MWF IBLD – June 21, 2019…

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Date: June 21, 2019

01) LINK

Match 1: Baphomet & Haggas VS Steve Diamond & Dick N’Balls – 66%

Match 2: Loli & Shota Con VS Sacred Cow & Power Bob [Non-Title Match] – 80%

Match 3: Atreyu VS Link – 85%

Main Event: [Cage Match]

Match 4: Zeus VS Viamund – 93%

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS:
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Win: Baphomet & Haggas Loss: Steve Diamond & Dick N’Balls via Knock Out
Win: Loli & Shota Con Loss: Sacred Cow & Power Bob
Win: Atreyu Loss: Link
Main Event Match: Viamund escapes the cage to Defeat Zeus
SHOW NOTES:

Show Referee: Dirty Old Randy

Pope Francis came out to the ring, and wished everyone a “Happy I.B.L.D.!”

A guy was seen in the crowd with a portable consessions stand, selling hot dogs and hamburgers…Bliss Ransom had security beat him up, and throw him out.

BEST RANKED MATCH: Zeus VS Viamund – 93%

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4 thoughts on “MWF IBLD – June 21, 2019…

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      Hey, thanks!

      You mean the game, or the game edits [characters] and the recordings?

      As pro wrestling video games go, this is an old Japanese series…It used to be you could only get these games through an importer…and you had to modify your system [game console] to play it.

      It’s creator [now deceased] is the guy behind the legendary “pro wrestling” for the Nintendo Entertainment System…In fact, this series is considered by many to be the spiritual successor…

      In short, they refused to abandon the 2D sprite era, and instead kept building these insanely awesome games with the old technology.

      There’s limitations…but the depth of these games, and the customization, is just staggering…It’s also a simulator, as opposed to an arcade game…So, it’s a whole different animal, from most games of this genre.

      It’s named Fire Pro Wrestling World, and you can get it on Steam, or the PlayStation 4 Store.

      As to the characters, the MWF, etc…This is all my creation…The editors in this game are fantastic…You can create a likeness of just about anybody, at all…at least a passable likeness.

      While I’m not sure of the current official count, previous Fire Pro games have had something like 1,300 moves/holds in them…so, the diversity in style is very wide.

      I created all the ring designs, as well…and most of the music I’m using, I put together with Magix Music Maker.

      This is, hands down, one of the best video game series ever made…though it’s got a very deep learning curve, if you actually want to play it.

      I’ve just been letting the PC simulate matches…and recording them as they occur.

      I am Tyler Williams…I created the Curious Visions channel, when I thought I was going to try my hand at stop action Lego movies…and maybe a bit of vloging, incognito…

      When I couldn’t get back into my Steve-D’s Midnight Zone channel [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJVqrIVtzE6nB10rMevCpOA], I decided to just use my Curious Visions channel for this, as opposed to opening up a new account.

      Reply
      1. eqfoundation Post author

        Yeah…I didn’t originally intend on using that account for OLF things…

        It was kind of meant to be a secluded offshoot, which I might eventually merge with my other content…But I never really began producing content for it…

        I didn’t want to start uploading to my other YouTube accounts, as I wished to keep this project separate…My other YouTube accounts have their own purposes, I don’t want to mix.

        Curious Visions is the one set up [though dormant] and ready to go…I didn’t want to have to deal with registering and verifying a new account.

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