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  1. As good as MJF has been on his character work, I feel it's still too soon to put the World Championship on him. His in-ring work isn't yet to the point where I feel he could work as a Champion, especially in a company like AEW where at the end of the day in ring work is as important as character. Give him some more years though and I fully believe MJF can be at that point but right now I say this is where MJF's streak comes to an end at the hands of Jon Moxley, so I'm going with Mox to retain in a pretty good match nonetheless.
  2. JWWA Dream Slam - Monthly Event Nagoya Congress Center - Nagoya, Japan March 2020 Match 1 Queen's Quest (Momo Watanabe and Jinny) vs Dash Chisako and Hiroyo Matsumoto Our opening tag match of Dream Slam pits the new tag team of Momo Watanabe and Jinny taking on two mystery opponents which turn out to be the team of Dash Chisako and Hiroyo Matsumoto of Sendai Girls fame. It is a pretty good opening contest as the two teams jockey for position within the competitive tag division. In the end Momo and Jinny manage to secure the win with Jinny hiting Dash with a Facelift at the 9:13 mark Winners: Queen's Quest (Momo Watanabe & Jinny) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 2 Donna del Mundo (Giulia, Maika and Himeka) vs Tokyo Cyber Squad (Jungle Kyona, Konami and Death Yama-San) Our next contest continues the on-going story between Donna del Mundo and Tokyo Cyber Squad as Jungle Kyona, Konami and Death Yama-San take on Giulia, Maika and Himeka. The two factions continuing there rivalry that has been brewing since the beginning of JWWA. This time it is Tokyo Cyber Squad who scores the victory as Konami and Giulia are busy fighting each other. This allows Death to toss down Himeka leaving Jungle alone with Maika which leads to Jungle getting the win with her Hammer Throw Powerbomb at the 13:18 mark. Winners: Tokyo Cyber Squad (Jungle Kyona, Konami and Death Yama-San) Post-Match Giulia call for a mic and chellanges Konami for a match next month at Nagoya Festival which Konami is quick to accept! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 3 Neo-Biishikin Gun (Sakisama, Tenille Dashwood and Allysin Kay) vs Oedo Tai (Natsuko Tora, Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter) Our next match pits the new trio of Neo-Biishikin Gun consisting of Sakisama, Tenille Dashwood and Allysin Kay taking on the Oedo Tai trio of Natsuko Tora, Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter. This coming in result of Bea's recent loss to Kay, before she joined with Neo-Biishikin Gun. Saki shows her displeasure on fighting Oedo Tai not engaging with them much letting Tenille and Allsyin do most of the work as they engage with Bea and Jamie. In the end it does however come out to both Natsuko and Sakisama in the ring as Saki is being beaten around by Tora only for Tenille and Allysin to come to the rescue of there leader. The match ends with Bea and Saki in the ring and Saki locking Bea in the Versailles Choke forcing the Brit to tap out at the 13:57 mark. Winners: Neo-Biishikin Gun (Sakisama, Tenille Dashwood and Allysin Kay) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 4 Maki Itoh vs Viper Our next match is the result of the open chellange laid out on week 3 by Maki Itoh which was promptly answered by the debuting Viper on behalf of Queen's Quest. Both ladies looking to make there mark in the JWWA . Viper showed her immense strength by tossing around the smaller Itoh around, forcing Itoh to resort to hit and run tactics. Eventually Itoh would take advantage to move out of the way of Viper's Avalanche attempt to gain control. After 15 minutes the end would come with Viper catching Maki with a Powerslam followed by an Avalanche for the win in her debut! Winner: Viper ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Match 5 Artists of Artists Championship Match Queen's Quest (Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani) vs Medusa Complex (Millie McKenzie & Charli Evans) Our next contest is the tag team match to determine the first ever Artists of Artists Champions featuring the pairings of Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani taking on the team of Medusa Complex. The two teams had a tough path to the finals with Utami and Saya who beat Sadie Gibbs and Shanna and then Sakisama and Tenille whereas Medusa Complex beat Saki Kashima and Natsu Sumire and then Starlight Kid and Tam Nakano to reach this stage. The match starts with Millie and Utami having a good wrestling sequence as they trade holds between each other before tagging there partners. The match continues like this back ánd forth bor quite awhile. Eventually it's Charli and Saya in the ring and it looks like Saya is going to get the win for her team only for Evans to counter and hit her with the Snapmare Driver after 20:10 to secure the win and the titles! Winners: Medusa Complex (Millie McKenzie & Charli Evans) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 6 Princess of Princesses Championship Yuka Sakazaki (c) vs Syuri Kondo Our Semi-Main event features Yuka Sakazaki defending the Princess of Princesses Championship against Syuri Kondo. Yuka looking to make his first title defense of the title whereas Syuri