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  1. This is honestly a great question with the amount of talent in todays wrestling scene. Here's my picks: 1. Roman Reigns Roman is easily one of the most recognizable faces in wrestling today. He will sell me mad merchandise, and be the face of my company for the next decade. Easy choice there for me. 2. Will Ospreay This is where I veer off the typical path for most. Ospreay honestly has a claim to best wrestler in the world today. He will come in and be the man who will put on the instant classic against anyone 3. Seth Rollins You thought I'd pass on him with Ospreay on my roster? The feud there would be top notch. Plus, I need an undisputed top heel on my brand. Rollins steps in and is immediately that guy. 4. MJF Gotta have the young prospect. MJF is the full package. The kid is gold on the mic, he's good in ring, and he doesn't give a damn what you think. He reminds me of a young Jericho on the Microphone. He will carry my company for years to come. 5. The Revival How else to start a tag division then with the top guys? These guys can and will carry my tag division for years to come. Plus, getting the opportunity down the road to bring The Young Bucks in will allow everyone's internet dream feud to commence
  2. Taker vs HHH. End of an Era was a story told that no match in 2012 could match, and HBK being special guest referee just put the icing on the cake
  3. It's 100% CM Punk vs John Cena
  4. Wednesday, Week 3, February 2020 Location: Greenwood Civic Center (Mid Atlantic) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We are taken to a press conference that occurred earlier this week in Tokyo, Japan. It is there that Cormier, Meij, and Alonso announce in 3 weeks time we will see ROH vs NJPW vs CMLL in Global Wars. RATING: 91 A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a short match, "Filthy" Tom Lawlor defeated Shannon More in 4:36 by Submission with a Guillotine Choke RATING: 40 D- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We cut to FTR who are at a Mechanic Shop getting their car worked on. They're discussing how when they stopped for food at a Local Wendy's, The Hart Dynasty cut the breaks on their rental car to ensure they did not make it to the arena tonight for their #1 contenders match. However, they promise they will make it next week, and will go on to win the ROH World Tag Titles. RATING: 53 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Brodie Lee is giving an interview about his ROH Television Title victory this past Saturday at the Anniversary show. Lee says that the match was easy work becasue Hart is no match for him, and to watch him go out there and dominate Flip Gordon right now. RATING: 75 B- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a competitive match, Brodie Lee defeats Flip Gordon in 12:43 after using a pair of Brass Knuckles to secure the win. RATING: 66 C+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It is hyped that Jon Moxley will be here LIVE next week to talk about his reinstatement to ROH. RATING: 88 B+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We are cut back to Jay Lethal's anger management classes. After flipping the teacher onto his back last week, Jay Lethal has his hands handcuffed to his chair to prevent any mishaps from last week. They begin working on breathing techniques, which Lethal uses to direct his anger toward breaking the legs of the chair. Lethal then bolts towards the exit where he's met by the counselor. Lethal nails him with a Lethal Injection as he runs out of the room. RATING: 72 B- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a fairly one sided match, Paige Knight defeated Ashley Vox in 8:57 by Pinfall with a Paige turner RATING: 56 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- After the match, Paige grabs a Microphone and says she has no hard feelings for Tenille, but she has something she wants... That's the ROH Women's of Honor Championship. She issues a challenge to Tenille for Global Wars for the ROH Women's of Honor championship. RATING: 75 B- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a competitive match, Austin Aries defeated Marty Scurll in 18:32 by Pinfall with a BrainBuster RATING: 80 B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Returning from commercial break, Fergal Devitt has setup the ring for his celebration that will be Too Sweet Championship celebration. Devitt pops the champagne and calls for the Mariachi Band to join him in the ring. They begin playing their jig, and he begins dancing around. Until, he is smashed over the head with one of their guitars! The band member pulls off his hat and it's revealed to be Austin Aries! Aries stands over the top of Devitt with the broken Guitar in hand saying he will get his title back. RATING: 92 A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOW RATING: 82 B
  5. - World Heavyweight Championship Steel Cage match Seth Rollins (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler - United States Championship match Sami Zayn (c) vs. Chris Jericho w/ Kevin Owens - RAW Women's Championship match Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair - No Disqualification match Cesaro vs. Sheamus Randy Orton vs. Rusev - RAW Tag Team Championships match The Dudley Boyz (c) vs. Enzo & Big Cass vs. Breezango Bonus Questions One of the matches will end via disqualification, which match is it? Randy vs Rusev Two wrestlers will get an 89 individual performance, can you name them both? Cesaro and Randy Orton
  6. Full Match Card Tag Team Title Match: Steenerico vs Young Bucks Singles Match: Sweet Papi Sanchez vs Kenny Omega Falls Count Anywhere Match: AJ Styles vs R-Truth Womens Title Match: Candice La Rae vs Maryse Singles Match: The Rock vs Yujiro Singles Match: Rowan vs Walter World Title Match: Edge vs Bobby Lashley
  7. WWF Championship Match: Hulk Hogan vs Stone Cold Steve Austin World Heavyweight Championship Match: Triple H vs The Rock Hell In a Cell Match: Goldberg vs The Undertaker WWF Intercontinental Championship: Ric Flair vs Kurt Angle The Outsiders vs Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit Kane vs Sting WWF European Championship Match: DDP vs Eddie Guerrero WWF United States Championship Match: Booker T vs Edge WWF Tag Team Championship Tables Match: Dudley Boys vs Hardy Boyz WWF LHWC/ WCW CW Championship Match: Rey Mysterio vs X-Pac Texas Bull Rope Match: Scott Steiner vs The Big Show
  8. bubbajr_

    Raw's Prime?

