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Death Notorious Angel

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  1. 12 minutes ago, Gunner said:

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    Man I feel like I am 8 years old again, seeing Edge in that ring is so nostalgic. It kind of seems unreal to me at the moment. Seeing him get hit with a chair right to the skull made me terrified last night not going to lie. With his past neck problems, It scared me but on the positive side it seems we are getting a Rated- RKO match after all, I would say most likely at Wrestlemania 36. I love the fact that he is finally back after nine long years, and im excited to see what he can bring to the table. He looked amazing at the rumble, he is surely in the best shape of his life so he has to "Still Have It". What do you all think will happen moving forward? Will he have occasional raw matches, just PPVS?

    No Raw matches. He his contract allows Raw/Smackdown appearances but I highly dobut he'd do a match on Live TV. He's obviously going to get big four ppvs, Saudi shows, Australian show if they go there again, and probably one or two minor ppvs. 

  2. WWE Superstar and current United States Champion Andrade has failed a drug test.

    Per Pro Wrestling Sheet, Manuel Oropeza failed the WWE wellness policy for a currently unknown substance. He was made aware of the failure this morning and they used Humberto Carrillo hitting a Hammerlock DDT on Andrade to concrete as a way to write off the character as he serves his suspension.

    No official suspension has been made by WWE just yet. Most recently, Primo Colon and Robert Roode failed drug tests.


  3. Edge made his amazing return to in-ring action last night during the Royal Rumble match, leading to speculation as to how often we’ll see him back in the ring.

    According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Edge’s new deal is a multi-year contract (WrestleVotes reports it’s for three years) that allows him to work a few matches per year with a number of televised appearances as well. It was noted that negotiations with WWE began as far back as in August. Pro Wrestling Sheet also has independently confirmed our initial report about Edge having contract talks with All Elite Wrestling, and notes that while he ultimately decided to come back to WWE, AEW made a “serious offer” for Edge to have some matches and work as an agent.

    One of the matches that Edge is expected to have is at WrestleMania 36 in Tampa. He’s still listed as a free agent on the WWE website, but there’s been plenty of speculation as to who he would face at the event.

    According to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com, WWE already has an opponent lined up in Randy Orton, while Pro Wrestling Sheet noted Edge is rumored to be facing someone from the RAW brand at WrestleMania. Wrestlezone also learned there were two other names suggested during early talks regarding an opponent, but it was not made clear to us if or when Orton’s name was added to the list of potential opponents.


  4. I remember his 2009 and 2010 back to back Championship wins and how happy me and he was. I was happy because I saw my team and my favorite player win the biggest prize in the NBA and even win Finals MVP back to back as well. I remember the 62 point game he put up, which is funny cause his opposite team had 61 points in total. His 81 point game I watched over and over again. Watching his retirement game that say one of his best plays in years, I was thinking he'd go on to live a long life in happy retirement. Unfortunately his life was taken from us at an early age of 41. To also know that his daughter was involved in the crash makes it ten times worse. May the legacy of Kobe Bryant live on in the NBA and may the life of Kobe Bryant be celebrated, not mourn forever. 

  5. WWF Heavyweight Championship
    Hulk Hogan (c) vs. André the Giant: Hogan

    Mr. T vs. Roddy Piper: Piper

    - WWF Intercontinental Championship
    Randy Savage (c) vs. Bob Orton vs. Ricky Steamboat: Savage

    - Bruno Sammartino's Retirement Match
    Big John Studd vs. Bruno Sammartino: Sammartino

    The North-South Connection vs. Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik: N-S Connection

    Jake Roberts vs. Ted DiBiase: Jake Roberts

    - WWF Tag Team Championships
    The Hart Foundation (c) vs. The British Bulldogs: Hart Foundation

    𝐵𝑜𝑛𝑢𝑠 𝑄𝑢𝑒𝑠𝑡𝑖𝑜𝑛𝑠

    Which match will score the highest overall rating?: Hogan/Andre

    Which two WWF women's wrestlers will appear on a WrestleMania episode of Piper's Pit?: Wendu Richter

  6. 27 minutes ago, Alex Costa said:

    As a big long time fan of Edge, I felt like a child yesterday when I heard "You think you know me", of course I did cringe a bit anytime he took a bump on the neck but I guess Edge showed he returned on great shape and capable of handling what I presume is a "part-time" schedule. Very curious to see who Edge faces during this run and I guess can't wait to see the Cutting Edge again.

