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  • This week's edition of Try To Take Over The World will come to you live from the Bulldog Stadium in Smithfield, Rhode Island! The announced card for the show is as follows:
    • Claudio Castagnoli vs Ryback Reeves - non-title match
    • Chris Jericho vs Pentagon Jr
  • There will be a third match on the show, it is rumoured to be a tag team match combining two current storylines. (Bonus point for each "singles feud" in the match guessed correctly, and another bonus point for picking the winners! It will be straight-up two faces vs two heels)
  • Current storylines:
    • KENTA vs Rhino
    • Claudio Castagnoli vs Tyler Black
    • Jon Good vs Kazuchika Okada
    • Chris Jericho vs Kevin Steen
    • Cody Rhodes vs Pentagon Jr
    • The Motor City Machine Guns vs The Family
    • Brian Kendrick vs Ryback Reeves

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I'm gonna say: Ryback, Pentagon to win. The tag match will be Good & Cody vs Okada & Pentagon JR, with Okada and Pentagon coming out on top.
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Claudio Castagnoli vs Ryback Reeves - non-title match
Chris Jericho vs Pentagon Jr
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I'm gonna say: Ryback, Pentagon to win. The tag match will be Good & Cody vs Okada & Pentagon JR, with Okada and Pentagon coming out on top.
Thanks for predicting! Just an FYI, an opportunity to change your tag match prediction, Good and Penta are heels, Cody and Okada are faces.

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Claudio Castagnoli vs Ryback Reeves - non-title match
Chris Jericho vs Pentagon Jr
No tag match guess? You know you love trying to figure out my unpredictable booking!
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Thanks for predicting! Just an FYI, an opportunity to change your tag match prediction, Good and Penta are heels, Cody and Okada are faces.



No tag match guess? You know you love trying to figure out my unpredictable booking!
Opps! I did miss that one.

Cody Rhodes & Kazuchika Okada vs. Good & Pentagon JR

Can't think of any-other, this is where the unpredictability kicks in. Dammit.
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In an extremely short match, Claudio Castagnoli drew with Ryback Reeves in 4:07 when the match descended into chaos after Brian Kendrick and Tyler Black became involved.



Ryback and Castagnoli regroup outside the ring and immediately challenge Black and Kendrick to a tag team match, seeing as they want to fight! The referee shrugs and rings the bell!



In a decent match, Ryback Reeves and Claudio Castagnoli defeated Tyler Black and Brian Kendrick in 12:18 when Brian Kendrick intentionally got counted out while fighting Ryback Reeves.



Jon Good calls out Okada. Okada's music hits, but a Japanese little person with dyed blonde hair comes out as quarters fall onto his head, clearly mocking Okada's rainmaker entrance. After plenty of mockery, Okada has heard enough and clears the ring, hitting a hellacious Rainmaker on the little person as Good escapes!



In a decent match, Pentagon Jr defeated Chris Jericho in 14:19 by pinfall with a Fear Factor following interference from Kevin Steen.



After the match, Steen and Pentagon are continuing the attack on Jericho when Shinsuke Nakamura's music hits! He may have his arm in a sling, but he also has a kendo stick, which he swings wildly and clears the ring, saving Jericho!



Jericho grabs a microphone and announces that it will be Jericho vs Steen at Spring Stampede Wrestling, with Shinsuke Nakamura as special referee!



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In an extremely short match, Claudio Castagnoli drew with Ryback Reeves in 4:07 when the match descended into chaos after Brian Kendrick and Tyler Black became involved.
Talk about the unpredictability. Dammit!


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Jon Good calls out Okada. Okada's music hits, but a Japanese little person with dyed blonde hair comes out as quarters fall onto his head, clearly mocking Okada's rainmaker entrance. After plenty of mockery, Okada has heard enough and clears the ring, hitting a hellacious Rainmaker on the little person as Good escapes!
I got a weird taste in the mouth after reading this. LOL! Dammit! (2)


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Jericho grabs a microphone and announces that it will be Jericho vs Steen at Spring Stampede Wrestling, with Shinsuke Nakamura as special referee!
Nakamura as the legendary referee! LOL! (2) Dammit! (3)
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Talk about the unpredictability. Dammit!