    The Prime was definitely Attitude Era. My favorite period is 05-09 time frame
  9. WWE August 2018 So, I was looking through some of my saves I had on my PC, and started going through some of my old saves. And, I stumbled upon this save I did with a buddy of mine. Essentially what we did was he booked Raw, and I booked SmackDown. We'd book our shows, then send the save to one an other. We got about a year and a half in before we called it quits on the save. Here is our shows. People we pushed: Chad Gable: Man, I don't even know where to begin with this man. When we were drafting out rosters, he was one man I knew I wanted. Gable is a great wrestler in real life, so I wanted him on my roster. I almost immediately put the US title on Gable. I knew I wanted to get the title on a workhorse who could carry the division, and that he did. He went out week after week and out on classics with his US open challenges. He eventually dropped that as I knew this man belonged in the world title scene. Over the following months he could feel the title in his grasps. At the Royal Rumble, Last man eliminated. Over the next few months, he got involved back in the US title scene. Until Hell In a Cell. At Hell in a Cell he would get his break against World Champion Drew McIntyre... And he would win! But, via count out. Over the month after that he kept putting classic after classic on until he got his rematch... And this time, the gold was his. At No Mercy (last PPV booked) Gable captured the World title. Bray Wyatt: My buddy is a HUGE Bray Wyatt fan, so it is no shock he booked him so strongly. I never booked Bray, so I can't really describe what he was doing with him like I did Gable, but he did give Wyatt an IC Title reign, and Wyatt ended off in the 90's. Drew McIntyre: Another one I did. I knew from the beginning I wanted Drew to be a star, and boy did I pull this off. Drew was the man I put MITB on. I knew I wanted a no nonsense guy to win the briefcase, and that's exactly what happened. It took Drew about 3 months to cash in when he cashed in at Summer Rage (Our replacement for MITB as we moved that back to Mania) on Kevin Owens. From there he would have a nice 4 month reign before Gable began his reign. Samoa Joe: Shocker. Joe got a monster push. My buddy had him the entire save, and he did great with him. Joe peaked at A* star during the summer before driopping back down to 93-94 rated pop going into RR and Survivor Series. Notable Signings: Kenny Omega: This happened at the height of Omega's pop in Japan. He came over, and is currently toting the IC title. The Young Bucks: Brought in to feud with The Revival because who doesn't want a Revival vs Bucks feud. They never got their turn with the SD Tag Straps sadly. Title History: Raw Tag Titles: The Heyman Guys (Brian Cage & Trevor Murdoch) Raw Women's title: Current: Ronda Rousey Intercontinental Championship: Current: Kenny Omega WWE Championship: Current: Samoa Joe SmackDown Tag Titles Current: Authors of Pain SmackDown Women's title Current: Becky Lynch WWE United States Championship Current: Cody Rhodes World Heavyweight Championship Current: Chad Gable Other Accolades Men's MITB Drew McIntyre Women's MITB Ronda Rousey Royal Rumble Braun Strowman Best PPV WrestleMania 34 (100 A*)
  10. - WWE Championship match AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. John Cena vs. Roman Reigns Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton - World Heavyweight Championship match Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins - SmackDown Tag Team Championships match ??? vs. The New Day vs. Prime Time Players - RAW Women's Championship match Bayley vs. Natalya Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Bálor - United States Championship match Kevin Owens vs. Rusev vs. Sami Zayn vs. Zack Ryder - SmackDown Women's Championship match Becky Lynch vs. Paige - RAW Tag Team Championships Tables match Enzo & Big Cass vs. The Dudley Boyz - WWE Intercontinental Championship match Adrian Neville vs. Apollo Crews vs. The Miz Cesaro vs. Sheamus Bonus Questions Which match will score the highest rating on the card? Brock vs Randall The SmackDown Tag Team Championships match will change throughout the show, who are ??? (One point per each correctly guessed wrestler) The Revival is the only guess I have    Despite his ban, will Chris Jericho interfere in a match on the SummerSlam card? 100%
