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Everything posted by Mikey

  1. I love both of these guys, they each have a similar story of coming up through the indies (I guess Styles not as much but you get the point), and they both used that to propel themselves into a prominent babyface role. With that being said, both of these roles were absolutely fantastic, with Bryan in WWE and Styles in TNA. It's hard to decide purely based on their face work and in ring talent because they're pretty close to me, but what really sets one of them apart from the other is their heel work. Styles has always come across as a bit bland to me as a heel. He plays the role well, but he's played the same role since back in NJPW, and I think he'd struggle to pull off something different. But on the other hand, you have Daniel Bryan, a man who's made his run with the Nexus work, a vegan gimmick work, and hell he even got the word "No" as over as "Yes". Someone who has that much control over the crowd is really hard to overlook, and even though Styles is fantastic at what he does, I think Bryan is just a tiny bit better.
  2. I honestly have no idea who I would put under the mask, but I know someone that would be plausible in WWE's eyes. Humberto Carrillo. He's still fresh in his first run on the main roster, and he's been lacking a character for a while and needs to get his stuff together quick if he wants to keep having these high profile matches. He suits the character well by being a really exciting performer and having some incredible selling, and he can always be used to put guys over with those skills like Sin Cara would. I personally wouldn't want to see him under the mask and would like to see what Julius said, just to see the character dissipate away after a while. I think having multiple guys carry out the gimmick isn't really the right way to go about things, especially now where the roster is so loaded that anyone under that mask could potentially have been a main event star.
  3. Mikey

    Pride & War

    (1) War Raiders (8) Bye 4) Lucha House Party 5) Dolph Ziggler & Bobby Roode 3) The New Day 6) The B-Team 2) Heavy Machinery 7) ??? Raiders vs Ziggler/Roode New Day vs Machinery New Day vs Ziggler/Roode Head of Operations: Flair
  4. Mikey

    A Lovely Dream

    Name: Michael James Nickname: "Gold Mike" Age: 26 Height: 6'4 Weight: 230 lbs Hometown: San Diego, California Backstory: James is no stranger to bars. Having been convicted many times of drug use and many other crimes, he has always been able to get out of a pickle due to his status as a boxer. Sporting a 31-0 record, he is one of the most decorated athletes in the world, a force to reckoned with anywhere. And recently, after being provoked by a lady who hit him in the head with a bottle of water, one thing led to another and boom, he's back in jail. With some unusual occupants this time around, how will he fair in the landscape? Crime Committed: Jay walking, assault, rape
  5. BPZ World Heavyweight Championship Smith (c) vs Arius BPZ Undisputed Championship Slim (c) vs Bailey BPZ Intercontinental Championship Hans Clayton (c) vs Alex Costa BPZ United States Championship Mikey (c) vs Buddy Ace BPZ North American Championship KENJI (c) vs Raven BPZ Premium Championship Gunner Flynn (c) vs MARKER vs Arrow BPZ Tag Team Championships Idk maybe FCE (c) vs Marker/Josh? Money in the Bank Ladder Match BiC vs Julius vs Sameer vs Bashka vs Bailey vs Flynn BPZ NXT Championship Every one in a battle royal, I think Crip will be champ tho
  6. Adam Cole and Roderick Strong vs. Lars Sullivan and Andrade "Cien" Almas Akira Tozawa vs. TJP Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals: Red Dragon vs. DIY 2.0 Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander (c) vs. Hideo Itami NXT Tag Team Championships: Authors of Pain (c) vs. Heroes Eventually Die NXT Championship: Mustafa Ali (c) vs. Bobby Roode
  7. WCW World Heavyweight Championship match Sting (c) vs. Kevin Nash vs. The Giant Bret Hart vs. Ric Flair WCW United States Championship match Curt Hennig (c) vs. Diamond Dallas Page WCW World Tag Team Championships No Disqualifications match The Steiner Brothers w/ Ted DiBiase (c) vs. Faces of Fear w/ Jimmy Hart WCW Cruiserweight Championship match Eddie Guerrero (c) vs. Ultimo Dragon Goldberg vs. Wrath Steel Cage match Chris Benoit vs. Raven Bonus Questions Which match will score highest on the card? Hart vs Flair Which wrestler will score the highest in-ring performance? Bret Hart
  8. Episode 11 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: And Still Who Better? The show starts off with none other than the Dark Order. After picking up a huge victory over Kazuchika Okada and Kento Miyahara, the duo look to make a statement followed by their creepers. As Uno takes a seat on one of the creepers, Grayson addresses the crowd, saying that last night they did the impossible by defeating two of the biggest stars in the Japan. And for achieving such an accolade, they should be rewarded. Therefore, they are issuing a demand to Milano Collection AT: give them a tag title shot against the Motor City Machine Guns or suffer the consequences. The fate of JCW is up to him. Match 1: BxB Hulk vs Cody Hall In the first match of the night, the veteran BxB Hulk took on the debuting Cody Hall. Hulk needed a big win after suffering a first round loss to Jay White in the world championship tournament, and against Cody Hall, his chances looked pretty good. The match itself was really hard hitting, both men putting extra behind every one of their shots. The match came to a screeching hault after Hulk did a tremendous leap over Hall's clothesline attempt, catching him with the BxB Smash in the rebound and pinning Hall for the 3, gaining some momentum here tonight. BxB Hulk defeated Cody Hall in 8:43 with a BxB Smash What's Next? In a backstage segment, we see Jay White, sitting by himself in the locker room, head down in concentration. He lifts his head up and addresses the