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  1. WCW World Heavyweight Championship match Sting (c) vs. Bret Hart WCW World Tag Team Championships match The Steiner Brothers (c) vs. The Outsiders No Disqualification match Eddie Guerrero vs. Ric Flair WCW United States Championship match Curt Hennig (c) vs. Lex Luger Goldberg and The Giant vs. Hammer, Kidman, Lodi and Riggs Booker T vs. William Regal WCW Television Championship match Chris Benoit (c) vs. Buff Bagwell Bonus Questions Which match will score the highest on the card? Sting vs Hart One match on the card will end in a No Contest, which match will it be? Booker vs Regal
  2. Which player will the Mavericks Select with the number one pick? (Luka Doncic, DeAndre Ayton, Trae Young, Marvin Bagley lll) Which top prospect will have a huge fall down the draft board? (Luka Doncic, DeAndre Ayton, Mo Bamba, Jaren Jackson Jr.) Who will be the most first of these players picked in the 2018 NBA Draft? (Kevin Knox, Lonnie Walker IV, Jaren Jackson Jr., Jerome Robinson)
  3. Mikey massages his neck, taking his time to recover after a grueling matchup. He takes a long draw from his water bottle and clears his throat before speaking. "Alex and Christina are correct. Yes, we lost, but we lost in the best way possible. Arius and KENJI are two of the most highly viewed up and coming stars in BPZ, and we took them through hell. This match was no sweep, no demolition from one team. It was hard fought battle from all sides, and they got lucky this time." "Now KENJI, as much as I was impressed by your performance, I was just as disappointed. We could have ruled the world together, made Bulletproof decisively the best faction in BPZ history. But no, you still run around, teaming with the likes of Arius. We'd give you the WORLD, KENJI. Ensure you'd never lose your North American championship, guarantee a tag team title run, whatever you want. It could be yours. So please, out of the gratitude of my heart and the heart of all the Bulletproof members, give us a shot." Mikey puts his weight on the table and slowly sits down, grimacing in pain. He leans forward, elbows on his knees and lowers his head, breathing heavily. "Damn, that match was a tough one. But, I think this was a good learning experience for myself and Alex. We had swept through every team until this point, and this was a match was realization. No one is invincible. But now we know what we need to do to become closer to that word. Every day from now on will be spent training, working our asses off. And don't worry, BPZ universe. We will be back sooner than you think, and we'll be gunning for those tag team championships." "But now that I think about it, you bring up a good point, Costa. "The Tiger". Big, bold words have been coming from your mouth these past few weeks. First calling out the entire faction of Bulletproof, but now the Firing Squad? I'll tell you right now, you're getting into a war. And that war will only end up one result: you getting demolished by the two of us." "I do respect your guts though. The nerve of a man who is still in the pits of NXT to call out a former United States champion and his dominant partner...it truly makes me wonder. Is that what they brew up down there nowadays? Men who are trained to think that they are the best in the company because they defeat the worst talent NXT has seen in months? I fought wars against some of the best talent in BPZ when I was down there, and I came away with victories of my own, victories I felt prideful talking about. But alas, I suppose an average wrestler can only beat those lesser than them." "And as for your little Sheridan. We don't give a damn about you, about her, or about anyone else. That was about the Firing Squad making a statement. You're lucky we're even getting involved with the likes of you. Listen kid, this isn't a battle you want to fight and it's not supposed to be yours anyway. I'm giving you the option now to leave before you get hurt. Because mark my words, you WILL be our victim. This is your one chance. Don't waste it." Mikey nods to Alex and Christina and the trio exit the room, not taking a single glance behind them.
  4. Mikey, the final present member of Bulletproof, finally stands up to cast his vote. He steps over to the center of the circle, pacing around each table in front of the members. "It's been a hell of a ride in Bulletproof under the guidance of Isaiah Carter, but now begins the new chapter. A new chapter in Bulletproof that will go on to define us, separate us from the rest of the BPZ roster. The only question is: which man is most fit to lead that charge?" "As much as I would've loved it to be myself, I humbly deny that I would do good in leading this group. It's still far too soon in my time here, and I still have much more to prove and accomplish before I am qualified to take that position. I would say the same for my stablemates James Ropati and Alex Costa. With us three out of the picture, that leaves two men. Two men that have been here from the beginning of Bulletproof, the people who defined this group and gave it purpose and prestige." "Jeremiah Flynn. I respect you above all, in the ring and out of it. You've been the mastermind behind it all and you've put the group on the map with your Undisputed title reign. But with that being said, I speak on behalf of all the members when I say we still need you in that role. The way I see it, none of us are as fit to be an official advocate as much as you." "And that leaves one man. Hans Clayton. Hans, we've certainly had our history. Back in NXT, the To The Top ladder match, our US title matches, and of course the culmination, the two of us uniting in Bulletproof. You've done nothing but impress me since our debuts, and you continue to do so. Like Alex said, last week could've gone completely differently. Had it been a different day or a one on one, it's certainly plausible for the outcome to have been different. And we need someone strong, someone who can persevere. Someone who can guide us through the hellhole that BPZ has become and make us succeed. I see no man better fit for the job than you." With that, Mikey strolls over to the table in front of Hans, and while making eye contact, places his ring in line with the others, officially casting his vote. "Hans Clayton, my vote lies with you." Mikey turns in a 180 and reclines back in his own chair, giving Hans time to speak about the result.
