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  1. Hello everyone, and welcome to BPZ Commentaries. My name is Gekyume Sins, the long lost son of XXXTentacion and Johnny Sins. Ladies and gentlemen, I have been saved. My good friend and fellow employee Fanny McFee has relieved me of a few of my duties, and for that I am extremely grateful. BUT THE GRIND NEVER STOPS. I'm back, and I need to cover a very, very important topic. The PowerTrip Cup. I have already gone over the Carnage side of the event, but now I feel it is only appropriate to discuss the Valor side of it. So BPZ put me in a big pickle by having the first round matches less than a week after the brackets were announced, so now I already know the results. But I'd never deny you all of good content, so I'll book the PowerTrip Cup in the way I would, from start to finish. Booking the PowerTrip Cup: Valor Edition Round 1 Gunner vs Sameer Congratulations BPZ, we actually agree on something. While I believe that this match wasn't a great idea considering they have one just a week later, I think Sameer getting the victory here was the right choice. While I believe Gunner will capture the BPZ Intercontinental Championship at BPZ Mayhem, this victory served as a bit of cushion for Sameer. It gave him the credibility he needed to establish that he can beat this man, and that at Mayhem BPZ can go with the old "it was a fluke" thing, something that would suit Sameer well (I'd like to see this man turn heel, he's very good at it). I'd also like to see Sameer make a pretty good run in this tournament, something that would make him seem really strong before taking a loss at BPZ Mayhem. Yelich vs Maestro Alright look. I absolutely love Yelich's gimmick right now and think it perhaps the best thing going on in BPZ right now, but given that, his excellence with his gimmick contrasts with Mae's return. I think BPZ booked themselves into a bit of a corner with a few of these matches on the Valor side. I think Yelich and Mae are both deserving to go on to the second round, but now they are set to go against each other. In my mind, Mae's return has been a pretty big deal so far, especially given how excellent he has been since then. Yelich's gimmick doesn't seem to be going anywhere, and if it does someone in BPZ's management is getting hurt. Mae's heat from his return is sure to die down after a first round loss, and I don't think that neither he or BPZ could afford that. Addy vs Bob Sparks Out of all the first round matches, I think this is the one that is most given. Thank you for recognizing that BPZ, and I hope you continue to make easy decisions like this. If there was any doubt that Bob Sparks would lose this match, the person who was doubting is a lunatic. It's not secret that Addy has been great since debuting in BPZ, recently picking up a pretty decent victory against both Jack Oxley and Kirk Kelly, but Bob's momentum is something else right now. Defeating Yelich has been very good for him, and he's definitely going to be a huge star in the future, so why not start now, in the tournament that he succeeded in last year? Addy's future is also very, very bright, but I definitely think pulling the trigger on him can wait, while Bob's push needs to come sooner rather than later. Mikey vs Brad MY GUY! Yessir, my boy Mikey getting his first round victory only seems right to me. He's been stringing together a few victories in a row lately, first a win over Alex Costa, then capturing the BPZ United States Championship before topping off his current run with victories over Gunner and Brad. While I thought Brad's work against Sameer was some of the best currently in the company and best we've seen from him in months. But I've heard that Brad would like to take a bit of a break after his PowerTrip Cup run, and I would hate for it to be delayed (I'm trying to think of reasons here people). But anyway, I think that Mikey's streak of victory needs to last a little bit longer, and a victory over Brad was certainly the right call in my COMPLETELY unbiased opinion. Quarter-Finals Sameer vs Maestro Now THIS is a match that I would love to see in action. I'm not too familiar with the past of BPZ, but my guess is these two have a bit of history together based on Sameer's first promo against his real opponent in Yelich. And given how good both of these men have been in recent times, I would hardly be surprised if this was one of the best matches of the entire tournament. As for the winner, I'd choose Sameer, just to give him that extra cushion to fall on if he loses at Mayhem. Picking up a victory and a loss on the same night is pretty neutral in my opinion considering he already beat Gunner and Mae is coming off a red hot return. And not only that, but it puts Sameer in a great position for the semi-finals of the tournament against the winner of Bob Sparks vs Mikey. Bob Sparks vs Mikey So you know what I was saying about keeping Mikey's winning streak alive? Throw that shit out of the window cause he's got to face Bob Sparks in the quarter-finals of the tournament. But given that I think Bob will win, this is match completely up to interpretation. I was saying Bob beating Addy was an easy choice, but him beating Mikey is not one in my completely 100% unbiased opinion. So if you think Mikey should win, that's fine, but your opinion is wrong. Bob is a guy that thrives in these kinds of tournaments. After getting past the second round last year to face Isaiah Carter (then known as BiC) in the semi-finals, it became clear he's a tournament guy. "Bracket Buster" is a very appropriate nickname for him, and I think he'll continue to do that when he faces Sameer in the Valor finals of the PowerTrip Cup. Semi-Finals Sameer vs Bob Sparks Out of all my decisions so far, this is probably the most difficult one to make. I