Disclaimer: Seeing as I'm an avid TEW player. I figured I'd put a spin on this with my current game. I'm currently three months deep so I'll post the results of my big shows/tour enders for the first two months first before getting in to "real time". I won't post every show I run since I run a few per month in game. But every big show and title match will be posted at least. Grand Japan Pro Wrestling (GJPW) The Japanese home of the National Wrestling Alliance Backstory: After falling out with the powers that be in All Japan regarding his position on the card upon his return from injury. The prideful Kohei Suwama leaves the company in which he made his name, to set up a new promotion. Grand Japan Pro Wrestling. After securing financial backing and a starting capital ($500,000), as well as setting up a dojo and company headquarters in the city of Hiroshima located in the Chugoku region of Japan. Suwama sets out to put his new company on the map, bringing an old school feel to the new era. Roster (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Roster (open) Roster (close) Noteable roster members: Ryuji Ito - The undisputed top dog in Big Japan Pro, a notorious Deathmatch worker and known for being able to take copious amounts of abuse. Ito signed up with GJPW to prove that he was more than just a deatmatch worker. And achieved this by becoming the first ever GJPW Grand Champion in June of 2016. Suwama - A notable amateur wrestler in his school days. Suwama was quickly scouted by All Japan and made into one of the cornerstones of the promotion. Now striking out on his own not only as a wrestler, but as a promoter. The master of the last ride is out to heal not only his injured body, but his pride as well (injured at the start of the company, scheduled for in ring debut in October 2016 in game). Shuji Ishikawa - The big dog. Ishikawa is probably the best freelancer currently in the game. Carving out a path of destruction in both DDT, Big Japan and All Japan. A massive monster of a man, Ishikawa is out to prove that GJPW is just another yard ruled by the big dog. Rob Conway - In July of 2016. GJPW joined the National Wrestling Alliance, becoming the official home of the NWA in Japan. Mr. American Muscle, Rob Conway subsequently came aboard in late August to represent the NWA on GJPW shows. Conway is brash, rude and arrogant, but sadly backs it up. Showcasing his great strength and power in the ring time and time again. Champions (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Champions (open) Champions (close) GJPW Grand Champion = Suwama GJPW World Tag Team =Glory (Suwama & Kitamiya) GJPW Cruiserweight Champion = KUDO GJPW Open World League 2017 = Suwama Notable events (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Notable events (open) Notable events (close) June 2016: Company is founded. Shuji Ishikawa and Ryuji Ito both present themselves as the top star of the promotion. They immediately start fighting over it and a match is set for the 2016 Diamond Series final to crown a GJPW Grand Champion. Ito comes out the winner. Masashi Takeda Beats Kudo in a number 1 contenders match on the same show. During the tour, Isamu Oshita injures both Ryuji Ito (bruised eye socket) and Yoshiasu Shimisu (kidney laceration). Oshita leaves the promotion at the end of the tour. GJPW signs a broadcasting deal with youtube. July 2016: Ryuji Ito defends the GJPW Grand championship against Masashi Takeda at the Grand Summer Series Final. Kudo comes forward to challenge Ito afterwards. GJPW joins the NWA, and Garuda, Elijah Burke and Akito join the promotion. Hideyoshi Kamitani suffers a herniated disc, taking him out of action for a month. Garuda wins the NWA international junior heavyweight title (Alliance title) August 2016: GJPW is off tour. Seiki Yoshioka breaks his leg working a Wrestle-1 show, taking him out of action for 5 months. Kankuro Yoshino and Kouki Iwasaki join the company. September: Daiki Inaba and Yasufumi Nakanoue win the NWA international lightweight tag team titles (Alliance title) at the start of the tour. Rob Conway joins the company. Let's see how this game goes.