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Julius

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  1. Hell In A Cell Match: Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton WWE Championship Match: Adam Cole (C) vs Daniel Bryan vs The Miz Smackdown Women's Championship Match: Becky Lynch (C) vs Charlotte vs Lacey Evans Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: Samoa Joe and Shinsuke Nakamura (C) vs Rey Mysterio and Ricochet United States Championship Match: Kofi Kingston (C) vs Andrade Cien Almas vs Roderick Strong vs Jeff Hardy Seth Rollins and Cedric Alexander vs Undisputed Era Women's Tag Team Championship Match: Sasha Banks and Bayley vs The Bella Twins Elias vs Xavier Woods
  2. This is shit, like really shit I don't remember cringing more than when I saw this play out on RAW. What a waste of Rusev's return and holy shit I hope this ends quickly. Mike is fucked btw no way he ever recovers from being labeled as a Cuck
  3. Ok what the actual fuck is going on here. So a report came out that Vince wanted to bury Cedric because he was too small but now he likes Chad Gable and it using his height against him so that the fans will get behind him? Anyway it's good to see Chad getting some screen time, his match with Corbin was fantastic and a move to RAW during the draft will keep him away from the big stars of SD so he can slowly build himself up. I'm intrigued where this goes but don't be surprised if Vince wakes up one day and just wants to bury him
  4. Bubba is completely in the right here, Kofi's time with the title is done and someone like Lesnar who is a big name and a draw can win the championship and just attract attention wherever he goes. Love him or hate him but Lesnar always brings in a crowd and makes the most money for the company and strapping the belt onto him when the new show airs is a great move to get some mainstream public attention. Kofi had a good run but it's time for the Beast to win the belt
  5. The emotion of Benoit/HHH/HBK propels it over Eddie and Kurt for me. Such a nice moment for Benoit and it's a shame because of his actions that we can't really enjoy watching that match anymore
  6. Hey mate welcome to the forums! If you need any help or have in questions in general don't hesitate to ask, and if you haven't already join the BPZ Discord, that's where all the chat usually goes down. Hope to see you around and hopefully you enjoy your time here
  7. It's great to see that Vince had some support for the show and didn't want to bury every single person that was apart of it. I think it was a perfect debut for NXT on USA in their new era with the right booking decisions being made. The show for next week looks really good as well with Riddle vs Dain in a Number One Contender Street Fight while Keith Lee takes on Dijakovic. Should be great
  8. He is a ratings draw and if you're going to do a "premiere episode" you might as well stack the card. Because the Wildcard rule is still in effect until the draft maybe he and Kofi have another confrontation here on RAW. Looking forward to seeing this season premiere, don't know what it will consist of but hopefully it's something cool and different as we move toward a new era of WWE
  9. Julius

    "Homecoming"