camera, talking about his failure to capture the JCW World Championship at Revolution. He claims that he's not done yet, and that he still has plenty more to prove and give. He promises the fans that he'll be back soon enough, the same man he always has been. He ends the segment with a sarcastic wave to the camera. Main Event: Johnny Gaijin vs Kazuchika Okada In tonight's main event, we saw the Rainmaker Kazuchika Okada take on the JCW National Champion, Johnny Gaijin. Although the title was not on the line, a crucial win was nonetheless. A victory over one of the best in the business in Okada would do wonders for Gaijin's career, and Okada needed a win to reestablish himself after a crushing loss against the Dark Order alongside Kento Miyahara. Both men put on a show for the fans, continuously building up the match with more and more intense spots. Okada shocked the world when Gaijin attempted his trademark Starship Pain and Okada was able to catch him from his knees and turn the maneuver into a spinning tombstone piledriver. He then got Gaijin to his feet and delivered the final blow, a Rainmaker to seal the deal. Kazuchika Okada defeated Johnny Gaijin in 19:21 with a Rainmaker Still Waiting As Okada is celebrating his hard fought victory, he's ambushed from behind by the Dark Order, the same men who defeated him less than a week ago. They beat him down and hit a Tandem Piledriver on him to make sure he stays down before Grayson grabs a microphone for the second time tonight. He warns AT that time is running out, and the longer he waits, the more frequent the attacks will become. Again, it's his choice in the end. Champion In the final segment of the night, we see Tetsuya Naito enter the arena to a large ovation, the man still standing strong as champion. He thanks the fans, saying he could never have overcome a challenge like Jay White without their help. And he recognizes that once they've challenged once, they don't go away, so despite the segment earlier tonight, he's still wary of White lurking. And as for Killer Kross, the man who attacked him after his victory, Naito is hardly concerned. He thinks that since he's beat some of the best recently and is yet to suffer a loss, a man by the likes of Kross will hardly be a problem. Episode 12 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: Krossed The Line Any Challenge The show kicks off with The Shooter and JCW Breakout Champion, Shota Umino. He comes out to the ring, sporting an entirely new look. With his long, jet black hair and baby face still in tact, he is wearing a long black coat, fitted with a skull with a gun pointed at it on the back. He rolls into the ring and says that he's been bored. He claims no one has been a threat to his championship and that he wants some real competition, from frankly anyone, not even a Breakout. He challenges those in the back, saying that if they are truly as good as they claim, then they'll have no problem wrestling him for his championship. And the man to answer his call is none other than Hirai Kawato, looking to make a statement against the champion and possibly even claim the title for himself. Match 1 (JCW Breakout Championship): Shota Umino (c) vs Hirai Kawato In a decent match between two of the youngest stars in JCW, Kawato took on Shota Umino for the JCW Breakout Championship. Umino's cockiness was evident throughout the whole match, while Kawato's passion for wrestling for the fans and gratefulness for an opportunity like this was just as apparent. The two put on a match which mostly consisted of Umino targeting Kawato's left leg, trying to wear him down enough to lock in a submission or hit a big move. Kawato fought through the pain through, nearly pinning Umino with a modified GTS with a pele kick rather than a knee. But Umino's tactic ultimately prevailed as the injured leg proved too much for Kawato to handle. Shota Umino defeated Hirai Kawato in 7:31 with a Boston Crab An Absolute Massacre Right after the culmination of the match, the camera shifts backstage to reveal the Dark Order and their creepers. Grayson speaks to the camera, saying that AT has taken far, far too long and that they're going to take matters into their own hands if they want a response. And with their creepers in pursuit, the two men enter the JCW locker room, immediately laying out everyone in sight. Victims include Sin Cara, TenCozy, Leona Fujinami, Katushiko Nakajima, and Rocky Romero. Eventually, none other than Kazuchika Okada and Kento Miyahara enter the room, looking to sort out a mess they arguably started. But the numbers game is too much, and both men end up getting beaten down, Miyahara taking the worst of the beatdown by getting through into a TV on the wall. The scene ends with the two men looking into the camera fiercely, the message being sent loud and clear. Main Event: Tetsuya Naito vs Daichi Hashimoto In tonight's main event, we saw Daichi Hashimoto face off against Tetsuya Naito in arguably the biggest match of his career. The two men displayed similar styles, both being heavily influenced in puroresu. Hashimoto was able to catch Naito offguard a few times with his proficiency in technical wrestling, but Naito surprisingly kept up with him. Naito was even able to take advantage with his own high-flying ways, boosting the pace a little too high for Hashimoto at times. In the end, the match would end after Hashimoto missed his crucial Spinning Heel Kick and Naito quickly hit the Destino, pinning Hashimoto shortly after. Tetsuya Naito defeated Daichi Hashimoto in 16:12 with a Destino. Go To Sleep With Naito celebrating yet another victory in JCW, his celebration was quickly interrupted with a huge blow from behind by Killer Kross! Kross lays into Naito with several punches while he is down, and despite the timekeeper's best efforts to stop him with the bell, Kross continues beating him down. Eventually, Kross gets Naito up to his feet and hits a german suplex. But once Naito crashes to the mat, Kross holds on and rolls through