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A TEW 2016 PWO Diary

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As you probably noticed, I already decided to scrap my NWA EoE diary because logistically, I just figured it was getting complicated to do everything that I wanted. So I had another idea in mind. Ever since I purchased TEW 2016, I don't count how many mods I've tried (and still currently play). I was a bit apprehensive at first, considering how much micromanagement it takes compared to EWR but after trying TEW 2005, I decided to jump on TEW 2016 and never regretted it.

While I play many promotions and territories, I decided to start one where I'll just let everything play out by the AI. Let's just think about it as a parallel universe to what we're currently experiencing right now. So, I will sim it one day at a time and see what happens and  see where everything will lead us. I'll use entries for each day like a mini dirt sheet to recap everything that happened inside the ring and behind the scenes. So, I'll obviously skip the first Monday because there's never anything happening in the first day other than the usual Hiroshi Tanahashi being the ace of NJPW! :p

So, here we go!

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Tuesday, Week 1 October 2018

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RAW

-Mojo Rawley beat No Way Jose & Lince Dorado

-Jinder Mahal, Samoa Joe & Kane beat Zack Ryder, Bobby Lashley & Hideo Itami

-Breezango beat Noam Dar & Ariya Daivari

-Heath Slater beat Kalisto & Jack Gallagher

-The B-Team beat The Ascension

-Ember Moon beat Mickie James by countout

-The Shield (Rollins & Reigns) beat Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

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Some brand moves to announce:

Headed to Smackdown: Titus O'Neil, The Brian Kendrick, Curt Hawkins, Authors of Pain, John Cena, Sami Zayn, Rhyno, Braun Strowman, Apollo Crews, Baron Corbin, Scott Dawson, Gran Metallik & Kevin Owens

-Steve Keirn will now be working as a producer on the main roster

Other news elsewhere:

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-Three titles changed hands during the AJPW Badlands Tour event yesterday at Shinjuku Face. First, Violent Giants (Shuji Ishikawa & SUWAMA) captured the AJPW Unified World Tag Team Championship by defeating James Raideen & Ryouji Sai to start their 2nd reign. Also, Ultimo Dragon defeated TAJIRI for the AJPW GAORA TV Title and finally, Black Tiger VII beat Shuji Kondo to win the AJPW World Junior Heavyweight Championship.

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-Oddly enough, BJPW were running the Fragment Tour event yesterday in the same building than AJPW, in a matinee event. Only 1 title changed hands as Tsutomi Oosugi beat Kazuki Hashimoto to win the BJW Junior Heavyweight Championship

Some Japanese promotions might be looking to change some top faces; while DDT is looking to push down Konosuke Takeshita, Dragon Gate is looking to do the same with Masato Yoshino.

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Wednesday, Week 1 October 2018

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Smackdown Live!

-Jey Uso beat Rezar

-Randy Orton beat R-Truth

-The Miz beat Epico Colon

-The IIconics beat Sonya Deville & Zelina Vega

-Braun Strowman beat Kevin Owens

Main Event

-Heath Slater beat Rezar

-Drew McIntyre beat Bo Dallas

-Eric Young & Goldust beat Tye Dillinger & Jack Gallagher

More brand moves:

-Drew McIntyre & Jack Gallagher are headed to Smackdown, Mojo Rawley is headed to RAW, as seen by his appearance last night on RAW.

In other news around the world:

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-Hanan and Shiki Shibusawa officially debuted as The Criminals tag team during yesterday STARDOM Carnage Tour show at the Shin-Kaba 1st Ring as they defeated Toni Storm & Bea Priestley in front of a sold out crowd.

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Thursday, Week 1 October 2018

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NXT Women's Championship: Kairi Sane beat Mia Yim to retain

-Shayna Baszler beat Aliyah

-Angelo Dawkins & Matt Riddle beat The Velveteen Dream & Fabian Aichner

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-Flash Morgan Webster & James Drake beat El Ligero & Saxon Hurley

-Nina Samuels beat Toni Storm

-Tyler Bate beat Trent Seven

In other news in the world of pro wrestling

-Couple of wrestling veterans announcing their retirement; Hillbilly Jim, Tatsumi Fujinami, Tony Salazar, Jimmy Hart, Joe Don Smith, Tarek The Great & Gilbert

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-Minoru Fujita defeated Taro Nohashi to capture his first Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship at last night's show in Tohoku.

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-Kaz Hayashi is the new Wrestle-1 champion as he defeated Shotaro Ashino in last night's show at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring. This is Hayashi's first reign as champion.

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Two titles changes took place in last night's episode of Lucha Underground. First, Fenix won a Fatal 4-Way involving LU Champion Marty "The Moth" Martinez, Johnny Mundo and Drago to capture the Lucha Underground Championship, starting his 2nd reign with the title. In the opener of the episode, Paul London defeated Ricky Mundo to become the new Gift of Gods Champion

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-An eventful show in Kinki when both KAGETORA and YAMATO turned heel during the show. KAGETORA turned heel in his match against Susumu Yokosuka while YAMATO did the same after his loss to Open the Dream Gate Champion Masato Yoshino. Following the show, DG announced that they were letting go of Zachary Wentz, who lost his final match on the pre-show to Super Shisa.

