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    Episode 65
    JCW Evolution
    Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Wade Barrett (c) vs Ryusuke Taguchi

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi had his chance of redemption against JCW National Champion Wade Barrett. With no one from Nexus Reborn at his side, Barrett had a pretty tough match against Taguchi. His veteran instinct that he spoke about was able to get him far against the champion by expertly evading Barrett's heavy strikes and countering appropriately. But even when Barrett missed, he could take the punishment as well. After over 15 minutes into the match, Taguchi seemed to have the contest won, but after leaping off the second rope in a crossbody, Barrett was able to swing around and clock him square in the jaw with a Bullhammer, pinning him for the victory.
    After the match, Barrett is joined in the ring by Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura, and the beatdown commences. After a few minutes, Barrett grabs a microphone and speaks. He says this is a warning to anyone in the back who thinks they have what it takes to beat him. He has the kindness and generosity to grant those who deserve it title matches, and yet they spit it back in his face. The next time it happens, he won't so forgiving as to end the match in one swift move.
    Wade Barrett defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 15:17, retaining the JCW National Championship.
    Match 2 (Exhibition Match): Kenny Omega vs Xavier Woods

    In the second match of the night, Kenny Omega took on Xavier Woods in an attempt to regain some momentum after having lost to Adam Cole last week. This match was a pretty good showing for both men, and while Woods was on defense for the majority of the match, he was still able to get in a few moves and prove to the JCW audience what he's all about. But in the end, he would fall to Omega after he hit Croyt's Wrath, picking up yet another victory.
    Kenny Omega defeated Xavier Woods in 8:45
    Match 3 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs Rich Swann w/ ACH

    To follow up Omega's victory, Rich Swann challenged Drew Gulak for his coveted JCW Breakout Championship. These two have history, and that was a large part in this match. Swann was able to evade Gulak's technical and striking prowess for the majority of the match, using his speed to his advantage. This swing in momentum allowed ACH to watch from ringside proudly, not having to get involved at all. However, a landing moonsault that resulting in the tweaking of Swann's leg was enough for Gulak to capitalize on. After targeting Swann's left leg relentlessly, he was eventually able to lock in a leg bar to submit Swann for the victory, laughing at ACH in the process.
    Drew Gulak defeated Rich Swann in 12:41, retaining the JCW Breakout Championship
    Match 4 (Exhibition Match): Rowan vs Minoru Tanaka

    Following the highly contested match between Gulak and Swann, Rowan stepped up onto the stage for his debut match against Minoru Tanaka. This match was a dominating one for Rowan. For the match's four minute span, Rowan was able to massacre Tanaka and frankly do whatever he wanted to hit. Heavy blow after heavy blow led to a referee stoppage after Tanaka was seemingly knocked unconscious on the mat. Rowan would celebrate his victory by picking up the unconscious Tanaka and nailing him with a chokeslam to cement the deed.
    Rowan defeated Minoru Tanaka by referee stoppage in 4:05
    Match 5 (JCW Tag Team Championships): Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) (c) vs The Street Profits

    Next up on the card is the JCW Tag Team Championship match between Nexus Reborn's Austin Theory and Kenoh and the Street Profits. To say the least, this match was a great one. All four men showed excellent chemistry in the ring together and meshed really well. It was clear that the Profits had more experience as a team than the champions, but they were lacking singles experience, something the champions capitalized on. They made sure only one member was present and that the other was completely isolated, a tactic that would prove to be detrimental to the Profits' chances of winning. In the end, Ford was taken out by a double superkick from the champions followed by a Ragou to Dawkins that secured the champions their victory.
    Nexus Reborn defeated The Street Profits in 19:29, holding onto their JCW Tag Team Champonships
    Match 6 (Exhibition Match): WARHORSE vs Cody Hall

    Following the tag contest, WARHORSE took on Cody Hall in his debut match. Much like Rowan a few matches earlier, WARHORSE was able to have his way with Hall. His speed over Hall came in big time for him as he was quickly able to set up Hall for a massive lifting knee strike followed by a Double Foot Stomp off the top rope, flattening Hall on the mat and securing himself a victory in his debut match.
    WARHORSE defeated Cody Hall in 3:28
    Match 7 (JCW King of the Lightweights Finals): Adam Cole vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the semi main event of the show, the King of the Lightweights tournament concluded with a brilliant match between Adam Cole and Tetsuya Endo. Endo's rise to this spot was nothing short of impressive after initially not having been signed to any company, and this was his big test against one of the best in the world in Adam Cole. Cole was clearly favoring a slower pace throughout the match because of his grueling contest with Kenny Omega the week prior, and Endo's speed was able to get Cole on defense for much of the match. Halfway through, the momentum switched back over to Cole after he just connected with a superkick. From this point on, it was a match of smarts over athleticism. Cole's slowed pace made Endo have to adjust his style, something he was able to do. He hung in the match with Cole until the very last moment where Cole nailed Endo with a second Last Shot to secure himself the victory and championship.
    Adam Cole defeated Tetsuya Endo in 23:15, winning both the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament and the JCW Lightweight Championship
    Main Event (JCW World Heavyweight Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs HARPER

    In the main event of the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi defended his championship against HARPER. HARPER has held onto his title since last month's JCW Revolution: Tokyo, and this was Tanahashi's big chance to get the title back into his hands. That proved to be something easier said than done as HARPER was able to take it to Tanahashi straight away, not letting him get any breathing room. The much larger HARPER was able to muscle Tanahashi around the ring for nearly five minutes, landing strike after strike and setting himself up for success. But eventually, Tanahashi was able to break through HARPER's power with some well placed strikes to his legs, slowing the big man down. Despite his old age, Tanahashi was still able to ramp up the pace and blow by HARPER, flipping the momentum of the match. HARPER was still able to keep Tanahashi at bay, dragging the match on longer and longer which favored the challenger. But despite all odds, Tanahashi was able to land a massive slingblade and quickly follow it up with not one, not two, but three High Fly Flows for the pinfall victory.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated HARPER in 21:47

    After Tanahashi's brutal victory and when he finally gets his hands back on his championship, the lights go out. They remain off for a few seconds, but when they come back on, HARPER is joined in the ring by Rowan and WARHORSE. The champion looks at the three of them with a confused but frightful expression on his face, and at that moment all three of them rush at him. They begin laying into him with punches and forearms. He eventually falls to the ground, allowing HARPER and Rowan to grab him as WARHORSE ascends to the top rope, diving off in a Double Foot Stomp. Tanahashi gasps in pain as Rowan gets him back to his feet before nailing him with a Big Boot. Tanahashi stumbles backward into a Discus Clothesline from HARPER. The trio stand over Tanahashi with grins on their faces. WARHORSE hands HARPER and a microphone and the big man utters his first words in JCW. "Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the Dark Order. HAPRER, Rowan, and WARHORSE. Do yourselves a favor and stay out of our way." With these words, HARPER drops the microphone on Tanahashi's fallen body and the three men pose to close the show.
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    Episode 61
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem

    The show kicks off with the JCW General Manager Jushin Thunder Liger occupying the ring. Liger begins by talking about his legacy in NJPW, how he went down as one of the greatest small competitors of all time. He then proceeds to say he's been inspired by a few members of this roster, and after some talk with his fellow GM Milano Collection AT, they have decided to begin a Lightweight Division. Liger announces that the inaugural title holder will be crowned at the end of the month via the King of the Lightweights tournament which is displayed on the titantron.

    Liger wishes all the competitors the best of luck, but before he can finish his sentence, he is interrupted by none other than Adam Cole.

    Cole storms down to the ring and enters it. He says that Liger may be one of the best lightweights of all time, but this tournament is his time to start his journey to toppling Liger and cementing himself as the greatest. Cole claims that the tournament has practically been laid out for him to win, and he plans to take home the victory to cement himself at the top of the JCW Lightweight division. Liger doesn't respond to these words, rather he simply nods, impressed by Cole's confidence. He exits the ring as Matt Sydal enters, and the first match of the tournament begins.
    Match 1 (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Adam Cole vs Matt Sydal

    In the first match of the show, Adam Cole matched up with Matt Sydal. These two shared similar styles, but it was clear from the get go that Cole had to switch it up as he couldn't keep up with Sydal's pace. With a slight switch, Cole was able to adapt and keep Sydal grounded enough to pick up a victory with a Superkick in convincing fashion. As he picks up the victory, the camera switches backstage to show both Tetsuya Endo and Ryusuke Taguchi watching the match, getting ready for their contest later tonight.
    Adam Cole defeated Matt Sydal in 14:39, advancing to the second round of the tournament

    After the match, the camera now shifts over to a press conference room where JCW Tag Team Champions Austin Theory and Kenoh are seen sitting down for an interview following their match at JCW Revolution: Tokyo. The interviewers ask a few questions, but the response remains similar: they are the best tag team in JCW and that's a fact. No one has been able to beat them. Not the Young Bucks, not the Usos, and not anyone who will face them in the future. They've already faced the best the company has to offer. As they are about to leave, the Street Profits enter the room with red solo cups. The champions look disgusted, but Montez Ford speaks, saying that if they're really so good then they'll have no problem beating them. The champions are silent at the challenge, leaving the Profits singing "They don't want the smoke" and walking out of the room. An interviewer asks if they plan to accept the challenge, but Theory and Kenoh exit the room without a response.
    Match 2 (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Ryusuke Taguchi vs Tetsuya Endo

    In the second match of the night and the tournament, Ryusuke Taguchi took on the young Tetsuya Endo. These two clashed interestingly, with Taguchi's veteran instinct going against Endo's young fire. The match was a close one down to the final minutes, but eventually Endo was able to capitalize and nail Taguchi with a beautiful Sky Twisted Press, picking up the victory and advancing to the second round to face either Rey Mysterio or CIMA. After the match, he would be joined by his tag team partner, Konosuke Takeshita and the two would celebrate together.
    Tetsuya Endo defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 12:44, advancing to the second round of the King of the Lightweights tournament

    Following Taguchi's loss to Endo, JCW National Champion Wade Barrett enters the arena with Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura at his side. He marches down to the ring while Endo and Takeshita clear it, speaking to Taguchi. Barrett says that just like Rey Mysterio, he is offering Taguchi a chance at redemption. Barrett goes on to say how Taguchi hasn't been able to find his place in JCW and that he's suffered loss after loss. And now losing to a man who's never competed in JCW before? Barrett says he's simply speaking the truth, and that is Taguchi's history is embarrassing but not ruined. He extends a match to Taguchi for JCW Evolution, and begrudgingly, Taguchi accepts.
    Main Event: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Dalton Castle w/ The Boys

    To main event the show, Dalton Castle got the opportunity of a lifetime against JCW World Champion Hiroshi Tanahashi. These two would have a great matchup with Castle's speed and allies in The Boys going against Tanahashi's veteran experience. Eventually, Tanahashi was able to connect with a High Fly Flow to secure the victory. After the match, HARPER entered the arena, the JCW World Championship still in hand. Without saying he word, he marched down to the ring and held the title up in front of Tanahashi, the champion making no effort to take the champonship.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Dalton Caslte in 16:31
     
    Episode 62
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem
    Match 1 (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Rey Mysterio vs CIMA

    To kick off the show, two veterans squared off in the ring together as Rey Mysterio took on CIMA. Both men have had an unsuccessful year so far and looked to turn it around with a victory here. These two defied the laws of aging, flying around the ring as if they were both 20 years younger. But eventually, the masked luchadore was able to trip up CIMA and set him up nicely for a 619 following by a Frog Splash for the victory. After the match, Tetsuya Endo walked down to the ring and shook Mysterio's hand, claiming he's excited to face off against one of the best next week.
    Rey Mysterio defeated CIMA in 18:12, advancing in the tournament

    The show rolls on now with JCW Breakout Champion Drew Gulak in the ring. Gulak exclaims his displeasure after not being included in the lightweight tournament, claiming that he is one of the best light competitors in this company and that regardless of the gold he already holds, he should be in the tournament. But nevertheless, he still must seek out an opponent to face at JCW Evolution. He makes a challenge to anyone in the locker room who thinks they have what it takes to defeat the greatest Breakout champion of all time. Out steps an interesting combination, both Rich Swann and ACH. The duo announce that Rich Swann will be competing for the championship if Gulak will allow him to. Swann says that just like Gulak, he was robbed of an opportunity to be in the lightweight tournament, but he'll prove that it was a fluke for him not to be included when he ends Gulak's impressive reign as champion. Gulak wipes off this remark with a smirk, but the challenge is set nonetheless.
    Match 2: Austin Theory w/ Kenoh vs Montez Ford w/ Angelo Dawkins

    In the second matchup of the show, one half of the JCW Tag Team Champions in Austin Theory took on Montez Ford, one half of the Street Profits. The Profits issued a challenge after JCW Revolution: Tokyo, one that the champions did not respond to. It has been confirmed that if Ford can defeat Theory tonight, the Profits will face off against the champions at JCW Evolution. These two had a fantastic match highly driven by their natural athletic ability. Both men were flying around the ring, the only thing stopping them being an occasional interference by Kenoh. Eventually, Ford had Theory pinned off a Frog Splash, but Kenoh attempted to break it up. Luckily for Ford, Dawkins was right there to stunt the attempt and secure themselves a championship opportunity at JCW Evolution.
    Montez Ford defeated Austin Theory in 15:50

    After Ford picks up his victory, the camera transitions backstage to where Tanahashi is sat down for an interview. The JCW World Champion is asked about his opponent, HARPER, and what he thinks about him. Tanahashi begins by saying that he never accepted HARPER's unofficial challenge, but he will play his game nonetheless. The Ace exclaims that this little game of keep-away will only end in one way: with the title safely back in his hands. If HARPER wants a match, then he's got one. The only way Tanahashi is getting his championship back is by defeating HARPER. Because in his eyes, even without the championship around his waist, he still knows he's the best in the business and he has an entire career to back him up. He doesn't need a single inanimate object to prove that he's the greatest, but if that's the only way he'll face HARPER, then so be it.
    Main Event (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Kenny Omega vs T-Hawk

    To main event the show, former JCW World Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega took on rising star T-Hawk. After coming up short to Drew Gulak last month, T-Hawk looked to build off his victories and learn from the loss while Omega looked to get his year started right. This match was hard hitting to say the least, but it also had some underlying aspects of both men's games. Technical and high flying work were both mixed in, making for a very entertaining match. After one of the better matches in JCW Punishment history, Omega was able to catch T-Hawk attempts at a hurricanrana and counter into a One Winged Angel, picking up the pinfall victory and advancing.
    Kenny Omega defeated T-Hawk in 19:09, advancing to the second round of the tournament

    After his sensational victory over T-Hawk, Kenny Omega is approached by none other than former friend Adam Cole. He enters the ring and the two face off for a moment, the staredown growing quite tense. Eventually, Omega would be the one to extend a hand, but Cole would walk past the shake and grab a microphone from ringside. Cole says that he knows Omega's game better than most and he won't walk into a trap again. This is his time, and Omega's not going to take that away from him. No matter what he calls himself, Cole will be the one walking out of JCW Punishment with a victory. With these words, Omega lowers his hand and begins to clap for his word. But suddenly, Omega kicks Cole in the gut and raises him high in the air, nailing him with a One Winged Angel, a wild look in his eyes. He laughs as the camera fades to black to end the show.
     