into the Kross Jacket! Kross screams out as Naito flails around, trying but failing to get out of the lethal hold. After a few seconds, Naito's movement end and he flops to the ground, lifeless as Kross releases him. The show goes off air with the picture of Kross holding the JCW World Championship above his head on screen, a scary but possible reality. Episode 13 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: Recurring Theme My Show The show opens up with none other than the champion, Tetsuya Naito. He enters the arena with a microphone in hand, clearly a lot on his mind judging by the look on his face and the way he's walking. He rolls into the ring and speaks, saying that he's had a lot of time to think since Killer Kross' attack last week, and he's come to a final decision. He has no respect for Kross' actions and thinks that he doesn't have what it takes to be champion. But with that being said, he is not a man to go around making false promises, so Naito accepts the challenge seemingly laid out without words, the match scheduled to happen at JCW Survival. Match 1 (JCW National Championship #1 Contendership): Rocky Romero vs BxB Hulk With Johnny Gaijin at ringside, Rocky Romero took on BxB Hulk in a chance to challenge Gaijin for his title at Survival. The two would have a pretty decent match, their veteran instincts showing off well. Both men used a variety of technical and chain maneuvers to out perform the other at first, but as time went on the match got more and more interesting. Even at nearly the age of 40, Hulk was able to hit a moonsault and turn it into a spectacular DDT, which set up Romero's demise at the hands of the BxB Smash. BxB Hulk defeated Rocky Romero in 12:02 with the BxB Smash Main Event (JCW Tag Team Championships): MCMG (c) vs TenCozy In yet another title defense for the Machine Guns, the duo defended their titles against the veteran team of Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima. Despite being in their late 40's, both men proved to be a match for Shelley and Sabin, using their years of experience in their favor. TenCozy spent the whole match keeping one member isolated and grounded from the other. Every attempt to tag out was met by a well calculated move from the veterans, and the Machine Guns looked in trouble for most of the match. But luckily for them, a well placed kick to the top of Tenzan's head from Sabin was all the youngsters needed to finish the match off with a Made in Detroit. The Motor City Machine Guns defeated TenCozy in 15:23 with a Made in Detroit Keep Them Coming After the Machine Gun's hard fought victory, the lights suddenly go out, and everyone in the arena knows what's about to happen. Banging in the ring can be heard, and when the lights flash back on, none other than the Dark Order are standing over the Machine Guns. Uno picks up both members at the same time while Grayson grabs a microphone. Grayson says that they'll be getting the result they want by the end of the month, and this is simply all part of the process. He gives AT one last chance to make things right before Survival, or the whole roster will end up like these men. As he says this, Uno slams the two members down with a powerslam, holding one on each shoulder. The two men lift up the tag team championships and pose to end the show. Episode 14 JCW Thursday Night Punishment: Preparations A Surprise Appearance The show kicks off with a limousine pulling into the building. The fans wait in anticipation as the door opens. But no one appears. But after a few seconds, none other than Daniel Bryan steps out! He slams the door shut and walks, speaking at the same time. He says he's here to have a bit of a warmup, because judging by his match at Survival, he's gonna need it. He exclaims his frustrations about not having been seen since losing to Naito at Dawn, and he looks to make a point here and prove he still is at the top. He picks up speed, leaving the camera in the dust as he enters the locker room. Did He Kross? The camera switches scenes, and this time to another setting backstage, this time a familiar place. As the camera raises it's lens, the red line can be seen striped on the ground, and then the frame of none other than Killer Kross himself. He says that this line is simple a metaphor for his limits. If anyone dares pass his limits in this room or mentally, they will suffer the consequences. And that brings up the question: did Naito cross the boundary? He chuckles and says that everyone will see just how far out of line Naito is at Survival. With that, he begins pacing, crossing the line over and over as the screen fades to black. Match 1: Koji Iwamoto vs Leona Fujinami In an important match for two of JCW's Breakouts, Leona Fujinami and Koji Iwamoto both step into the JCW ring for the first time in their careers. Many claim that Iwamoto is above the Breakout division already, including himself, but he feels the need to prove himself still. And he did just that in this match, showing off beautiful in ring talent and some decent charisma as well. Fujinami could barely keep up throughout the duration of the match, and Iwamoto was able to finish the contest quickly with a Deadlift German Suplex. Koji Iwamoto defeated Leona Fujinami in 5:59 with a Deadlift German Suplex Confidence The camera once again shifts scenes to a backstage area, this time the interview room. In it is standing the JCW World Champion, Tetsuya Naito. He stands there with a grin on his face and his championship around his shoulder. Naito claims that everything coming out of Kross' mouth is lie. He has done nothing but be a respectful and honorable champion, while he has gone out of his way to get a title shot, but doing so in the worst manner possible. Naito says that Kross' acts simply fuel him to do better and defend the honor of JCW, even if it ends up being at his expense. He ends the short promo with a fist bump to the camera and his trademark pose. Main Event: Daniel Bryan vs Naruki Doi In tonight's main