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Quick tip for those making topics on here, one reoccuring thing that I see on here that people still say that ppv's are being produced by BPZ for  the Carnage and Evolve brands, which probably is a copy from the orginal ppv post on this thread. As we all know, the Brand Split has ended which makes this simply untrue and takes away from one of the biggest events in the Kayfabe world from the last year. It also isn't the most demanding thing, as it would literally mean you had to remove 6 words from a sentence when copy/pasting the basic lay out. Love the posts, hope they keep on being made, with 6 words less 😉

 

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FDS

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FDS in May 2019 

Birth name Daniel Stevenson
Born February 23rd 1989,  
Sydney, Australia
Residence Sydney, Australia
   
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)

 FDS

FD

FDSlater 

FDKO 

FDWyatt

FDMizdow

FDBNB

FDAustin 

FDR

FDNF

Daniel Vice

Billed height 5ft 10 
Billed weight 205lbs (92 KG) 
Billed from Sydney, Australia
Trained by

Monda 

Ryan Infinite 

 

Debut  December 2012  

Daniel Stevenson (Born February 23rd, 1989) is an Australian Professional Wrestler best known by his Ring Name FDS. FDS is best known for his work in BPZ where he is the current BPZ Premium Champion. and work over in Japan under the ring name Daniel Vice. 

Early life

Stevenson was born on February 23rd of 1989. He was born into a middle class family and has noted that he was bullied severely throughout his childhood. In one interview in regards to the inspiration for one of his more famous characters Stevenson noted "When I was growing up I recall wanting to murder and hurt all the people who picked on me because of my smaller size and that made me an easy target, so I would write down all the horrible things I wanted to do to them and would later use that as inspiration". It is notable that Stevenson's family also moved around a lot with Stevenson having lived in four separate countries due to his father's job requiring them to relocated several times, Stevenson has noted that this has helped him adapt to life on the road throughout his career  

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Early Career (2012-2014)  

Stevenson began training to be a pro wrestler in early 2012, it has been stated that Stevenson was not a product of the BPZ Performance Centre as many believe but in fact was trained to wrestle by Ryan Infinite and Monda two men who he would later encounter throughout his time in BPZ. Stevenson wrestled on the independents for two years mostly as an enhancement talent only winning a handful of championships along the way to BPZ. Stevenson would have his final independent wrestling match in August of 2014 before officially signing with BPZ for the first time. 

 BPZ (2014-2015) 

In September of 2014 it was announced that Stevenson had signed an exclusive contract with BPZ. He would quickly find success in BPZ debuting under the name FDSlater and becoming the inaugural United States Champion however he would be forced to vacate the championship due to injury. In January of 2015 he would make his return to BPZ where he would become the first ever two time united states champion however like his previous run with the championship he would immediately lose the title to Apex a month after winning it. Stevenson would then move away from the United States Championship instead opting to pursue other championships. He would begin with the European Championship however would find no success within that division during his first run in BPZ. Stevenson would also continuously have multiple character changes throughout his first run in BPZ which lead to backstage frustrations and he would feel that his work was going unnoticed. Stevenson would have a notable lengthy feud with Sameer over the Premium Championship during what was called the streak. Stevenson would eventually defeat Sameer to capture the Premium Championship however would lose it back to Sameer a month later in what was called at the time "The worst Championship Reign in BPZ History". Stevenson's contract would expire in September of 2015 however he would continue to work the promotion making on again and off again appearances before leaving the company in October 2015. 

Japan (2015-2016) 

Stevenson would begin making working in Real Japan Pro Wrestling in October of 2015 dropping the name FD entirely and moving over to the identity of Daniel Vice. Stevenson would credit his time in Japan for teaching him many valuable lessons and helping him find his passion in Pro Wrestling yet again. Stevenson would win the RJPW Openweight Championship, RJPW Tag Team Championship and RJPW Intercontinental Championship during his time there however it was his Violent Deathmatches that wowed audiences that Stevenson credits for saving his life. Stevenson stated in an interview "I was at my whits end, I had just left BPZ and I didn't have anything left in me but then RJPW gave me a call and offered me a deathmatch, I took it because I figured my body was worthless anyway I might as well tear it to pieces but it was through that pain that I found the spark in me that I needed to keep going, to keep wrestling and to keep on living.". Stevenson would work his final match in RJPW in February of 2016 losing the RJPW Openweight Championship to long time rival Tetsuya Sano. 