    Episode 63
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi occupies the ring. Taguchi says that he is sick and tired of being overlooked. All he is seen as is a comedy act that is only good for a laugh. But the reality is that he is a multi time champion who has fought and survived in this business longer than almost everyone else. This opportunity for gold has been kept from him for far too long, but there's no worry because he's going to make the best with what he's got and bring home the championship for himself. Taguchi's cries are met by the theme song of Nexus Reborn. The entire five man stable steps out, with Wade Barrett leading the charge.

    Barrett says that he hears Taguchi and that's why he gifted him this opportunity. Barrett exclaims how he relates to his pain, the feeling of not getting what you deserve. But Barrett sees past the barrier and has given Taguchi what he rightfully deserves. Before he can continue speaking, Taguchi interrupts him, saying that the only reason Barrett gave him a shot is because he's a coward. Taguchi knows that Barrett only chose him to get an easy victory, but if he thinks he's going to get that he has another thing coming. Barrett scoffs at these words, now entering the ring with his stablemates. Barrett apologizes that Taguchi feels that way, but now he's left with no choice. The four members surround Taguchi as Barrett stares him down, but Taguchi suddenly sprints forward and floors Barrett with a right hand! He dives out of the ring and rushes up the ramp, showing off the brass knuckles he just knocked Barrett's lights out with. The JCW National Champion is left down in the middle of the ring, grabbing at his jaw,
    Match 1: Drew Gulak vs ACH w/ Rich Swann

    In the first contest of the night, JCW Breakout Champion Drew Gulak took on Rich Swann's parnter, ACH. Ahead of their match at JCW Revolution, Gulak said earlier than he wanted to get a feel for what he was going to go against, and what better way than this. Gulak seemed to bite off a little more than he was looking to chew as ACH was able to nearly take him to his limit. The technical game and speed of ACH caught the champion off guard, and it nearly look like he had the match won but a poor move from ACH allowed Gulak to lock in a submission and tap out ACH, staring directly at Swann while doing so. After the bell dinged, Gulak stood up and said to Swann that he'll be in that exact same situation come JCW Evolution.
    Drew Gulak defeated ACH in 10:37
    Match 2 (JCW King of the Lightweights Secound Round): Rey Mysterio vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the second round of the King of the Lightweights tournament, Rey Mysterio took on Tetsuya Endo. This was a great match that radiated of excellent sportsmanship throughout it. Many were surprised by this one as the young Tetsuya Endo was able to match the veteran Rey Mysterio in all his moves and even outperform him in some aspects. And with that along with some encouragement from Konosuke Takeshita at ringside, Endo was able to shockingly put Mysterio away with a Sky Twisted Press. After the match, Mysterio shook Endo's hand, wishing him the best in the rest of the tournament and saying he has high hopes for him in the future, words that are very welcome from such a successful veteran.
    Tetsuya Endo defeated Rey Mysterio in 17:26

    As all three men make their way to the back, the camera switches over to the backstage area where the Street Profits are standing by. Montez Ford speaks first, saying that last week he showed Nexus Reborn that there is someone in this company who can handle them. All the silly talk and theatrics are fun, but business got done, sadly at the fate of Austin Theory. Angelo Dawkins speaks next, saying that it doesn't matter if it's Austin Theory or Kenoh in that ring, the championships will come home to the rightful owners. Ford smiles at this and begins singing "We Are The Champions" as the duo walks off the screen laughing.
    Main Event: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Kenoh w/ Austin Theory

    And to main event the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi took on Nexus Reborn's Kenoh. Having just been mentioned by the Street Profits, Kenoh clearly had a lot on his mind during this match, but so did Tanahashi. The champion kept glancing at the stage as if something or someone were to enter at any second, perhaps HARPER. At one point when the match seemed to be all but over with Tanahashi about to perform the High Fly Flow, the lights went out for a moment. They came back on eventually, but Tanahashi had to fight an uphill battle against both Kenoh and Theory after losing that momentum. He eventually brought the match back to his favor and picked up the victory, but at what cost?
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Kenoh in 19:57

    After Tanahashi's victory, Theory would join Kenoh in the ring and begin beating down the champion, trying to send a message to their opponents at JCW Evolution. But the lights go out once more, and when they come back on, HARPER is standing in front of them with the JCW World Championship around his shoulder. The JCW Tag Team Champions exit the ring quickly and head to the back, leaving HARPER alone with the fallen champion. Tanahashi slowly gets back to his feet, but once he's up HARPER nails him with a championship shot to the head followed with a Discus Clothesline. The challenger closes the show out by sitting beside Tanahashi, championship around his shoulder and laughing to himself.
     
    Episode 64
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem

    To kick off the show, Milano Collection AT joins both Hiroshi Tanahashi and HARPER in the ring for the contract signing of their main event match at JCW Evolution. Before they sign, Tanahashi grabs the microphone on the middle of the table and says a few words to HARPER. Tanahashi says that this game he is playing is admirable and unlike anything he's ever seen, but at JCW Evolution, the facade drops. He may be tolerating this nonsense now, but when it comes to proving himself, Tanahashi never strays away from the challenge. He says HARPER has another thing coming if he thinks mind games will get him a victory at JCW Evolution, but he looks forward to the match nonetheless. He signs his name on the dotted line with HARPER following quickly in pursuit. With the championship still around his shoulder, HARPER turns around and walks to the back, not acknowledging Tanahashi's words in the slightest.
    Match 1: oVe (Sami Callihan & Jake Crist) vs Street Profits

    In the first match of the night, the Street Profits took on what's left of oVe. In this match, it seemed pretty one sided as oVe is clearly still struggling from the loss of Dave Crist, but the Profits were still able to impress. Ford cemented himself as one of the most athletic in the business while Dawkins was able to play to his weaknesses and showcase his incredible strength. After a massive Frog Splash to Crist, the match came to an end abruptly, much to the displeasure of the watching champions Theory and Kenoh. They appear on the titantron after the match, and the Profits wave at them to come down and get the smoke. They begin singing "We Want The Smoke" as the champions shake their heads and walk off, clearly not taking them seriously.
    Street Profits defeated oVe in 11:21
    Match 2: Wade Barrett vs CIMA w/ Ryusuke Taguchi

    Shortly after the Street Profits victory, JCW National Champion Wade Barrett took on CIMA. These two were polar opposites in terms of personality and in the ring which created what felt like legitimate animosity during their match. Barrett was in control for the majority of the match, but halfway through Ryusuke Taguchi would come to CIMA's corner in order to aid him. While the help was appreciated, Barrett was still able to taunt Taguchi while decimating CIMA, putting the veteran away with a convincing Wasteland followed by a lethal Bull Hammer, pinning him while staring Taguchi down.
    Wade Barrett defeated CIMA in 14:36

    Following Barrett's victory, the camera shifts backstage to show both Rich Swann and ACH. Swann says that in under a week he will face none other than Drew Gulak. Swann says that the two of them have a lot of history, history that he's sure Gulak hasn't forgotten either. To Swann, this is more than winning a championship or even cementing himself in JCW. This is an opportunity to prove himself against Drew Gulak, a man who seems to have had his number again and again. ACH steps in and says Swann is in the best shape of his life, and that if he was able to take Gulak to his limit, he has another thing coming when he faces Swann. Swann issues one final warning to Gulak, saying that he doesn't forget the past but he will do anything to make sure that he can erase that chapter for good from his memory.
    Main Event (JCW King of the Lightweights Secound Round): Kenny Omega vs Adam Cole

    To main event the show in perhaps one of the biggest matches in JCW history, Kenny Omega took on Adam Cole to decide who faces Tetsuya Endo in the finals of the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament. This was truly something of beauty, a match that a TV show was blessed to see. Both guys put it all on the line, with Cole pulling out some never before seen moves out of his repertoire. Eventually, it would be Kenny Omega getting his One Winged Angel reversed into a pinfall which he kicked out of, but coming up from the move allowed Cole to connect with the Last Shot to pick up a huge victory.
    Adam Cole defeated Kenny Omega in 22:15

    Following Cole's sensational victory, he is joined in the ring by none other than his opponent as JCW Evolution, Tetsuya Endo. Endo picks up a microphone and says that he was impressed by Cole's performance tonight and that he hopes he will bring the same intensity and fire in their match. Before he can continue speaking, Cole grabs the microphone from his hand and begins to speak. Cole says that he just defeated one of the best in the business and now Endo has the audacity to speak to him as if they are the same. Cole claims that the match will be nothing more than a walk in the park for him, and if Endo thinks otherwise he'll have to show him because so far he's not impressed. Endo snatches the microphone back and says he was simply trying to be respectful, but if it's a fight that Cole wants, it's certainly a fight that he's going to get. Endo now tosses the microphone aside and the two stand off in the ring, the tension thick enough to be cut with a knife.
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    Mikey reacted to Eric Shun in Eric Shun And The Flight To Egypt!   
    The following is a BPZ.com exclusive.



    The scene would start with an inside of a first class plane. Everything looked fantastic, champagne in glasses, comfortable reclining seats, window shutters for privacy. Even a TV screen in each compartment for inflight entertainment. The gold carpet floor and gold lights made it quite apparent that this was the Valor plane which would be taking the superstars to Egypt. Whilst some of the higher up stars like Slim and Creed may be flying privately, BPZ had set up a flight for those who couldn’t afford to have their own private jet. Slowly the plane began to fill up with officials, referees, and wrestlers. With the likes of Marc Aaron Newton, accompanied by Jenna Jameson, TheGRV, Austin Omega and many more. The last person to enter the plane would be Eric Shun, as he checked out the air hostesses as he walked down the aisle to his compartment in the back row, as far away from any females as possible. A few seconds later a muffled sound could be heard before the Pilot would begin to speak.

    Pilot: “Thank you for boarding this Emirates Airbus A380 flight to Cairo, Egypt. Welcome on board it is great to have you all with us tonight. Everybody is present and we are ready to leave. My co-pilot tonight is German pilot Fanny Chmelar. Just quickly though before we do indeed take off our cabin crew will run you through all the safety equipment and procedures just in case they are needed.”

    The muffled noise would again be heard as the pilot stopped talking before an air hostess would get up and begin to demonstrate.

    Air Hostess: “To fasten your seatbelt, inside the metal end into the buckle.”

    Whilst watching the demonstration Eric Shun couldn’t resist temptation. His hand slide into his pocket because of an itch and he began itching. That was all he was doing I promise, he definitely wasn’t having a wan-. Anyway, as the demonstration would go on, Eric Shun would mutter some things to himself as he itched.

    Eric Shun: “I’ll put my metal in your buckle.”

    Air Hostess: “To tighten, pull on the loose end of the strap, to undo your seatbelt lift the buckle cover. In case we are losing oxygen, oxygen masks will fall from the panels above your head.”

    Eric Shun: “Head? Yes please.”

    Air Hostess: “To use the mask, pull down on it fastly, secure it to your mouth and nose and attach round the back of your head with the elastic strap. Please breathe normally like I am demonstrating. Only when you have attended to yourself should you attend to children or other passengers.”

    Eric Shun: “I’ll let you attend to me anyday.”

    Air Hostess: “In case of emergency, there are six exits to the plane. Two doors at the rear of the plane.”

    Eric Shun: “I wanna see the rear of your plane.”

    Air Hostess: “Two doors in the middle of the plane, and two at the front of the plane. For your safety there is also a life jacket installed underneath your seat. When instructed put the jacket over your head, grab the straps and fasten tightly around your waist. To inflate the lifejacket there is a red string to pull, as well as a tube for further inflation. A whistle is also attached to help you call for attention. The lifejacket must not be inflated until you are outside of the aircraft. Thank you, and we wish you all a pleasant flight.”

    The air hostess would return to her seat as the flight would take off. Still Eric Shun was having fun with himself as the plane took off into the air. However, he wasn’t paying close attention to everything around him and Jenna Jameson had spotted what he was doing and had come over to his cabin.

    Jenna Jameson: “Hello Eric.”

    Eric Shun: “Oh uhh, hey.”

    As soon as he realised he had company, Erics itch would wonderfully go away.

    Jenna Jameson: “You stopped now?”

    Eric Shun: “I’ve only just started.”

    Jenna Jameson: “Room for one more?”

    Eric Shun: “Oh for sure.”

    Jenna Jameson would also squeeze into the cabin, before doing the shutter up so nobody could see what the pair were up to. It was all going well, until...

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    Mikey reacted to Alex Costa in A Sit Down Interview With Josh Trenton   
    Alex begins to speak as the tension is piling up

    Alex Costa: You seem a bit angry Josh. What's the matter? Listen I heard you little speech here to Mr Trenton and while normally I'd applaud it and agree with you there is something there I don't particularly agree with. You mention that you wanted to make this fight fair but I can see in your eyes and I think everyone can see it too. You are lying!
    Josh gets visibly upset at those words
    You never wanted this to be a fair fight since deep down you know that in a fair fight the current Joshua Scott can't beat me. So that's why you giving out this excuse that some voice told you to choose this ridiculous stipulation when deep down there is no silly voices. Only you!
    But let's talk about passion, let's talk about the fact that I've been here for the past 6 months working my ass off, facing some of the very best this company has to offer, while you Mr former Intercontinental Champion decided to walk away, because you realized that you couldn't cut it here anymore. Heck your only victories in the last tyear came against that weirdo that dresses as a character in a Kids show and that rich scrub friend of yours who is not even a real wrestler!
    Alex pauses for a bit though we can see Joshua Scott, getting more angry at every passing minute
    So excuse me if I don't buy out this theory of yours, at the end of the day I can see right through you Josh. You want this win so badly, you willing to do whatever it takes to suceed, even if it means forcing me into a handicap, knowing deep down you are that much of a coward to face me straight on!
    At being called a coward Josh snaps and rushes Alex, starting a brawl between the two of them

    Both men started brawling hard with each other as Josh Trenton rushes out the room to call out security who arrives after a couple of seconds seperating both men from each other.

    Josh walks away after a while having seemingly calmed down whereas Alex is on the ground, visibly upset but knowing he has proved a point today as the camera cuts backs to Heel, Sandman and Wallace who discuss what just happened here.
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    Mikey reacted to bailey14 in My World   
    The GOAT plays as out walks Bailey from the Crowd. Earlier tonight we saw the exclusive video from Kenji speaking on the match between his self and Bailey. Bailey enters the ring once again by himself here tonight as he grabs the microphone. He paces back and forth as he begins to speak not stopping his pacing at all.  
     
    We’re talking about worlds, my world is crazy. My world has challenges and challenges and roadblocks at every turn. In my world everyday I have all eyes on me. I have everyone speaking on me whether it’s good or bad. I have everyone and everything trying to drag me down and take me out. My world is dangerous. It’s not a place for everyone. It’s not even a place I wanna be in sometimes cause it’s just so fucked up and screws with your head. Always having to live up to expectations, always having to fight for your life. Everyday just trying to survive. Only the survival of the fittest can be in my world.  You’re right Kenji you are in my world now Mothafucker but it is not a world cut out for you. You can’t come into my world and win your way. You will die and you will die every single time. My world will chew you up and spit you out like you were nothing but a piece of trash. 
     