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-Finally, Azusa Christie announced her intentions of switching her wrestling style from Japanese Junior to a more regular style to reflect her evolution as a performer.

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Friday, Week 1 October 2018

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Impact Wrestling

-Moose, Fenix & Santana beat Kongo Kong, Caleb Konley & Trevor Lee

-X-Division Champion Brian Cage beat King by countout

-Impact World Champion Austin Aries beat Vikas Kumar

-Eli Drake beat Stone Rockwell

-Sami Callihan beat Gursinder Singh

-Allie beat Shotzi Blackheart

-Abyss & Eddie Edwards beat Johnny Impact & Pentagon Jr

Xplosion

-Alisha Edwards & Diamante beat Taya Valkyrie & Shotzi Blackheart

-Rich Swann beat Rohit Raju

-King beat El Hijo del Fantasma

In other related Impact news, Alisha Edwards & Diamante joined forces on a regular basis to be known as Armageddon

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Reigning IWGP Junior Heayvweight Tag Team Champs and Suzuki-gun members El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru are now known as The Sensationals

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Hana Kimura & Bea Priestley joined forces together at last night's show in Shin-Kiba 1st Ring and will be known as High Energy going forward

In broadcasting news:

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Saturday, Week 1 October 2018

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Some new additions to the promotion, most notably Kenta Kobashi in a backstage role. Also coming in: Hideyoshi Kamitani, Toshiyuki Sakuda, Eita Kobayashi, Yoshihisa Uto & Takuya Nomura

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Octagoncito is the new AAA World Cruiserweight Champion after beating Sammy Guevera on AAA Worldwide. This is Octagoncito's first reign as champion.

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Fred Yehi captured the MLW Middleweight Championship by defeating Maxwell Jacob Friedman in last night's episode of MLW Fusion. This is Yehi's first reign as champion.

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Major acquisition for ROH as they acquired the services of Eric Bischoff. Bischoff will be working behind the scenes to improve the production aspects of the promotion

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Big Japan also made big waves as they were able to get some dates for Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega. No word yet if they'll be working in singles or as the Golden Lovers. Hiromu Takahashi is also gonna work a few dates with BJW

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GAINA & former Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion Taro Nohashi will now be working in the tag team division

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After several years of hiatus after controversial comments made on an EVOLVE show, Joey Styles is back in the business as he signed a deal to become the new voice of Shine.

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Not to be outdone by other Japanese promotions, NOAH also announces a wave of signings including KAGETORA, Masaya Takahashi, Kotoka Shiiba, Kitaii Kubo & DJ Nira

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CZW has decided to expand the ranks of their women's division by bringing in Jessie Brooks & Cristina Diamond

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Lauren La Roux has signed with OTT

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Callum Leslie has signed with NGW

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Impact Wrestling signed Arda Ocal to a deal. Ocal will be mostly working to do stuff behind the scenes like exclusive content for the GWN app but will also be doing some PPV backstage interviews as well

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Calvin Knie has signed with ICW-EU

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Sunday, Week 1 October 2018

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ROH World TV Championship: Punishment Martinez beat Jonathan Gresham to retain

-The Briscoe Brothers beat The Young Bucks

-Bully Ray beat Christopher Daniels

Prince Nana is also back with Ring of Honor but no word yet on what are the plans for him.

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La Seductora & La Amapola will now be working as a tag team

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Zack Sabre Jr is the new WWN Champion after defeating Austin Theory at EVOLVE 114 at Bainton Field. This is Sabre's first reign as champion. Two new duos were also added: Chris Dickinson & Jaka and Trey Miguel & Jason Cade.

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Doblone is the new ICW Italian Heavyweight Champion as he defeated Andy Manero to start his first reign as champ

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ZERO1 is growing and is taking the steps to take their place in the world. Masanobu Fuchi has been brought in and should debut soon. 2 new tag teams will also debut since Gabaiji-chan and Minoru Tanaka as well as Hideki Hosaka & Rikiya Fudo have joined forces.

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Another major coup for NOAH as they were able to sign CIMA. The former ace of Dragon Gate should debut soon. Referee Eiji Tosaka  and Yosuke Watanabe will also be joining the company

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The legendary El Hijo del Santo is scheduled to return to AAA as well to work behind the scenes and make some on-air appearances. Guapito is also going to AAA

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Johnny Kidd and Joanna Rose have signed with NGW

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A very eventful evening for CWH. First they announced their withdrawal from the National Wrestling Alliance. On the same night, Jarek 1:20 captured the United Wrestling Network TV title by beating Luster the Legend, champion Oliver Grimsby and Ricky Mandel in a 4-Way Dance. Jervis & Ryan Taylor and Kikutaro & Tim Storm will also work in the tag team division as well

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Another big acquisition for Shine as Tim White will appear on a couple of dates to work as a referee

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We've got new Chikara Campeones de Parejas as Los Ice Creams defeated The Closers (aka Mike Verna & Rex Lawless) to capture those titles for the 2nd time

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Go Shiosaki and Kento Miyohara will also join BJW and start very soon with the company.