  5. Sameer © vs Bart - NWGP World Heavyweight Championship Killer Machines (Bubba & Beastly) vs The Flock (Buddy Ace & Marker) - Deadly Duos Tag League Finals Royal Flush (Sheridan & Johnny Kills) © vs United Nations (Joh & Monda) - NWGP Tag Team Championships Bashka vs Natedog Mikey © vs Yelich - NWGP United States Championship Raven, FDS, and ICON vs Brett Storm, Jay Sellers, and Kyle Pain
  6. Mikey raises his gaze, making his eyes meet the camera. He takes one step closer to the camera and addresses those watching. "Everything Alex said, well, it was spot on. Last Sunday, we had our doubters. We had those who thought that the Firing Squad were the weak link in Bulletproof, the ones that would never amount to anything. That aged quite nicely, huh? We stand before you, not men who hang their heads in shame over a loss to their teammates. But rather, we stand here as men who know their place. We know that we deserve to be exactly where we are, and there's no debate for the other side. Because WE, THE FIRING SQUAD, ARE TAG TOURNAMENT FINALISTS!" "It's been a hell of a ride getting here, but we proved that we belong here. Demolishing FDS and Brad, taking the heads of the First Class Express, and soon we will bury Invictus. Now Invictus, they are a very interesting team indeed. KENJI and Arius, two of the most talented stars in BPZ today, and they've only been wrestling for about a year. Truly impressive, but are they impressive enough? You see, individual talent alone isn't enough to win tag team matches. Bailey proved just that when he faced you two by himself. Arguably the greatest BPZ superstar of all time fell to two rookies." Mikey steps around the room, the camera following him. He takes a breath and picks up a small knife, examining it. "It's been a long time since my debut. Nearly a year at this point. And the man that's been there all along, the person that put me through hell in my first months, is Arius. You see Arius, you only know me at my worst. We haven't shared a ring in months, and it's an understatement to say I've changed. And you've been too busy to realize. Meanwhile, I've observed your every step, watching you climb the ranks of the BPZ division. I'll give you props, this same gimmick has gotten you so, so far. But there is a limit to everything. Change must happen." "This knife represents about everything I used to stand for. Dull in design, but sharp in execution. I needed to find a blend to make it all work, and I've finally done that. This is the present, Arius, and you'll be seeing something you won't expect." Mikey puts the knife and lets out a long sigh before continuing. "Honestly, why should I even be concerned? Invictus, a team with so much hype, and yet they've faced Gunner Flynn and Jason Ryan, a team who nearly defeated them, and a sole man in Bailey. It just doesn't add up. All the teams with the hype get the easy way out, meanwhile teams like myself and Alex get the rough treatment. We had to go through two HALL OF FAMERS and the best team in the WORLD to get to where we are, AND YET WE ARE STILL SEEN AS THE UNDERDOGS!" "But none of that matters, no. All that matters is the result of the match when the dust settles. And like it or not, being overlooked only fuels us. It drives us to prove that we are just as good if not better then every damn team in BPZ. And we're not going to let some solo competitors lumped together take that away from us." "Apologies for the change of pace, but KENJI, how's the Bulletproof offer sitting? I've heard from some sources that you've been growing more and more inclined. After all, you wouldn't be holding that championship so tightly if it weren't for me. We could really use someone as talented as you. Ease you into your full potential. Like Alex said, you can't trust that man you happily call your friend. And if I were Arius, I'd have some trouble trusting you as well..." Mikey chuckles to himself and looks up the camera once more, fire in his eyes. "I'll say what I said to the First Class Express. Rest easy, Invictus. You'll need to bring everything you possibly can, every ounce of your energy and talent. Hell, bring anything else you want to. It may be the only thing that stops your complete demise. Because we are the Firing Squad, the enforcers of BPZ. And we're not going to let some scum like you too get in our way of revolutionizing the wrestling industry." BANG! And with that, Mikey poses for the camera and fires off a finger gun into the lens, the picture of his face slowly fading and being replaced with the Firing Squad logo. A programmed digitalized then speaks. This message has been brought to you by the Firing Squad. We thank you for your time.
  7. WWE Women's Championship TLC Match: The Kabuki Warriors (c) vs. Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair TLC Match: Roman Reigns vs. King Corbin Bray Wyatt vs. The Miz Aleister Black vs. Buddy Murphy Tables Match: Rusev vs. Bobby Lashley SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: New Day (c) vs. The Revival Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Viking Raiders vs ??? Bonus Questions: First match on the card? Rusev vs Lashley Second to last match on the card? Bray Wyatt vs. The Miz Who will accept the Viking Raiders Open Challenge? Profits Will Lana go through a table during the Rusev vs Bobby Lashley match? Yessir
  8. For what is the first time since their debut, the Firing Squad enters the arena, not to have a match, but to speak. The menacing duo slowly stalk down to the ring, slowly rolling their shoulders with each step and observing the audience. Both Mikey and Alex Costa are donning new face paint tonight, a different design to their usual. They eventually get down to the ring, with Mikey hopping over the ropes to get inside and Alex taking an easy roll in approach. Both men collect microphones from the ringside personnel, and it is Mikey who raises his microphone first. "It feels like just yesterday that I joined Bulletproof. I knew that when I joined, I was going to have to prove something. Not just to the members of the faction, but to rest of the people watching on. Hell, I had to prove something to myself. I needed confidence that I wasn't an add in for a match against Creed, and that I was on the same level as the rest of my faction mates. The days ticked on, and that feeling never faded. Until Survivor Series." "That was the day that I realized the truth. And the cold, hard truth is that Bulletproof needs me as much as I need them. Our match against Creed showed that the man we all rally behind, Isaiah Carter, is not an invincible creature. He is, like you and I, a human being. One man that achieved some much recently, yet had it pried away from his fingers. I respect the fact that Carter has had this success, don't get me wrong. In fact, I'm a bit envious. A BPZ Tag Team Championship reign that lasted months on end? Just the thought of it is delightful. Carter, you've had your time to shine. You had your chance in the spotlight, against Creed and against Julius. But you simply couldn't handle the pressure. Sure, I lost just as many matches as you on that night. But the difference is, I persevered. I fought through until the very end, nearly abandoned. And I nearly got the job done. That perseverance has only gotten stronger since. Now I know what I need to do, and I'm fully capable of doing it." Mikey lowers the microphone for a moment and looks around at the crowd, who are giving him a pretty negative reception. He leans over to Costa, who whispers something in his ear. Mikey nods and raises the microphone once more, staring out into the vast crowd. "But I got to hand it to you, Carter. You certainly have a talent for creating a fantastic group. And your first recruit, Hans Clayton, what a story to be told. I'm not gonna sit here and waste my time or your time, so let's cut right to the chase. Hans, you're a fantastic talent. Flying across the ring, fighting your way to a NXT, US, and Tag Team title run all in your first year. And let's not forget the King of the Ring finals match, truly something spectacular. You nearly outlasted the entirety of Creed alongside me, and I think we have a bond that not many other people will understand. Like Carter, I respect you, Hans. I respect your work, what you've accomplished, and what you stand for. Hell, even as one of my teammates, I have enough respect to call you one of my hardest rivals to date." "And this bond...this bond is something that will ultimately be your undoing. We both have that competitive, fierce nature to win. And we stop at nothing to keep climbing, one upping each other all the time. You win the BPZ US title, I win it from you. We're the last two in the main event of Survivor Series for our team, you outlast me. A never ending cycle. Frankly, that's what drives me to win this match the most. To prove that I am better than one of my biggest rivals. And to prove that we are the best tag team in BPZ.'' "First Class Express, you may have been the ones to start Bulletproof, and I mean this in no hurtful way at all, but the group you created may very well end to your downfall. You know what they say: what goes around comes around." Mikey drops the microphone once again, looking around the heated crowd. They all boo him on, and he simply ignores it, stepping back in the ring slightly and gesturing for Alex Costa to take his turn.
