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Unread 02-14-2018, 06:36 PM
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NEO
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Burning Junior Championship
Sensational Dragon (C)
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Elemental III
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Eisaku Hoshino
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Burning Junior Tag Team Championship
Ring of Fire (C)
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Winners Get Tournament Spots
Tadakuni Toshusai, Masaaki Okazaki, and Heihachiro Sakai
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Matthew Keith
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BONUS QUESTION:
Who takes the fall or taps out in the main event? Nakasawa
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Unread 02-15-2018, 02:41 AM
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BHOTWG Warrior Globe

Hiroaki Nakasawa, Tadiyuki Kikkawa, and Yoshimi Mushashibo vs. NEO
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Burning Junior Championship
Sensational Dragon (C) vs. MYSTIC Dragon
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Marihito Masuko vs. Elemental III
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Kinnojo Horri vs. Eisaku Hoshino vs. Tasuku Iesada
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Burning Junior Tag Team Championship
Ring of Fire (C) vs. American Panther
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Winners Get Tournament Spots
Tadakuni Toshusai, Masaaki Okazaki, and Heihachiro Sakai vs. Mitsunari Fugunaga, Chuichi Sanda, and Eiji Hamacho
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Nissho Yuasa vs. Matthew Keith
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BONUS QUESTION:
Who takes the fall or taps out in the main event?
Tadayuki Kikkawa
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TCW The War To Settle The Score 2016

TCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Aaron Andrews (C) vs Wolf Hawkins
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TCW International Championship Match
Marc Speed (C) vs Jay Chord
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TCW World Tag Team Championship Match
The Machines (C) vs Alliance of Violence (Peak & Bulldozer)
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TCW Junior Heavweight Cup Final
Benny Benson vs Edd Stone
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Total Champions League Final Qualifying Match
Troy Tornado vs Bryan Vessey
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Grudge Match - If The Behemoths lose they can no longer be managed by Floyd Goldworthy
American Buffalo, Joel Bryant & The Behemoths vs Rocky Golden, RDJ, Mr. Lucha III and Mighty Mo
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10-man Tag Match
Adrenaline Orchestra (Sammy Bach, Nelson Callum, Matt Hocking & The New Wave) vs Joshua Taylor, Bart Biggins, Danny Fonzarelli & The Elite
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BONUS QUESTION:
What wrestler gets the pinfall victory in the grudge match between Rocky/RDJ and The Behemoths?
Going with Rocky here.
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Unread 02-17-2018, 08:58 PM
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Pre-Show:
Harrison Hash defeats Mountie Mann by submission after the Montreal Deep Sleeper in 9:58 (C)

Stone's Notes: Standard pre-show match.

NOTBPW Championship Wrestling, February 2016, Week Four
Attendance: 6,637 at Edmonton Grandstand
Commentary Team: Samuel Curran & Tom Townsend

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Welcome everyone to NOTBPW Championship Wrestling! The final edition of NOTBPW Championship Wrestling for February starts with Johnny Bloodstone making his way down to the ring to a chorus of jeers. Bloodstone says that he made a huge impact at the end of Clash Classic when he attacked not one, but two DeColts. Bloodstone says that his first step in his plan for domination of NOTBPW came along very nicely and it's now time to execute phase two, winning the NOTBPW Canadian Championship! Before Bloodstone can continue...




















































Ricky DeColt appears on the video screen!

Ricky says that he is pissed that Johnny Bloodstone did what he did to him at Clash Classic. Ricky says that because of that, he went to Victoria Stone-McFly and got himself a match with Bloodstone in the main event tonight! Ricky says that Bloodstone had a lot of nerve interrupting the main event of Clash Classic, so tonight, he will get the ass-kicking of a lifetime! Ricky finishes by saying that Bloodstone thinks he's all high and mighty, well tonight, Ricky's going to prove that he is nothing more than a weak excuse of a man.

Stone's Notes: Ricky/Bloodstone for the main event, for the second time ever!


