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  1. Arrow Shiba Lord Gwynfro/Julius First Class Express Kai US Title 26-way tie ??? (Brenden) Nate
  2. The Brenden Playz In this episode, I'll be showing the first week or so of play for the team. Just a side note, I had everyone in their prime already so that's why there's no improvement yet, sorry about that. Also, potentials have been randomly set between 85 and 99. But before we get into it, a statement from the NBA. NBA has recently released a statement which says that Jack Anderson, one of the hottest free agents on the market, has officially signed a 2 year, $18 million contract with The Brenden Playz. He will join the team for their first game. Why he is being paid a salary nearly $9 million higher than the rest of the team is still yet to be determined, but the Playz must certainly have their reasons. VS 1st: 18 23 2nd: 24 22 3rd: 27 25 4th: 26 28 Total: 95 98 In their first game of the season, the Brenden Playz faced the Utah Jazz in a surprising highly contested game. The performance of the players are shown below (in order of most points to least points): James Ropati: 22 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks Jack Anderson: 15 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, 1 block Sameer Amell: 13 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 0 steals, 0 blocks Ian Kenton: 12 points, 2 rebounds, 0 assists, 1 steal, 2 blocks George AK: 10 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 1 block Brenden Playz: 8 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks HR Pufnstuf: 8 points, 11 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 2 blocks Bailey Justin: 4 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 4 blocks Kwame Brown II: 3 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 0 blocks vs 1st: 31 26 2nd: 28 35 3rd: 44 20 4th: 20 18 Total: 123 99 In a reversal of fortune for the Playz, they were able to decimate the Orlando Magic team by nearly 30 points. In this game we also saw our first double-double (I think) of the season by none other than Brenden Playz himself! And on top of that, we had 3 players achieve the sacred 20+ point mark. Jack Anderson: 24 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks James Ropati: 23 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, 1 steal, 1 block Sameer Amell: 20 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks Kwame Brown II: 16 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks HR Pufnstuf: 11 points, 8 rebounds, 0 assists, 2 steals, 0 blocks Brenden Playz: 10 points, 11 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks Bailey Justin: 9 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks George AK: 6 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 0 steals, 1 block Ian Kenton: 4 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 1 block VS 1st: 25 24 2nd: 25 30 3rd: 26 26 4th: 26 27 OT: 10 15 Total: 112 117 Once again in a very close game, the Playz were just beat out in OT by the Rockets by 5 points after a grueling game. This was also the first game Storm Servio played out of the G-League (it was a mistake I didn't realize, I promise). Sameer Amell: 19 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks Ian Kenton: 18 points, 5 rebounds, 0 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks HR Pufnstuf: 18 points, 5 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 2 blocks James Ropati: 16 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 0 block Kwame Brown II: 12 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks Brenden Playz: 10 points, 4 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, 0 blocks Jack Anderson: 8 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks George AK: 6 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks Bailey Justin: 3 points, 6 rebounds, 0 assists, 2 steals, 0 blocks Storm Servio: 2 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, 1 block VS 1st: 23 47 2nd: 25 31 3rd: 21 24 4th: 21 27 Total: 90 129 In a game most relatable to their one against the Magic but with the roles reversed, the Playz were absolutely decimated in this game against the Bucks. Outscored by an outstanding 39 points, only a few players from the Playz were able to shine in this one. James Ropati: 18 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 block Sameer Amell: 13 points, 2 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 0 blocks Ian Kenton: 13 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 block Bailey Justin: 10 points, 5 rebounds, 0 assists, 1 steal, 1 block Jack Anderson: 8 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks George AK: 8 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 0 blocks Brenden Playz: 7 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 0 blocks Kwame Brown II: 5 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks HR Pufnstuf: 4 points, 3 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks Storm Servio: 4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 0 steals, 2 blocks VS 1st: 27 23 2nd: 27 27 3rd: 27 16 4th: 26 20 Total: 107 86 Once again a game that wasn't as close as many would have liked, the Playz stood no chance against the red hot Grizzlies. Once again, only a few players were able to demonstrate their ability in this contest. James Ropati: 15 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks Sameer Amell: 14 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks Brenden Playz: 11 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 0 blocks Storm Servio: 10 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 0 steals, 1 block Kwame Brown II: 9 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals, 0 blocks Ian Kenton: 8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal, 3 blocks Bailey Justin: 7 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 0 steals, 0 blocks George AK: 6 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks Jack Anderson: 5 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal, 0 blocks HR Pufnstuf: 1 point, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals, 0 blocks In case you're curious, here are the minutes for each player: James Ropati: 28 minutes Brenden Playz: 27 minutes Kwame Brown II: 27 minutes Bailey Justin: 26 minutes Sameer Amell: 26 minutes Ian Kenton: 22 minutes Jack Anderson: 22 minutes HR Pufnstuf: 21 minutes Storm Servio: 21 minutes George AK: 20 minutes Keep in mind, these are not final and will be changing throughout the season, I'll update them as we go. So obviously, not the hottest start for the Brenden Playz, but with some staff firing/hiring, some improvements to the team should be coming quickly. Thank you for reading this episode, if you still have not signed up and would like to, the format is in the first post.