    Speaking of show Brad, I presume Edge is currently on an acting role as well? I know Edge been doing pretty well in acting, partaking in some TV shows. Or are you talking about his show with Christian returning?

    He does a show on Syfy. It's a Viking show that's all I know. 

  7. 22 minutes ago, BrendenPlayz said:

    I feel as though there was very little chance he was going to AEW. I think Vince has treated him well and kept him on the pay roll all these years since the injury. He also has looked after his wife too. It might've only been a possibly he would go to AEW if WWE refused to let him wrestle and Edge wanted to do it bad enough, similar to Daniel Bryan.

    I'd see Edge going to AEW if he couldn't wrestle in WWE. But all honesty I knew he would of signed to WWE. He been with WWE 99% of his career, had boat loads of success in his 15 year career in WWE and he knew that since they tested Bryan to return and compete, he knew they'd give him a chance and since he passed, it was more obvious he was resigning to WWE. And I'm sure he got paid well for his appearances manly and going by his workout video with Sheamus a few months back, he said he didn't have much worry in needing to work much outside of doing his show. 

  8.  Edge returned to the ring for the first time in nine years at the 2020 Royal Rumble and we now have some more details on how it happened—and how long he might stick around.

    A source speaking with Wrestlezone said Edge coming back to WWE specifically wasn’t set in stone as he had been in discussions with going to All Elite Wrestling. It’s unclear how serious the talks with AEW were, and our source said Edge had previously approached WWE about an in-ring return but Vince McMahon was not open to it. AEW was reportedly interested because the “Rated R Superstar” had passed independent tests to be cleared for an in-ring return, but Edge ended up negotiating with WWE once the AEW offer had been on the table.

    It’s unclear if WWE found out about the AEW talks or if he went back to them with the news, but Vince McMahon reportedly told him that he would be returning in a WWE ring if he was coming back at all and had him get cleared by a WWE doctor. Edge ultimately got cleared and WWE had a ring sent to North Carolina so he could train, which we reported on January 10 was so he could get his ring timing down. It was in that same report that we also reported Edge would be making his first in-ring in nine years at the Royal Rumble match.

    Entering at number 21, Edge ended up eliminating three Superstars in tonight’s Rumble match (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Randy Orton) and made it to the final three participants in the match before being eliminated by Roman Reigns. Despite his Rumble appearance, it’s still unclear how often he will be back in the ring.

    Update: @WrestleVotes is also reporting the 2012 Hall Of Fame inductee has signed a new three-year WWE contract for “significant money.” No other details regarding his contract status were revealed.


  9. It looks like we have not seen the last of Sting in WWE. Reports coming from PWInsider indicate that Sting will be making his return as early as tonight’s Royal Rumble due to quick progressing talks to get something established for a future event.

    That future event would be none other than the WWE PPV in Saudi Arabia next month. It was noted that Sting will be a major part of the show in Saudi Arabia next month but at this time it is unknown whether he will be wrestling. It should be noted that The Undertaker is not being pitched in any of the creative ideas involving Sting.

    PWInsider also reports that internal sources in WWE have mentioned that it is quite possible that Sting does return for one more match. What do you think of the news that Sting could be making his return? What do you think his role could be at Royal Rumble? Let us know in the comments below.


  10. Julius once again stands over Deaths Notorious Angel, picking up again another brutal victory over his foe for the World Heavyweight Championship.