    You’re way Kenji just isn’t good enough for my World. In my world you gotta be ruthless and twisted. You gotta be demented in every way possible. You have to want to kill to be in my world. You have to be a Fucking Psychopath. That’s it there is no way around it. That is the reality I have to live with Kenji everyday. That’s why I am who I am. It’s because that’s what I have to be. It’s what I need to be. It’s what I need to be to survive in my own Goddamn World. You have it easy. It’s all rainbows and butterflies in your world. In your world you are definitely a Golden standard. In  pretty much everyone’s world you are a golden standard. You’re a great wrestler. You are a once in a lifetime talent in this ring. That’s all it takes in most people's worlds to succeed. You just gotta be a Good Wrestler with some charisma. And you got that and then some. But you challenged me Kenji. As you say you are taking the gamble of a lifetime. You are completely right because the moment you challenged me is the moment you did step into my world. And I like you a lot Kenji as I have already stated but you aren’t cut out for my world. Being a great wrestler means jack shit. I don’t give a shit that you know 50 or more different wrestling moves. I’m not here to wrestle you Kenji. I don’t wanna Wrestle you. I’m a fighter. I’m a brawler. I put my body on the line every time I step into this ring because that’s what I love to do. I love to fight. I love to come into this ring and absolutely knock the head off of someone. You don’t think like that and I don’t know if you ever could. 
    Bailey stops pacing now and just stands still as he continues to talk 
    You’re showing you couldn’t because you go and join fractions where it’s named after someone else. Someone else by the way that you are way better than. Everyone knows Kenji is better than FD. It's not even a question. But while you play with fire and enter my world. FD gets a fluke win and gets to play Champion? Kenji that should be you. You should be the Champ. That should have been you in that moment. Now I don’t know what happened in your head for a few months that caused you to go on a losing streak but you are 100 times better than FD. You should be where he is. Not taking the gamble of a lifetime. Not risking your whole entire career by challenging me. I know you have pride. I have pride too. But you should have not done this. Especially with the mindset that you are gonna come into my world and win your way. Your way just doesn’t work in my world. I promise you Kenji if you come into this match and try to out wrestle me you are going to get hurt. I don’t want to hurt you but I gotta do what I gotta do. 
     
    When that bell rings I don’t care about your potential, your future. I don’t care about any of that. I am coming to kill you Kenji. You’re in my World Kenji you need to understand that. Your humbled and Blessed mindset won’t work. I don’t care that you are grateful to share the ring with me. I don’t care about your compliments. If you want any chance to beat me. You need to come with that killer instinct. I don’t know if you have it in you at all but if you do you need to find it Kenji. You need to let it out. You need to come to Summerslam as a fighter, as a killer if you want any chance of surviving in my world. In fact I’m asking you right now to come take a step in my world and face me right now man to man.  So you can get your ass out here right now or I can come looking for you and give you a little sneak Preview of just what my world is Kenji. 
    Bailey stops talking and turns to the Ramp waiting for Kenji to come out and make his way to the ring 


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    Mikey reacted to Prince in Underestimate Me   
    We are back from commercials to see Prince in the ring, microphone in hand as we see a crowd watching in anticipation of what he is going to say. There is a fire in Prince’s eye as he looks around the arena before staring at the hard cam and raising his microphone to speak.
    “Honestly Jason, I was sitting backstage just staring at the screen and hearing the nonsense that you were spewing and I simply couldn’t help but laugh. At this point I dare anyone to talk about me and try insult me in a way that doesn’t include calling me a flop or bringing up my past, especially from people like Jason Ryan that has never been noteworthy to begin with.”
    Even from the first few sentences, the crowd recognize that with the intensity that Prince is displaying that he means business.
    “You want to come up here and call me the worst member of this brand? If what I have achieved makes me one of the worst on the roster then you’re not even worth sitting in catering! Of course, I had a rough patch but I don’t think people understand what being on the low-end does for a man. When you’re scrapping the bottom of the barrel you show yourself and everyone else how bad you truly want it by rising back up again, that’s the difference between me and people like you Jason Ryan. If you went through the shit that I’ve been through you would’ve drowned in your sorrows and never been able to come back. With me doing so, it makes me so much hungrier to succeed because I know that I can’t allow myself to sink that low again. You’ve mistaken the look I’ve had in my eyes for being vacant, when what it truly is determination and focus.”
    Prince begins pacing around the ring, hardly able to contain himself which invokes a strong, positive reaction from the Carnage audience.
    “You seem to hold yourself in such a high regard and I really got a question, for what? What about you thinks that you have the right to be so damn arrogant? All you’ve been through your career is a bootleg version of Necce, trying to carry of this cool, dark demeanor like you’re an emo teen that never left the phase. I honestly wish I could take that knife and shove it in my ears to stop myself from hearing you talk so much shit, honestly your finishing move should be how you can so easily create second hand embarrassment. You want to call yourself a star? The only star you are is a shooting one and I’ll be the guy that’s going to send your arse back down to earth and thus, reality.“
    The crowd is riled up now by the strong words that are being spoken by Prince, the intensity in them continuing to ramp up.
    “I’ll tell you what I tell a lot of the guys who talk about me these days, keep underestimating me. I love being able to prove all you people wrong when I step inside that circle. What a lot of guys fail to realise is that I’ve had it much worse than this. When I came into this company I was brash and arrogant, I pissed off the higher ups and so people thought I wouldn’t last five minutes. You know what I did in response? I fixed myself up and realised I controlled my own destiny and was too damn talented to waste my potential. I became a European champion, a tag team champion and a United States champion. At least I was able to create these high expectations of myself, no one thinks anything of you Jason. No one goes to a show today thinking ‘damn I can’t wait to see Jason Ryan wrestle!’. You will never be the main star even when you think so, you were always be a background singer while everyone knows that I can become the main act once again.”
    There is a lot of conviction as Prince in that last sentence, the focus that he mentioned earlier but absolutely clear in his eyes.
    “When we face in that strap match, I want you to keep that same energy about our history and I want you to tell me if it means shit once you feel that leather crack along your back. I dare you to call me a joke then, I dare you to try and tell me that I am not good enough anymore.”
    Without a second thought, Prince aggressively throws the microphone to the floor before exiting the ring and making his way backstage having felt he made a clear statement to everyone watching.
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    Mikey reacted to SirGoose in Opportunities   
    *The lights shut off and a fate sound of Batmetal starts playing. When the lights turn back on Ogre appeared kneeling on the stage* 
    Say, Jeff... We share something in common. We both trying to do something big at Valor chapter 2. I like that, we could have been friends but on August 15th I'm going to have to destroy you. I'm sorry to say this but on August the 15th...valor chapter 2 you will see another opportunity gone. *Ogre chuckle* I’m sorry I’m gonna have to destroy I’m the 15th but I am very hungry...I lost a friend and I’m dedicating that match to her so no one will get her n my way! I would do anything to win! Unlike you *Ogre grins* I accept your challenge. See you on the 15th Jeff...
    *No music played this time while Ogre got up and walk towards the backstage. His new necklace dangling around as he move*
     
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    Mikey reacted to Jeff in Opportunities   
    It's been a while..... I've seen opportunities vanish, titles won, matches booked. Now I haven't been apart of these, but there's a reason. You know theirs people out there that climb the ranks by jumping off ladders and crashing through tables. They risk their body for their one minute of fame then they fall off the face of the earth. This is a practice that I have seen repeated to many times. So many times that you think someone would be smart enough to avoid it, which I will, but it seems that everybody on this roster is too ignorant. However, unlike everybody else, I'm not blind to the everyday problem's we face. I don't do flippy shit, I don't go through tables, I don't crashed through ladders. What I do though is make an impact.
    I've been waiting for the right time to strike. I need something that will get the eyes on me, that will elevate me to the top. Everybody has there eyes on Valor Chapter Two, but I'm going to rip those eyes out and point them straight at me. At Valor Chapter Two I will be there in that ring. I want anybody, anybody who wants to face me, to come out here and accept my challenge. Because whoever comes out and agrees to face me, will be the first victim of Siege. At Valor Chapter 2, my chapter starts, and my climb to the top begins. Valor is about to be... SIEGED.
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    Mikey reacted to Addy in Warning Shot   
    Resting ambience as lights around the Valor arena switched off one by one. Eventually...sirens. A spotlight cast upon Addy as he made his way out onto the stage microphone in hand. No gesture, no emotion; the beast of Whitemoor stared out to the sea of people, a tense teeth grit snarl forming as he made his way to the ring taking no time to get there. "And so it has come, children. It is time that I expose sin, highlight the truth and lay my wise judgement down for you to all hear accordingly...Ladies and Gentlemen, tonight is the beginning of the end for Austin Omega. Tonight brings a declaration of war." Addy would pace side to side laying his microphone down. His tone was sharp and rapid and his emotion was now apparent. The beast was stirred up. "You see, Austin Omega I have allowed you to run your mouth about me going from one poor excuse for an insult to another and it is long past that I lay down my righteous reckoning. You dare be so audcaious to belittle and underestimate my power and for that you shall now pay." Addy would pause, cynically stroking his beard in thought and mumbling a "hmmm" "But where should I start? I know! The beginning. Austin Omega welcome to the first testament to demise. After winning the NXT title off me; whilst I was injured, I shall note! You came back here with your newly won title and you spoke about how I am handed everything on a "Silver Platter"...Is that so, Austin Omega? Did I survive 10 years in a maximum security prison for crimes I had no choice but partaking in as I had to care for my dying mother one way or another all on a silver platter? Was I thrown out my home at HM Whitemoor into this vile world into this rotten society...On a silver platter? Make no mistake, if you knew anything of me then you would know that my lodging in the Mafia Mansion is an exact replica of my cell back home, I am fed what suits my dietary needs only and I do not indulge in activities other than reading, writing and training...Training to end your career. Does that sound like a silver platter to you? I am a natural leader, a born speaker and I am a Messiah to the voiceless, do you think that the fact I have allies here means I receive opportunity on a silver platter? You think I need a squad to help me win a match and carry me?! Do you think I needed an extra hand when I pointed a fully loaded firearm in the face of a 82 year old lady at the age of 21?!"  Addy would yank the microphone down before he could unravel any further, his rage building and building all evident in his red raw face. He'd take a moment before raising the microphone back to his mouth, his hand trembling. The crowd would halt their applause as he began once more. "Austin Omega, I said that tonight I would be telling some truths. The truth is, Child...That you need to cease the blasphemy about me and pray to the man above that at Exodus I don't take your life for what you have said and done to me. Halt your words for you cannot compete with a silver tongue like my own and pray that your in ring ability can help you survive the onslaught!" Addy would begin calm and composed that time but would once again find his voice full of emotion as he snapped once more. His breathing would be heavy as he'd pace some more,. Eventually a calmer mind would prevail "You know Austin I spoke to you previously about the pathways the lord takes you down. I said that so far in our careers the two of us had been very successful, so much so in fact that the two of us were on a collision course for the NXT championship. At the time I was unsure of my path here, the championship we now fight over was yet to be revealed and I was hellbent on denouncing your cause. I see now that you pathway led you down the way of the NXT championship, it was not my path to take...However the number one contenders match for this title shall be different. You can have the NXT Championship, enjoy it...This Championship however belongs to the lord...Please don't get in my way for your own sake. I find acceptance in knowing that the NXT Championship belongs to you for now, it is time you wise up and realise that this championship is to be mine." Addy would now be speaking much more solemnly, human like almost. The crowd would cheer as Addy would seemingly give in to his conflicting thoughts and speak with an ounce of respect but...Addy would snap once more, his rage returning. "But it can't be like that can it...You, just like many others are consumed by greed. You beat down the weak and helpless like you did when you defeated me just a day after I was brutally attacked by a mob and now...Now you think you are immortal. You see yourself as a deity after tasting success but rest assured I will humble you when we meet again. Listen to my words very carefully Austin Omega...If you do not find peace with your singular title, my hand will be forced to not only eliminate your chances of taking this one...But I shall take the NXT championship too. The man you shall meet at Exodus will not be the same being you met at King Of The Ring, no...At Exodus you will meet a man willing to give...and take. The most dangerous man is a man in desperation. Not like your desperate attempts to insult me, no. But the desperation for revenge, for survival and for what is rightfully his.  With each and every day I pull more and more hair out of my scalp at the thought of facing the man who pillaged my broken body, once again. I DREAMED of facing you again. I dreamed of crushing your windpipe and watching you squirm. Innocent, sweet little dreams, pure ficition right? Wrong. Because I woke up from that dream hearing that it was to come true. I gave thanks to the lord for showing me my way out of all of this and finally showing me my path. After Exodus I shall finally be of sound mind once more. You kicked the hornets nest when you beat me, Austin, but this time you cannot run away. You cannot escape my wrath and the swift counter shall arrive at Chapter 2 when I not only bring you back down to earth but drag you straight to hell. You have woken a foul beast. Do not respond, do not reply." Addy's wild beady eyes would finally rest, looking down at the mat he stood in. He'd purse his lips and would shake his head lightly "The worst is yet to come. This war is far from over. I have so much more to say...Until then Austin Omega, watch your back..." Addy's theme would play as he would cast the microphone out the ring. He'd drop and roll under the ropes going back up the stage and leaving. There were clear emotion left in his pearls. Throughout his verbal assault he would repeatedly try and contain his emotion and after every failure to do so...he would still try. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”-Albert Einstein
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    Mikey reacted to Angelo in The Past Becomes The Present   
    "AK-17 is the past!" ….
    ….
    "It ruled a disgraced tag team division!"
    ….

