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  1. Match 1: Crescent Fall & Alex Costa VS Brass Knuckles Club & Julius Jones Match 2: Overheel VS Ark Universe Match 3: Ropati VS Dikey Match 4: Ice Cold & BIC VS The Roundtable of Excellence Match 5: Arius VS Kit Fukada
  2. In ring: 10 Mic skills: 9 Look: 7.5
  3. Petition to kill off Sheridan --> http://chng.it/kNnpLNVfDT
  4. "m.A.A.d city" by Kendrick Lamar blasts through the arena's speakers, and none other than Sheridan's first round opponent Mikey steps out from the back. Sheridan watches from the corner of the ring, the smirk and gleam in her eyes telling the entire story. Mikey is wearing his classic blue suit and khakis, and the BPZ Premium Championship is held firmly against his shoulder. Mikey puts on a smirk of his own as the fans boo him before speaking while walking down to the ring. You know what Sheridan, I respect what you said. Any lesser man or woman would have berated me, pinning my chances in this tournament for having lost against you in the past. But you are not blind like the rest of them. You recognize the threat that I present to you, and I recognize your threat to my tournament run as well. And you made another valid point, I'm sure we would both love to turn this tournament upside down and honestly I hope that does happen no matter who wins. We've been through the rough together, Sheridan. Being overlooked in our time in NXT. In the To The Top ladder match last summer. But now look at us. We're in the center of the stage, and everyone is watching us. We have the momentum and power to push through the competition and make an impact. Just ask your friend Bob Sparks, I think he has a pretty good idea of what I'm saying. Mikey finally reaches the ring and gingerly steps inside, making sure not to ruin his attire in any way possible. He straightens out his suit and brushes off his khakis before speaking once again. But what happens when one of us inevitably wins? How will we fare against two potential opponents who we are aligned with? I can speak for myself confidently and say that Addy and I end up facing in that ring, I will run through him with ease. I have respect for our BPZ NXT Champion, but business is business which is something that he understands. He'll put up a great fight sure, but he'll eventually fall. But what if you ended up facing Hans Clayton? Two members of a brand new stable who still need to work toward trusting each other. But one of you has to win. Will you lay down for him in the middle of the ring? I don't think so, you're not the type of competitor to do that. But you are also a compassionate wrestler, and I think your growing fondness for your stablemate will end up being the death of you. We both know that this match is anyone's game. It was at Mayhem and it will be tonight. We've both followed through since then, and now we're both champions. Now the playing field is even and the only question that remains is who will be the better competitor tonight? You said it perfectly Sheridan, we're both extremely talented competitors who are overlooked in the grand scheme because we don't fit the product. But look at us now. Gold around our waists and squaring off not for a title but to make a splash in the King of the Ring tournament. I'd argue I'm going to be the better man tonight and be the man to defy everyone's expectations by winning the tournament and obviously you'd say the opposite. Whatever happens tonight is no matter, but I'd like this to be a show of respect. You're one of the few people I hold that respect for, and I think it'd benefit the match to include it, wouldn't you say? Mikey extends his hand out to Sheridan, staring her directly in the eye. Sheridan emerges from the corner and now stands in front of Mikey, accepting his hand shake. The two champions stand face to face, mirroring each other's smirks as the scene fades out to a commercial break.
