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  1. Gwynfro

    Gatekeeper

    The Royal Rumble is fast approaching, and Carnage is officially on the Road to BPZ Mania. Naturally, with the peak time of the year for wrestling fans, the audience both live in the arena and watching at home are wrapped up in the buzzing atmosphere. Back in the Carnage arena, the titantron transitions over from the Carnage logo to a pre-taped segment. The screen opens with the scene of a skyline, a magnificent view bathed in the warm orange of the morning glow. Stepping out into view, and leaning against the railing on the rooftop is a man dressed smartly in a crisp dark red suit and mustard yellow trim. A pair of aviator sunglasses over his eyes to mask them from the low-flying dawn. Held under his arm is a championship belt of a deep reddish-brown, the circular plate radiating with an orange light as it's gold basks in the orange morning. The North American Championship, and it's champion. KENJI looks out to the cityscape for a moment before he speaks, contemplating, ruminating. KENJI: "One wrong step, and I would not be standing here today with this championship in my hands. That is how close defeat was. On another day, I might not have been so lucky....... I took a gamble at Night of Legends, competing in both championship matches, I was lucky to walk away with something. My new voyage as champion is still unchartered waters, but with a successful defence to my name, that is the first step to making greatness. It isn't enough to just win a championship anymore, only those that are truly great are the one's synonymous with their respective titles. Even though I didn't hold any experience about really being a champion before walking into BPZ, what is really meant, I' like to think I carry myself as one". "Yes, I retained my championship, but I also lost another. It wasn't Arius that lost, it was me. My drive to prove myself once again, this time it backfired. That litmus test I wanted against Bart, it cost us the match. And that responsibility lays solely with me. It is a loss I need to assess, evaluate, and comeback from. But there is some solace to be found.....with the North American Championship, I know that I will come back, someday. Invictus will rise up once again. When, I don't know, but our path is not at it's end. And speaking of looking to the future, I along with many others are entered into the Royal Rumble match. The rest of the roster can crow that they will throw out everyone, win it all and punch their ticket to BPZ Mania all they want......" "......But I won't do that". "The only ticket I need is right here". KENJI positions the North American Championship over his shoulder proudly, it's pristine metal gleaming in the light. Clearly, KENJI holds his title in the highest regard. KENJI: "Sure, there is a glimpse of a chance to compete for the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship at stake, but even with that, it's not why I entered into the Royal Rumble. I am very aware that matches contested under these sorts or rules.....are not my forte, I will be the first to admit. My last was way back in June, and it didn't end well for me. And now a match with three times the competitors, I see that my chances of winning are slim to none. So, in the true essence of my code, I will use this opportunity, to create an whole new opportunity". "It took me nine months of sacrifice to call myself a champion. Every small chance I could find, I took. Now I am your North American Champion. This title is the very representation of opportunity, both in name, and it's history. My name has been, and will continue to be intertwined with this championship. On January 26th, I do not care for the World Title, my concern is solely with the North American Championship, and to pay forward the opportunities that have made me who I am today. I seek to elevate this title through my actions and deeds. I have taken it to the main event of Winter Warfare, and bore through the fires of the Clapspiracy Tag Tournament, and the dangers of Night of Legends. That is why, in the Royal Rumble match, I offer a challenge to anyone that wishes to take it, grasp the opportunity I present to you now". "It would be remiss of me to not defend my title between now and BPZ Mania, where the Hangman awaits. My road must be paved with obstacles just as anyone else's. If you wish to climb the ladder and make your opportunity......eliminate me from the Royal Rumble. Step up and take your shot. Bare in mind that I will not make it easy for any of you, veteran or rookie. But I firmly believe that diamonds emerge from the sand when you really look for them. I don't wish for my road to BPZ Mania to be resting on my laurels, and neither should the hopefuls that want this title. To compete for this prestigious championship on the grandest stage of them all.....it's something I must do if I am to become synonymous with the North American Championship. If you are to disrupt my quest, then you must bring your everything, and even more. As a champion, I stand as a Gatekeeper to that hallowed ground.....who is brave enough to step forth? Who wishes to contest for a key to BPZ Mania V?" "Whoever you are, make yourself known to the North American Champion in the Royal Rumble Match". Words of conviction from the North American Champion ahead of the Royal Rumble heading into Mania season. And who will challenge for the North American Championship between now and BPZ Mania? Only time will tell. The screen fades to end the segment, heading into a commercial break.
  2. SHGN Maiden Voyage ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Four-Way Match Inaugural Shogun Junior Heavyweight Championship Ryu Lee vs. Drew Gulak vs. Jordan Devlin vs. Will Ospreay Shogun's first PPV event kicks off with a hot start as four of the very best Junior Heavyweights clash in a chaotic four-way bout. The match starts with Devlin going right for Ryu Lee at the start, both men tumbling out of the ring to brawl right away. Gulak and Ospreay have a more traditional contest in the ring before Gulak also gets thrown to the outside, leaving Ospreay room to perform a Sasuke Special! Taking out all of his opponents in one! Ospreay flows with the crowd's momentum and rolls Gulak into the ring, but only gets a two count. Meanwhile, Ryu Lee and Jordan Devlin try to increase the danger, with Devlin suplexing Ryu Lee on the entrance ramp! He returns to the ring and starts mixing it up with Ospreay. The Minnesota Stretcher seems to be enraged that Devlin doesn't seen to be focusing on him, not seeing Gulak as a threat, so Gulak lands a big lariat to the back of Devlin, stomping away mercilessly. Ospreay gets into the fray and lands the hidden blade after Gulak drops Devlin with the Torture Rack Neckbreaker. Ospreay is about to go for the cover, but Ryu Lee suddenly returns and deadlift german suplexes Ospreay off the pin! Ryu Lee climbs to the top rope and lands a 450 splash onto Ospreay for a near fall. As the match comes to a close, all four men are performing flawless sequences between them, but ultimately, Opsreay hoofs out Ryu Lee after the masked wrestler lands the Desnucadora on Devlin. Meanwhile, Gulak tries to lock in the Gu-Lock, just as he did to Ospreay's tag team partner, but Ospreay is able to avoid it, suddenly springboarding for an OsCutter! He follows up by transitioning to the Stormbreaker for the pinfall win! Will Ospreay def. Drew Gulak, Ryu Lee and Jordan Devlin in 13:54 via pinfall with a Stormbreaker to Drew Gulak to become the Inaugural Shogun Junior Heavyweight Champion! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-Man Tag Team Match Inaugural Shogun Triangle Tag Team Championships Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL, SANADA and BUSHI) vs. Samoa-gun (El Desperado, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and DOUKI) Hoping to claim the first gold for their respective factions, Los Ingobernables de Japon take on Samoa-gun. The match starts with the two heavyweights in the match; EVIL and SANADA running proceedings, using their size advantage to cut off the sneaky antics of Despy and Kanemaru. SANADA is able to apply the Paradise Lock to DOUKI, although soon the short-cuts of Samoa-gun start to have an effect. Distracting LIJ on the ring apron, tripping them while they run the ropes and raking the eyes, these Junior Heavyweights are using it all to get the upper hand. As the match reaches it's closing stretch, a Magic Killer/Moonsault combination is denied, sending SANADA crashing down to the ringside mats from the turnbuckle! However, with all of Samoa-gun's cheating, LIJ answer in kind as Kanemaru's Suntori Surprise is countered by BUSHI's green mist!! But what's this!? In the chaos, the referee is distracted, and DOUKI takes his signature steel pipe and wacks BUSHI in the gut, leaving him to the wolves as EVIL and SANADA are taken out from earlier in the match, El Desperado hits his finisher, Pinche Loco onto BUSHI for the dastardly victory. Samoa-gun took full advantage of the chaotic nature of 6-Man tag matches. Samoa-gun (El Desperado, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and DOUKI) def. Los Ingobernables de Japon (BUSHI, EVIL and SANADA) in 11:00 via pinfall with a Pinche Loco to BUSHI to become the Inaugural Shogun Triangle Tag Team Champions! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Singles Match Samoa Joe vs. Yuji Nagata In a hard-hitting grudge match, Yuji Nagata wishes to put Samoa Joe in his place for running rampant over the roster in recent weeks. Trades of chops, fists and Nagata's mid kicks reverberate through Korakuen Hall, Nagata putting on an impressive display of offence, but the match mostly belongs to Joe. He counters a running corner big boot by slamming Blue Justice down with a Uranage, followed by a Senton. Joe throws Nagata around the ring, laying in the strikes and wrenching on the submissions to really inflict the most pain. In the closing moments, Joe gets caught with a Justice Exploder! Nagata tries to lock in the armbar, but Joe counters and takes Nagata's back, locking in the Coquina Clutch! Nagata tries to fight out of it, but once Joe drops to the mat and applies the bodyscissors, it's all over, Nagata has no choice but to submit. Samoa Joe def. Yuji Nagata in 9:29 via submission with a Coquina Clutch After the match, Joe takes to the microphone and reaffirms his dominance over the Shogun Roster. That what happened to Nagata is only the start of the pain that will never end. He demands that Marufuji make himself known, Joe doesn't care that he has a match later tonight, he wants him now. Or, he'll have to keep destroying his friends. Suddenly an unfamiliar track starts to play in Korakuen Hall, and a new wrestler appears through the curtain, bouncily walking to the ring. It's Sami Zayn!! He's here in Shogun! Zayn smiles to the crowd, but his expression becomes more serious as his eyes turn to Samoa Joe, who looks both enraged and insulted that Zayn would interrupt him like this, and he's not even who Joe asked for! Zayn gets into the ring and stares down Joe, who lunges at him, only for Zayn to dodge and throw Joe through the ropes. Zayn runs to the ropes and looks to be attempting a dive at the Samoan Submission Machine, but Joe moves out of the way. Luckily, Zayn instead jumps to the top rope, and bounces back into the ring with an Asai Moonsault, landing on his feet, the crowd cheering loudly at his impressive high-flying. Joe and Zayn stare down across Korakuen Hall, it seems that Joe's quest to the destroy the roster has a new barrier, and one that might prove to be more of a challenge than Joe intended. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Singles Match Inaugural Shogun Openweight Championship Shingo Takagi vs. Rampage Brown With the Openweight Championship, and how it will be represented hanging in the balance, the match between Shingo Takagi and Rampage Brown kicks off to a very hot start as both men see little need for a feeling-out process, immediately throwing bombs and big moves at each other. thunderous chops and forearms are the sound of the day, Shingo really showing Rampage what Japanese Strong Style means. However, Rampage is able to really cut off Shingo's momentum building with well timed strikes and supelxes. Rampage takes Shingo to the corner for shoulder barges, and tries to land a superplex, but Shingo gives Rampage a headbutt for his efforts, following up with his free-fall elbow drop for a nearfall. The match comes to an end when Rampage's powerbomb are countered and scouted by The Dragon, who levels his opponent with a Pumping Bomber, and although Rampage has a moment of rolling back to his feet, fighting spirit keeping him strong, but his legs between to shake, where Rampage is met with a second Pumping Bomber and a Last of the Dragon. Shingo Takagi is the first Shogun Openweight Champion after a true display of Strong Style from both men. Rampage might have been bested today, but it took someone with the talent of Takagi to make that happen. Shingo Takagi def. Rampage Brown in 14:51 via pinfall with a Last of the Dragon to become the Inaugural Shogun Openweight Champion! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Semi-Main Event Tag Team Match Inaugural Shogun Tag Team Championships The Mighty Don't Kneel (Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls) vs. Lance Archer and Brodie Lee In the penultimate match, The Samoa-gun pairing of bigmen Lance Archer and Brodie Lee take on Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls, TMDK. Lee is able to take control early on in the match, using his Gator Roll to quash a takedown attempt from Nicholls, and hitting his big boot to Thorne. Lee's offence is more methodical, but lacking none of the expected force or explosiveness, while Archer is quicker to anger, really using his superior size to domineer over their smaller opponents. Thorne meanwhile is being held in the ring, cut off from his tag team partner on the apron. He takes a Truckstop Swinging Side Slam, a chokeslam and a double team suplex, but Thorne's resiliency and desire to not give up keep him alive in the match. Eventually, he is able to make the tag to Nicholls, and the tide starts to turn into TMDK's favour as they hit the spinebuster, lariat and Thorne tries the Black Swan Splash, but Archer rolls out of the way. They try to hit Thunder Valley onto Brodie Lee, but he counters into a massive tornado DDT onto Thorne. As he rolls out of the ring, Thorne gets clamped by the EBD Claw at ringside!! Archer follows up by chokeslamming Thorne through the announce table!!! The match ends when Thorne is too beaten up to get back to his corner, leaving Nicholls to get hit with the Brodie Bomb for Archer and Lee to win the Inaugural Tag Team Titles. Lance Archer and Brodie Lee def. The Mighty Don't Kneel (Mikey Nicholls and Shane Thorne) in 14:44 via pinfall with a Brodie Bomb to Mikey Nicholls to become the Inaugural Shogun Tag Team Champions! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Singles Match Inaugural Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Tetsuya Naito vs. Naomichi Marufuji It is time. The main event. Who will be the first Shogun of Land, Sky and Sea? Let's find out. The match kicks starts off slowly as both men get a feel for each other's strategies heading into this match. Marufuji makes clean breaks initially, but gets goaded into making some swings at Naito after the Ungovernable One doesn't let Marufuji take advantage, mocking the Emerald Ace in his tranquilo style, spitting in his face and performing the Tranquilo pose from running the ropes. Marufuji looks to be withholding his frustration as they begin to get further into the match. Marufuji is able to take the lead after successfully hitting a vertical suplex onto Naito. The Emerald Ace then starts targeting the neck and knees of Naito, his two most known weak points after previous injuries. He takes Naito onto a neckbreaker position, even hitting a rope-hung neckbreaker as well for good measure, but Naito kicks out. The Ungovernable One is able to equalise with a forearm and whipping his opponent into the corner. He tries to land the Cabron Combination but Marufuji has it scouted, swiftly getting up and taking Naito right into a Shiranui!! The crowd gasp as Marufuji goes for the pin, but it's only a close nearfall as Naito kicks out. Naito takes the brunt of Marufuji's stiff chops, but dodges a hook kick and quickly drops Marufuji's neck onto his knee, followed by an explosive basement dropkick. Naito is starting to gain some momentum. He tries for the Cabron Combination again ,and this time it connects. Gloria gets countered into a pin attempt from Marufuji, followed by one from Naito, both men doing their absolute best to pin the other. Their scuffle takes them to the ring apron, and Marufuji lifts up Naito onto his shoulders, and lands a death valley driver onto the ring apron!! Naito crumbles to the ringside mats. After barely geting back into the ring, Marufuji lays the beatdown onto Naito, even almost landing the Tiger Flowsion, but Naito is able to slip out and land the Gloria for a close two count. Naito fires up and connects with the running somersault senton, the flying forearm, and the Volentia, none are able to put down Marufuji. In the quick exchanges of the closing stretch, Naito attempts the running Destino, but Marufuji runs with him to the corner and tries to hit another Shirainui, but Naito blocks it and spins around, grabbing Marufuji's arm and landing the Destino!!!! He crawls over to his fallen opponent, and goes for the pin! 1...2...3! We have our champion! Tetsuya Naito!! Tetsuya Naito def. Naomichi Marufuji in 29:31 via pinfall with a Destino to become the Inaugural Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion! A worn-out Naito celebrates in the ring while Marufuji is taken to the back by the Young Lions at ringside. With the white belt of the Triple Crown Championship now in hand, Tetsuya Naito is in prime position to make Shogun his show, where he is the undisputed "Shuyaku" of Shogun. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  3. - WWF World Heavyweight Championship match Steve Austin vs Shawn Michaels (c) - Hell in a Cell match Kane vs The Undertaker Owen Hart vs Triple H - WWF Intercontinental Championship match Ken Shamrock vs The Rock (c) - WWF European Championship match Dan Severn vs Steve Blackman (c) WWF Light Heavyweight Championship match Marty Jannetty vs Brian Christopher (c) Cactus Jack vs Jeff Jarrett - No Contest - WWF Tag Team Championships match New Age Outlaws (c) vs Goldust/Mero vs Headbangers vs Los Boricuas Bonus Questions One of these matches will end in a No Contest, which match will that be? Cactus Jack vs. Jeff Jarrett Which Superstar will get the highest in-ring performance? Shawn Michaels How many title changes will occur during the show? 3
  4. Night of Legends. One of BPZ's premier events of the calendar year, and 2020 is starting with a bang. Up and down the card, wars will be fought for coveted belts, and precious blood. As "Hall of Fame" by The Script fades to the background, the ring announcer bellows out the starting call for the first match, the crowd very audible from their excitement at the forthcoming match. Ring Announcer: "The following contest is set for one fall, and is for.....The BPZ North American Championship!!" The show kicks off with the theme of former 3-Time NXT Champion and former United States Champion, Raven. It reverberates through the T-Mobile Arena as the challenger marches his way out to the ring. In his voracious conquest for gold, Raven has scooped out four championships in rapid succession, and has set his sights on a man who he bested over six months ago at Judgement Day, the man who now calls himself the North American Champion. Raven spits water to the fans at ringside and menacingly towers over them as he poses at the turnbuckle, hunger and rage in his eyes as his demeanour garners boos of disapproval from the crowd here in Las Vegas. No words were minced on the Road to Night of Legends, the champion and challenger needing to be separated by numerous security on Carnage. Raven paces impatiently around the ring as the champion's theme takes over through the PA system. A rouse of cheers erupt as the Japanese Characters on the titantron morph to form "KENJI". After a few moments, the champion emerges through the curtain. KENJI displays the prestigious North American Championship to the crowd as he steadily walks to the ring, his gaze never leaving the ravenous challenger who awaits The Resonator. Raven is staring daggers at his opponent as he unbuckled the championship from around his waist, holding it up to the crowd, eyes still set on the Messenger of Death. The bitter nerve between the two resides in Raven eliminating KENJI from the NXT Battle Royal at Judgment Day, a blemish on KENJI's record that he wishes to set straight. Also, Raven has made it his mission to rob KENJI of his much desired successful title defence, something that he has used as a sticking point against Raven's multiple, but short-lived championship reigns. Ladies and Gentlemen, The Night of Legends North American Championship Match is underway. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Night of Legends 2020 BPZ North American Championship KENJI (c) vs. Raven The Referee holds up the championship to the hard camera, and the announcements are made. But, the second that the bell rings both men immediately charge one another and start smashing together with shoulder blocks at the other! Neither man conceding an inch! The BPZ fans' attention is instantaneously grabbed at the start of the match. It seems as though both men are equally matched in this contest, despite Raven having a notable height and most likely power advantage. The Messenger of Death thuds down with clubbing blows to KENJI, forcing the champion crouch slightly, moving him down to one knee. Raven sneers with a sadistic grin as he takes KENJI's arm and whips him to the ropes, both men colliding with forceful shoulder blocks. Champion and challenger stare at each other for a moment before surprisingly, KENJI offers for the larger opponent to try again. Raven motions to run to the ropes, but spins on his heel and levels KENJI to one knee again with a massive closed fist punch, much to the admonishment of the referee. Raven seems to only be invigorated by the disapproval from those around him, looking down as KENJI gets back up to his feet, only to be met with a knee to the gut from his opponent. KENJI splutters and calls down to his knee again. Raven then elects to rebound off the ropes, hoping to unroot KENJI from his grounded stance. However, he is met by a sturdy shoulder check from the champion, who fires up at the attempt. KENJI responds with a thunderous clap to the chest of Raven, who winces slightly, but laughs it off, giving one right back to KENJI. The Resonator inhales sharply at the snap of pain across his chest, but this isn't his first rodeo like this, ending a chop just as if not more forceful back. Whether it be though stubborn pride, or idiocy, both men lay in the chops, the piercing clap of their impact tolling like bells that the Messenger of Death calls for. Raven then takes the lead once more as he pushes KENJI to the ropes, and then up to the lights on the rebound, letting KENJI drop to the mat with a thud. The champion is then taken to a suplex position, but is able to escape and whip Raven to the ropes. The Messenger of Death ducks a clothesline, and stuffs a back body drop attempt by jumping at KENJI, looking to catch the champion off guard and lock in the Raven Claw already!! KENJI is luckily able to duck underneath Raven's arm and hook it with his own, he is able to do the same with Raven's other arm, it appears that the champion is trying to hit the Gaudi Bakudan, his gory bomb manoeuvre. This however, doesn't succeed as the larger Raven is able to shake himself free from the Gaudi Bakudan, and lift up the champion for a big body slam. KENJI clatters to the mat as Raven starts unloading some big strikes to his downed opponent. Raven takes it further as he drags KENJI to the corner, stomping a mudhole into the North American Champion. Raven then runs to the opposite corner of the ring, looking to perhaps land a cannonball senton. But what's this?? KENJI is suddenly back to his feet and body blocks Raven in his tracks. Wasting no time, KENJI rebounds off the ropes looking to land the Pumping Bomber, but is met by a stiff lariat from Raven in return. Noticing that a new strategy is needed, KENJI applies a slick wristlock to Raven, drawing upon his technical background to meld with his now more smash-mouth style. He transitions it into a hammerlock behind Raven's back, and tries to lift up Raven for a body slam which would also do damage to the arm. The crowd cheer on as KENJI is able to equalise in the match, Raven clutching at the throbbing pain running through his shoulder. KENJI stomps away at Raven's shoulder as the challenger scrambles to stand at the corner. KENJI whips Raven across the ring and follows up with a massive corner clothesline! KENJI is gaining some momentum in this match, a dangerous prospect for his opponent. He follows up and connects with a second clothesline for good measure. The champion takes Raven as he stumbles forward from the corner and tries to land a suplex of his own, but Raven forces KENJI to the ropes, tying to throw him over the top!! However, using his momentum against him, KENJI switches position and throws Raven over the top rope down to the mats at ringside!! The crowd fire us as KENJI does, laying out to Raven that this will not end as simply as it would have in the past. His blood boiling at ringside, Raven gets to his feet, just as KENJI is as stepped onto the apron. KENJI is throwing caution to the wind has he attempts a running cannonball senton off the apron!! However, lady luck would not smile upon KENJI at this moment, as the powerful Raven counters and catches the North American Champion, and hoists KENJI up for a brutal and cringe-inducing powerbomb onto the ring apron!! KENJI crumples down to the ringside mats in a heap as Raven seems pleased with his work, rolling back into the ring, taking the more advantageous position. He knows that the powerbomb won't be enough to keep KENJI down, so he waits for his opportune moment to continue the punishment. After a few seconds of the count, KENJI is able to bring himself to his feet, rolling back into the ring. He stands and is met with the vicious strikes of Raven, who barges KENJI over to the ropes, while Raven rebounds off the other axis for a criss-cross, colliding with KENJI with The Pounce!! Once again KENJI falls to the mat, and Raven goes for the pin. 1....2...no, KENJI kicks out. Raven exhales slightly as he lifts up the form of the champion for a suplex position, but even after taking the Pounce, KENJI is able to block the suplex this time, lowering his hips to gain leverage. Raven takes his opportunity to hammer down some more axe handle blows to his kneeling opponent, but KENJI quickly grabs Raven around his waist in a gutwrench hold, and in an impressive feat of strength, lifts up Raven for the Golem Tribute!! The challenger smacks down to the mat with a big booming thud as KENJI drops to one knee, overcoming the pain and energy it took to lift Raven up and crawls over to make the pin! 1...2...Raven kicks out. The crowd are stomping their feet in anticipation now that the heavy moves are starting to be hit. KENJI lays in some more stomps to the shoulder of the challenger before he gestures for Raven to get up as he pounds at his bicep, calling for the Pumping Bomber. KENJI runs to the ropes, but Raven runs to the ropes as well! Both men criss-cross and attempt their lariat battle once again, but this time KENJI's Pumping Bomber prevails!! Raven gets hit so hard that the large man practically does a backflip from the force. KENJI sees an opportunity to end the match right here, and tries to set up for the Dragon's Hoard, maybe even the Last Resonance. But, even after taking a thunderous Pumping Bomber, Raven is either simply too big, or still cognisant enough to fight out of it. Raven escapes the pumphandle and uses his arm to slam KENJI to the mat, quickly lifitng up KENJI for a move he's been itching to hit all match ,and now he finally does it! He hoists up the Resonator for a brutal brainbuster!! The crowd gasp at how dangerous-looking and devastating the brainbuster was, dropping KENJI right on his upper shoulders and neck. Raven gives a devious grin to the camera as he knows that he has the match now. While crawling over to make the pin, Raven rubs his chest, a welt forming from the impact of the Pumping Bomber as he presses KENJI's shoulders to the mat. 1.... 2...... Thr-no!!! KENJI is just able to get the shoulder up!! The crowd can't believe it and neither can Raven. However, instead of being stunned by the champion's resilience, Raven is more concerned with just using something more...potent. He motions for the Raven Claw, moving his hand closer and closer to clamping over the champions face, who rolls out of the way, laying in a kick to the arm of the challenger, sending Raven recoiling to the ropes a little in pain. Over the course of the match, KENJI's targeted strikes to the arm have gradually taken their toll, now giving the champion enough time to get to his feet, not willing to let Raven take the North American Championship, not without a fight anyway. KENJI walks over to the challenger and connects with a quartet of rapid fire forearms to the granite chin of Raven, a fifth strike in the form of a new addition to KENJI's offence, a spinning backfist he calls the Spiral Bomber!! This sends Raven gaze around the arena is it knocks him loopy, causing him to turn around. Once again, a feat to lift Raven up, KENJI takes his opponent up into a torture rack position! With much strain on his face, KENJI stands in the middle of the ring for a moment before connecting with a rarely-seen and Inverted variant of his patented Ushigoroshi!!! The grand stage of Night of Legends, and an incredibly unrelenting opponent makes a competitor search the toolbox for those special moves that can only come out once in a blue moon. Raven's face bounces off the knee of the champion, who hurriedly goes for the pin! 1...2.....No, Raven kicks out again! What will it take to put away the monster? The crowd gasp as KENJI is not out of the woods yet, and the monster is not yet vanquished. He gradually gets to his feet, shaking with fighting spirit as the crowd chant and cheer for the North American Champion. KENJI waits for Raven to start rousing and getting to his feet, before rebounding off the ropes and connecting flush with a huge Pumping Bomber!!! Feeling the beginning of the end coming, KENJI sets up for the Last Resonance, his devastating finisher. KENJI attempts to lifts up Raven up, but the Messenger of Death once again has KENJI's move scouted. Raven stumbles back after landing on his feet, and blocks a kick from KENJI, giving the champion a wide-eyed grin as he powers The Resonator up for a huge powerbomb, KENJI bouncing off of the mat. In the following moment while clutching his shoulder at the exertion from that move, Raven sees what might be his final opportunity to win the North American Championship tonight, KENJI is not the same man from Judgment Day, and must be put down fast. Raven motions for the Raven Claw one more time, dropping to his knees beside a layed-out KENJI to lock in the Claw. But what!?!?! KENJI suddenly wraps his hands around Raven's arm, and legs over his shoulders and neck for a submission! It's the return of the Bermuda Triangle!! Raven has sailed right into the Bermuda Triangle!! KENJI has it locked in! But Raven is still fighting to get the Claw applies, his fingers mere inches away from grapsing around KENJI's face! Wrenching away at Raven's compromised arm and shoulder, while also beginning to choke the challenger! A deadly game of stalemate is had for a few moments, where Raven is almost able to lock in the Raven Claw. As a last ditch effort, Raven tries to roll KENJI's shoulders to the mat for a pin attempt, but to no avail as he starts to fade, having no choice but to tap out from both the pain shooting up his arm to the shoulder, and his quickly fading consciousness. The crowd lift up in an uproar as the bell rings, cheering on the champion as he releases the hold, recovering while sprawled out on the mat. KENJI (c) def. Raven in 16:20 via submission with the Bermuda Triangle to retain and make his first defence of the BPZ North American Championship. As Raven rolls out of the ring. He pushes away a member of medical staff, grabbing the ice pack from him and holds it to his shoulder, walking backstage in frustration, the bitter taste of the match fresh in his palette. On another day, it might have ended differently, but tonight, KENJI emerges victorious. A first title defence earned and paid for in full tonight, an achievement that his opponent was yet to accomplish. That honour was not stolen on this day, and KENJI is still your North American Champion. But the night is still young, and even after that brutal slugfest of a match, is by no means over for The Resonator. Later on in the night, he and Arius face the Bart and Eli Smith for their BPZ Tag Team Championships. How will this war with Raven affect his performance later in the night? Time will tell. Nonetheless, Night of Legends is off to a hot start, and even more thrilling action awaits at BPZ Night of Legends 2020.