has been in a very good momentum picking up win after win. Contrasting styles here with Yuka going for more of a High Flying style compared to Syuri's more grappling style. Syuri does take control of the match for the most part keeping the champion grounded, not allowing Yuka to do most of her offense. Eventually though Yuka manages a comeback taking out Syuri with her highflying action. In the end Yuka wins with the Magical Girl Splash at the 22:35 mark to make defense number 1 of the title! Winner and still Princess of Princesses Champion: Yuka Sakazaki ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Queen of Queens Championship Meiko Satomura (c) vs Jordynne Grace Our Main Event for Dream Slam pits Meiko Satomura facing Jordynne Grace for the Queen of Queens Championship. The two have been envolved in a pretty heated rivalry as Satomura and Grace start beating each other over with forearm exchanges and exchanging moves. In the end it's Jordynne that takes a bit advantage over the champ overpowering Meiko and keeping the champion grounded. However the veteran Meiko would take advantage of Grace's overzealousy and eventually secure the win at the 27:37 mark after doing the Death Valley Bomb followed by the Scorpio Rising to secure the win and retain the title! Winner and still Queen of Queens Champion: Meiko Satomura -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Meiko Satomura confronted by Jungle Kyona! Meiko cuts a promo after the match, very happy about surviving the chellange of Jordynne Grace. Meiko doesn't know who is next but she is hoping for someone good to step up. Eventually it is Jungle Kyona who comes out and lays the chellange to Meiko for next month at Nagoya Festival. Meiko nods her head before offering Kyona a fist bump which she takes. It seems the match is set for next month Meiko vs Jungle for the Queen of Queens Title!
  3. JWWA Dream Slam Tour - Weekly 1 Nagoya Congress Center - Nagoya, Japan March 2020 Artists of Artists Mini Tournament starts The Show starts this week with a figure in an office. Revealing to be Joshi Wrestling Legend Manami Toyota, she announces herself as the President of JWWA. She congratulates all the ladies on a good first month and declares that during the next 4 weeks JWWA will play host to a mini-tournament again this time to crown the Artist of Artists Tag Champions. She claims the JWWA will noy only thrive in showing the best in Singles Women's Wrestling but also promote Tag Team Wrestling and she hopes to see the best pair win starting with tonight as Utami Hayashishita teams with the debuting Saya Kamitani to face Shanna and newcomer Sadie Gibbs whereas in our main event, Itoh's Respect Army's Medusa Complex face off against Oedo Tai's Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter! The winners will then face the winners of the tag matches next week on week 4 with the finals being held at our next PPV, Dream Slam! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 1 Artist of Artists Tag Championship Tournament Queen's Quest (Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani) vs IDOLS (Sadie Gibbs & Shanna) Our first match in this tournament featured two debuts in JWWA as Saya Kamitani and Sadie Gibbs made there JWWA debut teaming with Utami Hayashishita and Shanna respectively. Both teams looking for a chance to become the first ever Artist of Artists Champions. Utami and Saya showed pretty good chemistry working as a duo which helped hide a bit Saya's greeness a bit although she showed some signs of brilliance at times. Sadie and Shanna's lack of chemistry was a bit there but the duo tried there best to match. It was not meant to be though as the Queen's Quest duo would pick up the victory as Saya Kamitani dropkicks Shanna onto Utami who picks her up and makes her tap out to the Argentine Backbreaker for the win at 9:13. Winners: Queen's Quest (Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Neo-Biishiki Gun is coming! We go to a pre-taped vignette of Sakisama who talks about her goals here in the JWWA. She wants to make sure only the most beautiful and talented competitors are here and to get rid of all the riff-raff. She says she sees in Tenille a kindred spirit and that together they going to dominate this company. She is on the lookout for more people to join her on this quest and that they will be foolish to not take her offer. There is one person though she will never forgive and next week she is going to make an example out of her! The seguement ends with her calling out Hyper Misao's name and promising pain on her! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 2 IDOLS (Meiko Satomura, Starlight Kid & Tam Nakano) vs Donna del Mundo (Jordynne Grace, Maika & Himeka) The next match deals with the fallout of Queen's Crown and continues to build up to Dream Slam as Queen of Queens Champion Meiko Satomura teams with Starlight Kid and Tam Nakano to take on her chellanger Jordynne Grace and her partners Maika and Himeka. Maika and Himeka will face off with Starlight Kid and Tam Nakano in the Artist of Artists Tournament next week. Meiko and Jordynne keep fighting against each other a lot as Jordynne brings the fight to Satomura. Meanwhile the other 4 competitors give a nice of preview of what's to happen next week. The end comes with Donna Del Mundo isolating Starlight Kid and it leads to Grace scoring the win with the Grace Driver to win the match at 12:!3. Winners: Donna Del Mundo (Jordynne Grace, Maika and Himeka) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 3 Artist of Artists Tag Championship Tournament Medusa Complex (Millie McKenzie & Charli Evans wMaki Itoh) vs Oedo Tai (Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter wNatsu Sumire) The next match is the 2nd match of the Artist of Artists Tournament as Medusa Complex take on Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter. This is Bea's and Jamie's first match ever in JWWA but the duo have a lot of experience together as a team against another very experience team in Medusa Complex. Both teams being accompanied by members of both stables as Maki Itoh accompanies Medusa Complex and Natsu Sumire is on the corner of Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter. Both teams put on a good show as they try to advance in this tournament. However a miscomunication ends up costing the match for Bea and Jamie as Bea accidently hits Jamie and is caught on a 2 on 1 situation which leads to Medusa Complex securing the win after Charli Evans catches Bea with a Yakuza Kick. Winners: Medusa Complex (Millie McKenzie & Charli Evans) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Main Event Donna del Mundo (Giulia & Syuri) vs Yuka Sakazaki & Shazza McKenzie The next tag team match features the JWWA debut of Shazza McKenzie as she teams up with the Princess of Princess Champion Yuka Sakazaki to take on Giulia and Syuri Kondo. Giulia coming off her loss to Meiko is looking to bounce back together with Syuri both looking for a chance to face Yuka for her title. In the end the chemistry between Giulia and Syuri is superior to the one between Yuka and Shazza which benefits both Giulia and Syuri who are able to isolate Shazza. In the end Syuri scores the pinfall win on Shazza with a Double Knee Buster with Giulia on Shazza at the 16:47 mark. Winners: Donna del Mundo (Giulia & Syuri) Syuri points at Yuka's title as this week ends. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- JWWA Dream Slam Tour - Weekly 2 Nagoya Congress Center - Nagoya, Japan March 2020 Match 1 Artist of Artists Tag Tournament Match IDOLS (Starlight Kid and Tam Nakano) vs Donna del Mundo (Maika and Himeka) We open this week with the 3rd match of Artist of Artists Tournament as the team of Starlight Kid and Tam Nakano take on Donna del Mundo's duo of Maika and Himeka. Both teams continuing there fight from last week as they kept the fight going from last month. In the end it'd be the IDOLS duo taking the win here as Tam Nakano would pin Maika following a Tiger Suplex at the 11:12 Winners: IDOLS (Starlight Kid & Tam Nakano) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 2 Jinny vs Momo Watanabe Our next singles matches features two debuts in JWWA as the Fashionista Jinny takes on Queen's Quest Momo Watanabe. Both women looking to make there presence here in JWWA as they put on a very competitive match. In the end Momo Watanabe scores the victory with the Diving Somato at the 12:13 mark. Winner: Momo Watanabe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Momo Watanabe and Jinny show respect Post-Match Momo and Jinny share a fist-bump showing there respect for each other. The Queen's Quest faction applaudes both women as they walk together backstage, ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 3 Artist of Artists Tag Tournament Match Neo-Biishikin Gun (Sakisama & Tenille Dashwood) vs IDOLS (Hyper Misao & Super Strong Starlight Machine) The next tag team match is the final 1st round match of the Artist of Artists Tag Tournament which pits the new team of Sakisama and Tenille Dashwood representing Neo-Biishikin Gun against the new superheroine duo of Hyper Misao and Super Strong Starlight Machine. The two heroines trying there best against the villainous duo who showed good chemistry for such a new tag team, both showing there disgust at the Superheroine team. In the end the Villainous duo would end up getting the victory as Sakisama would nail her rival Hyper Misao with a Big Boot whereas Tenille would nail Starlight Machine with the Michinoku Driver. Winners: Neo-Biishikin Gun (Sakisama & Tenille Dashwood) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Donna del Mundo (Jordynne Grace & Giulia) vs Meiko Satomura & Sareee This week's Main Event pits Meiko teaming up with another newcomer to JWWA in Sareee as they take on the woman Meiko beat for the belt in Giulia and her actual next chellanger Jordynne Grace. The match is very competitive with Sareee keeping up with the two Donna Del Mundo wrestlers and showing pretty good chemistry with Meiko. In the end the champion would come in from the hot tag and would end up scoring the win for her team by pinning Giulia after with the Death Valley Bomb at the 17:18 mark. Winners: Meiko Satomura and Sareee ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Meiko is ready to bring the fight to Grace at Dream Slam! Meiko gets the mic after the match and praises Saree as a competitor, before shifting her attention to Grace, saying she needs to bring a lot more fire if she is going to beat her and that at Dream Slam she will beat respect into Grace! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- JWWA Dream Slam Tour - Weekly 3 Nagoya Congress Center - Nagoya, Japan March 2020 Match 1 Allysin Kay vs Bea Priestley Week 3 starts with the debut of Allysin Kay as she takes on Bea Priestley who last week lost in the Aritist of Artists Tournament. Both Women really showcased there skills in this match. In the end Allysin Kay scores the win in her JWWA Debut with an AK-47 on Bea on 11:15. Winner: Allysin Kay -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sakisama and Allysin Kay join forces! Sakisama's theme plays after the match concludes as her and Tenille Dashwood come out to the ring as Allysin is celebrating. Saki tells Allysin she was very impressed with what she showed and offers her a place alongside her, After a bit of consideration Allysin shakes hands with Saki and Tenille signfying there alliance. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 2 Oedo Tai (Natsuko Tora, Saki Kashima, Natsu Sumire and Thunder Rosa) vs Queen's Quest (Momo Watanabe, AZM, Jinny and Saya Kamitani) Next we get a Eight Women Tag Match as the Queen's Quest Quartet of AZM, Momo Watanabe, Saya Kamitani and Jinny takes on the Oedo Tai Quartet of Natsuko Tora, Natsu Sumire, Saki Kashima and Thunder Rosa. It's a big faction warfare as the two quartets split into various confrontations. AZM setting herself up against Thunder Rosa, Momo Watanabe against Saki Kashima and Saya and Jinny for Natsu Sumire and Natsuko Tora. The match would end on 10:13 with Thunder Rosa scoring the victory over AZM with La Rosa. Winners: Oedo Tai (Natsuko Tora, Natsu Sumire, Saki Kashima and Thunder Rosa) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 3 Syuri Kondo def Shanna The next month saw Syuri Kondo, the next chellanger to the Princess of Princess Championship, faces Shanna in a preparation match for her match with Yuka. This match is meant to just highlight the strengths of Syrui and even though Shanna puts up a bit of a fight in the end Syuri gets the victory with Gracias at 9:13 mark. Winner: Syuri Kondo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Semi Finals Artist of Artists Tag Tournament Medusa Complex (Millie McKeinze & Charli Evans w Maki Itoh) vs IDOLS (Starlight Kid & Tam Nakano) Week 3's Main Event pits the 1st Semi-Final of the Artist of Artists Tournament as Medusa Complex face against Tam Nakano and Starlight Kid, both teams hoping to get a spot in Dream Slam for the titles. Starlight Kid and Tam Nakano went through Maika and Himeka in the 1st round whereas Medusa Complex beat Bea and Jamie in the first match. Medusa Complex showing good tag team work in isolating Starlight Kid and preventing Tam Nakano from tagging in for a while. Eventually Starlight manages the hot tag to Tam who cleans the ring getting the advantage back on her side. When it seems Tam is going to get the win for her team, a distraction by Maki Itoh allowed Medusa Complex to capitalize and secure the win with the Snapmare Driver at the 19:15. Winners: Medusa Complex (Millie McKenzie and Charli Evans) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Itoh's Respect Army celebration interrupted by Viper! Post Match Maki Itoh joins her stablemates as they celebrate the win with Itoh throwing a chellange to a Queen's Quest member to face her at Dream Slam in a open chellange. Tam nods her head saying that they have a person in mind and out from the back comes Viper making her JWWA debut. Viper accepts Maki's chellange for Dream Slam as Maki looks frustrated! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- JWWA Dream Slam Tour - Weekly 4 Nagoya Congress Center - Nagoya, Japan March 2020 Match 1 Himeka vs Yuka Sakazaki Our first match on this week sees Princess of Princess Champion Yuka Sakazaki face off against DdM's Himeka Arita just 6 days before her scheduled title defense against Himeka's comrade Syuri. Himeka looking to soften up Yuka before she faces Syuri and it is seens with the way Himeka approaches this match showing her impressive strength against the champion. However Yuka manages to fight back and eventually secures the win at 9:14 with the Magical Girl Splash. Winner: Yuka Sakazaki ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yuka and Syuri face to face After the match Syuri comes from the back and stares down the champion making the title motion around her waist. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 2 Oedo Tai (Bea Priestley & Jamie Hayter) vs IDOLS (Shanna & Sadie Gibbs) Our next contest picks two of the teams defeated in this tournament as Oedo Tai's Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter face off against IDOLS' Shanna and Sadie Gibbs. Both teams looking to prove themselves worthy of a potential future Artist of Artists title match here. In the end it's the more experienced duo of Priestley and Hayter who scores the win after Hayter hits the Falcon Arrow on Shanna on 10:23. Winners: Oedo Tai (Bea Priestley & Jamie Hayter) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Match 3 Donna del Mundo (Giulia, Syuri Kondo and Maika) vs Tokyo Cyber Squad (Jungle Kyona, Konami and Death Yama-San) The next match features the return of Tokyo Cyber Squad who hasn't been featured a lot this month as they