Return to BPZ (2016 - Present) 

In January of 2016 Stevenson made a one off appearance in the Royal Rumble but would be quickly eliminated. It wasn't until March of 2016 that Stevenson would make his full return to the company, Stevenson would begin entering the European Championship picture participating in the Ladder match at BPZMania 1 however he would lose in the match. Stevenson would continue to pursue the European Championship until July of 2016 where at the King of The Ring Pay-Per-View under the persona of "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived" he won a multi man match to win the Title. Stevenson would then lose the championship a month later to the returning Prince, he would then feud with Prince briefly over the championship ultimately failing to win the championship. In October of 2016 Stevenson would form a tag team with his former trainer Ryan Infinite known as the Empire of Greatness, They would go onto win the BPZ Tag Team Championship ending the reign of the Kings Amongst Peasants (Tamer & Slim). They would unfortunately vacate the titles due to Ryan suffering an injury, Stevenson would then move into the intercontinental Championship division and would fail multiple times at winning the title, during this time Stevenson would be awarded the Carnage Television Championship however he would lose the championship two weeks later to Ark Universe who would be the final champion in the titles short history. Stevenson would reform the Empire of Greatness with Ryan Infinite (Now going by Ryan Reeves) but would turn on him in February of 2017 as Stevenson would debut the Rainmaker gimmick. At BPZMania II Stevenson would capture the Intercontinental Championship for the first time in his career but would quickly lose it to Smith a month later after a short lived rivalry with Apex. Stevenson would then enter a rivalry with Flynn, who 6 months beforehand had defeated Stevenson in dominant fashion to retain the intercontinental championship, for the Carnage Universal Championship. Stevenson would ultimately fail to defeat Flynn in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match for the championship at Judgement Day. Stevenson would then enter the King of The Ring tournament for the third time, the previous two times he had been eliminated in the first round, in this tournament however Stevenson defeated Josh Scott and Ark Universe, his then CHAOS stablemates, before ultimately losing to tournament winner BIC in the Semi-Finals. After this match Scott would turn on Stevenson and align with BIC, Ark and Stevenson would then quietly disband CHAOS. Stevenson would then continue his pursuit of the Intercontinental Championship failing to capture it multiple times with the final time being at Halloween Havoc 2017 after the match Stevenson abandoned the Rainmaker persona and became "The Emperor Of Chaos", A psychotic, vicious, maniacal persona that would seek to compete in the most brutal matches possible. Stevenson would then go on a short period of dominance defeating BIC at Carnage Power Trip: Redemption, then defeating Ark Universe in a Number One Contenders Match for the EVOLVE Global Championship at Survivor Series and defeating Smith to win the Intercontinental Championship for the Second Time. Stevenson would then capture the EVOLVE Global Championship from Natedog at Evolve Takeover: PRIDE, Stevenson would successfully defend the Intercontinental Championship at December to dismember before losing it to Slim at the Royal Rumble Pay-Per-view, He would also successfully defend the Global Championship against Jonathan however after the Intercontinental Championship match Ark would cash in his To The Top Contract on Stevenson defeating him for the championship. Stevenson would then win the Intercontinental Championship for the Third time at Saint Valentines Day Massacre 2018 but would lose it at BPZMania III to Josh Scott, during this time he would also begin teaming with Necce as they would make it to the semi-finals of the BPZ Tag Team Classic before beginning a short lived rivalry which resulted in the formation of the faction Ruin. Stevenson would team with Johnny Kills (formerly Jonathan) as Ruin to win the BPZ Tag Team Championships for the second time in his career. Ruin would successfully defend their tag team championships at Backlash 2018 before losing them to the Kingdom at Mayhem 2018. Ruin would disband after this loss, Stevenson would then challenge for the BPZ World Championship for the first time in his career at Judgement Day against Flynn a full year after their match for the Universal Championship, Stevenson would fail to capture the championship due to interference from Slim causing for the match to be ruled a no contest. Stevenson would then compete in the King of The Ring Tournament for the Fourth time before being eliminated in the Quarter Finals by eventual winner Julius Jones. Stevenson would then announce he'd be taking time off due to injury. In November of 2018 videos would begin to air teasing the return of Stevenson, Stevenson would make his return to BPZ in December of 2018 begin a feud with Necce, Stevenson would defeat Kieron Black in his return match at the Night Of Legends Pay-Per-View however his rivalry with Necce would suddenly end due to Necce taking a scripted leave from the company. Stevenson would then compete for the vacant global championship ultimately losing in a four way match also involving Kieron Black, Yelich and eventual Winner Echo Wilson. Stevenson would then align himself with Wilson under the name "The Blacklist" the two would compete in matches at BPZMania and Backlash both losing in their respective matches, The Blacklist would disband after Wilson quietly left the company. Stevenson would then compete in the Power Trip Cup being eliminated in the first round by Aaron North. Stevenson would then begin working under the persona "The Wrestler" which he would find success under defeating MARKER and Aaron North to win the Premium Championship for the Second Time in his career. After the match, Stevenson would be confronted by a returning Monda backstage. 

