If he only had 5 singles matches left in him

what would you book them to be?
>opponent
>title, if any
>match gimmick
>when
>where
>story

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Oh and
    >who goes over, BROTHER

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Roman Reigns, WWE Undisputed Universal, 60 minutes, Wrestle-fricking-mania

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Oh and
      >who goes over, BROTHER

      Kenny goes over obviously, but Roman kicks out of the OWA

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nobody in the business should be kicking out of Omega's OWA except for Kota Ibushi for story purposes.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Angle
    Kenny is treated like a young man here, but as the match goes on, not only is it clear how broken down Angle is, but how old and sawdusted Kenny is too. It doesn't matter who goes over, but by the end it's clear this is his finally run and he has to settle up all his accounts.
    >Hangman
    After a slugfest, Hanger goes over, but it's clear Hangman respects Kenny again, and won't interfere with what hr needs to do. This is a sort of lateral passing of the torch too. Hangman is forever changed by this match.
    >w/ Ibushi vs the Bucks
    Ibushi is busted, and that's made perfectly clear, but the Golden Lovers team up one last time to put the Bucks in their place. Ibushi's commitment to this match is clearly questionable, but Kenny's isn't. He takes too many risks, and only wins because the Bucks underestimate him.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      For the conclusion:
      >Okada
      Okada is still near the pinnacle of his prowess. Kenny is showing a bit of wear from his last 3 matches. This is for all of Okada's gold. Kenny is not the man he once was, and it hurts. He's totally outmatched by Okada, and has to destroy himself to get any offense in. He's missing highflying moves. Taking DDTs on the floor. He's probably bleeding. It looks like Kenny's going to die, but then he dodges a dropkick and presses his advantage. For the first time in the match it looks like Kenny could maybe, just maybe win. Then Ibushi runs out. Kenny is dazed, and doesn't really know what Ibushi is doing there so he doesn't react properly. Ibushi brains him with a chair. Hanger runs out and pulls Ibushi down from the apron. They wrestle a little bit, no strikes, and it reaches a stalemate with Hangman restaining Ibushi, and them watching on in horror, as Okada brutalizes Kenny, Kenny switches the tables and goes on an absolutely suicidal offense. He manages to knock Okada out cold and get the pin, but it's a phyrric victory. Kenny is in much worse condition than Okada. Okada manages to stumble out, but Kenny is taken away on a stretcher. His only word "Ibushi!"
      >Ibushi
      More than anything Kenny wants to know why Ibushi did it, but he can't talk to him. So they fight. It's a tragedy. These two broken men in a last man standing match. It goes on for painfully too long. They're both busted open, injured, and beaten senseless. It's more a match of the instincts of these two men who might as well be dead, but don't know it yet. In the end, it's a no contest. The Golden Lovers embrace soaked in blood sweat and tears, and they leave with something more important than victory. With a friendship that can weather any of the storms ahead. With love.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Can anon just pitch this 5 match retirement run to Tony because I’d pay to see these 5 matches and overarching story

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I'd help Tony book for free. I mean, I'd rather be paid, but I'd do it for free.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You'd probably save AEW booking considering you at bare minimum come up with things that make sense and aren't 3 feet deep.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This anon’s 5 with explanation is still best in thread

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      For the conclusion:
      >Okada
      Okada is still near the pinnacle of his prowess. Kenny is showing a bit of wear from his last 3 matches. This is for all of Okada's gold. Kenny is not the man he once was, and it hurts. He's totally outmatched by Okada, and has to destroy himself to get any offense in. He's missing highflying moves. Taking DDTs on the floor. He's probably bleeding. It looks like Kenny's going to die, but then he dodges a dropkick and presses his advantage. For the first time in the match it looks like Kenny could maybe, just maybe win. Then Ibushi runs out. Kenny is dazed, and doesn't really know what Ibushi is doing there so he doesn't react properly. Ibushi brains him with a chair. Hanger runs out and pulls Ibushi down from the apron. They wrestle a little bit, no strikes, and it reaches a stalemate with Hangman restaining Ibushi, and them watching on in horror, as Okada brutalizes Kenny, Kenny switches the tables and goes on an absolutely suicidal offense. He manages to knock Okada out cold and get the pin, but it's a phyrric victory. Kenny is in much worse condition than Okada. Okada manages to stumble out, but Kenny is taken away on a stretcher. His only word "Ibushi!"
      >Ibushi
      More than anything Kenny wants to know why Ibushi did it, but he can't talk to him. So they fight. It's a tragedy. These two broken men in a last man standing match. It goes on for painfully too long. They're both busted open, injured, and beaten senseless. It's more a match of the instincts of these two men who might as well be dead, but don't know it yet. In the end, it's a no contest. The Golden Lovers embrace soaked in blood sweat and tears, and they leave with something more important than victory. With a friendship that can weather any of the storms ahead. With love.

