Post by Cheeze on Jul 26, 2020 2:34:55 GMT -5
One Minute MV Challenge
As the only entrant in the opening one minute challenge, sarcastic kicked off the 15th Anniversary Show with a light-hearted look into an alternate dimension where Toru Yano ruled the world and every member of the MVZ community loved him.
Match 1: stylopz vs Arguden
As Arguden stared into the looking glass, the only reflection he saw staring back at him was that of stylopz in a Ruff Ryders shirt who defeated Argruden in a one-sided match (12-1). The ring general himself WALTER was no match against the Stone Pitbull Tomohiro Ishii and DMX, as stylopz staked a claim at the Gen Next Championship.
Match 3: sarcastic vs Arguden vs charismatic
We were treated to a fantastic MMV battle by three very talented editors. However, Arguden’s dreams continue to be Nightmares as he was unable to overcome MVZone’s resident NEET in sarcastic. Final vote count 10-3-0
Match 4: Gurryman vs poppindogstalkinhogs vs charismatic
Just like Buddy Murphy is the disciple of Seth Rollins, Gurryman is the new disciple of #GMG. Dancing with the Devil or being a kick ass Renegade, just wasn’t enough to defeat the Diamond Eyes of Gurryman. Final vote count 12-2-0
Match 5: Golden Broski’s Showcase
A place where you belong is a fitting title for this video as Storm finally makes his much anticipated MVZone debut. The Golden Broski’s did a beautiful job in paying tribute to two amazing performers that passed away recently. Thank you Golden Broski’s & RIP Shad Gaspard & Hana Kimura.
Match 7: sarcastic Video Showcase
Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane! No… its actually sarcastic leaping across a building and grabbing the Copa de Daniels. As the only entrant in this match, sarcastic is crowned the winner of the Copa de Daniels. Will any new competitors step up to face the latest Copa holder?
Match 8: ddevil vs HJA
An MVZ Throwback Classic took place between two MVZ oldheads as the returning HJA took on a former rival in ddevil. What happens when you submit a four-month old video? You get taken to school by resident Puroresu Professor ddevil and suffer a devastating shutout (13-0).
Match 9: CheeZe vs Jdark
With changes to the card, an impromptu match between CheeZe and Jdark was created as a last minute add-on. Don’t tell all the dad’s he seduced, but The Undertaker was not ready for Asuka as JDark and his video evolution of the Undertaker fell to a Cheeze shutout with the continuation of his Asuka series. Final vote count 13-0
Match 10: sarcastic Video Showcase
Has everyone gotten off Valerian now? Good. After taking us on a trip back to the 2000’s, sarcastic proved to us he’s ready for the next step in his career: the World Division. Not only is he an amazing editor, but he always puts others before him and is one of the nicest people in the community. Nothing but big things are in store for sarcastic and we hope he never stops creating art!
Match 11: HTW vs Pick
A song might be interpreted in a lot of different ways, but for Reed it means a W. Reed picks up the victory over a very game Pick, with a final score count of 9-5.
Match 12: CP0 vs The Kings
Looks like there was a team that The Kings weren’t better than and that’s CP0 (and you know it!). CP0 check yet another team off their hit list as they continue to dominate the tag team division with a final vote count of 9-2.
Match 13: Durty vs Paroxysm
Durty makes us all want to be better as he comes out of hiatus and produces yet another stellar music video with just a week’s notice. Paroxysm will continue to feel numb on the MVZone, but take nothing away from him as he produced just as fantastic of a video. Durty wins with a final vote count of 10-3.
Match 14: Beej vs Paroxysm (c)
It was Paranoia vs Insanity and Insanity came out victorious! Beej took us on what felt like an acid trip with nearly 5 minutes of pure craziness and it was beautiful. Beej wins and once again captures the MVd'Or Championship with a final vote count of 10-3.
Main Event (Three Stages of MVZ): CheeZe (c) vs Revolution
Our main event featured our MVZ World Champion CheeZe and his one-time mentor Revolution. However, this was no ordinary bout for the student and teacher. For the first time ever, this world championship bout would be contested in a best of three series.
The first match was held with a wrestling match recap stipulation between the champion CheeZe and Revolution. Cheeze went with a recap of Tetsuya Naito and Kazuchika Okada at Wrestle Kingdom 14, while Revolution recapped Shinsuke Nakamura and Kota Ibushi at Wrestle Kingdom 9 and went in the favor of the challenger as bad weather began to cloud Cheeze’s championship reign (11-4).
The second match stipulation had both competitors making a tribute to a wrestler of their choosing, The champion channeled the spirit of MVZ legend Jack Jeckel with a remake of “Dragon Kid NGS” substituted with the legendary Tiger Mask II, but was met with a Stan Hansen lariat and damn near went blind, bam-ba-lam (12-3).
In the final fight of the series, CheeZe mustered up everything he had to save his World Championship run and crafted a masterful career retrospective on Hikaru Shida. However, Revolution presented a 10 minute short film on the history of the Bullet Club, asking the question, “what’s a CheeZe to a Revolution?” The answer: NEW MVZ World Champion, Revolution, defeating the three-time MVZ champ (11-3). Congratulations to our new champion and thank you CheeZe for an incredible run!
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