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Glorious Domination by CFO$ plays. Welcome to Free Agent Corner 125. Today is a super episode as we see the series finale of FAC Series 5. Wow. We celebrate it with a preview, review and ups and downs of Survivor Series

PART 1: PREVIEW
NXT Championship Match: GeorgeAK vs LegendsOrigin
Josh: Ever since joining my Josh-Tourage George has been unstoppable. He cleared out the NXT divison and issued out an open challenge for anyone who thought they could take him down. Out stepped LegendsOrigin. Can Origin take him down? Or will George prove he is the king of the division? George
GreenSaying Legends
Josh: We have a split decision. One vote for Legends, one for George 

United States Championship Match: Echo Wilson vs Peter Wilchester
Josh:
The second match in this rivalry sees a very prestigious belt on the line. This started 3 months ago when Echo Wilson trashed Peters beloved house and started a fearsome rivalry. In their first meeting Echo won but tonight Peter looks for revenge. Can he gain it? Or will Echo retain? I’m saying Echo
Green: I agree.
Josh: Full house for Echo Wilson

Tag Team Championship Match: Slim and Akki vs The Josh-Tourage (JoshsNow and GeorgeAK)
Josh:
New Tag Team Champions will be crowned when Slim and Akki meet the Josh-Tourage. Slim announced a great alliance so many were shocked when it turned out to be Akki. Meanwhile Josh has played mind games with everyone, making George a stunt double and teasing a 3rd man, only to say it was Slim. Will the mind games pay off? Or is the great alliance too great? I’m going with me and George
Green: I agree
Josh: Two votes for the Josh-Tourage

Number One Contenders Match for the Global Championship: FDS vs Ark Universe
Josh:
These 2 rivals meet as the two former Chaos brothers collide. Ark feels like he is being screwed over and tonight could be an example as he must defend his Number One Contendership against FDS. Can FDS gain revenge for a betrayal by screwing over Ark? Or will Ark truly prove his worth? Going with FDS
Green: I’m agreeing
Josh: Full house for FDS

Intercontinental Championship Match: Smith (c) vs FDS
Josh:
Smith has been dominant for 7 months and has beaten everyone, including FDS. The most recent of these defences came at Halloween Havoc where FDS lost to Smith and snapped afterwards. He brutally attacked Smith and created this rivalry. Now can FDS’ new persona bring him success? Or will Smith’s dominance continue once more? Smith is too good not to vote so I’m saying him
Green: I agree
Josh: Two votes for Smith

Premium Championship Match: Smith (c) vs BiC
Josh:
As he has done for the past 7 months Smith pulls double duty tonight as he faces BiC for the Premium Championship. BiC has been a thorn in his back from day 1. Will it be another day for Smith? Or do we see a shock? I’m saying Smith
Green: Going with BiC
Josh: One vote for Smith and one vote for FDS

World Championship Match: Bailey (c) vs Slim
Josh:
We get a BPZ Mania calibre match as Bailey takes on Slim. The two greatest World Champs Finally collide 7 months after they were first booked to. Slim retained World at Bad Blood only for Bailey to cash in MITB and win World. Slim now looks for revenge. Can he become a 3x champ? Or will Bailey retain? No doubt in my mind I’m voting Slim
Green: I agree, I’m voting Slim
Josh: Full house for Slim

Jonathan (Evolve) vs Brad (Carnage)
Josh:
Two legends meet in the ring for an epic inter brand contest here at Survivor Series. Friends, rivals and now after 3 years and intense promos they collide. Will Evolve carry on interbrand dominance. Or is tonight Brads night? Going Brad here, very easy for me to go him
Green: I’m thinking Jon here
Josh: Split decision, one vote for John and one vote for Brad

Team Flynn (Flynn, Echo Wilson, Necce, Prince and FDS) vs Team Smith (Smith, Slim, Ross, Jonathan and Tamer)
Josh:
What a feud this has been. When Universal Champ Flynn invaded Evolve to confront Smith, everyone erupted when this match was made. Ross announced himself as the first member of Team Smith by attacking Flynn during his match with Echo Wilson, who in turn joined Team Flynn. Flynn then added Prince and FDS whilst Smith added his Order brothers Slim and Nate, the latter was later replaced by John due to injury. Necce made a shock return to join Team Flynn and then, after Flynn retained Universal over Ross, Tamer joined Team Slim, attacking Slim. Who will win this legendary match. Team Smith? Or Team Flynn? My vote is going to Team Flynn 
Green: Saying Team Smith 
Josh: One vote for Team Smith and one vote for Team Flynn. We’ll reveal the results at the end of the episode. 

PART 2: REVIEW 
9. NXT Championship Match: GeorgeAK (c) vs LegendsOrigin: 4 Stars                              The NXT divison seems to be on a bit of a downfall as the worst match in 2 months for the divison occured. Legends sent George to the outside by hitting shots to the back of George’s skull and tried to follow up with a Suicide Dive but George sent him into the barricade, and was sent into the barricade with a Drop Toe Hold from Legends. Both men rolled in at 7 and began trading forearms on their knees. They went back and forth before George suddenly got up and hit Legends with a Buckle Bomb. George got him up and hit forearms to the cranium before hitting a Powerbomb. He then followed up with a Vertical Suplex that caused Legends to roll out of the ring, where George hit him with a Suicide Dive. George threw him into the ring and hit a Piledriver for a 3. A fast paced match up. 4 Stars

7. United States Championship: Echo Wilson (c) vs Peter Wilchester and World Championship Match: Bailey (c) vs Slim: 4.5 Stars 
We will start with US, which saw its prestige hurt by another short title reign as it had its worst match for 2 months. Echo and Peter started showing their was no bad blood lost as they charged at each other, with Echo ducking a Clothesline and then hitting a Péle Kick to stun Peter. Echo hit a Running Crossbody to Echo but although Peter rolled through Echo hit elbows to the side of Wilchester and then transitioned his body to hit a Hurricarana. Both men got up and locked up, where Peter gained advantage and locked in a headlock but Echo pushed him against the ropes and went for a Back Body Drop but was almost hit by a Canadian Destroyer. However Echo prevented it and locked in a Sharpshooter but Peter escaped by reaching the ropes. Peter rolled out but Echo hit a Springboard Corkscrew Crossbody onto Peter. Echo rolled Peter into the ring, who crawled around confused, and Echo rolled in himself before uppercutting Peter into the corner before Irish whipping him into the opposite corner. As Echo charged at Peter it was revealed he had been playing possum as Peter sent Echo into the post before hitting a Brainbuster. Peter exposed the turnbuckle and Irish Whipped Echo into it before bashing Echos head against it 8 times, until the ref broke it up. Peter hit another 6 shots into the turnbuckle before hitting a Canadian Destroyer for a 2 as Peter covered with his foot. Peter covered again for real but only got a 2. Peter argued with the ref as Echo got up and asked Peter if that was all he had. Peter responded with a punch to Echo, who hit one back, before they hit punches to each other in stereo. Echo gained advantage and Irish Whipped Peter into the exposed turnbuckle before going for a Splash but he missed and was rolled up by the tights from Peter for the 3. A fast paced story. 4.5 Stars

Now for World, a division on the rise that saw its best match in 2 months. Bailey started by charging at Slim, who entangled himself in the ropes so Bailey couldn’t touch him. Bailey was forced to back away, which he did but as he charged at Slim again, Slim ducked and then hit a Spinning Back Elbow to send Bailey to his knees. Slim mocked Baileys Glorious pose which caused Bailey to hit him with punches and ducked a Clothesline from Slim to hit a German Suplex to send Slim onto his neck. Slim rolled onto the apron and Bailey went to him but was hit by a Roundhouse Kick and then a Springboard Dropkick. Bailey tried to roll out of the ring but was picked up by Slim, however Bailey raked Slims eyes and hit a Belly to Belly Suplex before following up with a GOATPlex. Bailey tried to follow up with a Career Killer but Slim flipped him over and went for a Running Knee Strike but Bailey rolled out of the ring. Slim went for a dive but as Bailey moved Slim transitioned into a Tranquilo. Bailey rolled in and shouted Glorious at Slim, and then charged at Slim who moved out of the way sending Bailey out of the ring. Slim hit a Baseball Slide to send Bailey into the announce table and now Bailey, holding his back, ran into the ring into a Northern Lights Suplex followed by a Brainbuster but Bailey flipped out and hit a Gamechanger to Slim for a 2. Slim began to climb the ropes, but was Uppercutted twice and bounced into the ropes by Bailey who attempted a Spinebuster but Slim reversed into a DDT. Slim bounced Bailey off the ropes and attempted a Spinning Heel Kick but Bailey ducked it and hit a huge knee to Slims face. Bailey scaled the ropes and called for a Shooting Star Press, doing his “Glorious” taunt. However midway through Ross pushed him and Bailey missed. Slim followed up with an Endgame and, after stomping on Baileys back, he locked in a Death Penalty for a submission victory. A fast paced high flying strikefest. 4.5 Stars

3. Tag Team Championship Match: The Order (Slim and Akki) vs The Josh-Tourage, Intercontinental Championship Match: Smith vs FDS, Number One Contenders Match for the Global Championship: FDS vs Ark Universe and Brad vs Jonathan: 4.75 Stars 
We will start with Tag which produced its 4th consecutive 4.75 Star contest, showing how good this division is. Akki and Josh started things off, with Akki stalking Josh who tried to back away from Akki. Akki hit a Jumping High Knee to knock George off of the apron. Slim laughed which annoyed Josh who attacked Akki, and although Akki lifted up Josh onto his shoulders, Josh fought back and dropkicked the legs of Akki sending Akki face first into the bottom turnbuckle. Josh pounced on Akki with strikes to his back before sending him to the post and then out to the apron. Josh went to collect Akki but Akki hit some blows to Josh’s stomach and created some separation, pushing Josh away and hitting the oncoming Josh with an elbow, knocking him down. Akki kicked George, who climbed up to the apron, down again and tried to Suplex Josh to the outside, who was in the ring, but Josh flipped out onto the apron and dodged a Running Knee from Akki who went to the post. Josh tagged in George as Slim checked on Akki, and George baseball slid Slim into the barricade before covering Akki for a 2. George hit multiple underhook knee strikes followed by a Sit Out Slam for a 2. George kept Akki into their corner and then tagged in Josh, where they hit a Spinebuster/Neckbreaker Combo and Josh went for a Bullhammer but Akki ducked under him and got the Tag to Slim. Slim springboard rolled under Josh and hit a Superman Punch to George which knocked him off the apron, before he was flipped over the top rope by Josh. Slim landed on the apron and Josh joined him, hitting him with an Uppercut that sent Slims jaw back. Josh went for an Elbow but Slim caught the arms and attempted to hit Josh with a Dragon Suplex but Josh fought out of it with elbows before he Superkicked Slim off the apron. George through Slim back in the ring and Josh joined him before covering for a 2. George went for a Piledriver but Slim escaped with knees to the stomach, before following up with a Northern Lights Suplex for a 2. Slim carried on the roll, hitting George with a Brainbuster before tagging in Akki, who only a few seconds ago had pulled Josh off of the apron face first and beat him down until the referee warned him. Slim and Akki went for an 11th Commandment/Neckbreaker Combo but Josh made the save, hitting a Fishermans Suplex to Akki allowing George to break free and hit Slim with high knees followed by a Codebreaker from Josh that sent Slim out of the ring. George then hit Akki with a Piledriver for a 2, before tagging in Josh and going for a Diving Aided Piledriver with Josh but Slim Enzuigirid Josh off of the top rope, hit a Diving Dropkick to George and Akki hit him with a Khallas for the 3. A hard hitting match up ruined by the fact George wasn’t the legal man. 4.75 Stars.

Now IC. The divison ended its 3 event streak of 4.5 Star matches as it produced 1/4 Star better, as this rising division put on the best IC Title match in 6 months. The match started with the two meeting in the middle and Smith looked to lock up, but just as FDS looked to accept he kicked Smith in the gut, uppercutted him and hit him with Forearm after forearm. Smith fell into the corner and FDS looked for a corner knee strike but he missed and Smith took advantage by hitting an O’Connor Roll German Suplex but didnt even get a 1. Both men got up, with Smith blocking a Forearm, FDS blocking a Roundhouse Kick before they both dropkicked each other at the same time. Both men kipped up simultaneously, with FDS countering a Clothesline into a Swinging Neckbreaker, but Smith got to his feet immediately and hit a Snap German Suplex after ducking an FDS Spin Kick for a 1. Smith went for a Uranage Side Slam but FDS got out, hit a Dragon Suplex, then a Spin Kick and finally a Lifting DDT for a 1. FDS let Smith get up in the opposite corner of the ring before the two men charged at each other and hit strikes galore, with Smith gaining advantage with a combination followed by a Clothesline from Smith. FDS rolled out before Smith could capitalise, caught his breath and rolled back in where he ducked a Sick Kick and hit a Running Knee to Smith. FDS picked Smith up and put him in a Front Facelock where he hit knees to Smiths gut,  then Muay Thai knees and then a Fisherman Buster for a 2. FDS then went for a Tombstone Piledriver but Smith reversed into one of his own and tried to follow up with a Frog Splash but FDS rolled out of the way and locked in a Sharpshooter. Smith crawled to the ropes and was thrown out of the ring by FDS, who attempted to follow up with a Suicide Dive but Smith Superkicked FDS, leaving him hanging in the ropes, and then followed up with a Brainbuster onto the floor. Smith then threw FDS into the ring and scaled the ropes, hitting a Frog Splash for a 2. Smith tried to follow up with a Figure 4 Leglock but FDS pushed him off into the ropes and stood up but was met with a Sick Kick from Smith for a 2. Smith went for a second but FDS met him at the ropes with a knee strike, before placing him in the corner and hitting a Corner Knee Strike before he hit a Go-Home Driver for a 2. FDS tried to follow up with a Tombstone but Smith blocked it and hit a Dropkick. Smith was now exhausted and trying to put FDS away with one big move, he placed FDS on the top rope back first to the ring and hit FDS with an Inverted Frankensteiner off of the top rope. He then hit a Sick Kick to FDS and went for an 8th Sin but FDS broke the hold and went for a Rainmaker but Smith ducked it. FDS blocked a Cutter and went for a German Suplex but Smith flipped onto his feet and hit a Fisherman Buster for a 2. Smith tried to follow up with a third Sick Kick but FDS moved out of the way and hit Smith with a Spinning Tombstone Piledriver, then a Gotch Style Piledriver followed by 2 Rainmakers for a 3. An incredibly fast paced match up - 4.75 Stars