  9. Mikey rises up from his chair, and he begins to pace the room a bit while Alex and Christina take a step back. He then pauses right behind the interview table and slams his hands down on it, causing everyone in the room to jump. "Interviewer, whatever your name is. Don't try to skew this story just so you can get what you want. I can promise you these fists hurt a lot more than any loss you make off of not getting the real story. See, Alex is new to Bulletproof. I wouldn't expect him to say so much about our fellow stablemates, but I'm glad he did. He hit it right on the money, really. These men may be the very people I've worked with in the past and the ones we will work with in the future, but that means nothing. This has nothing to do with Bulletproof. For now, as far as we see it, as far as the First Class Express sees it, and as far as you see it, we are two separate teams, hungry for a chance at the BPZ Tag Team Championships." "I assure you, people will be hurt in the process, and then you filthy interviewers can get a get story on that. But the one thing that matters right now is that we are the most stable brotherhood BPZ has ever seen. A little friendly competition is nothing to get upset about, both teams realize that." Mikey takes a seat in the chair next to Alex, and he takes a sip of water while wiping some sweat off his face after an intense match with Notorious Killers. "That right there, is why we are going to defeat Hans and Carter. The sweat that we poured into this match is that of a fraction of what we will put into our match against our next round opponents. You all saw the footage and witnessed the glorious place where Alex and I will be training. And we've already put it to the test once, and it worked wonders. Meanwhile, Hans and Carter are probably out partying, getting drunk over a delusional victory over the worst team BPZ may have ever seen." "But like Alex said, we respect what the duo has achieved. A fantastic Tag Team Championship run, only stunted by two of the best performers BPZ has ever seen, and a handful of solo victories to their names as well. But let me make this clear: I've competed with both of these men. I know their tricks, their tactics, their strategies. And after having such fantastic success, and it's more than difficult to change. I speak for Alex and I speak for myself when I say that Hans Clayton and Isaiah Carter have never competed against a force like ourselves. We are the outlier of BPZ, the ones who truly drive change. And as Alex so beautifully put it, we are the hunters, and First Class Express, you are the pray." Mikey stands up from his chair with Alex and Christina doing the same. The trio walk out to the front of the table, and Mikey gets right into the lens of the camera, so close that his every breath can be heard. "Firing Squad defeats First Class Express...less of a prediction, and more of a spoiler. Alright boys, I think this interview is just about done." Mikey pulls back a step and raises his arm over his head, bringing it down dramatically until he is making a finger gun right into the center of the camera. "Don't take the competition seriously, Hans and Carter. This competition is out of love after all. BANG!" Mikey draws the finger gun back and steps away from the camera, he, Alex, and Christina all exiting the room in a line. The camera fades out, and it is replaced with the Firing Squad's logo.