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Turns out Eric Bischoff will not only be involved with ROH. He will also work behind the scenes with CZW as well to help on the production side of things. Madison Rayne has also signed to work a few dates with CZW.

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Julio Cesar Rivera and El Piero have signed with Crash

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Shingo Takagi, Dinosaur Takuma, Yuya Aoki, Takumi Tsukamoto, Daichii Hashimoto and Masashi Takeda will also join the AJPW roster very soon. Seems like AJPW & NOAH are now competing with each other to climb the ladder in the puro scene!

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Bruce Prichard will start working behind the scenes for PWG next month

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The Besties in the World (aka Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett) are now the newest tag team on the roster. Look for them to get a strong push. Violent J from ICP has also joined AAW.

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Atsushi Ohashi is headed to DDT

-Bad news for Dezmond Xavier as he'll be sidelined for 6 weeks with a broken radius

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Nevaeh has signed with AIW

-William Regal has been named the new trainer at Body Slam University. Regal will keep his position as NXT GM.

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Rhia O'Reilly and CJ Rhys have signed with Progress.

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Rebecca Reznor and Emily Hayden have signed with OTT

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Brenda Star has signed with wXw

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Arda Ocal will also be working with C*4 in addition to Impact. Ocal should have a bigger presence in C*4 as the main backstage interviewer.

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Kenny Bolin is also making a return in the business as he signed to work with FIP. Perhaps a resurrection of Bolin Services?

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Monday, Week 2 October 2018

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-Aerostar captured the AAA World Heavyweight Championship at Heroes Inmortales last night by beating Fenix, Averno & Juventud Guerrera in a 4-Way Dance.

-Bengala V & Mamba now working in tag team as The Cause

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Gone: Gama Singh, Allie, Katarina, Alisha Edwards, Su Yung, Diamante, Rosemary

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To Wrestle-1: Masanobu Fuchi, Scott D'Amore, Ultramantis Black, Keihiro Osano

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To Crash: El Hijo del Santo

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To IWRG: El Tirantes, Jesus Zuniga

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To Dragon Gate: Junji Hirata

-Jason Lee & Kenichiro Asai now together in the tag team division

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To Michinoku Pro: Toshiaki Kawada, Eiji Tosaka

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To OTT: Johnny Kidd, Joanna Rose

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To DDT: Masahiro Chono

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To CWH: Tim White

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To NOAH: Kyohei Wada

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To NXT: Jim Cornette

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To Stardom: Tarzan Goto, Akihiko Hukuda

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To ICW-UK: SoCal Val

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To AJPW: Masato Yoshino, Atsushi Ohashi, Ryuichi Kawakami, Hiroki Sumi

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To AAW-US: Carlos Cabrera

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To ZERO-1: Marty Asami

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To Progress: Mal Mason

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To NXTUK: Andy Quildan

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To Chikara: Prince Nana

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To wXw: Blue Nikita, Mr. PPV & Reinhardt von Wulffenstein

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To AIW: Shaggy 2 Dope & Zahra Schreiber

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To CZW: Jenny Rose

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To TJP: Koki Yamakazi

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To ASW: Ryan Hunter, Charles Crowley & Pop Punk Kid

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To Smash: Bill Taylor

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To NJPW: Mao Torihata & Françoise

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To NGW: James R. Kennedy

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To RevPro: Dean Ayass

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To EVE: Vicky Haskins

Miscellaneous: Johnny Saint is the new trainer at Hustle Wrestling Gym

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Tuesday, Week 2 October 2018

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RAW

-The B-Team beat Akira Tozawa & No Way Jose

-Samoa Joe beat Cedric Alexander

-RAW Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre beat The Ascension by countout

-Jason Jordan, Finn Balor & Kalisto beat Elias, Noam Dar & Ariya Daivari

-Chad Gable beat Heath Slater

-Breezango beat The Singh Brothers

-Bray Wyatt beat Kane

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-John Cena will make a special appearance for a TV episode of NXT UK

-Tony Idle & Richard Johnson to NXT UK

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Ringo Ryan is the new ASW British Heavyweight Champion after defeating Joel Redman in the main event of last night's ASW show.

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To ZERO-1: Masahiro Chono

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To Ice Ribbon: Toshiaki Kawada, Marty Asami, Keihiro Osano

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To CZW: Mick Foley

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To Smash: Jacques Rougeau, Matt Striker, Rigor Von Slasher

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To TJP: Junji Hirata

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To Dragon Gate: Hiroyuki Unno

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To ECCW: Jimmy Korderas

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To SHINE: Jim Cornette

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To Michinoku Pro: Kyohei Wada

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To Wrestle-1: Milano Collection AT

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To ICW-UK: Mal Sanders

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To NGW: SoCal Val, Mal Mason

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To NOAH: Scott D'Amore, Ultramantis Black

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To OTT: Andy Quildan

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Rey Escorpion made some enemies by recently declaring that he's carrying the promotion by himself

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To PWG: Truth Martini

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To Stardom: Shumpei Terakawa

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To EVE: Greg Lambert

 

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Wednesday, Week 2 October 2018

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Smackdown Live!