    Julius takes his World title from the referee and holds it up high in the air, that smirk engraved in his face as he then exits the ring just in time for the Royal Rumble match. Deaths Notorious Angel alone in the ring with the referee. He sits up in the corner, a look of disappointment written on his face. The referee keeps reminding him that he needs to exit the ring for the Royal Rumble match, but he doesn't seem to even notice the referee and his words. He seems caught up in his own mind. Then….

    "Burn In My Light" plays as th boos as Rory Orton steps out, seemingly wanting to start the Royal Rumble match. He enters the ring and goes up to the corner to do a pose. Suddenly he feels feels the mat moving so he gets down and…. BAM DEVIL BLOOD BY D.N.A!


    Rory lays flat out on the mat as D.N.A starts to grab at his head, twisting and turning his head before snapping his head in the direction of Rory. He drops to his knees and slowly slithers himself over to his fallen pray before grabbing the downed superstar by the nose and pulls his head up and slithers back, dragging him by the nose to the apron, having his head hung over the apron. He swings his head back and forth before quickly going under the bottom rope and grabbing a steel chair. He grips both legs with his hands before looking up, talking to… something. He nods and smirks devilshly before whamming the chair across his face, knocking out the rookie. D.N.A grabs his arm and drags him out of the ring onto the floor below. He holds that steel chair in his right hand tightly before looking at the face of the now broken nose, blood running down his face victim. 

    He twists and turns his head again before grabbing it with his open hand before yelling and then whams the chair against his head again, this time his head sandwiched between the chair and the padded mat, this time cracking his head open. He looks up at the ceiling and starts talking again before walking over to the announcers table and yanks the cover off and tosses it to the ground. He sets the steel chair on the table and walks over to Rory and grabs him by the hair and starts to drag him to the announcers table. He lifts up the seemingly lifeless carcass to the announcers table, placing his head on the table. He picks up the steel chair again before smashing it against your head again, this time on the table. He tosses the steel chair down and yells loudly. He looks at the damage done before starting to walk off, but he stops and looks up at the ceiling, talking to something again. He grows a face of confusion it becomes a smirk. He walks back over and pushes the top part of the steel steps off before grabbing Rory and slams his head into the bottom part of the steps. D.N.A uses his foot to hold his prey in place before slowly dragging the steel steps over to him. He shakes his body before lifting up the steps. He then yells "NOBODY ESCAPES FROM LIFE ALIVE!" before lifting up the steps and driving them into his skull. He drops the steps and backs up as EMTs and referees rush down. Some of management follow as they try to contain him. He brushes them all off and walks backwards as his evil smirks returns to his face. He stands on the stage as a stretcher is ran down the crowd way to Rory as the last sight shown is Deaths Notorious Angel waving bye bye to the crowd before walking to the back as a video package for the Rumble is played.

  11. Imperium (Walter, Fabian Aichner, Marcel Barthel and Alexander Wolfe) vs. The Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish and Roderick Strong): Imperium    
    Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Toni Storm - NXT Women's Championship: Rhea Ripley
    Finn Bálor vs. Ilja Dragunov: Finn Balor
    Angel Garza (c) vs. Isaiah "Swerve" Scott vs. Jordan Devlin vs. Travis Banks - NXT Cruiserweight Championship: Angel Garza
    #DIY (Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa) vs. Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven and Tyler Bate): #DIY
    Mia Yim vs. Kay Lee Ray: Mia Kim    

    Bonus Question: 
    What match will go the longest?: 8 man tag
    Will there be any debuts (Main Roster moving to NXT included)?: No

  12.  More names that could make their return to in-ring action soon have surfaced online. 

    Those stars are Nia Jax and Ruby Riott as they are reportedly set to be in Houston, Texas for the 2020 Royal Rumble, PWInsider.com has confirmed.

    Jax has been out of action since WrestleMania 35 due to ACL tears that forced her to have surgery. On the flip side, Riott has been out of action since May after undergoing surgery on a “bilateral injury” to both of her shoulders. 

    Although this does not confirm they are returning in the Women’s Rumble match, WWE needs to fill 25 slots for the match so time will tell. 