    "Stop living in the past, and move on to the future…" 
    Valor returns from commercial break as a quick recap of Bart and Smith's segment plays, showing both men's thoughts on their challenge in AK-17 and what Echo has stated towards them recently on Carnage. Now we're shown to a bar in an unknown town with Angelo sitting at the bar with a glass of pint. 
    "Very well Bart. I get it. I do. You see a tag team from the past come alive after years and form to come after the tag titles they held. And you don't want that. I get it Bart, I do. You want fresh new tag teams, right? New stars, right? Hell you would of been happier if I picked Arius or Tamer as my partner. No. While I respect their work, no, it makes no sense to me. And what I do is calculated work dog. I never would of thought that what this match would turn into was what it became. I never expected Echo's words to you two, but I didn't expect yours Bart. After everything that was laid in that ring you go and try to discredit everything that was put into AK-17. You discredit our presence in today's tag division because it's not something new? Because it's just like how Flynn and Necce were put back together, huh?
    We're nothing like Necce and Flynn. We're not two overdrive riden egomaniacs who use each other for success when one is fading into obsolete. I never worried about that and Echo has shown that as well. You and Smith have definitely shown that as well. I mean… let's be honest Bart. I know the real reason of this distain you have to us. Karico Brand. You guys were the tag team we defeated at Halloween Havoc 2017 to win those Tag Team Championships you have over your shoulder. I defeated the brand I was in once upon a time. Yeah, for the wrestling historians out there that follow BPZ, I joined the Karico Brand. Things were going fine, then I killed the group from the inside. I admit it. I used the Karico Brand. And it did play out to my advantage as I won gold shortly there after. And I've apologized over and over and over again, but you couldn't let go of that past Bart. 
    A disgrace of a tag team division, that you were apart of. When you guys held the belts first, let's be honest, that's when the tag division died. But I cannot blame you and Prince, I cannot. 2017 was a horrible year for the tag division team wise. But yet, through out all the teams, doesn't matter if the belts were held by Pride or Karico Brand or whoever, one reign people will remember was the reign of change me and Echo Wilson pushed for in a division that needed change. We weren't set for no challengers like Karico Brand seemed to be, no we pushed people to go for us. That's what Champions do. And you finally learned that Bart just recently. That's why you made this match for the Tag Team Championships. Hell when there was other men who claim to be deserving backstage, you guys picked me. Why?
    Why…….
    ……
    ………
    For an easy fucking win!
    I know what this whole plan is! I'm not stupid, hell, I'm probably the smartest man for this company and anything to do with wrestling. Creed, can have anything they want. Any team they want. Yet they pick me. Why is that? Not because of the respect they have for me. Because they know that I lose. They know I'm thirty wins to my hundred something losses. They knew they could get another win under their belt just to say "hey we defended the titles". But I ruined those plans when I brought Echo in. Yeah, Backlash 2019 you faced and defeated Echo Wilson to retain the Undisputed Championship in what could of been a defining moment for your career. Keyword, could of. Instead, you faced a drugged out shell of Echo Wilson and yet, you walked around liked you beat the absolute best. You haven't, because when the time came to face someone one hundred percent in a singles match, you choked. Watching your match I thought I was watching an Abella Danger video with the performance you've done. Guess we can say you and Echo both dropped the ball there. But you both came back, better than ever. You came back, got together with Smith and Sameer and Julius and formed Creed, gaining those titles. While Echo came back, won the Premium Championship and defeated an game Jason Ryan in his own match. 
    This was about respect, but not when your loaded weapon shoots off at the mouth. Yeah Echo started it, and immediately after I talked to him about it. But you, oh you Bart you had to bring me negatively into this. Smith tried his best to be respectful, but when you two trash the name of a team that I put my heart, my blood, my sweat, my tears into to make work, I take that as the up most disrespect. I take it as a shot to me, and a shot to my hard work and my dedication. And I don't like that. Not one bit. 
    Not when I earned everything I put my work into, not get handed it like a title reign, is that right Bart? 
    But I could feel like I'm in the same boat, giving how I was "handed" this opportunity, not like I haven't worked my ass off in every aspect, hell especially working backstage as much as I do to give all of you a better opportunity with guys who could USE THE FUCKING BRASS RING I NEVER GOT AND MAKE THEIR OWN SPOTLIGHT NO I GET "FUCK YOU BRAD YOU EARNED NOTHING!" WELL FUCK YOU!"
    Angelo slams his shot glass down as his fist shakes and shakes. He then tosses the shot glass off the bar counter and it smashes into the wall, the music cutting off and everyone looking over, a few gasps heard. A few people walk to Angelo and ask a couple of questions before he brushes past them and heads outside.
    "I've tried to be the nice guy. I've been backstage in Valor meetings pushing for the future. But this is what I get? I never wished for it, but people sense the feeling to be like that. They never understand what I go through in an daily life but it's fine. I've always shown why I deserve everything I get. And I don't mind doing that by having match of the night, feud of the night, and winning the titles to show that. 
    AK-17 is the past, will be the present, and forever will be the future of tag team wrestling. 
    I will show why I am the Greatest Of All Time. I'm Angelo, and that's all that's needed. Recognize."
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    Mikey reacted to Alyx Wilde in I Am The Sickness   
    A dimly lit figure sits on the railing of the Burnside Bridge in NW Portland, hundreds of feet above the Willamette River. As the camera comes into focus we get a better look at the man, he's wearing a black denim jacket and torn jeans tucked into leather boots, the smoke from his cigarette clouds his face for a moment before dissipating to reveal messy, curly locks of dark blonde hair resting just above his icy, piercing blue eyes...those eyes. It's... it's Alyx Wilde.  He doesn't look much different from when we last saw him, but he doesn't look the same either. His once lean, muscular appearance has given way to a much skinnier one, his jawline and cheekbones look as if they may rip through his skin at any moment, and just below those very cheekbones on the right side of his face, a long, deep scar. He looks like Alyx Wilde, just...more damaged, sicker almost. As the camera focuses on his face we finally see what light source is gently illuminating him in the cold pitch black of Oregon night. Not headlights, nor streetlights of the usually busy city of Portland, but a small projector placed on the other side of the bridge, casting what appears to be a highlight reel of his once decorated career across half of his face.  Just as we start to make out the images being projected, the reel suddenly flickers and burns out, leaving nothing but a soft white like shining delicately on the face of the former Triple Crown Champion. He takes a deep puff from his cigarette before exhaling, leaving the smoke to dance in the soft, ambient light.
    You know...I can't tell you how many times I've come to this bridge. Sometimes it was just to clear my mind and sometimes...sometimes it was because I was gonna throw myself off. But...but I never did. I never did cause...cause I don't think it would kill me. I don't think I can be killed. I know that probably sounds insane but...trust me, I've tried. I've spent my entire life trying to die. Whether it was Wrestling or MMA , I turned bleeding into my career. I dedicated years and years of my life into bleeding in front of thousands of people who couldn't care less because I thought maybe, somehow, that would cure me. But it didn't.
    And you know, I don't watch those highlights to reminisce on good times or whatever the fuck, I watch them cause I don't remember any of it. I don't remember any of it cause every time I stepped into a BPZ ring I was too high to remember anything, I was too high to feel my body, I didn't want too.
    What? What, do you really think I came up "Cuddlezworth" without taking a little acid?
    Wilde lets out a giggle that turns into a loud, almost involuntary and uncomfortable laugh before tightly clenching his jaw and wincing as if he's in pain. He shuts his eyes tightly for a long, tense moment before sighing deeply and hitting his cigarette one last time before tossing it behind him, off the bridge and into the river below. He looks down at his hands, all of his knuckles have the same faint purple tinge, bruised time and time again. Wilde digs his thumb nail into his other hand as he begins to speak again in his raspy, almost frail voice.
    My whole life I've told myself that I'm just a sick guy, an otherwise normal guy whose just unlucky enough to have an illness like thousands of other people. But that's not true. I don't have an illness...I am an illness.... I am the sickness. I'm a sickness that can't be cured, I'm a sickness that can't be killed. Sure, like any sickness, I go away sometimes. But I'm never gone. Maybe you can't see me but I am always there, waiting. Waiting to see who I can infect next, waiting to see who is vulnerable enough for me to drag down into my pit of filth and misery and pain. You can hate me all you want, plenty of people do but can you blame me? I mean, after all, that's just what sickness does, isn't it?
    When you least expect it, it plants it's knee in your chest and it wraps its fingers around your throat and it squeezes and squeezes until there's nothing you can do but lay there and watch as everything you thought you knew about your past, present, and future leaks and pours out of every pore, every fiber of your being....and just when you think it can't possibly get any worse...well. Well, that's the thing about sickness...it always finds a way. It finds a way to some how, some way, squeeze even tighter than before until you feel like your eyes are about to pop out of your skull, you feel your own blood that's spent years keeping you alive start to fill your mouth, suffocating you...and you spend the final moments of a life you once loved, praying for it all to be over. That's what sickness is. That's what I am.
    As Wilde finishes delivering finishing that chilling message his body begins to tremble slightly, as if he is either deeply excited or scared of the words leaving his scarred lips. His purple knuckles turn white as he tightly grips the railing beneath him.
    And I...am back. But this time, I'm not here to cure myself...I'm here to spread the disease.
    A sinister grin crawls across the face of Alyx Wilde, slowly stretching the corners of his mouth towards his ears. His cold, menacing eyes are staring daggers into the camera when suddenly the projector fires back on violently, flickering brightly for a moment before projecting nothing but the image of a skull across half his face as his smile slowly fades away.

     
     
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    Mikey reacted to Gwynfro in Back Down That Road   
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    bpz.com Exclusive
    A small video segment is posted to bpz.com, documenting the immediate fallout from a seismic match announcement for one of BPZ's biggest events of the year, Summerslam. Following his confrontation and defiant challenge to the leader of Death Riders for a match at such a hallowed event, Bailey accepted the challenge, but at a price. The video begins with a tracking camera following The Golden Supernova backstage as he exits the stage through the curtain into gorilla position. He walks past the production crew through to the hallway, the fiery passion and determination that was crackling from him just a minute ago has receded, his face paled slightly. He absentmindedly fiddles with the cufflink on his suit and bites the inside of his cheek before letting out an exhale.
    KENJI: "I suppose I should have seen that coming...."
    "....The minute I think I've finally made that step to take myself to the level, the biggest of wrenches is thrown into it all. Facing someone with the status of Bailey, it's not unfamiliar. I've faced former world champions before, people that have been tentpoles of this company, that's not what's stopping me. I've tried to get myself away from what I was, but Bailey's stipulation....I don't know, that could bring it all back, and that's the last thing I want".
    "Around this time last year, I was at rock bottom. The only thing to my name was an acclaimed match, and a plentiful dose of losses to show for it. I wasn't even some legendary veteran, or a former champion. I was a rookie who couldn't gain any traction, despite the goodwill. That was until, through unhealthy amounts of pride and stupidity, I accepted a match that changed me forever. It was the seed that bloomed into what I became. The overgrown roots that I've been tending for months now. That cursed Barbed Wire.....all of it from the twisted mind of one man who thought they could beat me in an unknown battlefield. It was an Emergence alright, it certainly was. That was when my career in BPZ really started to skyrocket, but looking back, that match cost me more than I care to admit".
    "And now....Bailey wants to pull me back into that dark world. I beat his Death Riders henchman Jason Ryan in my world, in that ring. No more, no less. Even if he wanted to bring his tools of pain with him. I overcame that threat, something I've grown very accustomed to over my time here. That was a match in my element, I've wanted to keep myself away from the chaos of that Barbed Wire match ever since. I get my Summerslam opponent, but I don't know what it will cost me, never mind if I'm staring at the lights, or with my hands raised in victory. With just three words, Bailey has made me go back on all the determination I built up to challenge him."
    "What's even more gutwrenching and painful is that both he and I know that killer instinct is within me somewhere, we've seen it before. But I can't let myself be taken in by it anymore. The Resonator was success at a heavy price, and I won't win that way, not anymore. He's taken quite the turn from when I debuted. Bailey was main eventing BPZ Mania IV, but now, he's a dangerous, rabid dog. I don't know why he's gone this way, but he's fallen for the same temptation that I did. He got a taste of the Resonator's fire in the Clapspiracy Tag Tournament, and he wants more. Well, I'm sorry, Bailey. But that isn't the KENJI you'll get at Summerslam. I won't let that be the KENJI you face.....even if you force it...."
    KENJI sounds uncertain of himself, not a common sight for the Golden Supernova
    KENJI: "Maybe he knows what really makes a superstar. Why am I saying maybe, of course he does. He's a 6-Time World Heavyweight Champion, so something in his ethos must be doing something right. The last time I let that instinct take over it was the most successful I've ever been in my career. Maybe embracing that rush is what makes someone capable of calling themselves a World Champion....to be recognised as 'The GOAT'. Maybe I'm pushing away what will get me to the very top, where I want to be...where I need to be. I joined FD-Gun because I want more from myself, and the only way is through you, Bailey. Whether it's against my better interest of success and championships, that is my way forward, not back down that road littered with broken dreams and fire in its wake. One of my best chances is to be someone you haven't faced. You know The Resonator, but you've never faced the Supernova. I said this was a gamble, and I meant it".
    "My way, Bailey. I'm going to come to your world, and win in my way. That holds more value to me than any of your championships, or your main events. When I hold that over you, only then to I stand a chance of beating one of the biggest names in BPZ History".
    The Golden Supernova's drive has returned, but his willingness and stubbornness to not embrace the chaos of Bailey's stipulation is a risky game, only time will tell if it pays off.
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    Mikey reacted to Isaiah Carter in Revenge   
    The Carnage crowd explodes into a fury of cheers as they look towards the entrance ramp as a flood of white light fills the stage, in the ring, Raven looks on with a shocked expression on his face as the man who he helped put out of action a few months ago steps out on stage. As for the first time since his surgery, Isaiah Carter is in the Carnage arena. Sporting a BPZ branded T-Shirt with his classic black joggers he makes his way to the ring with a smile on his face. Isaiah steps into the ring and as he does, Meko runs towards him. But the quickness of Carter allows him to dodge the shot, reversing it into a move of his own, the No Regret!!!

    Raven rolls out of the ring holding his neck as the crowd explodes once again, Isaiah stands up with a smile plastered on his face as he is handed a microphone and with all the energy in the world begins to speak
    "DO I HAVE EVERYONES ATTENTION NOW"
    "Now that prick I just laid out, yeah he may of roughed me up a few months ago but right here right now look what is happening, I am standing in the ring feeling better then ever and he is knocked out cold. If that doesn't tell you who the hell I am then you better keep watching because if you're new around hear I promise you'll know who I am soon. My name, is Isaiah Carter and I am the hottest thing on Carnage, I am the man who is going to take what Carnage has become and save it. You're looking at the future of this brand and I am done playing around. I am no longer going to sit in the shadows, nursing an injury, I am no longer going to let guys like FD take this brand I love and turn it into a carnival show"
    "And that brings me to now, to right now and why I am back. I am back to do one thing and it started with the man I just took out, I am going for the Universal Championship and I am going to rip it from the hands of FD and I will do whatever it takes and I will take out whoever it takes. KENJI, Alex Costa, Flynn, the whole damn Carnage locker room I am not taking no for an answer. So, FD, my friend you have one choice. Either I keep beating the ever living shit out of your buddy, or you come out here and give me what I want...hell, anyone in that locker room, come on out."
    Isaiah Carter drops the mic, sitting down in the center of the ring as he looks towards the entrance ramp, is FDS or another Carnage ,member going to come out? 
     
     
     
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    Mikey reacted to Meko750 (Raven) in Revenge   
    One week before we see the qualifying matches for the North American championship match at SummerSlam, we see one of the eight men looking to earn a shot at the prestigious prize in Raven come out to the arena. Raven is decked out in a fancy suit, bright red sunglasses and a new entrance theme backing him to boot. As Raven enters the ring, he does a brief taunt to the crowd, mouths the word "Ichiban," and returns to the center of the ring with microphone in hand.