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Stone's Notes: The Thunder & Lightning experiment may be coming to an end soon.

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After that match is over, we cut to Victoria Stone-McFly backstage. Victoria says that she is proud to announce a very special tournament. Victoria says that the tournament is called the NOTBPW Elite Series. It is an eight man tournament featuring eight of the best NOTBPW wrestlers. The winner of this tournament will get a NOTBPW Canadian Championship match and a match against a wrestler of their choosing from any other company in the world! Victoria finishes by announcing that the tournament starts tonight with a match between Cameron Vessey & Sean McFly!

Stone's Notes: I wonder where this will go.


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Stone's Notes: The Ice Men are on time decline, The Aces are pretty good.

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Stone's Notes: Standard match to make Shooter Sean look good.

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NOTBPW Unlimited Action Championship Match:



Stone's Notes: Very good match between both men, DWN has a very bright future ahead of him.

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After that hellacious match, we cut to Cameron Vessey backstage. Vessey says that he may have gotten exposed for his attack on Duane Stone at Clash Classic, but he feels no regrets! Vessey says that Duane Stone is nothing more than a fossil that deserves to be put to rest and he'll be the one to do that! Vessey says that he has to face one of Duane's friends tonight, Sean McFly. Vessey finishes by saying that tonight will be a preview of what's he going to do to Duane Stone!

Stone's Notes: Vessey/Stone, coming soon!


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NOTBPW Elite Series Quarterfinals Match:



Stone's Notes: Very good match between the present and the future of NOTBPW.

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After the match is over, Cameron Vessey celebrates his victory until...








































































Duane Stone runs in and attacks him!

Duane hits him with a lariat before hitting him with multiple German suplexes. Duane attempts a running powerslam, but Vessey manages to wiggle out and rolls out of the ring. Vessey flees up the ramp and Duane stares him down as we go to commercials.

Stone's Notes: See earlier comment on Stone/Vessey.


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IT'S TIME FOR YOUR MAIN EVENT OF THE EVENING!

DECOLT vs BLOODSTONE, A FIGHT FOR POWER!




Stone's Notes: Despite interference from Steve DeColt, Ricky still pulled out the victory.

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After the match is over, Steve DeColt & Johnny Bloodstone begin beating the living hell out of Ricky DeColt! DeColt hits Ricky with the DeColt Stampede before Bloodstone makes him pass out in the Bloodstone Mutilation. Bloodstone then raises Steve's hand, but then hits him with a belly to belly suplex! Bloodstone throws Steve off the ropes and hits him with a big back body drop before locking him in the Bloodstone Mutilation! NOTBPW Championship Wrestling comes to a close as Bloodstone stands tall over both DeColt brothers.

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Stone's Notes: A lot of things were set up tonight, let's see where they go next week!
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Elite Series Kickoff Press Conference
Streaming live on pghwrestling.com








Hosted by:
Nobuatsu Tatsuko
Keiji Takeda
Sosa Morri



The trio of Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Keiji Takeda and Sosa Morri welcome everyone to the kickoff press conference for the annual ELITE Series Tournament.

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Tatsuko:

Greetings Japanese wrestling fans and fans all over the world. With the formation of W.I.R.E this year not only does the ELITE Series winner get to challenge the Glory Crown title holder at an event of his choosing but they will also go on to represent PGHW in the upcoming World Elite Tournament to decide who truly is the best heavyweight wrestler on the planet.

While we at PGHW have always known that we have the best wrestlers in the world, now we will finally get the opportunity to prove it.

But now let's take care of the business at hand. I know most of you have been waiting on us to release this year's field of competitors but first let's see what this year's format looks like.



Sosa Morri:

Yes Mr. Tatsuko, I know the fans are eager to see how this year's format shapes up as well as our scoring system so Takeda-san, please take it away.