    This comes after news surfaced of another name could potentially return in this match at the show. 

    The Royal Rumble pay-per-view event goes down on Sunday, January 26, 2020 in Houston, Texas at the Minute Maid Park.



    "You're an idiot, Julius. An idiot that played right into my plan."

    D.N.A starts to chuckle a bit as Julius stops himself from leaving the ring, turning his head back to his challenger before rolling his eyes and he steps out onto the apron.

    "You know what's funny? What's so funny is that while you stand there and call me a perennial loser, you stand the test of time right here, right now and show the world that you're a millennial dick that survives because of the people surrounding him. And if you fail, it's not your fault right? It's that "oh I wasn't one hundred percent",  or "oh he caught me off guard". I never heard "It's because of me." You can stand there and believe so much that you're a bad man, but the only thing that I see that is bad about you was the little banter you threw at me, thinking what you said will draw any sorts of worry or anxiety or fear out of me. You think that I'm afraid to lose, I'm afraid to fail Julius. You think I'm of taking a loss Julius? You truly in the back of your mind think it affects me in a way that it'll make me snap? That watching these younger guys pass me by will send me into an infuriated rage? I don't know if you're blind, or just stupid. I work with the younger talent, because like it or not, guys like us, we aren't going to be able to do this much longer. Our bodies, they'll shut down one day and we won't be able to walk out the door one day. I want them to be ready to take this place and run with it when us veterans are gone. 

    The death matches, the change of the character, they aren't to gather any acclaim to myself, because I don't need it at all. I got the fame, I got the money, I got it all that I need, and I got the ring to show for it. Why do I need to continue to wrestle at the age of forty one, an age that people drawn major concern about my health and all this talk about being washed up, that doesn't count concern me. This is my life Julius, this been my life since day one. I don't need the paycheck or the tv time to stroke my massive ego. I do this cause I love this business. And the death matches you referred to l, most likely talking about myself and Kenji from last years Emergence. It's not to erase any critics from the equation. Because no matter what, I'll always have my critics. I could increase my work rate, or become a system to the public and do all this other stuff that many others have to get the people to properly adore them. That's not what I'm concerned with. I do it because it because I wanted to. KENJI, despite his, lack or better of term "words" he said to me in his recent interview with James talked about it and said no matter what, because of that match, it got him to where he is now. That match with that stipulation I knew would propel him into the star he is today. It's funny, leading up to Emergence, there was one match everyone was talking about. Julius versus Flynn for the Undisputed Championship. Last Man Standing match, the main event of the show! Everyone had eyes on that match itself. But, that match wasn't the match that stole the show, was it? It wasn't the match that made headlines, was it? Your match wasn't anything to those people or critics. Who's match was? Mine Julius. Me, a washed up "perennial loser" was in the match of the night. Was in the match that those fans remember that night. You? They don't even remember you fighting that match. You the "King Of The Tournaments" not being talked about in a match versus Flynn for the main event for the Undisputed Championship. What a travesty, right? 

    And you display a great deal of being an Stan to me within your words. While you try so hard to insult me, you always found your ways to compliment me. When you say I always look up that the stars past the ceiling, found a way to mention that I'm a "true veteran". Or that you admitted to the fact of what I've been saying for years and that I'm the hardest working star in this company then, now, and forever even after a defeat. Or how you said I'm not the same guy who I was when I got my ring. You're right Julius. I'm not the same guy. That me was someone who allowed his critics to crawl in his mind and clouded his own judgement and his feelings before. I'm no longer that same man. I'm now someone who wants to inflict as much pain on everyone possible. You saw what happened when I even went an quarter way towards being the older me, I suffered for it. I'm far better than I ever been, because while my opponents could take the wins, I take that pound of flesh that always is so much more gratifying."

    Julius keeps his eyes locked on Deaths Notorious Angel from the edge of the ring on the apron as his challenger continues with his statement.

    "You throw these claims but in reality it's YOU who changed. You changed. In 2018 when we faced I felt the passion from you that made me happy to work with you for that two months. Now? You're just like every one else. 