  5. Mikey

    NJPW 2020

    Makabe VS Cobb Ishii VS Henare Yano VS Owens Cabana VS Fale Okada VS White (why must this be first round) Nagata VS Suzuki Robinson VS Coughlin Finlay VS Taguchi Tanahashi VS Taichi Ibushi VS ZSJ (ditto) Nicholls VS SANADA Ospreay VS Takagi Tenzan VS HASHI Fredericks VS KENTA Kojima VS EVIL Goto VS Takahashi Makabe vs Ishii Owens vs Cabana Okada vs Suzuki Robinson vs Taguchi Tanahashi vs ZSJ SANADA vs Ospreay Tenzan vs KENTA EVIL vs Takahashi Ishii vs Owens Suzuki vs Taguchi Tanahashi vs SANADA KENTA vs Takahashi Ishii vs Suzuki SANADA vs KENTA Suzuki vs KENTA
  6. Hello everyone, and welcome to BPZ Commentaries. My name is Gekyume Sins, the long lost son of XXXTentacion and Johnny Sins. BPZ just keeps on rolling, doesn't it? We're almost out the craziness that is the late spring and early summer, and the last stop is King of the Ring. One of if not the most prestigious tournaments in BPZ history is right around the corner and I'm basically just sneaking this segment in. Believe me people, shit like this takes lots of time to draw up but I'm pretty confident with how I did. The participants are already hard at work and preparing as I speak, but that's not gonna stop me from ranking them. You heard that right, just like I did with the PowerTrip Cup, I will be ranking all 16 participants from worst to best chance to win the tournament, except this time I actually know who's gonna be in it. Let's get right into it, shall we? Who Has the Best Chance to Win King of the Ring? 16. Austin Mirage Straight up, I feel horrible putting Austin Mirage at the bottom of this list but I really have no choice. Mirage has perhaps the most difficult and uphill path in the tournament, having to first vanquish Gunner and then either Bob Sparks or Bart. So yeah, there's not a lot of guys who would succeed in the same position, and I really can't blame Mirage for that. He's been doing the best work of his career as of late and I think after this tournament he could start making larger strides toward more accomplishable aspirations such as capturing the BPZ United States or Premium championship (let's make it happen BPZ, this man deserves something). 15. Epic Epic finds himself in a very sticky situation. He has to face off against the top seed of the Carnage side in former BPZ Premium Champion Echo Wilson, and if he ends up defeating Echo he has to face some more tough competition in either Ropati or Broken Nate, two favorites to win the Carnage side of the tournament. And especially after coming off a BPZ NXT Championship loss, he doesn't have a whole lot of momentum heading into the tournament and amongst many other bigger stars, I don't see a big run for the victory happening. 14. Addy Just like Mirage, it hurts me to put Addy this low but do I really have a choice? The brand new NXT Champion finds himself in an awful predicament, having to face one of the favorites in Hans Clayton first round. Personally, I don't understand how BPZ decided these matchups but it seems to be by seeds and having Addy as the bottom one feels a bit out of place. He's been pretty good as of late and certainly deserves to be bumped up a spot or two, but alas he is fighting an uphill battle. I will admit if he somehow beats Hans, his second round matchup against either Sheridan or fellow stablemate Mikey is much more favorable than what it would be against either Bart or Bob Sparks. 13. Prince This is the point of the list where I feel like the people start to have a chance at winning. Case and point, Prince. It is completely plausible, in my opinion, for him to defeat Raven and then either Buddy Ace or Alex Costa. This new character is one I'm really liking and hopefully he can keep putting on great performances on the mic and back them up in the ring. Prince has been overlooked for far too long and this tournament may be his breakout performance. I think while it is possible for him to beat whoever ends up on the other side of the Carnage finals, it is still somewhat unlikely which is why he is so low, but the point is my man has and deserves a chance. 12. Broken Nate Please please please hear me out. I know this ranking seems insane and I somewhat agree. But I think that the top 12 of the tournament are all so close together in having a shot at winning (apart from a select few) that Nate could realistically be in the top 5. But I decided to put him so low because he's coming off a PowerTrip Cup loss in the Carnage finals and would BPZ really be willing to send him far in the tournament again? I personally would, but the issue is he's matched against Ropati first round. And like I said, that's a really big matchup, one that I would save for the quarter or semi finals, but alas it's the first round. I feel like this just might be Ropati's time, and if not Echo Wilson is in desperate need of a booster from this tournament so I think he would defeat Nate if he made it to the second round. 11. Alex Costa Like I said earlier, I could 100% agree with switching both Alex and Nate around and that's something I will be saying for the majority of this list. Alex Costa is coming off some of the best matches in his career and his work has been at an all time high. But he's never really been given the chance to get that big win. Sure he made it to the second round of the PowerTrip Cup, but that was just about it. He now faces Buddy Ace again, and logically I think Ace should win just because he has more momentum and lost the first encounter. But again, this is a man I think could make a run and win the whole tournament if BPZ was feeling bold and I wouldn't be overly surprised if that happened. 10. Gunner Let's get this straight, Gunner is this low on the list for one reason and one reason only, his potential second round matchup. Either Bart or Bob Sparks would be a really rough match for Gunner, and as two of the men who have a good chance at winning this tournament, I just can't see BPZ putting Gunner over either one of those guys. If he was on the other side of the tournament, his journey would be a lot less stacked and he'd have a great chance at making it to the Valor finals and having the momentum to topple whoever is on the other side. But alas, the finals for Valor seems all be set at this point and Gunner is just an unfortunate victim of that. 9. Buddy Ace Like I said earlier, Buddy Ace is ahead of Alex Costa because of his recent momentum. I think there's a very high chance he'll get to the second round, but will he end up defeating Raven? The way I see it, Raven has the momentum from the newly formed stable and that is going to send him far in this tournament. I'd imagine BPZ would stray away from having two new friends Alex Costa and Raven facing each other, but having Buddy Ace take Costa's spot is a perfect solution. With his current momentum, Ace could realistically beat Raven and make a push for the Carnage finals and even overall finals which I think justifies him being in the top 10. 