Now another FDS match as he met Ark Universe. The match started with the 2 staring in the ring before they both rolled out to grab a weapon, both of them grabbing a kendo stick. They both rolled into the ring and started hitting each other with them as hard as possible, with FDS gaining advantage however Ark moved out of the way before FDS could smash his back and hit FDS over the back of the head and then sent him to his knees with a kendo stick shot to the legs. Ark went for a Shining Wizard but FDS moved out of the way and nailed him with a Dropkick sending Ark into the corner. FDS went for a Corner Gut Knee Strike but Ark moved and hit a Backstabber however FDS flipped onto his feet and hit an Inverted DDT to Ark who rolled through and hit a Standing Double Stomp to FDS. Ark scaled the ropes but FDS hit him with an Uppercut and then dropkicked him off the top rope to the outside. FDS went for a Suplex into the barricade but Ark barely countered it and hit one to FDS to the outside. Ark then climbed onto the apron and hit a Hurricarana to FDS off of the apron. Ark grabbed a steel chair and tried to smash it onto FDS’ head but FDS caught it and hit a Dropkick to Ark as he had hold of the chair and followed it up with a top rope Double Stomp to drive the chair into Ark. FDS threw Ark into the crowd and grabbed a trash can before joining Ark but Universe dropkicked the can into FDS. Both men were down but Ark got up first and started clearing the announce table, before grabbing FDS and putting him on top of the announce table. Ark tried to Fisherman Suplex him through it but FDS threw him off the announce table and hit a Cannonball to finish him off. FDS tried to Suplex Ark into the ring post but as Ark blocked it, FDS instead hit a Snap DDT. He threw Ark into the ring and scaled the ropes, going for a Diving Double Foot Stomp but he missed and Ark dropkicked him into the corner. Ark went for a Step Up Knee Strike but FDS dodged it, meaning Ark was perched on the second rope and FDS tried to German Suplex him from there but Ark flipped onto his feet. FDS turned into an Enzuigiri attempt which he ducked before hitting Ark with a Dragon Suplex to send Ark out of the ring. FDS tried to go for a Suicide Dive but Ark it him with a chair, and with FDS hung in the ropes Ark hit him with a Death From Above sending FDS out of the ring. Ark tried to follow up with a Tope Con Hilo but missed and FDS hit him with an Apron Hung DDT. FDS grabbed a table and set it up in the middle of the ring before placing Ark on the top rope and hitting a Flipping DDT through the table. FDS climbed to a corner as Ark was checked on by the referee and medical team who began to stretcher him out but Ark sat up and started to punch away the medical team until they backed off. Ark returned to the ring as FDS got up and Ark taunted FDS who responded with a Running Strike. He then grabbed a bag and emptied it in the ring, revealing thumbtacks and he tried to Death Valley Driver Ark through them who slipped out and landed on his knees and FDS Superkicked him. With Arks mouth and FDS forehead both bleeding, FDS rolled out and grabbed a ladder but as he set it up he was Superkicked by Ark. Ark followed up with a Running Neckbreaker before scaling the ladder, going for a Shooting Star Press but FDS joined him. FDS hit a forearm followed by a Blood Rainmaker off the ladder onto the thumbtacks to end this violent 4.75 Star match.

Finally Brad vs Jonathan. They started by locking up with Brad taking advantage by locking in a hammerlock. Jonathan tapped his shoulder before rolling into a handstand, escaping the lock, before putting Brad in a headlock. Brad managed to escape by pushing Jonathan against the ropes and whipping him off, leapfrogging over him and then baseball sliding him as Jonathan front flipped over him before the two stared down. Brad went for the Walls but Jonathan pushed him off and went for the Pedigree but Brad back flipped him over but Jonathan landed on his feet as the two men stared down to the crowds delight. They locked up again and Brad pushed Jonathan to the corner, breaking up the hold and Brad let go eventually at 3, finishing it off with a slap to Jonathan. He got cocky and hit a second one to Jonathan who grabbed his jaw and then grabbed Brad, throwing him into the corner and slapping his face and mouth. Jonathan charged at him but Brad flipped him onto the apron and as Jonathan grabbed Brad the ref told Jonathan to let go which he did. Brad exploded from there, sending Jonathan to the outside with a Triangle Dropkick, and slid out of the ring himself, before kicking Jonathan in the rib cage. Brad grabbed Jonathan’s hair and told him he wouldn’t win before attempting to throw him into the post but Jonathan reversed and threw Brad shoulder first into the post. He threw Brad into the ring and joined him in the ring, catching a Codebreaker attempt from Brad and reversing it into a Pedigree attempt. However he couldn’t complete it and instead transitioned it into a Tiger Bomb for a 2. Jonathan flips his hair back and began to stalk Brad, who was getting on his hands and knees in the corner. He ran at Brad and used him as a boost but Brad caught his legs and locked in the Walls of Fakers but Jonathan eventually crawled to the ropes. Jonathan rolled out of the ring and used the ring to stand up, before Brad attempted a Diving Crossbody but Jonathan moved out of the way, sending Brad crashing to the outside as Jonathan chilled on the barricade. Jonathan pushed Brad into the ring and scaled the ropes before hitting a Phoenix Splash for a 2. Both men were down and got up using the ropes as the crowd shouted “Fight Forever” at the 23 minute mark. Brad hit Jonathan with an elbows to boos, before Jonathan did the same to cheers. They then started hitting each other with rapid elbows, with the sequence ending as Jonathan blocked an elbow, hit a Spin Kick to the gut of Brad and then a knee to Brads jaw to send him out of the ring. Jon followed this up with a Suicide Dive into the announce table, then a Buckle Bomb into the barricade, before rolling Brad and himself into the ring and hitting a Pedigree for a 2. At the 30 minute mark, Jon went for a Second Pedigree but Brad back body dropped him and hit a Lionsault for a 2 as the crowd gave a standing ovation. Brad threw him over the top rope to the apron and tried to follow up with a Triangle Dropkick but Jonathan reversed into a Hotshot to send Brad back in before Springboarding in but Brad hit him with a Mid air Codebreaker for a 2. An exhausted Brad asked Jonathan why he wouldn’t just stay down. Jonathan replied by flipping off Brad who went for a Codebreaker but Jon caught him and hit a Pedigree for the 3. An emotion filled fast paced thriller. 4.75 Stars

2. Premium Championship Match: BiC vs Smith (c): 4.5 Stars

The division carried on its rise by producing the best Premium Championship match in FAC Records. The two began by circling each other before locking up and sending each other both down to 1 knee and then to 2 knees, causing both men to release their holds and start hitting each other hard. Both men then jumped up and knocked each other back with a Forearm before the two locked up again, with Smith putting BiC in a headlock but BiC flipped him backwards and Smith landed on his feet. BiC went for a Clothesline but Smith ducked so BiC transitioned it into a headlock, with Smith flipping BiC backwards but BiC landed on his feet as the crowd cheered. The two circled each other with Smith hitting a kick to the gut of BiC and then a kick to the nose before arm dragging Smith. Smith hit a Soccer Kick before following up with a Fireman’s Carry Neckbreaker. He then slowed it down, locking in a headlock and showing off by doing sit ups but BiC escaped with punches to Smith. BiC then dropkicked Smith out of the ring before jumping through the ropes at Smith but was Superkicked causing BiC to hit hard on the outside. Smith caught his breath on the barricade before picking up BiC by the hair and slapping him but was met by a DDT from BiC. BiC leapt onto the apron and Smith joined him to try escape the Jumping DDT BiC was attempting but BiC hit Smith with a Slingblade onto the apron. BiC at on the apron as Smith held his neck on the floor, causing BiC to get onto the apron and hit an Elbow Drop to the back of Smiths neck. BiC threw him into the ring and kicked the back of his leg, prompting Smith to attempt a Superkick but BiC caught the leg, twisting Smith in the ropes and then dropkicking Smith in the back causing Smith to fall back into the ring. BiC followed by going to the second rope but Smith hit a Dropkick knocking BiC onto the apron and then knocking BiC to the floor. Smith scaled the ropes but BiC leaped onto the apron and then hit a Top Rope Hurricarana to Smith but Smith landed on his feet. Smith knocked BiC down with a Clothesline and attempted a second one when BiC got back up, however BiC reversed into a Powerslam. Smith bounced back to his feet and went for the Jumping DDT but BiC pushed him off and went for a Running Kick but Smith ducked. Smith turned him around and tried to lock in an Omoplata Crossface but BiC rolled out and went for a No Regret but Smith pushed him away. Smith tried to hit a Burning Hammer but BiC got off and tried for a Roundhouse but he missed and Smith hit a Superkick only for BiC to bounce off the ropes and hit a Running Kick. The crowd erupted as both men got up at 9, no started hitting each other as Smith hit Knees and BiC forearms, until they both knocked each other back. BiC tried to hit a Forearm but he missed and Smith hit a Vertical Suplex Powerbomb. Smith scaled the ropes and BiC tried to knock him off but Smith jumped over him and went for the Famouser but BiC caught him and hit a Powerbomb Backbreaker for a 2. BiC stood up in shock and started hitting forearms to the downed Smith, who tried to push him away but Smith received a massive Forearm for his troubles. BiC tried to follow up with a No Regret but Smith hit elbows, causing BiC to break it, and then continued until he bust open BiCs ear. He followed up with a huge Knee for a 2. Both men got up and Smith hit BiC with a knee to the gut and then to the side of the head, before finishing off with a Neckbreaker. He flexed and called himself the best but BiC hit him with a Superkick before making it seem as if he would hit a vertical suplex but instead dropped Smith on his head. BiC taunted with the crowd, before trying to kick Smith who rolled him up. BiC rolled through and went for a Clothesline but Smith ducked it and hit a German Suplex for a 2. The two men were on their knees and traded punches as they got to their feet. Both men ran against the ropes and both hit a Forearm, before Smith faked a Forearm and then hit a Dropkick. Smith tried to wear BiC down with submissions, locking in an Armbar but BiC fought out, flipping him onto his back, before BiC sent Smith into the Corner with a Jumping Clothesline. BiC went for a Diving Forearm but missed and ended up in the corner, where Smith charged at him but missed, and BiC followed up with a No Regret for a 2. BiC sat in the corner as Smith moved the hair from his face, and BiC went for a Running Kick but Smith hit a Sick Kick for a 2. BiC got up as Smith covered his black eye, and Smith went for a Superkick but missed and BiC kicked him in the gut before hitting a Suplex and then rolling through and hitting a Firebird, falling to 1 knee and standing up and picking up Smith who attempted a punch but couldn’t land it. BiC pushed Smith out of the ring before BiC joined him and smashed his head against the Announce table. Smith pushed BiC away with rib shots and BiC ran back only to be back body dropped onto the announce table. Smith scaled the ropes and hit an Elbow Drop through the announce table to BiC. The crowd exploded and the referee didn’t count as both men eventually rolled into the ring. Smith scaled the ropes and went for a Frog Splash but BiC got his knees up, kicked Smith in the leg and hit a Styles Clash. He covered but Smith got the ropes at 2. BiC sat in the ring and recovered but Smith recovered and hit a knee to BiC before hitting the 8th Sin into the corner, sending BiC out of the ring. Smith rolled out and threw BiC back in, before joining him and hitting a straight punch for a 2. Smith went for the Vertical Suplex Powerbomb but BiC hit a Roundhouse Kick and then a Royal Downfall for the 3. An amazing fast paced title match. 5 Stars

1. Team Flynn (Flynn, Echo Wilson, FDS, Necce and Prince) vs Team Smith (Smith, Slim, Ross, Jonathan and Tamer): 5.25 Stars