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It will be my pleasure Mr Morri. This year's ELITE Series format is as follows:

- 16 competitors split into 4 blocks each

- The 4 wrestlers in each block will face each other in a round robin format

- The 4 wrestlers will accumulate points with the two competitors from each block with the most points moving onto to an 8 man single elimination tournament

- Points are awarded as follows:
2 points for a win
1 point for a draw
0 points for a loss

- The semi-finals and finals of the 8 man single elimination tournament will be held at Night Of GLORY where the winner will be crowned ELITE Series champion.



Sosa Morri:

So now that you all know the rules it's time to meet the competitors:


Representing Block A will be Buddy Garner, Eisaku Kunomasu, Kazushige Matsuka and Ryoma Muruyama.





Representing Block B will be Kozue Kawashima, Tetsunori Yasuda, Seiji Jimbo and Raymond Diaz.





The representatives for Block C are Masaru Ugaki, Akinori Kwakami, Bussho Makiguchi and Funakoshi.






And finally filling out the field from Block D are Yoshimi Mushashibo, Marat Khoklov, Chojiro Kitoaji and Noriyori Sanda.





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For those of you who are just now joining us here is a look at the entire field of competitors:


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Nobuatsu Tatsuka:

We hope all of you are as excited as we are about the ELITE Series. The action kicks off tonight so be sure to tune into The King's Road to see three exciting first round matchups.

On behalf of Keiji Takeda and Sosa Morri, we would like to thank all of you for watching.
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PGHW The Kingís Road
Saturday, Wk 4, February 2016
New Mei Sports Stadium, Kinki, Japan
Attendance - 10,000
Live On Japanese Sports Vision 2
Announce Team: Keiji Takeda & Sosa Morri
Rating: 6.94








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Notes: Just a routine six man tag to get some guys on the card. The pre show jobber king Crappymoto eats the pin again. It brings me great joy to see this man lose. Shuji Inukai mentions that it is a bad idea to put Crappymoto in matches being called in the ring, I think itís a bad idea to let Crappymoto wrestle period.



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The show opens with several of the competitors in the ELITE Series in the ring as the announce team hypes up the most prestigious tournament in professional wrestling which gets underway tonight!



Notes: These are the top guys the crowd paid to see so having them kick off the show seemed like the right idea.



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Notes: KitoGuchi gets their win back after losing match one of the best of 5 series with Brute & Bison. Naga-Mori does what they do best (other than smash people over the head with light tubes), make their opponents look good in a losing effort.

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Elite Series Round 1: Block A








Notes: Iím a little disappointed with this match. I thought these two would have a better showing but oh well, you canít win them all.



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Kozue Kawashima comes out to the ring still fuming from his loss to Marat Khoklov at Night Of ELEVATION. Kawashima promises Khoklov they will meet again and next time, Khoklov will not be victorious.




Notes: I love Kozue, the crowd loves Kozue, everyone loves Kozue! Except for maybe Marat Khoklov. You know who the fans donít love? The announce team, apparently they are atrocious.



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ELITE Series First Round: Block A







Notes: Garner leads Matsuki to a solid B rating. I am more than happy with their performance. Matsuki has great charisma and star quality, if h keeps improving in ring he could be in line for a nice push in the future.



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ELITE Series First Round: Block B






Notes: Yasuda and Jimbo are both great in ring workers, this would have scored hire if Yasuda wasnít nursing an injury.



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Notes: This was a perfectly fine main event with several of our top guys who will be crossing paths during the ELITE Series. Flemmingway eats the pin so the loss doesnít hurt Diaz or Khoklov much.



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After the match Yoshimi the other competitors exit the ring while Mushashibo lingers behind to celebrate a little longer with the fans.


Suddenly Buddy Garnerís music hits as he makes his way to the ring.



Garner warns Mushashibo that after he takes care of business in the ELITE Series heís coming after the Glory Crown.



The show closes with Garner and Mushashibo staring each other down in the middle of the ring.





Notes: These two may be older but they can both still deliver






Notes: Overall Iím happy with a B. With the ELITE Series starting tonight that will be the main focus storyline wise for the next 4 weeks with the other ongoing storylines either taking a backseat or being interwoven into the tournament. I know the two to three people that actually read this are super disappointed Crappymoto isnít in the tournament but there is always next year.

