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AEW Dynamite Results: Cody Defends TNT Title, Hangman Page And Kenny Omega In Action, FTR



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– Clips shown from last week’s Dynamite featuring the brawl between Jericho and Tyson.

– Lots of wrestlers around the ring, Britt Baker in her own “Role’s Royce” cart.

Hangman Page and Kenny Omega (c) vs. Kip Sabian (with Penelope Ford) and Jimmy Havoc (AEW World Tag Team Championship)

Havoc goes to work on Omega with some big forearms to the face. Omega follows up with a running back elbow. He goes for another, Ford trips him up, Omega looks to the ref, but Havoc with a shot to the back of the head. Omega continues to get beat up, but finally hits a twisting suplex on Havoc and tags in Omega. Sitting in the stands is FTR, looking on. Page with some big clotheslines on Havoc, tags in Omega who hits a double ax handle off the top rope. Omega and Page chop away at Havoc.

Both guys get sent out of the ring, referee checkign on them, Ford then leaps off the top rope and tries for a hurricanrana on Page. Page catches her in mid-swing and Rick Knox finally turns around, he isn’t quite sure what’s going and ends up tossing Ford to the back. Havoc with a big wrench to the back of Page and hits Omega with it, too. He goes for the pin, but only gets a two-count.

Havoc keeps the pressure on with shots in the corner. Sabian and Havoc think they have the momentum on Page now, but they both get beat up a bit. Omega tags in and hits some big strikes on both guys, back elbow, eats a pump kick, and lands a hurricanrana. Hits another on Havoc. Omega with you can’t escape, plus a backstabber to Sabian who was hanging onto the turnbuckle, cover, two. Page tags back in and they go back and forth on Sabian, shooting star press by Page, cover, two-count.

Page tries for a suplex, Sabian lands on his feet. Havoc tries to hit Page with a hacksaw, misses, gets kicked to the floor. Page with a fallaway slam on Sabian, kip-up, flies down on Havoc. Big lariat, cover, Havoc breaks it up. Havoc sent out to the floor again. Omega tagged in, charges, nobody home, Sabian with a swinging DDT. Havoc gets tagged in, uppercut, death valley driver sending Page into Omega. Sabian with a double stomp on Omega. Havoc tagged, big DDT, cover, Page saves the match.

Sabian tosses Page back out to the floor. Sabian with a springboard dropkick, poisonrana on Omega, and Havoc comes back in. Havoc gets thrown into Sabian, snap dragon suplex by Omega. V-trigger to Sabian. Page is tagged in, clotheslines in the corner, assisted german suplex. Hangman with a powerbomb to Sabian, Omega hits a knee to the back of Sabian’s head. Last Call hits (buckshot lariat / v-trigger combo) on Havoc, cover, 1-2-3.

Winners: Hangman Page and Kenny Omega via Pinfall

– Sitting in a limo, Tully Blanchard said he’s figure out what Shawn Spears has been missing, and presents him a single black glove.

Brian Cage (with Taz) vs. Shawn Dean

Cage immediately attacks Dean, hits an arm-trapped belly-to-belly release suplex. Cage lifts and plants his opponent to the mat. Big buckle bomb, drill claw, cover, and we’re done here.

Winner: Brian Cage via Pinfall

– Post-match, Taz gets on the mic and talks about last week when he tried to tell Moxley about what Cage was going to do to him. Taz didn’t appreciate Moxley laughing at his words. He says Moxley needs to get his head straight or Cage is going to take it off at Fyter Fest. Moxley’s music hits and he strolls out through the stands. Moxley goes to get in the ring, Taz tells him to think and be careful about what he’s going to say. Moxley says the reason he was smiling and laughing was because the thought of taking on someone like Cage in the ring simply makes him happy. Moxley says when someone steps in the ring with him for his title, it will not be a game. Moxley continues that Cage might be something different entirely in AEW, but so is he. Moxley says Cage is swimming in the waters with a different breed of shark and he’s not intimidated by their words whatsoever. Moxley heads out of the ring.

– Some random outdoor lot, Lancer Archer beats up some poor guy and then talks with Alex Marvez. Archer says one loss is not a big deal, and he’ll show everyone pain and torture like they’ve never seen before. Jake Roberts looks on and can see Archer is not in a great mood. He actually apologizes to Marvez for getting shoved by Archer.

