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  1. I wish the her all the best things in life -- and to be free from all the constant torments and happenings of the past. Just peace and happiness overall.
  2. A woman who's hardworking, honest, and very elegant. A great bonus is when we click together and has an excellent personality as well. It doesn't get any better than that. (short hair is always a bonus for me, too 😅)
  3. Nakakatuwa na nakakilala ka ng taong ka-vibe mo naturally. Doesn't feel forced and masaya lagi.
  4. Seeing her smile and be genuinely happy.
  5. Consistency, loyalty, and a normal life. Doing my best for that 💯
  6. Wish her a great day ahead and off to prepare for work.
  7. Great food then great(er) sex. 💯
  8. Brody King wins the first ever Royal Rampage to earn the right to challenge Interim AEW World Champion Jon Moxley (AEW Royal Rampage, 07/01/22) Interesting to see how they use Brody King in this situation. It's quite surprising to see Brody King get a title shot first before his stablemate Malakai Black.
  9. The Jericho Appreciation Society vs. The Blackpool Combat Club (w/ Santana, Ortiz, & Eddie Kingston) - Blood and Guts (AEW Dynamite: Blood and Guts, 06/29/22) It's fun, it's brutal, and a whole lot more. All I can say is watch this damn match when you can. Damn.
  10. We Found Love - Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris
  11. Raymoney

    Utah Jazz

    Good time for a fresh start by trading away Rudy. Hoping this is the turnaround the Jazz needs.
  12. The perennial favorite in the East now.
  13. Losing Dejounte and Lonnie... It's rebuilding mode.
  14. 5. Jon Moxley vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi - Interim AEW World Championship A pretty solid main event, both Mox and Tanahashi delivered a textbook main event that did not disappoint. The only disappointing this about this was the forced promotion of Blood and Guts in the ending of the match. We get it -- it's happening on Dynamite on Wednesday but it doesn't mean you have to promote the brawls repeatedly at each show. The main event could have ended with Mox and Tanahashi but they needed to be overshadowed by the Jericho Appreciation Society and the Blackpool Combat Club which I think was absolutely unnecessary.
  15. 4. Jay White (c) vs. Adam Cole vs. Hangman Adam Page vs. Kazuchika Okada - IWGP World Heavyweight Championship A pretty solid match from the beginning as we'd expect from four of the best in the business today. Despite the abrupt finish (due to Adam Cole suffering an injury getting knocked out), it was a great showcase for all four men. Every one was given an adequate amount of time to showcase their offense and they each proved their value as performers in that match. Wishing Adam Cole a speedy recovery, baybay. P.S. -- AEW should improve on their medical protocols as letting an already injured wrestler compete and then suffering a more serious one altogether. This makes me feel like management does not care as much for the performer's safety as this isn't the first time this happened inside an AEW ring.
  16. 3. PAC vs. Miro vs. Malakai Black vs. Clark Connors - AEW All-Atlantic Championship Despite not having Tomohiro Ishii due to injury, this match still was a lot of fun to watch. I was quite skeptical at Clark Connors' addition at first, but as the match progressed, he proved that he indeed belonged with three of the most prominent international talents today. PAC prevailed in this highly-competitive match and became the inaugural AEW All-Atlantic Champion. Interesting to see where this reign goes.
  17. 2. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Zack Sabre Jr. Man, seeing Claudio (fka Cesaro) get that ovation was so satisfying. There were already rumors floating around Claudio's signing, and it proved to be true. This is probably one of AEW's signings that makes the most sense as Claudio will have a new platform to showcase his skills and prove why he's one of the best in this business. Despite being a last-minute replacement for the injured Bryan Danielson, this felt like such a big match and hopefully sets a precedent on how Claudio will be presented on an entire new audience. P.S. - We still need to have a Bryan Danielson vs. ZSJ match in the future. Please.
  18. So coming off of the AEW X NJPW Forbidden Door PPV, I'll list down some notable matches from that event. It actually was a pretty good overall PPV given the injury bugs and last minute changes, etc. I'm going to give AEW the credit they deserve for making a solid card overall despite all the aforementioned hurdles. 1. Will Ospreay (c) vs. Orange Cassidy - IWGP United States Championship Definitely the match of the night. Heck, it's even an early match of the year candidate, too. Going into this one I had ZERO expectations as I wasn't really a fan of Orange Cassidy as a whole. His whole shtick was too "gimmicky" and I never envisioned him as a legitimate, technical wrestler that poses any threat. But after the match, I had to eat all of my words and finally acknowledge Orange Cassidy as a legit wrestler. Props also to Will Ospreay for being one of the best workers we have today. Solid match overall, 10/10.
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