8. Mikey Ah I wish I could put my bias higher in this tournament but this place just feels right for him. Although he made the finals of the PowerTrip Cup, Mikey has an insanely tough road ahead of him. He first has to overcome Sheridan, something he wasn't able to do before and then go on to face (most likely) Hans, and if there is any way in hell he wins, a match against either Bart or Bob Sparks would most likely dig his grave. Again, there is a lot of starpower in this tournament and some of these stars have to be ranked lower simply because of the sheer amount of talent around them. As much as I like Mikey, I can't see him getting past the second round. 7. Sheridan Speaking of Mikey, his first round opponent Sheridan secures the spot above him. I think Sheridan still has the slight advantage over Mikey given her recent BPZ United States Championship victory and being the first champion to defend the belt since October of last year. An argument can be made she'd end up facing Hans Clayton and that'd look somewhat bad for business, but there's also the threat of Mikey going up against Addy. And while that is much less likely, it's a good scapegoat for having Sheridan win without giving away the winner. But just like Mikey, I think Sheridan will fall to Hans Clayton as he seems to be the current star of the Cut-Throat Crew that will be getting the attention for now. 6. Echo Wilson I really wanted to squeeze one of my bias' into the top 5 but alas here he is at number 6. I think Echo Wilson could make a legitimate run for king. Not only is he the number one seed, but he surely will have a redemption story after losing his championship and it could be seen as strategical so he could prepare for this match. Either way, Echo still is looking for that main event nudge and I sense it coming sooner rather than later. My only worry is that he's facing Ropati in the second round which is a tough matchup, but I think he has what it takes to beat him even if he's higher in the list. What I'm saying is we're in the territory where there's an actual chance any of these guys could win the tournament. 5. Bob Sparks It legitimately pains me to put Bob Sparks in the top 5 rather than the top 3. But the reality is BPZ shat on him with his seed placement so he's got a really rough tournament ahead of him. In the biggest first round match of the tournament, he will be taking on Bart. And while Bart is the favorite, I think Bob Sparks could definitely pull off the upset. After all, he is the "Bracket Buster" and it's been a while since brackets have been busted. If Sparks beats Bart, I think he'd handle Gunner with ease and then could even make a play for the finals if BPZ is willing to have him defeat Hans Clayton. Again, it's not likely but I could 100% see it happening and would love to see it happen as well. 4. Raven Now for Raven. I think his path is one that benefits him and that he will be able to defeat both Prince and what I can only assume to be Buddy Ace convincingly. But the question is what we he do the Carnage finals? As you can probably guess, I see him facing off against Ropati. And judging by Raven being 4 and Ropati being higher, I do think that Raven will lose BUT I could definitely see him winning. He's got the hype of the new faction, he'll look great after defeating his other opponents and basically I think Raven is ready for that big main event push, and what better way to initiate it than winning King of the Ring against some of the best in the company? 3. Ropati Now for the top 3, and I'm gonna kick it off with Ropati. Like I just said, I thinking Ropati will end up winning the Carnage side of the tournament and will be looking sensational heading into the finals. Defeating Broken Nate, Echo Wilson and finally Raven sounds just about as difficult as it can get and it also sounds like the resume of a winner. His patented Kiwi Kick has been hyped up recently and I think that it'll be put to good use and protected well during the tournament. Now will he end up defeating the winner of the Valor bracket? Yeah, I could for sure see that happening. King Ropati sounds pretty damn good to me and I'd like to see him win. It'd be a nice change of pace in my opinion from the usual big, favorite star winning. 2. Bart And now, the top 2. For 2 I've gotta go with one half of the BPZ Tag Team Champions in Bart. Ever since last year King of the Ring, Bart has been hyped up to make the finals and potentially win the tournament, and it's not too far fetched to say the least. He hasn't lost a match in a while so his momentum is through the roof and he still needs to prove he can hang without Smith after so many months of teaming with him. Bart is also a sensational talent who has the star quality and name value to win the entire tournament, and I can practically envision him as king right now. But not quite, because there's still one man who I think has a slightly better chance. 1. Hans Clayton Let's be honest, if Bart's been pictured in the finals of the tournament since last year, the one man who should be standing across from him is Hans Clayton. After shockingly making the finals last year to lose to Julius, Hans has been primed to win the tournament for this year. And guess what? He has a perfect redemption story to work with now after losing his BPZ Undisputed Championship to Slim who is also the BPZ World Heavyweight Champion. Challenging him once again would practically be a perfect story and BPZ is more than likely to go through with it. And hey, I can't complain at all. The two were sensational in their recent feud and I would love to see it carry on. But yes, King Hans Clayton may not have a huge ring to it but it is something we all may have to get used to very soon. And that will do it for me. As I've been saying, this tournament is loaded with talent and future champions and ranking them is no easy task so please take it easy on me. The last thing I need is some jobbers like Flynn and Yelich ranting about something they're not even apart of again. But BPZ, you have a few good options, DON'T YOU FUCK IT UP! As always, this has been Gekyume Sins from BPZ Commentaries, and I hope you enjoyed my little bit. Until next time, Gekyume out.
