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Golden Dawn (Gakusha, SUKI & MYSTIC Dragon) vs The Kingdom (King, Glenn & Cornell)
Black Cobra vs Yoshinaka Taku
Pride (Koiso, Kawashima, Amagawa & Crimson Dragon) vs The Syndicate (Nakasawa, Toshusai, Toshusai & Sakai)
Jay Chord vs Toshiharu Hyobanshi
Demolition (Nariaki Hitomi & Tsurayuki Kamachi) vs Team Breakdown (Eisaku Hoshino & Mito Miwa)
Mabuchi Furusawa vs Velocidad
BAKUHATSU (Emerald Angel, Dark Optimus & Elemental IV) vs ELITE 2000 (Tsubouchi, Scarlet Samurai II & White Samurai)
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I just wanted to lay the cards on the table and tell you guys how I got lucky enough to get Champagne Lover and to have Keith as my owner.
Have you seen my NGW roster? I never broke a R2G rule and I got the likes of Marat Khoklov, Marihito Masuko, Edward Cornell and a ton of other major names as a European promotion. Well, maybe it was easier because I used the 97 CVerse mod and grabbed them almost as soon as they debuted, guess it's not the same in the 2010 mod. My equivalent would be grabbing Tommy Cornell and Angry Gilmore during my first years but failing to grow fast enough to keep them.

Appreciate the shout-out, now that you've edited those posts (and I read a lot of stuff, such as Black Cobra's bio!) I just had to come back and drop an extra response.
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Have you seen my NGW roster? I never broke a R2G rule and I got the likes of Marat Khoklov, Marihito Masuko, Edward Cornell and a ton of other major names as a European promotion. Well, maybe it was easier because I used the 97 CVerse mod and grabbed them almost as soon as they debuted, guess it's not the same in the 2010 mod. My equivalent would be grabbing Tommy Cornell and Angry Gilmore during my first years but failing to grow fast enough to keep them.

Appreciate the shout-out, now that you've edited those posts (and I read a lot of stuff, such as Black Cobra's bio!) I just had to come back and drop an extra response.
I've been following it since it came out! My first R2G was in 97 as well and I also landed a ton of ridiculous big names before getting big, like Tommy Cornell, Masuka, and a bunch of tremendous talent. I finished it in 6 years and have played out another 4 or so since. It's a really great starting point to built a crazy star studded roster and I really enjoyed it!

And you are quite welcome, thanks again for the continued support!

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I am also back on board. I was really enjoying the SAISHO diary so this should be fun to see a slightly different spin on BCG.
Super happy to have you back on board. I have been greatly enjoying your work in my off time, and am happy to have your support! I hope this one can live up to the SAISHO hype haha.

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This really is a great start, just wanted to echo that. The biggest compliment I can give is that I want you to upload the save 😂

This really is a dream roster.
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This really is a great start, just wanted to echo that. The biggest compliment I can give is that I want you to upload the save 😂

This really is a dream roster.
Thank you! I can see about uploading the save if you want to play around with it. My roster actually has over a hundred people with 20 more in development. I'm worried that in May I'm going to have to cut a bunch of my people and possibly one of my developmental companies, which would be super unfortunate. I run an event literally every day of the week as I work to build momentum for other workers and try to find tag team chemistry. Lots of work but lots of fun.
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The Challengers Series 2016 Day 1

Kiyoisha Tokuoka and Takeji Komagata call the action from their announcers table for the first time ever on the Black Canvas Grappling Network, and the excitement in intense in front of the 65,000 person crowd in Kyoto, Japan, the home of BCG. The two keep mentioning that this is a historic night for two reasons, and reiterate the Challenger Series format before getting into the show proper.





