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Unread 02-27-2018, 10:25 PM
TetrisTech TetrisTech is offline
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After almost two whole years of being employed by WWE but not wrestling a match, Daniel Bryan, now Bryan Danielson, is released by the WWE. What will he do now, join NJPW and/or ROH? No, something bigger. Introducing: Yes! Wrestling.

Danielson uses his huge popularity and personal wealth to start his own wrestling promotion, named off his catchphrase that rose to popularity alongside him. He uses social media to make the announcement, as well as hype the promotion.

Danielson used his social media to announce that Yes! Wrestling will kick off with a PPV event at the end of January, and will have a weekly TV show on FoxSports2 starting in February. Already confirmed for the first show are The Young Bucks, Will Ospreay, Zack Sabre Jr, and Cody Rhodes.

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I'm very new to this forum, and made this account literally hours ago to do this diary. I'm not 100% sure this is the right way to start it,
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Unread 02-27-2018, 10:36 PM
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Good luck, find a format that works for you. Pace yourself and enjoy telling the story. Don't worry too much about people commenting, if your having fun, then post!



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Unread 02-27-2018, 10:41 PM
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I like some of the names you've gotten already for the first show.

Good luck with this endeavor, I'll be keeping an eye on it.
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Unread 03-02-2018, 08:17 PM
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Yes! Resurgence
Saturday, Week 4, January

The show opens with the owner of Yes! Wrestling, Bryan Danielson. Danielson welcomes everybody to the show, and thanks them for coming out. He also apologizes because Matt Jackson, who was advertised for tonight's show, has since gotten injured. But they have found a replacement to act as Nick's tag team partner. He then explains that Yes! Wrestling will be about good, athletic, impressive wrestling, the kind that got him noticed. To show how good wrestling-oriented programming can be, he announce a three round tournament, with the finals being a triple threat for the Yes! Heavyweight Championship. Before he can continue, he is interrupted by "The Bruiserweight" Pete Dunne. Dunne talks down to Danielson, telling him to go backstage and let the "actual wrestlers" do their thing. Bryan's facial expression noticeably changes, but he's able to control himself and use his words. Bryan tells Dunne that he's glad he came out here, as he can now use Dunne as an example of how NOT to talk to Bryan. He says that even though Dunne is scheduled to be in the tournament, he now has to wrestle a match for that right. He tells the fans not to worry about him losing and them missing a match, as they can find a very good replacement if necessary. Danielson returns backstage as Pete angrily gets ready for his match. Dunne is waiting, and out comes Nick Jackson! He pauses on the ramp, and introduces his parter tonight, "The Villian" Marty Scurll! 60, C

Nick Jackson and Marty Scurll def. Pete Dunne(13:01)via pinfall when Marty Scurll pinned Pete Dunne after Graduation 68, C+

The tournament bracket is shown, featuring Will Ospreay vs Flip Gordon, Colt Cabana vs Ricochet, Jay Briscoe vs Zack Sabre Jr, Keith Lee vs Rocky Romero, Matt Riddle vs Cody, and Trevor Lee vs TBD(formerly Pete Dunne) as the first round matches.

Will Ospreay def. Flip Gordon(8:21)via pinfall after a 630 splash 60, C

Ricochet def. Colt Cabana(11:18)via pinfall after a standing shooting star press 70, C

Zack Sabre Jr def. Jay Briscoe(15:01)via pinfall after a roaring elbow 77, B

Keith Lee def. Rocky Romero(10:20)via pinfall after a powerslam 67, C+

Matt Riddle def. Cody(13:43)via submission with a guillotine choke following a distraction from Pete Dunne 72, B-

Bryan Danielson is seen backstage, finishing up the specifics on Pete Dunne's replacement in the tournament 80, B

Jushin Thunder Liger def. Trevor Lee(9:29)via pinfall after a Liger Suplex 58, C-

The tournament bracket, now updated through the first round, is shown, featuring Will Ospreay vs Ricochet, Zack Sabre Jr vs Keith Lee,
and Jushin Thunder Liger vs Matt Riddle as the second round matches