      Tiny khan will never give us this reeeeee

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The irony is that Tony is so fricking dimwitted he might not even give Kenny Omega of all people a goodbye tour or give him the sendoff he deserves when it's time.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    So, what your saying is. That, Kenny may have had is Final Fantasy

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Okada 5, tiebreaker with Ospreay, AJ Styles, Cody Rhodes for the WWE title, finally Ibushi to bring his character’s entire story full circle at its end.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Really don't care about this shitter with a rotten shitter

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    His last match should be him against Ospreay or Hangman while passing the torch

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Omega’s last match should absolutely not be against Hanger. There are so many better choices for a last match from both a talent and lore perspective. Okada, Ibushi, Cody for the WWE championship, even Ospreay is a better choice for a final match. Plus Kenny has always talked about a wrestlemania match against AJ Styles and that would be cool too considering Kenny expelling Styles from Bullet Club started Omega’s big run but they never properly feuded.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Royal Rumble 2025, Wrestlemania 41 vs Cody to beat him for the title, Summerslam vs Gunther, War Games w/ Elite vs Bloodline, ironman match vs Randy Orton at Royal Rumble 2026, Wrestlemania 42 vs Ilja to lose the title

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get squashed by Ryback 5 times

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous
  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ospreay, No Title, Single, Main Event Wembley, None
    Shibata, No Title, Single, Any time NJPW, None
    Rey Mysterio, No Title, Single, WrestleMania, he injures Dom
    Takeshita, No Title, Single, any time DDT Japan
    Sanada, No Title, Single, NJPW G1 Wild Card surprise entry

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If I wasn't so confident that NJPW wouldn't go as far as to give Omega his flowers proper if he came back for a retirement run I'd say having one last G1 Climax win and winning the IWGP HW Championship as a challenger at WK would be a pretty fitting sendoff. Nooj isn't doing any of that for a gaijin no matter how well he did for them though.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I was thinking more Sanada needs a major boost to get him to the next level.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Actual answer:
    Match 1: vs hangman page for aew title, he puts hangman over
    Match 2: vs john cena in wwe, omega wins
    Match 3: vs cm punk in wwe for whc, he puts punk over
    Match 4: woth cm punk vs seth rollins and roman reigns
    Match 5: returns to aew, puts hangman page over again, shakes his hand hugs him and retires

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Any 5 on the planet?
    >EC3 and becomes NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion
    >Finally do Styles vs AJ for the NWA belt. I need to see that match happen before he goes I don’t care how much either man may have fallen.
    >Cage match for Ospreay III to merge The NWA and AEW World titles, losing to Ospreay.
    >Golden Lovers vs Young Bucks
    >Hangman vs Omega - (x) vs career

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Styles vs AJ
      kek meant Styles vs Omega.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Styles vs AJ would be a gigadimes match though

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Machine Jerk

    i spend all five making him go all out with naito one more time

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The Rock
    AJ Styles
    Kevin Owens
    Riho
    Shinsuke Nakamura