What a contest. Prince and Tamer started things off for their teams and they started by locking up, with Prince putting Tamer in a headlock. Tamer pushed Prince against the ropes, with him sliding under Prince, then leapfrogging over Prince and dropkicking Prince out of the ring. Prince returned to the ring but was sent to the corner with a Knee to the gut from Tamer. He bombarded Prince with chops, before sending him to the opposite corner with a Monkey Flip, and then Uppercutting Prince.  Tamer bounced Prince off the ropes and went for a Jumping Double Knees but Prince slid under him and went for a Roundhouse Kick, connecting but it didn’t phase Tamer, who hit a Cultureshock to Prince for a 3. Tamer tagged in Slim as Echo Wilson stood in, with the two locking up and Echo putting Slim in a headlock but Slim hit a Back Suplex followed up by a Standing Moonsault for a 2. Slim isolated Echo in the corner before tagging in Smith, and The Order hit a Powerbomb/Backbreaker combo. Smith stepped on Echos face and went for a Vertical Suplex Powerbomb but Echo flipped out, hit an Enzuigiri and then tagged in FDS. Smith tagged in Ross and raked the eyes of FDS and Ross hit a Shining Wizard for what would have been a 3 had Flynn not broke it up. Flynn removed himself from the ring as Ross placed FDS in a headlock and tried to tag in Jonathan but FDS hit a Blood Rainmaker. He covered but Team Smith broke it up at 1. A massive brawl broke out leaving Ross, Smith and FDS standing, with Ross tagging in Smith who hit an 8th Sin to FDS for the 3. Smith grabbed the now legal Echo and threw him into the ring, joining him and hitting a knee to the back of the head. Smith went for a Deadlift German Suplex but Echo flipped out and hit a Beautiful Disaster. Ross ran in and Uppercutted Echo in the back of the head, before tagging himself in. He tried to follow up with a Bootleg but Echo rolled through and Dropkicked Ross into the corner, before following up with a Back Elbow to the side of the head, then a Jumping Knee Strike to the back of the head and then a Fishermans Suplex for a 2. Echo went for the Beautiful Disaster but Ross raked the eyes and locked in the Bootleg. Slim took out Flynn with an Apron Punt Kick as Tamer hit an Axe Kick to Necce whilst Echo tapped out, bringing it to 5 vs 2. Ross tagged in Tamer, refusing to tag in Jonathan, as Necce became legal and charged at Tamer, only to be knocked down with an Open Handed Chop. Tamer ran off the ropes and hit a knee drop before lifting Necce up, placing him in the corner and bombarding him with forearms before finishing it off with an Inverted Frankensteiner. All of Team Smith except Jonathan mocked Necce, as Tamer dropped a leg onto Necce’s back before turning him over, mounting him and hitting Forearm after Forearm, busting Necce wide open. FDS ran out with a barbed wire bat and smashed Smiths back, Slims gut and Ross’ legs with it. FDS ran off before the referee could see what was happening, too focused on Tamer almost putting Necce away but Jonathan tagged himself in. Jon and Tamer argued, causing Jonathan to Pedigree Tamer before walking out, getting counted out in the process. Meanwhile Necce covered the now legal Tamer for the 3, bringing it to 3 vs 2. Necce tagged in Flynn as medics checked on Necce and Ross, his legs bleeding, stepped in the ring. The two locked up as Flynn pushed Ross for a Pop Up Powerbomb, but Ross jumped over Flynn and hit a Swinging Neckbreaker. Ross hit a Standing Shooting Star Press and then hit a Dive to Necce and the medic. Ross then returned to the ring and pushed off Flynn, who was attempting an FKO, and smashed Flynn with a Shining Wizard. Ross waited as Flynn got to his feet when suddenly Baileys theme hit and Bailey stepped onto the stage, much to the frustration of Ross. Ross told Bailey to come to the ring, which he slowly did but as he got onto the apron he jumped down and walked to the back. Ross, furious, charged at Flynn but Flynn hit a Pop Up Powerbomb for the 3, bringing it back to 2-2. Team Smith however were already beating down Flynn, a second too late to breaking up the cover. The now legal Slim stomped away at Flynn but Flynn kipped up and nailed Slim with a nasty headbutt. Flynn went for a German Suplex but Slim flipped out, injuring his ankle in the process. Smith tagged himself in to the annoyance of Slim but Slim stood on the apron, only to have his ankle chopblocked by Necce. Slim fell down and the medics checked on him. Smith and Flynn went back and forth with forearms until Flynn went for a Clothesline. However Smith flipped and ducked under it before hitting a Sick Kick for a 2. Smith went for a Burning Hammer but Flynn used the momentum to send the two crashing into the referee. Smith hit a Knee to send Flynn to the ropes, and Smith leaned in the corner, watching as Flynn got up, an 8th Sin on his mind. However a hooded man struck Smith in the back of the head with the ring bell, and then hit a Double Arm DDT to Flynn. He put Flynn’s arm over Smith for the 3. Slim ran in, picking up Flynn but Necce hit him with a Springboard Forearm. The 3 Legacy members all in the ring, Flynn and Necce  began stomping at Slim, before Flynn picked up Slim by his hair and lifted him onto his shoulders as Necce hit a big boot. The two continued their stomps until Flynn lifted Slim up and Speared him, Team Flynn laughed and fist bumped each other. Flynn set Slim up in the corner as Necce stood in the opposite one, with Flynn Irish Whipping Slim to Necce who Flapjacked him into the turnbuckle and Flynn hit him with a Spinebuster. Flynn held up Slim as Necce went for a Superkick but Slim ducked and Necce instead hit Flynn. Slim clubbed Necce in the back of the head, sent him out of the ring before Slim hit Flynn with the Essential Eliminator for the 3. Slim and Necce stared down, their foreheads rested against each other for this poetic ending to Survivor Series. Necce hit a Forearm to Slim, who responded with a punch, then a leg kick and finally a Spinning Back Elbow. Necce hit two forearms, before running off the ropes and knocking Slim down with a 3rd. Slim kipped back up and sent Necce into the corner with a Spinning Back Heel Kick before knocking him down with a CCS Enzuigiri. Slim scaled the ropes and went for a Moonsault but missed and Necce followed up with a Dragon Suplex then a Standing Double Foot Stomp. Necce lifted Slim up and intercepted a punch into a Backbreaker before throwing Slim out of the ring. Slim tried to reverse into a Tranquilo but Necce Superkicked him out of the Ring. Slim crawled back in but Necce went for a DDT but Slim reversed into a Northern Lights Suplex and then a Brainbuster onto the turnbuckle for a 2. Slim followed up with an Essential Eliminator but somehow Necce kicked out. Slim picked Necce up by the hair and placed him in Tree of Woe position and scaled the ropes before hitting a Tree of Woe Double Stomp followed by the Double Knees. Necce crawled up Slim, who hit a Lights Out for the 3. A fast paced non stop action match. 5.25 Stars 

Ok. I will reveal the overall rating at the end of the show. Now for the Ups and Downs 

PART 3: UPS AND DOWNS                           NXT Championship Match: Neither 

It was the worst match of the night but it was still a great match which saw George’s very good reign continue. Neither

United States Championship Match: DOWN 

Echo’s promising reign was ended in a match that just didn’t deliver compared to the rest of the show. DOWN

Tag Team Championship Match: The Order (Slim and Akki) vs The Josh-Tourage (JoshsNow vs GeorgeAK): Neither 

An amazing match that met expectations of this division although I didn’t win. Neither 

Number One Contenders Match for the Global Championship: FDS vs Ark Universe: UP

A great match that met expectations and found the correct winner. Up

Intercontinental Championship Match: DOWN 

Smith’s amazing reign came to an end in a match that met expectations but didn’t do anything special on a card like this. Down

Premium Championship Match: UP 

Smiths other reign also came to an end in a 5 Star Match that defied expectations

World Championship Match: DOWN 

To be one of the 3 worst matches on the card should never happen to a World title match and although we saw the correct winner it wasn’t enough to justify this an Up. DOWN

Brad vs Jonathan: DOWN

As great a match as it was this should have stolen the show which it couldn’t do on a card like this. It also halted Brads momentum, earning this a DOWN.

Team Flynn vs Team Smith: UP 

An amazing match that defied expectations. Up

Overall that’s 3 Ups and 4 Downs. The overall rating of the show was 4.75 Stars. And finally the score was Gary 6-5 me, meaning that this show is now Gary’s and is now Green Agent Corner. Join me tomorrow as I fight to regain control previewing Pride. Goodnight 

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Let It Be by The Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 126. Today, me and Josh are going to preview Pride with my host ship on the line.

Loser Is Fired: Prince vs Bart

Green: A rivalry turned friendship turned all stakes match. The rivalry started 6 months ago when Bart and Aidan attacked Prince and Karico, with Bart promising to be Prince’s worst nightmare. Prince in turn asked for a match against him which resulted in a Tag match between Aidan and Bart against Karico and Prince. Bart mocked the duo, claiming their chance of winning was even to the tooth fairy visiting them, and saying they weren’t actual wrestlers. When Aidan quit, Bart began desperate to prove his words correct, replacing Aidan with George, whilst Prince took the opposite approach, declaring his respect for Bart and mocking Karico more than Bart.

Then The Great Queen Vic Fire occurred as George showed his insanity by setting a bar with Prince and Karico in on fire. This caused Prince and Karicos bond to strengthen and Bart to begin to distrust George’s sanity. It was that insanity that caused Bart to turn on George at Destiny and side with Prince and Karico.

Karico planned to strengthen the team after SummerSlam disappointment by banning alchohol and fast food which Bart disagreed with but Prince agreed with, showing a bit of dissension within the ranks. They settled their dissension by boxing each other which worked, making them favourites for Bad Blood which they won, taking the Tag Titles but it was at the expense of the fans trust as they used questionable tactics. 

The Karico Brand soon disbanded leaving Bart and Prince who began to focus on singles action, with the US Championship and the Survivor Series match taking the attention for the duo. The two reunited on Evolve when Prince announced his retirement, with Bart bringing him out of retirement to form Undisputed. However Slim then came out and made a match for Pride, Prince vs Bart with the loser getting fired. Tensions rose between the two before a contract signing ended in a brawl. Will Prince banish his former friend from the purple brand? Or will Bart beat the man who many have said he is inferior to? I reckon Prince here

Josh: Saying Bart

Green: We have a split decision. One vote for Prince and one vote for Bart

Rex Mundi vs Blade

Green: This feud kicked off when Blade announced he would not be on either Evolve or Carnage, only for Slim to come out and announce Blade had been signed to Evolve. Not only that but he had an opponent for Pride. His opponent was revealed when Rex Mundi came out and hit Blade with a Last Rites. It’s the debuting Mundi vs the returning free agent Blade. Will Rex make an impactful debut? Or will Blade show him BPZ is a Level above anything he’s ever met? I think Rex here

Josh: Going with Blade

Green: That’s one vote for Blade and one vote for Rex Mundi

To The Top: Joh vs Akki vs GRV vs Ark Universe vs Ropati

Green: This match was announced as part of Pride with Akki and GRV the inaugural participants in the 3rd To The Top and within 2 weeks of each other Joh, Ark and Ropati were all added too.

There are plenty of rivalries in this match. Back in July 2016 Ropati handed Ark his only 1 on 1 loss, and the former Nexus members engaged in a war over the  US Championship, meeting in a triple threat match at Bad Blood which Alyx won. When Ropati disappeared Ark tried to   coax him back. Ark and Ropati next met in a triple threat match with JoshsNow in January in a Global Championship NOC Tournament which he won. Following that win and then making it to the Final 4 of the Royal Rumble Ark became more humble and became obsessed with the Global Championship. He also set his sights on the US Championship, held by Ropati, and a triple threat match between him, Ropati and Josh was made for Bad Blood. Ark reminded us of what occurred last time they met but Josh won the match. 

Meanwhile Ark and Akki have history with Akki hitting Ark with an Akki Clash whilst challenging him to a match back in September 2016. Ark mocked Akkis claim of being the best on Carnage, and made the match a Ladder Match although the match came to no fruition. Ropati and Akkis history is short, with Akki beating down Ropati and injuring him for a month in an attempt to impress his girlfriend. Ropati has announced that now is his time and he will be climbing to the top and ending Ark Universe in the process. Is tonight Ropati’s time? Does Ark grab the brass ring? Can Akkis actions back up his mouth? Can Joh capitalise on an impactful return. Or will GRV finally get a big win? I reckon Akki here

Josh: I reckon Joh

Green: A third split decision, one vote for Joh and one vote for Akki

Jonathan vs Sameer

Green: This rivalry started at Paranoia when following a loss to Slim, Sameer lost it and attacked the medics with a chair. Jonathan came out and calmed Sameer down but Sameer Superkicked him in the back of the head and hit a Release Suplex onto the ramp. A match was made here tonight. Will Jonathan prove he is the guy? Or can Sameer retrack on some lost momentum? Going with Jonathan for this one

Josh: I’m going with Sameer

Green: One vote for Sameer and one vote for Jonathan

Global Championship Match: FDS vs Natedog

Green: A win over Ark at Survivor Series earned FDS a match at Pride against Nate for the Global Championship. Will it be a new era for Evolve? Or does the Emperor keep his empire? FDS 

Josh: FD

Green: For the first time tonight we agree. Full house for FDS

Main Event: Smith vs Slim

Green: In April of this year at Backlash a deadly alliance was formed when new Premium and new IC Champ Smith came out as Slim was attacking Bashka following Slims World title victory over him, drawing out Smith who instead of saving his former Pride partner, attacked him instead, forming Pride with Slim. They dominated for the next 3 months, at Fully Loaded Slim beat BiC and Smith beat Alyx Wilde, whilst at Mayhem they took the Tag titles whilst retaining Premium, IC and World. At Judgement Day they retained their 4 belts but they hit a bumpy road when Smith replaced Slim with Nate, creating a Tag Title match between Smith and Nate against Necce and Slim, where Slim turned on Necce and rejoined The Order. KOTR also saw Slim and Smith retain their other belts but Slim shockingly lost his World Title belt on the week after to KOTR winner BiC. However SummerSlam carried on The Orders success when Tag, IC and Premium were retained and Slim also won World. Fully Loaded also saw success as Nate retained Global, Smith beat Bashka and Slim beat Blade. At Bad Blood things began to fall apart when although they retained IC and Premium, Slim lost World and Smith and Nate lost Tag. Halloween Havoc may have seen IC, Premium and Global being retained but it was just the eye of the storm. In the road to Survivor Series Pride aligned against Team Flynn but injury to Nate saw him replaced by Akki who Slim went on the win the Tag titles with before Nate returned to attack Akki and side with Slim. Although Slim won World, Smith lost IC and Premium and in the main event Nate attacked Smith who responded by going to his dark side and attacking Slim and Nate. Now these 2 meet here tonight. Will it be the King? Or the Dark One? I think Smith here

Josh: Going Slim

Green: A 5th split decision. Over to the studio for the results.

And overall that’s 5-2 to me meaning I’m still in control. Join me tomorrow for a review. Goodnight

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Let It Be by the Beatles plays. Welcome to Free Agent Corner 127 and today I am reviewing Pride.