Personal Life

Stevenson is mixed race, his father is Asian and his mother is caucasian. Stevenson is a firm believer in Animal Rights and openly supports the World Wildlife Fund and has made several donations to them. Stevenson has stated that he is single by choice and that he doesn't see how a relationship could bring any increase in value to his life. Stevenson has an Older Brother in business. Stevenson has his own signature bottle of Whiskey known as "The Gimmick Changer" a reference to his multiple personas over his career as a pro wrestler. Stevenson has two cats Albert and Diesel. 

Championships and accomplishments[edit

  • BrendenPlayz Wrestling
  • BPZ Intercontinental Championship (3 Times) 
  • BPZ United States Championship (2 Times, Inaugural) 
  • BPZ Premium Championship (2 Times, Current) 
  • BPZ European Championship (1 Time) 
  • BPZ Tag Team Champion (2 Times with Ryan Infinite (1) and Johnny Kills (2)) 
  • BPZ Evolve Global Champion (1 Time) 
  • BPZ Carnage Television Champion (1 Time) 
  • BPZ Tag Team Classic (2018) with Necce & Johnny Kills 
  • Slammy Awards (3 Times (The CHUMP is Here (2015), The Storyteller (2016) and Mr. No Days Off (2017))
  • BPZ Hall of Fame (Class of 2019) 
  • Real Japan Pro Wrestling 
  • RJPW Openweight Champion (2 Times) 
  • RJPW Intercontinental Champion (1 Time) 
  • RJPW Tag Team Champion (1 Time with Tetsuya Sano) 
  • RJPW Match of the year with Tetsuya Sano (2015) 
  • All Australian Wrestling 
  • AAW Hardcore Champion (3 Times)
  • AAW Outback Champion (1 Time) 
  • South Pacific Pro Wrestling 
  • SPPW Cruiserweight Champion (1 Time) 
  • Black Forest Pro Wrestling 
  • BFPW Heavyweight Champion (1 Time) 
  • BFPW King of the Forest (2013)  

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Hans Clayton
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Hans Clayton in June 2019
Birth name Harry Hans
Born October 30th, 1997 (age 21)
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Residence Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
   
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Hans Clayton
Billed height 6'0 (1.83 m)[6]
Billed weight 212 lb (96 kg)[6]
Billed from Vancouver, British Columbia
Trained by

Killer Louis

Debut September 2014

 

Harry Hans (born October 30th, 1997) is an Canadian professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Hans Clayton. He is best known for his time in BrendenPlayz Wrestling. Hans is considered by many to be the future of professional wrestling, with his high flying, fast paced action. Hans is known for amazing the audience every single night with his incredible athleticism. 

Early life

Harry Hans was born and raised in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. He now resides in Vancouver, British Columbia. At a young age, Hans was hooked in to the world of professional wrestling, as it was something that clicked the moment he saw it on T.V at the age of 4. Hans was Ice Hockey Player growing up and attended John Wikloman High School.

Professional wrestling career

Independent circuit (2014–2018)

Hans was trained at Killer Louis Wrestling School in Vancouver. Hans made his professional wrestling debut on September 3rd 2014. From 2014 to 2018, Hans has worked for several different wrestling promotions including Dreamgate Pro, Supreme Wrestling Cartel, Maple Leaf Wrestling, as he held their world champions, The Dreamweight World Championship, Supreme King Champion, and the MLW Heavyweight Champion. He also worked dates with UK Beta, Pro Wrestling J.O.A.H and Texas Pro Wrestling. He also teamed up and grew a friendship between Xaiver King also known as BiC. He worked his final Independent date on November 27th 2018.