  11. Saturday, Week 2, February 2020 Location: Blue Cross Arena (Tri State) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The camera pans over to the broadcast booth which has added a new member, Nigel McGuinness. Mike Tenay and Eric Bischoff welcome Nigel to the booth. They then cut straight to business and start running down the card. They mention the major matches of the night including FTR vs The Briscoes, The Hart Foundation vs The Motor City Machine Guns, and Fergal Devitt vs Austin Aries. They also mention the meeting we will see tonight between Moxley, Cormier, and the ROH Board of Directors. They send it over to the ring announcer as we have Brodie Lee vs Teddy Hart to kick the show off. RATING: 65 C ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Brodie Lee defeated Teddy Hart in 17:28 by pinfall with a Piledriver. Brodie Lee wins the ROH World Television title. RATING: 71 C+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get a video from earlier in the day when Daniel Cormier is seen arriving at ROH Headquarters for the metting with the ROH Board of Directors to determine the future of Jon Moxley. RATING: 89 A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tom Lawlor is seen standing in the ring awaiting an answer to his challenge he made this last week on ROH TV. It seems no one is going to answer the challenge. The referee begins his count, and as he hits 5, the familiar music of Rush hits. Tom Lawlor vs Rush will take place next. RATING: 50 D+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a decent match, "Filthy" Tom Lawlor defeated Rush in 15:01 by submission with a Guillotine Choke. RATING: 57 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a decent match, The Hart Dynasty II defeated Motor City Machine Guns in 15:38 when Davey Boy Smith Jr. defeated Chris Sabin by pinfall with a Running Powerslam. The Hart Dynasty II make defence number 4 of their ROH World Tag Team titles. RATING: 68 C+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We hear another clip of Tenille talking with an unknown voice on the phone. Saying she can't wait for the group to become Iconic. RATING: 63 C ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Tenille Dashwood defeated Maya Yukihi and Mayu Iwatani in 13:31 when Tenille Dashwood defeated Maya Yukihi by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage. During the match we also had Paige run in and attack Mayu Iwatani. Tenille Dashwood makes defence number 7 of her ROH Women of Honor title. RATING: 58 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The crowd is in utter shock as Paige Knight was not the person who they expected to save Tenille tonight. We see Paige smile and go hug Tenille. They begin celebrating in the ring when Paige flips Tenille around and nails her with a Paige Turner! Paige has just back-stabbed Tenille Dashwood. Paige crouches down next to Tenille, picks up the Women of Honor championship and tells Tenille this is her house now. RATING: 54 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get a hype video highlighting the beginnings of this rivalry which began back at Final Battle when FTR made their debut by attacking The Briscoes & The Hart Foundation. We then get reminder of the constant brawls we saw over the last few weeks culminating in the arrest of FTR & The Briscoes. Which one of these teams will walk out on top tonight of what will sure be a blood bath? RATING: 58 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, FTR defeated The Briscoes in 23:16 when Wilder defeated Mark Briscoe by pinfall with a Shatter Machine. RATING: 75 B- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We see Daniel Cormier standing before the Board of Directors who have just finished hearing him and Jon Moxley who is their via satellite. After hours of deliberation they have come to a decision... Jon Moxley will be re-instated to Ring of Honor and eligible to compete immediately. RATING: 91 A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We see both Fergal Devitt and Austin Aries walking to the ring as a tale of the tape goes over the screen. The announcers give off their predictions of who they believe will win. The referee informs us there is a 30 minute time limit on this bout, and shall the bout go the full time limit, the referee will call a time limit draw. The ref rings the bell and the match is underway. RATING: 89 A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In an exceptional match, Fergal Devitt defeated Austin Aries in 27:30 by submission with a Fujiwara Armbar. Fergal Devitt wins the ROH World title. RATING: 83 B+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOW RATING: 82 B
  12. My top 2 have already been mentioned (John Cena in 08 and Edge in 2010). So, my next one would probably be Diesel's return in the 2011 rumble. Just for Men came in handy to get rid of all his gray hair