  15. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    He comes back and ask the Bucks why they betrayed him. They just laugh and giggle and toy with him / troll him in conversation. Literally his best frends, when he asks them, hurt, why they don't care about him any more, literally don't even look him in the eye, they ust look at each other and laugh. Mean girls shit. Wees after week. One week he asks again and they 'answer' by beating the shit out of him in the middle of the ring in the final segment of a Dynamite. After the soften him up, Okada comes out and puts the exclamation point on him. The Bucks finally start talking and scream at Kenny. Maybe Don Callis tier stuff. Might be repetitive because we already had that from him so maybe a different spin on it, I dunno. Also, they admit they burden resentment against Kenny because he's beaten them 3 times in tag action (w/ Ibushi, w/ Hangman, w/ Jericho).
    Bottom line though, they say they know Kenny is crocked, finished, Okada is in his prime, and they didn't wanna be dragged down by Kenny.
    Kenny takes time off to recover physically and emotionally from this. Eventually comes back and says he's not finished, and wants a decider with Okada to prove it. Okada grins and refuses. Says Kenny was his equal before but not any more. The injuries and loss of half his intestines means he knows Kenny can't compete with him any more. Kenny eventually admits he has his own doubts about himself and says he neeeeeeeds the match to know if he can still compete at the top level, especially considering Ospreay and Takeshita beat him last year. Okada still refuses. Eventually he says..."Ok I'll tell you what Kenny, I'll gve you a match, but first you have to earn it. You have to prove you're even worthy any more. To get to me, you're gonna have to beat each Buck, 1-v-1 first! Any loss or draw and you won't get a match with me."

  16. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    >Match 1: Matt Jackson
    (We've seen tag action between them, but it always fell back into gimmicky Bucks style tag action. I've always wondered how serious nooj-style singles matches would go against either Buck. I think they'd be a lot better, without a tag partner for tag gimmicks, and against an opponent like Kenny, I think either Buck is capable of having a good, serious 1-v-1 match. This gives them the reason to bring out that ability).
    Decently competitive back and forth match, but in the end Kenny wins fair and square. Matt can pull the >muh back thing out again at the end of the match, Kenny starts targeting the back with all back focused moves. Thus Kenny dominates the final bit of the match and wins.
    No interference in this one, as Okada and Bucks were perhaps gauging Kenny's level and checking if they would even need to interfere. Turns out Kenny's not dead yet and so they might have to interfere next match.
    >Winner: Kenny Omega

  17. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    Okada and Bucks regroup. Eventually we move to Nick.
    >Match 2: Nick Jackson
    Matt interferes a fair bit in this one. Enough to frick up Kenny's momentum every time he builds some. And to annoy and distract him. So unlike the previous match, this one is not 50-50 until the end, Nick has the upper hand the bulk of the match. The match ends with a screwjob finish, the ref calls for the bell to be rung Earl Hebner style, crowd livid. Nick wins, Kenny won't get to face Okada. It's over. Turns out the Bucks used their EVP pull to threaten the ref (probably Bryce as he's the cuckiest) with firing unless he pulled that shit. But no matter, it looks like they got away with it, the match ends, the PPV moves on to the next match.
    >Winner: Nick Jackson
    At the end of the night, after the main event whatever it is, the celebration is interrupted by TK coming out. Says he has a very important announcement to make. Says he got wind of what the Bucks did and he ain't gonna allow it, calls Bryce back out tells him to do the right thing and his job will be safe. Bryce officially reverses the decision from earlier in the night, and thus TK orders the match to continue until there is a true winner. Kenny returns from the locker room with ice on his whatever in extreme pain but ready to go. Bucks and Okada are already at a bar or their hotel and appear on the tron and refuse to return. TK says clear evidence of breach of ther EVP contracts (thou shalt not bring the company into disrepute or some shit), so he has cause to immediately fire them and EVPs and sue them for damages, sayign he has the money to tie them up in court for years. Angrily, reluctantly, they make their way back to the arena. Takes 10-15 mins, but they come back, TK bars Matt and Okada from ringside, match resumes, Kenny wins. Okada confronts Kenny after the match. It's set.
    >Real Winner: Kenny Omega

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Eddie & Omega vs Bucks at PPV
    Omega vs Okada on Rampage
    Omega vs Cope on a random collision with no build
    Omega vs Osprey all in 2
    Omega vs Garcia in a retirement match on Dynamite