Will Ospreay def. Ricochet(13:11)via pinfall after a 630 splash 61, C

Zack Sabre Jr def. Keith Lee(13:36)via submission with a senior stretch 61, C

Jushin Thunder Liger def. Matt Riddle14:06via pinfall after a Liger Suplex 59, C

The tournament bracket is shown a third time, now updated all the way to the main event of Will Ospreay vs Zack Sabre Jr vs Jushin Thunder Liger for the Yes! Heavyweight championship

Zack Sabre Jr def. Will Ospreay, Jushin Thunder Liger(23:11)via submission when Zack Sabre Jr tapped out Jushin Thunder Liger with a senior stretch to win the Yes! Heavyweight Championship 64,C

Overall Show Rating: 52, D+

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And that was the first ever show held by Yes! Wrestling. Going forward, we will have a one hour weekly show, as well as keeping up the bigger shows such as this.

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Unread 03-05-2018, 08:39 AM
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Yes!TV Episode 1
Tuesday(Shown Thursday), Week 1, February

The show opens with Bryan Danielson welcoming us to the first ever episode of Yes!TV. He congratulates all the competitors from Saturday's tournament with a special mention for the inaugural Yes! Heavyweight champion, Zack Sabre Jr. Bryan explains that after the events that transpired at Resurgence, Cody demanded a match with Pete Dunne, and that will be tonight's main event. He then segways into the opening match, the first tag team match in Yes! Wrestling. 76, B-

The Briscoes def. Roppongi Vice (15:34) via pinfall when Mark Briscoe pinned Beretta after a shooting star press 69, C+

We see Bryan Danielson in his office, when Matt Taven enters the room. Taven complains about not being booked at Resurgence, insults Danielson for making such a decision, and demands a match immediately. Danielson explains that today's show is already full, but Taven will get his match next week. 54, C-

Zack Sabre Jr cuts a promo about being the first Yes! Heavyweight champion, and says that he will defend his title against anybody. 42, D

Cody def. Pete Dunne (18:57) by pinfall with a Cross Rhodes after a distraction from Nick Jackson 58, C-

After the match, Nick Jackson and Marty Scurll and enter the ring, and along with Cody, beat down Pete Dunne. The show ends with Cody, Jackson, and Scurll standing over Pete Dunne. 55, C-

Overall Show Rating: 50, D+
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Unread 03-05-2018, 01:14 PM
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Like the big event although I wouldn't have had Liger lose, I wonder if he complained about being the one to take the loss. I would think your shows would be getting higher ratings since you scored over 60s on everything. I guess you aren't meeting the fan's expectations like have a certain amount of angles/women on the show or not picking a certain match style like Story-telling. Overall, I like the decisions you have made with the roster as they are preforming really well for a company that was just started so I'm impressed you got these names in so quickly.
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Unread 03-05-2018, 05:58 PM
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Yes!TV Episode 2
Tuesday(Shown Thursday), Week 2, February 2018

Bryan Danielson comes out to start the show. He announces that in 2 weeks, Yes! Wrestling will be holding their second Pay-Per-View, "A Threat No National Security". This show will be the host of Zack Sabre Jr's first title defense, and his opponent will be determined tonight. Bryan says that he has spent the last week carefully evaluating his roster, as well as names from the indie scene. In tonight's fatal four way #1 contender's match will be: Keith Lee, Ricochet, a debuting Brian Cage, and a debuting Dezmond Xavier. 75, B-

Kevin Kiley def. Matt Taven (12:38) via pinfall after a spiked DDT 48, D+

Colt Cabana def. Will Ospreay (8:43) via pinfall with a rollup 62, C

Cody cuts a promo backstage on Pete Dunne, saying that Pete messed up by trying to take on the Bullet Club 1 vs 3. 55, C-

Ricochet def. Brian Cage, Keith Lee, Dezmond Xavier (17:03) via pinfall when Ricochet pinned Dezmond Xavier after a standing shooting star press 68, C+

Overall Show Rating: 53, C-
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Unread 03-05-2018, 10:37 PM
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Yes!TV Episode 3
Sunday(Shown Thursday), Week 2, February 2018

The show opens with Bryan Danielson, who explains that the first match was supposed to be Kevin Kiley vs Marty Scurll, but Scurll was attacked backstage by an unknown attacker, so Kiley will have a replacement opponent. He also announces tonight's main event, Cody vs Ricochet. 76, B-