3. To The Top Match: GRV vs Akki vs Joh vs Ark Universe vs Ropati, Rex Mundi vs Blade, Loser is Fired: Prince vs Bart, Jonathan vs Sameer: 2.5 Stars

Very disappointing matches. A mere 2.5 Stars

2. Global Championship: Natedog (c) vs FDS: 4.5 Stars

This match delivered, producing the best Global Title match yet in this rising division. It started immediately with FDS hitting Nate with a corner splash and followed up with corner punches but Nate slipped out. He tried to strike FDS but FD pushed Nate away and hit him with a Running Dropkick, sending him into the opposite corner, and Nate rolled out. The two stared down, with FDS telling him to come in which Nate did. Nate and FDS locked up, with Nate placing FDS in a headlock, then FDS placing Nate in a Hammerlock before Nate put FDS in a wrist lock but FDS countered into a Fujiwara Armbar in the centre of the ring. Nate tried to flip out but FDS transitioned into a regular armbar but Nate pulled his arm out and covered for a 1. Nate went for an Armbar but FDS slipped out, leaving Nate in a seated position and ran off the ropes and hit a low angle Dropkick. Both men got up, and Nate hit FDS with a Clothesline before scaling the ropes. FDS got up and Uppercutted Nate, stunning him on the top rope, before dropkicking him to the outside. FDS scaled the ropes and went for a Diving Crossbody onto Nate who caught him and hit a Michonoku Driver before throwing him into the ring. Nate scaled the ropes and hit a Diving Elbow Drop for a 2. FDS remained in a seated position so Nate went for a Penalty Kick but he was caught by FDS who stood up and hit a Snap Dragon Suplex. Nate leant on the ropes and FDS went for a Rope Hung Knee Strike but Nate moved out of the way and schoolboy rolled up FDS for a 2. Nate went for a Side Effect but FDS broke it by elbowing out and whipped him into the corner before hitting Nate with a Running Dropkick knocking Nate to his knees in the corner where FDS nailed a knee to the side of the face. FDS followed up with a Go Home Driver for a 2. FDS tried to follow up with a Rainmaker but Nate ducked and fell into the corner. FDS tried to follow up with a Crossbody but Nate caught him with a Superkick for a 2. Nate argued with the ref allowing FDS a to get up and then reverse Nate’s Armbar attempt into a Spinning Tombstone Piledriver. FDS followed up with a Bloody Rainmaker before locking in the Worst Nightmare causing Nate to pass out and give FDS the Submission victory and the Global Championship. A fast paced, hard hitting match up. 4.5 Stars.

1. Main Event: Slim vs Smith: 5 Stars

What a match this was. It started by the two circling the ring before locking up in a collar and elbow tie up. Slim took advantage, putting Smith in a side headlock but Smith escaped and locked in a wrist lock. Slim broke it and locked in one of his own before planting Smith down with a simple slam. Slim began boasting before turning back to Smith who kipped up and stared down with Slim with demonised eyes. Slim slapped Smith before rolling out of the ring to avoid Smiths furious response. Smith allowed Slim to return before they circled each other again, once again going into the collar and elbow tie up where Slim put Smith in the wrist lock. Smith rolled forward, kipped up and then put Slim in a wrist lock before attempting a bicycle knee which Slim dodged. Slim went for a Forearm but it was caught and Smith hit a Spinning Back Elbow before knocking down Slim with a kick to the back of his knee. Slim was on his knees and Smith went for a Buzzsaw Kick but Slim pushed him against the ropes and Slim hit a high knee. Slim rebounded off the ropes but Smith ducked underneath him, and then hit him with a high knee on the second rebound. Smith went for a Standing moonsault but Slim pushed him away with his legs. Smith got up and Slim hit 2 Uppercutts, then a knee strike and then finished the combo with a sliding Uppercut for a 1. Smith rolled onto the apron and began to get up but Slim lifted him by his head. Smith got to his feet and broke free by catching Slim with an elbow. Smith went for a Springboard Slingshot Shot but Slim threw Smith off him in midair. Smith scrambled back to his knees and jumped at Slim who hit him with a high knee. Smith bounced off the ropes and hit a Bicycle Knee before grabbing Slim and hitting him with an Inverted Half Nelson Knee Strike. Slim didn’t go down and hit Smith with a Northern Lights Suplex followed by a Brainbuster for a 1. Both men were down for a while before Slim eventually got to his feet and stomped on the back of Smiths head, stopping him from getting up. However Smith started getting up, despite the stomps on the back of his head, causing Slim to Irish Whip him into the ropes however Smith reversed the whip and sent Slim into the ropes where he did a Tranquilo. Smith ran at Slim who moved and sent Smith through the ropes to the outside. Smith ran into the ring through Slims legs and then  hit Slim with a Roundhouse Kick to send him into the corner. Smith places Slim backwards on the top rope and went for a top rope Dragon Suplex but Slim hit constant elbows to knock Smith into a tree of woe position. Slim hit the 1st half of the Skull Shatter but Smith didn’t move into position, causing Slim to go for it again but Smith pulled Slims legs out from underneath him, causing Slim to fall on the top rope. Smith hit Slim with a Spider Dragon Suplex before scaling the ropes and hitting a Frog Splash but Slim dodged and hit an Endgame for a 2. Slim got to his feet and stalked Smith before hitting a Deadlift Dragon Suplex to Smith followed by a Shining Wizard for a 2. Slim lifted Smith up and bombarded him with Uppercuts until Smith leant against the ropes before rebounding Smith off the ropes and hitting an Enzuigiri. Smith wouldn’t go down and Slim turned his back, ready to run off the ropes but Smith hit an Inverted Frankensteiner. Slim used the momentum to get on his feet and was hit by a Swinging Neckbreaker but he again ended up on his feet. Smith went for a Uranage Sideslam but Slim escaped and then hit an air raid crash Neckbreaker for a 2. Smith rolled out of the ring and Slim went for a Suicide Dive but Smith thrust his shoulder into Slims gut before returning to the ring with a Springboard Complete Shot. Slim rolled out of the ring and Smith hit a Triangle Moonsault sending both men down. Smith got to his feet at 2 and hit Slim, on his hands and knees with repeated knees to the side of the head before jumping onto the apron. He leapt off and went for a Diving Knee but Slim hit him with a Powerslam. Slim rolled back in and Smith followed just before the 10 count. Slim locked in a Death Penalty but Smith escaped by outstrengthing Slim and sent him across the ring with an Arm Drag. Smith ran off the ropes, going for a Sick Kick but Slim caught him and hit a Lights Out for a 2. Slim was in shock and began pummelling Smith until the ref broke it up. The referee held him back as Smith climbed the ropes but Slim carried on attacking Smith causing the referee to again interfere but Slim shoved him. Slim went back to Smith but Smith pushed him away, ducked a lariat attempt from Slim and hit an 8th Sin. He covered but at 2 Nate pulled the referee out and began pummelling the ref before jumping onto the apron and attempting a Springboard Forearm. Smith however kicked the top rope causing Nate to fall and hang from it, where Smith hit 2 kicks to the chest, an Axe Kick to the back of the head and then a Top Rope Hung Swinging Neckbreaker. Slim blasted Smith from behind and followed up by boasting, before hitting an Essential Eliminator for a 2. The crowd exploded as Smith was on his knees and Slim hit him with 2 forearms. Smith responded with a Palm Strike to the gut and then a headbutt to Slim who fought back with a Knee Strike. He hit a second and went for a third but Smith ducked and went for an 8th Sin. Slim elbowed out but Smith held the arm and spun Slim into a knee for the 3. An incredibly fast paced 5 Star encounter.

Overall Rating: 3.25 Stars

Despite the incredible main event and very good co main event a very disappointing undercard ruins this show. Join me tomorrow for the Ups and Downs. Goodnight 

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Let It Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 128. Today I am doing the Ups and Downs for Pride

To The Top - Ark Universe vs Ropati vs GRV vs Joh vs Akki: DOWN

A very poor and disappointing match up. DOWN

Loser is Fired - Prince vs Bart: DOWN

Same reasoning as TTT. DOWN

Rex Mundi vs Blade: Neither

A poor match but no one was expecting too much from it and it saw the correct winner. Neither

Global Championship: Natedog (c) vs FDS: SUPER UP

We saw a good match that bested expectations and saw a new champion crowned. SUPER UP

Jonathan vs Sameer: DOWN

This was poor, disappointing match for such a good buildup. DOWN

Main Event: Slim vs Smith: UP

5 Stars. Nothing more said. UP

And that is 3 Ups and 3 Downs. Join me tomorrow for some News. Goodnight

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Let It Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 128. Today I am doing the Ups and Downs for Pride

To The Top - Ark Universe vs Ropati vs GRV vs Joh vs Akki: DOWN

A very poor and disappointing match up. DOWN

Loser is Fired - Prince vs Bart: DOWN

Same reasoning as TTT. DOWN

Rex Mundi vs Blade: Neither

A poor match but no one was expecting too much from it and it saw the correct winner. Neither

Global Championship: Natedog (c) vs FDS: SUPER UP

We saw a good match that bested expectations and saw a new champion crowned. SUPER UP

Jonathan vs Sameer: DOWN

This was poor, disappointing match for such a good buildup. DOWN

Main Event: Slim vs Smith: UP

5 Stars. Nothing more said. UP

And that is 3 Ups and 3 Downs. Join me tomorrow for some News. Goodnight

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Let It Be by The Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 129. Today I am giving the News over the past 7 weeks.

KOTR

The KOTR Semis and Final occurred, seeing Julius and Johnny Kills advance past Josh and Angelo Catio to the final which Julius won, becoming World Champ. Also on that card was Julius winning US, Flynn winning Universal and Sameer winning IC whilst Echo retained Premium, Kingdom retained Tag and Buddy Ace retained NXT

Fallout

On this Evolve show, Bart retained the Global Championship over Johnny whilst Marker beat El Pero de la Najico, Angelo Catio beat Ark Universe, Slim beat Storm and Yelich beat Sameer and Kieron Black

SummerSlam

SummerSlam saw Echo win Universal, Kieron win Premium, Golden Legacy winning Tag, Marker winning NXT, Bart win IC, Bailey beat Josh and Julius retaining World and US

Brand News

GeorgeAK announced he was now a free agent and available to sign. Elliot’s contract also ended however instead of being a free agent he has just left 

The Draft

The draft occurred in most important news. Evolve saved Ross, Smith, Slim, Flynn and Necce whilst Carnage saves Bart, Johnny, Bailey, Summer, Julius. Evolve took Buddy Ace, JoshsNow, Ark, Nate, Sheridan, Mark, Jason Ryan, BiC, Storm, Brenden, Neb, Razor, Akki, Monda, Poi, RA, Gill, Silky and Sandman whilst Carnage took Prince, Brad, Yelich, Bash, George, Ryan, Sameer, Apex, Bizzy, Ropati, Captain, Kieron, Joh, FDS, Tamer, Alyx, Hollow, Elliot, TRP and Suby.

Emergence

Cyber Sunday was cancelled and replaced by Emergence 4 weeks later. Main evented by a Universal Championship Ladder Match between Echo and Johnny, it also features a grudge match between Sameer and Ropati, a return match between Joh and Suby and Kieron Black face Hollow

Global Series 

And finally Evolves PPV scheduled for October 26th is the Global Series. The Global Series is a two block round robin Tournament and the winner of each block will meet in a Global Championship match at the PPV. Block A featured Ark, Buddy, Jason Ryan and Storm whilst Block B features Josh, Slim, Flynn and Mark 

Thats all from me. Join me tomorrow for what could be either an interview with The Kingdom or a 2017 special episode. Goodnight 

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Let It Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 130. Joining me today is Echo Wilson for an interview.

Green: Welcome to the show Echo  

Echo: Hello Green, been a while since we last talked

Green: Wasn’t it only on Sunday?

Echo: Yes it was Sunday, and you know what else happened Sunday?

Green: You won the Universal Championship. So we might as well start there. How do you feel following that victory?

Echo: I feel powerful. I told you already about appeasing that feeling in my bones. I feel like I can do anything now. LAOCH didn’t know what hit him and at Emergence he’ll see that again

Green: Of course at Emergence you compete in a ladder match against LAOCH. Correct me if I’m wrong but you have never competed it one whilst LAOCH is a former MITB winner. Do you think that gives him an advantage?

Echo: No at all. Everyone knows that I can adapt to anything. I’ve been through much much worse matches. Take War Games for example. The result may not have been what I wanted it to be but at the end of the day, I survived the brutal steel cage and all of its horrors. If you think ladders are going to give me a fright then you don’t know me. LAOCH knows that whatever the circumstances are, whatever he tries to throw at me, will come flying right back at him. 

Green: Maybe we should move away from the belt you have and focus on what else happened at SummerSlam. Was it a disappointment to lose 2 belts?

Echo: No it doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things. Premium was a scam and I will show that when I take back the title this month. Tag on the other hand, Golden Legacy can keep it. I’ll make sure they pay in a another way. The Kingdom will destroy Golden Legacy as a group.

Green: On the news of the Kingdom the topic that broke the Internet. The Slim situation. Care to explain it?

Echo: Slim....I thought he had our best interests at heart. He was dead wood and I saw that from the moment I welcomed Julius into the club. He was jealous and he couldn’t bear to see someone else as the top dog. So he tried to cut a wedge between us. He forced Bart to side with him and eventually even Bart saw through his tricks. Kingdom is stronger than ever now we have cut off the dead weight. The three of us signal the future. Slim wasn’t on board with that.

Green: Ok now let’s move onto some fan questions. Like I said these are slightly weird. Avan Wolfe asks “Why did you touch that child?” So we should probably skip that one

Echo: Avan Wolfe. What a joke. Move on

Green: Bart has asked first “Why is Bart so amazing?”

Echo: Bart is amazing because he is smart. He knows what is smart, he knows what is right. Kingdom was smart, Kingdom is right for Bart. I’m glad he came to his senses and let his actions speak for themselves

Green: Then a fan asked why did you kill your sister. Which is weird because you never killed your sister.

Echo: I don’t even have a sister

Green: Somebody called Summer once did so why did you think he did it?