  13. Wednesday, February Week 2 2020 Location: Erie Insurance Arena (Tri State) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get a video of The Hart Foundation walking through the hotel lobby. It is noticeable Brian Pillman Jr is on crutches. Teddy Hart announces that at the Anniversary Show this Sunday he will be taking Pillman Jr's place in the Tag Team match this Saturday. RATING: 68 C+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tom Lawlor is in the ring. He is finally back in Ring of Honor after a 7 month layoff. He says he is itching for a fight, and issues an open challenge for anyone in the back tonight. RATING: 42 D ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, "Filthy" Tom Lawlor defeated Afa Anoa'i, Jr. in 8:50 by submission with a Guillotine Choke. RATING: 39 D- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tom Lawlor grabs a microphone after his match, and issues an open challenge for this Saturdays Anniversary Show RATING: 43 D ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We see Jay Lethal stroll into his first Anger Management, clearly not happy about being there. He takes his seat, and the therapist goes around the room asking everyone why they are here. When he gets to Lethal, he just sits there in silence. The therapist gets up and places his hand on Lethal's shoulder and says he is here to help. Lethal looks over at the hand, and flips the therapist over onto his back. Lethal then storms out of the room while the therapist is seen nursing his now hurting back. RATING: 83 B+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Mayu Iwatani defeated Thunder Rosa in 13:52 by pinfall with a Diving Double Foot Stomp. RATING: 54 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get a hype package highlighting the fact this Sunday we will see Tenille Dashwood take on Mayu Iwatani and Maya Yukihi. And, if Jessie McKay gets involved Tenille will be STRIPPED of her title. RATING: 56 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get a feed showing The Briscoes drinking so beer at their trailer park discussing how badly they're going to beat FTR this Saturday. When, out of nowhere they are blindsided by Dawson and Wilder. They start brawling all over the trailer park causing damage to multiple civilians trailers. Theya re eventually pulled apart and arrested by officers. RATING: 53 C- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The announcers remind us that This Saturday, Daniel Cormier and Jon Moxley will meet with ROH Officials to determine the future of Jon Moxley here in ROH RATING: 89 A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a decent match, Brodie Lee defeated Jeff Cobb in 15:49 by pinfall with a Piledriver. RATING: 59 C ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Cormier makes his way out onto the ramp and announces that at 18th Anniversary show, we will see Teddy Hart pull double duty when he defends his TV Title against Brodie Lee. RATING: 82 B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOW RATING: 72 B-
  14. Wednesday, February Week 1, 2020 Location: CO Butler-Hancock Pavilion (Mid South) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We kick off ROH TV where Daniel Cormier announces that after the last months worth of attacks, ROH has enrolled Jay Lethal in Anger Management classes. Cormier says he will not return to the show until the doctors clear Jay Lethal. RATING: 89 A -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Motor City Machine Guns defeated The Dudley Boys in 13:24 when Alex Shelley defeated Terrence Dudley by submission with a Border City Stretch. RATING: 53 C- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get the hype video highlighting the ROH World Tag Team Champions, The New Hart Dynasty, and the Tag Wars champions, The Motor City Machine Guns. We will see them do battle at the ROH Anniversary Show. RATING: 58 C- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Backstage, we find Tenille Dashwood. We overhear a phone conversation where she tells the person she will see them in 2 weeks, and finally the group will be... Iconic.... Rating: 56 C- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Mayu Iwatani defeated Ashley Vox in 11:38 by pinfall with a Dragon Suplex. Rating: 52 D+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We get a vignette of FTR working out in a gym. We see them practicing their tag team moves and preparing to fight The Briscoes at the ROH Anniversary Show. We end the segment by them turning to the camera and uttering 3 words. "F**k The Briscoes" RATING: 51 D+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We see Brodie Lee walking to the ring. He will be making his ROH TV Debut up next. Rating: 51 D+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In a decent match, Brodie Lee defeated Rush in 18:21 by pinfall with a Piledriver. Rating: 69 C+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The commentary crew scrambles as they are informed there is an altercation happening backstage. When we get Camera crews back there, we find Devitt & Aries brawling in the locker room. The brawl is in a dead lock until Aries hits Devitt over the head with his World Title. We then see Aries lock The Last Chancery in until the show fades to black. Rating: 83 B+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOW RATING: 74 B-
  15. Rated RKO is easily my all time favorite mashup. Also really liked the Jeri-Show mashup

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