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Dominion 2019 Thread

June 9th

3 AM EST, 2 AM CST, 1 AM MST, 12 AM PST

Matches

Jon Moxley vs Shota Umino

Satoshi Kojima vs Shingo Takagi

Yoshi Hashi and Jushin Thunder Liger vs Minoru Suzuki and Zack Sabre Jr.

Hiroshi Tanahashi, Juice Robinson, and Ryusuke Taguchi vs Jay White, Chase Owens, and Taiji Ishimori

NEVER OPENWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

Tomohiro Ishii vs Taichi(c)

IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

Guerillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa) vs Sanada and Evil

IWGP Jr. HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

Will Ospreay vs Dragon Lee(c)

IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

Tetsuya Naito vs Kota Ibushi(c)

MAIN EVENT IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

Chris Jericho vs Kazuchika Okada(c)

WWE June 2019 Megathread:Summertime edition

Heyman announces Lesnar will cash in on Rollins this Monday

>After Brock Lesnar learned about the one-year clause in the Money in the Bank contract, the question on everyone’s mind was when The Beast would make his move. Now, Paul Heyman has put the matter to rest: It’s happening this week, and it’s happening against Universal Champion Seth Rollins.

>Following the McMahon family’s opening of an executive review to determine Lesnar’s punishment for “disrespecting” the Money in the Bank contract, Paul Heyman went on the offensive, declaring that his client would take a proactive rather than reactive strategy and would cash in on Rollins this Monday.

https://twitter.com/HeymanHustle/status/1134535304390545411

>There is still some suspense at play here. Heyman did not specify when The Beast would be cashing in, only that it would occur between the hours of 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET, "at a time of [Lesnar's] choosing." Still, that doesn't mean the title is Brock's for the taking. Rollins is one of the only men to crack the code of defeating Lesnar, and with the champion at least having some specifics to work with, his chances of a repeat are higher than Heyman and Lesnar are likely willing to admit.

Not dead yet

>WWE Super ShowDown will play host to a first-ever battle between The Undertaker and Goldberg, but both Superstars have been conspicuously absent since the match was announced. That’s fixing to change this Monday when The Last Outlaw rears his head on Raw just days before the bout. What he’s going to say is anybody’s guess, but tuning in will be essential to anybody wondering what’s on The Phenom’s mind … and, of course, whether he ends up having some unannounced company …

Roman Reigns to team with The Usos to battle Drew McIntyre & The Revival

>Roman Reigns’ rivalry with Drew McIntyre has fumed ever since WrestleMania 35, while The Usos and The Revival are just getting started. This Monday night on Raw, the two grudges will collide in a Six-Man Tag Team Match that pits Reigns and his twin cousins against McIntyre and the cocky “Top Guys,” who are already one-up on The Usos following a victory two weeks ago. Which team will walk out of Raw with bragging rights?

These colors don’t run

>Last week’s Raw brought with it the grim news that the injured Rey Mysterio will be forced to surrender the United States Championship, as a separated shoulder will prevent him from defending it. Samoa Joe, understandably, is licking his chops and for a very specific reason: The Samoan Submission Machine has already announced he’ll be waiting for Mysterio’s abdication to take back what he bolieves is rightfully his following a controversial loss at WWE Money in the Bank.

Ladies first

>Lacey Evans cast aside her partnership of convenience with Charlotte Flair on SmackDown LIVE when she got into a post-match brawl with The Queen, though that could end up being a bit of a double-edged sword for The Sassy Southern Belle. On one hand, now she has Raw Women’s Champion Stone Cold all to herself and as good of an opportunity as she’ll ever have to relieve The Man of her last remaining title. On the other hand, Evans now has no backup against The Irish Lass Kicker, and with Lynch having formed something of an alliance with Nikki Cross, that could leave Lacey down a man — so to speak — as she makes her move. Time will tell if her strategy pays off or if Evans has made a grave tactical error.

2019 Summer Infinity Cup

GREETINGS /wooo/

The Infinity Cup is returning once again, and 8chan's boards will be fighting it out on the pitch to claim divegrass supremacy. As a board that has participated in the Cup at one point or another in its history, you are invited to the reveal stream for 2019 Summer edition of the Cup. On Saturday June 22nd, at 3 PM EDT/7 PM UTC, on cytu.be/r/8cup I'll be giving you guys an early look at the Cup's 5th edition, which will include revamped aesthetics, team stadiums and other quality of life improvements I've figured out how to do in PES 17. Hopefully this will get anons back on board with the Cup, considering it has struggled mightily since its 2nd incarnation.

So how is it going to go down? I'll be staging a couple of exhibition matches between teams using their rosters from the last Cup, and we'll shitpost our merry way through the stream. Once the stream ends, entries will be open for the Cup, and boards can start putting together/editing their rosters and kits. Entries will close in early July, the field will be determined, and the Group Draw will take place approximately a week before the Cup kicks off in August. I'm also hoping to possibly introduce managers for the Cup, although I'm still working out the details to keep this from devolving into a namefag dick measuring contest. I hope you all will tune in, and in case you aren't caught up on your board's history, I've provided some links below to get you caught up:

http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki//wooo/

>>>/8cup/3041

WWE Stomping Grounds 2019

Today is the day for a PPV that almost everyone forgot was even happening. Starts at 7 PM ET.

Card:

>Universal Champion Seth Rollins vs. Baron Corbin

>WWE Champion Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler (Steel Cage Match)

<Raw Women’s Champion Stone Cold vs. Lacey Evans

<SmackDown Women’s Champion Booley vs. Alexa Bliss

>Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre

>United States Champion Samoa Joe vs. Ricochet

>SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan vs. Heavy Machinery

>Big E & Xavier Woods vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

>WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tony Nese vs. Akira Tozawa vs. Drew Gulak (Triple Threat Match)