Echo: Summer? That guy is a murderous scum. He brought shame to this company. One of the many reasons why the Kingdom has to pull the company out of this hole

Green: Couldn’t stand him either. Bart also wants to know what you think on him calling out Bailey 

Echo: Bailey makes me laugh. He seriously thinks he has any control over his brand?  Carnage was a dump before I got here. Carnage is now a castle being run by the Kingdom. Bailey, if anything is our puppet. We don’t have to listen to him but if he really wants to claim that he has power. He might just get a taste of what it’s like without the Kingdom. 

Green: Final question is from some guy I’ve never heard of. Angelo Catio

Echo: Jobber

Green: He wants to know why you said racist comments in a recent promo?

Echo: Racist comments? I have no idea what he’s talking about. I am a classy person. This....this was even a stretch Green. I am not here to answer fan questions. I am here to be professional. As a professional, I am going to quietly leave this sit down interview. FAC is over. 130 episodes of hot garbage.

Thanks to Echo Wilson. Luckily that was the final question anyway. Join me and my secondary host Josh for Part 1 of a 2017 Review tomorrow. Goodnight

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Let It Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 131. Today me and Josh fight for ownership of this show as we review 5 matches we haven’t reviewed throughout 2017. 

KOTR Cash In: BiC vs Slim (c)

Green: HE IS CASHING IN. BiC won KOTR despite the odds, beating Echo Wilson, siding with Josh to beat him, beating FDS with the mind games of Josh and beating Nate despite Slim backing him. Then he made the announcement he would cash in at SummerSlam, only to cash in on an injured Slim on Evolve. Can Slim overcome the odds once more? Or is BiC the master of timing? Going with BiC

Josh: Couldn’t agree more

Green: Full house for BiC

MITB Cash In: Slim (c) vs Bailey

Green: How does Slim end up in this situation again. This time he’s facing the man who Slim wiped off the record books with his incredible reign, Bailey. Bailey has finally gained revenge cashing in MITB which he won earlier in the night over Brad, FDS and Sameer. Will he take advantage? Or can Slim prove his worth? I think Slim could have this 

Josh: Going same as you 

Green: Two votes for Slim

Ross vs Akki Mahal

Green: “The Man with a Plan” Ross battles “The Maharaja” Akki Mahal. Flynn has sent Akki out to take down the Number One Contender for his title. Pride and stake is on the line for Ross as if he is to lose it could be very damaging to his confidence heading into his match against Flynn for the Universal Championship at Carnage Power Trip: Redemption. If Akki is to pull off this upset he’ll surely be in the running for something big in the future. Can he pull it off? Or does the man with a plan have a plan? Going to say Ross here

Josh: I agree

Green: Full house for Ross

World Championship Flynn vs Slim (c)

Green: How many more of these will we get? Slim, after losing his first 2 reigns in screwy conditions could lose his 3rd in the same way. This all started with Echo Wilson announcing he would challenge Peter Wilchester for US at DTD and Slim came out and him and Nate brutally attacked Echo, an attack that would surely see Echo out for months. He then issued an open challenge for his title, only for Mr Playz, and Brendens “son” Flynn came out, answering the challenge. Will the element of surprise aid Flynn? Or because it is even will Slim again win? Going with Flynn

Josh: I reckon Slim here

Green: Our first split decision, one for Flynn and one for Slim

Best of 7 Series Match 1: Akki vs Aidan

Green: I can’t believe I almost forgot this match between two icons. Erm I have no more words. I’ll just say Aidan

Josh: Like you, Aidan

Green: Two votes for Aidan

And that is that. I got 5 points whilst Josh got 3. Meaning for at least another 5 episodes I host GAC. Goodnight

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Let it Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 132. Today I am reviewing the 5 matches I previewed with Josh yesterday.

5. MITB Cash In: Bailey vs Slim: 3.5 Stars

Slim threw a haymaker but Bailey caught it, nodded at Slim and hit 4 consecutive German Suplexes. He taunted Slim and went for the Game Changer but Slim reversed into an End Game and then followed up with a Lights Out attempt but Bailey reversed into a GOAT-Plex. Bailey then hit two Career Killers for the 3. A fast paced cash in that showed a one minute showcase of what these 2 can do. 3.5 Stars

2. Best of 7 Series: Akki vs Aidan, Ross vs Akki and KOTR Cash In BiC vs Slim: 3.75 Stars

Let’s start with the BO7S first match. The bell rang and the crowd cheered for both men, who circled each other before locking in the Collar and Elbow tie up. They both quickly let go and Akki ran at Aidan and hit him with a Forearm but Aidan responded with a low strike. Akki leaped onto Aidan with punches and elbows and although Aidan tried to take him down Akki planted him with a Jumping DDT for a 1. Akki tuned the band but lost his patience going to lift Aidan up who scared Akki and sent him to the corner with punches and strikes to the midsection. Aidan Irish Whipped him to the other corner and hit a Stinger Splash as the crowd booed both men. Aidan was momentarily distracted and Akki tried to take advantage with a Superkick but Aidan caught it and rolled him up. Akki reversed the leverage at 2 and Aidan did the Same at 2, resulting in a final Pinfall to give Aidan the 3. A very physiological based match up. 3.75 Stars

Now the Ross vs Akki match. The match started with Ross going straight after Akki and brutally assaulting him. The ref tried to separate it but Ross had none of it, stomping away at his opponent. Ross posed and absorbed the crowds boos before hitting a Reverse STO and saying that Akki will be Flynn. He then hit a Sliced Bread and then locked in a Bootleg for an immediate submission victory. A hard hitting match up. 3.75 Stars

Finally the KOTR Cash in. BiC ran in but Slim hit a right hand to send him into the corner, hit a CCS Enzuigiri and slashed his throat signalling the Essential Eliminator but BiC reversed. He caught him with two forearms, a Pele Kick and then a Royal Downfall for a 2. Slim picked up BiC and went for an End Game but BiC reversed and hit a Pele Kick. He then signalled the end to the crowd and hit a No Regret for the 3. A hard hitting match up. 3.75 Stars

1. World Championship: FlynnPlayz vs Slim (c): 5 Stars 

Well that jumped up. These 2 delivered the best World Championship match since their Judgement Day Classic on a Carnage episode. It started with Flynn running across the ring to ram his shoulder into the Champions gut. Slim tried to argue to the ref how bias this was but Flynn hit him with a Belly to Belly Suplex and then followed up with a Senton. The crowd showed their disapproval at this “Bullsh*t” as Flynn pointed to the camera and dedicated his performance to Brenden. Slim ran and knocked Flynn down with a Clothesline before mounting him with a flurry of left and rights causing Flynn to roll out of the ring. Flynn rested on the apron but Slim hit him with an Apron Punt Kick, knocking him to the floor, before Slim hit an Apron Double Stomp. Slim threw Flynn into the ring before screaming at the ref and Flynn rolled him up, the referee counting a quick 2 count. Slim got to his feet and floored Flynn with a Big Boot before turning to the ref, livid with the fast count but was hit by a brutal Suplex by Flynn for a quick count of 2. Flynn got on top of Slim and hit his skull with forearms before going to the corner and screaming at Slim to get up. When Slim did, Flynn went for a Spear but Slim caught him with a knee and then an Endgame and covered Flynn but the referee didn’t even count. Slim tried to get himself Disqualified by hitting the ref with an Essential Eliminator but nothing happened, causing Slim to try other methods to get a DQ. He grabbed a Sledgehammer from the outside and rolled back in before sprinting at Flynn but was Speared. Flynn covered but there was no referee so he tried to wake the unconscious ref. Flynn tried to stall, lifting Slim up and hitting him a flurry of forearms and then a Backfist, before running off the ropes, looking for a shoulder tackle but Slim hit one of his own. Both men stared down before seeing a sledgehammer in the middle of the ring and running towards it. They both grabbed one end and became locked in a tug of war until Slim let go, stunning Flynn. Flynn recovered but was knocked down with a Superman Punch. Slim placed Flynn on the ropes and joined him, going for a Skull Shatter but Flynn escaped. Slim leapt from he top rope but Flynn caught him in an FKO. Flynn pulled the ref to him and covered Slim, moving the refs arm to the ground but Slim kicked out at 2. A livid Flynn, panicking at yet again losing a World Title match to Slim, stomped at his nemesis before hitting him with a Guillotine. Flynn called for a new ref to come to the ring and as he did, Flynn hit him with a Big Boot for a 2. Flynn lifted Slim up for a Kings Will, marched him around the ring but Slim hit hey makers to Flynn’s head, causing him to release the hold and Slim hit an Essential Eliminator for a 2. Slim screamed and went for a Deadlift Lights Out but Flynn slid out and hit a German Suplex followed by a Senton. Flynn called for an FKO but Slim pushed him against the ropes, then ducked a Clothesline and hit an Endgame to Flynn followed by a Lights Out for the 3. Slim raised the belt to cheers before beginning to leave the arena but the arena flashed white and Smith appeared in the ring. Slim ran at Smith who floored him with a Roundhouse Kick and then a Deadlift 8th Sin before walking out, his attack done. “The GOAT” played and Bailey came out, announcing that because the referee wasn’t the original one the match would be immediately restarted. The original ref got up as Flynn hit a Deadlift Kings Will for a 2. Flynn was in shock and tried to lock in a Slim Killer but Slim hit an Essential Eliminator. He covered but the ref broke it up and began arguing with the other ref. Slim floored both of them with a Double Clothesline and tried to leave but Smith stood in his way. Flynn took advantage and locked in a Slim Killer, causing Slim to pass out. Although there was no referee the bell still rang giving Flynn the World Title. A mental fast paced 5 Star contest. 

Overall these matches average 4 Stars. Join me tomorrow for the Ups and Downs of these matches. Goodnight 

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Let It Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 133. Today I am doing the Ups and Downs for the 5 matches I have spent the last week looking at

World Championship: King BiC vs Slim: Neither

A typical cash in. Short but sweet so not really much to comment. Neither

Ross vs Akki Mahal: UP

Ross looked good in a match that defied expectations. UP

Best of 7 Series: Akki vs Aidan: Neither

Once more I have no words. Started an interesting series. Neither

World Championship: Bailey vs Slim: SUPER DOWN

Considering what these 2 could do it didn’t showcase itself as BiC and Slim did. Super Down

Flynn vs Slim: UP

5 Stars. What more do I say?

Overall that’s 2 Ups and 2 Downs. Join me tomorrow for the return of the Top 10 List. Goodnight

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Let It Be by the Beatles hits. Welcome to Green Agent Corner 134. Today the Top 10 List returns. 

10. Angelo Catio

After winning against Ark at Fallout to cancel out his IC Championship disappointment, he returned to confront Julius following his SummerSlam World Championship victory. He drops down from 3rd with the embarrassing defeat dropping him down to his worst position ever

9. Sameer

After winning the IC Championship match at KOTR he went on a losing streak to Yelich and Bart, the latter where he lost his title meaning he can’t warrant above 9th. He debuts on this list at a respectable 9th. 

8. Kieron Black 

After months of setting his sights on the US Championship a loss to Yelich showed him he was going for the wrong title. He set his sights on the Premium Championship and won it, earning his debut on this list. 

6 and 7. Golden Legacy (Flynn and Necce)

Necce takes 7th place and Flynn takes 6th. The Tag Title victory at SummerSlam showed the unity between these former rivals. Flynn takes the higher spot after beating Necce at KOTR to take the Universal Championship. The duo both return to the this list. 

4 and 5. The Frontier (The Marker and Buddy Ace)

The NXT Champion takes the higher spot after claiming the title at SummerSlam. Both men have impressed, Buddy took NXT at KOTR and started the Global Series well whilst Mark beat Nate and took home the NXT Championship as previously mentioned. Mark debuts on this list high whilst Buddy goes from 10th to 4th. 

1, 2 and 3. The Kingdom (Julius, Echo Wilson and Bart)

Bart takes 3rd, Echo 2nd and of course Julius 1st. The IC Champ earns 3rd place following his title win, meaning that even despite being vacated of the Global Title he is back again as a champ. Meanwhile the current Universal Champion deserves 2nd, despite losing his other 2 titles whilst Julius has been unstoppable. The World and US Champ is the guy at the minute, even despite his Tag Title loss. Bart returns to this list at is highest place, Echo moves up 3 places and Julius moves up one place to his highest ever finish 

And that’s the Top 10 List. Join me tomorrow for either an interview with the Golden Legacy or a Royal Rumble Special Episode. Goodnight 

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Welcome to the FAC January Review. FAC has entered a new format and I’m now doing episodes in Monthly Instalments. Today we have special guest Echo Wilson, where we will conduct first an in-character interview and then he will join us in the studio to put together a list. Also, we review all their matches this month, and review some classics from the past, as well as going through all the shows from the week and naming our Top 10 Superstars of the Month. Let’s get into it