Opening Match

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BAKUHATSU vs ELITE 2000

A stellar showcase of Junior Heavyweight action as the fiery young men in BAKUHATSU take on the cocky ELITE 2000. Each man has a chance to showcase their skills as Emerald Angel and Dark Optimus take to the skies in a beautiful double suicide dive while Elemental IV strikes away at Masao in the ring, taking his legs out so he can't use his own aerial offence. When Masao does manage to take the advantage, White Samurai hits a gorgeous moonsault followed by one from Scarlet Samurai and then one from Tsubouchi as the three completely lay into Elemental. ELITE keep the advantage for much of the match before Emerald Angel gets the hot tag and him and Dark Optimus clear the ring before Emerald Angel hits a gorgeous Angel Fury on Scarlet Samurai II for the pin and the win.
Winners: BAKUHATSU
Finish: Angel Fury (720 Splash) on Scarlet Samurai II for the pinfall.
Rating: 92





Match 2 - Tournament Match
VS
Mabuchi Furusawa vs Velocidad

In a true clash of styles, the young high flyer from Mexico Velocidad took on the Strong Style Specialist and son of legendary Hanshiro Furusawa, Mabuchi Furusawa in a barnburner of a match. Furusawa had a clear plan and worked Velocidad over with shin kicks and submission holds that targeted the legs, trying to take away the weapons of the high flyer. Velocidad would turn it around by hitting a pelee kick followed up by triple moonsaults, but when he went for the third one off of the top rope Furusawa drove his knees into the Luchador's stomach, taking the wind out of his sails. The match went back and forth for its entire 22 minute duration until Furusawa went for a thunderous lariat which Velocidad countered into a beautiful Rana to set him up for the Velocidad Tornado for the pinfall.
Winner: Velocidad
Finish: Velocidad Tornado (Tornado DDT) for the Pin.
Rating: 87





Match 3
VS
Demolition vs Team Breakdown

A match between two teams who have come to know one another quite well over the past couple of years, there was never a break in the hard hitting heavyweight tag team action as two former World Tag Team championship winners faced off. Stiff shots were traded back and forth, chain suplexes and trading lariats and elbows. The entire crowd was on its feet when Miwa and Kamachi were on the outside of the ring and Hoshino hit Hitomi with a thunderous Godzilla Plunge that everyone was positive was going to put the match away until Kamachi managed to break it up. Demolition would double team Hoshino and hit him with a disgusting looking powerbomb/reverse Double Knee facebreaker (codebreaker). He managed to make it to the corner to tag in Miwa, who ran directly into the same move before Kamachi put him into a Scorpion Deathlock, obliterating the already weakened back and causing the submission from the Pride Warrior.
Winners: Demolition
Finish: Tsurayuki Kamachi forced Mito Miwa to submit to a Scorpion Deathlock.
Rating: 95





Match 4 - Tournament Match
VS
Jay Chord vs Toshiharu Hyobanshi

The working agreement between MAW and BCG made this match possible as the son of Rip Chord made his Japanese debut in a BCG ring against a man who had been touted as the new Kikkawa in Toshiharu Hyobanshi. While the Japanese style is much harder hitting than the young Chord may have been used too, he still looked like a star between the ropes, handling himself tremendously well against the much larger Hyobanshi. He managed to bait him into a position where he was able to counter him into a Super DDT for a near 3 count, and looked to be setting up his cradle piledriver finisher, but Hyobanshi got out of it and tossed Chord into the ropes before nailing him with a massive Lariat. Chord was clearly stunned and couldn't doo much when Hyobanshi took him up for a ride and introduced him to the mat with a thunderous Nova Bomb Redux for the 1 2 3.
Winner: Toshiharu Hyobanshi
Finish: Nova Bomb Redux for the pinfall.
Rating: 83





Match 5

VS

PRIDE vs The Syndicate

The World Heavyweight Champion went right after the Wrestler of the Year, not wanting to waste a second as he smashed his knee into PRIDE Koiso's sternum, causing the man to stop dead in his tracks. That set the pace for the twenty four minute war that followed as the eight men in the match all looked like they had something to prove. At one point it looked like Crimson Dragon was gaining momentum with Heihachiro Sakai on the mat and he jumped to the top rope to pull off a gorgeous looking Corkscrew 630 senton that was countered and ended up with his opponent's knees directly in his back, putting him out for quite a while. He would tag in Kawashima, who put on a wrestling clinic that culminated with an extremely brutal looking Go To Sleep to Nakasaka that would end up fracturing his cheek bone, something that didn't seem to phaze the champ too much as he continued to work through the match with the injury. It would get to a point where Dragon was on the apron and Nichiren would take him in, their teammates on the outside as Dragon once again went to the top rope and attempted to hit a moonsault on the standing Champ, who would catch the much smaller man and plunge him down to the mat with a sickening sound with the H-Bomb for the pin.
Winners: The Syndicate
Finish: Hiroaki Nakasawa hits an H-Bomb on Crimson Dragon for the pin.
Rating: 91