get set to face Donna del Mundo in 6-Women Tag action. Both factions continuing there rivalry that has been standing for long. In the end however it is Donna del Mundo who gets the win here as Syuri nails Death Yama-San with a PK at 14:19 to secure the victory for her team. Winners: Donna del Mundo (Giulia, Syuri & Maika) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Main Event Artist of Artists Tag Tournament Semi Final Queen's Quest (Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani) vs Neo-Biishikin Gun (Sakisama & Tenille Dashwood) The Main Event of the evening is the 2nd Semi-Final of the Artist of Artists Tournament as the team of Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani face off against Sakisama and Tenille Dashwood of Neo-Biishikin Gun. It's a pretty back and forth affair between both teams as they look to make it to the finals for a chance at the titles. In the end after 17:19 Allysin Kay tries to make interference only for AZM to stop her in her tracks. This is enough to cause Sakisama to be distracted allowing Utami and Saya to capitalize on Tenille with Utami catching Tenille in the Argentine Backbreaker forcing Tenille to tap out. Winners: Queen's Quest (Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contract Signing between Meiko and Jordynne The final seguement on this week is the contract signing for Dream Slam's Main Event. Manami Toyota comes out to officiate the proceedings, however before that she announces the final card for Dream Slam stating 3 more matches been signed for the show as the trio of Giulia, Maika and Himeka Arita of Donna del Mundo will face the trio of Jungle Kyona, Konami and Death Yama-San of Tokyo Cyber Squad, plus Neo-Biishikin Gun's trio will face the Oedo Tai Trio of Bea Priestley, Jamie Hayter and Natusko Tora. Finally Momo Watanabe and Jinny will be teaming for the first time ever against two mysterious oppnents. As she finishes this both Meiko and Jordynne come out for the contract signing. Tensions are high between the two competitors who continue staring each other down. Despite that the contract signing goes off without a hitch and we end the show with the shot of Meiko and Jordynne staring each other as Meiko puts the Queen of Queens title between the two! JWWA Dream Slam Final Card Meiko Satomura (c) vs Jordynne Grace - Queen of Queens Championship Yuka Sakazaki (c) vs Syuri Kondo - Princess of Princesses Championship Medusa Complex (Millie McKenzie & Charli Evans) vs Queen's Quest (Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani) - Artists of Artists Championships Donna del Mundo (Giulia, Maika, Himeka) vs Tokyo Cyber Squad (Jungle Kyona, Konami & Death Yama-San) Viper vs Maki Itoh Neo-Biishikin Gun (Sakisama, Tenille Dashwood & Allysin Kay) vs Oedo Tai (Bea Priestley, Jamie Hayter & Natusko Tora) Queen's Quest (Momo Watanabe & Jinny) vs ???
  4. We are live on Carnage. Earlier tonight we saw the confrontation between Joshua Scott and the returning Alyx Wilde as well as the news that Ropati the King of the Ring Winner is in Egypt and will be in attendence for Valor's exclusive PPV Chapter 2 Exodus. But now we move onto another match that is scheduled to happen at Summerslam as the scene begins inside a Gym. Alex is seen sitting around contemplating things after a work out in preparation for the NA Title Match at Summerslam. Alex Costa: I heard your words Prince and I have to agree, you are in a very good position right now. Congratulations on beating Jason Ryan, between us I always felt you were going to surpass him. Not that I wouldn't want to beat Jason because trust me at the end of the day beating you or him, makes zero difference to me. Alex continues looking on as the camera changes focus But I wonder Prince, I wonder if your attempts at finding Karico again aren't too much of a distraction. As good as Jason Ryan claims to be, me and my friend Raven we are on another level. You know that right since last time you faced him you lost, whereas I beat him. This match is different though. It feels different and in many ways for the better. This is an area where it seems 2020 I've thrived and now the chance is there to become the new BPZ North American Champion! All 3 of the previous champions left there mark on this title, Arius, the revenant, current BPZ World Heayvweight Champion set the standard, Yelich, probably one of the most creative chaotic minds I've seen in this business and finally my stablemate, a man we recently welcomed in FD-Gun, KENJI, perhaps the greatest of them all. All 3 men left there mark on that belt. I'd say the name of Flynn but at the end of the day he almost killed it. Word is "almost", because it lives and after Summerslam it's going to be around the waist of the right man to carry it forward. Prince, Raven, Epic all of you have a legitimate claim to be there. Heaven knows all 3 of you would make for fine BPZ North American Champions. But at the end of the day, I got the biggest drive out of all of you. And Drive and Passion is what carries me forward and it is what's going to lead me to victory. At Summerslam I am walking out champion! Alex resumes training focused and intent on one thing only, winning at Summerslam. The seguement ends as we move forward with more Carnage after the break!