  10. Episode 21 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: Secret Revealed And New To kick off the show, we have the brand new JCW World Champion, The Ace, Hiroshi Tanahashi. He comes out to a ruckus crowd, all chanting phrases of congratulations to the veteran. Tanahashi thanks everyone for the wishes, and dives into his speech. He says that at Demolition, he proved every doubter wrong. Every person in the locker room who thinks that he is washed up and too old to compete at a high level, they are incorrect, and now he has the evidence to prove it. He then thanks the fans for their support throughout the match and promises them a strong lengthy title reign. He then speaks to the General Manager, Milano Collection AT. He states to throw everyone at him, for he is The Ace and no one can match him. Match 1: John Morrison vs Punishment Martinez In the first matchup of the night, the retaining JCW National Champion took on the victorious Punishment Martinez at Demolition. With both men having momentum coming into the match, this was a very even contest until the final moments. With Morrison on top after a series of high flying maneuvers, the injured Martinez was able to regroup on the outside with his tag team partner, Jay White. The two discussed a strategy for a moment, and Morrison was able to land a suicide dive. White reacted quickly and pushed Martinez out of the way, taking the entire blow by himself. Morrison landed hard on both legs, and Martinez quickly got him back in the ring, delivering a swinging neckbreaker and finishing the match with his beloved Curbstomp. Punishment Martinez defeated John Morrison in 14:12 with a Curbstomp Rebuild After the spectacular match, the camera cuts backstage to Roppongi 3K. For seemingly the first time since they've arrived in JCW, they are not partying around the city, but rather sitting in the locker room. Romero speaks and addresses the pair of losses the trio suffered at Demolition, citing how they performed spectacularly, but just were missing one small part to complete their game. He says that the mindset has changed, and he, SHO, and YOH will work nonstop to achieve the one thing that will make them unstoppable. Open Challenge Once More Next up, the Dark Order comes out, sporting their tag team gold. They are pursued by a horde of creepers, no less than 10 of them. The two roll into the ring and Grayson addresses the crowd. He says that last night was good, certainly a good start to their championship reign, but he and Uno desire and require more. SHO and YOH were a challenge, but they need more challenges, bigger pray to feast on. He therefore invites any team backstage to come out and try their luck against the beasts of the division. Unfamiliar music plays, and none other than Alexander Wolfe and Axel Dieter Jr. appear, the tag team that is called Britain's Finest. The duo come out to the ring while speaking, saying they are the hottest exports from Britain, and they couldn't resist accepting this challenge. They enter the ring, and Grayson accepts the challenge, but the match will happen at JCW Rebellion. The duo leave the ring and head to the back. Meanwhile, the creepers surround the ring, looking to welcome the new tag team. The duo stand back to back, and they fight off all the creepers entering the ring, showing off their skill and making a huge statement to the champions. Main Event: Kazuchika Okada vs Alex Shelley In tonight's main event, Kazuchika Okada took on Alex Shelley. Okada was mysteriously attacked at Demolition, and he is still looking for answers. But now, he has to focus on a hungry Alex Shelley and his partner Chris Sabin at ringside. The two put on a brilliant display, with Shelley truly showing that he is one of the best wrestlers in the company. The match started to pick up in pace and intensity about 15 minutes in, with both men looking for their finishing moves but ending up being countered. Eventually, a misfire from Sabin that hit Shelley allowed Okada to hit an easy Rainmaker, putting one half of the Machine Guns down. Kazuchika Okada defeated Alex Shelley in 18:41 with a Rainmaker Statement As Okada was celebrating a hard fought victory in the main event, he grabbed a microphone from ringside. He speaks, saying that he's been looking for answers since Demolition and he wants them now. He holds his arms out, openly challenging whoever it was that attacked him to try it again. And surprisingly, the same masked man appears at the entrance way, the two men making eye contact from far away. He sprints down the ramp and dives inside, and the battle is on. Okada tried his best, but with the fatigue setting in from his match, he wasn't able to get the upperhand on the seemingly technical masked man. The man goes in the corner, arms hanging around the ropes, and this a set up that looks all too familiar. Okada gets to his feet and the man sprints at him, leaping in the air to connect with a Running Knee. The mask is ripped off, and it is revealed to be none other then Daniel Bryan. Episode 22 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: Heights New Level Tonight's episode of JCW Punishment kicks off with the JCW Breakout champion, Koji Iwamoto. Iwamoto addresses the crowd, talking about how at Demolition he made a fool out of Ren Narita. He made him look so foolish that his mentor, Yoshinobu Kanemaru, couldn't stand to look him in the eyes and therefore left the company. He says that he will continue what he started and choose his next opponent, but right then the music of Konosuke Takeshita plays. He comes out to the ring, and says that despite being one of the best wrestlers in Japan, he's decided to come down to these "lower ranks" and put Iwamoto in his place. Iwamoto begins to retort, but Takeshita claims that AT already scheduled the match for Rebellion, so there's no use in fighting. Match 1: Daisuke Sasaki vs YAMATO In the first match of the night, two men who have yet to catch steam in JCW faced off, Daisuke Sasaki and YAMATO. The two wrestled for a decent length of time, both carrying a veteran presence that made the match feel old school and well structured. In the end, YAMATO would miss with a crucial big boot, allowing Sasaki to get into a position behind him and nail the Now or Never, picking up some momentum tonight. Daisuke Sasaki defeatd YAMATO in 9:56 with a Now or Never An Opportunity Well Deserved As the competitors clear the ring, Punishment Martinez' music plays. He makes his entrance, pursued by his partner Jay White. The duo enter the ring and Martinez speaks, saying he has something important to say. He states that he picked up a victory over the JCW National Champion last week, and that he deserves a shot at the title at Rebellion. As if it were planned, Morrison's music plays right after he says these words. Morrison says that last week, he won because of cheap tactics alone. He says that he'll be happy to give him a title shot at Rebellion, but he has to prove he can get it done without White at ringside, tonight, in the next match. Main Event (Winner faces Morrison at Rebellion): Punishment Martinez vs KUSHIDA In tonight's main event, Punishment Martinez took on John Morrison's man to beat, KUSHIDA. Morrison revealed to have offered both a title opportunity if they win the match clean, and the match was just that. White retreated to the back after the promo, and now these two athletes are left to