Match 6 - Tournament Match
VS
Black Cobra vs Yoshinaka Taku

In the final tournament match of the night the extremely experienced Black Cobra took on young second generation wrestler Yoshinaka Taku. Cobra's inclusion in the tournament was a massive surprise to all as it had been rumoured that he was nursing a shoulder injury. Injury or not, Air Stone was on full display against the youngster as Black Cobra broke out all of his high risk moves, not slowed at all by age. The match looked like it was turning around when Taku hit Cobra in the shoulder with an impressive kick, causing a visible wince from the veteran and allowing the youngster to zero in his offence and ground the Stone brother. He focused in strikes and holds to stretch and damage the injured limb and it looked like he was going to take Cobra down as he set up his Full Nelson Bomb, but Stone was able to get out of it and take Taku off of his feet, latching onto him and twisting him into the Alabaster Agony hold, forcing the youngster to tap out. Taku looked brilliant here, even in defeat against the twenty year veteran, and the crowd loved him the entire time.
Winner: Black Cobra
Finish: Alabaster Agony (Kimura) for the submission victory.
Rating: 81





Main Event

VS

Lionheart vs The Kingdom

The Business Edward Cornell started in the ring against The Golden Lion Hiroyasu Gakusha, the two heavyweight brawlers clashing in a flurry of fists, elbows and knees that wouldn't let up until Cornell grabbed Gakusha and drove him into The Kingdom's corner. It was there that the gaijin team began to take the advantage as the three men started to assault Gakusha to the boos of the crowd, shouting back at them in English as they would double and triple team the beloved former Ace of GCG. Gakusha would eventually break out of the corner when he would lift both Glenn and King and suplex the two of them and then move for the tag to SUKI, who exploded into the match and hit all three members of The Kingdom with massive Lariats. He would take the fight to King, who fired back with stiff strikes of his own, staggering the man with a massive kick to the head and a Lariat of his own. SUKI and King would tag out as Dragon and KC Glenn clashed, MYSTIC Dragon setting up his Dragon Driver III before countered and completely destroyed by Glenn's tremendous Super Kick finisher. He would tag in King and the two of them would hit Dragon with tandem running shin strikes to the head, their Darkness Falls team finisher as Cornell would clear the apron and then Glenn and Cornell kept the other two at bay as King locked MYSTIC Dragon into the Hail to the King for the submission win. He would keep the hold locked in long after the bell had rang, causing more boos from the crowd before letting go and picking up his Junior Heavyweight title.
Winners: The Kingdom
Finish: Calvin King made MYSTIC Dragon submit to the Hail to the King (Boston Crab)
Rating: 98

King would grab a microphone and speak to his challenger for the Challenger Series event, Emerald Angel, prompting the luchador to make his way into the ring. King would tell Angel, in English, that he could respect where the High Flyer had come from. He was a good worker, one who put on pretty good matches, but he wasn't a great worker. He hadn't achieved the status that Marquez, Glenn, Stone, and the truly elite of the company had. He still had to earn that right, and although he was pretty good, he didn't stack up to the leader of The Kingdom, and therefore had no chance of dethroning him in April. "This is MY Kingdom! And nobody is going to take my crown!"