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Great shows guys!
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"You used Hirobumi Takimoto far too much on this show."

I disagree, he wasn't used nearly enough.
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"You used Hirobumi Takimoto far too much on this show."

I disagree, he wasn't used nearly enough.
If he keeps cranking out those E+in ring ratings he might see himself deserving of a push, we are a performance fed after all.
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Unread 02-18-2018, 08:57 PM
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Hoping it isn't too late for me to take part, just caught up with this, awesome stuff!

BHOTWG Warrior Globe

Hiroaki Nakasawa, Tadiyuki Kikkawa, and Yoshimi Mushashibo vs. NEO
Comments: Even though the other team are 3 massive stars, I feel like the unified, permanent team will pick up the win here.

Burning Junior Championship
Sensational Dragon (C) vs. MYSTIC Dragon
Comments: He rules this division.

Marihito Masuko vs. Elemental III
Comments: I was going to pick E3 but I think this sets up for a Mask title shot vs SD.

Kinnojo Horri vs. Eisaku Hoshino vs. Tasuku Iesada
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Burning Junior Tag Team Championship
Ring of Fire (C) vs. American Panther
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Winners Get Tournament Spots
Tadakuni Toshusai, Masaaki Okazaki, and Heihachiro Sakai vs. Mitsunari Fugunaga, Chuichi Sanda, and Eiji Hamacho
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Nissho Yuasa vs. Matthew Keith
Comments: He will never lose, unless its a tag match and FOF gets pinned instead.

BONUS QUESTION: I'm going to say Ino pins Nakasawa, setting up a title shot.
Who takes the fall or taps out in the main event?

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TCW The War To Settle The Score 2016

TCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Aaron Andrews (C) vs Wolf Hawkins
Comments: Do it.

TCW International Championship Match
Marc Speed (C) vs Jay Chord
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TCW World Tag Team Championship Match
The Machines (C) vs Alliance of Violence (Peak & Bulldozer)
Comments: Going for the Syndicate sweep here, though this one especially will be by the skin of their cheating teeth.

TCW Junior Heavweight Cup Final
Benny Benson vs Edd Stone
Comments: Benson might be the best performer in the division right now, but Stone winning could lead to interesting moments with both his partner, and in the WIRE alliance.

Total Champions League Final Qualifying Match
Troy Tornado vs Bryan Vessey
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Grudge Match - If The Behemoths lose they can no longer be managed by Floyd Goldworthy
American Buffalo, Joel Bryant & The Behemoths vs Rocky Golden, RDJ, Mr. Lucha III and Mighty Mo
Comments: I feel I could be wrong, especially on this one.

10-man Tag Match
Adrenaline Orchestra (Sammy Bach, Nelson Callum, Matt Hocking & The New Wave) vs Joshua Taylor, Bart Biggins, Danny Fonzarelli & The Elite
Comments: New alliance needs a win.

BONUS QUESTION:
What wrestler gets the pinfall victory in the grudge match between Rocky/RDJ and The Behemoths? Buffalo.
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Unread 02-19-2018, 12:55 AM
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OK, here we go with BHOTWG Warrior Globe!

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February 2016, Week Four
Location: Kanagawa Stadium
Attendance: 25,657

PRE-SHOW







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FREESTYLE ANGLE: Hiroaki Nakasawa, Tadiyuki Kikkawa, and Yoshimi Mushashibo arrive at the arena together. Nakasawa walks ahead, leaving Kikkawa and Mushashibo alone. Mushashibo reminds Kikkawa that, while they're teammates tonight fighting a common enemy, they may very well be across the ring from one another in the semifinals of the tournament that also includes TCW and NOTBPW. Kikkawa nods, and the two share warrior's stares with one another as we cut to ringside.