event, Daniel Bryan took on Naruki Doi in his so called warmup match for Survival. This proved to be more of a test than a warmup, as the debuting Doi in JCW put it all on the line. He specifically focused on Bryan's chest, delivering chops and kicks to it left and right. The damage could be seen during and after the match, and Bryan was lucky to sneak away from a few of those strikes. In the end, Doi would miss with a frog splash off the top rope and Bryan capitalized on the fallen Doi, locking in the Lebell lock for the tapout victory. Daniel Bryan defeated Naurki Doi in 19:30 with the Lebell Lock A Proper Response In the final segment of the go home show, Milano Collection AT made a surprise appearance. He looked extremely focused, looking to say what he had to say and then leave as soon as possible. He quickly grabs a microphone from the ringside area and rolls into the ring. He announces that he has dwelled over the Dark Order's claim ever since they've made it, and he's finally come to a decision. For the greater good of the JCW roster, the Dark Order will be challenging the Motor City Machine Guns for the JCW Tag Team Championships. With that, AT drops the mic and begins to exit the ring. But then the lights go out. Shouts arise from the crowd of both cheers and boos as the Dark Order's presence can be felt. The lights turn back on and the Dark Order and their creepers are lurking behind AT. He whirls around to survey the situation, frankly looking quite terrified. In an act of peace, he reaches out his hand to Grayson. Grayson accepts the shake gratefully and pats AT on the shoulder while doing so. But suddenly Grayson reels him into the clutches of Uno! Grayson quickly ascends the ropes and the two hit a Tandem Piledriver on the General Manger of JCW, a man who has not been medically cleared for years. With AT clutching at the back of his head, the Order pose over him, ready for their opportunity. Episode 15 JCW Survival: Survival of the Fittest Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Johnny Gaijin (c) vs BxB Hulk In an nontraditional way to kick off a JCW event, we have a match. A match for the JCW National Championship between the challenger BxB Hulk and Johnny Gaijin, the champion. The two paired up well against each other, performing as if they were half their age. Highlights included a spaceman plancha to Hulk on the outside and Hulk putting Gaijin through the announcing table with the BxB Smash. But in the end, despite Hulk's best efforts to compete with the extremely athletic Gaijin, he would fall when Gaijin broke out of the BxB Smash hold with a pele kick. He then dragged him to the corner, and with the grace of an angel, hit Starship Pain, retaining his championship and crushing Hulk's dreams. Johnny Gaijin defeated BxB Hulk in 14:27 with Starship Pain Party Life Never Stops The scene cuts away from Gaijin celebrating his victory to the exterior of a car which is blasting rap music from the inside. The camera once again shifts, but this time into the car where Roppongi 3K is partying in the back of the Hummer, their theme song blasting. Romero shouts over the noise, telling the crowd not to fear, and that Roppongi 3K will soon be here. They'll be coming for whoever holds those tag teams championship, who ever holds the national championship, hell even whoever holds the world championship because no one can stop the party. The three cheer and tap their glasses together with a sip before the camera returns to the arena. Match 2 (JCW Breakout Championship): Shota Umino (c) vs Koji Iwamoto In the second match of the night, Koji Iwamoto challenged "The Shooter" Shota Umino to a match for his JCW Breakout Championship. This occurred earlier that day, and with some encouragement from AT, the match was made. This quickly proved a mistake for Umino as he stood no chance against the much more experienced Iwamoto. Despite a low blow with no witnesses, Iwamoto was able to maintain composure and put away Umino with the same move he defetead Fujinami with. Koji Iwamoto defeated Shota Umino in 7:40 with a Deadlift German Suplex Match 3 (JCW Tag Team Championships): MCMG (c) vs The Dark Order In perhaps the most anticipated match of the night, the Motor City Machine Guns were forced to defend their championships against the insane Dark Order. Both teams held nothing back, knowing it would take everything in their arsenal to defeat one another. The Machine Guns clearly had the skill advantage, but the Dark Order had an advantage in mentality. They never stopped the beatdown, pressing the Guns at all times. Near falls happened left and right, and with the crowd on their feet, the Dark Order hit a Tandem Piledriver on Alex Shelley, and while Evil Uno made the pin, Grayson stopped Sabin from breaking it up. The Dark Order shocked the world and became the new JCW Tag Team Champions against some of the best in the business. The Dark Order defeated the Motor City Machine Guns in 13:29 with a Tandem Piledriver. Match 4: Daniel Bryan vs Kento Miyahara In the second to last match of the night, we saw a once in a lifetime match between two of the best in the world in Daniel Bryan and Kento Miyahara share a ring in a fantastic match. The crowd were at a fever pitch throughout the whole contest, completely divided on who they wanted to win. Despite Bryan being the clear heel, his extraordinary talent was enough to get the crowd invested in him winning. Their investment proved to be a good one when not only did Bryan kick out of Break Heart, but he reversed the maneuver into his trademark Running Knee, putting Miyahara down for the three count in a beautiful encounter. Daniel Bryan defeated Kento Miyahara in 19:15 with a Running Knee Go Time With the main event approaching, the screen splits in two to show the men who will be facing off for the World Championship. Kross is sitting alone in a dark room with his line, head down as he concentrates, mentally preparing himself for what may be the biggest match of his life, while