Matt Riddle def. Kevin Kiley via submission with a guillotine choke 61, C

Following the match, Will Ospreay comes out with a mic. He explains that after coming up short at Resurgence and losing to Colt Cabana last week, he needs to prove he still has it, so he challenges Riddle to a match at "A Threat to National Security". Riddle accepts the challenge, and the two stare each other down. 42, D

Brian Cage def. Dezmond Xavier via pinfall after a flying elbow drop 59, C

Ricochet def. Cody via pinfall following a distraction from Pete Dunne when he thwarted Nick Jackson's interference attempt 70, C+

Immediately after the match, Zack Sabre Jr runs down and attacks Ricochet. He applies various submissions until he is pulled off by security. 78, B

Overall Show Rating: 56, C-

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Unread 03-10-2018, 12:56 AM
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Yes!TV Episode 4
Friday, Week 3, February

Pete Dunne def. Mark Briscoe (13:46) via pinfall after a Bitter End 66, C+

Following the match., Cody, Nick Jackson, and Marty Scurll come out onto the stage. Cody begins to berate Dunne, but Dunne cuts him off. Dunne brings up Cody's mention of this being a three on one battle. Pete pauses, before saying it's actually a three on three. Tyler Bate and Trent Seven emerge from the back, taking down the three Bullet Club members. British Strong Style stands tall over the Bullet Club. 49, D+

Backstage in Bryan Danielson's office, Matt Taven is complaining about how little he has been used. Danielson counters, saying that Taven did indeed get an opportunity, but he lost. Taven asks for another match,and Danielson accepts, giving him a match against a mystery opponent at 'A Threat to National Security'. 56, C-

Maven Bentley interviews "The Man of the Hour" Keith Lee, who says that after both competing against him two weeks ago and seeing his match last week, he has gained a lot of respect for Brian Cage, so he is challenging Cage to a match at 'A Threat to National Security'. 33, E+

Jay Briscoe def. Beretta (15:41) via pinfall after a double underhook piledriver

Keith Lee vs Brian Cage is made official, as well as the in-ring debut of Tyler Bate and Trent Seven in a tag team match against Bullet Club, both matches at 'A Threat to National Security'.

Zack Sabre Jr, Ricochet, and Bryan Danielson are all in the ring for a contract signing. Danielson hypes the match up, referring to it as "Yes! Wrestling's first ever title defense". Sabre Jr and Ricochet go back and forth, before it inevitably devolves into chaos, as Sabre pushes the table aside and goes after Ricochet, who hits him with a benadryller. The impact of the kick causes Sabre to fall onto the table, which doesn't break. Ricochet goes to the top rope, and hits a shooting star press through the table! Ricochet picks up the Yes! Heavyweight Championship and holds it above his head as the show ends.74, B-


Overall Show Rating: 52, D+

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A Threat to National Security Predictions
Yes! Heavyweight Championship: Zack Sabre Jr (c) vs Ricochet
Moustache Mountain(w/ Pete Dunne) vs Bullet Club
Keith Lee vs Brian Cage
Will Ospreay vs Matt Riddle
Matt Taven vs ???
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Unread 03-19-2018, 10:26 PM
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Default Yes! Wrestling presents: A Threat to National Security 2018

A Threat to National Security
Sunday, Week 4, February 2018

The show opens with Matt Taven in the ring. He belittles the crowd, before calling out his opponent. After a pause, he's greeted by one half of Roppongi Vice, Rocky Romero! 32, E+

Matt Taven def. Rocky Romero (10:58) via pinfall when Matt Taven rolled up Rocky Romero following a distraction from Vinny Marseglia and TK O'Ryan. 61, C

Will Ospreay def. Matt Riddle (13:54) via pinfall after a 630 splash 60,C

Keith Lee wrestled Brian Cage to a draw (16:32) when the referee lost control and stopped the match 53, C-

Moustache Mountain def. Marty Scurll and Nick Jackson (23:07) via pinfall when Tyler Bate pinned Nick Jackson with a Tyler Driver 97 following Pete Dunne taking advantage of Cody's failed interference 68, C+

Zack Sabre Jr def. Ricochet (25:46) via pinfall following a PK to retain the Yes! Heavyweight Championship 71, C+

Final Show Rating: 56, C-
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