    Seven more days, everyone. Seven more days until we learn the field at SummerSlam. Seven more days until I see who I have to bowl through to claim the championship I've so eagerly craved for over a year. It may be current tag partners, former rivals, or the future of this very industry, but at SummerSlam, their status means nothing. They're just lambs to the slaughter, and the Meatcastle is ready to feast.
    That's getting ahead of myself, though...Next week, I'm set to face Buddy Ace in my qualifier, and I've already expressed my feelings on the man. I see a lot of talent in him, endless potential, and a similar hunger that I feel for the North American championship. We both had a chance to be the first ever North American champions, and we both failed. However, Buddy...That's not what people know us for. 
    What people know me for is pretty obvious. Making history, being a three time NXT and US champion...And more recently, putting your tag partner on the shelf indefinitely. But you, Buddy...Your greatest moment is a bit more defined. The 2020 BPZ Rumble. It was you, Arius and Bailey as the final three, and you never looked out of place. Not for a moment. You had the crowd firmly behind you, egging you on, praying for that underdog victory...And even though it never came, that was the spark you needed to finally start putting things together. You won the US title from me the next month, and you were given the honor of competing for the North American championship at BPZ Mania...But what happened, Buddy? Where did the spark go? From what I can tell, since BPZ Mania, you've been desperately scratching for another moment to propel you forward...And from the looks of it, you want that moment to be next week in our Bar Room Brawl.
    People have asked me why I chose the Over the Top Rope Challenge, and it isn't just because I've been known as the "Battle Royal Master..." It's much deeper than that. Much more symbolic. You had your greatest moment six months ago in the BPZ Royal Rumble, and you came so close to making headlines and main eventing BPZ Mania...It didn't happen, but that was still a moment you can take pride in for the rest of your career. I didn't have such luck. I make no excuses, it was my fault for signing up to compete in three different matches that night and drawing the ire of Bulletproof...But I wanted to test something. I wanted to know if it was me in that situation, would I have fared better? That's why I wanted this Over the Top Rope Challenge. To take us back to your greatest moment, and to see if that's the spark you needed to get back on track, or if I should've been in that spot instead six months ago. But ultimately, it doesn't matter now. The fans voted for the Bar Room Brawl, and I can't say I blame them. When given the choice between beating someone with symbolism and beating them over the head with a beer bottle, I guess I can see why the second option is more enticing.
    But now, Buddy...There's no excuses. Your home field. Your advantage. A bar room brawl, the very same venue where you showed your true colors and aligned with the Death Riders...That's where we settle this dispute of ours once and for all. It's gonna be a hell of a fight, and I hope to god that you bring your best, because if you don't...There's a nice hospital bed sitting right next to Isaiah Carter. And I'm sure the two of you would just love the chance to catch up.
    (Reply Planned)
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    Mikey reacted to Arius in Valor Chapter 2: Exodus (August 15th, 2020)   
    "No mystery am I"
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    Mikey got a reaction from Gwynfro in BPZ Booking Division 3.0   
    Episode 65
    JCW Evolution
    Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Wade Barrett (c) vs Ryusuke Taguchi

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi had his chance of redemption against JCW National Champion Wade Barrett. With no one from Nexus Reborn at his side, Barrett had a pretty tough match against Taguchi. His veteran instinct that he spoke about was able to get him far against the champion by expertly evading Barrett's heavy strikes and countering appropriately. But even when Barrett missed, he could take the punishment as well. After over 15 minutes into the match, Taguchi seemed to have the contest won, but after leaping off the second rope in a crossbody, Barrett was able to swing around and clock him square in the jaw with a Bullhammer, pinning him for the victory.
    After the match, Barrett is joined in the ring by Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura, and the beatdown commences. After a few minutes, Barrett grabs a microphone and speaks. He says this is a warning to anyone in the back who thinks they have what it takes to beat him. He has the kindness and generosity to grant those who deserve it title matches, and yet they spit it back in his face. The next time it happens, he won't so forgiving as to end the match in one swift move.
    Wade Barrett defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 15:17, retaining the JCW National Championship.
    Match 2 (Exhibition Match): Kenny Omega vs Xavier Woods

    In the second match of the night, Kenny Omega took on Xavier Woods in an attempt to regain some momentum after having lost to Adam Cole last week. This match was a pretty good showing for both men, and while Woods was on defense for the majority of the match, he was still able to get in a few moves and prove to the JCW audience what he's all about. But in the end, he would fall to Omega after he hit Croyt's Wrath, picking up yet another victory.
    Kenny Omega defeated Xavier Woods in 8:45
    Match 3 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs Rich Swann w/ ACH

    To follow up Omega's victory, Rich Swann challenged Drew Gulak for his coveted JCW Breakout Championship. These two have history, and that was a large part in this match. Swann was able to evade Gulak's technical and striking prowess for the majority of the match, using his speed to his advantage. This swing in momentum allowed ACH to watch from ringside proudly, not having to get involved at all. However, a landing moonsault that resulting in the tweaking of Swann's leg was enough for Gulak to capitalize on. After targeting Swann's left leg relentlessly, he was eventually able to lock in a leg bar to submit Swann for the victory, laughing at ACH in the process.
    Drew Gulak defeated Rich Swann in 12:41, retaining the JCW Breakout Championship
    Match 4 (Exhibition Match): Rowan vs Minoru Tanaka

    Following the highly contested match between Gulak and Swann, Rowan stepped up onto the stage for his debut match against Minoru Tanaka. This match was a dominating one for Rowan. For the match's four minute span, Rowan was able to massacre Tanaka and frankly do whatever he wanted to hit. Heavy blow after heavy blow led to a referee stoppage after Tanaka was seemingly knocked unconscious on the mat. Rowan would celebrate his victory by picking up the unconscious Tanaka and nailing him with a chokeslam to cement the deed.
    Rowan defeated Minoru Tanaka by referee stoppage in 4:05
    Match 5 (JCW Tag Team Championships): Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) (c) vs The Street Profits

    Next up on the card is the JCW Tag Team Championship match between Nexus Reborn's Austin Theory and Kenoh and the Street Profits. To say the least, this match was a great one. All four men showed excellent chemistry in the ring together and meshed really well. It was clear that the Profits had more experience as a team than the champions, but they were lacking singles experience, something the champions capitalized on. They made sure only one member was present and that the other was completely isolated, a tactic that would prove to be detrimental to the Profits' chances of winning. In the end, Ford was taken out by a double superkick from the champions followed by a Ragou to Dawkins that secured the champions their victory.
    Nexus Reborn defeated The Street Profits in 19:29, holding onto their JCW Tag Team Champonships
    Match 6 (Exhibition Match): WARHORSE vs Cody Hall

    Following the tag contest, WARHORSE took on Cody Hall in his debut match. Much like Rowan a few matches earlier, WARHORSE was able to have his way with Hall. His speed over Hall came in big time for him as he was quickly able to set up Hall for a massive lifting knee strike followed by a Double Foot Stomp off the top rope, flattening Hall on the mat and securing himself a victory in his debut match.
    WARHORSE defeated Cody Hall in 3:28
    Match 7 (JCW King of the Lightweights Finals): Adam Cole vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the semi main event of the show, the King of the Lightweights tournament concluded with a brilliant match between Adam Cole and Tetsuya Endo. Endo's rise to this spot was nothing short of impressive after initially not having been signed to any company, and this was his big test against one of the best in the world in Adam Cole. Cole was clearly favoring a slower pace throughout the match because of his grueling contest with Kenny Omega the week prior, and Endo's speed was able to get Cole on defense for much of the match. Halfway through, the momentum switched back over to Cole after he just connected with a superkick. From this point on, it was a match of smarts over athleticism. Cole's slowed pace made Endo have to adjust his style, something he was able to do. He hung in the match with Cole until the very last moment where Cole nailed Endo with a second Last Shot to secure himself the victory and championship.
    Adam Cole defeated Tetsuya Endo in 23:15, winning both the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament and the JCW Lightweight Championship
    Main Event (JCW World Heavyweight Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs HARPER

    In the main event of the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi defended his championship against HARPER. HARPER has held onto his title since last month's JCW Revolution: Tokyo, and this was Tanahashi's big chance to get the title back into his hands. That proved to be something easier said than done as HARPER was able to take it to Tanahashi straight away, not letting him get any breathing room. The much larger HARPER was able to muscle Tanahashi around the ring for nearly five minutes, landing strike after strike and setting himself up for success. But eventually, Tanahashi was able to break through HARPER's power with some well placed strikes to his legs, slowing the big man down. Despite his old age, Tanahashi was still able to ramp up the pace and blow by HARPER, flipping the momentum of the match. HARPER was still able to keep Tanahashi at bay, dragging the match on longer and longer which favored the challenger. But despite all odds, Tanahashi was able to land a massive slingblade and quickly follow it up with not one, not two, but three High Fly Flows for the pinfall victory.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated HARPER in 21:47

    After Tanahashi's brutal victory and when he finally gets his hands back on his championship, the lights go out. They remain off for a few seconds, but when they come back on, HARPER is joined in the ring by Rowan and WARHORSE. The champion looks at the three of them with a confused but frightful expression on his face, and at that moment all three of them rush at him. They begin laying into him with punches and forearms. He eventually falls to the ground, allowing HARPER and Rowan to grab him as WARHORSE ascends to the top rope, diving off in a Double Foot Stomp. Tanahashi gasps in pain as Rowan gets him back to his feet before nailing him with a Big Boot. Tanahashi stumbles backward into a Discus Clothesline from HARPER. The trio stand over Tanahashi with grins on their faces. WARHORSE hands HARPER and a microphone and the big man utters his first words in JCW. "Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the Dark Order. HAPRER, Rowan, and WARHORSE. Do yourselves a favor and stay out of our way." With these words, HARPER drops the microphone on Tanahashi's fallen body and the three men pose to close the show.
  17. Like
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    Episode 65
    JCW Evolution
    Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Wade Barrett (c) vs Ryusuke Taguchi

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi had his chance of redemption against JCW National Champion Wade Barrett. With no one from Nexus Reborn at his side, Barrett had a pretty tough match against Taguchi. His veteran instinct that he spoke about was able to get him far against the champion by expertly evading Barrett's heavy strikes and countering appropriately. But even when Barrett missed, he could take the punishment as well. After over 15 minutes into the match, Taguchi seemed to have the contest won, but after leaping off the second rope in a crossbody, Barrett was able to swing around and clock him square in the jaw with a Bullhammer, pinning him for the victory.
    After the match, Barrett is joined in the ring by Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura, and the beatdown commences. After a few minutes, Barrett grabs a microphone and speaks. He says this is a warning to anyone in the back who thinks they have what it takes to beat him. He has the kindness and generosity to grant those who deserve it title matches, and yet they spit it back in his face. The next time it happens, he won't so forgiving as to end the match in one swift move.
    Wade Barrett defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 15:17, retaining the JCW National Championship.
    Match 2 (Exhibition Match): Kenny Omega vs Xavier Woods

    In the second match of the night, Kenny Omega took on Xavier Woods in an attempt to regain some momentum after having lost to Adam Cole last week. This match was a pretty good showing for both men, and while Woods was on defense for the majority of the match, he was still able to get in a few moves and prove to the JCW audience what he's all about. But in the end, he would fall to Omega after he hit Croyt's Wrath, picking up yet another victory.
    Kenny Omega defeated Xavier Woods in 8:45
    Match 3 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs Rich Swann w/ ACH

    To follow up Omega's victory, Rich Swann challenged Drew Gulak for his coveted JCW Breakout Championship. These two have history, and that was a large part in this match. Swann was able to evade Gulak's technical and striking prowess for the majority of the match, using his speed to his advantage. This swing in momentum allowed ACH to watch from ringside proudly, not having to get involved at all. However, a landing moonsault that resulting in the tweaking of Swann's leg was enough for Gulak to capitalize on. After targeting Swann's left leg relentlessly, he was eventually able to lock in a leg bar to submit Swann for the victory, laughing at ACH in the process.
    Drew Gulak defeated Rich Swann in 12:41, retaining the JCW Breakout Championship
    Match 4 (Exhibition Match): Rowan vs Minoru Tanaka

    Following the highly contested match between Gulak and Swann, Rowan stepped up onto the stage for his debut match against Minoru Tanaka. This match was a dominating one for Rowan. For the match's four minute span, Rowan was able to massacre Tanaka and frankly do whatever he wanted to hit. Heavy blow after heavy blow led to a referee stoppage after Tanaka was seemingly knocked unconscious on the mat. Rowan would celebrate his victory by picking up the unconscious Tanaka and nailing him with a chokeslam to cement the deed.
    Rowan defeated Minoru Tanaka by referee stoppage in 4:05
    Match 5 (JCW Tag Team Championships): Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) (c) vs The Street Profits

    Next up on the card is the JCW Tag Team Championship match between Nexus Reborn's Austin Theory and Kenoh and the Street Profits. To say the least, this match was a great one. All four men showed excellent chemistry in the ring together and meshed really well. It was clear that the Profits had more experience as a team than the champions, but they were lacking singles experience, something the champions capitalized on. They made sure only one member was present and that the other was completely isolated, a tactic that would prove to be detrimental to the Profits' chances of winning. In the end, Ford was taken out by a double superkick from the champions followed by a Ragou to Dawkins that secured the champions their victory.
    Nexus Reborn defeated The Street Profits in 19:29, holding onto their JCW Tag Team Champonships
    Match 6 (Exhibition Match): WARHORSE vs Cody Hall

    Following the tag contest, WARHORSE took on Cody Hall in his debut match. Much like Rowan a few matches earlier, WARHORSE was able to have his way with Hall. His speed over Hall came in big time for him as he was quickly able to set up Hall for a massive lifting knee strike followed by a Double Foot Stomp off the top rope, flattening Hall on the mat and securing himself a victory in his debut match.
    WARHORSE defeated Cody Hall in 3:28
    Match 7 (JCW King of the Lightweights Finals): Adam Cole vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the semi main event of the show, the King of the Lightweights tournament concluded with a brilliant match between Adam Cole and Tetsuya Endo. Endo's rise to this spot was nothing short of impressive after initially not having been signed to any company, and this was his big test against one of the best in the world in Adam Cole. Cole was clearly favoring a slower pace throughout the match because of his grueling contest with Kenny Omega the week prior, and Endo's speed was able to get Cole on defense for much of the match. Halfway through, the momentum switched back over to Cole after he just connected with a superkick. From this point on, it was a match of smarts over athleticism. Cole's slowed pace made Endo have to adjust his style, something he was able to do. He hung in the match with Cole until the very last moment where Cole nailed Endo with a second Last Shot to secure himself the victory and championship.
    Adam Cole defeated Tetsuya Endo in 23:15, winning both the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament and the JCW Lightweight Championship
    Main Event (JCW World Heavyweight Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs HARPER

    In the main event of the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi defended his championship against HARPER. HARPER has held onto his title since last month's JCW Revolution: Tokyo, and this was Tanahashi's big chance to get the title back into his hands. That proved to be something easier said than done as HARPER was able to take it to Tanahashi straight away, not letting him get any breathing room. The much larger HARPER was able to muscle Tanahashi around the ring for nearly five minutes, landing strike after strike and setting himself up for success. But eventually, Tanahashi was able to break through HARPER's power with some well placed strikes to his legs, slowing the big man down. Despite his old age, Tanahashi was still able to ramp up the pace and blow by HARPER, flipping the momentum of the match. HARPER was still able to keep Tanahashi at bay, dragging the match on longer and longer which favored the challenger. But despite all odds, Tanahashi was able to land a massive slingblade and quickly follow it up with not one, not two, but three High Fly Flows for the pinfall victory.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated HARPER in 21:47