Naito is sitting in a spew of chairs, looking straight forward and reflecting, determining what he needs to do if he wants to walk out of the night with his championship around his waist. Main Event (JCW World Championship): Tetsuya Naito (c) vs Killer Kross In a match that will go down in JCW history, Killer Kross stepped up his game and challenged the big man of JCW, Tetsuya Naito in a match for his championship. Both men performed incredibly, the story flowing by itself. Kross was battling between going full out on Naito and containing himself to slow the pace down and keep his holds locked right, while Naito simply looked to counter whatever possibly and stay away from the danger. Big spots in the match included a spear into the metal barricade, cracking a hole between two of the fences and Naito hitting a brutal Destino on the ring apron. Despite this torture, both men kept up the pace until the closing minutes. In an absolute shock sequence, Naito reversed the Kross Jacket hold into a Destino, but needed a move to truly put Kross down, so he scaled the ropes, looking for the Stardust Press. Kross dodged the move and went for a Doomsday Saito, but Naito landed on his feet and hit Kross with a Destino once more, this time pinning him and retaining his championship. In his celebration, Naito even gave a nod of respect to Kross and a clap for his effort. The show closed out with a shot of Naito holding his championship in the air with one hand and using his other hand to pose. Tetsuya Naito defeated Killer Kross in 22:54 with a Destino
  9. Name: Michael James Nationality: Canadian Skin Tone: Tan Height: 6'0 Weight: 175 lbs Position/Play Style: GK/Sweeper
  10. Name: Michael James Nationality: American Club: Tottenham Skin Tone: White Height: 6'2 Weight: 185 lbs Position/Play Style: CB/Ball Playing Defender
  11. Personally, I'd like to see something a little bit different. Everyone's bringing up matches with big name value like Reigns and The Fiend, but I'd lean toward more of a match of quality. Personally, I think it'd be huge to see a match like Demon Balor vs babyface Daniel Bryan in the main event. Those two could have a banger of a match and it'd be a really cool storyline with Bryan overcoming the demon. Another big match could be The Fiend vs Bryan now that I think about it, and even though I'm contradicting myself, I think that the story would be absolute gold and Bryan could carry the match if he sold Wyatt's moves. Other suggestions: Styles vs Cole or Bryan, Bryan vs Rollins, Rollins vs Balor 2 (but done right)
  12. Orton for sure, Cage is a great worker and he's got some pretty decent work under his belt, but Orton still tops him. Cage stills needs a big longer to develop his skills, and when he's at his peak I'd for sure vote him, but not yet. Orton's still got it in him even though he's approaching 40.
  13. I agree with 2001, like Icon said the rumble was really big for him. 11 eliminations and coming down to the last two against Stone Cold Steve Austin is a really big accomplishment. He even lasted around 54 minutes, which is a testament to how over he was. He won the Hardcore title at Mania as well that year, and it's obviously hard to miss his Survivor Series appearance like Brad said (good stuff all around in that one).
  14. Mikey

    ECW: Reborn

    Kenny Omega vs Kurt Angle (Semi Final matchup) PAC vs Jon Moxley (Semi Final Matchup) G.O.D vs Lucha Brothers (Ladder Match) Bully Ray vs Sami Callihan vs Brian Cage vs Low-Ki vs Adam Page vs Christopher Daniels Mance Warner vs Brody King Kurt Angle vs PAC (ECW World Title Finals)
  15. Name: Mikey Dikey Friends: BULLETPROOF, Meko, Owen, Icon/Gunner, Arius Enemies: Arrow, Toxik, Creed
  16. Name: Michael James Age: 21 Occupation: Baseball player Gender: Male Hometown: San Diego, California Bio/Personality: Michael James is not your typical baseball player. He is a kind and very generous man, donating to a variety of charities. He also takes great care of his appearance and is handsome in general, a quality many baseball players don't have/need. Why did your character come to Love Island: Sounds like a fun place for the offseason Appearance: Short, swept up blonde hair, lean but toned, strong jaw Name: Veronica Ness Age: 26 Occupation: School teacher Gender: Female Hometown: Tampa Bay, Florida Bio/Personality: Ness is an interesting character. She is beloved by her students for two reasons: her excellent teaching and her good looks. It's clear that many of her students have fantasies about her, and she likes that fact, but obviously she teaches minors. Why did your character come to Love Island: To have a man who can capitalize on their fantasies. Appearance: Camila Mendes
  17. First Name: John Last Name: Scott Position: Right Defenseman Nick Name: "Iron Man" Height: 6'2 Weight: 230 Date of Birth: August 12th Nationality: Canadian City of Birth: Montreal Preferred Jersey Number: 27 Right or Left: Right Physical, Non Physical, or Neutral: Physical Player Type: Forwards (Playmaker, Offense Oriented, Two Way, Goal Scorer, Checking, Enforcer) Defenseman (Offensive, Two Way, Defensive) Goalie (Hybrid, Standup, Butterfly) Starting Junior League: Canada ( Western Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League) USA (United States Hockey League, NCAA Division 1 Ice Hockey) Hidden Attributes: Strengths: Intelligence, consistency, adaptability Weaknesses: Sportsmanship, greed (Big Games, Consistency, Adaptability, Greed, Loyalty, Ambition, Sportsmanship, Coachability, Intelligence) Mental Attributes: Strengths: Aggression, bravery Weaknesses: Professionalism (Aggression, Bravery, Determination, Teamplayer, Leadership, Professionalism, Mental Toughness) Physical Attributes: Strengths: Strength, fighting Weaknesses: Speed, agility (Acceleration, Agility, Balance, Speed, Stamina, Strength, Fighting)