  19. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    >Match 3: Kazuchika Okada
    Not sure if it would be best at Wembley Dome or deserves the better atmosphere of a smaller arena, like MSG. Either way.
    (Let's be honest, it can't just be a carbon copy or composite of their previosu matches. Kenny really is crocked irl, if they try to produce another of their nooj matches, it'll just be a far inferior version. We've already the absolute best of what they can offer in that kind of match. For this to be memorable, this needs to be a totally different type of match. Some kind of gimmick match. A brutal hardcore type match. We've never seen Okada in this kind of match, so it'll be good to see him move out of his comfort zone as well and have an 'American'-style match. Irl, he can never be considered a goat unless he gets his hands dirty (and his head bloody) and do some hardcore type matches.)
    So it needs to be a ladder match or a cage match, or a hell-in-a-cell type match. Even a simple 'street fight' will do as long as it's a hardcore bloody brawl. It can have it's moments where it becomes about in-ring brilliance agan, it can flash in and out of that mode. But ultimately it needs to be something different, and it will be. Momentum can be all over the place. Can have stretches where Kenny dominates, Okada dominates, even stretches, stretches where momentum really shifts rapidly between the two. Ultimately though, it needs to tell the story that where before they were equals, now Kenny is just one step or half a step slower, he can't compete wth Okada any more. Okada will dominate the final quarter of the match, and then puts Kenny down like a tired, defeated dog.
    >Winner: Kazuchika Okada

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I have zero desire for them to tread the “Kenny is washed” and “Kenny left his wrestling heart in Japan” type of matches. They buried Omega with this shit in 2019 and the audience already gets the message loud and clear by now that that Kenny isn’t The Cleaner of 2016-2018. I’d put him over Okada in a 5th match. The man has earned it and has home court advantage.

  20. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    Kenny accepts his definitive defeat at Okada's hands, accepts that it signals he can't compete at the top any more. Also says he injured himself even more. Says the injuries keep piling up faster than he can heal them, so he's come to understand that this is it. His body is giving out. The end of his career is right up ahead. It's not just that he can't compete at the top any more. He can't compete AT ALL any more unless he wants to end up in a wheelchair. He just needs to think of how he wants to end it, who his final match should be against. (Presented like his powers are fading like the Greens Ranger's did at the end of his run in MMPR).
    Ospreay comes out, wants to be his final match, but Kenny turns him down, says he (Kenny) has no chance, Will has already surpassed him, and Kenny will be watching and cheering Will on as his career keeps reachign new heights. They embrace in respect and Will accepts it and leaves.
    Jay White then comes out and teases Kenny with a match proposal...but it never materializes as Jay says he already surpassed Kenny in 2018 and that he wouldn't stoop so low as to give Kenny a match. He laughs at Kenny and then leaves. Kenny, dejected, leaves too.

    We see vignettes over time of Kenny at home, Kenny walking on the beach. He wonders to himself if he's already retired by default now.
    BUT...in the run-up to Forbidden Door...Kenny receives a message from NJPW. They have a challenge for him...if he's up to it. If he's willing...he'll come to Forbidden Door to face a talent they send to fight him...a Mystery Opponent!
    Kenny is intrigued and accepts the offer.

    Come Forbidden Door, Kenny makes his entrance first, then stands in the ring awaiting his mystery opponent.

  21. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    >Match 4: The Scapegoat, Jack Perry
    In a sensational return to AEW (of sorts), the Scapegoat comes out looking for a brawl and absolutely takes it to Kenny. Shows aggression not even seen when he orginally turned heel. He isn't just an butthole heel any more, he's legit angry. Fights Kenny with righteous fire and beats him. Even though he's a bad guy he shows so much fire and rage and fight that he kind of wins the crowd over. Kenny puts him over, definitively. After the match Jack gets on the mic and roars that he's been exiled, that he's gone through hell all this time because of shit that Kenny and the Elite started. Said as EVPs on the company they set up a toxic soup that he accidentally stepped in and fell victim to. Says he was made to take the blame for their sins. Says he blames them for the near loss of his career, for two years in exile, for the loss of his gf. Absolutely rages. sounds real not his usual cringe because he's shootin', brother. Says now that he's taken out Kenny, he's coming for the Bucks, then he's coming for Hangman, and eventually he's coming for TK and AEW. Crowd don't even know whether to cheer or boo. It's unclear whether ths means he's back in AEW or not. He finishes by turning back to Kenny and brutalising him and throwing him off the stage or some shit. Maybe putting him through (real) glass lol. When Kenny eventually gets up, he seems to be saying goodbye to the live crowd.
    >Winner: Jack Perry

    On the next Dynamite, TK opens by announcing that yes indeed, Kenny Omega has had his last match in AEW, and has left AEW by mutual consent.