BPZ (2018 - Current)

NXT

Hans debuted in late 2018, he would later join a new faction named the New Bloods but would ultimately go nowhere and eventually broke off. Hans would have eyes set on the NXT Champion and would eventually win the the Title at BPZ Mania IV in a battle royal. He would then go on to be in the Inaugural BPZ North American Title Ladder Match which he would was unsuccessful at as the match was on by Arius. Hans would then defend the Title at Backlash against the likes of Alex Costa, Bob Sparks, Dikey, and others. Hans would then vacate the title and move up to the United States Championship Division.

US

Hans would enter in the Powetrip Cup, defeating Marker in the first round, but was not successful in defeating Julius in the 2nd round. His match turned into a 3 way as Alex Costa was inserted into the match, as management feared Hans might have been injured but no injury ever occurred. He was unsuccessful in winning the title in the triple threat match between himself, Arius, and Alex Costa as Arius would pin Costa to win the match. Hans now his eyes on the North American Title as will be competing in hardcore match between, Bob Sparks, Aaron North, and Alex Costa at the Powertrip Cup event.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • BrendenPlayz Wrestling
  • BPZ NXT Championship (x1)
  • Dreamgate Pro
  • The Dreamweight World Championship (x1)
  • Open the Dream Championhsip (x2)
  • Supreme Wrestling Cartel
  • Supreme King Championship (x1)
  • Maple Leaf Wrestling
  • MLW Heavyweight Championship (x2)
  • MLW Elite Championship (x1)
  • MLW Tag Team Championship (x1)

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Bad Blood (2018)
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Promotional poster 
Promotion BPZ
Brand(s)

Carnage and Evolve

Date September 20th, 2018
City Columbus, Ohio
Venue Nationwide Arena
Attendance 11,000
Tagline(s) Step Up Or Step Off

Bad Blood (2018) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by BrendenPlayz Wrestling (BPZ). It took place on September 20, 2018, at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. It was the fourth annual Bad Blood event.

The main event was Julius defeating Angelo Caito in a Falls Count Anywhere match for the BPZ Championship. The two main under card matches where the six man Hell In A Cell match for the Premium Championship, which Echo won, and Money In The Bank match, which Bailey won.

Results[edit]

No. Results Stipulations Times[1]
1 Marker (c) defeated CRM Singles match for the NXT Championship 3:44
2 Echo Wilson defeated Kieron (c), Hollow, Ark, Angelo Caito, and Storm Six Man Hell In A Cell for the Premium Championship 23:35
3 BrendenPlayz defeated Sameer Fortnite Battle 15:00
4 Bailey defeated Hollow, JoshNow, Bashka, and Joh Money In The Bank Ladder Match 20:20
5 Julius (c) defeated Ark and Yelich Triple Threat Match for the United States Championship 04:43
6 Bart (c) defeated JoshNow, Hollow, and Ark Fatal Four Way Match for the Intercontinental Championship  8:51
7 Julius (c) defeated Angelo Caito Falls Count Anywhere Match for the BPZ Championship 38:42

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BPZ Money in The Bank

 

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Current Money in The Bank  holder Sameer

 

   
   
   
   
 
 

 

   
   
   
 

 

   

 

 

The "Money in the Bank" centers around a ladder match, the prize of which is a briefcase containing a contract for a championship match. The winner can then cash in the contract at a time and place of their choosing anytime within the next six months – beginning the night they win the briefcase – for a world championship match. If the contract is not used within that six months, it is voided, but this has yet to happen. The briefcase can also be voided when the winner wins the Royal Rumble, which occurred to Bailey in 2019.

The inaugural Money in the Bank holder was Zombie, holding it for 90 days before unsuccessfully cashing in on Bashka when Bailey won the match, this was then followed by Joh, who also unsuccessfully cashed on Bailey at King of the Ring 2015. Bashka was the first successful MITB winner, cashing in on then stable-mate, Smith after holding the briefcase for 5 days. Jonathan was the first person to win the briefcase at BPZMania, holding it for one day before cashing in on Nebakos, who won the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship the earlier night. Slim won the briefcase at Bad Blood 2016, also holding it for a day and cashing in on Nebakos who won the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship the earlier night. Nebakos took a break from being cashed in on to win the briefcase at BPZMania II, shortly before disappearing and reappearing in time to cash in his briefcase unsuccessfully at Bad Blood 2017. That same night, Bailey won his first of two Money in the Bank contracts, holding it for 1 day and then cashing in on Slim.