  7. Men's Superstar of the Year: Drew McIntyre Women's Superstar of the Year: Charlotte Flair Men's Match of the Year: Orton vs Edge - GOAT match Women's Match of the Year: Becky vs Asuka - RR Men's Rising Star: Angel Garza Women's Rising Star: Sonya Deville Best Pay-Per-View: WrestleMania 36 Most Memorable Moment: Edge's return Best Feud: Orton vs Edge Best Heel/Face Turn: Orton's heel turn Most Extreme Moment: Owens' Mania dive Best Promo: Orton after he beat Edge Biggest Surprise: Edge's return AND my boy Apollo Crews winning US
  8. Men's Superstar of the Year: Chris Jericho Women's Superstar of the Year: Hikaru Shida Men's Match of the Year: Kenny Omega & Hangman Page vs Young Bucks - Revolution Women's Match of the Year: Shida vs Rose - Double or Nothing Men's Rising Star: MJF Women's Rising Star: Britt Baker Best Pay-Per-View: Double or Nothing Most Memorable Moment: Stadium Stampede Bar Fight Best Feud: Cody vs MJF Best Heel/Face Turn: N/A Most Extreme Moment: One Winged Angel on Guevara off the stand Best Promo: Roberts on Cody Biggest Surprise: Brian Cage debut Best Heel: Chris Jericho Best Face: Cody
  9. I’m proud of my Lob City boys for showing up and I hope that their success continues. I’m actually very surprised by them, the Knicks and the Mavericks. Even though those teams were great in real life, it’s interesting how they are still succeeding against the greatest teams of all time. I have a feeling that Hakeem will end up winning MVP, but I think it’s anyone’s game right now. Keep up the great work Ropati.
  10. Episode 55 JCW End of the Line Match 1 (JCW National Championship) - Last Man Standing: Wade Barrett (c) vs Adam Cole Wade Barrett defeated Adam Cole in 19:47 with a Bull Hammer into a steel chair placed in front of Cole's face that led to Barrett putting Cole through a table at ringside with the Wasteland, retaining his JCW National Championship. Match 2 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs ??? Ahead of his open challenge, Drew Gulak is pacing the ring, preparing himself for whoever steps through the curtain. Much to his surprise, that man is the debuting Lio Rush, something Gulak does not seem pleased about. But nonetheless, he kneels down and waves Rush into the ring, ready for the fight. Match 2 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs LIo Rush Lio Rush defeated Drew Gulak in 7:41 by DQ, allowing Gulak to retain the JCW Breakout Championship Match 3: Rey Mysterio vs Jay White Jay White defeated Rey Mysterio in 20:13 Match 4 (JCW Best in the World Finals): The Young Bucks vs Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) defeated The Young Bucks in 23:55, winning the JCW Best in the World tournament and JCW Tag Team Championships Main Event (JCW World Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs Sami Callihan Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Sami Callihan in 20:28, retaining the JCW World Championship After his championship defense, the crowd comes alive as Jay White enters the ring silently behind Tanahashi. The champion realizes and spins around, now standing face to face with White. White slowly raises a microphone to his mouth, saying that he is more deserving than anyone in the company for a title shot. He says he has long been deprived of a title shot and would love to face Tanahashi come the new year. Tanahashi debates it for a moment before extending a hand to White. White accepts the handshake, staring Tanahashi in the eye to end the show.