Angel would respond in his native Japanese (with a big pop from the crowd), telling King that he was blatantly disrespectful of the lineage of Junior Heavyweights in Japan and of the Japanese people. He would go on to state that sure, King was the champion, and that meant that he was the "best" in the division, but that Emerald Angel was just as good, if not better. He said that King claimed Angel didn't "deserve" a title shot, but Angel had held the challenger's series title and he would be the first to cash it in. He reminded King that he was one of the innovators of the Junior Heavyweight style, and at Challenger Series, he was going to make sure the fans went home happy. He would then tell King "And I know you can understand me, I know you speak Japanese. Refusing to do so just makes you an asshole." The crowd went wild until King blasted Angel with his title belt, staggering him, and then put him down on the mat with his Regicide spinning back elbow. The show closed out to a massive chorus of boos as The Villain stood tall over his future opponent, title belt held high in the air and foot on his fallen foe's chest.


Show Rating: 96




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Velocidad: I'm the best luchador in the world, and I proved it tonight against Furusawa. Nobody is going to be able to take me down! I'm coming for you next Cobra, be ready!

Mabuchi Furusawa: You gave me a great match Velocidad. I'll get it back though. It's only day one, I'm not out yet!

Black Cobra: There's no denying that Taku has skill, and he may very well be the future of the company, but I'm the here and now. Winning this tournament will prove it.

Yoshinaka Taku: It was an honour to get to wrestle Black Cobra tonight, and while I came up short I think I proved myself out there. There's still four more matches so don't count me out!

Toshiharu Hyobanshi: I've proven myself in the past, but this tournament is another great chance to do it again. Jay Chord is a great young worker, but he got the short straw tonight.

Jay Chord: Nobody on the planet can match my talent. Hyobanshi got lucky tonight, but I'm not too worried. Taku doesn't stand a chance!



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BCG Challengers Series day 2

Main Event
ELITE 2000 (Takayuri 2000, Kadonomaro Kamisaka & Bunrakuken Torii) vs PRIDE (Kazunori Yamura, Oda Yakuta & Crimson Dragon)

Match 6
Toshiharu Hyobanshi vs Mabuchi Furusawa

Match 5
The Kingdom (Antonio Marquez, Edd Stone & Matthew Keith) vs Kensai (Razan Okamoto, Pretty Okakura & Cameron Vessey)

Match 4
Jay Chord vs Yoshinaka Taku

Match 3
The Syndicate (Kazuma Narato, Mokuami Miata & Marihito Masuko) vs RAGE (Commander Kawagishi, Orange Tsuchie & Kid Toma)

Match 2
Black Cobra vs Velocidad

Opening Match
Prodigy vs Mystic Dragon & Fox Mask




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ELITE 2000 (Takayuri 2000, Kadonomaro Kamisaka & Bunrakuken Torii) vs PRIDE (Kazunori Yamura, Oda Yakuta & Crimson Dragon)
Toshiharu Hyobanshi vs Mabuchi Furusawa
The Kingdom (Antonio Marquez, Edd Stone & Matthew Keith) vs Kensai (Razan Okamoto, Pretty Okakura & Cameron Vessey)
Jay Chord vs Yoshinaka Taku
The Syndicate (Kazuma Narato, Mokuami Miata & Marihito Masuko) vs RAGE (Commander Kawagishi, Orange Tsuchie & Kid Toma)
Black Cobra vs Velocidad
Prodigy vs Mystic Dragon & Fox Mask
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Munit - 5/7
Siah463 - 5/7
DarK_RaideR - 4/7

Good job folks, I hope I get to have some fun throwing wrenches into things haha! I've been told I book pretty unpredictable tournaments, but there's a plan behind everything.

Munit and Siah463, Please select one member of the roster each to have an in depth interview with on the network, and I'll happily write them up!
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Munit and Siah463, Please select one member of the roster each to have an in depth interview with on the network, and I'll happily write them up!
I've always really liked Hiroaki Nakasawa, I'll go with him.
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I've always really liked Hiroaki Nakasawa, I'll go with him.
Consider it done! Thanks for joining me here and for following my SAISHO diary as well! It is noticed and greatly appreciated.
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Excellent show