– At the bar, Private Party hanging out, Quen goes to talk about his banged up knee. Matt Hardy (Team Xtreme look) shows up, and asks Quen how he’s feeling. Quen won’t be missing any time. Hardy calls Private Party the future of the tag division and offers up if they ever need some advice, he’s happy to help. Kassidy then says how about a team? Hardy Party! Matt walks out and sees Sammy Guevara, says hey, “We’re cool man, respect.” Guevara watches him walk off and looks a bit confused.

– The Bunny is in the crowd, talking with QT Marshall.

Colt Cabana vs. Chris Jericho (with Jake Hager)

Sammy Guevara comes out and does a terrible rendition of Jericho’s theme, he then hangs out on the stage. Cabana gets the best of Jericho early on, sending him out of the ring, and beating him up some more at ringside. Hager comes near, Cabana hits a second rope moonsault down on Jericho and Hager. Looks like he’s a got a little blood coming out of his mouth after that move. He then sends Jericho back into the ring.

Referee checking on Jericho, Cabana heading up top, Hager smashes Colt’s face into the top turnbuckle and he goes crashing to the floor. Back in the ring, Jericho continues to beat up Cabana, goes for a cover, two. Cabana sent into the corner, looks for the bulldog, but Cabana sends him straight into the middle turnbuckle, hanging him out to dry. Cabana and Jericho trade shots, Colt with a bionic elbow, flying apple, second splash, cover, two-count.

Jericho tries for the lionsault, lands on his feet, big elbow by Colt, tries for the superman pin, but Jericho reverses it right into walls of Jericho. Cabana claws his way over and gets the bottom rope. Jericho thinks he won, but Aubrey informs him otherwise. Colt with a big chop, hurricanrana, clothesline in the corner, Jericho put on the second rope, Cabana with an avalanche hurricanrana, cover, two. Colt tries for a tricky pin, another two. Cabana sent into the corner, he goes for a misdirection and runs right into a judas effect to the face, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Chris Jericho via Pinfall

– Post-match, Jericho gets on the mic. Jericho says we saw what happened to Cabana, the same will happen to Mike Tyson, “that piece of s—!” Jericho says this is the fight everyone wants to see. Jericho wants it, too. Jericho says he’s not waiting either, he wants him right now. “I want the baddest man on the planet to come out here!” He keeps calling for him, but Orange Cassidy’s music hits and out he comes. Cassidy rolls into the ring and walks up to Jericho, he puts Jericho’s hands into his belt, then Cassidy puts his hands in his pockets. Hager goes after Cassidy, but he ducks him and rolls out of the ring. Best Friends then bring him over the rail. Santana and Ortiz run out to the ring and the two sides talk some trash as Best Friends and Cassidy walk away.

– At a training facility, workout montage for Britt Baker is shown while she’s in a wheelchair. Baker curls a two pound weight, and is pushed around by Tanea Brooks as she acts like she’s tired out. We see Tony Schiavone cheer her on as she rolls herself up a ramp.

Nyla Rose vs. Big Swole

Swole gets in a headlock on her opponent, brings Rose down to the mat. She continues to work over Rose, but then gets thrown to the mat. Rose charges in, Swole goes low and out Rose goes to the floor. Swole tries for a punt from the apron, gets swept down face first to the apron, she’s then jammed into the edge of the apron and tossed into the ring.

Rose with a backbreaker. AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida, Anna Jay, and Britt Baker are shown looking on from the crowd. Swole slows Rose down, hits a running elbow, slingshot cutter, cover, two. Swole hits a big pump kick, cover, two. Swole tries for another cutter, nope, but Swole fights away, hits a chop block, kick to the back of the head. She runs right into a spear though, Rose looking for beast bomb, Swole flips out of it into a pin, two count. Swole plants Rose’s head down to the mat. Both are up, Swole looks for a discus forearm, and goes right into a pop-up spinebuster for the 1-2-3.

Winner: Nyla Rose via Pinfall

– Tony talks with Swole after the loss. Swole says despite the loss, it feels good to be back after being away for two months. Baker starts running her mouth and says Swole wants to mess with her and has Brooks back the cart up against the barricade. Swole grabs a chair and goes to hit Baker, but Brooks takes off so she can’t.

– Backstage, Tony talks with Darby Allin and apparently he’s not cleared for action yet after getting destroyed during the Casino Ladder Match. Allin is asked about the words that Taz said to him previously. “Life is one big joke, but Brian Cage, I’ll get the last laugh,” Allin responds.