may love Mikey's work and Yelich's gimmick, but this is simply on another level of hard to decide. There are a lot of outcomes that could come out based on the victor of this match, but I think Bob Sparks taking the cake for the Valor side of the bracket is the best choice, and let me explain why. Now this is all theoretical booking from me, but I think that Sameer losing this match could spring a heel turn for him. The bitterness of losing, resentment, and whatever else eventually boiling up and him having enough, exploding into an absolute heel and going on a tear, challenging for the BPZ Undisputed Championship or BPZ World Heavyweight Championship after picking up some victories after this loss. And of course, let's not forget about Bob's own reign of terror that would continue with this win, putting him in a good spot to be a potential winner of the entire tournament, and in my opinion someone who would be a very good winner. Finals Nebakos vs Bob Sparks Look at that, big man on campus right there. This is yet another difficult decision to make, as I don't know what I'd rather see - Jeremiah Flynn vs Nebakos or Hans Clayton vs Bob Sparks. Both feuds practically write themselves and have my eyes glazing over just thinking about them, but of course only one them can be a reality (or both if the losing brand decides to be a little bit fancy). But out of the two, I think Flynn vs Nebakos would be an absolute money maker and a banger of a feud. We all know that both guys are at the top of their game currently, and that Nebakos still has a lot to prove in the GOAT conversation while Flynn is looking to cement himself as the GOAT. A victory for either of the men would be monumental and reasonable, and that's a feud that I would be left wondering about all the time. Either man has a great case to win, and it wouldn't matter who won because they could both run their brand as top dogs (not saying that Hans and Bob can't though). I feel like Nebakos' current run has generated him just as much if not more momentum than Bob, and a victory over the only other man who can match his momentum and going on to challenge yet another roadblock with a lot of momentum just seems like the right booking decision in my eyes. But again, if BPZ decides to go down the other route, I can't blame them. Yikes, my fingers are starting to hurt a little bit after typing that last one. As for the main focus of the segment, the Valor side of the PowerTrip Cup, it's anyone's game even more so than Carnage's side. Every single star in that bracket has a genuine chance to make something big happen (or had at least), and I'm very glad my colleague Fanny McFee decided to go over why. Best of luck to the remaining stars, and let's see if some of my predictions can come true. As always, this has been Gekyume Sins from BPZ Commentaries, and I hope you enjoyed my little bit. Until next time, Gekyume out.
  2. Mikey

    Victory Over Lust

    As the Valor broadcast returns to programming, the camera fades in to an all too familiar sight. It is Mikey's office, and as per usual he sitting behind the desk in a leather chair, just days after his victory against Brad in the first round of the PowerTrip Cup. He is wearing his usual attire, a blue suit and a fancy tie with his BPZ United States Championship positioned next to him. The camera slowly moves forward, not wanting to disturb Mikey as he is leaning forward in his chair, intently watching something on the monitor in front of him. Eventually, the cameraman clears his throat, getting the attention of Mikey. He turns and looks at the camera, the irate look on his face turning into one of understanding quickly. He pauses what he was watching and rolls up his sleeves before addressing the audience. I have just witnessed something that I will never be able to clear from my mind. Earlier tonight, Bob Sparks created a catastrophe that should never have been aired on national television. You know Bob, for a guy who cares about his young fan base, you made some questionable decisions. Frankly, I don't know why you did what you did, but how about I just leave that alone and pursue more important matters? Bob, I witnessed your matches against both Yelich and Addy. Domination is a word that can sum those two encounters as much as it pains me to say it. The owner of a brand the Inner Cirlce is affiliated with and one of my Inner Circle brethren himself. But because those two men are so high profile, it just makes your victory all the more impressive. But you know what else was impressive? When I came back after that hellish prank from Brad, mind as clear as day and came away with a huge victory. A victory that was like mine over Alex Costa and Gunner. A victory that simply builds the story of my rise to greatness, a story you know all to well, Bob Sparks. Mikey now rises from his chair and starts to walk around his desk, running him hand across his championship as he does so. You see Bob, this all began just under a year ago, at BPZ King of the Ring. That night was my last chance to capture the BPZ NXT Championship, and I knew that as well as you did. In times before, we had competed in a match just like that one. As a matter of fact, you came out victorious in one of those encounters, and I give you props for that. But from that day on, you have never been able to get the upperhand on me. When I eliminated you to capture that championship, euphoria is the only thing that rushed through my body. Knowing that I beat the big man who was thought to be unbeatable. The same guy who defeated Necce in one of his first matches in the company. Crazy to think about then, but now it seems reasonable, even expected. You see Bob, while you've been lounging around this company, flaunting your wife for all to see and taking a few matches every now and again, I've