Recap
Carnage (1st Jan-NOL)
Arius Promo ** ½
Flynn promoed, Bailey came out and the two went back and forth *** ½
Julius promo ***
Angelo promo * ½
New Bloods promo ½
Jason Ryan promo **
Buddy Ace promoed, Sameer responded **** ½
Bart Promo ***
Maasa Promo
Julius Promo *** ½
Owen promo * ½
Brenden Promo, Owen interrupts ** ½
Maasa promoes, Dikey interrupts ½
Ark promo **
Angelo promo * ½
Maasa promo ½
Julius promo ****
Owen promo *
BiC promo ****
Bart promo **** ½
Maasa promo
BiC promo **
Yelich promo, BiC interrupts ***
Arius promo ** ½
Owen promo * ½
Angelo promo ***
Bart promo, Julius interrupts *****
Prince promo ****
Ropati promo ** ½
Night of Legends
Carnage Scramble ** ¼
FDS vs Kieron Black * ¼
Carnage Showcase ** ½
Carnage (Night of Legends – Royal Rumble)
Owen promo *** ½
Alex promo ***
Kieron promo ½
Kieron promo * ½
Brett promo **
Hollow promo * ½
Bailey promo, BiC and Bailey go back and forth ****
Marker promo, Julius and Buddy Ace appear *** ½
Maasa promo, Alex and Maasa go back and forth, Dikey and Maasa go back and forth ½
Black vs Garcia HIAC * ¼
Crippler promo ****
BiC promo *** ½
Jason Ryan promo ** ½
Marker promo ** ½
Jason Ryan promo ** ½
Kieron promo * ½
Owen, Crippler and Alex go back and forth ***
James Hunter promo ½
Nate promo, interrupted by Bic *****
Yelich and Flynn go back and forth **** ½
Owen promo, interrupted by Alex **
Wallace promo interrupted by Alex and Owen ½
Kieron promo interrupted by Crippler ** ½
Storm promo *** ½
Hollow promo ***
Necce promo *** ½
Julius promo ** ½
FDS promo, interrupted by Bailey and BiC ***
Owen promo interrupted by Alex * ½
Buddy Ace promo interrupted by Mark ****
Jason Ryan promo * ½
Ropati promo **
Brett promo interrupted by Bart * ½
Kieron promo
Bart promo **** ½
Arius promo interrupted by Maasa and Alex **
Owen promo interrupted by Maasa ½
Angelo promo interrupted by Julius ***
Hans promo interrupted by Alex *** ½
Brenden promo ***** ½
Maasa and Alex go back and forth ½
Echo Wilson promo *** ½
Owen promo interrupted by Alex *
Alex promo **
Josh promo *** ½
Bart promo interrupted by BiC ***** ½
Buddy Ace interrupted by Jason Ryan **
FDS promo ****
Sameer promo ****
Mikey, Alex, Mave, Hans and Crippler go back and forth * ½
Arius promo *** ½
Necce promo ******** ½
Echo promo ** ½
Alex and Gill go back and forth **
Cody promo **
Royal Rumble
BiC vs Bart ***
Flynn vs Yelich *** ¼
Royal Rumble Match ********* ¼
Carnage (Royal Rumble – 31st Jan)
Suby promo ** ½
Alex, Crippler and Owen go back and forth *
Akki interrupts Cody promo *
Necce, Bailey and Mave go back and forth ½
Bailey and Julius go back and forth ****
Nate interrupts Wallace promo ***
FDS promo **** ½
Cody promo **
Joh promo ****
Owen interrupts Alex promo **
Buddy Ace promo * ½
Mikey promo *
Gill promo ** ½
Ropati interrupts Flynn promo ******
Bailey promo **** ½
Alex promo **
Yelich promo ****
BiC interrupts Echo promo ****
Gill promo ** ½
Arius promo **
FDS promo *** ½
BiC promo **** ½
Mikey, Alex, Cody and Gill go back and forth * ½
Interview Section 1
Josh: Alright let’s try get this started. Echo, welcome to the show. Do you want to talk us through the month? Because it has been a tough month for you
Echo: First of all, don't ever speak to me like that ok Josh? Let's kick things off with one simple truth. I'm better than you, and you know it.  Tough Month. Sure, it looks like that to the common eye but tell me when has someone ever come back with more ferocity and more determination than me. I don't really care to be honest about what I did because it can't really be changed now. So, what I am looking forward to is more important, me breaking more records, winning more titles, solidifying my status as an all-time great. Something I don't think you can say about yourself........so shut up
Josh: Echo, you don't come onto my show and speak like that. What makes you already think you're an all-time great Mr Wilson
Echo: I mean, look at me. Do you not smell the aura of greatness about me? As far as I'm concerned, I'm your guest, and hosts do not treat their guests this way. Also, everything I touch turns to absolute gold, you have to understand this Josh. So, when I agree with my agents who tell me that this is a good opportunity, I make this show my own damn show. I didn't come down here for arguing, I thought I came here for an adequate interviewer, move on
Josh: Ok. Well what are your plans for Mania Echo?
Echo: Well, that's a secret isn't it. I wouldn't be keeping this aura of mystique about me if I let all of my plans loose on a B Show like this. but I will tell you this. By Mania, I will already be Global Champion and possibly more. So, you can keep your little nose out of my business and wait like all of the other drooling fans who are tracking my every move. Sitting in your basement, with your bowl of Cheetos, doing your little detective work. What makes you worthy to be an insider Josh?
Gary Green: One minute I'll take over this interview, Josh is clearly being unprofessional, sorry about this Mr GOAT Wilson. Now, your opponents at the upcoming PPV where you challenge for the Global Championship. What are your thoughts on them?
Echo: Appallingly bad, is the words that come to mind when I think of them. Two of them, Kieron and Yelich, are two guys who I've trumped before on multiple occasions. With Yelich being a guy who I've used frequently, time and time again, to make myself look better. He is merely a stepping stone and no matter what idiotic phase he goes through, he will always be a supporting cast member. Kieron, let’s not bring this guy up, how many times does he have to take L's before he sees that he's a B Level guy. Lastly, FDS, the most intriguing of all of these guys in my opinion. He's completely fresh in my eyes but what do I know. He's a fuckin psychopath. How are we letting guys who drink blood, kill people, skin them alive and eat them for dinner into our company? We are professionals here, FD knows nothing about professionalism unless it involves how to slice up the body that he's been keeping frozen in his basement for a few days. That is disgraceful.
Green: I agree FDS is a disgrace. Final question of this part of the interview Echo, and this was wrote by Josh is this so ignore the ridiculousness of this question, how did you feel learning long-time rival JoshsNow had retired? Did you not care or did some part of you respect your rivalry
Echo: Listen, one thing that people need to get through their skulls. I'm not a bad person. I'm not a cruel person. But can I say to the point that I care? No. I don't care that much. But what I do know is that it will be a shame for me never to beat Josh again. I guess you could say he's had enough? And that is not a bad thing to say. It is a respectable thing to say, meaning that I respect Josh as a person who was willing to sacrifice himself for my cause. He always knew who he was across the ring with and although he was thick headed, like no other, do not get me wrong. Josh did have a certain feeling about himself where he knew his place. He knew that whatever he did would always be outshone by me. So, in that sense I respect his ability to step back and let the real competitors shine. And then his ability to make others look good was also a plus. He will be missed in that regard, yes.
Green: Thank you and that is Section 1 complete
Blast from The Past
Welcome to Blast From The Past where we look at Past matches. In the future if you have any matches from the past for me to review or even re-review I will but for now we will stick with this one
War Games 2018
Key Points
Slim hits Flynn with a Hangman Neckbreaker
ROA kicked Slim to death in the corner
Ross and Flynn hit a Pop Up Roundhouse Kick to Bailey
Prince hits Flynn with The Crowning
Prince hits Ross with Disciplinary
Flynn hits Slim with a middle turnbuckle Exploder Suplex
Julius attacks Echo Wilson before he can enter
Ross hits Echo with a Five Star Attachment
Slim hits Ross with the Essential Eliminator
Prince hits Slim with a Crowning to the back of the head
Flynn hits Prince with an FKO
Bailey hits a Moonsault to Flynn off the top of the cage
Slim hits a Skull Shatter to Bailey
Flynn hits Echo with a V-Trigger
Ross hit the RossCutter to Slim
ROA hit the A&O Special to Slim for the 3
Analysis
What a match, full of insane moments. I’m awarding this **** ¾
Section 2
Green: Now welcome to Section 2. This is Fans Question. We had one question sent in by a Mr Necce. He asked "How big is your dick"
Echo: Necce, he sounds a bit too interested doesn't he? Well, that information is classified but imagine like a yard stick ruler and then you'll get a relative glimpse of my size. Although of course I am humbling myself. My dick or whatever is much larger than a yard stick
Green: What’s weird is that he sent that question in 20 times. Now, Echo your promo of the month (I gave him my nominees)
Echo: I am The Emperor by Emperor Nate
Green: Thank you Echo for your time
Top 10 of the Month
1. Bart
2. Bailey
3. Ropati
4. Nate
5. The New Flynn
6. Crippler
7. Arius
8. Hollow
9 and 10. The Big Ballers
Overall the Superstar of the Month goes to Universal Champion Bart. Congratulations and also congratulations to Nate on his Promo of the month award. Join me next month for another edition of FAC Monthly Report. Goodnight

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Welcome to the FAC February Review. FAC has entered a new format and I’m now doing episodes in Monthly Instalments. Today we have special guest Aaron North, where we will conduct first an in-character interview and then he will join us for some fan questions. Also, we review all their matches this month, and review some classics from the past, as well as going through all the shows from the week and naming our Top 10 Superstars of the Month. Let’s get into it

Recap
Cody interrupts Akki promo * ½
Aaron promo *
Bart promo *** ½
Yelich, Echo and FDS go back and forth **
Dikey promo *
Mave Deltzer promo ½
Jack Bishop goes back and forth with Cody and Alex ½
BiC promo **
Hans Clayton ½
Marker promo * ½
Arius promo * ½
FDS promo *** ½
Echo Wilson promo *** ½
Bart promo *** ½
Mave Deltzer promo ½
Bulldozer promo *
Hollow promoes **
Bulldozer promo
Bailey promo ½
Alex goes back and forth with Mave *
Mave promo
Aaron promo *
Bailey promo **** ½
Yelich promo **
Bishop promo * ½
Maasa interrupts Bulldozer promo
Maasa and Bulldozer go back and forth
Bulldozer interrupts Maasa promo
Bulldozer promo
Bishop promo * ½
Marker promo interrupted by Arrow * ½
Bishop goes back and forth with Maasa, Alex, Bulldozer and Arrow
Julius promo ******
Maasa, Cody and Arrow go back and forth
Slim promo *** ½
Hans and Arius go back and forth with Cody, Amai and Arrow ½
Kyle Pain promo *
Echo interrupts FDS promo ** ½
Bishop promo * ½
Aaron and Alex interrupt Maasa promo ½
Maasa goes back and forth with Alex, Bart, Aaron, Cody and Bulldozer ½
Bulldzoer promo ½
Cody promo ** ½
Angelo promo **
Bulldozer promo -½
Hans promo **** ½
Arius promo **** ½
Arrow promo * ½
Alex goes back and forth with Maasa, Bishop and Arrow **
Amai goes back and forth with Arrow *
Arrow promo ½
Arrow interrupts Aaron promo
Arrow promo ½
KENJI promo ***** ½
Aaron, Angelo and Gill go back and forth ½
Flynn goes back and forth with Julius, Rop and Bailey ****
Dikey promo ***
Amai promo *
Echo goes back and forth with FDS *** ½
Buddy goes back and forth with Alex * ½
Ross promo ******* ½ (PROMO OF THE MONTH)
Mave and Angelo go back and forth with Buddy ½
Akki promo **
Aaron promo ** ½
Cody promo **
Arrow promo *
Maasa promo
Bart promo ** ½
Mave promo ½
Wallace promo
Matches
World Title: Julius vs Flynn ** (MATCH OF THE MONTH)

Global Title: Echo vs FDS vs Kieron vs Yelich * ¾
Universal Title: Bart vs Hollow *
US Title: Julius vs Marker vs Arius * ¼
NXT Title: Alex vs Cody vs Jack vs Maasa vs Odyssey vs Dikey * ½
IC Title: Bart vs FDS * ¾
Aaron vs Maasa *
Aaron vs Arrow ½
Interview Section 1
Josh: Ok Aaron talk us through your month?
Aaron: Well... my month has been crazy i mean i've been getting attacked, confronted, i've been working hard to get earn the spot i'm in right now and that spot is a match for the NXT title. I've been getting great advice from the man Angelo Caito he's been a great mentor, a great manager and he has been awesome to hang around with. There are many people who think they're better than me but the fact is no-one is better than perfect and i'm perfect so no-one's better than me.
Josh: Now on that note what made you align with Angelo?
Aaron: Well what made me align with Angelo was i needed some support, someone to teach and advice me and take my career to the next level. I had two options: Gill or Angelo i decided to go with Angelo because he's more of a legend than Gill and he's a lot more experienced in this business.
Josh: He is more of a legend but does his lack of success not worry you in any way?
Aaron: Lack of success!? You know who you're talking about here, right? Angelo Caito is succesful in many ways that you just can't see and you wanna know why you can't see his success? Because you're not perfect.
(Suddenly we see Josh being moved out of the way and Gary Green steps in and clears his throat)
Gary: Hello Aaron I am the official host of FAC, sorry that the idiot JoshsNow was interviewing you. Now "Most Perfect Star in BPZ" what are your plans for Mania?
Aaron: Well at BPZMania i'm going to win the NXT title in a battle royal against all the imperfect so called wrestlers of NXT and that quitter Alex Costa.
Gary: Sounds great to me. Join me later on for Section 2 where we play a game
Blast From The Past
Welcome to Blast From The Past where we look at Past matches. In the future if you have any matches from the past for me to review or even re-review I will but for now we will stick with this one
Flynn vs Julius: Power Trip Cup Final (Originally given 5 Stars)
Key Points
Julius throws Flynn from one side of the ring to the other
Julius hits a Big Boot
Julius hits Flynn with a Running Powerslam
Julius corner splashed Flynn
Flynn nails a V-Trigger
Flynn follows up with a second V-Trigger
Flynn hits a Spear
Julius countered the Frog Splash with an Uppercut
Flynn hit the FKO out of nowhere
Julius planted Flynn with a Hell’s Welcome
Julius caught Flynn’s Suicide Dive
Flynn hit an Omega Bomb
Flynn followed up with an FKO
Flynn hit the V-Trigger for the 3
Re Review: ** ¾
Interview Section 2
Gary: Ok its time for a Game, I say a wrestlers name you say the first word that comes into your head. BiC
Aaron: Imperfect
Gary: I can see where this is going. JoshsNow
Aaron: Imperfect
Gary: Bailey
Aaron: The Imperfect
Gary: Alex
Aaron: Imperfect quitter
Gary: Gill
Aaron: Imperfect
Gary: Hollow
Aaron: Perfect
Gary: Angelo
Aaron: Perfect
Gary: Bulldozer
Aaron: An imperfect disgrace
Gary: You
Aaron: Absolutely perfect
Gary: Yelich
Aaron: Perfect
Gary: Aaron thank you for your time
Top 10
And we conclude with our Top 10 for the month
10. Julius
9. Ross
8. Nate
6 and 7. The Big Ballers
5. Alex Costa
4. Echo Wilson
3. Flynn
2. Arius
1. Bart
Congrats to our Superstar of the Month Bart for the second consecutive month. Thank you for joining us on FAC Monthly Report. See you next month. Goodnight