I got a weird taste in the mouth after reading this. LOL! Dammit! (2)



Nakamura as the legendary referee! LOL! (2) Dammit! (3)
Have I exposed myself fully as a "sports entertainment guy" yet?
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SPRING STAMPEDE WRESTLING PREDICTIONS



Opening Match
Grudge Match



KENTA vs Rhino

KENTA and Rhino have been having issues since the first Narf Poit event, Death March, when KENTA eliminated Rhino from the Elimination Chamber match for the vacant Narf Poit United States Championship, only to be viciously Gored by Rhino and eliminated by the opportunistic Matti Wild.

KENTA got revenge on Wild at April Showers, but after the match suffered another Gore from Rhino! Now KENTA looks for revenge on Rhino, but that could be easier said than done...



Narf Poit Tag Team Championship Match



The Motor City Machine Guns vs The Family (C)

On the very first episode of Narf Poit "Try To Take Over The World," The Motor City Machine Guns defeated The Coollet Club to become number one contenders for the Narf Poit Tag Team Championships. After the match, The Family tried to attack The MCMG, but Shelley & Sabin fought them off.

The Family have been having their own issues with Thoruf Marius, trying to recruit him into the fold, but he's been pre-occupied with Tyler Black, resulting in the Machine Guns getting the better of Rotunda and Lee at every turn! Will that pattern continue, or can The Family come out on top, with or without Marius' help?



Narf Poit Intercontinental Championship Match
Rematch




Jon Good vs Kazuchika Okada (C)

At Narf Poit April Showers, Jon Good had to defend his Intercontinental Championship against a mystery challenger, who turned out to be El Generico. However, thanks to an optional clause in the Narf Poit rule book, Good refused the challenge.

Jericho was one step ahead of Good, however, and provided a second mystery challenger: Kazuchika Okada! Okada won the match and the championship, and Good had to go through El Generico to get a rematch. Now that he has his rematch, will he regain the title?



Grudge Match
Special Referee Match




Chris Jericho vs Kevin Steen
Special Referee: Shinsuke Nakamura

At Death March, Kevin Steen attacked Claudio Castagnoli after he won the United States Championship. As punishment, Chris Jericho not only stripped Steen of his opportunity to become the first-ever Narf Poit Heavyweight Champion, but suspended him on the spot!

Steen's replacement, Shinsuke Nakamura, went on to win the title, then went on to lose it one month later to Cody Rhodes, after which Steen attacked Nakamura, injuring him in the process. Then, on the very first "Try To Take Over The World," Steen distracted Jericho, costing him a match against Tyler Black, and another match against Pentagon Jr on "Try To Take Over The World" #4, where Jericho announced he would face Steen, with the injured Nakamura as the special guest referee!

Can Steen overcome these seemingly insurmountable odds? More importantly, does anyone really want him to?



Narf Poit United States Championship Match
Rematch




Claudio Castagnoli (C) vs Tyler Black

At Death March, Tyler Black took out Thoruf Marius before the Elimination Chamber match for the vacant Narf Poit United States Championship, taking his place and eventually winning the title! However, Black had a scheduled match later in the show against Claudio Castagnoli and, after Black cost Chris Jericho his match against Jon Good, he was forced to put his newly won Championship on the line against Castagnoli!

Castagnoli took advantage of being the fresher man and won the title, giving Black an early place in the Narf Poit record books for what is likely to be the shortest title reign for a long time. At April Showers, Black lost to Jericho, but at the first "Try To Take Over The World," Black got his win back and earned himself this rematch.

A week and a half ago, Black attacked Castagnoli, laying the American flag over Claudio's face, clearly making a statement about the Swiss wrestler holding the United States Championship. Can Black regain the Championship he held for an embarrassingly short amount of time, or will Castagnoli continue to prove that you don't have to be American to be a great United States Champion?