-Braun Strowman beat Brian Kendrick

-John Cena beat Alexander Wolfe

-Xavier Woods beat R-Truth

WWE United States Championship: Shinsuke Nakamura beat Rhyno to retain

-Kevin Owens beat Big E

Main Event

-Akam beat Gran Metallik, Drew Gulak & Tony Nese in a Fatal 4-Way

-Viktor beat Heath Slater

-Jack Gallagher beat Konnor

-WWE called up Robbie Brookside and Scott Taylor to work as backstage producers

-To Smackdown: The Ascension, Zack Ryder & Sunil Singh

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-Shinjiro Otani beat Masato Tanaka to become the new ZERO-1 World Heavyweight Champion at last night's show at Shinjuku Face. This is Otani's 2nd reign as champion.

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To ECCW: Jacques Rougeau

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To Shimmer: Mick Foley, Shimmer reach a broadcasting deal with FightBox in the US.

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To TJP: Hiroyuki Unno

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To IWRG: Arturo Rivera, El Tirantes staying

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To NCW: Raymond Rougeau, Matt Striker

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To C*4: Jimmy Korderas

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To Impact: Vampiro

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To Michinoku Pro: Milano Collection AT

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To ASW-UK: Mal Sanders & Jim Smallman

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To PWG: Josh Barnett

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Stardom launching Stardom World to broadcast their events, Katsuhiko Kanazawa to Stardom

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To RevPro: Jimmy Ocean

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To DDT: Shinji Yoshino

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To Smash: Truth Martini

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To Progress: Kingston Beard

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Contract extension for Mr. PPV

Miscellaneous:

-Mary Apache in need of a break following her gruelling schedule

-Divorce between Micah Taylor & Tracy Taylor

-Radio interviews featuring Bandido & Kacey Diamond

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Thursday, Week 2 October 2018

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NXT

-Babatunde beat Luke Menzies, Riddick Moss & Matt Riddle in a Fatal 4-Way

-Xia Li beat Bianca Belair

-Kassius Ohno & Johnny Gargano beat Jaxon Ryker & Adam Cole

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NXT UK

-Sam Gradwell & Kenny Williams beat Risky Business (Flash Morgan Webster & James Drake)

-Isla Dawn fought Jinny to a double DQ

WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne beat John Cena & Trent Seven in a Triple Threat Match to retain

-Sam Gradwell & Kenny Williams will now go by the team name The State of Decay

To NXT UK: Billy Kirkwood

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Fired: Brazo de Plata, Pompin, Nitro, Marcela, La Seductora, Estrellita, Tiffany, Raziel, Ultimo Dragoncito, Pierrothito, Electrico, Artillero, Pegasso, Pequeno Olimpico, Misterioso Jr, Metatron, Vangelis, Acero, Super Halcon Jr, Sensei, Cancerbero, Pequeno Nitro, Delta, Robin, Aereo, Inquisidor, Pequeno Universo 2000, Pequeno Violencia, Matt Taven, Metalico, El Cholo, Shockercito, Fantasy II, Canelo Casas, Stukita, Magnus, El Hijo de LA Park, Drone, Angelito, El Mercurio, Sam Adonis, Magia Blanca, El Gallo, El Hijo del Signo, Reyna Isis, Sanson II, Espiritu Negro, Omar Brunetti, Leono, Bengala III, Cosmos, Akuma, Espanto, Camorra, Zaeta Roja Jr, El Rebelde II, Forastero, Templario, Yago, Hirai Kawato

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To wXw: Mike Quackenbush

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To Crash: Arturo Rivera

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To ECCW: Raymond Rougeau

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To C*4: Lance Storm

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To CWH: Vampiro

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Gedo headed for injury due to gruelling schedule

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El Mesias making enemies in the locker room, claiming that he's carrying the promotion on his back

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To EVOLVE: Josh Barnett

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To BJW: Zeus, Shinji Yoshino

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To AJPW: BxB Hulk, Yuki Ino, Towa Iwasaki

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Ai Shimizu & Rabbit Miu in tag team division

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To TJP: Katsuhiko Kanazawa

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To MLW: Don West

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To DDT: Hirotsugu Suyama

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To OTT: Leah Owens

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To EVE: Kingston Beard

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To Impact: Patrick McClorey

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Asbjorn Riis re-signs with the promotion

Miscellaneous:

Retiring: Dutch Mantell, Haku, Super Muneco, Shanna, Haruka Matsuo, Niki Nitro,

-Batista returns to pro wrestling

-Padre Paolo on the rise

-Radio interview with Naoya Nomura

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Friday, Week 2 October 2018

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Impact Wrestling

-The OGz beat El Hijo del Fantasma & Caleb Konley

-Pentagon Jr beat Rich Swann

-Kongo Kong beat Rohit Raju & Gursinder Singh

-oVe beat LAX in a non-title match

-Shotzi Blackheart beat The Undead Maid of Honor

-Sami Callihan & Johnny Impact beat Austin Aries & Fenix

Xplosion

-Tessa Blanchard beat The Undead Maid of Honor by DQ

-The Cult of Lee & Rich Swann beat Vikas Kumar, Andrew Everett & King

-Dave Crist beat Petey Williams by DQ

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Gerald Brisco is back working backstage as a road agent

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To Shine: Mike Quackenbush

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To EVOLVE: Billy Gunn

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To Lucha Underground: Tom Prichard

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To EVE: Lance Storm, Billy Kirkwood

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PWG to soon start broadcasting their shows in iPPV format, Joel Gertner signs with PWG

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Joined the Union of European Wrestling Alliance

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Reached a TV deal with a local station in Tohoku

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Viper & Sumire Natsu now working together as The Cabinet

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To ICW-EU: Super Dragon

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To AJPW: Cyber Kong, Takuya Onodera, Kazumi Kikuta

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To C*4: Don West

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To NOAH: Hirotsugu Suyama

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To Progress: Pollyanna, Ayesha Raymond

Miscellaneous:

-Radio interview with Tesha Price

-Yosuke Watanabe suffered an Undisclosed Head injury in a 6-Men Tag last night during a Dragon Gate Fortress Tour event

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Saturday, Week 2 October 2018

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NXT TakeOver: Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic

NXT Women's Championship: Kairi Sane beat Marina Shafir to retain

-Ricochet beat Dan Matha

Dusty Rhodes Classic 1st Round Matches

-Street Profits beat The Mighty

-Heavy Machinery beat War Raiders

-The Undisputed ERA (Fish & O'Reilly) beat Moustache Mountain

-Aleister Black & Kassius Ohno beat The Ealy Twins

Dusty Rhodes Classic Semi-Finals

-Street Profits beat Heavy Machinery

-Aleister Black & Kassius Ohno beat The Undisputed ERA

-Roderick Strong beat Matt Riddle

Dusty Rhodes Classic Finals:  Aleister Black & Kassius Ohno beat Street Profits

NXT Championship: Tommasso Ciampa beat Fabian Aichner to retain

Max Pelham called up to work behind the scenes on the main roster; John Bradshaw Layfield making a power play backstage to gain more influence

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Beretta & Taichi now works as a team called The Doomed; KUSHIDA sidelined with a torn bicep from his match vs Tetsuya Naito on World Pro Wrestling; Takashi Iizuka in need of a break from his gruelling schedule

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AAA replacing the World Mini-Estrellas title with the AAA Top Contender title

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To CWH: Tom Prichard

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Signed a TV deal with a local station in Kanto

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To Chikara: Tully Blanchard

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To MLW: Steve Lombardi; Rich Swann & Fred Yehi joining forces in tag team division

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To AJPW: Naruki Doi, YAMATO

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Two new teams in ASW-UK: Ryan Hunter & Charles Crowley and Pop Punk Kid & Ace Matthews (known as Health and Safety)

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To BJW: Jake Lee

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Signed a local TV deal with a station in Kanto

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Devil Masami is the new trainer at the Stardom Dojo

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To NOAH: Masayuki Kono & Ichizo Nakayama

Miscellaneous:

-Mick Moretti on the rise

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Sunday, Week 2 October 2018

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-WOH Champion Sumie Sakai beat Mandy Leon

ROH World TV Championship: Punishment Martinez beat Jay Lethal to retain

-Cody beat Austin Aries

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Yuji Nagata completely tore his UCL in his match with Hikuleo in last night's NJPW Apocalypse tour event at the Tokorozawa Municipal Gymnasium

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Hideki Suzuki & Yoshihisa Uto won the BJW Saikyou Tag League at last night's event at the Yoyogi's 2nd National Gymnasium. Naruki Doi signed with BJW. However, Uto tore his trapezius during the match and will be sidelined.

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Penta el Zero M is the new PWG World Champion after beating WALTER at Untitled 2018 last night to start his first reign as champion

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To MLW: Nick Patrick

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Two titles changed hands at last night's Change the World event. First, Mineo Fujita & Ryuichi Sekine beat Ikuto Hidaka & Fuminori Abe to win the NWA International Lightweight Tag Team Championship. Then, Gabaiji-chan & Minoru Tanaka beat Chris Vice & TARU to win the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship.