– Tony talks with FTR and first asks what it means. They says it’s anything they want it to be, it can just take a life of its own, it’s a lifestyle. Right now it’s “For The Revolution.” They’re asked who they want to face, and pretty much run down the entire tag division. Say the tag champs aren’t even an actual team right now, they say Lucha Bros don’t understand the basic rule of tagging in. Tony then notes Young Bucks weren’t mentioned by them. Dax says he isn’t happy about hearing how great they are, and are tag team of the decade. Cash says they don’t want to have a match of the year with them, he just wants to punch them in the face and win quickly. They finish up the interview, but cameras keep rolling. Tony then says this whole time he thought “FTR” meant “F— The Revival.” Suddenly we hear loud noises and The Butcher and The Blade come down from the second floor of the lobby. FTR says what happened last week wasn’t personal, it was business. If they want to settle things, let’s do it in the ring. “Just relax!” Cash then throws a water bottle at them and says they can get in the ring next week.

– Next week:

* FTR vs. The Butcher and The Blade
* Colt Cabana vs. Sammy Guevara
* Cody (c) vs. Marq Quen (AEW TNT Championship)
* Jake Hager, Santana, and Ortiz vs. Best Friends and Orange Cassidy
* AEW World Champion Jon Moxley will wrestle for the first time on AEW Dark

– Backstage, Marvez talks with Cabana. He says he fell short, but has looked impressive. Overall, his record has been great, but he can’t come up with these big wins. Brodie Lee shows up, tells him it’s what Cabana does after a loss and how he responds. Lee tells him he can help with that. The spokesman tells Cabana to think about it and hands him a bottle of water. They walk away and Cabana says that’s nothing he wants to be a part of.

Cody with Arn Anderson (c) vs. Jungle Boy (AEW TNT Championship)

Side headlock by Cody, hard takedown, cover, barely a one-count. JB uses his speed, but takes some chops and a big forearm that sends him to the mat. Cody catches JB in midair, powerslam, cover, two. Cody locks in the figure-four, JB able to eventually grab the bottom rope. From the apron, spinning DDT, cover, two-count. Cody out to the floor. JB hits a suicide dive, goes for a second, but he’s caught. Cody then tosses him on the Gunn Club, they catch him and set JB on the floor.

Cody looked to headbutt JB, but JB moves and he hits the wall. JB then looks to MJF who gets yelled at “You’re a joke! You know I’m better than you!” Back to Cody, who’s busted open after clunking his head on the wall. JB sends Cody into the ring. JB with a big flying forearm, punches to the head, dropkick, pin, two. Cody finally hits a pump kick to slow JB down. JB with a clothesline that turns Cody inside out, cover, two. JB continues to swing away on Cody’s cut. JB heads to the top turnbuckle, Cody with a dropkick, delayed vertical suplex by Cody, cover, two-count.

Cody looks for another figure-four, nope, Cody tries to go up top, JB follows and swings away. The two go crashing down through a table that was setup on the floor! Cody is up first, sends JB in the ring. JB tried for a pin, nope, Cody with a cross rhodes, pin, 1-2-3.

Winner: Cody via Pinfall

– Post-match, Brandi, Dustin, Arn, Luchasaurus, and Marko Stunt come out to check on their people. Cody helps Jungle Boy up after the match and they hug. JB raises up Cody’s arm as pyro goes off in the background.


Disney Plus Mulan Fails to Make an Impact




Disney Plus’s most anticipated movie of the year was Live-Action Mulan, the infamous remake of the 1998 version of the Disney classic Mulan. With a budget of almost $200 million and alot of hard work involved, the film release’s expectations and excitement were at an all-time high. Disney’s marketing team left no stone unturned in promoting the film throughout the world as Mulan was one of the most influential female protagonists in a Disney movie. 

Mulan was known for her power and courage to take a step towards change and create a name for herself instead of becoming a burden for her family. She brought them honor but not through finding a compatible suitor, but through her bravery in fighting amongst the opposite gender when it was considered a taboo. 

But did the real Mulan walk in the footsteps of the animated one? Did it create an impact as strong as the classic version, which people love and adore even after 23 years? Sadly, no. The live-Action Mulan was nothing like the 1998 Mulan because it was not supposed to be that way. 

The old Chinese folklore inspired the Live-Action Mulan. The Balad of Mulan, which was different, more serious, and portrayed a much more feminist approach by eliminating any romantic or cartoonish elements or characters from the remake. 