Flynn won the briefcase at BPZMania III and pretended to cash in on Slim for an April fools joke, before then actually cashing successfully at Mayhem 2018 on Slim. At Bad Blood 2018, Bailey became the first ever to win the briefcase twice, holding it for 128 days until it was voided as he won the 2019 Royal Rumble. The most recent winner, Sameer, won the briefcase at the 4th installment of BPZMania, still yet to cash in his briefcase as of yet. The briefcase has also been defended outside of ladder matches twice, with Joh and Flynn successfully doing so. 

Holders

No. Holder Reign Event No. of Reigns Days Held
1 Zombie Unsuccessful February Votings 2015 1 90
2 Joh Unsuccessful May Votings 2015 1 63
3 Bashka Successful Bad Blood 2015 1 5
4 Jonathan Successful BPZMania I 1 1
5 Slim Successful Bad Blood 2016 1 1
6 Nebakos Unsuccessful BPZMania II 1 175
7 Bailey Successful Bad Blood 2017 1 1
8 Flynn Successful BPZMania III 1 84
9 Bailey N/A Bad Blood 2018 2 128
10 Sameer TBD BPZMania IV 1 78+

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BPZ Intercontinental Champion

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Current champion Julius

 

   
   
   
   
 
 

 

   
   
   
 

 

   

The BPZ Intercontinental Championship is a professional wrestling championship in BPZ. It was one of the first titles established in BPZ, being introduced in 2014.

The championship is generally contested in professional wrestling matches, in which participants execute scripted finishes rather than contend in direct competition. Some reigns were held by champions using a ring name while others use their real name. The first champion was Bailey who won it in 2014. The champion with the single longest reign is Smith with a reign of 214 days. The current champion is Julius, who is in his first reign. He won the championship by defeating BiC at Backlash 2019.

Overall, there have been 26 different official champions, with Apex, Brad, Flynn and FD having the most reigns at three each.

Reigns

No. Champion Date Event Reign Days
1 Bailey 2014 ? 1 28
2 Zombie 2014 ? 1 28
3 DUNSTAN December 15th 2014 December Votings 2014 1 31
4 Joh January 12th 2015 January Votings 2015 1 32
5 Ryan February 14th 2015 February Votings 2015 1 28
6 wwe234 March 13th 2015 March Votings 2015 1 35
7 Jonathan April 17th 2015 April Votings 2015 1 28
8 Tamer May 15th 2015 May Votings 2015 1 35
9 Smith June 19th 2015 BPZ Judgement Day 2015 1 28
10 Tamer July 17th 2015 BPZ King of the Ring 2015 2 28
11 Zombie August 14th 2015 BPZ Summerslam 2015 2 35
12 Brad September 18th 2015 BPZ Bad Blood 2015 1 2
13 Apex September 20th 2015 BPZ TV 1 1
14 Brad September 22nd 2015 BPZ TV 2 19
15 Flynn October 10th 2015 BPZ TV 1 47
16 Sameer November 27th 2015 BPZ TV 1 22
17 Bizzy December 18th 2015 BPZ December to Dismember 2015 1 48
18 Apex February 4th 2016 BPZ TV 2 15
19 Razor February 19th 2016  St. Valentine's Day Massacre 2016 1 35
20 Apex March 25th 2016 BPZMania I 3 56
21 Bashka May 21st 2016 BPZ Mayhem 2016 1 28
22 Ryan June 17th 2016 BPZ Judgement Day 2016 2 28
23 Slim July 15th 2016 BPZ King of the Ring 2016 1 119
- Vacant ------------------------ ------------------------------------------- - -
24 Blade November 25th 2016 BPZ Survivor Series 2016 1 14
25 Flynn December 10th 2016 BPZ TakeOver: No Rules 2 42
26 Nebakos January 20th 2017 BPZ Royal Rumble 2017 1 63
27 FD March 24th 2017 BPZMania II 1 28
28 Smith April 21st 2017 BPZ Backlash 2017 2 241
29 FD November 24th 2017 BPZ Survivor Series 2017 2 56 
30 Slim January 19th 2018 BPZ Royal Rumble 2018 2 28
31 FD February 16th 2018 BPZ St. Valentines Day Massacre 2018 3 42
32 Josh March 30th 2018 BPZMania III 1 14
33 Flynn April 14th 2018 BPZ Power Trip: World at War 2018 3 5
- Vacant ---------------------- ---------------------------------------- - -
34 Ross April 20th 2018 BPZ Backlash 2018 1 35
- Vacant ---------------------- --------------------------------------- - -
35 Alyx Wilde May 25th 2018 BPZ Mayhem 2018 1 28
36 Brad June 22nd 2018 BPZ Judgement Day 2018 3 28
37 Sameer July 20th 2018 BPZ King of the Ring 2018 2 28
38 Bart August 24th 2018 BPZ Summerslam 2018 1 218
39 BiC March 30th 2019 BPZMania III 1 27
40 Julius April 26th 2019 BPZ Backlash 2019 1 53+