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Fired from Wrestle-1: Minoru Tanaka, Masayuki Motomi

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To FIP: Tully Blanchard

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Signed a local TV deal in Kanto; Shuichi Nishinaga & Guts Ishijima to NOAH

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Nina Samuels won the SHE-1 tournament last night at the Nasty World event by defeating Charlie Morgan in the finals

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Matt Angel is the new C*4 Underground champion after beating Benjamin Tull to start his first reign with the title

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Shazza McKenzie & Tessa Blanchard are now forming a tag team called The Resilience

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Mr 450 & Templario now in tag team division

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To Dragon Gate: Kakuryo Yasuda

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To DDT: Tomokazu Kurahashi

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To CWH: Brian Hebner

Miscellaneous:

-Radio interview with Ashlee Spencer

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Monday, Week 3 October 2018

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To Shine: Nick Patrick

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To IWRG: Martha Villalobos. Adrelina, Rolling Boy & Centrvion are the new IWRG Intercontinental Trios Champions after defeating Psycho Kid, Azteca & Iron Kid at the IWRG Caravana de Campeones 2018 event last night. Rokambole Jr & Villano V Jr are now a tag team

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To BJW: Takeshi Morishima

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Seiki Yoshioka beat Jiro Kuroshio to capture the Wrestle-1 Result championship at last night's Powerslave tour event at Shinjuku Face. Yuji Hino and Andy Wu are now known as The Social Elite

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Gama Singh was less than flattering towards Abyss in a recent shoot interview. Given the status of Abyss in the company, it'll be interesting to see how Impact management will respond.

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YAMATO and Onodera won the AJPW Junior Tag Battle of Glory tournament during the Raising an Army Memorial Series event as they defeated Tajiri & Hikaru Sato in the finals. Tajiri is suffering the effects of a gruelling schedule and people within the promotion are worried he could get injured soon.

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To DDT: Tadao Yasuda

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To ZERO1: Shuichi Nishinaga & Tomokazu Kurahashi

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To Ice Ribbon: Kakuryo Yasuda

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To NCW: Jean-François Kelly

Miscellaneous:

Radio interview with Kris Navarro

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Tuesday, Week 3 October 2018

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RAW

-Bobby Lashley beat Lio Rush & Lince Dorado

-Dash Wilder beat Noam Dar & Samir Singh

-Jinder Mahal beat TJP

-Chad Gable, Goldust & Samoa Joe beat Hideo Itami, Kalisto & Tozawa

-Breezango beat Drew McIntyre & No Way Jose

-Bayley beat Ruby Riott

-The Shield (Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins) beat Elias & Bobby Roode

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Masashi Takeda suffered a Broken Ulna in last night's AJPW Badlands tour event and will be sidelined

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To Wrestle-1: Tadao Yasuda

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Signed a TV deal with FightBox in Europe

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To TJP: Bomber Saito

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To SMASH: Father James Mitchell

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To PWG: Daryl Bonilla

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To NGW: Daniel Hayes

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Wednesday, Week 3 October 2018

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Smackdown Live!

-Anderson & Gallows beat The Colons

-The Usos beat The Authors of Pain

-The Miz, Baron Corbin & Rusev beat Sunil Singh, Tye Dillinger & Killian Dain

Smackdown Tag Team Championship: The New Day (Xavier Woods & Kofi Kingston) beat The Bludgeon Brothers to retain

WWE Championship: AJ Styles beat Kevin Owens & John Cena to retain

Main Event

-The Ascension beat the Lucha Dragons

-Eric Young beat Samir Singh

-Bo Dallas beat Brian Kendrick by DQ

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Terry Taylor & Sara Amato are now working both backstage at WWE events

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Two titles changed hands at the BJW Fragment Tour event last night at Shinjuku Face. First, Kenny Omega is the new BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Champion after beating Hiromu Takahashi. Also, Shinobu beat Hercules Senga and Tsutomu Oosugi to become the new BJW Junior Heavyweight Champion. This is Shinobu's 2nd reign as champion.

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Also at Shinjuku Face during the ZERO-1 Shatter Tour event, Masamune captured the NWA United National Heavyweight Championship by beating Masayuki Okamoto to start his first reign as champion. Soichi Shibata signs with ZERO-1

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To C*4: Rick Martel & Kelly Russell

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Gone from wXw: Angelico, Pete Dunne, Drake Destroyer, David Starr, Chris Brookes, Tengkwa, TinoX, Franz Engel, Laurence Roman, Tarkan Aslan, Rick Baxxter, Jan Dietrich, Sasa Keel, Toby Blunt, Hakem Waqur, Ivan Kiev, Chris Rocke, Marius Van Beethoven, Lucky Kid, The Rotation  & Francis Kaspin

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Leo Onozaki & Starlight Kid are now known as The Slaughterhouse. Stardom is also looking to expand.