do what they do best. The match was a highly contested one, both men really striving for a huge title opportunity. But when it was all said and done, KUSHIDA's Hoverboard Lock was reversed by Martinez and quickly turned into a Curbstomp, leading to the 3 count and securing Martinez' title match at Rebellion. Punishment Martinez defeated KUSHIDA in 18:34 with a Curbstomp Roots of Hatred After the main event concludes, the camera pans backstage to a disheveled looking Daniel Bryan. His hair is frizzy and splayed everywhere, and his clothes are slightly ripped and tattered. He looks up at the camera and addresses those watching, saying that this is what he has become. Months of opposition, discrimination, and for what? Just because he is the best? Just because the Japanese men can't accept that a foreigner is better than them? Well he's had enough. He therefore challenges the "best", Kazuchika Okada. He states that by taking down the biggest dog in the yard, then there will be no one left to doubt him. And if he can't beat him, well...he may as well take his talents to a place they can be appreciated. Episode 23 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: Challenge Accepted Warmup To kick off the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi comes out to a ruckus crowd, waiting for what the JCW World Champion has to say. Tanahashi comes out to the ring and thanks the fans for their amazing support as always. He then says that he's been feeling a bit excited, a bit too excited, even anxious. Not knowing who is going to face him at Rebellion is hurting him at his core, and he needs something to prepare and get his mind off what's going to occur. So he challenges anyone in the back, for a chance to face off against the World Champion. Match 1: Naruki Doi vs Hiroshi Tanahashi In the first match of the show, Naruki Doi appeared to accept The Ace's challenge, much to his surprise. The two were both veterans of the business, and it clearly showed in the match, every move being extremely calculated. Doi proved to be a big threat to Tanahashi, someone who could nearly match him for his every move, showing that he is a very underrated member of the JCW roster. As a matter of fact, Doi was able to hit the Bakatare Sliding Kick, nearly putting Tanahashi away for a huge victory. But as always, Tanahashi fought back into the match, using a slingblade followed by a High Fly Flow to put away his surprisingly competitive opposition. Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Naruki Doi in 14:10 with a High Fly Flow A True Matchup In a backstage interview following the first match of the show, the Dark Order are shown, followed by their creepers. Grayson is the one who speaks as always, and he says that he is truly impressed by Britain's Finest. He says he's seen their work, and even admired it. He and Uno crave their match coming up at Rebellion, and he can't wait to finally have some true competition. Perhaps for once, it'll be a fair fight for the opposition. That is, if the new duo on the block can answer one question. Are you ready for the darkness? Main Event: John Morrison vs Tomahawk TT In tonight's main event, the JCW National Champion John Morrison took on the young Tomahawk TT. Both men looked to prove something, with TT trying to reestablish himself as threat and possibly get himself entered into the National title match at Rebellion, while Morrison was looking to send a message to Punishment Martinez, the man sitting at the commentary table with Jay White. The two had a pretty decent encounter, with both men clearly having a lot to prove to themselves and the world. In the end, TT would try to hit a Night Ride, but Morrison countered the move and rolled his opponent for the quick victory. After the match, Martinez and White rushed the ring, but Morrison was able to fend them off with his championship, driving them up the ramp. With them out of the ring, Morrison posed with his championship, and an American flag unraveled from the rafters, with his name written across it. John Morrison defeated Tomahawk TT in 19:29 with a rollup Face to Face After the ring is cleared, the show begins to come to a close, but it is interrupted by a man yelling stop. The man is Daniel Bryan, and the cameras light up to full volume again. He marches down to the ring, rolls inside, and immediately demands that Kazuchika Okada come out to face him right here, right now. A few seconds pass, and Bryan grows more agitated with every passing one, but eventually, the Rainmaker's famous music sounds. Bryan gets a wild look in his eyes as Okada appears, staring him down from the stage. He makes his way down to the ring and rolls inside, standing across from the man who attacked him weeks ago for the first time. Bryan raises his microphone and says that Okada is the epitome of what's wrong with this company. He struts around like he owns the place, but in reality, he's done nothing significant in his tenure here. Bryan says he's going to put it simply for Okada and proceeds to say that he is not as good as him. Bryan says he wants a match against him at Rebellion, winner takes the title of best in JCW, while the other is exiled. Okada considers these words for a moment, and with the crowd's support behind him, he answers in Bryan's native tongue, saying he accepts. The crowd cheers and a smirk emerges on Bryan's face, but Okada says there's only one condition. Because Okada thinks he has more to lose if he leaves the company, he wants to put his own little stipulation on the match. And if Bryan is so good, this one shouldn't be a problem at all. Okada proposes a 30 minute iron man match, normal one on one rules, with the winner keeping their spot on the roster. Bryan stares down Okada like he's a madman, but despite this, he reaches his hand out right away. Okada accepts the shake graciously and the two stare each other down to close the show, not faltering from their handshake. Episode 24 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: One Last Ride A Matchup for the Ages To kick off the show, we have the Dark Order, Evil Uno and Stu Grayson. They march down to the ring, pursued by their followers, the creepers. They enter and Grayson begins to speak, addressing their title defense next week. He says that Dieter and Wolfe seem like fine opponents, and that it will give Uno and himself great pleasure in destroying them. Hardly a minute into his speech, the music of their challengers play, and the two men step out from the back. They stand on the stage for a moment, but soon enough they sprint down to the ring. They dive inside, laying waste to everyone in sight. Soon enough, it is the two challengers standing over the two champions, and the two unload their finisher, the Queen's Order, a german suplex from Dieter into a backbreaker from Wolfe. Punishment The camera transitions backstage, showing Punishment Martinez with Jay White, standing by for an interview. Martinez is asked what he thinks of his opponent at Rebellion. Martinez responds, saying that he thinks Morrison is simply below him. He hates how he stands for his country, and that he is a much better candidate to do so. Once Martinez finishes his piece, White steps in and says that the man standing right next to him is the biggest threat in JCW, and Morrison was simply the unlucky one to have him at his doorstep. The two finish up with a look at the camera and walk