been improving myself every single day. Striving to be a better man, a winner. And it's clear to see that my efforts have been successful. I've been on a streak of victory lately, one that I don't plan to end any time soon. I'll be damned if a man named Bob Sparks is the one to snap it. And you really think you'll be the one to do it, don't you? Claiming that I'm a pawn in the Inner Circle, a third wheel as you said. You'd know a lot about that, wouldn't you? Exactly what did you accomplish as part of the Firing Squad? Absolutely nothing. Alex and I were the ones who took all the matches and worked every show. And while I can't say I like that guy now, I have respect for him for being the one to do that alongside me. You were simply thrown into the mix, not given a damn about. And now look how you turned out. A guy who thinks making jokes in his promos are going to intimidate me. A guy who can only use his size to try and scare me because he has nothing else. Honestly, coming from a blind man like you, I expect no more than that. It's true that Slim and Amai were the ones to face Creed for their championships and not me. But don't get the script twisted, it was supposed to be, it should've been me. But in the end, it wasn't Slim's decision, it wasn't Amai's and it certainly wasn't mine. Creed demanded that I not partake in the match for some unknown reason, but we all know why. They were afraid of what I could do to them, that I would actually end up being the one to defeat alongside one of the greatest of all time. You should take notes Bob and be afraid much like them. Or maybe you think I'm so weak in the Inner Circle because I have to use my friends to get victories for me. That's nothing new, believe me. You're not the first one to say it, and you certainly won't be the last. I'll say what I said back in Bulletproof and what I will continue to say as long as these criticisms exist: how could you be so stupid? I won the BPZ United States Championship, crushed Gunner, and defeated Brad without the aid of my members. Certainly a man who always needs help from his wife would be able to see that, right? Well, apparently not. All of my accolades, accomplishments, victories, they have been because I carved that path, not the men who stand at my side. Mikey closes his eyes and takes a deep breath after finishing as he finally reaches the opposite side of his desk, where he leans back on it and crosses his legs in front of him, putting his weight down on his arms. He reaches back and grabs his championship from its perch and saddles it on his shoulder, taking a good long look at it. You know Bob, I'm partially concerned for your mental health, truly. Thinking that I, the man who defeated Alex Costa and Gunner, will lose to Sheridan. All of your "sus" jokes aside, I know you mean what you said. Double the punishment, double the damage, double the trouble...interesting. How about I flip the script? On the night of Mayhem, rather than receiving all of that, I do the contrary and deal it out. You need to think like a sane man, Bob. You need to realize that I am a winner, not a loser. Perhaps your lust has captured your attention and taken it away from the one thing that matters: victory. Only a lesser man than myself would think that, and that's exactly what you are, Bob. A lesser man than me. Mikey finally pushes himself off his desk and stands upright, almost posing for the camera. Get a good look, ladies and gentlemen. This right here is what you should strive to be. A man, a champion. A winner. This is the path that you should pursue in life, not a path that leads you to a man like Bob who is controlled by someone else, his wife. So Bob's man Gary or any of the other kids watching, take notes. I will be the one show you what it means to be great, not that sorry excuse for a wrestler Bob. With that, Mikey turns around on his heel and looks out of the large window on his wall, taking in the vast city laid out before him as the camera fades back to the Valor arena.
  3. Valor Matches Brad vs Addy and Amai Maestro vs Arius Mikey vs Bob Hans vs The AntiChrist - Street Fight Slim vs Tamer - Winner gets an Undisputed Championship shot Carnage Matches Bailey Open Challenge: Bailey vs ??? Echo vs Raven KENJI vs Buddy Ace Broken Nate vs Nebakos Flynn vs Jason Ryan - NO DQ, BPZ Universal Champion
  4. The Prelude Mark Henry vs. James Ellsworth Main Show The Bar (Cesaro & Sheamus) vs. Sami Zayn & Apollo Crews Becky Lynch vs. Alexa Bliss SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Usos(c) vs. American Alpha vs. Grizzled Young Vets SmackDown Women's Championship: Sasha Banks(c) vs. Naomi Intercontinental Championship: Neville(c) vs. Dolph Ziggler WWE Championship Match: Bray Wyatt(c) vs. Luke Harper (Wyatt Family Compound) Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Roman Reigns Bonus Questions Two newly signed SmackDown wrestlers will make their debut tonight. Who are they? (1pt each) ZSJ and Walter A double turn will happen in one of the matches tonight. Which is it? (2pt) Neville/Ziggler Which team will lose the fall in the triple threat tag team match? Grizzled Young Vets