Miscellaneous:

-Massive push scheduled for rising star Dowie James in Australia for the MCW promotion

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Thursday, Week 3 October 2018

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NXT Tag Team Championship: Moustache Mountain beat The Ealy Twins to retain

-Shayna Baszler beat Kairi Sane by DQ

-Aleister Black fight EC3 to a double DQ

NXT time slot changes on Sky Sport Italy, Fox8, ProSieben Fun, Action France and J Sports

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-NXT UK Champion Pete Dunne beat Joseph Conners

-Ligero beat Mark Coffey

-Isla Dawn beat Rhea Ripley

-Zack Gibson beat Wolfgang

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Time slot change on TNT Serie

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KAGETORA is the new Open the Brave Gate champion after pinning Dragon Kid. U-T & Stalker Ichikawa are now a tag team

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To Chikara: Kevin Von Erich; Solo Darling unhappy with Chikara and expected to leave the promotion

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Ryota Hamma & Yasufumi Nakanoue now known as The Gamma Squad

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Hamuko Hoshi & Mochi MIyagi now known as Lovely Butchers

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To Michinoku Pro: Soichi Shibata

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To wXw: Jesus Rodriguez

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To BJW: Naoya Nomura

Miscellaneous

Retirements: El Hijo del Gladiador, Cien Caras, El Canek, Jimmy Ocean

-Scorpio Sky, Andy Wild & Rob Barnes switching styles from Cruiserweight to Regular Wrestler

-NJPW Young Lion Tetsuhiro Yagi is on the rise!

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Friday, Week 3 October 2018

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Impact Wrestling

-Impact Tag Team Champion Santana beat Ethan Page

-oVe beat Urban Assault (Rich Swann & Tony Cage -fka Gursinder Singh)

-King beat Caleb Konley

-Eddie Edwards beat Stone Rockwell

-Shotzi Blackheart beat Scarlett Bordeaux

-Sami Callihan & Eli Drake beat Impact Tag Team Champion Ortiz & Fenix

Xplosion

-Taya Valkyrie beat Scarlett Bordeaux

-Urban Assault beat Fallah Bahh & Joe Hendry

-Vikas Kumar beat Trevor Lee

Time slot changes for Impact Wrestling on 5Spike and 52MX

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Angelito gave a recent shoot interview in which he blasted Angel del Oro

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There is worry around NJPW officials that Jushin Thunder Liger is headed for injury. Considering that they recently lost Yuji Nagata for a long period, NJPW is hoping that Liger will slow down his schedule.

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Time slot change for Dragon Gate Infinity on GAORA Sports. Takehiro Yamamura & Punch Tominaga are known as Simply Stellar. Genki Horiguchi & BxB Hulk are also joining forces

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Martina & Mary Apache are now known as The Troubleshooters

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To ROH: Jesus Rodriguez

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PJ Black made enemies in LU after boasting about how he's carrying the promotion on his shoulders...

Miscellaneous:

-Radio interview with CB Slade

-Broadcasting deal for PWA-AU

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Saturday, Week 3 October 2018

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William Regal has been called up to work on the main roster. No word yet on who'll replace him as NXT General Manager

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Bram is the new ICW World Heavyweight Champion after beating champion Jackie Polo, BT Gunn & Joe Coffey in a 4-Way Dance at last night's ICW Fight Club. This is Bram's first reign as champion. ICW Fight Club changes time slots on Fight Network UK and Nuvolari

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Time slot change for AAA Worldwide on Gala TV

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Takayuki Ueki & Takeshi Minamino now known as The Cult

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To BJW: Seiya Sanada & Sho Tanaka

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Time slot change for MLW Fusion on beIN Sports

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Trent Seven is now in charge of the NXT UK brand, to allow Triple H to focus more on the NXT brand. Seven will still be competing on the brand as well.

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To NOAH: Susumu Yokosuka

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To ZERO-1: Hiroki Mikami

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To AJPW: Takanori Ito

Miscellaneous:

-Referee PJ Drummond and Taylor Made have been at odds recently with both egos clashing...

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Sunday, Week 3 October 2018

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ROH Women of Honor Championship: Sumie Sakai beat Tenille Dashwood to retain

-Cody beat Nick Jackson

-ROH Tag Team Champions The Briscoe Brothers beat The Addiction

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Time slot changes for Lucha Azteca on 52MX and Fighting Samurai TV. In a shoot interview, Magnus blamed Blue Panther for his release last week! El Soberano Jr & The Panther now a tag team

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Artemis Spencer is the new ECCW Heavyweight Champion after beating El Phantasmo at Halloween Hell 2018. This is Phantasmo's first reign as champion. Billy Suede also captured the ECCW Canadian Championship after beating Eddie Osbourne

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Marty Scurll is the new OTT World Champion after he defeated WALTER at Fuck PG 2018 last night. This is his first reign as champion.

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BoneSetter is the new NCW Quebec Champion after he defeated Buxx Belmar at last night's Octobre Rouge event. This is BoneSetter's first reign as champion. The promotion signed a distribution deal with Highspots Network; James Stone & Marc Mercer are now a tag team

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El Ligero is the NGW Heavyweight Champion after he beat Matt Myers at Unfinished Business last night. This is his 2nd reign as champion

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Ayumu Gunji no-showed the monthly Michinoku Pro event last night. No word yet as to why he didn't show up.