Grudge Match
Steel Cage Match



Brian Kendrick vs Ryback Reeves

At Death March, Brian Kendrick held an open challenge, which was answered by Ryback Reeves! Ryback quickly disposed of Kendrick, leading to Kendrick demanding a rematch at April Showers, which he craftily won by count-out.

Not content with this, Kendrick tried to interfere in Ryback's match with KENTA at "Try To Take Over The World" #2. The following week, Ryback attacked Kendrick during his match with Claudio Castagnoli, inadvertently giving Kendrick the victory by DQ. Then, a few days ago, Tyler Black and Kendrick gatecrashed a match between Castagnoli and Ryback, leading to a tag match, which Kendrick walked out on, taking the intentional count-out loss. Now, with a steel cage surrounding the ring, there will be no count-out victory, and no walking away from the match. Can Kendrick survive? Or could he even win, somehow?



Main Event
Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship




Cody Rhodes (C) vs Pentagon Jr

Last month, at April Showers, Pentagon Jr won the Último Dragón Memorial Ladder match to earn himself a shot at the Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship. On the same show, Cody Rhodes defeated Shinsuke Nakamura for the title, setting up this encounter. Can Rhodes become the first man to successfully defend the Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship, or will Pentagon's momentum (he beat Chris Jericho just a few days ago) carry him to victory?



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KENTA vs Rhino
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Jon Good vs Kazuchika Okada - Narf Poit Intercontinental Championship
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Tyler Black vs Claudio Castagnoli - Narf Poit United States Championship
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KENTA vs Rhino
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Jon Good vs Kazuchika Okada - Narf Poit Intercontinental Championship
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Chris Jericho vs Kevin Steen - special referee Shinsuke Nakamura
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Tyler Black vs Claudio Castagnoli - Narf Poit United States Championship
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4,640 fans sold out the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ontario for Narf Poit Wrestling’s first show north of the border: Spring Stampede Wrestling! Unlike the previous two events, the show began with a match!


KENTA vs Rhino

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These two men have been feuding since the first Narf Poit show, and the personal issue between the two really showed! Rhino dominated large portions of the match, using his size and weight advantage to slow KENTA practically to a stop. Eventually, the crowd got KENTA back into the match, and he hoisted Rhino for a Go To Sleep!

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But… no! Rhino slips out behind KENTA, and he backs up, he’s looking for the Gore… OH MY GOD!
KENTA had waited for his spot, and as Rhino lunged through the air for a Gore, connected with his Busaiku Knee to the head of Rhino for the win after 11:30!





After the match, Matti Wild slid into the ring and nailed KENTA with a Super Kick, then followed it up with an Unprettier! Apparently, the issues between Wild and KENTA aren’t fully resolved yet, either!








The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) vs The Family (Bray Rotunda & Brodie Lee) (C)
Narf Poit Tag Team Championships


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A pretty standard, but entertaining, tag team match. The match saw the MCMG come out of the gate hot, only for The Family to gain control and isolate Shelley from his partner for the majority of the match. Eventually, Shelley fought back into the match and laid out both himself and Bray with a Cross Body Block. Both men made the tags to their respective partners, and Sabin came in like a house of fire, absolutely running roughshod over Brodie, until Brodie hit a Big Boot. Then, in an uncharacteristic act for the huge man, he started to climb to the top rope, possibly looking for a Moonsault!

Suddenly, Sabin appeared under his legs, hooking him into a Powerbomb position, then Shelley, mustering all the strength he could, scurried up to join Brodie on the top rope!

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Oh my God! Made! In! Detroit! This one is over!
And indeed, it was! Sabin pinned Brodie, and after 11:49, we had new Narf Poit Tag Team Champions!







Jon Good vs Kazuchika Okada (C)
Narf Poit Intercontinental Championship


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This rematch from last month’s show wasted no time putting the pedal to the metal, as these two put on the best match of the night so far! The action was back and forth, and the end came after 13:08 when El Generico came to ringside. This distracted Good, who was yelling at Generico until Okada came up behind him, grabbed his wrist and nailed a Rainmaker to retain!