    Yes, lazy. Lazy, no passion, no desire, just waiting for that check to hit the bank account. It's honestly what is making me hate you. Yes, I HATE you Juliis! Not because of your level of success you have. Because of how fucking lazy you gotten. I get it. You're done. You're on your last leg. So what do you think was happening? Before that happens, you get to squash me? Wrong Julius. You're not in the gracings to get that opportunity. It's sad Julius, when I saw a chance to work with you, I was happy for it. But seeing you now, I'm regretting my decision. I know I'm not the greatest, but how you're acting, is very very toxic. To the point, where I might just let you bulldoze over your own career on your own. 

    With the Rumble coming up, you got a few days to think. You want the old me, well I want the old you. If the old you doesn't show, then don't expect me to show. Cause I'm not going to waste my time on a big piece of ass like yourself. Bad, bad man? I've heard that by many men, but none to prove it to me. Yet I prove that I'm the baddest motherfucker here. I prove that I'm the toughest motherfucker alive. I also proved to be the least backstabbing piece of shit there is. Don't believe me? We could ask JoshTourage or even ask ROA if they say the same about you. Ooohhhh why not we ask Creed? Ask Creed when they expect you to turn on them next. Better yet, let's ask BPZ Management when they see you taking your ball and going home cause "you can't handle the chip on your shoulder anymore"? 

    I've kept calm with you Julius, but no longer. So I'm going to leave you with this.

    Fuck you

    Go and leave my company.

    Because when I take that World Heavyweight Championship from you, that's exactly what you're going to do. 

    "Your blood will be on my hands. Your heart will be beating in my grasp. I Don't Own A Win, But I Still Own Your Bitch Ass."

  14.  It’s been months since Naomi has been in action on WWE TV, last wrestling against Sarah Logan on Main Event back in July. According to sources talking with PWInsider, the star will be in Houston, Texas this weekend for the Royal Rumble PPV. She’s also rumored to be heading to the SmackDown brand soon, and her return could come as a part of the Royal Rumble match.

    Naomi’s July departure matched up with the Usos break from TV, coming after Jimmy Uso’s DUI arrest that same month. Naomi has appeared on new episodes of Total Divas during this time period. The Usos recently returned to back up Roman Reigns on RAW against King Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, and Robert Roode.




    James: "Hello everyone and welcome to Ring Psychology. Your host here the Voice Of The Universe James SweedinFerg and today is that special interview I promised and it's none other than the current reigning and defending North American Champion, KENJI. Welcome to the show Champ as my first guest".

    KENJI: "Thank you, James. Pleasure to be your first guest here on Ring Psychology".

    James: "Pleasure is mine. You came into BPZ in 2019 with a group such as Hans Clayton, Arius, and so many more terrific talent. You knew you had to do something to stand out. What was your plan on standing out and branching away from the group and more specifically the two men I just mentioned?"

    KENJI: "It's something that I am still managing to this day. And that is no matter how much success you see others achieve, never tray from your vision. Never try to be the next Hans, or Arius. I signed with the company when names such as Arius, Julius and Bart were really riding high in their momentum. But, trying to emulate their paths wouldn't do anything. Thankfully, I'm here as myself, the North American Champion. If I tried to be them, then my success wouldn't really be mine".

    James: "Everyone has their set off points in their careers that puts them in that fourth gear that you're in. Julius betraying ROA, Hans leaving New Blood and Arius..... Well I think he was born like that, should get checked out for it. Anyway what set you off for your fourth gear performances that we've gotten from you?"

    KENJI: "......Emergence. It was after that initial high of competing for the championship that now sits on my shoulder. That wasn't my brightest hour. I tried to rebound at Judgment Day, but to no avail. Emergence was when I really entered the ring with nothing. And.....in order to step out again, I had to pay with what I have, something far more costly. I still think about it, you know? If I'm walking past some gated off compound in a city, my eyes flinch and recoil whenever I see the barbed wire sitting on the fences. Yes, I won that night. But Brad got his pound of flesh".