  3. I thought that this RAW was a huge step up from previous episodes. Even though there were many matches with quick pinfalls, another 2-out-of-3 falls tag match, and an overextended women's match, the show was still overall positive for me. Wyatt's debut was done nearly perfectly, and while I think they could have chosen a better person for it to have happened on, it was still shit your pants scary/weird and perfect for his character. Hopefully Heyman keeps up these random attacks, they already seem to be paying off for Wyatt. I thought the "Miz TV" segment was kind of pointless but still good nonetheless. Miz played his babyface character well during it and I think Ziggler's bitter gimmick serves him well, especially in these kind of situations. As always, the 24/7 stuff is absolutely brilliant. Maverick and Truth are amazing at doing these comedic skits and it's working extremely well for them and the title. This one was weird to say the least, but that kind of weirdness makes it all the more entertaining to watch. Also, props to Graves for delivering the line of the night after the scene. And finally, the battle royal. I thought it was great idea to get the top stars all some TV time and I thought the match itself was decent. While I personally wasn't a fan of Rollins winning, I think it was right decision storyline wise with Rollins still needing his rematch and it made him look good in the process. I think that overall this show wasn't great in terms of match quality, but the angles and storyline progression really carried it to an above average show.
  4. The show had a whole lot of wrestling on it, and I kind of lost interest during SCU vs the Lucha Bros so I never saw Omega vs CIMA or the tag match which I hear is me missing out. However, other than that, I thought the show was fantastic. The pre-show was even quite good (the women's tag match, not the match before). I thought the 3vs3 match was brilliant, all 6 men really showed up for it. I'm a huge fan of MJF and Spears, they're hilarious but good heels and I think they both have a fantastic future ahead of them in AEW. Rhodes vs Allie was shit as expected, but seeing Awesome Kong and AJA Kong in a ring together was electric and I'm so ready for an all out brawl between the two of them. The 3 way tag match was quite good as well, I can't say I'm the biggest fun of Jungle Boy/Luchasaurus but I was impressed by them nonetheless. Evans and Angelico were just being Evans and Angelico, but the Dark Order really surprised me. I thought they were brilliant and I was happy to see them pick up a win, hopefully they'll get a big opportunity soon. Sabian vs Page was great, I think it was just amazing in ring work while making both guys look like stars. And finally, SCU vs Lucha Brothers seemed quite good for what I watched, and overall I think the part of the show I watched was great and I'm hella hyped for more.
  5. The Brenden Playz The episode will serve as an introduction to the team and to showcase what we have going for it so far (thanks to @Ropati4 and @Sameer for helping me with the in game setup after many hours of suffering, and thank you to Kai for making a diary like this before, kind of using his format. Without further ado, let's meet the team (no idea if these overalls are anywhere near accurate but they'll improve)! As our starting Center, we have the man who is named after the team, or the team is named after him, we're not sure, but it is the 81 overall Brenden Playz. In the position of Power Forward, we have the big man with a deadly 3 point shot, the 74 overall Kwame Brown II. At Point Guard, we have the beast himself, the 75 overall Sameer Amell. And the best Shooting Guard on the team, we have a splash-master in his own right, the 78 overall James Ropati. And to top it all of, you all know him, the starting Small Forward, the 79 overall Bailey Justin. But that's not all, no team would be complete without the bench. 6th Man - SG Storm Servio (wouldn't let me use Icon), 75 overall 7th Man - SG Ian Kenton, 75 overall 8th Man - C HR Pufnstuf, 73 overall 9th Man - PF George AK, 72 overall 10 - 13th Man - Still needed And that's all for the team. We got a couple of jabronis filling in for the missing spots, but don't worry, they won't be taking any minutes away. To finish off this episode, the schedule for the first month is below, with the first game (next episode) being against the Utah Jazz. Best of luck to the Playz, and thank you for reading. And that's all for now! If you're reading and you haven't signed up yet, feel free to do so with the format in the first post, I'll find a way to work you in.