    After Tanahashi's brutal victory and when he finally gets his hands back on his championship, the lights go out. They remain off for a few seconds, but when they come back on, HARPER is joined in the ring by Rowan and WARHORSE. The champion looks at the three of them with a confused but frightful expression on his face, and at that moment all three of them rush at him. They begin laying into him with punches and forearms. He eventually falls to the ground, allowing HARPER and Rowan to grab him as WARHORSE ascends to the top rope, diving off in a Double Foot Stomp. Tanahashi gasps in pain as Rowan gets him back to his feet before nailing him with a Big Boot. Tanahashi stumbles backward into a Discus Clothesline from HARPER. The trio stand over Tanahashi with grins on their faces. WARHORSE hands HARPER and a microphone and the big man utters his first words in JCW. "Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the Dark Order. HAPRER, Rowan, and WARHORSE. Do yourselves a favor and stay out of our way." With these words, HARPER drops the microphone on Tanahashi's fallen body and the three men pose to close the show.
  18. Like
    Mikey got a reaction from Meko750 (Raven) in BPZ Booking Division 3.0   
    Episode 65
    JCW Evolution
    Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Wade Barrett (c) vs Ryusuke Taguchi

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi had his chance of redemption against JCW National Champion Wade Barrett. With no one from Nexus Reborn at his side, Barrett had a pretty tough match against Taguchi. His veteran instinct that he spoke about was able to get him far against the champion by expertly evading Barrett's heavy strikes and countering appropriately. But even when Barrett missed, he could take the punishment as well. After over 15 minutes into the match, Taguchi seemed to have the contest won, but after leaping off the second rope in a crossbody, Barrett was able to swing around and clock him square in the jaw with a Bullhammer, pinning him for the victory.
    After the match, Barrett is joined in the ring by Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura, and the beatdown commences. After a few minutes, Barrett grabs a microphone and speaks. He says this is a warning to anyone in the back who thinks they have what it takes to beat him. He has the kindness and generosity to grant those who deserve it title matches, and yet they spit it back in his face. The next time it happens, he won't so forgiving as to end the match in one swift move.
    Wade Barrett defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 15:17, retaining the JCW National Championship.
    Match 2 (Exhibition Match): Kenny Omega vs Xavier Woods

    In the second match of the night, Kenny Omega took on Xavier Woods in an attempt to regain some momentum after having lost to Adam Cole last week. This match was a pretty good showing for both men, and while Woods was on defense for the majority of the match, he was still able to get in a few moves and prove to the JCW audience what he's all about. But in the end, he would fall to Omega after he hit Croyt's Wrath, picking up yet another victory.
    Kenny Omega defeated Xavier Woods in 8:45
    Match 3 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs Rich Swann w/ ACH

    To follow up Omega's victory, Rich Swann challenged Drew Gulak for his coveted JCW Breakout Championship. These two have history, and that was a large part in this match. Swann was able to evade Gulak's technical and striking prowess for the majority of the match, using his speed to his advantage. This swing in momentum allowed ACH to watch from ringside proudly, not having to get involved at all. However, a landing moonsault that resulting in the tweaking of Swann's leg was enough for Gulak to capitalize on. After targeting Swann's left leg relentlessly, he was eventually able to lock in a leg bar to submit Swann for the victory, laughing at ACH in the process.
    Drew Gulak defeated Rich Swann in 12:41, retaining the JCW Breakout Championship
    Match 4 (Exhibition Match): Rowan vs Minoru Tanaka

    Following the highly contested match between Gulak and Swann, Rowan stepped up onto the stage for his debut match against Minoru Tanaka. This match was a dominating one for Rowan. For the match's four minute span, Rowan was able to massacre Tanaka and frankly do whatever he wanted to hit. Heavy blow after heavy blow led to a referee stoppage after Tanaka was seemingly knocked unconscious on the mat. Rowan would celebrate his victory by picking up the unconscious Tanaka and nailing him with a chokeslam to cement the deed.
    Rowan defeated Minoru Tanaka by referee stoppage in 4:05
    Match 5 (JCW Tag Team Championships): Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) (c) vs The Street Profits

    Next up on the card is the JCW Tag Team Championship match between Nexus Reborn's Austin Theory and Kenoh and the Street Profits. To say the least, this match was a great one. All four men showed excellent chemistry in the ring together and meshed really well. It was clear that the Profits had more experience as a team than the champions, but they were lacking singles experience, something the champions capitalized on. They made sure only one member was present and that the other was completely isolated, a tactic that would prove to be detrimental to the Profits' chances of winning. In the end, Ford was taken out by a double superkick from the champions followed by a Ragou to Dawkins that secured the champions their victory.
    Nexus Reborn defeated The Street Profits in 19:29, holding onto their JCW Tag Team Champonships
    Match 6 (Exhibition Match): WARHORSE vs Cody Hall

    Following the tag contest, WARHORSE took on Cody Hall in his debut match. Much like Rowan a few matches earlier, WARHORSE was able to have his way with Hall. His speed over Hall came in big time for him as he was quickly able to set up Hall for a massive lifting knee strike followed by a Double Foot Stomp off the top rope, flattening Hall on the mat and securing himself a victory in his debut match.
    WARHORSE defeated Cody Hall in 3:28
    Match 7 (JCW King of the Lightweights Finals): Adam Cole vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the semi main event of the show, the King of the Lightweights tournament concluded with a brilliant match between Adam Cole and Tetsuya Endo. Endo's rise to this spot was nothing short of impressive after initially not having been signed to any company, and this was his big test against one of the best in the world in Adam Cole. Cole was clearly favoring a slower pace throughout the match because of his grueling contest with Kenny Omega the week prior, and Endo's speed was able to get Cole on defense for much of the match. Halfway through, the momentum switched back over to Cole after he just connected with a superkick. From this point on, it was a match of smarts over athleticism. Cole's slowed pace made Endo have to adjust his style, something he was able to do. He hung in the match with Cole until the very last moment where Cole nailed Endo with a second Last Shot to secure himself the victory and championship.
    Adam Cole defeated Tetsuya Endo in 23:15, winning both the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament and the JCW Lightweight Championship
    Main Event (JCW World Heavyweight Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs HARPER

    In the main event of the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi defended his championship against HARPER. HARPER has held onto his title since last month's JCW Revolution: Tokyo, and this was Tanahashi's big chance to get the title back into his hands. That proved to be something easier said than done as HARPER was able to take it to Tanahashi straight away, not letting him get any breathing room. The much larger HARPER was able to muscle Tanahashi around the ring for nearly five minutes, landing strike after strike and setting himself up for success. But eventually, Tanahashi was able to break through HARPER's power with some well placed strikes to his legs, slowing the big man down. Despite his old age, Tanahashi was still able to ramp up the pace and blow by HARPER, flipping the momentum of the match. HARPER was still able to keep Tanahashi at bay, dragging the match on longer and longer which favored the challenger. But despite all odds, Tanahashi was able to land a massive slingblade and quickly follow it up with not one, not two, but three High Fly Flows for the pinfall victory.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated HARPER in 21:47

    After Tanahashi's brutal victory and when he finally gets his hands back on his championship, the lights go out. They remain off for a few seconds, but when they come back on, HARPER is joined in the ring by Rowan and WARHORSE. The champion looks at the three of them with a confused but frightful expression on his face, and at that moment all three of them rush at him. They begin laying into him with punches and forearms. He eventually falls to the ground, allowing HARPER and Rowan to grab him as WARHORSE ascends to the top rope, diving off in a Double Foot Stomp. Tanahashi gasps in pain as Rowan gets him back to his feet before nailing him with a Big Boot. Tanahashi stumbles backward into a Discus Clothesline from HARPER. The trio stand over Tanahashi with grins on their faces. WARHORSE hands HARPER and a microphone and the big man utters his first words in JCW. "Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the Dark Order. HAPRER, Rowan, and WARHORSE. Do yourselves a favor and stay out of our way." With these words, HARPER drops the microphone on Tanahashi's fallen body and the three men pose to close the show.
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    Episode 61
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem

    The show kicks off with the JCW General Manager Jushin Thunder Liger occupying the ring. Liger begins by talking about his legacy in NJPW, how he went down as one of the greatest small competitors of all time. He then proceeds to say he's been inspired by a few members of this roster, and after some talk with his fellow GM Milano Collection AT, they have decided to begin a Lightweight Division. Liger announces that the inaugural title holder will be crowned at the end of the month via the King of the Lightweights tournament which is displayed on the titantron.

    Liger wishes all the competitors the best of luck, but before he can finish his sentence, he is interrupted by none other than Adam Cole.

    Cole storms down to the ring and enters it. He says that Liger may be one of the best lightweights of all time, but this tournament is his time to start his journey to toppling Liger and cementing himself as the greatest. Cole claims that the tournament has practically been laid out for him to win, and he plans to take home the victory to cement himself at the top of the JCW Lightweight division. Liger doesn't respond to these words, rather he simply nods, impressed by Cole's confidence. He exits the ring as Matt Sydal enters, and the first match of the tournament begins.
    Match 1 (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Adam Cole vs Matt Sydal

    In the first match of the show, Adam Cole matched up with Matt Sydal. These two shared similar styles, but it was clear from the get go that Cole had to switch it up as he couldn't keep up with Sydal's pace. With a slight switch, Cole was able to adapt and keep Sydal grounded enough to pick up a victory with a Superkick in convincing fashion. As he picks up the victory, the camera switches backstage to show both Tetsuya Endo and Ryusuke Taguchi watching the match, getting ready for their contest later tonight.
    Adam Cole defeated Matt Sydal in 14:39, advancing to the second round of the tournament

    After the match, the camera now shifts over to a press conference room where JCW Tag Team Champions Austin Theory and Kenoh are seen sitting down for an interview following their match at JCW Revolution: Tokyo. The interviewers ask a few questions, but the response remains similar: they are the best tag team in JCW and that's a fact. No one has been able to beat them. Not the Young Bucks, not the Usos, and not anyone who will face them in the future. They've already faced the best the company has to offer. As they are about to leave, the Street Profits enter the room with red solo cups. The champions look disgusted, but Montez Ford speaks, saying that if they're really so good then they'll have no problem beating them. The champions are silent at the challenge, leaving the Profits singing "They don't want the smoke" and walking out of the room. An interviewer asks if they plan to accept the challenge, but Theory and Kenoh exit the room without a response.
    Match 2 (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Ryusuke Taguchi vs Tetsuya Endo

    In the second match of the night and the tournament, Ryusuke Taguchi took on the young Tetsuya Endo. These two clashed interestingly, with Taguchi's veteran instinct going against Endo's young fire. The match was a close one down to the final minutes, but eventually Endo was able to capitalize and nail Taguchi with a beautiful Sky Twisted Press, picking up the victory and advancing to the second round to face either Rey Mysterio or CIMA. After the match, he would be joined by his tag team partner, Konosuke Takeshita and the two would celebrate together.
    Tetsuya Endo defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 12:44, advancing to the second round of the King of the Lightweights tournament

    Following Taguchi's loss to Endo, JCW National Champion Wade Barrett enters the arena with Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura at his side. He marches down to the ring while Endo and Takeshita clear it, speaking to Taguchi. Barrett says that just like Rey Mysterio, he is offering Taguchi a chance at redemption. Barrett goes on to say how Taguchi hasn't been able to find his place in JCW and that he's suffered loss after loss. And now losing to a man who's never competed in JCW before? Barrett says he's simply speaking the truth, and that is Taguchi's history is embarrassing but not ruined. He extends a match to Taguchi for JCW Evolution, and begrudgingly, Taguchi accepts.
    Main Event: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Dalton Castle w/ The Boys

    To main event the show, Dalton Castle got the opportunity of a lifetime against JCW World Champion Hiroshi Tanahashi. These two would have a great matchup with Castle's speed and allies in The Boys going against Tanahashi's veteran experience. Eventually, Tanahashi was able to connect with a High Fly Flow to secure the victory. After the match, HARPER entered the arena, the JCW World Championship still in hand. Without saying he word, he marched down to the ring and held the title up in front of Tanahashi, the champion making no effort to take the champonship.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Dalton Caslte in 16:31
     
    Episode 62
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem
    Match 1 (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Rey Mysterio vs CIMA

    To kick off the show, two veterans squared off in the ring together as Rey Mysterio took on CIMA. Both men have had an unsuccessful year so far and looked to turn it around with a victory here. These two defied the laws of aging, flying around the ring as if they were both 20 years younger. But eventually, the masked luchadore was able to trip up CIMA and set him up nicely for a 619 following by a Frog Splash for the victory. After the match, Tetsuya Endo walked down to the ring and shook Mysterio's hand, claiming he's excited to face off against one of the best next week.
    Rey Mysterio defeated CIMA in 18:12, advancing in the tournament

    The show rolls on now with JCW Breakout Champion Drew Gulak in the ring. Gulak exclaims his displeasure after not being included in the lightweight tournament, claiming that he is one of the best light competitors in this company and that regardless of the gold he already holds, he should be in the tournament. But nevertheless, he still must seek out an opponent to face at JCW Evolution. He makes a challenge to anyone in the locker room who thinks they have what it takes to defeat the greatest Breakout champion of all time. Out steps an interesting combination, both Rich Swann and ACH. The duo announce that Rich Swann will be competing for the championship if Gulak will allow him to. Swann says that just like Gulak, he was robbed of an opportunity to be in the lightweight tournament, but he'll prove that it was a fluke for him not to be included when he ends Gulak's impressive reign as champion. Gulak wipes off this remark with a smirk, but the challenge is set nonetheless.
    Match 2: Austin Theory w/ Kenoh vs Montez Ford w/ Angelo Dawkins

    In the second matchup of the show, one half of the JCW Tag Team Champions in Austin Theory took on Montez Ford, one half of the Street Profits. The Profits issued a challenge after JCW Revolution: Tokyo, one that the champions did not respond to. It has been confirmed that if Ford can defeat Theory tonight, the Profits will face off against the champions at JCW Evolution. These two had a fantastic match highly driven by their natural athletic ability. Both men were flying around the ring, the only thing stopping them being an occasional interference by Kenoh. Eventually, Ford had Theory pinned off a Frog Splash, but Kenoh attempted to break it up. Luckily for Ford, Dawkins was right there to stunt the attempt and secure themselves a championship opportunity at JCW Evolution.
    Montez Ford defeated Austin Theory in 15:50

    After Ford picks up his victory, the camera transitions backstage to where Tanahashi is sat down for an interview. The JCW World Champion is asked about his opponent, HARPER, and what he thinks about him. Tanahashi begins by saying that he never accepted HARPER's unofficial challenge, but he will play his game nonetheless. The Ace exclaims that this little game of keep-away will only end in one way: with the title safely back in his hands. If HARPER wants a match, then he's got one. The only way Tanahashi is getting his championship back is by defeating HARPER. Because in his eyes, even without the championship around his waist, he still knows he's the best in the business and he has an entire career to back him up. He doesn't need a single inanimate object to prove that he's the greatest, but if that's the only way he'll face HARPER, then so be it.
    Main Event (JCW King of the Lightweights First Round): Kenny Omega vs T-Hawk

    To main event the show, former JCW World Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega took on rising star T-Hawk. After coming up short to Drew Gulak last month, T-Hawk looked to build off his victories and learn from the loss while Omega looked to get his year started right. This match was hard hitting to say the least, but it also had some underlying aspects of both men's games. Technical and high flying work were both mixed in, making for a very entertaining match. After one of the better matches in JCW Punishment history, Omega was able to catch T-Hawk attempts at a hurricanrana and counter into a One Winged Angel, picking up the pinfall victory and advancing.
    Kenny Omega defeated T-Hawk in 19:09, advancing to the second round of the tournament

    After his sensational victory over T-Hawk, Kenny Omega is approached by none other than former friend Adam Cole. He enters the ring and the two face off for a moment, the staredown growing quite tense. Eventually, Omega would be the one to extend a hand, but Cole would walk past the shake and grab a microphone from ringside. Cole says that he knows Omega's game better than most and he won't walk into a trap again. This is his time, and Omega's not going to take that away from him. No matter what he calls himself, Cole will be the one walking out of JCW Punishment with a victory. With these words, Omega lowers his hand and begins to clap for his word. But suddenly, Omega kicks Cole in the gut and raises him high in the air, nailing him with a One Winged Angel, a wild look in his eyes. He laughs as the camera fades to black to end the show.
     