Chris Jericho vs Kevin Steen
Special Referee: Shinsuke Nakamura

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This intensely personal match told a great story, not only of two wrestlers who hate each other and will do whatever it takes to win, but also of the conflicted referee, who wanted nothing more than revenge on Steen for injuring him, but wanted to be honourable and call the match down the middle. Towards the end of the match, Steen hit Jericho with a Package Piledriver, and went for the cover. Nakamura seemed troubled, but did indeed get down for the pin, as Steen stared straight into his eyes as he made the count.

Unfortunately for Steen, Jericho kicked out at two and ninety-nine one-hundredths! Steen was incensed, and blamed Nakamura’s hesitation. He pushed Nakamura, and you could see Shinsuke’s expression change. As Steen went over to pick up Jericho to administer more punishment, Shinsuke lined up a Bomaye, but the roar of the crowd tipped off Steen, and he ducked, sending Nakamura’s knee right into Jericho’s face!

Steen was delighted by this, but he wasn’t done. He dragged the limp Jericho up to the top rope, hooked him up and delivered an incredible Top Rope Package Piledriver for the three!





As Jericho slowly makes his way backstage, clearly in a lot of pain, he almost trips over something…



Head referee, Mike Mongoose!

Not only was Mongoose (Yes, that’s his real name...) lying unconscious on the ground, but his referee shirt had been removed from his body…






Claudio Castagnoli (C) vs Tyler Black
Narf Poit United States Championship


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Both men were in the ring, but there was no referee! That didn’t stop these two starting the fight, even if the match couldn’t begin officially, though! This feud had become intensely personal, with Black showing a side of him that most would believe existed when he draped the United States flag over Castognoli in a display that didn’t endear him to the American crowd he did it in front of, much less this raucous Canadian audience!

They brawled all over the ringside area, throwing the rulebook out the window, with Black eventually gaining control for a fairly long period of the match. Back in the ring, Black unravelled a huge American flag on the mat, and appeared to be preparing to Curb Stomp Claudio onto it in another display of disrespect, when Thoruf Marius’ music hit!


Marius was wearing Mike Mongoose’s referee shirt!

Well, maybe “wearing” is a generous word, as Marius is a monster of a man, and Mongoose must wear a medium, but his intentions were clear. Marius grabbed the timekeeper and demanded he started the match, at which point Marius climbed into the ring and flattened Black with a vicious Clothesline, which gave Castognoli enough time to get up and hit the Neutraliser on Black for the win after (an unofficial time of) 13:21!







After the match, The Family ran down to the ring and beat down Thoruf Marius, clearly upset at his lack of loyalty and focus on his own issues, rather than theirs.






Brian Kendrick vs Ryback Reeves

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As soon as the referee rang the bell, Kendrick tried to climb out of the cage, but wasn’t quick enough, so Ryback grabbed him and threw him around (and into) the cage for several minutes. Ryback was having a lot of fun punishing Kendrick, and the crowd was eating it up. Eventually, he decided he had done enough damage, and motioned for the referee to open the cage door. As he climbed out… suddenly the door slammed shut into his head!

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WHAT THE- who did that?!

The Ascended?!

O’Reilly and Eöus pushed the referee away and entered the cage through the open door as Ryback stumbled to his feet, bloody and groggy from the hit from the cage door. The Ascended proceeded to beat down Ryback mercilessly, paying no attention to Kendrick, who slowly recovered and dragged himself out of the cage door, falling to victory at the 10:54 mark!







Cody Rhodes (C) vs Pentagon Jr
Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship


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Cody came into this match looking to make history as the first man to ever successfully defend the Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship. Pentagon won the Último Dragón Memorial Ladder match to earn this opportunity, and hopes the momentum from that win and a subsequent victory over Chris Jericho will carry him to victory! The two men put on a spectacle of a match, which ended with a Cross Rhodes for the three-count and the history-making retention after 21:57.