  6. WWE Championship match AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. John Cena vs. Roman Reigns Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton World Heavyweight Championship match Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins SmackDown Tag Team Championships match ??? vs. The New Day vs. Prime Time Players RAW Women's Championship match Bayley vs. Natalya Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Bálor United States Championship match Kevin Owens vs. Rusev vs. Sami Zayn vs. Zack Ryder SmackDown Women's Championship match Becky Lynch vs. Paige RAW Tag Team Championships Tables match Enzo & Big Cass vs. The Dudley Boyz WWE Intercontinental Championship match Adrian Neville vs. Apollo Crews vs. The Miz Cesaro vs. Sheamus Bonus Questions Which match will score the highest rating on the card? Lesnar vs Orton The SmackDown Tag Team Championships match will change throughout the show, who are ??? (One point per each correctly guessed wrestler) Revival, Primo/Epico, Wyatt Family Despite his ban, will Chris Jericho interfere in a match on the SummerSlam card? Yes
  7. Even though I was a little disappointed with Cesaro's reveal and that it wasn't Randy Orton, this match was still a great watch. Both guys needed some momentum and I think this match did a good job in making both of them look strong. Even though I'm sad Cesaro took the L in the match, I think it serves Black well and I can't wait to see what he does going forward. As for Cesaro, I really don't know at this point but maybe he can reunite with Sheamus when he returns from injury now that he seems to be on SmackDown.
  8. I know I was talking mega shit about this match a few days ago, but I take most of it back. This match was honestly good, the action was consistent and fun to watch. While this didn't live up to the stipulation it was put in (I'm still not sure what it was), there were still a few cool spots that I think shined well in the match. Lesnar cashing in to become a 3 time Universal champion was expected and I'm glad it happened, but it's honestly mind blowing to think about. Hopefully he has an interesting feud with his next opponent where he actually shows up for a change.
  9. Absolutely fantastic match from these two guys. Even though the crowd was REALLY dead for the whole match, being in the Discord while it was happening made it feel hype enough. The two may have gone a little over what their match length limit is, but it was brutal and chaotic throughout the whole match which was great to see. The ending was spectacular, that powerslam through the ground or whatever it was looked disgusting even if the camera didn't follow it and Braun emerging from the wreckage was a perfect way to portray him as a monster. Props to both of the guys in the match, you put on the MOTN.
  10. A decent tag team match and that's what I expected out of these teams so I was satisfied. Glad to see The Revival retain and I hope they're able to reignite the tag division a little bit so it can match up with SmackDown's. Their next feud probably lies with the War Raiders, and even though they'll probably drop the belts it should be interesting watch so I'm excited.
  11. I honestly was very surprised by this match, it was quite good. Everyone had a pretty decent showing in it and I feel like the chaotic nature of it really set the show off to a good start. I also think the right team won which is always a bonus and I hope this leads to McIntyre vs Taker sometime in the future but who knows.
  12. Certainly a good match, one of the best on the card. I'd like to have seen Ricochet's reign last a little longer, maybe until a potential rematch at Summerslam, but the finish was still great anyway. The Styles Clash done from the second rope in the opposite direction it usually is done in made it feel like Ricochet is still a worthy competitor, and I can't wait for the rematch.
  13. This match was just flat out bad. The in ring action was lacking, the crowd investment was extremely low, and the finish was something no one wanted to see. Not only did Joe lose yet another world title match, but it was just a standard win that was probably meant to feel big because all three members of the New Day were holding titles, but it did not achieve that at all. It instead felt like another setback for Joe and a win for Kofi that really didn't make any difference. Joe would be such a good WWE champion, and WWE needs to pull the trigger soon because he's not getting any younger, he's already 40. I just think it's time for Kofi to settle back into the tag division and for Joe to make the big jump.
  14. Very interesting decision from WWE here. Having Bryan/Rowan drop the titles was expected (despite how good they were), but losing them to the New Day? I, like many others, thought that Heavy Machinery would get the win and we'd get the 2vs2 rematch at Summerslam, but now that's out of the window with New Day winning. Maybe it's just to have all three members holding titles, I really don't know. But it was quite a good match anyway and the finish was done excellently.
  15. Thankfully this match didn't detract from the show too much. A little disappointed that Bayley won and there's no Bliss vs Cross for the title, but nevertheless it's good for the feud to be over.