  18. Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega (Unsanctioned, lights out match) AEW Championship: Chris Jericho vs Cody. The Young Bucks vs. Santana & Ortiz AEW Tag Tag Team Championship: SCU (c) vs. The Lucha Bros. vs. Private Party AEW Women's Championship: Riho (c) vs. Emi Sakura Adam "Hangman" Page vs. PAC Joey Janela vs. Shawn Spears Dr. Britt Baker vs. Bea Priestly (The Buy-In pre-show) Bonus Questions: First Match of the night? (Main Card) Tag Team Championship Second to last match? Jericho vs Cody Will anyone make their AEW debut tonight and if so who? None Does MJF turn on Cody? No
  19. WWE did something 100% right with this combination of brands. These three teams are top notch ones in WWE. Honestly, if they had #DIY instead of the Viking Raiders, this match would be MOTY for all of wrestling, but this should do just fine. War Machine had great matches in the indies with basically everyone they came across, and they've already had some great ones in WWE. It'll be a good test for them when paired up against both of these two elite teams. The Revival have obviously had their fair share of good encounter with #DIY, AOP, TM61, etc., and this should be no different at all. And then the sleepers, reDragon. Fish and O'Reilly are a fantastic addition to the match. Their styles are a mix of the two teams and they'll match up greatly. Definitely a MOTN (at least) contender and I'm very, very excited for this one.
  20. Name: Angie Scott Age (18-21): 19 Gender: Female Special Talent (wrestler, photographer, guitarist, etc. Be creative): Programming Backstory: Angie Scott has had it all for her. Rich parents, friendly neighborhood, private school, you name it. Being born into such a successful family has been both good and bad for her. Her parents always wanted her to take the job that made a lot of money like a doctor or lawyer so she could carry on the family's legacy. But she's had other interests since a young age. While other girls her age were focused on pretty clothes and perfecting makeup, Scott's been focused on gaming and programming. Despite her looks, she is extremely intelligent, repping a near 4.0 GPA heading into Ravenwood. Appearance: Classic popular girl (5'6, light blonde hair, blue eyes, white)
  21. October 13th, 2019 Let The Games Begin To kick off the show, the owner of BPZ Wrestling, Brenden Playz himself, comes out to an extremely vocal crowd. The 18,000+ in attendance cheer him on as he smiles to the fans, slightly bowing down to them all. He steps into the ring, microphone in hand. He takes a moment to stand in the ring, silent, taking in all of the crowd's energy. Brenden: Now that's what I like to hear. It's unlike anything to be standing in this ring, taking in all the appreciation from you lovely people. I cannot thank you enough. I do not mean to alarm you all, I am coming out to greet and thank you, not wrestle. The crowd start to boo but Brenden shuts it down quickly by speaking once more. Brenden: Yes, yes, I know. But, I'll be the first to say that me stepping back into the ring for one last hurrah is not out of the picture. All I need from you all is to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. The rest is on me. Once again, thank you Charlotte! Brenden holds his hands in the air, the cheers from the crowd and his theme song blending together. But all of the sudden, the theme song dies and the lights start to dim before completely shutting off. The crowd's energy for the owner of BPZ quickly turns to shouts of confusion and dismay. Fighting can be heard in the ring, and suddenly a spotlight shines down, showing Necce standing over the fallen body of Brenden, arms outstretched and head raised, looking directly up at the ceiling. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 1 (BPZ Undisputed Championship): Flynn (c) vs Necce In a power move, Flynn made his entrance midway through Necce's attack on Brenden. But once he entered the ring and the match began, his boldness quickly disappeared. Flynn spent the majority of the match dodging Necce, sticking to the outside where he could get the jump on him. On the few occasions he entered the ring to break the count, Necce would get the upperhand, causing Flynn to quickly retreat to the outside once more. Eventually, Flynn would try to surprise Necce by going at him full speed, but Necce caught him with a Slingblade followed by an Antichrist Revolution, and Flynn was only able to beat the pinfall by grabbing faintly onto the ropes. From there, Flynn retreated to the outside once more, but this time grabbed his championship and began to make his way to the back. Necce would watch in the ring while Flynn walked into the back, losing the match via count out but retaining his championship. Necce defeated Flynn via count out (Flynn retains, if you guessed Necce you get the point) -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 2 (BPZ United States Championship): Mikey (c) vs Buddy Ace In the second match of the night, we saw Buddy Ace take on Mikey, looking to claim a title that's avoided him for far too long. The two would have a pretty decent matchup overall. Ace's mentality was clearly different than what he brings to the table, recognizing the chance he had. Both men would go at it, putting everything that had into the tense matchup. After around 10 minutes or so, Ace would have complete control of the match. looking to put it away with the Deadeye. However, Mikey slipped out of the hold and nailed Ace with Adrenaline, causing him to collapse to the ground. Mikey would then slowly lock in the Culmination on Ace, causing him to fade out of consciousness in his hold. Mikey defeated Buddy Ace by submission with the Culmination -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 3 (BPZ Tag Team Championships): First Class Express vs United Nations (FDS & Brad) With the United Nations' Brad and FDS capturing the number one contendership to the tag team championships last week on Carnage, they looked to continue their momentum by defeating the First Class Express for the tag team championships. The two worked surprisingly well together, showing that despite having