  5. Rising Dragon Pro Wrestling Location: Tokyo, Japan Roster Owner: Giant Baba Mitsuharu Misawa Akira Taue Toshiaki Kawada Chris Benoit Dean Malenko Shinya Hashimoto Jushin Thunder Liger Tatsumi Fujinami Kengo Kimura Ultimo Dragon Mike Awesome Riki Choshu Manubu Nakanishi Satoshi Kojima Koji Kanemoto Shinjiro Otani Hayabusa Super Strong Machine Nobuhiko Takada Jinsei Shinzaki Hiroshi Hase El Samurai Tiger Mask IV Johnny Ace Kazuyuki Fujita Norio Honaga Don Kroffat Phil LaFon Robbie Brookside Shinya Makabe Titles: RDPW Heavyweight Championship (Tournament to decide first champion TBA) RDPW Junior Heavyweight Championship (TBA) RDPW Tag Team Championships Events: (Will be Updated as more are added) January: New Beginning
  6. BPZ.Com Exclusive Video We are backstage after the match between Alex Costa and Joshua Scott, which ended up very quickly with Alex making Josh tap out. Alex comes in, looking pretty fresh as his match didn't even last that long. He is very happy about this win of course. Alex Costa: Didn't even break a sweat. I told you Josh wasn't on my level. Especially not after this long break he just had. And you saw what he did post match right. So be glad there is no chance he will represent you as the North American Champion now. Alex pauses to drink a bit of water before continuing Now when it comes to Summerslam I know my three opponents will be tougher than this match was. I am ready but for now I want to sit back and actually see who I will face. Does anyone have any questions? As Alex asks this, Gekyume Sims asks Alex what are his thoughts about potentially facing his stablemate Raven again. I have no problems with facing Raven, like I said during King of the Ring, we have no qualms about fighting each other. That's how we look to continue to improve. I don't care if I have to go through Raven to become North American Champion, if I can't beat the best then I don't deserve to win this title. Any more questions? As no more questions are asked Alex shakes his head Very well I will be taking my leave now! Arriverdeci! Alex leaves after being handled a water bottle from Christina as he walks to presumably watch the rest of the matches.
  7. We are live on Carnage as we get set for the first of four North American Championship Qualfier Matches here tonight! The Commentary team hype up all four matches before passing it away to Danielle who introduces the competitors Danielle: The Following Contest, scheduled for one fall is a No Disqualification match, however Alex Costa must be blindfolded and the winner will advance to the Fatal Four Way Match at Summerslam to crown the new BPZ North American Champion! Crowd is hyped up as we wait for our first competitor. Seven Nation Army blasts through the speakers signfying the arrival of the recently returned Manchester's Number One Joshua Scott! The former Intercontinental Champion making his recent return to the company after beating his old friend Gary Green, now looks set from some actual competition. The Crowd gives him a mixed reaction as they are not sure of how to make of his stipulation choice. Joshua looks set and focus waiting for his opponent to arrive. He waits for a couple of minutes expecting Alex's theme to play before finally: What's True blasts through the screens as people await for the Arrival of Alex Costa Costa who has voiced his displeasure over this stipulation is nevertheless cheered by the crowd here as he has been touted as one of the favorites in this tournament. However he's gotta face some big adversity tonight being blindfolded for this. Both competitors look ready as Alex gets blindfolded by the referee. The bell rings as Alex is looking confused where he is, Josh immediatly tries to take advantage by rolling up Alex for a quick pin but Alex kicks out at one! Almost by instinct though Alex locks in the Fujiwara Armbar on Joshua Scott! Joshua has nowhere to go since it is No Disqualification as no rope breaks are allowed to happen. Alex keeps it wrenched even as Joshua attempts to reverse it to a pin attempt, which happens before Alex reapplies the hold. After a couple of seconds Josh finally taps out! This match lasted less than a minute! Alex celebrates as we see Joshua look on in the corner seemingly frustrated. (Continuation in Josh's promo)
  8. Name: Alex Costa Age: 16 Nationality: Portuguese Club: Everton Skin Tone: White Height in ft: 6'4 Weight: 85 lbs Position: Striker
  9. 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.
  10. Congratulations on this renomination FDS, it's great to see you back on the mod team and I am sure you will provide some good help to the entire modding team.