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The Return of Green Agent Corner: 2019 Half Year Review
Hello, my name is Gary Green and welcome to our mid 2019 BPZ Wrestling Review. On todays show, we will rank the 5 best matches of the year, the best promos, and culminate with the power rankings. We also feature an interview with BPZ Legend Bashka about his career in the company
Top 5 Promos of the Year (So Far) 
(5) "Hunger" by Julius - June 3rd 2019
As Josh Trenton asked Julius a simple question, he did not expect the brilliant rant that followed. Julius poured his emotion into this promo, showing us how much the Power Trip Cup meant to him after his defeat in the finals last year
(4) "Egotistical" by Sheridan - June 20th 2019
Sheridan stole the show at one of her speeches, calling out Flynn for his misogynistic comments. An extremely powerful promo, it completely earns 4th place on my list
(3) "The King Returns - An Open Challenge" by Flynn and Sheridan - June 17th 2019
Upon his controversial victory over Bart the night prior, Flynn issued an open challenge to anyone, and who would have thought that Sheridan would be the one to answer the call. She pointed out her history with Flynn and how she had improved but Flynn mocked her and promised to beat her to a "bloody pulp." As the match was set it was a genuine goosebumps moment and as a result one of the best promos of 2019
(2) "Greatest of All Time" by Bashka - June 19th 2019
Bashka took us through his belief on winning the World title, his problems with Bailey, his thoughts on the other competitors, his training and why he is the greatest of all time in a very short space of time. Brilliant promo by Bashka and I can say no more, it earns 2nd on my list
(1) "Bitter" by Sheridan - June 3rd 2019
I have read this promo so many times and can not ever figure out what is so amazing about it. In an interview with Josh Trenton, Sheridan gave some brilliant answers and I think what makes the promo so good is the way she says it, the words she say. After this promo I genuinely believed Royal Flush could win Tag
And I apologise that all the promos came from the same month but I legitimately thought all of them were the best 5 from 2019 so far
And that means promo of the year so far is "Bitter" by Sheridan. And Sheridan proved herself as promoer of the year so far, having 3 of the top 5 promos in our list, and Flynn vs Sheridan proved itself to be a great feud with 2 promos of that feud featuring on the list
Blast From The Past
Now it is time for us to review a great match from the past. This month, I choose the main event of BPZ Mania II, Slim vs Smith. 
Highlights
Smith hits Slim with a Knee Strike to Slims face
Smith countered Slims suicide dive with a forearm
Slim hit Smith with a Punt Kick from the Apron
Slim locked in a headlock as he tried to wear down Smith
Slim hit a Chop Block to Smith that required medics to check it out
Smith hit the Black Rose
Slim hit a Rebound German Suplex
Slim connected with a Running Knee Strike to the back of the head
Slim hit an Essential Eliminator for a 2
Smith hit an Elbow Drop to Slim on the announce table
Smith hit a Burning Hammer for a 2
Smith hit a Pele Kick to the back of Slims head
Slim hit a Missile Dropkick to the back of Smiths head and then followed up with a Throne of God for a 2
Slim won with a Lights Out
NEW RATING: 6 STARS
Interview with Bashka
Green: 3x World Champion, former MITB Holder, former Tag, Intercontinental and Premium Champion, Bashka has had an incredible career in BPZ and has helped turn it into the major driving force it is today. But how did this come out. What happened behind the scenes. Find out in this interview with the legendary Bashka himself. Hello Bash
Bashka: Hello Gary
Green: You signed with BPZ in November 2014. How did that come about?
Bashka: Well I’ve always been a fan of professional wrestling and I’ve known from a young age that it’s always been something I’ve wanted to do. However, I never really had the available resources to make that dream come true by growing up in Sydney, Australia. Wrestling isn’t really a huge thing over there but I heard about the BPZ Performance Centre and so I moved everything I had at the age of 20 over to the United States and have been perfecting my craft ever since. Eventually, I signed with the company and made my debut shortly after.
Green: Can you talk us through everything that happened in the first few months?
Bash: The first few months weren’t the best for me, in the early days of my career I was annoying and I seemed to clash with many of the other superstars in the back. However, Brenden believed in me and saw the potential I had which is how I rose to the top so quickly. If somebody like me from back then showed up today I would want them gone. Luckily I was good at what I did so Brenden could overlook my toxic personality.
Green: So would you attribute quite a bit of your success today back to how Brenden helped you then?
Bash: I definitely would, Brenden is a great business man who wouldn’t let his personal issues get in the way of business. He made things tough for me but he always knew I could get through whatever he put in my way and I owe where I am today to him
Green: Of course your hard work in changing wasn't unnoticed and then on April 16th 2015, a scenario happened that many thought was impossible only 4 months prior. You won the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship. Talk me through the emotions going through your head when that happened?
Bashka: Well the emotions that were going through my head on that incredible night were a build up of feelings from the past 2 or 3 months. In February I had my first legitimate World Championship shot against Bailey and Nebakos and it came down to the wire between me and Bailey. It was on that night I truly made my name known and then the next month I I had another intense match with Bailey where I made people think “wow, maybe this kid isn’t just a flash in the pan”. And then I did it, I finally came out on top after plenty of times where the higher ups didn’t think I could do it. It was an emotional journey leading up to that point and I can still look back on it 4 years later and say it was one of the best moments of my life.
Green: However the incredible journey lasted only one month until Bailey won it back. Was there ever a bit of annoyance on your part that you had worked so hard for the title only to not be given a long run?
Bashka: Well I discovered something from winning that and that was that the hard work doesn’t stop once you reach the top of the mountain, you’ve got to keep working to stay there and that lesson was proven to me when I was defeated a month later. It motivated me to work harder which I did. Of course the annoyance was there but the lesson learned was more important.
Green: Then came Bad Blood 2015. Often considered the greatest PPV in BPZ history, it was of course a successful one for you winning MITB and Tag with Tamer. Did u know when you won MITB that you would soon be regaining World?
Bash: September 2015 was a resurgence for me and I owe that to my great partners at the time Smith and Tamer. They motivated me once again to keep working and I did that, winning Tag and MITB. In that same night, my partner Smith dethroned my long time rival Bailey for the World Championship and it never occurred to me that I may have to turn on my partner to regain that belt until the opportunity was right in front of me.
Green: How did Smith feel about you taking World off him?
Bash: He held a grudge about it for a while since he worked so hard to get to that point and The Pride were on a great run but I think he got over it when he had one of the greatest runs in BPZ history as part of The Order. I haven’t talked to him much since he left BPZ but I imagine he’s not holding that grudge anymore.
Green: Do you ever have any regrets about how The Pride ended?
Bash: Looking back on it, I may have gained a World Championship from what I did but I always wonder what could’ve happened if I didn’t and The Pride continued to dominate like we did in our short amount of time. Afterwards, me and Tamer continued to work together but it felt like things weren’t the same without Smith.
Green: Then you became a 3x champ after losing the title to Bailey shortly after winning it, only to win it back a few weeks later. Was the feeling still the same for you?
Bash: I’ve held the top prize three times but I’ve never really had a reign that made me proud when I look back on it, and this is a driving force in my pursuit of it at Judgement Day. I want to not only be able to say I’m a 3x Champion, but after Judgement Day I want to say I’m a 4x Champion with a reign to be proud of.
Green: What is your relationship like with Bailey? Rumours have always suggested you have had a friendly competitiveness
Bash: Me and Bailey have never really been the best of friends, we don’t really have any interests that would make us really good buddies but we’ve evolved together, and we have a mutual respect for each other. If you asked me this question in early to mid 2015, I would’ve told you that we despised each other because we actually did.
Green: What was the reason why you despised each other? Or was it as you just said, you evolved together and were rivals with each other?
Bash: Well like I said earlier, when I signed I wasn’t the most popular guy and Bailey really didn’t like that about me and his hate for me was made stronger when I was seen as a road block for him getting his first ever World title which he’d been fighting for months for.
Green: Someone else who has strongly been involved in your career was Brad. What is your history with him?
Bash: Well during 2015 I saw Brad make his way up the ranks in BPZ and our paths never really crossed. The first match I ever had with him was at Mayhem 2016 for the Intercontinental Championship in which I won. We’ve had a few World title matches since then where we’ve both been the challenger but until recently, I haven’t really had much notable history with him.
Green: Now Bashka, a few things we ask is do you have any funny stories from your time in BPZ?
Bash: Well although this was a bad moment for me, it’s quite funny looking back on it. So back in the early days of BPZ we did a test run of a brand split which lasted about a month or two in which me and Bailey were managers. We did our draft with all the superstars present and when I chose Joh, you could hear him yelling “FCK OFF, FCK RIGHT OFF” and everybody lost it.
Green: That is brilliant. Of course you got a second chance as Carnage GM in October 2016 before you left. How come you left the role?
Bashka: I left the role because I didn’t believe I was needed anymore and I thought that my colleague at the time, Chris White could do a better job than me so I left the role in his hands.
Green: Has there ever been a time you have ever thought about leaving BPZ?
Bash: There’s been several moments where I’ve considered and attempted to retire from wrestling altogether but just as I think I’m getting away, I get roped back in for another run. I just can’t seem to stay away from this place.
Green: I guess you have unfinished business here
Bash: I guess I do, and that’s why I’m back for good.
Green: Well thank u Bashka for your time
Bashka: No problem Gary
The Best 2 Matches of The Year So Far
(2) Hans vs Arius vs Aaron North vs Peter Wilchester vs Kenji vs Birdman vs Bulldozer vs Buddy Ace: Ladder Match for the NA Championship - World at War - ****3/4 
These 8 young superstars stole the show with one of the greatest matches in BPZ history. An amazing showcase and an amazing way to debut the division. 4.75 stars
(1) Sameer vs Brad vs Blade vs Josh vs Bailey vs Bash - 6 Pack Challenge for the World Championship and Sameer's cash in - Judgement Day ******1/4 
Unbelievable. A great match by itself, it was heightened when months of suspense was ended as Sameer cashed in his MITB Briefcase on his friend Bailey, winning his first World title by pinning Brad. 6.25 Stars
Power Rankings
And finally we conclude on the power rankings. Who has been the best star of 2019 so far. Lets go
(10) BiC
BiC hit his peak between March and May, where he won the Intercontinental Championship on the grandest stage of them all before reaching the finals of the Power Trip Cup
(9) Hans
Hans has already won 2 titles in his first year in the company, NXT and US, and after a slightly disappointing Power Trip Cup he will be looking to put on a performance in KOTR
(8) Jonathan
Jonathan has featured as more of a Tag team guy, teaming with Bart to beat Echo and FDS and forming Royal Flush who came very close to winning the Tag Titles. However he has also featured as a singles competitor, reaching the semis of the Power Trip Cup
(7) BrendenPlayz
The boss has had his most successful year yet, being Tag Champ for all but 14 days of the year with Sameer and also featuring in an incredible War Games match
(6) Flynn 
The current Undisputed Champion has had a great way, also holding the BPZ World Championship. He has also secured victories over Bailey and Yelich. And talking of the former
(5) Bailey
The man claimed his 6th world title on the grandest stage of them all and it looked like he would never lose it, with it taking a Sameer cash in for that to happen. He also won the Royal Rumble and won the War Games match 
(4) Arius
Arius has taken to BPZ like a fish to water, winning 3 titles in 2019, NXT, US and North American. At the rate he is going, next time we do FAC at the end of the year I could easily be calling him a World Champion
(3) Bart
It was a shame to see Barts incredible Undisputed Championship run end the way it did but along the way he defeated such stars as Echo Wilson, Necce, Hollow and Julius. He had a phenomenal first 4 months of 2019, also retaining the IC Championship twice and trying his hand at Tag Team Wrestling with Jonathan
(2) Sameer
Triple Crown Champion. Sameer topped off an incredible first 6 months at Judgment Day when he cashed in his MITB Briefcase to become World Champion and also claimed the Premium Championship. He has also dominated the tag team scene, him and Brenden not only survived War Games together but they have also beat the likes of Royal Flush, The Frontier, New Blood and Hells Alliance 
(1) Julius
He headed into the year with the World and US Championships and after June he holds the Intercontinental Championship, having also claimed the Tag Titles with Ropati along the way. Julius has been dominant and he could hold another title very soon, as his Power Trip Cup victory means he will have the chance to challenge Flynn soon
That is the 6 month review. Join me in the 6 months time to see if anything has changed by the end of the year. Goodnight and thank you for watching

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Glorious Domination by CFO$ plays. Welcome back to Free Agent Corner. This is the 138th episode and it is time for the 138th Episode Spectacular (if you don't get that reference look it up). Well with Smarks Daily and BPZ Commentaries going to war, and Gary Green joining Smarks Daily, perhaps it is time for the greatest show in BPZ history to re-enter the scene. On this return episode, my new interviewer John Trenton has an interview with Julius

John: Welcome to the show Julius

Julius: Thanks for having me mate. Let’s have some fun here shall we

John: First question, how would you sum up your career so far in BPZ?

Julius: Pretty good wouldn’t you agree? I mean I have done everything there is to do here in 18 months and I am perceived to be the most dangerous man in this company so I would say that my career has been nothing short of dominant so far

John: What has been the toughest challenge you have come up against in those first 18 months?

Julius: You know that’s a really good question from you because there really hasn’t been many challenges so far. But if I had to pick one it would be facing Flynn. It’s no secret he has gotten the better of me on different occasions and now I’m out to correct that wrong and add him to my list of victims

John: Flynn currently holds the Universal Championship and you hold the right to a match against him as Power Trip Cup winner. When do you plan on cashing that in?