  16. I agree with Bash, Bournemouth winning Premier seems quite difficult and I’d like to see how you’d approach it
  17. mikey0619

    BPZ Battles

    Commander Shepard (Mass Effect) vs Steve (Minecraft) Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy) vs Abe (Oddworld) Kasumi (Dead or Alive) vs Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal) Ezio Auditore (Assassins Creed) vs Vault Boy (Fallout) Blinx the Time Sweeper vs Sora (Kingdom Hearts) Marth (Fire Emblem) vs Geralt of Rivia (The Witcher) Master Chief (Halo) vs Kirby Duke Nukem vs Jin Kazama (Tekken) Gordon Freeman (Half-Life) vs Scorpion (Mortal Kombat) Ryu Hayabusa (Ninja Gaiden) vs Kratos Samus Aran (Metroid) vs Pikachu Solid Snake vs Bomberman Jak & Dexter vs Ratchet & Clank Monokuma (Danganronpa) vs Spyro the Dragon Pac-Man vs Rayman Shantae vs Clementine Captain Falcon vs Tony Hawk John Marston vs Doomguy Simon Belmont (Castlevania) vs Lara Croft Agent 47 (Hitman) vs Rico Rodriguez (Just Cause) Earthworm Jim vs Jill Valentine (Resident Evil) Conker the Squirrel vs Dante (Devil May Cry) Slime (Dragon Quest) vs Nathan Drake (Uncharted) Sly Cooper vs Banjo-Kazooie B.D Joe (Crazy Taxi) vs Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet) Frank West (Dead Rising) vs Sonic the Hedgehog Morrigan Aensland vs Crash Bandicoot Donkey Kong vs Mai Shiranui Mario vs Max Payne Mega Man vs Link Bubsy vs Marcus Fenix GLaDOS vs Chun-Li
  18. mikey0619

    WWE Battles

    Inferno vs Money In The Bank Table vs Elimination Chamber Hell In A Cell vs Chairs Ladder vs Falls Count Anywhere Last Man Standing vs Punjabi Prsion TLC vs 3 Stages Of Hell Extreme Rules vs 2 Out Of 3 Falls Steel Cage vs Iron Man Singles vs Submission *Blank* On A Pole vs Lumberjack Street Fight vs Kendo Stick Match Buried Alive vs Ambulance
  19. The show USPW Independence has just concluded and has been declared a massive success so far, and here we have some comments from those who have wrestled tonight. Mystico, Rhino, and Eric Young have chosen not to speak backstage. Ospreay enters the interview area, his hair swept up in a mess but the Lightweight championship fashioned nicely around his shoulder. He takes a seat at a table and begins his speech. Ospreay: You know, I never doubted myself coming into USPW. I may not be the biggest guy, but when you put me against someone my own size I sure as hell prove my worth in that ring. And if you had any doubt before I debuted, well...Just look at me now. Ospreay gets up and exits the room. A few moments later his opponent earlier tonight, Lio Rush, enters the room. He doesn't even take a seat at the table but instead stands in the center of the room. Rush: I'm not gonna sit here and waste your time bitching about how I should've won. It was Ospreay's night tonight, even I'll acknowledge that. But any man with a brain knows that if I had another chance, that title would come to me. Just something to think about. And with that, Rush exits the room, thanking the reporters. MJF walks in next, a cocky smile on his face as always. He sits down at the table and puts his feet up, making himself comfortable. MJF: Well the first one is in the books ladies and gentlemen! Not to mention a fantastic performance from me, best of the night I'd say. Honestly, that American dude should just put me in that world title match right now. So a message to you, Mr. Mox, watch your back while you still can. Because soon enough, it'll be broken over my leg. Because I...am better...thank you. Thank you all. MJF dramatically waves to everyone in the room and exits the room. Ren Narita is the next to enter, and he is clearly still feeling the effects from his match. The English subtitles at the bottom of the screen read. Narita: That was not quite the debut I was expecting. However, it was enjoyable nonetheless. I'm sorry to have failed you all tonight, I promise I'll do better next time. Thank you to the American fans for making this night as great as it was. That's all I've got, thank you for your time. Narita bows and exits the room right as Roppongi 3K enters with a popping bottle of champagne. The reporters back up as Romero speaks for his two new champions. Romero: Oh baby boy! Roppongi 3K are worldwide champions! Japan, America, who knows where next! Roppongi 3K is on a roll, and who's gonna stop us? Absolutely no one! Send your lightweights, send your Motor City Machine Guns, we'll take em all on. But the common factor is, no one is ripping these titles away. Good day to you all. Roppongi 3K walks out of the room, still hollering and cheering about their win. Shortly after, Epico & Primo walk into the room. They sit down to begin their interview but are attacked from behind by MCMG. The Machine Guns quickly escape from the room as Primo and Epico chase after them. Soon after, Mercedes KV enters the room after her match. KV: I know you all saw what happened out there, so I'll spare you the details. But I know, you