  11. BPZ.Com Exclusive The video starts with a shot of an empty arena where we see Alex Costa sitting by himself contemplating on things. Alex Costa: The time is slowly ticking away for you Josh. Just because you pulled some string to get our match now to be No Disqualification, doesn't mean you are save from the embarassment I am gonna cause you on Carnage when I beat you even with this handicap. For me this match is just a tuneup, I know I can beat you Josh. No matter how many silly stipulations you stack against me, I am going to beat you, that's how confident I am. Just because you beat that scrub Gary Green doesn't mean you are entitled to even be in the discussion for the North American Championship. Alex sighes a bit The North American Championship has eluded my grasp for a long time. I worked hard but never got the chance to chellange for it and it ate me inside. Seeing guys like Austin Mirage, for exemple get a chance at it and I, I was never considered. For a long time it pissed me off, you know. But now I understand why they did it. Frankly I don't blame them, what happened last year is something that still haunts me. This tournament is a chance to right all the wrongs. Both mine and this title we been disrespected for far too long. People ask what I plan to do if win the North American Championship? I can tell you I don't plan to just copy the legacies left behind by Arius and KENJI with this belt. Certainly not Yelich's. I am going to forge my own path with the NA Championship. I plan to make that title my own. Alex then continues to look on This path of mine starts when I beat you Josh. Josh you are a good hand and I am sure you can help the young guys settle in well. But I have moved past that. My goal and focus is only to get to Summerslam and leave Summerslam as the North American Champion. Anything else I'd consider it to be a failure! I am going to forge this division into my own Kingdom. It's time respect is restored to the North American Championship and I will be the one to do it. The people in the back want this to be in the midcard, well when I am done I will make this belt the Main Event once again. As Alex finishes speaking he continues looking at the arena for a bit before nodding to the camera and walking away out of frame as the video ends. Alex looks ready for the fight against Josh. How will Josh respond to these words? Can Alex make good on his promise to become North American Champion?
  12. NJPW WRESTLING SATSUMA NO KUNI: IWGP United States Championship Match: Jon Moxley (c) vs David Finlay IWGP Tag Team Championship Match: Golden☆Ace (Hiroshi Tanahashi & Kota Ibushi) (c) vs Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre Jr.) vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA & EVIL) Suzuki-gun (Taichi & Miro) vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito & Shingo Takagi) CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Tomohiro Ishii, & Robbie Eagles) vs Bullet Club (Jay White, KENTA, & El Phantasmo) Suzuki-gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) Suzuki-gun (TAKA Michinoku & DOUKI) vs Rocky Romero & Ryusuke Taguchi Hirooki Goto & Karl Fredericks vs Villain Enterprises (PCO & Brody King) BONUS QUESTIONS: There are three Suzuki-gun vs LIJ matches at this show, who will win the majority of these matches?: LIJ This show will set up many matches for Wrestling Dontaku, Name one of them: Minoru Suzuki vs EVIL __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IMPACT UNITED WE STAND: IMPACT World Championship Match, If Tessa Loses She Must Leave IMPACT:Tessa Blanchard VS Moose (c) IMPACT Tag Team Championship Match: The Rascalz VS Rich Swann/Willie Mack VS The North (c) Tommy Dreamer/Rhino/??? VS Hardcore Legends Ken Shamrock Retirement Match: Sami Callihan VS Ken Shamrock Loser Leaves IMPACT: Michael Elgin VS Eddie Edwards X-Division Championship Ultimate X Match: Trey VS Chris Bey VS Petey Williams VS Suicide VS Johnny Swinger VS Ace Austin (c) Knockout's Championship Match: Taya Valkyrie VS Jordynne Grace (c) TJP/Fallah Bahh VS Team XXXL BONUS QUESTIONS: Who is the tag team partner for Tommy Dreamer and Rhino in their match? Heath Miller Two former IMPACT champions will make their return at this show. Who will they be? Crazzy Steve and Mike Bennett
  13. PREDICTIONS: Who will win Block A?: Antonio Inoki Who will come Runner Up in Block A?: Yoshiaki Fujiawara Who will Win Block B?: Tatsumi Fujinami Who will come Runner Up in Block B: Akira Maeda Who will win the ENTIRE IWGP Series/Win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship?: Tatsumi Fujinami
  14. Wasn't able to watch the show live but I did go back and watch Suzuki vs Nagata and as always it was a brutal affair when these two are envolved. Both men beating the piss out of each other in a match that puts a lot of younger wrestlers out to shame. The end was pretty good with Suzuki finally taking out Nagata before finishing him off with the Gotch-Style Piledriver. Definatly go out of your way to watch this match if you have to watch anything from this show.