  5. - WWF Heavyweight Championship Hulk Hogan (c) vs. Ted DiBiase AndrΓ© the Giant vs. Roddy Piper - WWF Tag Team Championships Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik (c) vs. The British Bulldogs - No Disqualification Match Bruno Sammartino vs. David Sammartino - WWF Women's Championship Wendi Richter (c) vs. Velvet McIntyre The Hart Foundation vs. Bob Orton and Paul Orndorff - WWF Intercontinental Championship Big John Studd (c) vs. Jimmy Snuka vs. Randy Savage π΅π‘œπ‘›π‘’π‘  π‘„π‘’π‘’π‘ π‘‘π‘–π‘œπ‘›π‘  Which wrestler will score the highest individual performance? Hulk Hogan Which wrestler takes the pinfall / submission in the WWF Intercontinental Championship match? Jimmy Snuka
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    NJPW 2020

    Zack Sabre Jr. VS Tetsuya Naito (c) (IWGP Intercontinental championship) Taguchi-Japan (Great Bash Heel and Ryusuke Taguchi) VS Roppongi 3K (NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team titles) Manabu Nakanishi VS Hirooki Goto (c) (NEVER Openweight championship, Nakanishi's retirement match) Birds of Prey VS Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru) (c) (IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles) El Phantasmo VS Hiromu Takahashi (c) (IWGP Junior Heavyweight championship) Guerrillas of Destiny VS FinJuice (c) (IWGP World Tag Team titles) Hiroshi Tanahashi VS Lance Archer (c) (IWGP United States championship) Minoru Suzuki VS Tetsuya Naito (c) (IWGP World Heavyweight championship)
  7. Shogun Chapter 1: New Beginning ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crowning the Shogun of Land, Sky and Sea Shogun kicks off with a video package announcing that the Inaugural Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion will be crowned at the upcoming PPV, SHGN Maiden Voyage. The championship will be contended in a four man tournament over the next few weeks between; Tetsuya Naito, "Cowboy" James Storm, "Emerald Ace" Naomichi Marufuji and the "Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe. At Maiden Voyage, the captain of Shogun will be decided, to lead the green banner of the Shogun roster into uncharted waters, as the true Shogun of the Land, Sky and Sea; The Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-Man Tag Team Match Aussie Open (Mark Davis, Kyle Fletcher) and Naomichi Marufuji vs. Samoa-gun (Samoa Joe, Lance Archer and Brodie Lee) In a preview tag team match for next week's blockbuster main event of Samoa Joe vs. Naomichi Marufuji, tonight they are joined by members of their respective factions; Lance Archer and Brodie Lee on the side of Samoa Joe, and the team of Aussie Open backing up the Emerald Ace. In a fast-paced, spirited affair from both sides, Aussie Open in particular are able to display some dynamic tag team offence, with Davis getting a strong hot tag as an unstoppable machine of motion. Archer and Lee also look impressive as domineering big men over Marufuji's team. Samoa-gun are able to pick up the victory with Lance Archer applying the EBD Claw to Kyle Fletcher and pinning him to the mat after Brodie Lee neutralises Mark Davis with a massive Discus Lariat. Meanwhile, Samoa Joe and Marufuji are busy brawling at ringside! Samoa-gun (Lance Archer, Luke Harper and Samoa Joe) def. Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher, Mark Davis) and Naomichi Marufuji in 10:02 via pinfall with an EBD Claw to Kyle Fletcher After the match, Marufuji is able to connect with a massive bicycle kick to Joe at ringside! Joe retaliates by smashing Marufuji into the barricade, and a Uranage onto the ringside mats!! Marufuji, is left laying as Archer and Lee make gestures to their waists, they clearly have some championship aspirations, perhaps the tag team championships? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Irish Ace A video package plays hyping up the Irish Ace, Jordan Devlin. Walking the line between competitive honour, and bitter contempt, he stakes his claim to the Shogun Junior Heavyweight Championship. He says that they've decided for the Inaugural Champion to be decided in a Four-Way Match at Maiden Voyage, but the Irish Ace will take on all challengers. He calls out Will Ospreay and Ryu Lee in particular as his top competition in the Division. No matter what, The Irish Ace will make to Maiden Voyage. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tag Team Match Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL and SANADA) vs. Violent Giants (Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa) In a quick tag team match that showcased LIJ well, they were able to overcome the superior size and power advantage of the veteran team of Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa. While SANADA's technical acumen was able to match that of Suwama, he found some trouble with Ishikawa, who hit SANADA with a massive shotgun dropkick into the corner. However, EVIL was able to equalise with his bruiser style, even picking up the hulking giant for a Darkness Falls. The match ended when EVIL escaped from Suwama's Sleeper Hold and hit the STO for the win. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL and SANADA) def. Violent Giants (Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa) in 8:21 via pinfall with an Everything is Evil to Suwama ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hybrid The Dragon, Shingo Takagi makes his way out to the ring and addresses his desire to not limit himself to either the Junior Heavyweight, or heavyweight divisions. He, unlike some, sees the talent in both, and classes himself as an "Openweight Wrestler". Fittingly, he then expresses his quest to become the Shogun Openweight Champion, and encourages any and all of the Junior Heavyweights to help him break down the barrier between the divisions. However, he is interrupted by Rampage Brown, accompanied by his Legion tag team partner, Tomoyuki Oka, who gives Shingo a vicious spear for his trouble. Legion have laid out the Dragon, and Rampage mockingly stands over Shingo's fallen form. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Tournament Match Tetsuya Naito vs. James Storm In the main event of Shogun's first chapter, The leader of Los Ingobernables de Japon takes on "Cowboy" James Storm. He is a wrestler who isn't known for his work in Japan, but looks to make a name for himself here in Shogun. The match starts slow, with Naito's tranquilo attitude oddly matched by Storm's lax attitude to the Ungovernable One. Naito dodges an early attempt at the Last Call Superkick, whipping Storm into the corner and connecting with the Cabron Combination. Naito poses in the ring, his tranquilo attitude resonating with the crowd who cheer him on. As the match continues, Storm becomes more and more impatient and violent towards Naito's antics, stomping maliciously on Naito's previously injured knee, grapevining the leg for a kneebar. However, Naito rallies by reaching the ropes, and escapes when he is lifted up into the Eye of the Storm, countering into a pin attempt for a close two count. Both men run the ropes and Naito hits the flying forearm, followed by Gloria, and a Destino for the impressive win after countering the Last Call once again. Naito advances to Maiden Voyage to face either Naomichi Marufuji or Samoa Joe. Tetsuya Naito def. James Storm in 16:36 via pinfall with a Destino ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shogun Chapter 2: The Machine ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tag Team Match Strong Oni (Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi) vs. The Mighty Don't Kneel (Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls) An interesting clash of styles kicks off Shogun as the heavy-hitting hoss team of Okabayashi and Sekimoto take on Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls, The Mighty Don't Kneel. The match starts with Strong Oni dominating the match with their superior power. While Nicholls and Thorne are heavyweights, their opponents are build like tanks. Thorne gets thrown from pillar to post by Sekimoto's suplexes, and battered by Okabayashi's strikes. However, none of their moves are quite able to put Thorne away, he is too resilient. He knows that tag team contention could be on the line here, and cannot afford to lose. Thorne is finally able to make the tag to Nicholls, who runs like a house of fire around the ring, levelling Sekimoto with lariats and his signature spinebuster. Okabayashi tries to equalise, but gets an enziguri from Thorne on the apron for his efforts, followed by a triangle moonsault!! Nicholls makes the tag to Thorne and hits the Mad Bomb on Sekimoto, and impressive feat on the Muscle Monster. Thorne climbs to the top rope and connects perfectly with the Black Swan Splash for the pinfall win. The Might Don't Kneel (Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls) def. Strong Oni (Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi) in 12:49 via pinfall with a Black Swan Splash to Daisuke Sekimoto After the match, Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls are suddenly jumped by Lance Archer and Brodie Lee. They made their intentions known for the Tag Team Championships last week, and do not take kindly to TMDK wanting to contest them. Brodie Lee lays out Nicholls with the Brodie Bomb, while Archer locks the EBD Claw over Thorne, needing security to wrench Archer and Lee away from their victims. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chaos on the Rise In a backstage interview with Will Ospreay, he announces that he shall lead the Shogun Branch of Chaos faction, taking them to newer heights than ever before. He is glad that his stablemates, TMDK, were successful tonight, encouraging them to pursue the Shogun Tag Team Championships. Ospreay himself, he officially announces that he will be in the Fatal-4-Way Match at SHGN Maiden Voyage to crown the Inaugural Shogun Junior Heavyweight Champion! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Prelude to a Storm Backstage, Marufuji is seen in the locker room with fellow veterans Kojima, Tenzan and Nagata. They discuss their matches and their opponents of Samoa-gun, that they've seen countless opponents with the same attitude as them, they are no different. The veterans are here because they were able to stand the test of time, and not the brash villains that have joined Shogun. Marufuji says that Joe may have a size advantage, but any tree can be chopped down, and he's not afraid to get dirty for this fight. He highlights his desire to become Triple Crown Champion, as one last mega run while he can still be the Emerald Ace of any company around the world. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-Man Tag Team Match Samoa-gun (El Desperado, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and DOUKI) vs. Tencozy (Satoshi Kojima, Hiroyoshi Tenzan) and Yuji Nagata In an unusual twist from the norm, three junior heavyweights from Samoa-gun are taking on three stalwart veteran heavyweights of the Japanese wrestling scene. The match kicks off with the size advantage of the heavyweights overpowering the pesky juniors, but Desperado and DOUKI are able to tip the scales in their favour by pulling out various less than honourable tricks. Be it distracting the referee, distracting their opponents on the apron, raking the eyes, and even a low blow, nothing is beneath getting the victory for Samoa-gun. El Desperado get lit up by the Machine Gun chops of Satoshi Kojima, and DOUKI is taken for a beating around ringside by "Blue Justice" Yuji Nagata. However, as the match reaches it's climax, it seems as though Tenzan is firing up for the victory after hitting a big suplex, but what's this?!?! Kanemaru sprays Tenzan in the face with the Suntori Surprise!! El Desperado capitalises with a pin attempt and gets the tainted win for Samoa-gun. Samoa-gun (El Desperado, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and DOUKI def. Tencozy (Satoshi Kojima, Hiroyoshi Tenzan) and Yuji Nagata in 9:59 via pinfall with a crucifix pin to Hiroyoshi Tenzan following a Suntori Surprise ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ungovernable Gold In a pre-taped vignette, Tetsuya Naito is joined by his fellow members of Los Ingobernables; EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI, Shingo Takagi and their newest pareja; Ryu Lee! Naito lays out LIJ's desire to all be holding gold in Shogun at the same time, which is why EVIL, SANADA and BUSHI will be contending for the Triangle Tag Titles, Takagi for the Openweight Championship, Ryu Lee in the Fatal-4-Way for the first Junior Heavyweight Championship, and Naito himself for the Triple Crown. Shingo Takagi smiles for a moment and lightly touches a bruise on his neck, thanking Rampage for giving him this. If Rampage wants a slugfest, then The Dragon will be happy to oblige him. Naito states that he will be watching the main event tonight, not because he has any interest in the result, just out of morbid interest. It doesn't matter who wins tonight, they are not the Shuyaku (Top Star) of Shogun, only the Ungovernable One can call himself that. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Tournament Match Samoa Joe vs. Naomichi Marufuji In a blockbuster main event, The Samoan Submission Machine, Samoa Joe, takes on Naomichi Marufuji. The match starts off slow, both men feeling out their opponent with slick chain wrestling, but neither man giving the other a clean break from the ropes. This urgency to inflict more damage to the opponent quickly escalates the match to a brutal slugfest of a bout. Samoa Joe's chest quickly develops painful red and purple welts from the sheer force of Marufuji's chops, while Joe lays in calculated punches and forearms to the Emerald Ace. After a suplex trade, a flush hook kick from Marufuji, and attempt at the Emerald Flowsion, and Joe almost locking in the Coquina Clutch, Marufuji throws Joe out of the ring, but is suddenly met by a suicide dive from Joe!! The crowd in Korakuen roar in excitement, soon admonsihing Joe as he starts to throw Marufuji around the ringside area, clattering the him around the barricades followed by a massive german suplex onto the ringside mats. After more punishment, Marufuji is able to overcome and fight back, whipping Joe into the floor seating chairs, the crowd quickly displacing to avoid the onslaught. Marufuji is able to land a perfect pump kick to Joe who gets knocked loopy and Marufuji stumbles back to the ring, cognisant that the referee has been counting them out. He reaches the ring at the count of 16, and Joe is beginning to gain his bearings. But, in what could be seen as a huge upset, Joe isn't able to reach the ring in time, and gets counted out as the referee reaches 20! Joe looks visibly seething at the result, Marufuji didn't beat him.....he just escaped, delaying the inevitable. Naomichi Marufuji def. Samoa Joe in 23:30 via countout After the match, it seems that Joe wants to slide into the ring and beat down Marufuji for this mockery, but a wry grin forms on his face as he withholds the urge to instil more Carnage, walking to the back. The main event of Maiden Voyage is set! Tetsuya Naito vs. Naomichi Marufuji to crown the Inaugural Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shogun Chapter 3: Collision Course ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Singles Match Drew Gulak vs. Robbie Eagles In a match to decide who joins Will Ospreay, Ryu Lee and Jordan Devlin at Maiden Voyage to compete for the Inaugural Shogun Junior Heavyweight Championship, The Minnesota Stretcher, Drew Gulak takes on The Sniper of the Skies, Robbie Eagles. The match kicks off with an impressive seqence of chain wrestling where Eagles is mostly able to keep up with the technical specialist. However, whenever Eagles starts to draw upon his more high-flying arsenal, Gulak has it very well scouted, dominating the middle portion of the match, grinding away at Eagles' body and energy. After an escaped Torture Rack Neckbreaker, Eagles is able to start working over Gulak's leg, even landing the 450 Splash onto the compromised limb. He tries to lock in the Ron Miller Special, his inverted figure-4 leglock, but Gulak counters into a roll up. Eagles lands a hurricanrana, spinning heel kick, and tries to hit the Turbo Backpack, but Gulak seemlessly counters it into his Dragon Sleeper submission, the Gu-Lock!! Eagles fights will all his spirit, but starts to fade and has no choice but to tap out. A valiant effort from The Sniper of the Skies, but Drew Gulak had his number tonight. Drew Gulak def. Robbie Eagles in 13:11 via submission with a Gu-Lock Drew Gulak now joins Will Opsreay, Ryu Lee and Jordan Devlin at Maiden Voyage to crown the first Shogun Junior Heavyweight Champion. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bitter Vengeance Suddenly, Shogun cuts to urgently flimed footage of Samoa Joe going on a rampage through the backstage area!! Joe, Rampage Brown, Tomoyuki Oka and Takashi Sugiura are on a war path, taking out all the members of the roster that were seen with Naomichi Marufuji last week. Rampage and Oka barge Kojima and Tenzan into the lockers, while Sugiura slams Yuji Nagata around the roon, culminating with Joe laying out Nagata with a massive Uranage through a table!! Joe sees the cameraman and sadistically takes the camera in his hands, looking right into the lens. "THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DISRESPECT ME, MARUFUJI!! Your friends feel the pain that is destined for you!" ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-Man Tag Team Match Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI and Ryu Lee) vs. Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis), Jeff Cobb and Jordan Devlin In a fast paced match, the trio of LIJ that will compete for the Triangle Tag Team Championships and Ryu Lee take on the newly debuting Jeff Cobb, Aussie Open and Jordan Devlin. The match starts with Lee and Devlin, who are immediately going to hard-hitting strikes and feats of high-flying in a display of one-upmanship. Devlin cuts off Lee's rana attempts, only to get sent onto the apron and to ringside to get hit by one of Ryu Lee's insane suicide dives. The others in the match however, aren't quite so volatile towards each other. Although, EVIL and Jeff Cobb seem to be following in Lee and Devlin's example, but this time in a brutal hoss fight to see who is the better big man. Aussie Open also start to feel the electricity in the air as they enter into a strong tag team face off with EVIL and SANADA, only to get a rewind kick from BUSHI for their trouble. The match ends when EVIL and SANADA hoof out Cobb from the ring, where he receives a suicide dive from BUSHI. Meanwhile, Ryu Lee and Devlin knock each other out with simultaneous head kicks! This leaves EVIL and SANADA enough time to overcome Mark Davis' locomotive momentum and turn the tide, ultimately hitting the Magic Killer to Kyle Fletcher for the win. Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA, EVIL, BUSHI and Ryu Lee) def. Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis) Jeff Cobb and Jordan Devlin in 11:33 via pinfall with a Magic Killer to Kyle Fletcher ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EVERYBODY DIES Backstage, Lance Archer is elated at his and Brodie Lee's attack on TMDK last week. Archer is wholly confident that he and Lee can win the Shogun Tag Team Championships, and that TMDK are of no challenge to them whatsoever. They will die, because EVERYBODY DIES. Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls are not "Mighty", they are "Meek". Meek insects to be killed. Meanwhile, Brodie Lee is eerily silent standing just behind Archer, staring right into the camera with wide eyes. Intimidating with his presence, Lee simply stands there, walking off with Archer as the segment ends. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Press-Conference In a pre-taped segment hyping up the much anticipated match, Naomichi Marufuji and Tetsuya Naito make their main event title match at Maiden Voyage official. Throughout the press-conference, Marufuji is continually irked by Naito's lax attitude, especially that Naito showed up a good hour late, calling the leader of LIJ unprofessional and unfit to lead Shogun. Naito shrugs off Marufuji's criticisms, saying that he might not be the uptight "Shuyaku" that Marufuji wants him to be, but he is the "Shuyaku" nonetheless. Naito also jabs that Marufuji wasn't actually able to definitely beat his opponent to get into this title match, that he took a short cut because Marufuji can't hang with the big players anymore. The conference ends with tension that could be cut with a knife, Naito's goading of Marufuji might not have brought out a fight yet, but the Emerald Ace might an even bigger fight to Maiden Voyage. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Singles Team Match Shingo Takagi vs. Takashi Sugiura In tonight's main event, one of the contenders for the Shogun Openweight Championship takes on an ally of his nemesis, Rampage Brown. Shingo Takagi goes 1-on-1 with the Killing Machine, Takashi Sugiura. The match kicks off hot with both men trading vicious forearms and strikes to each other in the middle of the ring. Two warriors contesting their spirits. Both men fit the mould of an openweight wrestler, walking the line between Heavyweight and Junior, as both men were Junior Heavyweights at one point in their careers. Shingo hits his strike combination and brings Sugiura to the mat, followed by his free-fall elbow drop from the top rope for a near fall. The match heats up as after Sugiura takes control with by keeping Shingo grounded, he hits his plethora of suplexes onto the Dragon, but on the last of which, Shingo stands up, fueled by his fighting spirit and decks Sugiura with a stiff Pumping Bomber. Sugiura counters the Last of the Dragon and tries to hit the Yosen Olympic Slam, but he also gets countered, Shingo landing the Noshigami, his gory bomb for a close near fall. Shingo then lands a second Pumping Bomber followed by a successful Last of the Dragon for a definitive victory. Shingo Takagi def. Takashi Sugiura in 19:26 via pinfall with a Last of the Dragon After the match, Rampage Brown makes himself known by appearing at ringside, staring down the Dragon. Both men have thrown their hat into the ring to be the Shogun Openweight Champion, and it will be a true test of zeal. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shogun Chapter 4: Eleventh Hour ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Heel Masters The trio of El Desperado, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and DOUKI make their way to the ring and call out SANADA, EVIL and BUSHI. The Samoa-gun trio want their chunk of gold, and that will be in the form of the Shogun Triangle Tag Team Championships. They mention that LIJ wanting all the gold is interesting, but it's just not going to happen. Samoa-gun will walk away from Maiden Voyage with more belts than LIJ, and the Triangle Tag Team Championships are crucial in that success. It doesn't matter the strategy, Samoa-gun will use it to win. After all, a win is still a win. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-Way Tag Team Match Los Ingobernables de Japon (Shingo Takagi and Ryu Lee) vs. Samoa-gun (Rampage Brown and Drew Gulak) vs. The Birds of Prey (Will Ospreay and Robbie Eagles) vs. Jordan Devlin and Satoshi Kojima In a very chaotic clash of the divisions and all four members of the Junior Heavyweight divisions take on each other in a 4-way tag team match. Will Ospreay seems to be the target of all three of the other men in the match, seeing him as the main threat in their match at Maiden Voyage. Meanwhile Shingo tags in and specifically calls for Rampage to tag in, who just shakes his head and denies Shingo the face off he wants. In a small, but very significant moment in the match, Will Ospreay and Shingo Takagi have a small exchange, where the Essex Destroyer is countered, and so is the Pumping Bomber, with Ospreay trying to roll through and hit a powerbomb! But Shingo escapes and both men stare down for a moment, earning a loud reaction from the crowd. Devlin tries to hit the Devil Inside on Ryu Lee, but gets a slick arm drag counter. However, the match ends when Rampage finally tags himself in and in the chaos of 8 men flying and brawling is able to Spear Devlin for the win. Samoa-gun (Drew Gulak and Rampage Brown) def. Jordan Devlin and Satoshi Kojima, The Birds of Prey (Will Ospreay and Robbie Eagles) and Los Ingobernables de Japon (Shingo Takagi and Ryu Lee) in 16:41 via pinfall with a Spear to Jordan Devlin After the match, Rampage takes to the microphone and proclaims that the Openweight Title should be capitalised on, giving him the means to beat up the Junior Heavyweights all day long. Gulak and Rampage make a quick escape from the ring as the other teams try to rush them after that remark. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Never Concede In a backstage interview, Mikey Nicholls and Shane Thorne of The Might Don't Kneel are still hopeful that they can overcome Samoa-gun to win the Shogun Tag Team Championships. Their tag team name says it perfectly; no matter how many times that guys like Lance Archer and Brodie Lee can try to break and beat them down. TMDK never concede. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Singles Match Samoa Joe vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan As a way for Samoa Joe and the veterans of Shogun to settle their differences, The Samoan Submission Machine takes on the Raging Bull, Hiroyoshi Tenzan. This match is a quick and for the vast majority is dominated by Joe, who beats Tenzan brutally with his strikes, hitting the corner enziguri, and flooring him with a strike combination. Tenzan goes get a small comeback, hitting the mongolian chops, and even locking in the Anaconda Vice, but Joe is able to reverse and lock in the Coquina Clutch, getting the quick submission win. Samoa Joe def. Hiroyoshi Tenzan in 7:32 via submission with a Coquina Clutch Joe onslaught isn't done after the match as he hits a Uranage on Tenzan just to inflict more pain. While the beatdown is happening before everyone's eyes, the crowd cheer wildly as Yuji Nagata runs out to make the save!! He hits Joe with a trio of mid kicks and tries to apply his signature armbar, but Joe escapes and rolls out of the ring. Taunting at the veteran, Joe says that his dstruction of the roster is only just beginning, and that he'll see Nagata at Maiden Voyage!! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Coming Soon...... A video package plays where the Chaos faction logo transitions into a hype package for Zeus, a monsterously destructive wrestler with explosive strength and speed, as well as a physique and power to rival the gods themselves. Chaos have themselves a boon coming to their ranks soon. Shogun will feel the might of Zeus. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Event Tag Team Match Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito and EVIL) vs. Naomichi Marufuji and Jeff Cobb The final Chapter of Shogun before Maiden Voyage takes to it's massive main event, where Naito and EVIL team against Naomichi Marufuji and Jeff Cobb. The match starts with Naito and Marufuji, much to the bubbling excitement of the crowd. Naito's tranquilo attitude, and the pose, serve to only make Marufuji show glimmers of his more brutal side, laying in some loud and flush kicks to Naito, giving Naito some hellacious chops as if he was a Young Lion who needed to learn some humility. However, Naito is able to rally and hit the Cabron Combination in the corner. Throughout the match, EVIL and Cobb are able to expand on the seeds of their rivalry from last week, both men slamming into each other to make the other fall first. Neither of them give up, EVIL's strikes getting countered into a massive german suplex from Cobb. Marufuji and Cobb hit a combination of a bicycle knee into a bridging german onto EVIL for a close near fall. As the match reaches it's closing stretch, Naito and Marufuji lay in a big strike exchange in the ring, Naito getting the better of the Emerald Ace after spitting in his face, followed by a koppo kick. The end however comes as a surprise to Naito, as Jeff Cobb counters the Everything is Evil and pushes EVIL to the ropes, catching him for a Tour of the Islands. Marufuji holds Naito back from breaking up the pin as the match ends. Jeff Cobb and Naomichi Marufuji def. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL and Tetsuya Naito) in 18:00 via pinfall with a Tour of the Islands to EVIL Cobb poses with Marufuji in the middle of the ring as Naito and EVIL regroup, Naito's gaze is now not only on Marufuji, but also on Jeff Cobb after that impressive win. Both teams stare down in the ring to end the go-home edition of Shogun. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  8. WWGP Women's Championship Unification Match SmackDown Women's Champion vs RAW Women's Champion Bayley vs Becky Lynch Six-Man Showcase Match The O.C. vs Randy Orton & The Revival WWGP NXT/United Kingdom Championship Unification Match NXT Champion vs WWE United Kingdom Champion Adam Cole vs WALTER WWGP Women's Tag Team Championship Unification Match WWE Women's Tag Team Champions vs NXT Women's Champion & NXT UK Women's Champion The Kabuki Warriors vs Rhea Ripley & Kay Lee Ray WWGP United States/North-American Championship Unification Match WWE United States Champion vs NXT North-American Champion Andrade 'Cien' Almas vs Roderick Strong Tag Team Showcase Match NXT Tag Team Champions vs NXT UK Tag Team Champions reDRagon vs Gallus WWGP Intercontinental Championship Match WWE Intercontinental Champion vs Challenger Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs Seth Rollins WWGP Cruiserweight Championship Match WWE Cruiserweight Champion vs Challengers Angel Garza (c) vs Aleister Black vs Cedric Alexander vs Lio Rush WWGP Tag Team Championship Match SmackDown Tag Team Champions vs RAW Tag Team Champions The New Day vs The Viking Raiders WWGP Heavyweight Championship Match WWE Champion vs WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt
  9. WWE Championship Dean Ambrose (c) vs Roman Reigns WWE Universal Championship Kevin Owens (c) vs Chris Jericho The Undertaker vs AJ Styles Brock Lesnar vs Goldberg Smackdown Women's Championship Paige (c) vs Nia Jax vs Becky Lynch Seth Rollins & Triple H vs Dolph Ziggler & Randy Orton RAW Tag Team Championships The Bar vs Dudley Boyz vs The Usos Bray Wyatt vs Rey Mysterio WWE United States Championship: Ladder Match Sami Zayn (c) vs Zack Ryder vs Baron Corbin vs Rusev vs ??? WWE Intercontinental Championship Adrian Neville (c) vs Austin Aries RAW Women's Championship Nikki Bella (c) vs Bayley vs Charlotte Flair John Cena vs ??? Miss Elizabeth Memorial Battle Royal Sasha Banks AndrΓ© the Giant Memorial Battle Royal BRAAUUUNNNN Bonus Questions - Tonight John Cena will face a debuting NXT Superstar. Who will it be? Shinsuke Nakamura - Which match will be the highest rated? Owens vs. Jericho - During the event a new participant is added into the United States Ladder Match, who will it be? Kofi Kingston - Which superstar scores the highest individual performance during the night? Chris Jericho - How many championships will change hands? 4
  10. With only a few days until one of BPZ biggest events, Night of Legends, the atmosphere on the go-home edition of Carnage is rousing. The crowd begins to rumble with excitement in the new year as the theme of the Resonator, the BPZ North American Champion, KENJI, plays throughout the arena. KENJI walks to the ring with purpose, displaying the North American Championship around his waist to the camera before stepping through the ropes. A lot of weight must be riding on KENJI's shoulders as he exhales and pauses for a moment. He is the only member of the roster to be competing in two matches at Night of Legends. And not just two matches, two title matches. A risky road the Resonator walks as he may very well walk out of Las Vegas with double the gold he won the last time he was here. He could also bust out and leave Sin City with nothing. The Resonator takes a microphone from a ringside attendant. He is about to speak, but pauses for a moment as some simmering chants of "KENJI2Belts" begin to swirl around from the crowd, growing louder before they grant him a moment to speak. The North American Champion seems rather spirited in the face of such adversity heading into Night of Legends, with a wry smile on his face. KENJI: "We're not far away now, everyone. Night of Legends is upon us....I'm putting everything on the line, and I wouldn't have it any other way. The last time I walked into Las Vegas, I won the championship that sits around my waist. Now Arius and I have an opportunity to double down on our accomplishments. But, it seems that striving for success is met with confusion by our opponents. That the craving to carve a new path into the earth is a mistake to be corrected. If that was so, then nobody on this roster would be here doing this. We would all be content with something more mundane, less thrilling. We only wish to face the very best, and that is you, Bart and Smith. Our challenge is iron-clad in the form of our Clapspiracy Invitational trophies, but if you feel that our competition simply wasn't good enough, then Invictus shouldn't be a problem for you. Prove us wrong, if you think you can. On the very same day I won the North American Championship, Creed were victorious for the Tag Team Championships, and now you face us, the test of your "chemistry". We're currently undefeated as a team, and At Night of Legends, we will see who the real best tag team in BPZ really is". "Singles stars or not, we are here as your challengers. Face us a team before you pin your BPZ Mania hopes onto winning the Royal Rumble, Bart. Your performance there last year was most impressive, but alas, not enough to punch your ticket. I'd assume that you would want to right that wrong this year. The tingle down one's spine when there is a score yet to be settled, it is the same sensation I felt after our clash in the Autumn. It doesn't matter if we're holding singles gold....tag team gold....main eventing or opening the show, a drive for success is what makes Arius and I into better wrestlers, and better performers than we were yesterday. Do you know what would happen if we lost? We would assess the loss, and rise back up to be even stronger than before. Believing that wanting to achieve something is somehow a weakness, that is where you have faltered, Creed. I have scratched and clawed for long enough that success feels damn good, and we're devoted to it in any form that comes. Success begets success, Creed. In the right hands it snowballs until it can't be stopped The only disappointment will be in the Creed locker room, when your bags are a little lighter on the scales". "As for my North American Championship.....you needn't worry about that, Bart. You'll see me in our match anyway, and we have some unfinished business to settle, I don't want you or Smith distracted thinking about my other match. That's for me to worry about.....and speaking of....." KENJI looks down and unbuckles the North American Championship from his waist, placing it on his shoulder after raising it to the crowd proudly. KENJI: "It's taken me over eight months to finally win this championship, to finally reach the top of the mountain and solidify myself as champion. But, what they don't tell you is that once the gold is around your waist, that the world will come after you. Raven thinks that throwing me over the top rope has me shaken, then he's wrong. While you were busy, I was fighting with my back to the wall, and nothing to my name. From Emergence, to Survival Games, to Wildcard. The KENJI you met back then Raven, he is long gone. We have both come a long way, and I must write the wrongs of my past self. But do you know what? I don't regret anything. Looking back at it now, that loss is part of who I am today, and I will never forget that. It has brought me a hungry challenger. It has also stoked a fire in me that will blaze out of control at Night of Legends. Can you quash my double championship dreams, Raven? Yes, you could. Will you? Not a chance while I live and breathe!" "I will either leave Night of Legends with my shield, or on it. That is my way, and I won't allow anything less than that from anyone that steps up to the plate to challenge for the North American Championship. That goes for everyone in the Carnage Scramble match too. My era as North American Champion will be highlighted by fighting spirit, where your must surpass even yourself, in the hopes to hold this title. An opportunity is taken, but a legacy is forged. This legacy has been started by walking into the main event of Winter Warfare as the North American Champion, elevating it beyond it's already lofty prestige. I will write the next chapter of this championship into the record books, and become the double champion, KENJI2Belts!" I know I can do this, and I refuse to let it coast along. I write my own destiny with this championship, the ship sails where I want it. This title's fledgling history is something that I had played only a small part in before, but now, I am taking centre stage! I choose to forge my path into both the legacies of this title and this company, something that the BPZ Universe will never forget. A title reign that I can look back on and be proud of, even in defeat when the time comes....but that is not this day!!' "Raven! If everyone dies, and If you want this championship, then you will have to pry it from my cold, dead hands. Nothing less will bring you closer to this title, and even then, I will not bow out. I want a taste of your spirit before Night of Legends, get out here!" The champion lays his title down on the mat in a gesture of a challenge, calling out his No.1 contender in an unusual twist of the norm. KENJI waits in a readied stance, on alert for an encounter with Raven to immediately come to blows. (Reply Planned)