    James: "You say this, also knowing that the same man is after your Championship. What's your response to that?"

    KENJI: "Brad can say it. And as much as I dispise him to my very core, some morbid respect was garnered back at Emergence. That being said, and to anyone that wishes to contend for my championship, they need to earn the same momentum that I did. Brad...or the 'Death Notorious Angel' as he wants to be addressed now, hasn't won in quite a while, and part of me thinks that facing Julius at the Rumble isn't the best place to start if he wants the North American Title.......That and, I don't want to lose part of me again, not for him......He isn't worth it. I wasn't the same man when I left Emergence, I to be truthful, I'm not sure that I can go through that again".

    James: "We'll move past that and look at the present. At BPZMania V you step into the event as Champion right now standings where you face Buddy Ace. He won the Carnage Scramble that gives him this match, as he defeated four top North American contenders. Does that at all concern you?'

    KENJI: "One step at a time, James, one step at a time. Buddy Ace has his ticket to BPZ Mania V, and while I am a champion, so as of right now, as do I. But, I can't imagine going from Night of Legends all the way to BPZ Mania without a hurdle in the way. My main concern is overcoming that hurdle in whatever form that takes. Then, and only then, can I worry about the Hangman".

    James: "Hey it's cool man. No stepping on your toes. Now you talk about the hurdle, let me ask you who you'd like to face off against for your Championship before Mania? Anyone from your division has your eye?"

    KENJI: "Someone new and fresh. After his performance at Night of Legends, even though it was in defeat, Bob Sparks would be a name that comes to mind. Although, don't misinterpret this is me wanting to contest our in-ring quality. I don't like Bob Spark's lack of loyalty to the alliegiences he makes. He took a shortcut in order to raise his profile when he turned on Bailey. His little stunts got him into the main event of Night of Legends, above a championship match".

    "In light of the Undisputed Title being off the card, naturally, the responsibility should have fallen to either the Tag Team Titles, or the North American Championship. I am not proud of my match at Emergence, even though it kickstarted my recent success. The very idea that the prestige of BPZ's championships should be squandered by playing second fiddle to an 'Unsanctioned' Lights Out match irks me quite a lot. So I would like to set that straight. hwo, Legacy, Bulletproof. It doesn't make a difference, that seed of dissent is there. I want to prove that the titles we sacrifice everything for should have main evented that night, not some bloodbath".

    James: "So you're blaming Management for making the Lights Out Match between Bob and Bailey as the main event? And what was your reaction to the incident between Flynn and Slim with Flynn assaulting Slim requiring both men unable to be at the ppv?"

    KENJI: "My answer is this; We're professional wrestlers. If you want to make someone bleed so much, do it in the ring, in your match where your win can't be disputed. As appauled as I was about the Barbed Wire Massacre Match, I got my retribution all the same. Now, because of their scuffle, the Undisputed Title is in limbo. And yes, I do have a bone to pick with management in this regard. Yes, they gave me opportunities to prove myself, which I did. But, it does a diservice to both champions and challengers when they are not highlighted as the swansong. The BPZ champions represent the very best of us. Or, they're supposed to. When something else is placed above them, or when a champion torpedoes their own prestige, it tarnishes that for all of us. Even with Flynn being stripped of the title, Bulletproof effectively still had the main event, given where Bob is now. The scales aren't in balance, James. They need to be righted.....and with the Undisputed Championship relinquished, that duty might fall to me".

    James: "So you're planning on fixing the balance until we get a new Undisputed Champion? And at the time, you must understand why they put Bob and Bailey on. Bailey is a six time World champion in BPZ and him and Bob had their Rivalry for a while at that point."