  5. As the broadcast of Valor returns from commercial, the camera slowly fades in to show a backstage scene. Standing nearby is Mikey, who is stretching out with a band ahead of his appearance later tonight. His BPZ United States Championship is splayed out on the crate next to him, and he is dressed in his ring gear ready for some action. All of a sudden, Mikey pauses his stretching, slowly letting the band fall down to the ground. His eyes narrow and a smile creeps on his face. He eventually drops the band and scoops up his championship as the figure of Brad. Brad walks right up to Mikey and stares him right in the eye as Mikey coolly looks back. Mikey is the first to speak. Can I help you? Brad pauses for a moment, his eyes not wavering from Mikey's gaze. He takes a breath in and opens his mouth, but Mikey nails him right in the face with his championship! Brad crumples to the ground, grabbing at his forehead as he groans in agony. Mikey straps his championship around his waist, looking down at the fallen Brad. What did you think was going to happen? I'm not sure what you were intending with that, perhaps you just wanted to have a bit of tea time with me before our match, but I can't risk that. You should know as well as anyone that victory is important, Brad. After all, a few victories every now and again is the only reason you're still here. If not for BPZ throwing you a guy like Maasa every couple of months, you'd be long, long gone. You know what? Valor can survive without us for the night, don't you think? Let's go on a little trip. Mikey continues his assault on Brad with a kick to the gut before picking him back up to his feet. Mikey grabs his by the back of his head, pushing him along with him. Mikey eventually spins around, using the momentum to throw Brad right against a case where a fire extinguisher is placed. The impact shatters the glass, allowing Mikey to take the extinguisher. You know what, Brad? I've been a little bit harsh to you. I don't want you to get the wrong impression of me, I'm a nice guy, truly. I respect you and everything you've done. Years upon years of competing with the best in the business, over and over again. For what it's worth, you made them look excellent. Look at them now, guys who carried this industry on their backs, guys like Flynn, Slim, Bailey. The all got to where they are thanks to you making the sacrifice. So I come to you humbly Brad, peaceful as possibly, and ask you to do the same for me. Before Brad can even muster up a response, Mikey sprays the fire extinguisher on him, causing him to move back farther and farther to get away from the gas. Mikey eventually tosses the extinguisher aside, giving Brad a moment to get back on his feet. Mikey walks over to him, but Brad catches him with a straight right hand to the jaw. Mikey's head turns but not much else. He touches the spot where Brad hit him and smiles. That's a hell of a punch you got there, old man. Too bad it never led to anything great. Mikey moves quickly, hitting Brad in the gut with a kick and driving him headfirst to the ground with a DDT. Ohhh, that felt good. I told you I'm a nice guy, Brad. I've left your shot arm alone. I can't speak for the actions of Addy, but from what I've seen so far, I can't blame him for taking the shot. Anything to finally shut your ass up is welcome, but it's too bad you're one tough bastard, aren't you? Taking a shot to the arm and competing in two matches within a week of each other. See, it's that kind of mentality that has ruined you, the reason you're still here. You don't know when to quit. I'm sure you've had your chances. After losing to KENJI, an old guy like you would surely like to take time off to heal his wounds, maybe call it quits after a lengthy career. But no, you came back just a month later, back for more. It'll eventually catch up to you. All the years of torture, the hard bumps, the gun shots to the arm, it all will come back to bite you in the ass. I'm trying to save you, Brad. You know I can't beat you without taking you through hell. I don't want to do that to a man like you. I want a man who's given everything to this business, even if it hasn't resulted in much, to go out in peace and live his life happily. It's just my duty to beat you, Brad. I'm sorry, but there's not much else I can do. Mikey finally picks Brad back up and pushes him, leading him to the exit of the arena. After they are in the clearing, it is clear what's happening. Mikey's car is parked nearby, the camera zooming in on it. I've been reflecting on what I said a few days ago, about this being personal. Perhaps I was wrong. I didn't have a choice to face you, and vice versa. At the end of the day, we're all just trying to win, right? I can't blame you for that, and the same applies for what you did to me a year ago. But I will not deny that you tried to keep me down. And if I want you to live your life in peace after our match, I'll have to take other matters of revenge. Mikey socks Brad in the gut and pushes him over to the car, using his keys to open up the trunk. I think you can tell where this gonna go. Brad, this is my kind of revenge for you keeping me down. Last year and even now, you've tried to keep me in the trunk of this business. But now...now I get to return the favor. Luckily for you, it's a hatchback, so enjoy your time. With those last words, Mikey tosses the bruised, battered, and hardly conscious Brad into his trunk, pushing him in to make him fit. He shuts the trunk and lets out a sigh of relief, his business taken care of. For a moment he just looks at the trunk, swinging his keys around his finger, wondering what in the world he just did. (Reply Planned)
  6. Ilja Dragunov vs. Dave Mastiff #1 Contender's Match: Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Aleister Black vs. Tyler Bate vs. Trent Seven Mark Andrews vs. Joesph Conners United Kingdom Championship Match: Pete Dunne(c) vs. Travis Banks
  7. WrestleMania 29 VS WrestleMania 24 WrestleMania 30 VS WrestleMania 34 WrestleMania 6 VS WrestleMania 12 WrestleMania 18 VS WrestleMania 1 WrestleMania 14 VS WrestleMania 31 WrestleMania 10 VS WrestleMania 36 WrestleMania 25 VS WrestleMania 5 WrestleMania 26 VS WrestleMania 32 WrestleMania 23 VS WrestleMania 8 WrestleMania 21 VS WrestleMania 35 WrestleMania 22 VS WrestleMania 16 WrestleMania 3 VS WrestleMania 7 WrestleMania 19 VS WrestleMania 4 WrestleMania 33 VS WrestleMania 17 WrestleMania 20 VS WrestleMania 13 WrestleMania 28 VS WrestleMania 11