  11. Shogun (SHGN) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Roster Heavyweights Tetsuya Naito Samoa Joe EVIL SANADA Shingo Takagi Sami Zayn Santana Ortiz Lance Archer Brodie Lee Hirooki Goto Jeff Cobb Rampage Brown Tomoyuki Oka Naomichi Marufuji Mark Davis Kyle Fletcher Yujiro Takahashi Satoshi Kojima Hiroyoshi Tenzan Shane Thorne Mikey Nicholls Alexander Hammerstone Suwama Shuji ishikawa Zeus Yuji Nagata Takashi Sugiura Daisuke Sekimoto Yuji Okabayashi Karl Fredericks Alex Coughlin Junior Heavyweights Will Opsreay Robbie Eagles Ryu Lee El Desperado Yoshinobu Kanemaru BUSHI Jonathan Gresham Jordan Devlin Drew Gulak Volador Jr. Titan DOUKI Masato Yoshino Eita Clark Connors Tag Teams EVIL and SANADA Proud N Powerful (Santana and Ortiz) Legion (Rampage Brown and Tomoyuki Oka) Aussie Open (Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher) Tencozy (Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan) Violent Giants (Suwama and Shuji ishikawa) Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi) The Mighty Don't Kneel (Shane Thorne and Mikey Nicholls) Birds of Prey (Will Ospreay and Robbie Eagles) Los Ingobernables de Japon (Ryu Lee and BUSHI) El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru Volador Jr. and Titan Catch Point (Jonathan Gresham and Drew Gulak) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Championship and Accomplishment Histories Shogun Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Tetsuya Naito Title Reign: 1 (Inaugural) (SHGN Maiden Voyage - Present) Defences: 0 Shogun Openweight Championship Shingo Takagi Title Reign: 1 (Inaugural) (SHGN Maiden Voyage - Present) Defences: 0 Shogun Junior Heavyweight Championship Will Ospreay Title Reign: 1 (Inaugural) (SHGN Maiden Voyage - Present) Defences: 0 Shogun Tag Team Championships Lance Archer and Brodie Lee Title Reign: 1 (1,1) (Inaugural) (SHGN Maiden Voyage - Present) Defences: 0 Shogun Triangle Tag Team Championships Samoa-gun (El Desperado, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and DOUKI) Title Reign: 1 (1,1,1) (Inaugural) (SHGN Maiden Voyage - Present) Defences: 0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tournaments Glory Road Cup Style: Single Elimination Finals: SHGN Glory Road Cup Rite of Shogun J-Cup Style: Single Elimination Finals: SHGN Rite of Shogun J-Cup Unity Tag Tournament Style: Singles Elimination Finals: SHGN Beyond the Horizon ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PPV Event Calendar January: SHGN Maiden Voyage February: SHGN Invasion Assault March: SHGN Duel of Destiny April: SHGN Maelstrom May: SHGN Glory Road Cup June: SHGN Enter the Dragon (Big PPV) July: SHGN Zetsubo Rising August: SHGN Beyond the Horizon September: SHGN Decimation October: SHGN Dead or Alive November: SHGN Rite of Shogun J-Cup December: SHGN Shiroyama ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Location and Venue Tokyo, Japan Korakuen Hall Capacity: 2,005
  12. Gwynfro

    Horizon

    The Carnage crowd all look to the stage where it is indeed Arius' tag team partner, one half of Invictus, the Clapspiracy Invitational tournament winners and the BPZ North American Champion, KENJI. Clapspiracy Trophy in hand and championship bound around his waist, he gazes out to the audience for a moment before making his way to the ring. The Resonator steps through the ropes and gives a smile and a nod to Arius before raising his coveted championship to the crowd who cheer at the gesture, displaying his success. KENJI then proudly places the title over his shoulder before being given a microphone by a ringside attendant. KENJI: "When it comes to adversity, and rise up from the ashes of one's shortcomings, few know this more than Arius and I. Yes, even The Revenant who reigned supreme throughout 2019. His success made those few losses all the more burning, and taunting. The taste of defeat can be all the more painful for one that feels it in fleeting moments. To stand here today as the reigning, and defending North American Champion, for Arius to stand here as the Intercontinental Champion, for us to be the Clapspiracy Invitational winners, that is the success we have worked tirelessly for. For every minute of victory in this ring, with a microphone, and in the hearts and minds of everyone sitting here before us, was hours of pain and toil that have finally bloomed into the gold that rest on our shoulders". "I'm sure that for our opponents, it was no different. However, Creed itself has fulfilled it's purpose, your charge is done. The reign of Bulletproof has wained at the hands of BPZ's alliance between talent that can only be described as the very peak of our industry. When I debuted for BPZ on their grandest stage, Bart was crowned as the first Inaugural Undisputed Champion, whilst Arius and I were still promising, but ultimately lower on the totem pole. We went on to etch our names into the scroll that is the legacy of the very championship I hold, and that flame of rivalry has morphed into one of unity. Embracing our own paths even back then, now brought together. Even in my most darkest hour, despite being the most overlooked of the pack in the Survival Games tournament, suddenly I am not so forgotten when the Inaugural Undisputed Champion runs into a wall he cannot break through. The hierarchy was forever changed across that mammoth tourney, perhaps the gap between us was not so far away....." "But that was then.....this is now". "In that time, the missing piece of the puzzle was finally found when I returned balance, avenging the loss my partner faced at the hands of Yelich, and claiming the title I had been so urging to win from it's inception. On the very same night that the both of you were able to win the Tag Team Championships that are in our sights. Likewise for The Revenant, Creed's rise was not so smooth, as Smith was relieved of the Intercontinental Championship, a title that holds much significance for his career, and now resides on my partner's shoulders. Creed may have been the upper echelons of BPZ, but there are those who will always rise up to challenge the men that look down upon them. Ever since Survival Games, ever since affirming the belief in myself as North American Champion, I have clamoured for that litmus test. To truly gauge my progression. Invictus operate on this ever-hungry drive to the horizon, I know that he feels the same. I have desired to face Bart again, since the confines of the tournament were not enough to settle the score". "And with the Clapspiracy Tournament feather in our caps, we have scored a bigger opportunity than we had imagined. We are granted not only that litmus test against figures from our past matches, but the chance to prove our chemistry is absolute. That the roaring fires of competition that blazed brighter than the sun itself at the PowerTrip Cup still whip into an infernal frenzy today, but this time, as one. Little you mind, Creed, over my commitments to the North American Championship. This title only breeds more spirit and drive within me. Raven may tear me apart, but this championship will remain. And thus, The Resonator will also. That adversity, when one's back is to the wall, that is when our true strength is shown. That chorus is echoed for The Revenant and the Intercontinental Title, they only fortify our zeal. Invictus are here to carve our path through the established hierarchy that Creed reinforce, and rewrite as it should be, unfiltered, and honest, with Arius and KENJI as the BPZ Tag Team Champions!" "Intercontinental. North American. Clapspiracy. Tag Team. We dare to carry the weights of these accolades because we challenge the world to say that we can't. The return of Arius as a double champion, and the birth of KENJI2Belts.....Night of Legends will be a trail blazed from the fresh path we walk......" "Masters of our Fate, Captains of our Soul. Invictus". KENJI's defiant statement reverberates throughout the arena as the live crowd cheer raucously as Invictus place their fists together as a show of their unity going ahead to Night of Legends to challenge for the BPZ Tag Team Championships, ending the segment as Carnage goes to commercial break.
  13. Personally, this match is what will get me to watch the Royal Rumble. I loved their first match at the Royal Rumble 2019, a great technical display with both women stealing the other's submission finisher, which was off the back of WWE finally doing something good with Asuka after her win of the first Women's Royal Rumble Match, almost a year after the fact. I am perfectly fine with the re-run of both women in the TLC main event leading into their singles match at the Rumble, and this time it has probably more heat than last year. Thankfully, Paul Heyman wanted to come back around to the significant event of Asuka not only gaining a clean victory over Becky Lynch when she was at her most popular, but by submission. In a cool revisiting of the feud, we now have the two winners of Women's Royal Rumbles now facing off for the RAW Women's Championship. Asuka playing off of Becky2Belts with Asuka2Belts, and it's well established that Becky has never definitively beaten Asuka before, in singles or tag matches. That avoidance of 50/50 booking has now really paid off, and Asuka feels like a legitimate threat to Lynch's reign. With that being said, this is the time where Becky gets her win back. She has been very protected over the last year (rightfully so), and her only singles loss in so long was to Asuka. As much as I want Asuka2Belts to happen, The Man needs to overcome this hurdle ahead of the Road to Wrestlemania 36. Asuka and Kairi will hopefully (fingers crossed) be holding the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships until at least Wrestlemania, so they're set for a match. Becky on the other hand, I predict will be having a reignited feud with Ronda Rousey, or her ally in the MMA Four Horsewomen who is ready to bring her NXT dominance to RAW.
  14. - WWF Heavyweight Championship Hulk Hogan vs. Roddy Piper AndrΓ© The Giant vs. Big John Studd - WWF Tag Team Championships Bruno Sammartino and David Sammartino vs. Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik Mr. T vs. Paul Orndorff - WWF Women's Championship The Fabulous Moolah vs. Wendi Richter The U.S. Express [ Barry Windham and Mike Rotundo ] vs. ??? and ??? - WWF Intercontinental Championship Greg Valentine vs. Junkyard Dog vs. Ricky Steamboat π΅π‘œπ‘›π‘’π‘  π‘„π‘’π‘’π‘ π‘‘π‘–π‘œπ‘›π‘  What score will Hulk Hogan vs. Roddy Piper get out of 100? 96 Which two New Japan Pro-Wrestling icons will appear at WrestleMania? Antonio Inoki and Nobuhiko Takada

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