off screen. Match 1: Konosuke Takeshita vs Cody Hall In the first match of the show, Konosuke Takeshita, the number one contender for the Breakout Championship, took on Cody Hall, another man in the Breakout division. The two had a pretty decent matchup, with Takeshita working Hall with his smaller body while Hall stunted the small man's speed with his size. Hall proved to be underutilized member of the roster, but Takeshita was still able to get the best of him, nailing him with a vicious Bridging German Suplex for the victory, sending a message to his opponent, Koji Iwamoto. Konosuke Takeshita defeated Cody Hall in 9:21 with a Bridging German Suplex Whatever May Happen In a backstage segment, we have the JCW World Champion, Hiroshi Tanahashi. He speaks to the camera, saying that the month leading up to his first defense has been a rollercoaster. Endless training, appearances, you name it, and Tanahashi's done it. But he says it's all been worth it, and at Rebellion, he will be able to take on whoever challenges him and defeat them with ease, solidifying himself. Main Event: CIMA vs Kazuchika Okada In the main event of the night, Kazuchika Okada took on one of JCW's newest imports, CIMA. The two men put on a fantastic match, focusing on CIMA's experience over the young Okada. Both men put it all on the line, the match begin extremely important for building momentum. Near the end of the match, Daniel Bryan came out and walked to ringside, looking on at the match. CIMA was able to take control in this moment, but after a few minutes, Bryan made a costly mistake in attacking CIMA instead of Okada, allowing the Rainmaker to finish the match with a Rainmaker. Kazuchika Okada defeated CIMA in 17:54 with a Rainmaker Contract Signing After the match concluded, Daniel Bryan rolls into the ring, looking at the exhausted Okada. Around the two men, preparations are made, with the ring crew setting up a table and three chairs in the middle of the ring. Okada and Bryan take a seat on opposite sides of the table, glaring at each other. The music of Milano Collection AT then plays, the General Manager. Rarely seen on TV, the boss comes down to the ring, rolls inside, and takes his place in the chair off to the side. Bryan goes first, but right after he signs, he picks up the microphone off to the side. He says that no matter what the contract says, no matter what foolery is going on, that he will prevail because he is that damn good. He exclaims that he will take all the pleasure in the world of booting the virus that Okada is from his company. Okada nods a few times, taking in his words. Rather than signing, Okada takes a microphone of his own. He states that Bryan is exactly what he says. He is the virus that plagues the company, the one that brings others down because he falsely believes he is so good. So therefore, it will be Okada who will take the pleasure of kicking Bryan out of the company. Okada sets the microphone down and signs the contract, and in that moment all hell breaks loose. Bryan attacks first, slamming Okada's head into the table. A few blows later, and Okada is splayed out on the table. Bryan quickly ascends to the top rope, and without any hesitation, leaps off, driving Okada through the table with a Diving Headbutt. Episode 25 JCW Rebellion: One Will Stay, One Will Go Short Message To kick off the show, we have a backstage segment with the JCW General Manager, Milano Collection AT. AT says that tonight is a historic night, and for the first time ever, a JCW event will not be headlined by the world title match. He says that Kazuchika Okada vs Daniel Bryan will take the honor of ending the show, and that he thinks there is no better option than that to be the leader of his show. Match 1 (JCW National Championship): John Morrison (c) vs Punishment Martinez In the first match of the night, Punishment Martinez took on the successful JCW National Champion, John Morrison. The two had a lot of animosity leading up to the match, and the contest showed what had boiled up perfectly. Each strike had a little extra on them, and both men clearly wanted the win. With White backstage, Martinez was left all alone to deal with the champion, but he did so well. Eventually, Morrison hit the Starship Pain, but Martinez miraculously kicked out! Morrison then would fall susceptible to a huge spear from Martinez, followed by a Curbstomp for the 3 count, making him the new champion. Punishment Martinez defeated John Morrison in 16:20 with a Curbstomp Match 2 (JCW Breakout Championship): Koji Iwamoto (c) vs Konosuke Takeshita Right after Punishment Martinez won the JCW National Championship, we had the second match for the JCW Breakout Championship. Konosuke Takeshita took on Koji Iwamoto, claiming that he is much more talented and has what it takes to win the title. He proved to be a bit arrogant in his words, and Iwamoto was able to match, even surpass, the challenger. Both men took on a high flying match nature, making it as exciting as possible. In the end, Iwamoto nailed Takeshita with his german suplex, almost making it identical to Takeshita's, securing a three count and the title defense. Koji Iwamoto defeated Konosuke Takeshita in 12:54 with a Deadlift Bridging German Suplex Match 3 (JCW Tag Team Championships): Dark Order (c) vs Britain's Finest With the matches still rolling, next up was the Tag Team Championship match. The new team, Britain's Finest, took on the Dark Order, the self proclaimed most dominant team in JCW. The two teams varied in styles tremendously, with the Order going for a brute force with a violent mindset approach, while Britain's Finest went with a technical, slowed down approach. Both techniques worked equally, with momentum being evenly distributed throughout the whole match. The match ended when the challengers hit the Queen's Order on Uno, a tremendous feat, but Grayson broke up the pinfall. Uno made the tag, and Wolfe was injured enough for the duo to hit the Tandem Piledriver for the victory. The Dark Order defeated Britain's Finest in 16:07 with a Tandem Piledriver All or Nothing After the tag team match wraps up, we have Daniel Bryan who is backstage, making preparations. He says that he knows that Kazuchika Okada has been preparing for the whole night, but because he is so great, he doesn't need the extended preparation faze. He also states that tonight will be his crowning as the king of JCW, the man that truly stands apart from the rest because he is so god damn good. He tells Okada to bring his A game, because he will certainly need it against a talent like himself. Match 4 (JCW World Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs ??? In one of the most highly anticipated matches of the night, Hiroshi Tanahashi took on a mystery opponent. He waited in the ring for minutes on end, but eventually his challenge was answered by a man who made a shock appearance. Much to the surprise and pleasure of the fans, the mystery opponent was KENTA, JCW's newest signing. He cockily made his way down to the ring, and once inside, spat on the face of Tanahashi, ready for his matchup against the Ace. Match 4 (JCW World Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs KENTA The two men, despite having no previous encounters, were able to create a match that was both entertaining but had a great story, revolving around Tanahashi trying to maintain his spot as the Ace despite clearly being much older than his opponent. A beautiful match was held, and the duo pulled off some truly spectacular spots that few other men on the planet could even dream of doing. In the end, despite having his doubters and being drilled with a lethal GTS from KENTA and surviving, Tanahashi pulled through with a massive High Fly Flow, retaining his championship and top spot in the company. Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated KENTA in 20:34 with a High Fly Flow Main Event (30 Minute Iron Man Match, Loser Leaves JCW): Daniel Bryan vs Kazuchika Okada In debatably the match with the most at stake in JCW history, Daniel Bryan and Kazuchika Okada took each other in the true test of attrition, an Iron Man match. A match driven by determining who is the best. Both men needed this victory, or else their spot in the wrestling world of JCW is gone. The match started off with a bang, with Bryan hitting Okada with a Running Knee in the first 5 seconds, securing himself a shock 1-0 lead. The match progressed slowly for the next few minutes, with both men not getting anywhere. Both competitors clearly were evenly matched, making it difficult for either person to gain momentum. Eventually, Okada was able to drill Bryan with a Spinning Tombstone before connecting with a Rainmaker, collecting his first fall 7 minutes into the match. At this point, the intensity and speed of the match drastically changed. Both men started to kick bigger moves, such as a suicide dive from Bryan and a dropkick over the barricade from Okada. 15 minutes later, Bryan put Okada through the announcers table with a brainbuster, putting him in perfect position to get another fall. He rolled Okada back in the ring and locked in the Lebell Lock, causing Okada to pass out in the hold, getting yet another fall, putting him up 2-1. And with Okada unconscious, he seemed to have the match won if he could avoid the Rainmaker. After a few more minutes, Okada finally got some momentum with a huge chop across Bryan's chest. He spent the remainder of the match play cat and mouse with Bryan, trying desperately to keep his spot in JCW. With 30 seconds left in the match, Okada caught up to Bryan and laid him out with a Rainmaker, having to drag to his body over for the pinfall. And with the final count of the 3 sounding at the same time as the buzzer rang, the match was all tied up at 2-2, or so it seemed. Bryan complained to the official, and he went to ringside, talking to the announcers. After looking back at the tape a few times, the referee determined the fall counted, and therefore the match was sent into over time, with the next man to pick up a pinfall or submission taking the victory. This mini matchup lasted a solid 5 minutes, with both men trying to hit their finishers while reversing the opponents. Eventually, a failed moonsault from Bryan allowed Okada to nail a Spinning Tombstone, putting him in a poor position. Okada scooped Bryan up, and with one final move, finished the match with a Rainmaker, exiling Bryan from JCW. Kazuchika Okada defeated Daniel Bryan 35:12 with 3 falls to Bryan's 2, securing the last one with a Rainmaker
  11. Summerslam Predictions: 1. Universal Championship Fatal 5 Way Match: Flynn (c) vs Yelich vs Blade vs Kieron vs Monda 2. Premium Championship FD Rules Match: KENJI (c) vs FDS 3. United States Championship: Echo Wilson (c) vs Hans Clayton 4. Tag Team Championships: United Nations (Brad and Joh) (c) vs The Commonwealth (George and Ropati) 5. Career vs GM: Ryan vs Brenden 6. Intercontinental Championship: Julius (c) vs Arius 7. NXT Championship: Bob (c) vs Meko 8. World Championship: Sameer (c) vs King Bashka
  12. Pre-Show Epic McDonald vs Joshua Scott vs Maasa vs Mirage Buddy & Bishop vs Alex Costa & Sir Raven Main Show Julius Jones (c) vs Echo Wilson First Class Express (c) vs Young & Free ICON vs The Marker vs Mikey Dikey Angelo Caito vs FDS Arius (c) vs Bob Sparks Natedog vs Slim The Godsent vs James Ropati & ??? Bashka vs Flynn Sameer (c) vs The Bailey vs Bart Hoogveld Additional Questions Who will be Ropati's partner? Prince
  13. Mikey

    Key to Success

    "Please, come in." The camera fades in to show a large, beautiful building. In fact, it is none other than the Bulletproof Manor. Sporting a large pool in front with many outlooks and a grand entrance, Alex Costa and his wife, Christina Aguiar are stood outside the door. A man dressed in a fine suit and sporting a Bulletproof ring lets the couple in, displaying the beautiful entrance hallway. Light shines from above, and the lobby is filled with tapestries and silk carpet. Waiting for them is Mikey, Alex Costa's new tag team partner. "Good evening, Christina and Alex. I've been delegated to show you around the manor. I sincerely hope you enjoy the tour, and there's a little surprise waiting for you at the end. Now please, ladies first." Mikey takes a step back and sweeps his arm forward, beckoning Christina in. He and Alex fall behind, shaking hands and embracing. The two are dressed rather finely, wearing tuxedos and sunglasses rather than their face paint, straight black gloves and wrestling pants. While Christina marvels at the displays they are walking by, Mikey speaks to Alex. "I've been thinking, Costa. Hearing Brad's recent words on Carnage, one thing has made itself clear. We're dealing with something that we've never seen the likes of. We both know where we've been, climbing the ranks of the NXT division, capturing the title, and then progressing into the US division, and now we're here. And in all this time, it never occurred to me how it would be different up here. These divisions, they are filled with the best talent in BPZ, the men who will be the future of the company, much like you and myself." "But now that we are here, what lies ahead? Brad's words answered that clearly. Honestly, he even said it himself. Deterioration. We may be going up against some of the best BPZ has ever seen, two Hall of Famers, but that's exactly what they are. The best BPZ HAS seen. They can't accept that this is the future, the time that is beyond their own. But yet they keep coming back and coming back some more. Well, with the exception of FDS, he hasn't come back to BPZ in weeks." Mikey briefly chuckles and thrusts his hands into his pockets. The trio walk in silence, gazing at the sights around them, including an indoor-outdoor swimming pool, a miniature golf course, and a tennis court. "But that's why we're here. We are the force that drives change in BPZ. The enforcers that will demolish the old and usher in the new. Our conquest not only starts with Brad and FDS, but with the rest of the tag team division. Whether it be Invictus, Bailey and Slim, hell even the First Class Express, we're going to make an example of them. And this example puts us in prime position to win the Tag Team Championships and rule the division. This isn't a vision, frankly, it's a mindset. We have the keys to success, but now we just to learn how to use them. Brad and FDS are good proving grounds by all means, but it only gets worse from there." Mikey stops abruptly, calling out for Christina to join him and Alex at a door, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. "This is where the mindset is born. From now until the tournament, Alex, this will be our life. Come now, there's so much to see." Alex and Christina step inside the dark room, with Mikey and the cameraman following shortly behind.