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  • This week’s edition of Try To Take Over The World will come to you live from the SEFCU Arena in Guilderland, New York! The announced card for the show consists of qualifying matches for an upcoming match to determine the next challenger for Cody Rhodes’ Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship:
    • Bray Rotunda & Tyler Black vs Claudio Castagnoli & Thoruf Marius
    • Pentagon Jr vs Ryback Reeves
    • El Generico vs Jon Good
  • Who will win, and take a step closer to challenging for the Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship?
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Chris Jericho announced a number one contender’s match for Cody Rhodes’ Narf Poit Heavyweight Championship in two weeks. It will contain him, plus the winners of tonight’s matches.



In a decent match, Bray Rotunda and Tyler Black defeated Claudio Castagnoli and Thoruf Marius in 10:33 when Bray Rotunda defeated Thoruf Marius by pinfall with a Swinging Reverse STO after Brodie Lee interfered.



Bray Rotunda cuts a promo after the match, telling Thoruf Marius that “that’s what happens when you don’t support your family.”



In a decent match, Ryback Reeves defeated Pentagon Jr in 10:58 when Pentagon Jr was disqualified when Ryan O'Connor and Victor Eöus ran in and attacked Ryback Reeves.



Jon Good had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with El Generico.



In a decent match, El Generico drew with Jon Good in 7:56 following a double disqualification when referee Mike Mongoose couldn’t get either man under control.



After the match, El Generico and Jon Good won't stop fighting and despite the attempts by security to break them up, it's an all out brawl to the back.



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  • This week’s Try To Take Over The World will come to you live from the SpiritBank Event Center in Bixby, Oklahoma! Following the passing of wrestling legend, Pat Patterson this past week, Chris Jericho took to Twitter to announce an 8-man tournament to crown a number one contender for the Narf Poit Intercontinental Championship, culminating in South America, much like Patterson’s legendary (if somewhat questionable) victory in Rio de Janeiro to become the WWE’s first ever Intercontinental Champion! This week, there will be two first-round matches:
    • Jack Evans vs Tyler Black
    • Jon Good vs Ryback Reeves
  • There will also be a non-tournament match:
    • Chris Jericho & El Generico vs Cody Rhodes & Kazuchika Okada
  • Will the two champions gel as a team, or will their potential challengers gain momentum? (El Generico will be in an Intercontinental title tournament match next week!)
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Chris Jericho announced an 8-man tournament to decide the next challenger for Kazuchika Okada’s Intercontinental Championship in honour of the late Pat Patterson. This brought out El Generico, who Jericho announced would have a spot in the tournament next week. Generico requested that he and Jericho, as “fellow Canadians… I mean, a Canadian and a Mexican” team up tonight, which brought out Narf Poit Heavyweight Champion, Cody Rhodes. Rhodes volunteered to be on the other side of the ring, which finally brought out Okada! Okada and Rhodes shook hands, and the main event was set!



In a decent match, Jack Evans defeated Tyler Black in 7:34 by pinfall with a fast roll up after Claudio Castagnoli ran in and attacked Black.



Claudio Castagnoli slid into the ring to celebrate with Jack Evans, until Tyler Black slid back into the ring with a chair! Castagnoli ducked a swing and escaped the ring, leading Black to hit Evans in the gut with the chair, followed by a Curb Stomp onto the chair! At that point, Castagnoli rushed back into the ring and Black fled.



In a good match, Jon Good defeated Ryback Reeves in 11:11 by pinfall with an One Hitter after a distraction from Ryan O'Connor and Victor Eöus.



After the match, Good, O’Connor and Eöus beat down Ryback, until El Generico ran down to the ring and cleared house!



In a decent match, Cody Rhodes and Kazuchika Okada defeated Chris Jericho and El Generico in 14:09 when Kazuchika Okada defeated Chris Jericho by pinfall with a Rainmaker.



After the match, all four men celebrated for the fans, and led a “Pat! Pat! Pat!” chant to close the show.



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