  15. My Fairy Team Clefairy (Yuka Sakazaki) Togetic (Mayu Iwatani) Kirlia (Kimber Lee) Marill (Kairi Sane) Morgrem (Io Shirai) Cutiefly (Xia Brookside) Swirlix (Candy Floss) Cottonee (Nikki Cross)
  16. Some Undisclosed alleyway We are live on Carnage, one week away from the qualfying matches for the North American Championship. It's been announced that all matches will be fought under different stipulations. For Alex Costa, the choice by one Joshua Scott had lead to many people going on Twitter coming into support of Alex, calling out the company for manipulating the votes in favour of Josh and fans worried this was going to lead to the company burying Alex. However we haven't heard from Alex at all since the announcement until this video aired. The scene is a darkish alleyway in some unknown place, night having fallen. Suddenly we see a man smoking in said dark alleyway slowly exhalling the fumes before he speaks: Undisclosed voice: I have heard the comments, heard what the people had to say and I have to agree. The Man puts out his cigarette, before walking into the light revealing himself to be none other than Alex Costa! Alex Costa: I've heard what people have been saying! What the hell is BPZ doing? Sanctioning this ideia of a match, clearly meant to favour Joshua Scott, showing favouritism. I've also heard the calls this vote was biased and to be honest it doesn't f**ing suprise me. This is the same company that kept giving this talentless hack, championship match after championship match even though he kept being embarrrased every single time. What has this man done other than embarass himself huh? And now he wants to spit on the legacy of a man who was at the top of the world right now and for what? Jealousy? Alex keeps walking in the alleyway smirking himself to all of this Josh, be careful what you wish for. You want me to face you in this kind of match knowing that I am aligned with the same man that created it and yet you wanna stack things further in your favour, knowing deep down that you can't beat me. That's not very heroic of you Josh, it just makes you come across as a coward! And the fact that this company threw you this bone, it just PISSES ME OFF! An enraged Alex kicks out a trash can in the alley So this is how we going to play this Josh, you want to face me in this match, you better be prepared for the fight of your life. This is not going to be the usual Alex who tries to outwrestle you and put on a great wrestling match for the fans. No what you dealing with is something much much worse. I'M GOING TO THIS MATCH AND BEAT YOU TO AN INCH OF YOUR LIFE! I'M NOT PLAYING ANY GAMES HERE! Alex takes another cigarette out and walks into another alleyway Just remember this moment, Josh when you lying in a hospital bed in a pile of your own blood. You could have avoided this! All you had to do was avoid pissing me off. I'm going to make an example out of you next week! Stack whatever stips you want in your favour like you always do, I don't care, I'm sending you back to retirement! Alex then walks away from the scene, cigarette still in his head. An eery message has been sent to one Joshua Scott. Will Alex live up to his performance and end Josh's comeback before it has even started? These questions are on the Commentary team minds as we fade to black before a commercial break
  17. Name: Alex Costa Nationality: Portuguese Club: Benfica Skin Tone: Hispanic Height: 5foot7 Weight: 176 lbs Position: Wide Player PLAY STYLE: Inside Forward
  18. I'd say go with option A would be preferable as it'd allow you to have more people in to make it more fun.
  19. Starter: Turtwig Nickname: Terra Rival name: Arrow
  20. BPZ.Com Exclusive Post KOTR The video starts with Alex walking back from his Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship against Sameer and Prince where he unfortunatly fell short against Sameer once again. However Alex is not really sad, instead he is very happy as it seems. Alex Costa: I may have lost tonight, but it's always a privilege to perform here in the United Kingdom in front of the great British fans. Tonight it wasn't my night but I gotta keep working hard as I have been and maybe soon I will finally win a championship. Interviewer: It's been announced that due to this result you will be competing in two weeks in a qualfier match against Josh Scott with the winner advancing into Summerslam to fight to determine the new North American Champion, your thoughts? Alex Costa: Well I am very happy to being in contention for the returning North American Championship. I never got an opportunity for it, mainly because of my actions with the NXT Championship last year. It's with a lot of drive and heart I walk into this match with Josh. Now I know how good Josh used to be but I do question how good he is nowadays. The man has recently come out of retirement and instead of facing an actual member of the roster, he is facing some rich scrub who is trying to pretend to be a wrestler? It's a joke but I don't care, at the end of the day I will just beat Josh and move onto the fatal four way match. No disrespect for Josh, but he is not at my level right now. Interviewer: What about the possibility you might be facing Raven again? Alex Costa: Look me and Raven have no problem facing each other and no matter who wins at the end of the day we will continue united. I am very confident he will be in that match and no matter if it's me or him, one of us will bring the BPZ North American Championship to FD-Gun much like I am confident FDS will beat Flynn tonight for the Universal Championship (Note: This happens before the Universal Championship Match.) Anymore questions? Well I guess this is it I will be seeing you all wonderful people but for now I must be off. Arriverdeci! Alex walks off the backstage area limping a bit as he holds a bottle of water. The video after a couple of seconds fades to black ending it.

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