    KENJI: "I understand why they were given that spot, whether I agree with that decision is a different matter. What did Bailey and Bob do in terms of matches leading up to Night of Legends? A snakes and ladders of winning and losing the Premium Championship for Bob, and Bailey appearing in the Clapspiracy Tag Tournament with Slim for some reason, only to lose to Arius and myself. Arius had one of the most impressive records of 2019, as did Smith and Bart, both runners up in their Survival Games blocks. And me, I matched Bart toe-to-toe, and not one loss to my name since my block match with Julius. I mean no disrespect to past career accolades, but they don't mean everything".

    "And the Undisputed Championship? I don't just mean until a new one is crowned. I mean for as long as I am North American Champion. I have gone far and beyond to elevate this championship to the best of my abilities, to make it mean more than when I first won the honour. Now, there is a fleeting, but noticable space without the Undisputed Title for me to do that".

    James: "Now I hate bringing this up, but you keep mentioning that one match multiple times in the last three questions. Babred Wire Massacre. It done a lot to you mental that hasn't recovered has it? I tried not asking but I can't help but see and sense it from you."

    KENJI: "I believe that looking forward is what's best, but only if you heed the past also. That match looms large over my time here in BPZ. How could it not? I was dragged down to a place I would never go to. By a man who rubs shoulders with those shadows. I remember it because I don't want to go back. It says with me because without it, I might not be sitting here as North American Champion. It's a painful give and take, hating it, but now I can't see myself without it".

    James: "You speak lowly of the man, who name I don't want to mention in case of anything. But you see the year he had last year. Don't you think that could be dangerous to poke an already angry bear again?'

    KENJI: "It is dangerous. But, if he wants to face The Dragon, then he meets me on my terms, not his. The locker room is full of angry bears, and even if I would want to, I am a champion now. If a rematch is in the cards, then so be it. The result will be the same".

    James: "Great... I look forward to this death promise I'm going to get from him. Thank you KENJI. Thank you a lot you motherf-

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    And we're back! Alright. As North American Champion you must have your set of dream matches in BPZ. Who's at the top of that list?"

    KENJI: "There is one. We were initially going to collide in the Survival Games tournament, but sadly, scheduling caused him to be pulled out of the brackets, and that is Isaiah Carter. he tried to recuit me to Bulletproof when he was still within their borders. While I declined his offer, the prospect of a match against him has been on my mind. Perhaps 2020 will be the time, we shall see".

    James: "From dream matches to another past match of yours. The Tag Team Championship match. You and Arius worked extremely well as a team. Will there be anymore pairings in the future? And what was the aftermath of the tag title match between you two like?"

    KENJI: "Our team will emerge again in the future. But, in the event of BPZ Mania fast approaching, we do have other commitments. It will take a whole lot more than one loss to rattle Invictus. After the match we were understanding, a loss was probably what was needed for us. To really focus where we wanted to go, and make us all the more motivated to climb the mountain again".

    James: "Must say as a tag team you two were incredible. So good, I think Mirage jizzed his pants before the first match. 

    As a "young lion" of BPZ if I can say that and not get sued thank you, there are always going to be your critics and then your acclaim. Does any of that matter to you? Or are you just in it for the wrestling?"

    KENJI: "Always for the wrestling. But, I' be lying if I said that recognition of one's efforts isn't appreciated. Even the very best have their critics, that's just part of any business. As long as the success doesn't go to your head, or the critiques thrown around get you down, no reason why I or anyone else in this business shouldn't be doing what they do".

    James: "Alright I think it's about time to wrap this up so I'm going to ask one last question. We talked about good things, but I'm going to ask one bad thing. What's the biggest regret you ever made in your wrestling career in the entirety of you wrestling?"

    KENJI pauses for a moment, contemplating the vastness of that question

    KENJI: "......I can't say something from my past really, but something that might lay ahead for me......That's straying from being myself. Trying to be something that I'm not. Every day is a battle to stay on the path. If I leave that path, then that would be my biggest regret".

    James: "Alright Mr. KENJI you're a busy man so we're going to let you go. Thank you for being on my show."

    KENJI: "Thank you for having me, James".

    James: "I'm James SweedinFerg, and this been… nah FUCK YOU MIKE HUNT!"