    {We open with Julius sitting in the passengers seat of a car staring outside the window, marveling at the city of Melbourne that surrounds him. A rye smile creeps up on his face as he looks the Melbourne CBD for presumably the first time in a long time. Out in the distance we see Federation Square a marquee spot in the city of Melbourne and once again Julius' eyes are fixed onto it} "You know it's been years since I've been here. I was born and raised in Sydney but our trips to Melbourne, my Dad my Brother and I to watch the footy, the Cricket whatever was one was always something I would look forward to. The MCG where Bad Blood is held tomorrow is the Mecca of Australian sports. Every Australian Sport's athlete wishes to be able to run out on the marvelous MCG with 100,000 cheering their name as they do what they love and tomorrow I join all those Australian Icon's all those legends when I put on the boots and walk out to the ring. It's been about 15 years since I've been here and it hasn't changed a bit. I love it" {The car stops and Julius makes his way out, the camera still following as he looks up at the MCG. He slowly walks towards it, looking up in awe his eyes wide open as he gazes upon the beauty in-front of him. He stops for a minute and lets it all sink in, and that smile appears again something that hasn't appeared on Julius' face for a very long time. He continues to walk towards the Main Gate where a bunch of media and fans are waited for his arrival, but before he greets them, he stops and stares at the famous Sir Don Bradman statues placed in-front of him. Arguably one of Australia's greatest sporting Icon's of all time} "This is when you know you've made it. No World Title, no Hall of Fame ring or Money in The Bank Briefcase will ever top something like this. The dream for me is to be named among these Australian sporting greats, to be recognised as a hero of this great nation, to have a statue alongside Don Bradman at the MCG" {Julius looks up at the statue one last time and nods in approval before finally walking over to the fans who are waiting for him. They all cheer and once again a big beaming grin appears on the face of the former BPZ World Champ. The Children in the front row are all holding signs in honour of Julius and "The Death Machine" walks over and signs them before taking some pictures with the fans and heading into the building. He turns back and waves at all his fans before putting his head down and walking into the MCG. The scene then reopens with Julius seated in the middle of the MCG, the Colosseum that surrounds him as impressive as ever as he looks straight into the camera} "I think we can agree that I just am not a people person. I usually don't care for the fans that come to all the shows in the US or in Europe or in Asia because they don't appeal to me, they have no significance to me and they really don't understand me. But these people, the kids you saw cheering my name as they walked in all of the men and women who held up signs or wore my T-Shirts, everything I do inside and outside of the ring is for them. It's these sorts of people who got me where I am today and it's these people who I owe my career and in some cases my life to. When I attack someone and leave them half-dead in the ring, or when I say some things that may be deemed too hurtful or too far in most people's eyes are celebrated by these people here because they understand the grind and the energy and effort a man has to put in to make sure they can succeed. Every single Australian understands and knows where my actions come from because they've been where I've been and they know what needs to be done to make sure you stay afloat in this world. When all of you boo me, these people they cheer me because they understand me, they know that everything I do and everything I strive to do is to put this amazing country on the map. It's to give back to everyone who has carved the path out for me" "Now I still have a job to do and that concerns the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. All the pressure is on me, I've seen the news reports saying that I have the most to lose this is make or break for me and to be honest all of it is true. This is that big time opportunity, my future my destiny is all in my hands if I can just climb up that ladder and unhook that briefcase, a guaranteed opportunity to become the BPZ World Heavyweight Champion once again. Although I do have the most to lose, I do have an advantage over the seven other people in that match and that's the people. Probably for the first time in my BPZ Career I will walk out to a chorus of cheers, a roar throughout this very arena will transpire when my music hits and I walk out onto the stage. I'm not ready for the emotion that's going to come to me and that's a good thing, I've got to live in the moment and I've got to get the job done because I'm not fighting for one I'm fighting for all" "I'm not going to waste your time by breaking down my opponents, that's been done many times before and will be done many times again. I know what they'll bring and they know what I'll bring and that's all that. The purpose of this was to show you what is on the line for me. For about 20 minutes on the 20th of September 2019 every single person in this country will have their TV's fixated on this match and that is where I need to deliver. And I am going to deliver. Hollow, Josh, Flynn, BiC and whoever that mystery man is I hope you're ready because you're stepping in enemy territory and if there's one thing about Australia that is we are going to make you feel as uncomfortable as you have ever been. I'm ready for this, I've been ready for this my entire life. This is my homecoming and I will not disappoint"
  10. Just hit 3.2k thanks to everyone for helping me get there!