  11. Episode 51 JCW Thursday Night Mayhem To kick off the show, both Milano Collection AT and Jushin Thunder Liger come out to address the crowd. They announce that because of the impromptu release of Dave Crist, the JCW Tag Team Championships have been vacated. And that over the course of the next four weeks, teams will be having matches to prove themselves in the JCW Best in the World tournament to crown the new JCW Tag Team Champions. Adam Cole defeated Rich Swann in 14:03 After the match, Cole is once again joined in the ring by the Young Bucks like he was against Hiromu Takahashi last month. Cole announces that there is a new stable in JCW, the Cole Train. And there is one stable that stands in their way of establishing dominance: Nexus Reborn. Cole acknowledges the threat of them and says that he wants to show them that they truly have competition. With that, Cole leaves a challenge: a match for the JCW National Championship against Wade Barrett in a Last Man Standing match. Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) defeated Breezango in 9:43 Sami Callihan defeated CIMA in 18:32 After his victory, Callihan announces that with the recent, unfortunate departure of Dave Crist, he's had much more time to focus on improving himself as an individual wrestler. And because of that, Callihan announces that he will is challenging JCW World Champion Hiroshi Tanahashi at JCW End of the Line. Just as the words leave his mouth, Tanahashi's theme song plays and the world champion comes out. He speaks as he makes his way down to the ring, saying Callihan's making a bold statement for having not won much in his time. But he's always willing to fight, and given that no one else wants to step up to the plate, he's more than willing to take on Callihan. The two men then stand off the center of the ring to end the show. Episode 52 JCW Thursday Night Mayhem The Usos come out to open the show, saying that they demand an opponent to prove themselves worthy of a JCW Tag Team Championship match. In response, both of The Boys rush to the ring, diving inside. The bell rings as soon as they enter, and both Usos superkick them, ending the match in less than 5 seconds. The Usos then celebrate their victory, their path to a JCW Tag Team Championship opportunity looking pretty good so far. Drew Gulak defeated Shun Skywalker in 8:53, retaining his BPZ Breakout Championship in an open challenge. He then announces afterward that he will be defending his title whenever possible in an open challenge format, including at JCW End of the Line. The Young Bucks defeated Nexus Reborn (Ren Narita & Naoya Nomura) in 15:27 After the Young Bucks' victory over Nexus Reborn, Adam Cole slides into the ring, once again calling out JCW National Champion Wade Barrett. This time, he is granted a response, but not a direct one. Barrett says that he's not a willing man, and that if Cole wants the championship match he desires so badly, he'll have to prove himself. In his eyes, a couple of wins over "enhancement talent" isn't enough to justify him getting a title shot. Cole counters that Barrett will never be able to beat a man like Hiromu Takahashi, and that if he accepts his terms then Barrett must accept his, and that's for the match to be Last Man Standing. Barrett considers it, and with a few whispers from Theory and Kenoh, the champion accepts. Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Jake Crist in 16:02 Callihan comes out after witnessing his oVe stablemate lose his match and applauds Tanahashi. He says that not many men are able to defeat members of oVe with such ease, but Jake is just the beginning. Callihan claims that Jake has been deeply hurt by the unjust release of his brother, and that he is not in the right mindset to wrestle. But having said that, he was able to keep Tanahashi going for 16 minutes. Callihan says he will be much more prepared than Jake come JCW End of the Line, so he better watch his back. After saying those words, Jake Crist clobbers Tanahashi with a steel chair to the back of the head, causing the champion to fall to the ground in pain. The show ends with Crist standing over the champion and Callihan laughing and clapping from the stage. Episode 53 JCW Thursday Night Mayhem To kick off the show, none other than Operation Takeover enter. The group of four walk down to the ring and roll inside. Jay White is the only one holding a microphone, and he says that the rest of his friends are out here for protection purposes. White claims that he has a feeling that he is on the verge of something big, and that he needs a big victory to justify it. He challenges anyone in the back who thinks they have what it takes to take him down, alone and with no help, and if they think they can do it, he invites them to share the ring with him. To the surprise of everyone in the arena, Rey Mysterio, JCW's newest signee, sprints down to the ring. He dives inside, causing the stable to exit it before saying a simple message: he's here and ready for a fight. Rey Mysterio defeated Dalton Castle in 12:39 The Motor City Machine Guns defeated The Street Profits in 16:32 Sami Callihan appears on screen now. He is backstage with Jake Crist, patting his back at Crist holds his head