 

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BPZ United States Championship

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Current champion Arius

 

   
   
   
   
 
 

 

   
   
   
 

 

   

The BPZ United States Championship is a professional wrestling championship in BPZ. It was one of the first titles established in BPZ, being introduced in 2014.

The championship is generally contested in professional wrestling matches, in which participants execute scripted finishes rather than contend in direct competition. Some reigns were held by champions using a ring name while others use their real name. The first champion was FDS who won it in 2014. The champion with the single longest reign is Julius with a reign of 233 days. The current champion is Arius, who is in his first reign. He won the championship by defeating Julius at St. Valentines Day Massacre 2019.

Overall, there have been 28 different official champions, with FDS, Ross and Chris White having the most reigns at two each.

Reigns

No. Champion Date Event Reign Days
1 FDS 2014 ? 1 28
2 Luke Haper 2014 ? 1 28
3 Joh December 15th 2014 December Votings 2014 1 31
4 Marvsta January 12th 2015 January Votings 2015 1 32
5 FDS February 14th 2015 February Votings 2015 2 28
6 Apex March 13th 2015 March Votings 2015 1 35
7 Brett Storm April 17th 2015 April Votings 2015 1 28
8 Brad May 15th 2015 May Votings 2015 1 35
9 TheLunaticGinge June 19th 2015 BPZ Judgement Day 2015 1 56
10 Maestro August 14th 2015 BPZ Summerslam 2015 1 18
11 Necce September 1st 2015 BPZ TV 1 70
12 Slim November 20th 2015 BPZ Survivor Series 2015 1 28
13 Elliot December 18th 2015 BPZ December to Dismember 2015 1 35
14 Sandman January 22nd 2016 BPZ Royal Rumble 2016 1 28
15 Nate February 19th 2016 BPZ St. Valentines Day Massacre 2016 1 35
16 Kieron Black March 25th 2016 BPZMania I 1 28
17 Chris White April 22nd 2016 BPZ Backlash 2016 1 119
- Vacant -------------------- ---------------------------------- - -
18 Alyx Wilde August 19th 2016  St. Valentine's Day Massacre 2016 1 113
19 Chris White December 10th 2016 BPZ TakeOver: No Rules 2 70
20 BiC February 17th 2017 BPZ St. Valentines Day Massacre 2017 1 35
21 Ross March 24th 2017 BPZMania II 1 119
22 Prince July 21st 2017 BPZ King of the Ring 2017 1 28
23 Ropati August 18th 2017 BPZ Summerslam 2017 1 28
24 Josh September 15th 2017 BPZ Bad Blood 2017 1 28
25 Echo Wilson October 13th 2017 BPZ Halloween Havoc 2017 1 42
26 Yelich November 24th 2017 BPZ December to Dismember 2017 1 21
27 Ross December 15th 2017 BPZ December to Dismember 2017 2 56
- Vacant --------------------- ------------------------------------------ - -
28 Bart February 16th 2018 BPZ St. Valentines Day Massacre 2018 1 126 
29 Storm June 22nd 2018 BPZ Judgement Day 2018 1 28
30 Julius July 20th 2018 BPZ King of the Ring 2018 1 233
31 Arius February 15th 2019 BPZ St. Valentines Day Massacre 2019 1 125+

 

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BPZ Judgement Day (2019)
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Promotional poster featuring Julius
Theme Music: Asking Alexandria - Into The Fire
Promotion BPZ
Brand(s) Carnage
Date June 30th, 2019
City Baltimore, Maryland
Venue Royal Farms Arena
Attendance  11,679
 
 

BPZ Judgement Day (2019) was a professional wrestling show and BPZ Neccework produced by BPZ. It took place June 30th, 2019 at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland

Seven matches were contested at the event. In the main event, Sameer cashed in his Money in the Bank contract as the scheduled match between The Bailey, Brad, Bashka, Blade and Joshua Scott was in progress, and won the resulting impromptu six-way match to capture the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship. On the undercard, Flynn defended his BPZ Undisputed Championship successfully against Sheridan. Hans Clayton defeated Alex Costa, Arius (c) and George AK to win the BPZ United States Championship for the first time and much more.