Julius: Now why would I tell you that. I have the power to get a match with him anytime I like and that’s how it’s going to stay. Only I know when I’m going to do it and no one else will ever know

John: Do you have any regrets from BPZ so far?

Julius: Why would I have any regrets. I’ve done everything there is to do and none of things I have done have made me regret them. I go out I do something and then that’s it. I don’t think about it I don’t stew over it once I do something it’s done

John: You have accomplished so much during your career. What is your ultimate goal in BPZ?

Julius: Your probably expecting me to talk about getting into the hall of fame or being perceived as the greatest there ever was but to be honest I don’t give a shit about any of that. My goal is to make sure that when people hear my name they shudder in their steps, they quake in their boots knowing of the monster that I am

John: Final question, is there anyone you see as a future star of BPZ?

Julius: There are many that I can see that might be able to take that step to becoming a star but what I also see is fear. Some of these guys aren’t man enough to take that next step, the closest I can think of is Hans. He can up against me and he made me work for that. I have gained respect for him and that’s something I don’t have for many

John: Alright, now it is time to answer some fans questions

Julius: Feed them to me

John: @Toxik431 wants to know, who in your opinion is the worst member of the roster

Julius: The answer is Josh. Next question

John: Why Josh?

Julius: Because he exploits the naive, he contains talent. He can never win a match and has always got something bad to say about the system. What I see is a man who can’t cut it in this business so he puts the blame on everyone else. He’s pathetic

John: I feel like we should move on from this I am feeling uncomfortable. @Brad/Angelo/Other Sh*t wants to know, are you on steroids?

Julius: Say that again I dare you

John: Ok I feel like we should move on.

Julius: Good idea

John: Its time for a game. I say the name of a BPZ superstar, you say the first word that comes to mind. Flynn

Julius: Deceitful

John: Joh?

Julius: Who

John: Brad?

Julius: F*ckwit

John: Yourself?

Julius: Monster

John: Angelo Catio?

Julius: D*ckhead

John: Josh?

Julius: Jobber

John: Nanovirus?

Julius: B*tch

John: Hans?

Julius: Fearless

John: Bulldozer?

Julius: Who

John: Slim?

Julius: Joke

John: Thank you for joining me Julius. Are there any last words you want to say

Julius: No. Now get the fuck out of my house

Thank you for reading the first episode of the revival of FAC. Smarks Daily, BPZ Commentaries, we are coming for you. Goodnight

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Glorious Domination by CFO$ hits. Welcome to Free Agent Corner 139. Today I will be doing a Top 5 and today is the Top 5 stars who have the potential to be the Number One Heel in BPZ

(5) Julius

Julius is terrifying. As someone who has stepped in the ring with him multiple times I can admit that. He is excellent on the mic but when BPZ had the chance to book him in the main event of Mania they backed out and went for a safe option in Flynn. Now, with a chance to be the first 2x King of the Ring BPZ can make up for their mistakes with Julius and re-establish him as the main heel of BPZ

(4) Ross

Ross hasn't featured much in a BPZ ring since Revolution of Attitude, and it is sad to see one of BPZs biggest stars never got to have a run with the World title. However upon his return, we could see BPZ try book Ross to the title. After all he has got all the charisma in the world and should be the Number One Heel

(3) Flynn

When Necce beat Flynn at Survivor Series, instead of Flynn retiring, we saw Flynn become "The New Flynn." He became much more dangerous, and his rise to the World Title was inevitable, admittedly it was unfortunate to see him lose World a month later. However BPZ have booked him as Undisputed Champion and following his incredible battles with Bart and Sheridan, the former seeing him use underhand tactics and the latter seeing him use misogynistic comments, perhaps BPZ agree with me in making Flynn the number one heel in BPZ

(2) Bart

Although the latter part of his Undisputed title reign saw him become more of a face, Bart was always best as a heel and clearly BPZ should be pushing him to the moon. He has stared in incredible matches such as the BPZ Mania Elimination Chamber match, has a marketable look and is excellent on the mic. Why isn't he World Champion yet?

(1) Kieron Black

I bet you weren't expecting that as my Number One. But look at some of his very disturbing promos in the past, his maniacal laughs, his love of arson, murders, the story of Sister Sophie. He is a terrifying physcopath who in my opinion has the potential to be the number one heel in BPZ

Thank you for reading. Join me tomorrow for Episode 140 for 10 Biggest Upsets in BPZ History. Goodnight

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Glorious Domination by CFO$ plays. Welcome to Free Agent Corner 140. Today I am doing This Week in BPZ

Promo Review

Mikey cuts a promo on Julius **1/2

James Knight returns **3/4

Alex and Raven celebrate Ravens success *****

Bashka attacks Julius *****

Hans celebrates his US Title win ****

Maasa leaves SSW *3/4

Return of Emperor Nate ****3/4

Yelich celebrates 3 years in the company **3/4

Bob promises an upset **1/4

Who Attacked Bulldozer pt3 ***

Sameer celebrates his World title win, is confronted by Bailey and they brawl *****

Blade breaks down the SSW Club **1/2

The Prince answers Bob ***1/4

KENJI promos in front of The Atonium *3/4

SSW Club former members confront each other ****1/4

Knight calls out Raven *3/4

Aaron meets his old coach Starbuck *3/4

Bob promos from a dirt road in Ireland ***

Arius is focused on KOTR ***

ICON promises vengeance **1/2

Bailey mocks Little Sameer *****

Julius mocks Mikeys comments **1/2

Mave and James argue over who is the Number One Contender to the NXT Championship **3/4

Marker bombs Gdansk (yes this actually happened) *****

Sameer promises to beat Bailey *****

The UN visit USA **1/2

George at a Press Conference **1/4

Prince at a Press Conference *3/4

KENJI and Arius brawl with Brad and Aaron **1/4

Bashka promises to reclaim his greatness ****

Aaron North become Lord Yautja **

Who Attacked Bulldozer Pt4 **1/2

Blade breaks down the Birdmen **1/4

Raven talks us through his tag opponents **1/2

A man is attacked *3/4

Raven and James Knight exchange words *****

Bulldozer and Alice attack Josh and Gary Green *1/2 

Yelich blames the fans **1/2

Other News

Power Trip: Emergence will see the return of the TTT, with the KOTR tournament determining the 6 guys in the match

The current KOTR card consists of Bashka challenging Julius for the IC Title, the KOTR final, and a Fatal 4 way match between United Nations, Deadmans Hand, SSW Club and Birdmen

Rumours are circulating that FDS will face Josh at Emergence

Match Reviews

Judgement Day

World Championship Match: 3.5 stars - Sameers cash in was a stunning end to the match but not enough to get a slow match past 3.5 stars

NXT Championship Battle Royal: 5 stars - A stunning fautless match as somehow the NXT scene still feels fresh despite all the recent battle royals

FDS vs Ryan Reeves - 5 stars - These 2 perfectly told a story of their rivalry in this simple but effective match

Julius vs Yelich: 3.5 stars - A solid match, there was a time I believed Yelich was going to win but even with Flynns interference it wasn't enough for Yelich. 3.5 stars

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Glorious Domination by CFO$ plays. Welcome to Free Agent 141. Today after an interview with Julius, we write down his top 5 highlights of his BPZ Career so far

5. Winning NXT

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At December to Dismember 2017, Julius beat Legends to win the NXT Championship. It was his first title in his first ever BPZ Match and a great start for the newcomer that has helped pave the path for a great career

(4) Winning Tag with Ropati at Mania

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The Saviours faced The Big Ballers on the Grandest Stage of Them All with the tag titles on the line. The Big Ballers had dominated the tag division since winning the belts at December to Dismember from The Frontier/Flock. However Julius and Ropati ended that with a massive victory at BPZMania. Although the title reign itself wasn't as successful, the victory was enough to place on Julius' top 5 list

(3) Beating Slim in the main event of SummerSlam

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After the World title was vacated due to insane events that happened with Slim and Flynn at Judgement Day, it was Julius who won the vacant title, which was good because it meant the title was kept within Slim's stable The Kingdom which featured Julius, Slim, Bart and Echo Wilson. However Slim confronted Julius after his victory and challenged him to a match at SummerSlam. It caused a civil war in The Kingdom as Bart and Echo were forced to pick sides but in the end they chose Julius' side as he beat one of BPZs greatest stars

(2) Turning on Flynn and joining The Kingdom

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Julius may be known as more of a solo wolf these days but that certainly wasn't the case during his first few months in BPZ. In his first month he teamed with Josh in the JoshTourage until he turned on Josh by making Josh the fastest elimination in Royal Rumble history. 3 months later he joined Flynn and Ross in ROA by once again attacking Josh, who was feuding with Flynn over Josh's IC Title. However a few months after that Julius shocked the world as Echo Wilson recruited him to Kingdom and he did so by attacking Flynn. By taking out one of the biggest stars in the company this gave Julius a name for himself in BPZ

(1) Winning the World title at KOTR

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As mentioned earlier, in June 2018 the world title was vacated at Judgement Day following a fiasco with Slim and Flynn. It was announced that the winner of KOTR would become World Champion. Julius started by beating Prince, then former IC Champ FDS. In the semi final he faced former partner Josh, who had knocked out Julius' tag team partner Echo Wilson during his tournament run, and Julius dominated him. In the final he beat Johnny to finish off a remarkable rise to World Champion in just 7 months

Thank you for reading. Hopefully we will be back tomorrow with a Match Review. Goodnight

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Glorious Domination by CFO$ plays. Its been a while hasn't it. Today I am doing the top 5 greatest upsets in BrendenPlayz history

(5) Bobs Power Trip Cup run

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When Necce was drawn against rookie Bob in the second Power Trip Cup, nobody imagined Bob would win. But instead he beat one of BPZs greats in his first match, which by itself would be considered a massive upset. But the upset was multiplied when Bob advanced to the semis with a Bob Bomb on Yelich. Although the dream was ended by BiC in the semi finals, it was an incredible run from the rookie Bob

(4) wwe234 beating Ryan for the Intercontinental Championship

What more do we have to say for this one? In 2015, wwe234 beat future BPZ Hall Of Famer Ryan Reeves to win the Intercontinental Championship. Just the sentence itself is shocking

(3) Nate winning King of the Ring

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Other than 1 lacklustre US title reign, Nate had failed to make a splash in his first year in BPZ. Although he had an easy bracket to get to the semis, no one saw him beating the current US Champ Chris White. And even when he won, no one saw him beating King Slim, who had prematurely named himself King Slim. Slim was IC Champ and was on one of the greatest runs ever seen in BPZ but Nate prevailed and won the King of the Ring tournament

(2) BiC winning King of the Ring and then the World Title

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A very similar situation the one before, BiC had always been a good BPZ superstar but no one saw him as the guy. They should have, in his first year he had won the Tag, US and NXT titles, becoming the first to hold the latter title twice. But he not only beat the debuting superstar Echo Wilson in the first round, he would beat two members of the up and coming stable Chaos in the next 2 rounds in Josh and FDS, and tore Chaos apart by having Josh turn on FDS and join BiC. BiC would then beat Nate against all the odds in the final, but what makes this a better upset is that BiC would go on to end the record breaking 310 day reign of Slim after his victory

(1) Sameer beating Brad for IC

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Perhaps that isn't a big surprise at King of the Ring 2019. Sameer is a Triple Crown Champion whilst Brad is a part of UN, and titleless for the past year. However a year ago it was very different. Brad was on a roll whilst Sameer hadn't wrestled in months and was being seen with little respect from the new members. However thanks to interference from Joh and Suby on the commentary table, Sameer won IC, a win that began his year long run to where he is today

And that is the Top 5 Upsets in BPZ history. Thanks for reading FAC 142. Goodnight

 

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Welcome back to Free Agent Corner. For Episode 143, I will be going through the Top 5 greatest Pay Per Views in forums history

(5) Bad Blood 2015

An amazing show saw The Crusade become the first Tag Team Champions in 8 months, Bashka winning Money in the Bank, Brad winning the Intercontinental Championship, Sameer reclaiming Premium, Maestro winning US, Slim winning NXT his first of many titles and then to cap it all off, Smith answered Baileys World Championship Open Challenge and won the World title against all the odds. A show that has 6 title changes is no bad show

(4) BPZ Mania II

The second edition of this show had arguably one of the best storylines in BPZ History main event it. But in other matches Neb won MITB, Ross won US, Nate won the Global Championship and FDS won IC. In the co main event we saw one of the best underdog stories in BPZ history almost come true as Brad was beat by Bailey, at a time where a Bailey fight was very rare. In the main event that originally had former teammates Slim and Flynn go head to head, they were joined by Slims teammates Nate and Alyx Wilde as Flynn tore Slims stable apart. However Slim retained in an amazing show

(3) Bad Blood 2017

There is something about Bad Bloods isn't there. We saw Josh beat his former Kings of Wrestling stablemate Ropati to win US, Pride's record breaking reign as Tag Champs was ended by Karico Brand, Bailey entered into the Money in the Bank match last minute shockingly and won and then, if that wasn't enough, shocked everyone again by cashing in on Slim after the main events conclusion and winning to become BPZ World Champion, exactly one year after Slim had won the title the same way

(2) BPZ Mania IV

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Matches don't get much bigger than this but Bailey became a 6x World Champion in a blockbuster main event with Flynn. Also Bart unified all the Evolve and Carnage titles, BiC won IC, Mark won Premium, Hans won NXT and Sameer became Mr Money in the Bank

(1) King of the Ring 2018

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Sameer beat Brad thanks to interference from checks notes the commentators, and in after winning the US Title earlier in the show, the rookie Julius won the World title after only 7 months in the company by winning the King of The Ring tournament. Then in the second instalment of the greatest story in BPZ history, Flynn retained the Universal title over Necce

Thank you for reading FAC 143. Goodnight

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