down in sorrow. Callihan says that both he and Crist are battling through hard times, but it only makes them stronger. He says that come JCW End of the Line, both he and Crist will have overcome their loss and be completely prepared for whatever Tanahashi throws at them. Callihan says that Tanahashi is no doubt a great competitor, but that he is a man of wisdom. He says he will manipulate the champion as much as possible in pursuit of a victory, and at the end of the day, that's what will make him the new JCW World Champion. Adam Cole defeated Kento Miyahara in 21:40 The exhausted Cole now picks up a microphone, standing in the ring alone. Breathing heavily, he tells Barrett to get his ass out here to finalize the deal. The JCW National Champion obliges, surrounded by his stablemates. All five of them enter the ring, and Barrett says that he accepts Cole's deal. But now, he will have to be the last man standing in order to win his championship. With those words, Barrett exits the ring and heads to the back, his four stablemates still all in front of Cole. Cole begins to slowly back away, but before he can get far, the Young Bucks dive into the ring from the crowd with kendo sticks in hand, causing a retreat from the faction. The Cole Train all stand on the ropes, telling Nexus Reborn to come back at them and see what happens. Episode 54 JCW Thursday Night Mayhem The Young Bucks defeated The Motor City Machine Guns in 19:42 Rey Mysterio appears on screen after his electric debut victory last week. Mysterio says that he is more than excited to take his talents to Japan and that he feels as if he has a lot to offer to the new scene. Many clips play of him zooming around the ring, catching opponents with crafty moves and hitting the 619. Rey says that Jay White is one of the best JCW has to offer, and that to face him in his debut match is an honor, no matter what type of person White may be. Mysterio wishes White the best of the luck, finally saying that he is looking forward to see what the best in Japan has to offer. Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) defeated The Usos in 20:23 The Cole Train come down to the ring after Nexus Reborn's victory, applauding their opponents. The Young Bucks speak first, saying that Theory and Kenoh's efforts in this tournament have been cute, but they already had their chance last month and sold it so they should find themselves lucky to be in this position let alone facing the best tag team in JCW. The tag team snatches the microphones away from the Bucks, and they say that it is the Young Bucks who should feel lucky because they are still able to walk into the match. They state that Nexus Reborn isn't about the accomplishments or the titles, it's about the damage done and power. They eviscerated the Crist Brothers last month so bad that Dave Crist left the company, and now they plan to do the same to the Bucks but capture the titles along the way. Cole them pulls out a microphone and says he's just happy to have a title match, something the stable shares a laugh about. The laughing soon ends as Wade Barrett blasts Cole from behind with a Bull Hammer and the rest of Nexus Reborn piles onto the Young Bucks. After the beatdown, Barrett picks up a microphone and issues a warning to the rest of the roster: if you mess with Nexus Reborn, the result won't be pretty. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Kento Miyahara defeated oVe in 18:37 And to end off the show, both teams stand across from each other in the ring. Callihan retrieves a microphone from ringside, saying that Tanahashi got lucky because he's not at his full strength just yet. Callihan states he doesn't want to fight anymore, and that he wants the match at JCW End of the Line to be as fair as possible. Then and only then will he be able to prove that he is better than Tanahashi and that he is able to avenge Jake Crist's brother. With those words said, Callihan throws the microphone down and both he and Crist walk past Tanahashi and Miyahara, returning to the back without a single look back.
  12. I 100% see where Corbin is coming from but this is just silly. I understand how he thinks a brand new up and coming NXT guy who's hardly had any TV time on the main roster shouldn't feud with him because he's still a name with some value, but he's not in the right place to talk. Like Bart said, Corbin could be enjoying a main event run with some big names right now but he messed up with his poor behavior. It's that behavior that got him here in the first place so he has no right to complain about who he does or doesn't face. I like Corbin as a wrestler but he's definitely a questionable guy outside of kayfabe.
  13. Undisputed Era vs Mustache Mountain Broserweights vs Grizzled Young Veterans Imperium vs Brit-Am Brawlers South Wales Subculture vs Breezango Street Profits vs Lucha House Party Viking Raiders vs Heavy Machinery Rollins & Murphy vs New Day Zayn & Shinsuke vs Ziggler & Roode Undisputed Era vs GYV Imperium vs Breezango Street Profits vs Viking Raiders Rollins & Murphy vs Zayn & Shinsuke Undisputed Era vs Imperium Street Profits vs Rollins & Murphy Undisputed Era vs Rollins & Murphy

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