Tetsuzan Kaneko: "Having Mushashibo here is a big plus, even if it's just for an engagement that ends with this show. I can't wait to see what he brings to the main event."

MATCH #1: Nissho Yuasa vs. Matthew Keith

Kaneko: "Yuasa can still have decent matches with the right opponents, and Keith may be the best young worker in Japan. With all the matches we've got coming up, this doesn't need to be much, but it should be a fun opener."



Kaneko: "This more than did the job, especially since these two didn't have a lot of time. Even though Yuasa didn't have a great night, Keith kept things going."

MATCH #2 (Winners Get Tournament Spots): Tadakuni Toshusai, Masaaki Okazaki, and Heihachiro Sakai vs. Mitsunari Fugunaga, Chuichi Sanda, and Eiji Hamacho

Kaneko: "We need to fill three spots in the tournament, and this is a nice way to get some of our midcard/upper-midcard guys onto the main show. All six are capable workers, so this could be solid."



Kaneko: "Toshusai, Okazaki, and Sakai all get tournament spots. All three can go with some of the best in the company, so this ensures solid workrate in the first round matches."

MATCH #3 (Burning Junior Tag Team titles): Ring of Fire vs. American Panther

Kaneko: "Nothing complex here. Ring of Fire can have great matches with pretty much any tag team, while American Panther is comprised of two veterans that can still keep up, for the most part."



Kaneko: "Ring of Fire continues their ascent up the ranks, and that's good, because, as you'll see, they're in line for something fun next month at our biggest show."

MATCH #4: Kinnojo Horri vs. Eisaku Hoshino vs. Tasuku Iesada

Kaneko: "These are three of the top four seeds in the tournament, and with them not having much to do leading up to this show, it made sense to throw them together and let them work."



Kaneko: "In typical fashion, all three guys brought their working boots, and this was one of the best matches of the night. Horri picks up the victory, and that's a big one for his momentum heading into the bracket."

MATCH #5: Marihito Masuko vs. Elemental III

Kaneko: "We didn't need to tell these guys much. They'll be given plenty of time, and this could be a potential show-stealer."



Kaneko: "We could've gone either way with the winner, but ultimately, Elemental III is one of the best workers in the company, and he went over. However, the biggest story may be what happened after the match."

FREESTYLE ANGLE: Marihito Masuko gets to his feet, and after teasing a showdown, he and Elemental III shake hands, to the roar of the crowd. They embrace in the ring...but their moment is interrupted by Billy Russell and Tsuneyo Yanagimoto, who run in and beat both men down! Security and paramedics rush out, but Russell and Yanagimoto escape the ring before they get there, holding their tag titles high in the air.



Kaneko: "And here we have the makings of a tag team feud I'm incredibly excited about. Masuko and Elemental had their match against each other, but I think the money is in them together as a unit."

MATCH #6 (Burning Junior Championship): Sensational Dragon vs. MYSTIC Dragon

Kaneko: "Sensational Dragon is the face of our junior division, but it's not like he's the only guy that size who can work. MYSTIC Dragon's been able to gain some momentum, and this match should be a really good one."



Kaneko: "As usual, Sensational Dragon puts forth his usual amazing effort, and he retains the title. It's going to take a lot for someone to be on the same level as our current title-holder, and that's a fun challenge."

MATCH #7: Hiroaki Nakasawa, Tadiyuki Kikkawa, and Yoshimi Mushashibo vs. Koshiro Ino, Yasuhiko Taira, and Yasunobu Masuno

Kaneko: "This is our main event, and it'll be a war. NEO has been built up well, while their opponents need absolutely no introduction."



Kaneko: "As good as this was, I thought it could've been a bit better. Still, it did the job, and Nakasawa looks like a strong champion...for the moment."

FREESTYLE ANGLE: Enraged by the loss, NEO gets revenge after the match, attacking Nakasawa, Kikkawa, and Mushashibo. Kikkawa and Mushashibo are left bloody messes at ringside, while the three members of NEO take turns hitting their finishers on Nakasawa. Ino grabs Nakasawa's title and holds it up high over the champion's prone body as boos rain down from all corners of the arena.