    Episode 63
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi occupies the ring. Taguchi says that he is sick and tired of being overlooked. All he is seen as is a comedy act that is only good for a laugh. But the reality is that he is a multi time champion who has fought and survived in this business longer than almost everyone else. This opportunity for gold has been kept from him for far too long, but there's no worry because he's going to make the best with what he's got and bring home the championship for himself. Taguchi's cries are met by the theme song of Nexus Reborn. The entire five man stable steps out, with Wade Barrett leading the charge.

    Barrett says that he hears Taguchi and that's why he gifted him this opportunity. Barrett exclaims how he relates to his pain, the feeling of not getting what you deserve. But Barrett sees past the barrier and has given Taguchi what he rightfully deserves. Before he can continue speaking, Taguchi interrupts him, saying that the only reason Barrett gave him a shot is because he's a coward. Taguchi knows that Barrett only chose him to get an easy victory, but if he thinks he's going to get that he has another thing coming. Barrett scoffs at these words, now entering the ring with his stablemates. Barrett apologizes that Taguchi feels that way, but now he's left with no choice. The four members surround Taguchi as Barrett stares him down, but Taguchi suddenly sprints forward and floors Barrett with a right hand! He dives out of the ring and rushes up the ramp, showing off the brass knuckles he just knocked Barrett's lights out with. The JCW National Champion is left down in the middle of the ring, grabbing at his jaw,
    Match 1: Drew Gulak vs ACH w/ Rich Swann

    In the first contest of the night, JCW Breakout Champion Drew Gulak took on Rich Swann's parnter, ACH. Ahead of their match at JCW Revolution, Gulak said earlier than he wanted to get a feel for what he was going to go against, and what better way than this. Gulak seemed to bite off a little more than he was looking to chew as ACH was able to nearly take him to his limit. The technical game and speed of ACH caught the champion off guard, and it nearly look like he had the match won but a poor move from ACH allowed Gulak to lock in a submission and tap out ACH, staring directly at Swann while doing so. After the bell dinged, Gulak stood up and said to Swann that he'll be in that exact same situation come JCW Evolution.
    Drew Gulak defeated ACH in 10:37
    Match 2 (JCW King of the Lightweights Secound Round): Rey Mysterio vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the second round of the King of the Lightweights tournament, Rey Mysterio took on Tetsuya Endo. This was a great match that radiated of excellent sportsmanship throughout it. Many were surprised by this one as the young Tetsuya Endo was able to match the veteran Rey Mysterio in all his moves and even outperform him in some aspects. And with that along with some encouragement from Konosuke Takeshita at ringside, Endo was able to shockingly put Mysterio away with a Sky Twisted Press. After the match, Mysterio shook Endo's hand, wishing him the best in the rest of the tournament and saying he has high hopes for him in the future, words that are very welcome from such a successful veteran.
    Tetsuya Endo defeated Rey Mysterio in 17:26

    As all three men make their way to the back, the camera switches over to the backstage area where the Street Profits are standing by. Montez Ford speaks first, saying that last week he showed Nexus Reborn that there is someone in this company who can handle them. All the silly talk and theatrics are fun, but business got done, sadly at the fate of Austin Theory. Angelo Dawkins speaks next, saying that it doesn't matter if it's Austin Theory or Kenoh in that ring, the championships will come home to the rightful owners. Ford smiles at this and begins singing "We Are The Champions" as the duo walks off the screen laughing.
    Main Event: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Kenoh w/ Austin Theory

    And to main event the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi took on Nexus Reborn's Kenoh. Having just been mentioned by the Street Profits, Kenoh clearly had a lot on his mind during this match, but so did Tanahashi. The champion kept glancing at the stage as if something or someone were to enter at any second, perhaps HARPER. At one point when the match seemed to be all but over with Tanahashi about to perform the High Fly Flow, the lights went out for a moment. They came back on eventually, but Tanahashi had to fight an uphill battle against both Kenoh and Theory after losing that momentum. He eventually brought the match back to his favor and picked up the victory, but at what cost?
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Kenoh in 19:57

    After Tanahashi's victory, Theory would join Kenoh in the ring and begin beating down the champion, trying to send a message to their opponents at JCW Evolution. But the lights go out once more, and when they come back on, HARPER is standing in front of them with the JCW World Championship around his shoulder. The JCW Tag Team Champions exit the ring quickly and head to the back, leaving HARPER alone with the fallen champion. Tanahashi slowly gets back to his feet, but once he's up HARPER nails him with a championship shot to the head followed with a Discus Clothesline. The challenger closes the show out by sitting beside Tanahashi, championship around his shoulder and laughing to himself.
     
    Episode 64
    JCW Thursday Night Mayhem

    To kick off the show, Milano Collection AT joins both Hiroshi Tanahashi and HARPER in the ring for the contract signing of their main event match at JCW Evolution. Before they sign, Tanahashi grabs the microphone on the middle of the table and says a few words to HARPER. Tanahashi says that this game he is playing is admirable and unlike anything he's ever seen, but at JCW Evolution, the facade drops. He may be tolerating this nonsense now, but when it comes to proving himself, Tanahashi never strays away from the challenge. He says HARPER has another thing coming if he thinks mind games will get him a victory at JCW Evolution, but he looks forward to the match nonetheless. He signs his name on the dotted line with HARPER following quickly in pursuit. With the championship still around his shoulder, HARPER turns around and walks to the back, not acknowledging Tanahashi's words in the slightest.
    Match 1: oVe (Sami Callihan & Jake Crist) vs Street Profits

    In the first match of the night, the Street Profits took on what's left of oVe. In this match, it seemed pretty one sided as oVe is clearly still struggling from the loss of Dave Crist, but the Profits were still able to impress. Ford cemented himself as one of the most athletic in the business while Dawkins was able to play to his weaknesses and showcase his incredible strength. After a massive Frog Splash to Crist, the match came to an end abruptly, much to the displeasure of the watching champions Theory and Kenoh. They appear on the titantron after the match, and the Profits wave at them to come down and get the smoke. They begin singing "We Want The Smoke" as the champions shake their heads and walk off, clearly not taking them seriously.
    Street Profits defeated oVe in 11:21
    Match 2: Wade Barrett vs CIMA w/ Ryusuke Taguchi

    Shortly after the Street Profits victory, JCW National Champion Wade Barrett took on CIMA. These two were polar opposites in terms of personality and in the ring which created what felt like legitimate animosity during their match. Barrett was in control for the majority of the match, but halfway through Ryusuke Taguchi would come to CIMA's corner in order to aid him. While the help was appreciated, Barrett was still able to taunt Taguchi while decimating CIMA, putting the veteran away with a convincing Wasteland followed by a lethal Bull Hammer, pinning him while staring Taguchi down.
    Wade Barrett defeated CIMA in 14:36

    Following Barrett's victory, the camera shifts backstage to show both Rich Swann and ACH. Swann says that in under a week he will face none other than Drew Gulak. Swann says that the two of them have a lot of history, history that he's sure Gulak hasn't forgotten either. To Swann, this is more than winning a championship or even cementing himself in JCW. This is an opportunity to prove himself against Drew Gulak, a man who seems to have had his number again and again. ACH steps in and says Swann is in the best shape of his life, and that if he was able to take Gulak to his limit, he has another thing coming when he faces Swann. Swann issues one final warning to Gulak, saying that he doesn't forget the past but he will do anything to make sure that he can erase that chapter for good from his memory.
    Main Event (JCW King of the Lightweights Secound Round): Kenny Omega vs Adam Cole

    To main event the show in perhaps one of the biggest matches in JCW history, Kenny Omega took on Adam Cole to decide who faces Tetsuya Endo in the finals of the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament. This was truly something of beauty, a match that a TV show was blessed to see. Both guys put it all on the line, with Cole pulling out some never before seen moves out of his repertoire. Eventually, it would be Kenny Omega getting his One Winged Angel reversed into a pinfall which he kicked out of, but coming up from the move allowed Cole to connect with the Last Shot to pick up a huge victory.
    Adam Cole defeated Kenny Omega in 22:15

    Following Cole's sensational victory, he is joined in the ring by none other than his opponent as JCW Evolution, Tetsuya Endo. Endo picks up a microphone and says that he was impressed by Cole's performance tonight and that he hopes he will bring the same intensity and fire in their match. Before he can continue speaking, Cole grabs the microphone from his hand and begins to speak. Cole says that he just defeated one of the best in the business and now Endo has the audacity to speak to him as if they are the same. Cole claims that the match will be nothing more than a walk in the park for him, and if Endo thinks otherwise he'll have to show him because so far he's not impressed. Endo snatches the microphone back and says he was simply trying to be respectful, but if it's a fight that Cole wants, it's certainly a fight that he's going to get. Endo now tosses the microphone aside and the two stand off in the ring, the tension thick enough to be cut with a knife.
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    Episode 65
    JCW Evolution
    Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Wade Barrett (c) vs Ryusuke Taguchi

    To kick off the show, Ryusuke Taguchi had his chance of redemption against JCW National Champion Wade Barrett. With no one from Nexus Reborn at his side, Barrett had a pretty tough match against Taguchi. His veteran instinct that he spoke about was able to get him far against the champion by expertly evading Barrett's heavy strikes and countering appropriately. But even when Barrett missed, he could take the punishment as well. After over 15 minutes into the match, Taguchi seemed to have the contest won, but after leaping off the second rope in a crossbody, Barrett was able to swing around and clock him square in the jaw with a Bullhammer, pinning him for the victory.
    After the match, Barrett is joined in the ring by Ren Narita and Naoya Nomura, and the beatdown commences. After a few minutes, Barrett grabs a microphone and speaks. He says this is a warning to anyone in the back who thinks they have what it takes to beat him. He has the kindness and generosity to grant those who deserve it title matches, and yet they spit it back in his face. The next time it happens, he won't so forgiving as to end the match in one swift move.
    Wade Barrett defeated Ryusuke Taguchi in 15:17, retaining the JCW National Championship.
    Match 2 (Exhibition Match): Kenny Omega vs Xavier Woods

    In the second match of the night, Kenny Omega took on Xavier Woods in an attempt to regain some momentum after having lost to Adam Cole last week. This match was a pretty good showing for both men, and while Woods was on defense for the majority of the match, he was still able to get in a few moves and prove to the JCW audience what he's all about. But in the end, he would fall to Omega after he hit Croyt's Wrath, picking up yet another victory.
    Kenny Omega defeated Xavier Woods in 8:45
    Match 3 (JCW Breakout Championship): Drew Gulak (c) vs Rich Swann w/ ACH

    To follow up Omega's victory, Rich Swann challenged Drew Gulak for his coveted JCW Breakout Championship. These two have history, and that was a large part in this match. Swann was able to evade Gulak's technical and striking prowess for the majority of the match, using his speed to his advantage. This swing in momentum allowed ACH to watch from ringside proudly, not having to get involved at all. However, a landing moonsault that resulting in the tweaking of Swann's leg was enough for Gulak to capitalize on. After targeting Swann's left leg relentlessly, he was eventually able to lock in a leg bar to submit Swann for the victory, laughing at ACH in the process.
    Drew Gulak defeated Rich Swann in 12:41, retaining the JCW Breakout Championship
    Match 4 (Exhibition Match): Rowan vs Minoru Tanaka

    Following the highly contested match between Gulak and Swann, Rowan stepped up onto the stage for his debut match against Minoru Tanaka. This match was a dominating one for Rowan. For the match's four minute span, Rowan was able to massacre Tanaka and frankly do whatever he wanted to hit. Heavy blow after heavy blow led to a referee stoppage after Tanaka was seemingly knocked unconscious on the mat. Rowan would celebrate his victory by picking up the unconscious Tanaka and nailing him with a chokeslam to cement the deed.
    Rowan defeated Minoru Tanaka by referee stoppage in 4:05
    Match 5 (JCW Tag Team Championships): Nexus Reborn (Austin Theory & Kenoh) (c) vs The Street Profits

    Next up on the card is the JCW Tag Team Championship match between Nexus Reborn's Austin Theory and Kenoh and the Street Profits. To say the least, this match was a great one. All four men showed excellent chemistry in the ring together and meshed really well. It was clear that the Profits had more experience as a team than the champions, but they were lacking singles experience, something the champions capitalized on. They made sure only one member was present and that the other was completely isolated, a tactic that would prove to be detrimental to the Profits' chances of winning. In the end, Ford was taken out by a double superkick from the champions followed by a Ragou to Dawkins that secured the champions their victory.
    Nexus Reborn defeated The Street Profits in 19:29, holding onto their JCW Tag Team Champonships
    Match 6 (Exhibition Match): WARHORSE vs Cody Hall

    Following the tag contest, WARHORSE took on Cody Hall in his debut match. Much like Rowan a few matches earlier, WARHORSE was able to have his way with Hall. His speed over Hall came in big time for him as he was quickly able to set up Hall for a massive lifting knee strike followed by a Double Foot Stomp off the top rope, flattening Hall on the mat and securing himself a victory in his debut match.
    WARHORSE defeated Cody Hall in 3:28
    Match 7 (JCW King of the Lightweights Finals): Adam Cole vs Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita

    In the semi main event of the show, the King of the Lightweights tournament concluded with a brilliant match between Adam Cole and Tetsuya Endo. Endo's rise to this spot was nothing short of impressive after initially not having been signed to any company, and this was his big test against one of the best in the world in Adam Cole. Cole was clearly favoring a slower pace throughout the match because of his grueling contest with Kenny Omega the week prior, and Endo's speed was able to get Cole on defense for much of the match. Halfway through, the momentum switched back over to Cole after he just connected with a superkick. From this point on, it was a match of smarts over athleticism. Cole's slowed pace made Endo have to adjust his style, something he was able to do. He hung in the match with Cole until the very last moment where Cole nailed Endo with a second Last Shot to secure himself the victory and championship.
    Adam Cole defeated Tetsuya Endo in 23:15, winning both the JCW King of the Lightweights tournament and the JCW Lightweight Championship
    Main Event (JCW World Heavyweight Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs HARPER

    In the main event of the show, Hiroshi Tanahashi defended his championship against HARPER. HARPER has held onto his title since last month's JCW Revolution: Tokyo, and this was Tanahashi's big chance to get the title back into his hands. That proved to be something easier said than done as HARPER was able to take it to Tanahashi straight away, not letting him get any breathing room. The much larger HARPER was able to muscle Tanahashi around the ring for nearly five minutes, landing strike after strike and setting himself up for success. But eventually, Tanahashi was able to break through HARPER's power with some well placed strikes to his legs, slowing the big man down. Despite his old age, Tanahashi was still able to ramp up the pace and blow by HARPER, flipping the momentum of the match. HARPER was still able to keep Tanahashi at bay, dragging the match on longer and longer which favored the challenger. But despite all odds, Tanahashi was able to land a massive slingblade and quickly follow it up with not one, not two, but three High Fly Flows for the pinfall victory.
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated HARPER in 21:47

    After Tanahashi's brutal victory and when he finally gets his hands back on his championship, the lights go out. They remain off for a few seconds, but when they come back on, HARPER is joined in the ring by Rowan and WARHORSE. The champion looks at the three of them with a confused but frightful expression on his face, and at that moment all three of them rush at him. They begin laying into him with punches and forearms. He eventually falls to the ground, allowing HARPER and Rowan to grab him as WARHORSE ascends to the top rope, diving off in a Double Foot Stomp. Tanahashi gasps in pain as Rowan gets him back to his feet before nailing him with a Big Boot. Tanahashi stumbles backward into a Discus Clothesline from HARPER. The trio stand over Tanahashi with grins on their faces. WARHORSE hands HARPER and a microphone and the big man utters his first words in JCW. "Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the Dark Order. HAPRER, Rowan, and WARHORSE. Do yourselves a favor and stay out of our way." With these words, HARPER drops the microphone on Tanahashi's fallen body and the three men pose to close the show.
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    Welcome back to BPZ Locker Room. Today on the show, why is Brad annoyed, who has Jonathan blocked and who is back in the locker room? Find out now!