  11. I think that this was an absolutely perfect debut show for NXT on live TV and everyone involved hit it right out of the park with what they produced. The Velveteen vs Strong match was just absolutely phenomenal and seeing The Era draped in all gold is a great way to start NXT Live. WALTER and Imperium being involved is great as well and the return of Lio Rush was also a major talking point. Really loved the two hour format, heaps of people had a chance to shine and I'm very much looking forward to seeing what else they can do. Lets see how AEW can combat something like this when the time comes, Wednesday night is going to be an amazing night for wrestling
  12. I think WWE is starting to really drum up interest in its product at a really good time just before their move to fox. Lesnar being announced for the debut show is massive and I think the intrigue around the build and what Kofi does before the match will draw viewers in. It will be interesting to see how NXT did in its first live show because the quality of it was absolutely spectacular
  13. One man who is in desperate need of a change is Drew McIntyre just to freshen him up. I love his heel gimmick but the company just wont get behind him so maybe turning him face gives them a whole new attitude. He also doesn't have to be your generic babyface but rather a badass one similar to what Kevin Owens was before all of the "I do everything for my family" shit started to come up
  14. Going on the theme that Odd set for me it’s Arthur Morgan in RDR2. I just felt flat when he died because I had really gotten to enjoy the character that he was
  15. 1. Fiend 2. Rowan 3. Harper 4. Imperium 5. Lesnar
  16. Really tough one but Spideys my pick
  17. Your Orlando Magic Starting Five #14 Point Guard: D.J. Augustin At the beginning of the last season the Magic were in desperate need for some talent at the PG position and with a lackluster Free Agency period the Magic were forced to rely on D.J. Augustin, a solid role player for most of his career but hadn't been able to take that next step. However D.J. was outstanding for Orlando playing all 81 of a possible 82 games while averaging 11.7 pts a game and 5.3 assists to go a long with a very good 42% from the three point line. With questions about Markelle Fultz's injury status, D.J. looks to be the floor general for the Magic once again with his Sharpshooting from deep sure to give Orlando that much needed perimeter offence #10 Shooting Guard: Evan Fournier The Frenchman's career in the NBA has been plagued by inconsistency thus far and last year was yet another example of this. Fournier was solid putting up 15 points a game although it was down from the previous years 17.8 but is inefficiency shooting the ball hurt Orlando in many games last year. Fournier most recently played in the FIBA World Cup for France where he was an absolute star and alongside Rudy Gobert led France to a Bronze Medal finish averaging 20 points a game and shooting lights out from deep. If World Cup Evan Fournier turns up for the 2019/2020 season then the Magic chances of success continue to rise #1 Small Forward: Jonathan Isaac The biggest Wildcard in the Orlando Magic starting five is Jonathan Isaac who is now entering his third season in the NBA. Isaac growth and potential was on display throughout last season as he constantly improved on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor and his length makes him a potential nightmare matchup. Many media pundits have predicted Isaac to have a breakout season following his 2018/2019 campaign where he produced 10 points 6 rebounds and one block. The development of Isaac and Bamba will be crucial in how deep Orlando can go this year #00 Power Forward: Aaron Gordon Still at the young age of 24, the NBA is still waiting for the arrival of Aaron Gordon and this year may be the year he does so. Seeing increases in efficienty last year Gordon has become one of the focal points in the Orlando offence. While his three-point shooting isn't where he would want it to be, he is a perimeter threat and his work through the offseason with Kobe Bryant should prove to help him out. Orlando put a lot of trust in this young forward by giving him a large contract two years ago and now it's time for Gordon to prove his worth #9 Centre: Nikola Vucevic The star of the Magic last year was undoubtedly Nikola Vucevic whose breakout year propelled Orlando the playoffs for the first time in 6 years. He averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds earning him a much deserved maiden All Star berth. Vucevic added a three point shoot to his already impressive offensive arsenal and his defense improved under Coach Steve Clifford. The one glaring flaw in the big Montenegrin's game is his performance in the playoffs where he was purely outplayed by Raptor big man Marc Gasol. Which Vucevic will we get this season, the regular season juggernaut or Playoff Vooch?
  18. It's horrible that shit like this is happening in 2019 where Wrestling is known to be pre-determined and the wrestlers themselves are only portraying a character. No one should have to put up with this shit and this is I think the second or third time a story like this has been brought up this year and its disgusting. It does highlight how good of a Heel Corbin is though, making fans legitimately upset
  19. Brett and Owen by a long shot, the others really don't compare
  20. These shows are always a bit of fun because they have that House Show vibe to them. Although nothing really gets done, or no big titles change hands it's usually enjoyable to watch. It's also going to be interesting to see who the champions will be once we get to Starrcade because December is still pretty far away
  21. 2.9k posts only 100 away from World 😤
  22. Julius

    WWE Battles

    The Elimination Chamber
  23. Love the nickname "Black Mamba" it's very unique and I think it just suits Kobe really well
  24. Wouldn't expect anything less from Vince on something like this. An Ancient mindset that if someone is small then they can't get over continues to cloud his judgement and has stopped a lot of talent from getting over. I was really enjoying Cedric's time in the spotlight and if this report is believed to be true then seriously what the fuck is going on. It annoys me to see something like this still exists in WWE and I hope that Vince wakes up to himself. But who am I kidding right

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