never worked together, their veteran instinct was enough for them to get along and work toward the common goal. Meanwhile, the First Class Express were ramping up the pace at every given opportunity, focusing more on individual offense. This tactic proved to be an effective one when BiC picked up the pinfall victory on Brad via a No Regret while Hans held FDS on the outside. The First Class Express defeated the United Nations when BiC pinned Brad off No Regret -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Heel's Open Challenge In one of the most anticipated matches of the night, the legend Heel made his in ring return against a mystery opponent. Heel made his entrance to a positive response from the crowd, much to his distaste. After he entered the ring, Heel would wait for minutes on end. Growing more frustrated, Heel gestured for a microphone from ringside, but then a loud tune played, the theme song of Arrow Gargano. Heel looked in shock at the small man making his way down to the ring, unsure of what to think. The bell rung and Heel knocked Arrow down with a vicious Running Big Boot, putting him down for the three count in less than 10 seconds. Heel defeated Arrow Gargano with a Running Big Boot -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Tik-Tok After the match, Heel kicks Arrow out of the ring, clearly upset by the lack of challenge he was presented. He goes to grab a microphone to berate the locker room, but he is interrupted by a loud noise. He and the audience turn their attention to the stage as the titantron lights up with a black screen with smoke rising up it. And then, bright red letters appear on screen. Heel, you want competition??? How about you take me on??? Pretty please??? ??? The screen shuts off and the camera pans back to Heel, looking very confused but always elated by the challenge. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 5 (BPZ NXT Championship): Amai (c) vs Epic In a bit of a cool off match after witnessing Heel's return, Amai defended his NXT Championship against the challenging Epic. This match was a short one, great for bringing the crowd back down a bit. Amai and Epic traded a few spots before a couple of big spots ensued, most notably the usually technically sound Amai hitting a moonsault. He would then follow the shock move with his finisher, a Sit-Out Uranagi he calls Pure Gold, pinning Epic for the three afterward. Amai defeated Epic with Pure Gold -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 6 (BPZ North American Championship): Yelich (c) vs Raven In a match that was shaping up to be a show stealer before it even started, Yelich took on Raven to defend his North American Championship. Both guys gave the crowd a show they wouldn't forget any time soon, putting their bodies on the line at any given moment. The battle was one of trying to meet the pace of the other man, and it lead to some spectacular moments. Most notably was Raven leaping from the top rope to the announce table, delivering his coveted Bird Bomb to Yelich. The match would come to a close after Raven hit a superkick and Yelich bounced off the ropes, coming back with a leaping clothesline. With Raven down, Yelich set him up, hitting a Concussion Syndrome on him to pick up the pinfall victory. Yelich defeated Raven with a Concussion Syndrome -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Match 7 (BPZ Intercontinental Championship): Smith (c) vs Hans In one of the biggest matches of the night, Hans took on Smith, trying to continue his run of momentum in BPZ with the Intercontinental Championship. The two put on nothing short of a masterclass, both men using their past experience as indy wrestlers to work the crowd and move them with nothing more than pure in ring talent. The match would be highly contested through out, both men having to fight an uphill battle to regain it. After nearly 20 minutes of a barn burner of a match, Smith reversed a leaping back elbow attempt from Hans, but whilst looking for the 8th Sin, Hans flipped out of the move, landing on his feet and knocking Smith down with a high kick. He then scaled to the top rope, leaping off and landing the move he proudly calls the Shooting Hans Press. Three hits of the mat later, Hans picked up what might be the biggest victory of his BPZ career so far. Hans defeated Smith with a Shooting Hans Press -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Unstoppable After Hans' huge victory over Smith, the theme song of Bulletproof plays. Hans is joined in the ring by his tag team partner BiC, Mikey, and Flynn. The four men all embrace in a big hug and hold each others hands in the air, gold in every corner. Flynn then takes a microphone out of his pocket and addresses the fans. Flynn: What you are looking at here is not a mere force of destruction. What you are looking at is the present and the future of BPZ. Flynn, BiC, Hans, and Mikey. The four most talented men in BPZ right now, and the four most talented men BPZ will ever see. This is all the evidence you could ever need. Four men, five separate titles. And there's only one way to go, and it's up. So please, if anyone has any disagreements, voice them now or forever hold your peace with Bulletproof as the champions of BPZ. Flynn lowers his microphone as all four members of Bulletproof hold their arms out to the stage, waiting for a response. But alas, there is not a peep from the sound system or the locker room. Flynn nods matter-of-factly as the faction poses one more time, establishing themselves as the men to beat in BPZ, and allowing anyone to take the opportunity. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Main Event (BPZ World Championship): Slim (c) vs Sameer In the most anticipated match of the evening, Sameer would be cashing in his rematch opportunity against the man who took his championship last month, Slim. The two main eventers would clash in a brilliant way, mixing Sameer's calculated but agile wrestling with Slim's grounded but unhinged style. Slim worked Sameer down whenever he could, doing as much damage as possible without the referee stopping him. But Sameer would keep fighting, using the high level of energy from the crowd to help him get back into the match. Sameer nailed Slim with some big moves, delivering a total of 3 suicide dives one after another at one point. He ultimately hit Slim with a superkick and a huge Frog Splash, getting a lot of altitude, but not be able to put away the world champion. Sameer would make the fatal mistake of getting Slim back to his feet and throwing him off the ropes, allowing the champ to sprint by him and hit a Chop Block followed by a vicious Essential Eliminator. This combination allowed Slim to pick up a huge victory, Ginge not having to get involved once with his position at ringside. Slim defeated Sameer with an Essential Eliminator -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Leave it in the Past After the match, Slim grabs his title from ringside and reenters the ring, motioning for Ginge. Ginge tosses a trash can in the ring and stands by Slim's side, waiting for what he has to say. Slim: As the world champion, I'm supposed to be the face of BPZ. Not that piece of shit Sameer, not Bulletproof, not anyone other than me. Which is why I have an issue with this title. It's a representation of the past, of everything that I don't want to ever think about again. Myself and Lunatic Ginge, we are visionaries, only looking toward the future. And yeah, maybe I'm a bit unhinged with the face paint, but you'll all be thankful, starting now. You're about to witness something you'll never forget. Slim holds his title in the air and chucks it into the can. He stares at it for a good moment before holding his hand toward Ginge. In his hand, Ginge places a small tube of gasoline and a box of matches. Slim looks at the items and smiles maniacally, ready to make a statement. He unscrews the tube and douses the can fully. He strikes a match and holds it in the air, saying a few words before he drops it. Slim: Behold, the item that will change BPZ....forever. Slim drops the match into the can, and it bursts into flames. The heat makes Slim's face paint drip down his face, but he still laughs at his work, looking very pleased with himself. He then orders Ginge to retrieve something from ringside before speaking once more. Slim: What a relief. The past of BPZ is gone, and there is only the future to look forward to. A future where I am the BPZ World Champion, forever and always. So ladies and gentlemen, I officially welcome you to...the era of Slim. Slim unveils the item Ginge brought back into the ring, and it is a true sight. It is the BPZ World Championship, but with the letters BPZ in bright purple and the center plate of the belt being Slim's make up covered face. The side plates are energy symbols that are a combination of both light green and dark purple, Slim's favorite colors. His theme music plays as he and Ginge pose in the ring, arms raised in the air, a new era of BPZ seemingly born before our very eyes. @I Can't Odd 7/8 @Hans 6/8 @Gwynfro 6/8 @BobdaBomb 5/8 @Julius 5/8 @Meko750 (Raven) 4/8 @Gunner Flynn 4/8 @Smith 4/8 @Isaiah Carter 4/8 Congratulations to Odd who got the most predictions right for Survival Games! Thank you all for reading, I hope you enjoyed the show and stay tuned for more!
  22. I haven't been around to see much, but two of the best feuds I've seen built up are Yelich vs Arius for the North American Championship and KENJI vs Brad in that barbed wire death match thing. With Yelich vs Arius, the story wrote itself with Yelich being the clear underdog, and both men played into that story perfectly. And with another month added on to the feud given the draw first time around, the already incredible feud was given even more material to work with. As for KENJI vs Brad, I thought that both guys really put it all on the line. Both men put out their best content that I've seen from them and held absolutely nothing back. The match was meant to be a turning point for KENJI, and it truly was, the write up capturing that idea perfectly.
  23. Name: Michael James Position: WR Number: 13 College: Ohio State University Birthdate (Month/Day): June 19th Hometown/State: San Diego, California Height: 5'10 Weight: 190 lbs Skin Tone: White Photo (optional):
  24. Yessir, banger match on the way. I've been really intrigued by this whole feud so far, I like how Rey, Cain, and Dominik (or however you spell it) all get their fair share in it and all get over from being apart of it. Having Mysterio get the shot at SS is understandable as he's been the centerpoint of it all, and this match should be a great culmination to a storyline that I realized has been going on for quite some time now. Honestly, winner is up for grabs. My instinct says Lesnar, but I wouldn't be a Rey Mysterio fan if I thought he had no chance. Rey's getting to that age of decline, and while he's still looking great in his mid 40's, his times running out for sure. A proper WWE title run (none of that Cena shit) would suit him well with the storyline he's been building and he'd be a good champion. But if Lesnar wins, I won't be upset in the slightest. This feud has been really good for him like I said earlier, and I think his reign will be boosted. In the end, I see Lesnar retaining after a 20 minute match
  25. Yelich (C) vs Jason Ryan-NA Championship Bullet Proof vs Creed- 4 on 4 Survivor Series Match Gunner Flynn (C) vs Kieron Black vs Marker- Premium Championship Mikey (C) vs Mecko- US Championship Jerimaih Flynn (C) vs Bart- Undisputed Championship Slim, Bob, Raven, Necce, ??? vs Jonathan, Sheridan, Alex, DNA and Lord Yaujta Amai vs Arrow vs Riddler vs Epic vs Owen vs Jacob vs James Knight vs Ark Universe vs Aidanator vs Massa- NXT Championship Akki/Mave vs Thundermans vs Ropati/Odd - Tag Team Championships Ropati vs Joshua Scott vs Buddy Ace- IC Championship Better Roster: Carnage fo shoa

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