Kaneko: "Well, that makes the main event of Fire Dream of the Immortals pretty obvious, doesn't it?"

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I am definitely on board for a Ring of Fire feud with E3 and Masuko. Great show, Andrew.

Pumped for the ELITE Series as well.
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TCW The War To Settle The Score 2016

Attendance: 30,000
Location: H. Jones Building (Great Lakes)
Shown On: USA Free Choice, Pay-Per-View Services
Buy Rate: 0.64 (320,558 buys)

Announce Team

| - - Peter Michaels - - | - - Kyle Rhodes - - |

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PRE-SHOW

Match #1


Booker's Note: Devine Fortune pick up the win here in a "get people on the card' pre-show bout.

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Match #2


Booker's Note: Huggins, Gauge, and EY get the victory here over an enhancement guy to help with momentum

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MAIN CARD

Total Champions League Hype Video



Your standard intro video recaps the Total Champions League (TCL) qualifying match-ups leading up to the final qualifying match between Vessey and Tornado.

It also recaps Peter Michaels tournament announcement and introduces the scoring system that will be used:

Win = 2 points
Draw = 1 point
Loss = 0 points

* Tiebreaker will be head-to-head match-up results

The winners of each block will face off at TCW Just Another Day? 2016

The video ends with a graphic that reads "BLOCKS WILL BE ANNOUNCED TONIGHT"

Grade: B+

Booker's Note: Re-intro TCL, go over points system, and setup Vessey vs. Tornado next

TCW Total Champions League Participants




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Match #1: TCL Qualifier for the Final Spot In Total Champions League


Booker's Note: Vessey grabs the final spot in the 2016 version of the TCL. Tornado spent all month avoiding him at all costs, but eventually fell to the Vessey Driver as the veteran gets the win.

TCW Total Champions League Official Participants




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TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup Final Hype Video



A video recapping the tournament to crown the inaugural TCW Junior Triple Crown Champion and TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup. Past champions of The Cruiserweight and All Action titles best moments are shown like Benson, Stone, Andrews, Bach, Chord, Fortune and Huggins. The participants also weigh-in on what the titles have meant to them in the past and put over the "modern style" of pro wrestling it represents.

Grade: B-

Booker's Note: Recap the tournament and hype up Benson vs. Stone for the TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup Final

TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup Bracket


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Match #2: TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup Final





Booker's Note: Benson, our best Junior style worker nabs the win here, but it's not without shenanigans. Stone had just hit his finish "Party's Over" when Huggins music hit to make his way out to take part in the championship celebration. Huggins went crazy celebrating on the ramp for his Canadian Animals partner, but unfortunately for Stone this caused more distraction than good, as he was late to cover Benson.

Benson kicked out, regained his composure and hit a Shockwave From Next Year on Stone to become the inaugural TCW Junior Triple Crown Champion and winner of the TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup.

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TCW Junior Triple Crown Championship Celebration


Benson celebrates his win as an irate Stone and Huggins bicker back and forth. Peter Michaels hops in the ring to "officially" crown Benny Benson as the inaugural TCW Junior Triple Crown Champion and winner of the TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup.

Part of the ceremony is Freddy Huggins, as the last holder of the TCW All Action Championship giving Michaels the belt to oficially combine the belt's lineage. Michaels hands the All Action and Cruiserweight titles to a ringside staff member and unveils the new TCW Junior Triple Crown Championship from a black case at ringside.

The segment ends with Stone and Huggins continuing to argue up the ramp while Benson celebrates in the ring with both the title and Cup championship trophy.



Grade: A

Booker's Note: Give Benson his moment in the sun. Officially combine the lineage of the All Action, Cruiserweight, and Junior Triple Crown titles. Sow the seeds of discontent between the Canadian Animals.