  14. OOC: Like I said in the voting, this has been an extremely fun feud to build up, and it's been a great time for the past month or so. Smith, this is a fantastic write up to top it all off, couldn't wish for much more than a brilliant match like this. To top it off, congrats to Creed, it was a hard fought win indeed. Perhaps we'll meet again in the future.
  15. Mikey

    FCW:Reimagined

    Nickname: "Slice and Dice" John Schmaks Hometown: Chicago, Illinois Height: 6'5 Weight: 250 lbs Signatures: The Throwdown (Michinoku Driver) and God's Right (Right Hand Punch) Finishers: The DICER (Uranagi into a backbreaker) and Head SLICER (Lariat) Backstory: John Schmacks grew up in a poor family in Chicago, but when he turned 16, he met his dream girl. Due to his stunning looks, he married this girl at the age of 24, and due to her wealth, he went OFF. Nonstop eating and working out, he's managed to get into great shape and gain a lot of weight. His genes did the rest, growing him to 6'5, and he joined the wrestling world shortly after at the age of 25. He's been training for about a year, and his unique but fun gimmick has won him many fans.
  16. It's crazy to think that I've been around long enough to make a second one of these for the second year in a row, but here we go 1. Recapture US and hold it until the summer - my loss at Survivor Series was deserved to say the least, November definitely wasn't a great month for me in terms of contributing. I think it's plausible for me to win US again before I hit 1,500 posts (still got a lot of wiggle room), and this time I'd like to put up big numbers and establish myself as the most dominant force in the division with no one close to me (sorry about your dream Toxik). 2. Win the Tag Titles with Alex - I feel like this may not happen any time soon, just because BP is such a dominant force and FCE is great, but sometime in the future I think it's a good goal. A good performance in the Tag Tournament along with some smaller feuds could put us in a great position, and perhaps lead us to gold. 3. Get into the world division - man, this is a rough one, but goals are things that you need to work for, and this certainly qualifies. Getting into IC is pretty much a given since I've posted 1,000 times in a year, and this should be no less (if it is we have a problem). My first few months on the forums were really lacking, and putting up consistent posts should get me close to 3,000, hopefully passing it. I think winning world is out of bounds for now, but hey, there's always 2021. 4. Become more active on the Discord - I've always been more of a forums guy than a Discord guy, it's just how the cards played out. Discord is a wild place, and I feel like my inactivity on it causes me to miss a lot of action. Not really a measurable goal, but a goal nonetheless.
  17. Mikey

    Firing Squad

    Flynn takes a step back, allowing the new and improved Mikey to step forward. Rather than donning his classic heelish face and long, wet, dark hair, his face is covered in a layer of face paint, similar to how it was in his attack against Sheridan. The patterns are slightly different, but the idea is the same. His hair is thrown behind his back, looking much more full and rich. "Last week was just the beginning of it all. Sheridan stepped out of line, and we did exactly as we are going to do. We sent her right back to where she belongs, taking orders from the big dogs. As much power as she thinks she has, we proved that she has none if we don't want her to have any. Do not fear, Sheridan. Your small, small sacrifice does not go down in vain, and I think with the sense beat into you, there should be no more fear of an attack like that again. The baddest, most dominant and destructive force in BPZ has been introduced, and what we did to your General Manager was only the beginning." "Consider this a merciful warning to all those concerned. Whoever thinks they are better than us, perhaps you may want to think twice. Whoever believes they are entitled to a personal vendetta against us or the entirety of Bulletproof, drop the act or suffer the consequences." Mikey grins at his words, taking a moment to gather his thoughts and recompose for what’s about to come. "Now, for our first round opponents. The unfortunate first of many, FDS and Br-, no Ang-, no DNA, that’s the one. I’ll be honest, I like you guys. You of all people know your role better than anyone, and that is simply veteran enhancement talent. No matter what the records may show, this is more of a lopsided battle than you think. Two Hall of Famers, extremely accomplished in their careers. Titles upon titles to their names, but there is one minor detail missing. A critical one, too. A victory over the man that stands behind me, Jeremiah Flynn. We know exactly what we need to do for a victory, and you know the saying, you can’t teach an old dog new tricks." "Myself and Alex Costa, we are the enforcers of BPZ. The two most menacing men in the company, the two men who can stand up to anyone and destroy them. And sadly for FDS and DNA, they are the first victims, the examples. If you think what we did to Sheridan was bad, well...you boys got another thing coming. But please, my legends. Don't take this personally at all. Business is business, and you were the ones that got in our way. Don't blame us, blame the ones that put you in this position. Or blame us if you want, but I promise you, that'll be the last thing that you ever do." Mikey leaves the camera with a few shots of a finger gun and a wink, and he returns to the back as he hands Alex Costa the camcorder, allowing him to say his part.
  18. Name: Mikey Figurehead: Jay White Gimmick: Masterful, calculated technician Favourite Weapon: Table Employment History: AJPW, DDT, NOAH, ROH Backstory: Mikey was born in a wrestling family. His father wrestled for the majority of his lifetime, but he only ever made it as far as some indy promotions such as CZW. Mikey began wrestling wrestling at the young age of 13, and since then he has trained hard to be able to broadcast his talents to the world and make his father proud. He now looks to continue working hard at his craft while finally being able to broadcast his ability on a widespread platform. Tag-Team (Yes/No): No, but if you got someone in mind go for it
  19. Happy birthday @owendalton / @owendalton2, hope you had a great day and hopefully the birthday vibes will carry over to your voting.

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