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    (Disclaimer - This is meant to be a joke, please don't take anything said seriously!)

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    *The episode would start with a crowd of people stood in a circle in the middle of the locker room. They would be Jonathan, Tamer, Prince, Akki, Cody, Nate and Sameer. The group would be having a rap battle with Akki as a judge.*

    Tamer: "Alright look, its Tamer on the beat, making everybody get up on their feet. I'm coming with the bars, coming with the heat, just gonna make you taste the defeat."

    *The crowd would react loudly to Tamers lines before Jon stepped up.*

    Jonathan: "It's Jon, I'm firing right back. Gonna give you some smarts that I lack. Shit I meant you, I mes-"

    *As Jon messed up his line everyone would begin laughing at Jon.*

    Akki: "Ayo that shit was wack. Tamer wins."
    Jonathan: "Alright that's it, you, you, you, you, you and you are all blocked!"

    *Everyone would laugh again before Jon would give a stern look to everyone in the locker room, making a silence fall over the room. That was until Toxik decided to speak.*

    Toxik: "Don't worry Jon. I thought you were good. Next time just put them all in a BJJ hold and beat the crap out of them."
    Sameer: "You be talking like you got experience Toxik."
    Toxik: "I do. Once I beat up this dude cos he said wrestling is fake."
    Sameer: "Toxik wrestling is fake, you know it is you're a fucking wrestler dude."
    Toxik: "No! It's real!"
    Addy: "That's why you lose every match it's because you're trying to fight for real."

    *Everyone would laugh at Toxik who would become enraged.*

    Toxik: "That's it! Bring it on! Any of you! I'll show you what I am made of!"
    Prince: "You asked for it."

    *Suddenly, coming in through the door would be Arrow Rhodes! We all know what this means.*

    Sameer: "Arrow bruh, Toxik said he wants to fight you."
    Arrow Rhodes: "Bring it on!"

    *Arrow Rhodes and Toxik would lock up and begin to fight. Arrow would quickly take Toxik down and lock him into a chokehold. Toxik would start crying and begging for mercy from Arrow before passing out cold.*

    Sameer: "Yessir Arrow! Good shit!"

    *At this point, the main door would open again, this time Flynn, Bart and Smith would enter.*

    Bart: "Thanks for your patience you g-. Why is Toxik on the ground?"
    Arrow Rhodes: "I beat his ass!"
    Flynn: "Well done Arrow!"

    *At this point Toxik would suddenly spring up from the ground.*

    Toxik: "See! There is an agenda against me, and only me! This is an outrage!"

    *Arrow Rhodes would end Toxiks rant quickly with a kick to the shin, causing Toxik to scream in pain and faint.*

    Bart: "Anyway, what I was going to say is this. We have a really important announcement for you all. This morning we made a signing that we are sure you guys will love. Welcome back to BPZ, Alyx Wilde!"

    *Alyx Wilde would walk into the locker room as everyone applauded.*

    Isaiah Carter: "ALYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX!"
    Flynn: "Isaiah I think you might need to go home and change after that."
    Isaiah Carter: "Oh shit I think I do."

    *Isaiah Carter would leave the locker room with a beaming smile on his face.*

    Bart: "Wait. Where's FD and Josh?"
    Kenji: "Look outside."

    *Bart would open the back exit to see FD playing baseball with Josh's head as the ball, before quickly closing it.*

    Bart: "Anyway, onto our next announcement. As you guys know, tomorrow the Valor half of the locker room will be leaving to go to Egypt. Before the show, we have one last announcement. We are going to be having a four-man tournament for a new midcard Valor exclusive belt that we will be introducing at SummerSlam. The four men involved are Addy, Austin Omega, Eric Shun and Marc Aaron Newton."
    Mikey: "What's the title called?"
    Bart: "Uhhhhh."
    Addy: "Wait yeah, what is the title called?"
    Bart: "The uhhhhh."
    Yelich: "Yeah what is it called?"

    *Bart would quickly run out of the locker room.*

    Nardie: "Well, whatever it's called, Brad will probably be given a title shot for it."
    Brad: "Well I am retiring so yeah I damn well should.'

    *At this point the back door would open and FD would enter, enraged.*

    FDS: "You aren't retiring. You're retiring a character."
    Brad: "An iconic character. I deserve everything I am getting!"
    Crippler: "All the 115 losses you got too?"
    Brad: "Shut the hell up. You all know I work ten times as damn hard as any of you fuckers do."
    Crippler: "Don't you mean 30/115 times as hard?"
    Brad: "You know what, screw this. I'm outta here."

    *Brad would storm off and exit the locker room.*

    Smith: "Uhhhh FD. Where's Josh?"
    FDS: "He's just having a break."
    Smith: "Yeah, I'm looking at him out the window, I don't think hes breathing."

    *Everyone would rush outside.*

    Smith (On Phone) : "Hey. Ambulance please."

    -------------------------------------------------------

    This is where we are going to end Episode Three. If there is anything you would like me to add or improve for the next episode then do let me know. Also if I haven't included you it's nothing personal, I will be trying to include everyone at some point!
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    Hello and welcome back to BPZ: Behind The Mask. I am your host Jimmy The Jabroni, and today we have an injection of BPZ news for you all to think about and examine. Find out today, which BPZ Superstar is set for a return after a long time away from the company, which BPZ star is ducking Jonathan and some inside details about Valor Chapter 2: Exodus.

    Alyx Wilde Makes BPZ Return!



    We start off this week with news that will make long time fans of BPZ jump for joy. As on Carnage this week Alyx Wilde appeared for the first time in over a year! Alyx spoke about himself, how he felt he was a sickness, and said now he would be spreading that sickness across BPZ. This appearance on Carnage was shortly followed by a statement on BPZ.com confirming that Alyx Wilde will be returning and featuring on the Carnage roster. What an amazing return, just in a time where BPZ needed new people to come in as well, with Sheridan and Hans Clayton taking a break, Isaiah Carter still recovering from injury and James Hunter leaving the company. Welcome back Alyx!

    Valor Chapter 2 Details



    Now, Valor Chapter: Exodus hasn't exactly been the least controversial event ever. Of course, there has been backlash to do with the location of the show and the fact a Carnage wrestler is appearing on a Valor show. But, we have some inside knowledge of other things that may have made things worse if they went ahead with them. That is that, the match between Necce and Bob Sparks was originally meant to be a mummification deathmatch, with the winner being whoever could wrap their opponent fully in toilet paper, thankfully the guys in the match decided not to use the idea.

    Bailey Avoiding Jonathan?



    We end this news episode with something which isn't really news but more speculation. As it is being heavily rumoured that Jonathan wants to have a match with Bailey after he left the Death Riders, however, Bailey is trying to avoid having the match. In the locker room it is said that jokes have been exchanged about the situation and the general consensus is that Bailey is ducking Jonathan. However, Bailey is already set to be in a match at Summerslam against Kenji and Jonathan is said to be available for trade to Valor, so perhaps there is just no opportunity for the match to happen.

    Thats all we have time for as of right now here on BPZ: Behind The Mask. I have been your host, Jimmy The Jabroni and until next time. Try to dance without legs.
     
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    Welcome everybody, everything and everyone back to BPZ: Behind The Mask. I am your host, Jimmy The Jabroni. Earlier this week, after his Valor loss to Eric Shun, I was able to get an interview set up with Austin Mirage. Here is what went down.
     
    Jimmy The Jabroni: Welcome everybody and every cat and dog to BPZ: Behind The Mask. I am your host, Jimmy The Jabroni. Today we are joined by a special guest, the one the only, Austin Mirage! Welcome to the show Austin.

    Austin Mirage: Thanks for having me, Jimmy was it?

    Jimmy The Jabroni: Yes yes, Jimmy The Jabroni! Anyway shall we get started with the real questions?

    Austin Mirage: Yeah, let’s get started Jimmy so fire away.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: First thing we want to know, how does it feel knowing that Eric Shun got away with what he did?

    Austin Mirage: I'm not gonna sugarcoat it for you Jimmy, it hurts worse than any move I’ve been hit with in my career, but if he tries anything like that again I won’t settle for another wrestling match.

     Jimmy The Jabroni: I can only imagine how it feels, I remember when I was cheated on, last night, she got with my dad, anyway... it was revealed during this whole thing that you and Alice are in a relationship, how have you dealt with the world knowing that?

    Austin Mirage: Well Alice and I had both agreed that it was best to keep our relationship a secret as long as we worked together on screen but now like you said the whole world knows and we’ve discussed that and despite everything that’s happened as of late I’d like to thank the results have only strengthened our love for one another and Alice has assured me she won’t ever cheat again.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: Well, I really am glad for both you and her that things are smooth sailing right now. We all know how you felt when you found out, but tell me, were you really going to cut off Erics Shun?

    Austin Mirage: Knowing myself and how I get when I’m that angry, probably would’ve and still called him out for a fight.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: That uh, would have been quite something. Doubt we would have seen it on TV. Tell me though Austin, what is next for you in BPZ?

    Austin Mirage: What’s next, that’s something I tend to ask myself a lot well, now that the business with Eric Shun is done with There’s a few different routes I can go, I could take a break from competing like Alice has been asking me to, or I could go after a title, so I guess it’s time for me to decide fortunately I already have, this time last year I was in a brutal dispute with my former mentor a brother Joshua Scott and faced him at Summerslam in what was ultimately a losing effort so this year, I’m correcting that and winning at Summerslam when I go on to win the BPZ United States Championship even if that means I have to end the careers of my opponents.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: Well, best of luck in your mission to capture the United States Championship, but before SummerSlam of course there is the second Valor exclusive PayPerView show, Chapter 2: Exodus! Do you have any plans to be showing up in Egypt on that night?

    Austin Mirage: Well, I’ve learned that the powers at be made the foolish decision to not put their best star, me, on the card in a match but that’s all well and good, I will be there in Egypt after all I would be a fool to not at least go sight seeing, but as for the event itself who knows maybe I’ll give the crowd something worth their money and show up or maybe I’ll just kick back in a hotel room and study tape, either way I’ll be doing what’s best for me and not for the morons who rain down boos when I come out.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: As you should Austin. You briefly touched there on the decision to not put you on the card, but what do you think about the decision to have the show be taking place in Egypt?

    Austin Mirage: Well for one the name should’ve been Sands Of Time not Exodus but that’s in the past now, as for the location It’ll be fun to get out and see more of the world, and I can’t rightly say I’ve ever been to Egypt before however I would much rather have gone somewhere like Japan.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: I see, the general feel from the roster is pretty similar to yours, about the location that is. Anyway, that is all we have time for right now here on BPZ: Behind The Mask. I have been your host Jimmy The Jabroni, joined by Austin Mirage. Austin, any last words?

    Austin Mirage: Stay safe, and remember everyone you can always trust in me to be your Savior.

    Jimmy The Jabroni: Well said!
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    A Promotional Message From Gary Green: Congratulations to Josh who got 8/8 for predicting the KOTR First Round Matches. He now holds the Unretirement Corner Unofficial Championship. Now for the episode
    Glorious Domination by CFO$ hits
    Joshua: Welcome, to Unretirement Corner Episode 3. Today me and Gary Green look back at the 5 biggest underachievers in BPZ history. Let's have a look
    HERE ARE THE TOP 5 GREATEST UNDERACHIEVERS IN THE HISTORY OF BRENDENPLAYZ WRESTLING
    5. Joshua Scott
    Green: Not sorry Josh, we knew this was coming up. For someone hyped up in 2016, and who has nearly always been around, and who has won 4 championships. HE HAS NEVER MADE A SINGLE SUCCESFUL DEFENCE OF A TITLE IN 4 YEARS. He also hasn't won a championship in over 2 years, and saw his name dragged through the mud in 2019 when he became the leader of SSW Club, and mismanaged them. His constant losses for the World Championship last year further damaged his reputation, and you cant help feeling, had he managed his career better, he may be in a better place
    4. Blade/Hollow
    Josh: I don't agree with that entry but anyway. He arrived here 5 years ago and often works so hard, but gets so little in return. The best example was at last years Mania, when he was so so close to winning Money In The Bank and getting himself so close to becoming the top man of the company, only to end up losing to Sameer. As one of the best promoers around and a true underdog, the fact he is yet to win a World Championship is surprising 
    3. Prince
    Green: When people say to me, who is the best you have seen who has never won the World Title, my answer would be Prince, although no one has actually ever asked me that question. He is one of the best promoers and workers EVER on his day, but we just dont see him on his day enough. If he hits form, he will be a top champion in this company
    2. BiC
    Josh: Yes he is a 2x World Champion, and it is hard to call that underachieving but it is. He has worked so hard and deserves even more than he has already won. Many list him as one of the BPZ greats, and its fair to say he could have had even more World Championship reigns. However, one man has underachieved more
    ....
    1. Nebakos
    Green: Thats right, topping our list is the 3x World Champion, Nebakos. Neb is listed by many as the Number One BPZ Wrestler of All Time, however he doesnt hold that distinction as much anymore. And whilst 3 World title reigns is impressive, the manner he was champion wasnt so. His longest reign comes in at 28 days, his following 2 didnt even last 10 minutes. For someone so well respected (and rightfully so), its surprising a GOAT contender hasn't even had 1 good World Championship Reign
    Well thats our list. What do you guys think? And join me and Gary Green next week for an interview. Thank you and goodnight. 

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