  8. UKCT Semifinal: Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Travis Banks UKCT Semifinal: Aleister Black vs. Tyler Bate WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne vs. Danny Burch Trent Seven & Jordan Devlin vs. Ilja Dragunov & Dave Mastiff UKCT Final: Zack Sabre Jr vs Aleister Black
  9. NXT Championship Steel Cage Match: Keith Lee(C) vs Pete Dunne NXT North American Championship Match: Damian Priest(C) vs Dominick Dijacovik NXT Women's Championship Match: Io Shirai(C) vs Mia Yim NXT Tag Team Championship Match: Street Profits(C) vs The Forgotten Sons NXT Cruiserweight Championship Match: KUSHIDA vs Murphy Karrion Kross vs The Velveteen Dream Matt Riddle vs Bo Dallas Rhea Ripley vs Candice LeRae
  10. February 30th, 2020 Sights Set To kick off the Carnage after BPZ Saint Valentine's Day Massacre and the one that begins the road to BPZ Mania, the victorious Arius comes out to a cheerful response. The Revenant makes his way down to the ring, an eerie feeling surrounding his entrance as the hands of the fans all reach out to him, trying to get a feel of his majestic robe. He enters the ring, microphone already in hand. Arius: Two nights ago was a night I hope none of you will forget any time soon. I was forced into that match by Slim, a psychotic maniac who has no boundaries and knows no limits. Not to mention that I did so in convincing fashion, cementing the thought of myself as victor in the minds of the fans for weeks to come. However, the image should last much, much longer. I have my doubts about facing Nebakos, a man who is a truly spectacular competitor like myself. He also experienced a similar sensation, the sensation of hard fought victory. He outlasted five other men in a steel chamber, and for that I can only give my applause. Nebakos, you have proven that you are one of the best, highly deserving of the championship you so proudly call your own and the main event spot at BPZ Mania V. But no one can compare to me, a force unlike any other in BPZ. Every single night, every time we step into that ring, I outshine you, Nebakos. You can train and prepare all you want, but you can't avoid fate. My sights are set on that BPZ World Heavyweight Championship, and no man will get in my way. With that, Arius' theme song plays, and The Revenant walks backstage, his message and intentions made crystal clear. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 1: FDS vs Austin Omega After Arius returns to the backstage area, FDS took on the up and coming Austin Omega. FDS was fresh off a win from two nights ago against the returning Tamer, and he looked to continue his hot streak against a younger, much more lively opponent. Omega lived up to the moniker, keeping the engine on full throttle the whole time, forcing FDS to stop him. FDS turned out to be pretty good at slowing things down, and before long he was able to put Omega away without much trouble. FDS defeated Austin Omega -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- A Man Deserving After a hard fought victory over Austin Omega, FDS grabbed a microphone from ringside, voicing some of his ambitions for the future. FDS: My hot streak has been progressing nicely as of late, and every man who has stepped up to face me has fallen. Whether it be a returning legend, a fellow Hall of Famer like Tamer or a new up and coming NXT star like Austin Omega, I refuse to fall. I will be victorious every single time, and nobody can take that away from me. I mean, I've already proven what I've said, and I would like to continue to do so. Bob Sparks. At BPZ Saint Valentine's Day Massacre, I saw you live up to the events name, demolishing Ropati to retain your championship. I respect what you did then, and I would love to get a taste of what the BPZ North American Champion has to offer at BPZ Mania V. So how about it, Bob? Me versus you, that shiny championship on the line the biggest stage in BPZ FDS lowers his microphone for a second, waiting for a response from the BPZ North American Champion. Sure enough, mere seconds later, the hellish siren of Bob's theme song blasts throughout the arena, and the audience erupts in a fit of boos. Bob comes out, championship around his waist and microphone in hand, ready to address the words of FDS. Bob Sparks: I must say, FD, you have some balls coming out here and saying everything that you did. But for a man that used to eat people, I should expect something a little crazy, shouldn't I? I personally don't understand why any man would dare challenge a force like me, but if you insist, I would love nothing more than to beat you to a pulp in front of the entire BPZ universe. I'll be seeing you, FD. Best of luck to you. Sparks lowers his microphone and raises his championship high in the air as the sound of sirens resumes, shouting some intelligible words at FDS, who just looks on with a icy cold look. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Phase One The screen fades away from the arena and the sirens drown out, leading to a much more calm, quiet place. Ross is standing by backstage in a dark room, one that has smoke swirling all around it. He has a gas mask on to protect him from the fumes, and his BPZ Intercontinental Championship is wrapped snugly around his shoulder. Ross: Damn, I look great with this championship around my shoulder. Two nights ago, when I won this championship, phase one of the Cure's plan was initiated. Although Gunner was not able to secure a championship of his own, that is hardly an issue. The gears are already turning, and the machine is beginning to operate. Soon enough, myself, Poidust, Aaron North, and Gunner will all control a championship in BPZ one way or another. Then and only then will we be able to help BPZ and cure it of all its wrongs. Corrupt wrestlers, undeserving challengers, and even fake friendships, it all will die. They will all be forced to convert or die out, and that is the only way BPZ can be saved. Be on the lookout everyone, we're not going anywhere any time soon. With those words, Ross takes a step back, allowing the camera to zoom out, revealing the remaining three Cure members by his side with gas masks of their own. And visible in the back is a group of around 10 people, all with gas masks of their own. Phase one has initiated. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 2: Prince vs Zombie In the second match of the night, the young star Prince took on the brand new BPZ Undisputed Champion Zombie. While Prince showed to have some excellent skills in his pocket, this match was largely one sided. Zombie's extremely unpredictable and violent style countered Prince's technical approach well, not allowing him to get any breathing room. While Prince was able to get a few shots in, Zombie dominated the match, putting it to rest in less than 10 minutes with ease. Zombie defeated Prince -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Enlighten Me After his victory over Prince, Zombie scoops him up and throws him straight out the ring, making for an ugly landing on the outside. He then retrieves a microphone and his championship from ringside before speaking. Zombie: I'll make this very short and sweet, but you all just saw what I did to that poor man Prince, and that is message to everyone in the locker room. If you mess with me, you're going to get hurt. If you try to take this precious championship away from me, you will suffer a fate that is in your worst nightmares. This is a public service announcement to you all: don't fuck with me. With that, Zombie drops the microphone in the ring and skips to the back, changing his personality completely in just minutes. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 3 (BPZ United States Championship): Dr X (c) vs Cody Cage After Zombie returns to the back, he is replaced by both the BPZ United States Championship Dr X and his scheduled opponent, Cody Cage. These two had a very old fashioned high flying yet good match, matching each others flashy maneuvers. Cage was exceptionally fun to watch, breaking all expectations people had and making a convincing case to beat Dr X. However, that was not the case and the champion was able to walk out of the match with his arms raised high in victory, securing a very impressive win over one of the best young wrestlers in the business and retaining his championship. Dr X defeated Cody Cage, retaining the BPZ United States Championship -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Main Event: Hans Clayton vs Echo Wilson In the main event of the show, Hans Clayton took on the former BPZ Intercontinental Champion in Echo Wilson. These two had a pretty interesting match, mixing a great deal of technical work and high flying spots together. Their styles nearly mirrored each others, and the crowd was behind both men in the closing minutes of the match. The deciding factor would actually be the BPZ Intercontinental Champion Ross who came down to the ring, perhaps to scout out new competition or check up on the man he beat two days ago. Nevertheless, the presence of the new BPZ Intercontinental Champion got in the head of Wilson, allowing Hans to counter his finisher into his own for the victory. Hans Clayton defeated Echo Wilson -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- New Blood After the conclusion of the match, Ross rolls into the ring and pops up, looking down at Echo Wilson and across the ring at the victorious Hans Clayton. He first helps Wilson back to his feet and pats him on the back, saying he put up a good fight. But mere seconds after, Ross nails him with his finisher and sends him out of the ring, leaving him all alone with Hans. His first action surprises Hans: an extension of the hand. Taken aback, Hans accepts the shake staring right into the eyes of Ross. But soon enough, Ross reels Hans in and nails him with another finisher, leaving Hans sprawled out on the ground. Ross picks his championship back up and reaches for a microphone from ringside. Ross: You'll do just fine, Hans Clayton. You are the new blood I need to challenge for my title. Welcome to the big leagues, kid. With that and the sound of glass shattering, Ross exits the ring, his championship high in the air and a potential challenger for him left in the center of the ring, beat up after a rough night.
  11. Keeping figurehead as Cody Rhodes, changing theme song to m.A.A.d. city by Kendrick Lamar
  12. I'm not sure why this was popping up in my head last night, but it did and I thought it was a worthy topic of discussion. For all I know, there is already a thread about this and the issue has been discussed, but I would like to give my input on the matter. And that matter is the importance of momentum in kayfabe. Does it help in votings? Or is it simply a mental thing that people keep in mind while reading promos. In my opinion, momentum is not really a factor that should be considered in votings, but it can be used to better promos. In matches, I think the votings should fully be based on quality of work and how much effort they put into winning, not what happened in the past. But in the case of a kayfabe voting, past victories should be only be considered to use in promos and make them better, which in a way still influences votings, but not directly. I think momentum might be a little more important in contribution matches because it cannot be used to improve your posts around the forums in any way whatsoever. So basically, I don't think momentum should be a factor in influencing votings, but an argument can certainly be made saying it could be. So my question for you all is what is your opinion on momentum in kayfabe?