The elimination of the character of Mushu came as a surprise for all the die-hard Mulan fans who were anticipating the voice-over of Eddie Murphy in a better-animated dragon who is by Mulan’s side, aiding in tough times. We did see a dragon, but it was a silent companion only coming in need. The remake also got rid of all the eventful songs which were hummed as we watched the animated version all the time.

Another setback was the mediocre release of Mulan during the Pandemic, which basically ruined the official March release. Mulan eventually made the screen on September 4 on Disney+ Premier Access, a pay-to-view for $30 across the US. In contrast, countries where Covid-19 was under control, saw a theater release like China. But that hardly made 50% of the total movie budget. Disney hoped to make some dollars in China by accurately depicting the Chinese culture and actors, but that didn’t happen either. 

Viewers with access to Disney+ also did not venture enough on the Premier Access service. What further disappointed the release was Mulan’s availability on multiple torrents and platforms for free in HD quality on its release. VPN users worldwide watched the movie for free without paying a whopping amount of $30 for a single film, while the whole service along with other streaming services cost ⅓ of the price. 

Live-Action Mulan was also under scrutiny for shooting in the Xinjiang, the region of China where Uighur Muslims were detained and imprisoned in concentration camps. This sparked outrage over the entire social media, where Muslims worldwide protested against the Chinese government’s actions. Disney+ did not state an official apology on their platform, nor did they acknowledge their wrongdoings, probably to stay clear of the Chinese government’s atrocity. 

Meanwhile, even within China, Mulan failed to impact the Chinese audience as they have a much better take and approach to recreating any Chinese epic or myths. Their cinema is far more advanced in portraying their culture with local actors and a local production house. As we all know, China has a strict censorship policy on international content, and they have an alternate of their own. It applies here as well. 

Lastly, the ill-natured tweet of the lead actress Liu Yifei, openly supporting the Hong Kong Police’s atrocities when China was implementing new security policies on Hong Kong, claiming it as a part of the Chinese government. The Hong Kong police came under fire for mistreating peaceful protestors and using harsh means to disperse the crowd. This tweet leads to #boycottmulan across the regions of Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Thailand. 

Liu Yifei made no outright apology. 

Despite so much anticipation, live-action Mulan came under alot of controversy and failed to make a solid impression on the audience, despite holding a strong message for its feminist audience. Wrong timing and a few wrong decisions cost Disney millions of dollars and somewhat tarnished the reputation of their remake sagas. 

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5 Underrated Shows on Netflix USA You Must Watch Right Now!




American Netflix is home to hundreds of TV shows across multiple genres. Still, it could be hard at times to find something binge-worthy on it. Now we all have that one friend that’s perfectly content with re-watching their favorite TV series, but the rest of us normies find it a tad boring. We’re on a never-ending hunt for the next big show hoping to inject some excitement into our otherwise mundane existence. However, with so much to choose from, it’s only natural that a few gems go unnoticed when scrolling through the recommendations. 

Don’t sweat it! After spending endless hours of research, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 underrated shows on Netflix USA that are definitely worth your time.

Can’t access US Netflix in your home country? There is an easy way around. Just download a Netflix VPN, connect to a US server, and start streaming. 

  1. 1994

Genre: Documentary

Season(s): 1 season; 5 episodes

Year of release: 2019

1994 is a modest 5-episode docu-series offering the perfect guilt-free, binge-watching experience. The show revolves around a promising presidential candidate in Mexico who stands to threaten the status quo. Seen as a threat by the powerful elite, he gets shot during one of his televised political rallies. If the events of the first episode seem unusual, then what follows is downright bizarre. 

Viewers are in store for surreal events backed by actual interviews and real-life footage that ups the ante with each passing episode. 1994 is a fascinating, informative, and rich account of one of the most turbulent times in Mexico. It not only gives viewers a glimpse of the past but also a story that follows a narrative very close to what we’re seeing in our present political climate.

  1. Rise of Empires: Ottoman

Genre: Drama

Season(s): 1 season; 6 episodes

Year of release: 2020

Following the wildly popular show Ertugrul—at least in the eastern part of the world—Rise of Empires: Ottoman features a historic mix of immaculate production value and dramatic re-enactment of the 1453 fall of Constantinople. A Turkish production, the show is entirely in English and revolves around the life of a young Ottoman Sultan named Mehmet. It shows how the 21-year old leader risks everything to conquer a city his father and so many others failed to take before him.