Final TCW Junior Heavyweight Cup Bracket


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Bach Walking Promo On Way To the Ring


Bach grabs the mic on his way to the ring and talks, sings, and air guitars his way to the ring with the other members of Adrenaline Orchestra, all clad in matching blue.



Grade: B+

Booker's Note: Sammy is a Rock Star. Give that man the mic!

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Match #3


Booker's Note: Adrenaline Orchestra's (AO) cohesiveness are too much for the other squad as Sammy eventually fells Chandler with an Adrenaline Shot.

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Michaels Announces Total Champions League Block A Participants


Peter Michaels announces the Block A TCL participants and how they qualified for the tournament.

Ricky Dale Johnson (World Heavyweight - Jan 2015)
Rocky Golden (World Heavyweight - Nov 2015)
Mighty Mo (International - Mar 2015)
Marc Speed (International - Current)
Sammy Bach (International Cup - Jan 2016)
Bryan Vessey (Qualifying win over Troy Tornado)

Each man is brought out on the stage as they are announced.

Grade: A

Booker's Note: Group of Death?
RDJ, Rocky, Bach, Vessey, Mo, and Speed all have championship pedigree. It's going to be a dog-fight to see who comes out on top of this very competitive block.

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Match #4: Grudge Match - If The Behemoths lose they can no longer be managed by Floyd Goldworthy


Hype Video Grade: B

Booker's Note: The pressure clearly gets to Floyd here as he's constantly in The Behemoths ear throughout the match. The final "conference" he calls with Titan allows Mr. Lucha III an opening and he finishes Titan with a Third Strike. Mr. Lucha III picks up a big PPV win in only his 3rd TCW match.

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The Behemoths Put Floyd Goldworthy Through A Table


Clearly fed up with Floyd's meddling, and no longer under his tutelage, The Behemoths put an exclamation point on the breakup by putting Goldworthy through a table at ringside.

Rocky and RDJ are all smiles moving on from this feud with Floyd. Everyone makes there way up the ramp. Rocky lingers for a second at the top of the ramp and nods to the fallen Goldworthy still in a heap at ringside.

Grade: B+

Booker's Note: RDJ/Rocky can finally move on from their respective feuds and get ready for TCL action next month.

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Michaels Announces Total Champions League Block B Participants


Peter Michaels announces the Block B TCL participants and how they qualified for the tournament.

Wolf Hawkins (World Heavyweight - May 2015)
Aaron Andrews (World Heavyweight - Current)
Jay Chord (International - Aug 2015)
Bart Biggins (International - Dec 2015)
Eddie Peak (Qualifying win over Human Arsenal)
Joshua Taylor (Qualifying win over Scout)

Each man is brought out on the stage as they are announced. Hawkins and Andrews start on opposite sides of the stage but by the end are nose to nose with Andrews holding the World Heavyweight Title aloft.

Grade: A

Booker's Note: Guaranteed a few interesting threads out of this block.
We will see Andrews/Wolf II, The Syndicate's top dogs square off, and if Peak, Taylor, and Biggins can take a giant leap forward with some excellent matches underway.

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Match #5: TCW International Championship Match





Hype Video Grade: B

Booker's Note: Chord was clearly playing possum last week as his arm has 100% here. He teased the injury early in the match, but hung up Speed when Speed went for a Flying Armbar. A Super DDT off the top and a Cradle Piledriver finished him off as Chord began his 3rd International Championship reign.

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Match #6: TCW World Tag Team Championship Match





Hype Video Grade: B+

Booker's Note: Strength in numbers. Wolf mentioned how they would deal with AOV after their attack in the run-up to The War To Settle The Score 2016. The numbers game is just too much as Peak gets distracted with Chord and Gauge on the outside. Human Arsenal puts BBS away with an Ammo Dump after a low-blow from Hill on BBS when the ref was tossing the rest of The Syndicate out and back was turned.

The Machines slide out of the ring quickly and regroup with the rest of The Syndicate on the ramp.

Peak is staring a hole through all 5 members and you can see him mouth "I'll see you in the TCL" to Chord and Hawkins.