  13. AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs. Brodie Lee AEW TNT Championship: Cody vs. Lance Archer AEW Women's Championship: Nyla Rose (c) vs. Hikaru Shida (No DQ, no countout) Matt Hardy & The Elite vs. The Inner Circle (Stadium Stampede) Casino Ladder Match (AEW world championship shot): Darby Allin vs. Colt Cabana vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Rey Fenix vs. Scorpio Sky vs. Kip Sabian vs. Frankie Kazarian vs. Luchasaurus vs. mystery competitor MJF vs. Jungle Boy Dr. Britt Baker vs. Kris Statlander Dustin Rhodes vs. Shawn Spears Private Party vs. Best Friends (The Buy-In pre-show) Bonus Questions: Do Lance Archer & Mike Tyson get physical? (1pt) Yes How does the AEW World Championship Match end? (2pt - pinfall, submission, DQ, countout, stoppage, no contest): Who is the mystery competitor in the Casino Ladder Match? (2pt) Brian Cage Will Vanguard I return from the dead? (1pt) No
  14. Year 1: 2020 To start off the sim, of course the year was a very interesting one. First years in TEW are always wild cards, and this happened to most definitely be on the wild side of things. To kick things off, I would like to thank those who served BPZ in the past, the ones that the AI decided to release from the company. A pretty formidable list indeed. Shockingly enough, Hall of Famers Brad, Bashka, Tamer, and FDS all decided to leave the company behind and pursue other means (other means being ACW, SSW, and TPW). And on the other hand, some rising stars like bob Sparks and CJ Sellers also said goodbye to the homeland and ventured elsewhere in TEW, again in the same companies. But now that all of that is out of the way, allow me to introduce the awards of the year. Let me start with the Power 500. Obviously this is not everyone, but it covers most people. Other notable names include Mecko at 109 and Gunner Flynn at 72. But perhaps even more shockingly is the lack of the names Bart, Eli Smith, and Bailey Justin (more on that later). But as you can see, Flynn was able to take home wrestler of the year in convincing fashion, beating out Julius. As for the other awards... Company of the year - BPZ Team of the year - Invictus Match of the year - Flynn vs Sameer (100) Show of the year - BPZ Mayhem (90), main evented by Flynn vs Sameer (97) Young wrestler of the year - Markov Drago Veteran wrestler of the year - Elliot Female wrestler of the year - Sheridan Most improved company of the year - TPW Independent wrestler of the year - Markov Drago Manager of the year - Memestar Announcer of the year - Brenden Playz Color commentator of the year - Heel Referee of the year - Big Grant A lot of what you would expect, and for that I am at least grateful. Flynn and Sameer must have had some great chemistry together because they ended up facing each other many, many times. And each encounter ended up being a sensational match. Don't believe me? Look at the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship. Julius didn't exactly last long, and his title reign was simply a gateway to Flynn's reign that elevated the title greatly. Many excellent defenses came against the likes of Julius himself, Sameer, and Johnny Kills, each encounter delivering. But eventually, Flynn's reign of terror ceased and Sameer took over, continuing to hold the title in its elevated stance with brilliant matches against men like Hans Clayton and Flynn. But if you're looking for great title reigns, ones that set a man apart from the rest, look no further than Isaiah Carter's undisputed title reign. Unfortunately, Vacant wasn't able to get a defense, but he lost to a great man, one that kept the title in good hands for the whole year. Carter had countless amazing matches while defending his championship a total of 12 times, facing everyone who stepped up to the plate. And who knows, maybe he'll hold it for all of 2021 as well. The intercontinental championship...the most confusing one yet. Obviously, Arius started the year of strong, holding onto the belt all the way until April before dropping to Prince who launched a busy title reign, defending his title many, many times. But eventually he fell to Ross, a man who shared Prince's defending fetish by amassing 9 nine defenses in only 4 months. But at long last, on the last day of the year and at BPZ Winter Warfare, Aaron North began a reign of his own, starting off 2021 as champion. Now this is an issue that I don't know how to explain. Creed started off the year great, defending the championship a total of 6 times before dropping the titles to The Authority in Bailey and Brenden. However, despite winning at BPZ Mania V, these two never showed up for work again, pulling a Brock Lesnar with no defenses in over 200 days. I'll try to fix it for next year, I simply have no clue what happened, hence why Bailey was not in the Power 500. 2020 was just a great year for Aaron North. He started off with a great United States title reign, collecting 14 defenses in a total of 7 months and finishing off the year as intercontinental champion. But of course, he had to lose the championship at some point, eventually falling to Natedog who had a decent little reign of his own. But even Natedog couldn't hold the title down, and a familiar sight emerged as Hans Clayton won his second ever United States championship. Obviously, KENJI started off the year as North American champion, defending the title only once in 7 months. You know who wasn't a fan of that? Aaron North. You thought I was done with him? Hell no baby, he's held gold for almost the entire year. His gap between his United States and intercontinental reign were filled by this little stint as North American champion, but he eventually dropped the title to a new BPZ signing, Lucifer, Brenden's favorite. He's projected to take the title to great heights in 2021. God I hate this title with a passion, it's just so irrelevant to me. But nevertheless, the names that held it had importance. Obviously, Hans Clayton started the year as champion but he quickly lost the strap