Background

Results

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Sameer defeated FDS (C) and "The Crippler" Odyssey Sellers  Triple-Threat for the BPZ Premium Championship 12:39
2 FDS defeated The Ryan Singles match 11:10
3 Raven defeated Bob Sparks (C), Kenji, Mave Deltzer,  Arrow, Rory Orton, Epic and James Hunter Battle Royal for the BPZ NXT Championship 13:20
4 Julius defeated Yelich  Singles match 8:15
5 Hans Clayton defeated Arius (C), Alex Costa and George AK Fatal Four-Way for the BPZ United States Championship 15:08
6 Flynn (C) defeated Sheridan  Singles match for the BPZ Undisputed Championship: 16:57
7 Sameer defeated The Bailey (C), Bashka, Blade, Joshua Scott and Brad Six-Way for the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship
This was Sameer's Money in the Bank cash-in match.
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  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

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BPZ Premium Championship

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Current champion Sameer, moments after winning the belt at Judgement Day 2019

 

   
   
   
   
 
 

 

   
   
   
 

 

   

The BPZ Premium Championship is a professional wrestling championship in BPZ. It was one of the first titles established in BPZ, being introduced in 2014.

The championship is generally contested in professional wrestling matches, in which participants execute scripted finishes rather than contend in direct competition. Some reigns were held by champions using a ring name while others use their real name. The first champion was Taiter who won it in 2014. The champion with the single longest reign is Smith with a reign of 241 days. The current champion is Sameer, who is in his third reign. He won the championship by defeating FDS and Odyssey Sellers at Judgement Day 2019.

Overall, there have been 19 different official champions, with Echo Wilson having the most reigns at four.

Reigns

No. Champion Date Event Reign Days
1 Taiter November 15th 2014 November Votings 2014 1 28
2 Poiudust December 15th 2014 December Votings 2014 1 29
3 Bashka January 12th 2015 January Votings 2015 1 60
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4 Sameer March 13th 2015 March Votings 2015 1 157
5 FDS August 18th 2015 BPZ TV 1 32
6 Sameer September 18th 2015 Bad Blood 2015 2 91
7 Smith December 18th 2015 December to Dismember 2015 1 57
8 Jonathan February 14th 2016 BPZ TV 1 40
9 Necce March 25th 2016 BPZMania I 1 28
10 Jonathan April 22nd 2016 Backlash 2016 2 56
11 Ryan Reeves June 17th 2016 Judgement Day 2016 1 28
12 Tamer July 15th 2016 King Of The Ring 2016 1 133
13 Nate November 25th 2016 Survivor Series 2016 1 150
14 Smith April 21st 2017 Backlash 2017 2 241
15 BiC November 24th 2017 Survivor Series 2017 1 56
16 Slim January 19th 2018 Royal Rumble 2018 1 28
17 Brad February 16th 2018 St. Valentine's Day Massacre 2018 1 42
18 Echo Wilson March 30th 2018 BPZMania III 1 21
19 Blade April 20th 2018 Backlash 2018 1 35
20 Echo Wilson May 25th 2018 Mayhem 2018 2 91
21 Kieron Black August 24th 2018 SummerSlam 2018 1 28
22 Echo Wilson September 21st 2018 Bad Blood 2018 3 28
23 Jason Ryan October 19th 2018 Halloween Havoc 2018 1 63
24 Echo Wilson December 21st 2018 December to Dismember 2018 4 4
- Vacant ------------------ --------------------------- - -
25 Nate January 25th 2019 Royal Rumble 2019 2 63
26 Marker March 30th 2019 BPZMania IV 1 63
27 FDS June 1st 2019 Mayhem 2019 2 28
28 Sameer June 28th 2019 Judgement Day 2019 3 17+ 

 

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