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Match #7: TCW World Heavyweight Championship Match





Hype Video Grade: A

Booker's Note: 20 minutes of action that will leave you breathless. These two men pull out all the stops and look to steal the show. This match had no slow build, it was pedal-down from the time the bell rang to the final 3-count.

Andrews continually looked to the back throughout the match for the cavalry that never came, as the other 4 Syndicate members positioned themselves on the ramp to wall-off any "surprises" Andrew had.

Andrews tried every under-handed move in the book to retain, but The Syndicate's alpha-dog was just too much for him in the end. A Full Moon Rising from Wolf officially gave him his 3rd TCW World Heavyweight Championship.

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The Syndicate Celebrate In the Ring




Draped in gold, the 5 Syndicate members celebrate with the World Heavyweight, International, and World Tag Team titles.

Wolf grabs the mic:
"The Syndicate is often imitated but never replicated. I told you this is our time to show everyone what they already know. We are the best, the litmus test around here for greatness. Now, if you want a shot at gold, you have to go through us. Think whatever you will, but just as it's always been here at TCW...
These dogs run this yard"

The 5 men hold the titles up high as the show fades to black.

Grade: A

Booker's Note: The Syndicate sweeps the 3 closing title matches and walk into the TCL with (almost - save for the Junior Triple Crown) all the gold.

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SHOW RECAP



Booker's Note: A! Wolf/Andrews delivered HUGE in the main event and the TCL is setup for next month. Thanks for following along!

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February 2016 - Pick 'em Results

1. DatIsraeliGuy (79% - 11/14 correct)
2. Kijar (76% - 22/29 correct)
3. bonnie (71% - 10/14 correct)
4. KnowYourEnemy (69% - 20/29 correct)
5. CobheadJake (64% - 9/14 correct)
6. MisterRomanini (62% - 18/29 correct)

That makes @DatIsraeliGuy our winner for February!

We'd also like to declare @Kijar as a winner for having the highest percentage while participating in all 4 shows!

@DatIsraeliGuy and @Kijar please private message me your pick of which tag to to add to the company of your choice below! (1 total, not 1 per company)

TCW
- The Ring Generals (Marv Statler and Dean Waldorf)
- The American Cobras (Storm Spillane and Marvel Malloy)
- Ash Campbell (to reunite The Philly Blondes with Nelson Callum)

BHOTWG
- Angel De Mexico (to reunite La Nueva Era with Hijo Del Relampago)
- The American Cobras (Marvel Malloy/Storm Spillane)
- Barry Griffin/Henry Bennett

PGHW
- Furusawa (PPA) & Miyazaki (Written)
- KAZ (to complete his team w/Miyamoto)
- Narahashi & Torii (PPA)

NOTBPW
- The Dirty White Boys
- The Inner City Express
- Nest of Vipers
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Default March 2016 Total Champions League Pick 'Em

I will be running a TCW only pick 'em in which the winner will get to make TCW's draft pick for April.

The winner will be the forum member who accumulates the most points throughout the TCW Total Champions League:
- 2 points - closest in point total to the final group standings
- 3 points - picking the block runner up
- 4 points - picking the block winner
- 5 points - picking the inaugural Total Champions League winner

Pick 'em form below




Total Champions League Winner:

Block A
Winner:
Runner-Up:

Block A Group Play
Ricky Dale Johnson - 0 points
Rocky Golden - 0 points
Mighty Mo - 0 points
Marc Speed - 0 points
Sammy Bach - 0 points
Bryan Vessey - 0 points

(Each Block should add up to 30 total points as you make your picks - max for a single worker is 10 points)


Block B
Winner:
Runner-Up:

Block B Group Play
Wolf Hawkins - 0 points
Aaron Andrews - 0 points
Jay Chord - 0 points
Bart Biggins - 0 points
Eddie Peak - 0 points
Joshua Taylor - 0 points

(Each Block should add up to 30 total points as you make your picks - max for a single worker is 10 points)

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