to Slim. Slim proceeded to have one of the best reigns of the year, holding the title for half the year and amassing 11 defenses, making the title actually worth something. However, Prince was the one to crush Slim's dominance, capturing the title for himself and holding it for the rest of the year and now is starting 2021 as champion. If the intercontinental title lineage was confusing, this one is simply mind boggling. Mecko started the year off strong, holding the title until June with 6 defenses, a pretty good resume if you ask me. But then, he lost the title to Sandman?! What happened there BPZ? I can't explain it, but Sandman held the title for 4 months, which is 4 months too long and had 5 defenses, which is 5 defenses too many. Eventually, ZOMBIE of all people pried it away and started his own run, coming into the New Year as champ. Obviously, there are the tournament titles in the Royal Rumble, MITB, and KOTR, but they weren't set to a certain event so they never happened (I made the change for year two though, don't worry). Other than that, there wasn't much else to go over in BPZ. However, these were the top matches in BPZ of the year, and I thought this little stable was cool one that would be sick on the forums. So yeah, you can see why Flynn was the wrestler of the year. Also, that combination of people works well for me for whatever reason, and I'd like to see something like it in kayfabe (someone make it happen). But now, the moment you've all been waiting for, the individual stats. Obviously, I'm not gonna go over guys like Bailey who only had a match or two, but everyone else who replied is up to be reviewed. Let's go! I am FAR too lazy to paste all the popularity changes and skill changes while also reviewing all of this, so I'm just gonna stick with what the Power 500 list gave me. Obviously, Mecko had a bit of an up and down year. He started off extremely hot, winning his first 6 matches, but he quickly lost his momentum, suffering lost after loss after loss. He wasn't able to pick up a win for the rest of 2020 outside of the first four months, but his first four are what really count in my book. His popularity decreased from all the losses and obviously his Power 500 ranking did as well, but still, his match ratings were pretty decent for an NXT guy. His skills also increased from the 18 matches he had, so hopefully there will be some visible improvement next year. This was a little something that I was not expecting at all. I envisioned Gunner having a fair few matches, perhaps around what Mecko had at 18. But 38? With only 7 losses? I had to double take cause I thought he might've gone to SSW, but no, this was all in BPZ. And to top it all off, I couldn't even fit all the matches in on my screen. Gunner tore up this year, gaining himself a lot of momentum, popularity, and skill boosts heading into 2021. His ranking was a little bit low in my opinion especially considering his W/L ratio, but I definitely think that next year will be his time. The #2 guy of the year, Julius. It's no secret that Julius had a fantastic year, only losing four times and having some great ratings while doing so. Even though he lost his championship in the first few months of the year, he rebounded nicely, only suffering losses to men such as Flynn and Prince (but by DQ of course). Julius' popularity has remained the same, but his skills have increased drastically and his momentum is the hottest in the company right now. If this isn't a contender for wrestler of the year next year, I don't know what is. Well well well, another guy who's in the top 10. Hans has clearly had a bit of a rocky 2020 in terms of picking up wins, only picking up a total of 8. But by doing so, he had some of the best matches in the company and also picked up the United States championship to close out the year and begin his 2021 with a clean slate. He had many high profile title matches throughout the 12 months, matches that I think would not have been as good without him. His popularity has decreased a substantial amount from the losses, but his skills and momentum are looking good heading into 2021, and his title reign should be one to look out for. It seems that a lot of BPZ guys have gone into the top 20, and one of them who just made it was Yelich. In contrast to Hans, Yelich picked up a solid amount of wins this year, but the price being a bit lower rating on average. Despite this, Yelich found himself teaming with George for essentially the entire year, finding a lot of success alongside his partner, success that has helped his skills, popularity, and momentum increase, making him a threat for next year. And with Eric Shun now out of the company, Yelich has a great opportunity to do something special all by himself. This is perhaps the man I am most surprised about: Ropati. Just look at the stats: 4 wins and 46 losses. The fact that he even had 50 matches in 52 weeks is crazy enough, but the fact that he only won 4? That's an impressive statistic to me. And despite all of that, he still managed to have some great matches on the weekly and snuck up to 13th in the Power 500. Overall, a successful year in my books. But even though his skills improved, his popularity and momentum have taken a big hit, and I doubt Ropati will be able to replicate this kind of placement in 2021. Just because I'm a nice guy, I decided to include Bart (and Smith too technically). Despite only wrestling in a few sprinkled matches throughout the year, Bart's popularity increased by a few points and his skills went up significantly. And in addition, Bart has hot momentum from these matches, meaning that his 2021 will most likely be a special one if TEW gets its shit together with the tag matches/championships. And that's all I have for the first year of the TEW sim, 2020. Thank you all for reading up to this point, and if there's anything else you'd like to see or if you'd like to see me go over your character next year, please leave a reply!

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