This point marked a crucial juncture in history: The fall of the Roman Empire and the transition of a local regional entity to that of a global superpower. While the show does have its set of drawbacks (such as the frequent History Channel-type flashbacks), the appeal of our protagonist is sure to have viewers in for a memorable ride. 

  1. Wild Wild Country

Genre: Documentary

Season(s): 1 season; 6 episodes

Year of release: 2018

The mere mention of Wild Wild Country in front of veteran Netflix viewers is sure to garner you some respect points. Based on a true story, Wild Wild Country tells the tale of an Indian cult that’s decided to relocate to Oregon. What ensues is a series of unusual events as the locals struggle to come to terms with the new inhabits and in particular, the eccentric leader of this cult: Bhagwan. This mini-series manages to capture and re-tell a significant—albeit unusual—event in American history and media and retell it in a way that’s sure to leave some viewers scratching their heads!

  1. Lenox Hill

Genre: Documentary

Season(s): 1 season; 9 episodes

Year of release: 2020

For those looking to embark on a roller-coaster ride of emotions, look no further than Lenox Hill. While we do recommend this docu-series especially if you’re a fan of Grey’s Anatomy or ER, Lenox Hill is not your average watch. It’s a far cry from what you’d call a feel-good series as it reveals the brutal reality associated with people diagnosed with really bad things.

Set in New York, the show follows the story of an ER physician, an OB-GYN, and two brain surgeons that are part of a small-time hospital competing with bigger establishments. It lifts the curtain from the otherwise romanticized emergency-ward that we’ve grown accustomed to and accurately depicts the struggles of both patients and doctors.

This highly emotional series might not sit well with everyone but if you want to watch a story about individuals that sacrifice everything to save others then this one’s for you.

  1. Borderline

Genre: Comedy

Season(s): 2 seasons; 12 episodes

Year of release: 2016

The Office is the most viewed show on Netflix according to Chicago Tribune which is a pity because its contract is set to expire on January 1, 2021. Enter Borderline, a British comedy series and ‘mockumentary’ of sorts that follows a similar pattern and humor as The Office. Set in the fictional Northend Airport instead of an office, viewers are quickly introduced to a slew of funny and ridiculous personalities.

The best part of the series is that it has its own version of Pam, Dwight, Jim, and a Michael type-boss. It also doesn’t try too hard to resemble its more popular counterpart and a few episodes are enough to make you wonder why more people aren’t watching it!

Agree with our list? Know of some underrated shows that need more love? Let us know in the comments section below!

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The Advantages of Online Casino Welcome Bonuses




When it comes to online gambling, the industry is thriving in 2020. Although casinos are banned in many countries, people still find ways to enjoy their favorite games of chance. However, considering the level of competition on the market, it may be difficult for a beginner to find a good online platform and take advantage of all offers. In this article, you will learn the benefits of casinos’ welcome bonuses.

What Is a Sign-Up Bonus?

As we have already established, the industry is growing rapidly and companies are desperately looking for new ways to attract customers. A welcome bonus is often used by online casinos to get new leads and players in the future. However, the best casino bonuses can be easily used to the player’s advantage. Here are the main reasons you should not neglect this offer.

  1. It saves your money

Quite obvious, right? Well, this is the main reason why you should always use welcome bonuses in online gambling: it is always better to not risk your own money. It is especially true for beginners. Since they have no experience, it is fairly common for beginners to lose their initial investment and be done with gambling for good. However, if you use your welcome bonus as a way of getting the basics skills, the chances of success will rise significantly.

  1. It allows you to try several games

Another common issue beginners face is a lack of understanding of which types of games they want to try: slots, roulette, baccarat, blackjack, etc. If you use your sign-up bonus, you will be able to play several games and choose the ones you like better. Moreover, you can take advantage of a welcome bonus on several online gambling platforms. That way you will try out even more options.

  1. It will make future gambling more profitable

Besides beneficial sign-up bonuses, good online casinos usually have great loyalty programs. For instance, the company may double up to five first deposits on the platform. If you invest 100 USD, you will get 200 USD to your account. More money — more games — more chances of winning.

Although a welcome bonus is a great way of upping your gambling game, there are a few things you should pay attention to. Firstly, a good bonus does not equal a good platform. Before choosing a casino, make sure that the company is legal and trustworthy. Since there are many scams right now, it is essential if you want to save your money. Moreover, check the available deposit/withdrawal methods and their terms.

We hope that this article has shown the true power of online casinos’ welcome bonuses and how you can use them to your own advantage. Follow our tips while choosing a platform and enjoy the best gambling experience.

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