tag Team Championships. At Night Of Legends, Creed, I and Bart, we prove that the name bestowed upon the pairing of Arius and Kenji is flawed, we prove that Invictus is not unconquerable and we prove that we are the best tag team in the entire world. With a cheeky grin spread across his face and his championship still draped over his shoulder, Eli Smith winks into the camera, presumably directed at his upcoming challengers, Arius and KENJI, before the segment then comes to an end.
  22. For me, it’s got to be Natedog. Every time I talk to him I know I’m going to be laughing.

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