ELITE 2000 (Takayuri 2000, Kadonomaro Kamisaka & Bunrakuken Torii) vs PRIDE (Kazunori Yamura, Oda Yakuta & Crimson Dragon)
Toshiharu Hyobanshi vs Mabuchi Furusawa
The Kingdom (Antonio Marquez, Edd Stone & Matthew Keith) vs Kensai (Razan Okamoto, Pretty Okakura & Cameron Vessey)
Jay Chord vs Yoshinaka Taku
The Syndicate (Kazuma Narato, Mokuami Miata & Marihito Masuko) vs RAGE (Commander Kawagishi, Orange Tsuchie & Kid Toma)
Black Cobra vs Velocidad
Prodigy vs Mystic Dragon & Fox Mask
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ELITE 2000 (Takayuri 2000, Kadonomaro Kamisaka & Bunrakuken Torii) vs PRIDE (Kazunori Yamura, Oda Yakuta & Crimson Dragon)
Toshiharu Hyobanshi vs Mabuchi Furusawa
The Kingdom (Antonio Marquez, Edd Stone & Matthew Keith) vs Kensai (Razan Okamoto, Pretty Okakura & Cameron Vessey)
Jay Chord vs Yoshinaka Taku
The Syndicate (Kazuma Narato, Mokuami Miata & Marihito Masuko) vs RAGE (Commander Kawagishi, Orange Tsuchie & Kid Toma)
Black Cobra vs Velocidad
Prodigy vs Mystic Dragon & Fox Mask
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Even though I'm not that familiar with the GCG/PGHW/BHOTWG regulars, this was an enjoyable show*, with well written match descriptions and some interesting character work in the post-show comments. Well done.
*even if Yoshinaka Taku lost

Main Event
ELITE 2000 (Takayuki 2000, Kadonomaro Kamisaka & Bunrakuken Torii) vs PRIDE (Kazunori Yamura, Oda Yakuta & Crimson Dragon)
My guess is Dragon pins "Serene K" to make up for taking the pin previously

Match 6
Toshiharu Hyobanshi vs Mabuchi Furusawa
Given the time period, Hyobanshi should be a made man while Furusawa's still an up and comer

Match 5
The Kingdom (Antonio Marquez, Edd Stone & Matthew Keith) vs Kensai (Razan Okamoto, Pretty Okakura & Cameron Vessey)
Here's to some dirty, Bullet Club style, tactics

Match 4
Jay Chord vs Yoshinaka Taku
Jay pays the dues, Yoshi regains some credibility

Match 3
The Syndicate (Kazuma Narato, Mokuami Miata & Marihito Masuko) vs RAGE (Commander Kawagishi, Orange Tsuchie & Kid Toma)
I wanna vote for the Syndicate, but feel like RAGE have more upside in total

Match 2
Black Cobra vs Velocidad
Stoney boy seems to be getting a good push and I'm guessing he's at a better place than Velocidad at this stage of their careers

Opening Match
Prodigy vs Mystic Dragon & Fox Mask
If the intro post was anything to go by, Fox Mask scores the pin here
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Well damn. Firstly I wanted to say thank you for the DOTM nominations. They are very much appreciated. Secondly, I wanted to complement you on the amount of work you've put into this diary!! So much time and effort must have been spent, and that's one of my tips for a long-term diary. Put in loads of pre-work for graphics, layout etc. That way you push through those early writers blocks. And thirdly, kind of asking for permission, but basically just telling you that I'm stealing your coding for this:



This box... is cool... I'm having it. Can you change the colour though??



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Well damn. Firstly I wanted to say thank you for the DOTM nominations. They are very much appreciated. Secondly, I wanted to complement you on the amount of work you've put into this diary!! So much time and effort must have been spent, and that's one of my tips for a long-term diary. Put in loads of pre-work for graphics, layout etc. That way you push through those early writers blocks. And thirdly, kind of asking for permission, but basically just telling you that I'm stealing your coding for this:



This box... is cool... I'm having it. Can you change the colour though??



Of course! It uses HTML colour codes, the first one is the boarder and the second is the background! I stole this code from someone else back when I was doing my SAISHO diary several months back and I just really love how clean it looks.
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