    Andrade took a month of Humberto Carrillo’s career. Now, Carrillo is out to repay the favor by taking the United States Championship.

    The young, up-and-coming Superstar will challenge Andrade for the star-spangled title at the Royal Rumble event, potentially bringing to a head a months-long quest by Carrillo to capture the storied championship. Not only did Humberto unsuccessfully bid for the title when AJ Styles was the champion, it was an attack from Andrade during a Gauntlet Match to name the next contender for the title that put Carrillo out of commission after he was Hammerlock DDT’d onto the exposed concrete of the arena floor.

    Carrillo has had his eye on this prize for some time, and Andrade has never hesitated to mock his rival while he quickly blazed a trail of his own to capture the title from Rey Mysterio. Carrillo seems to have heard the champ’s words, making a dramatic return to save Mysterio from a post-Ladder Match beatdown by Andrade. With Carrillo back in action and Andrade holding the championship he’s coveted for so long, he has the opportunity to get his title and get his man all in one fell swoop. Of course, to do that, he’ll have to crack a code no Superstar has yet to manage. But as we’ve often seen with Humberto Carrillo, the sky is the limit. Literally and figuratively.

    Tune in to the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, Sunday, Jan. 26, at 7 ET/4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.


  17. The potential return of Edge to WWE has been a major rumor for months now, but Edge has shot it down every step of the way. He continued his denials on a recent podcast appearance and said that he hasn’t signed a new contract with WWE.

    “All of these rumors happening that ‘I’ve been to Pittsburgh’ and ‘I’ve been cleared to wrestle again’ and ‘I’ve signed a new contract.’ I have no idea where any of it came from,” said Edge on the Live On 4 Legs podcast (transcription via Fightful).  “The last time I was in Pittsburgh, I had my wrist fused in 2013. I haven’t signed a contract. I think I would know. I get this tsunami of comments saying, ‘You’re coming back. You signed a contract.’ I’m like, I really haven’t. ‘Oh yeah, that’s what you’d say.’ Okay, whatever.





    Tessa Blanchard is the subject of a some attention and it’s not for becoming the first-ever female Impact World Champion. Stories about her backstage behavior continue to come out after the initial allegations surfaced.

    Blanchard wrestles for WOW where she is also a head trainer. It turns out she has a lot influence that might not be 100% healthy. We previously reported that members of the WOW locker room were sent emails asking them to give “no comment” to any question about Tessa Blanchard.

    Fightful Select reports that Blanchard would “have it out with WOW trainers.” One trainer reportedly cried in front of the group over one of these incidents where she told a trainer that they shouldn’t be teaching. When someone tried to reach out to Tessa about this “she wasn’t interested in talking.”

    It is reported that Blanchard “gained influence in the company” and eventually “certain things” needed to be approved by Tessa. By the time season two of WOW came along Tessa Blanchard needing to approve things only “accelerated.”

    It was reported that “there was a confrontation between Tessa and another top name in WOW.” This “verbal battle” apparently broke out in front of others after “weeks of tension.” There was also a situation with another “fairly public shouting match” between Blanchard and Malia Hosaka. This led to only Hosaka being reprimanded.

    It was also said by longtime members of the WOW locker room that they “felt as if they lost their pushes once Blanchard showed up and made heavy changes.”

    At this time Tessa Blanchard has not responded to those allegations. She has flat-out denied any use of racist language associated to previous allegations.


  19. Name: Subject 1048

    Age: Unknown

    Force Sensitive?: Yes

    Appearance:(Note you can be other species within the Star Wars Universe- Check Wookiepedia for reference.)


    Class:Padawan,Jedi Knight,Jedi Master,Scoundrel,Bounty Hunter,Politician,Dark Acolyte,Slaver: Bounty Hunter

    Backstory: Was created by the Dark Side as a assassin to hunt for Jedi masters. He was trained by Lord Darth Vader himself to master his powers. 

    Any pre-existing relationships to other characters?(Note this is prior to Star Wars Episode I: A Phantom Menace.): None

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