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Miu no-showed the Go Up Higher event last night; Raku & Hikari now a tag team

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Monday, Week 4 October 2018

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Bound for Glory 2018

-oVe beat Tony Cage & Rahit Raju

-LAX beat The OGz by countout

-Brian Cage beat Stone Rockwell by DQ

-Tessa Blanchard beat Kiera Hogan by DQ

-Rich Swann beat Trevor Lee

-Fenix beat Pentagon Jr

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Glory by Honor 2018

ROH World TV Championship: Punishment Martinez beat Flip Gordon to retain

-Coast 2 Coast beat Scorpio Sky & Brian Milonas by countout

-Best Friends beat The Boys

-The Addiction beat The Dawgs

ROH World Heavyweight Championship: Austin Aries beat Jay Lethal to win the title. This is Aries' 3rd reign as ROH World Champion

-The Young Bucks beat The Briscoe Brothers

Gone from ROH: Bob Evans, Scorpio Sky, Jenny Rose, Brandi Rhodes & Scarlett Bordeaux

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Mr. Niebla is the new CMLL World Light Heavyweight Champion after beating Niebla Roja at their monthly event. This Niebla's first reign as champion. 3 new duos in CMLL: Euforia & Rey Bucanero, Ephesto & El Mephisto and Esfringe & Triton. In a shoot interview, a 2nd released luchador blasted Angel de Oro following his departure: Electrico!

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Angelo Dawkins was called up on the main roster

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Tuesday, Week 4 October 2018

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RAW

-Finn Balor & No Way Jose beat Dash Wilder & Tozawa

-Chad Gable beat Goldust

-Bray Wyatt beat Elias

-Breezango beat Kalisto & Cedric Alexander

-The Shield (Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins) beat The B-Team

-Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre beat TJP & Mike Kanellis by countout

-Dean Ambrose beat Samoa Joe

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Dean Allmark & Joel Redman in the tag team division

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El Mesias pissed off the locker room after boasting about carrying the promotion

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Gone: Toru Owashi, Ken Ohka, Yukio Sakaguchi, Kouki Iwasaki, Kota Umeda, Yuki Ueno, Mizuki Watase, Rekka, Akito, Koju Takeda, Naomi Yoshimura, Daiki Shimomura, Nobuhiro Shimitani

Miscellaneous:

-Gabby Ortiz considered hot property in the indies

-Radio interview with Herodes Jr

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Wednesday, Week 4 October 2018

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Smackdown Live

-Rusev beat Tye Dillinger

-Drew McIntyre beat Scott Dawson

-Jeff Hardy beat Titus O'Neil

WWE United States Championship: Shinsuke Nakamura beat Epico Colon to retain

-The New Day (Xavier Woods & Big E) beat Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Main Event

-Hideo Itami beat James Ellsworth

-No Way Jose & The Singh Brothers beat Harper, R-Truth & Eric Young

-Rezar beat Heath Slater

Matt Bloom got the call up to work backstage on the main roster; Smackdown Live changes time slots on USA Network & Sky Sports; EC3 has been called up on the main roster

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Hiroyo Matsumoto is the new SWA World Champion after she defeated Natsuko Tora, Starlight Kid & Viper in a 4-Way Dance at last night's Stardom Carnage Tour event at Shinjuku Face. This is her first reign as champion. During the match, the defeated champion Viper suffered a Broken Orbital Bone and will miss 5 to 6 months.

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YASSHI & TARU in tag team division

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Jaki Numazawa broke one of his fingers during a 6-Men Tag match at the BJW Fragment Tour event in Shinjuku Face. Numazawa isn't scheduled to miss any ring time. In the same match, one of Numazawa's tag team partners Kota Sekifuda suffered an undisclosed foot injury but the injury isn't serious enough for him to take a break from the ring.

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Yuya Aoki suffered a Strained Latissimus Dorsi during a tag match at the AJPW Badlands Tour event. Aoki will work through the pain and won't miss any shows.

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Thursday, Week 4 October 2018

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NXT Women's Championship: Kairi Sane beat Lacey Evans to retain

-Tomasso Ciampa, Aleister Black & Ricochet beat Adrian Jaoude, Marcel Barthel & Steve Cutler

-Nikki Cross beat Jessie Elaban

-Hanson & Jaxon Ryker beat The Undisputed ERA (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly)

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WWE United Kingdom Women's Championship: Rhea Ripley beat Toni Storm to retain

-Wild Boar Hitchman & James Drake beat T-Bone & Flash Morgan Webster

-The State of Decay (Kenny Williams & Sam Gradwell) beat Amir Jordan & Ashton Smith

WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne beat Mark Andrews to retain

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Ryota Hama strained his groin in the main event of last night's Wrestle-1 Powerslave Tour event at Shinjuku Face and will miss around 3 weeks of action

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Maika Ozaki & Hiroe Nagashima now in tag team division

Miscellaneous:

Retiring: Tommy Young, Rayo de Jalisco Jr, Chaos

-A shoot interview from Tengkwa didn't put Da Mack in the brightest light, blaming him from his wXw release last week

-La Heroina changed her style from Luchador to a regular style

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