  22. 4 weeks ago
    r8/h8/appreci8

    After a long gap, Kenny starts signalling on social media that he needs to go back to where it all began. Says he has unfinished business in Japan.
    Tbh I don't really know how to write this, I don't know how to engineer it. But he has one more match. In Japan. In DDT. Ibushi. It's hard to write because I don't know how you get to this match, there's no bad blood, and Ibushi is fricking crocked himself. Maybe they both express concern for one another or something. Kenny wants Kota to retire for his own health. Kota wants Kenny to retire for his own health. Out of brotherly love, they agree to fight, because each is trying to save the other. So it's set.
    >Match 5: Kota Ibushi - RETIREMENT MATCH
    They're both absolutely fricking crocked (even if they can actually do the match a lot better, they shouldn't, they should ham it up as two absolutely broken down old warriors in agony). In the end, Kenny surprisingly has a little something extra in the tan that Kota just didn't have. Kenny finally gets a win over Kota. Kota has to retire. Post-match they talk in the ring (this is why it had to be in Japan, in DDT, so they can talk in Japanese to a crowd who knows the full story). Kenny says he's glad he won, because now Kota can retire, because he knows Kota is too crazy and wouldn't have retired on his own. But he knows Kota won't renege on a promise to him. Kota says he doesn't want to retire...he had more, unfulfilled dreams in the ring. But a promise is a promise. Kenny gets back on the mic and says he is so relieved because he always planned to retire after the match too, he was just hoping he'd win so Kota would retire too. They both officially retire and embrace and cry. The crowd cries too. It's over. Post-match they go to Ribera for a boiled steak and corn.
    >Winner: Kenny Omega

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Gotta get that corn, bro.

  23. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Samoa Joe (assuming hes still champ when he comes back): Omega wins the belt and we start off his last title reign

    Adam Copeland - Pull a majin vegeta with Adam in that he realizes this might be his last chance to fight him so he does everything he can to antagonist omega to agree to a fight. Have adam be a vicious heel for weeks on end until their big fight. Omega goes over

    Bryan Danielson: Danielson and Omega team up to fight off the gay Bucks and their Mcmahon helmsley angle of sending flunkies at them. Eventually Danielson and Omega fight off the bucks. The two agree to a title fight to settle their own score, Omega goes over. Handshake at the end

    Goldberg: Has his one final run in AEW, Omega goes over

    Ospreay: The battle for the face of AEW, fued for weeks, Ospreay goes over and becomes the New AEW champ and the torch is passed

    Okada - (The Finale): 60 minute iron man match, the final dance between the two, do a wm12 where the time is up and is extended into sudden death, Okada goes over one last time

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I like most of this except for Shitberg and Okada going over against Kenny in their final match. Would move Okada to second last match, have Ibushi be the final where he either puts Ibushi over or winds up in a draw or something.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Okada going over against Kenny in their final match. Would move Okada to second last match, have Ibushi be the final
        Only reason I would book Okada going over is because he would still be in the company as an active wrestler. So that momentum could always used to put someone else over

        Didnt include Ibushi cause i thought the dude was heemed/done with his career? If not then i agree he should be the final match

  24. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The only logical answer would simply be to book him in 3 ways where one guy gets knocked out of the match first so he can wrestle forever.

  25. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sora
    Secret Ending
    No stip
    Right before xenihort
    The Coliseum
    100% completion
    Sora goes over

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You bring up a good point. Kenny's last match should be Kid Bandit. I don't think you get someone like that trying to be a wrestler without Kenny. It's ultimately his legacy and sole contribution to the wrestling industry.

  26. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    all against yano 5 minute time limit

  27. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Danielson
    Okada
    Ibushi
    Cody
    Lesnar

    If he only gets 5 then keep him the frick away from the Bucks.

  28. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Seibert. Wilusz. McPhetridge. Stacy. Then, finally, after besting the world's greatest pedophiles and declares himself their king, he puts Chris Hansen over

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