know, everyone who watched know, that bitch got lucky. One slight move and boom. Didn't have a good enough grip to kick out, didn't lock in the submission right, and a bunch of other things. The point is, I could beat her any day of the week, so don't count me out just yet. KV storms out of the room as Dashwood enters. The two standoff for a moment but Dashwood walks past eventually. She takes a seat at the table. Dashwood: I apologize for her, she can be a bit over dramatic. No need to worry, you have a true beautiful face in front of you now. This win...this win is just the first of many. Kana, Rosemary, whoever is back there, look out. Ms. Dashwood is coming for you all, and she is a very impatient woman. Dashwood leaves the room as the Guerrillas of Destiny take her place. They flip over the table and knock down the chairs before speaking. Tonga: Man, fuck this bullshit. We put everything we had in our bodies into that match, and for what? To take some hits to the head that'll leave us messed up for a little bit? No. We're going to do something about it. Lucha Bros, keep a lookout, because we'll be back sooner than you could even imagine. GOD storms out of the room as their opponents take their place a few moments later. They simply stand their until Pentagon speaks. Pentagon: CERO! MIEDOOOO! And with that, the tag team leaves the room even quicker than they entered. A bewildered TAKA Michinoku and Zack Sabre Jr enter after them and sit down for their speech. Michinoku: Tonight...was simply not the night. When put in a match with three other elite competitors, the chances of victory obviously decreases, which clearly happened here. Maybe in a one on one situation I could've picked up the win, but just not tonight. I'll be back though. Sabre Jr: You did great, TAKA. And for any of you in that match who'd like another match with the hottest foreign star in USPW, he's right here. Sabre Jr and Michinoku thank the reporters and exit the room as Jay White enters. White smirks at the two and stands in the middle of the room. White: Before we get started, where's my chair? Chair? CHAIR? Ah, you know what, forget it. No, nope, you ruined the moment. Anyway, tonight was a travesty. I had that match won and all Uhaa did was snatch it like a wimp. So, Nation, I challenge you. One on one, no excuses, just you and me in the ring. I'll be waiting. White goes to exit the room but bumps into the entering Nation. All hell breaks loose as a brawl emerges between the two. They are eventually escorted out of the room, being held apart by security and even Kurt Angle himself. Despite all of that, Jay Lethal has took it upon himself to get his portion of the interview done. Lethal: You know, it just hurts. It hurts knowing that all those people were depending on me to bring home one big victory for the US today, and I couldn't deliver. Now only one question is left: what next for Jay Lethal? The truth is, I'm not sure, but I'll see you all around. Lethal leaves the room, his head hanging low. Scurll enters the room right after, his broken umbrella carried in his two hands. Scurll: God dammit! Look at my poor baby! Snapped in two like a fucking twig. I bear the symbol of your people's country on it, and this is how you treat it? Disgraceful, us Brits would never do such a thing. As for my match tonight, what did you expect? A fake Macho Man to take a victory home, against ME? Not a chance, not in the slightest. This win was expected, and next is line is Jon Moxley or whoever else I have to go through if it means winning that world champion. G'day to you. Scurll throws his umbrella parts across the room and marches out of the room, much to the amusement of an entering Jon Moxley. Moxley: Well, what do you want me to say? The fans love a good show, and that's what I gave them. I drilled that bastards head straight into the ground and let me tell you, I've never felt more alive. The thrill of inflicting pain...it's like nothing else in this world. Welp, I've gotta wait till the next event to get some blood on my hands, so for now, peace bitches. Moxley knocks the camera over, cutting the screen to black and ending these post match promos.
  20. My number one probably forever, I am a fan of Edge's theme, Burn in my Light, and The Hardys first theme
  21. Randy Savage vs CM Punk Hulk Hogan vs Chris Jericho The Undertaker vs Ric Flair The Rock vs Steve Austin
  22. WWE has done well to improve on their entertaining wrestlers lately, but I think R-Truth takes the cake for me. His skits with the title are absolutely hilarious and they always have something to make them fresh. Props to Drake Maverick for helping it be as funny as it us. In terms of like wrestling entertainment, I'd have to go with Kevin Owens lately. His promos recently have been phenomenal and realistic as all hell. Other honorable mentions go to Wyatt, Aleister Black, and Ricochet (in ring).

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