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Conspiracy Victim Vito
12-08-2003, 10:32 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Let's see how successful this one is compared to the one on the old boards.

My TNM7 circuit can be found here:</font>

http://www.dvsnwr.com/kapoutland/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=679&sid=cda320898f6a331bea8d4c1999da30b0

Cactus Sid
12-09-2003, 09:36 AM
It'll be highly unsuccessful :(

Mike the Metal Ed
12-09-2003, 09:50 AM
<font face="Century Gothic" color=#2E4998 size=2>I'm not using EWR on this machine because it's too slow. I'm sure I'll post some kind of diary where I resurrect some dead or poor company, then run out of ideas after two months.</font>

Mike the Metal Ed
12-11-2003, 12:52 PM
Bump-a-roonie

Cassidy
12-11-2003, 05:57 PM
Can someone tell me where i can dl the latest version of ewr? i lost the addy a while back and havent been able to find it since :'(

Vega
12-11-2003, 06:39 PM
you can probably find it on google.

I haven't transferred my old game to my new computer yet so I haven't played for a long time.

Supermark101
12-11-2003, 06:43 PM
Can someone tell me where i can dl the latest version of ewr? i lost the addy a while back and havent been able to find it since :'(


Try this link.

http://www.400softwarestudios.com/invboard/upload/index.php

M-A-G
12-13-2003, 09:13 PM
Damn...I almost forget there was a thread for this sort of stuff. I'll try to get my stuff organized so I can post an updated roster and current PPV line-up. Just a quick reminder, I'm in the year 2021 about 2 weeks away from Backlash. :y:

M-A-G
12-14-2003, 04:08 PM
OK, here it is, the updated roster and title holders:

RAW BRAND Superstars
Adara James: Face
Alyssa Skull: Heel
Brooke: Heel
Bull Buchanan: Heel
Charisma O’Reilly (manager): Face
Charlotte Morrison: Face
Chris Sylvain: Face
Christian: Heel
Frost: Heel
Gail Kim: Heel
Garrett: Heel
Hurricane: Face
Ivory: Face
Jason Cross: Face
Jerome: Heel
Jerry Lynn: Heel
Jodie Marie: Heel
Jordan: Heel
Katy Feenix: Heel
Ken Shamrock: Face
Kim Roderick: Heel
Lita: Face
Matt Hardy: Heel
Mizteek: Heel
Rayne: Face
Reaper: Heel
Reiko: Face
Rene Dupree: Heel
Rob Conway: Heel
Rosey: Face
Stacy Keibler (manager): Face
Sylvan Grenier: Heel
Tempest: Heel
Test: Heel
The Rock: Heel
Trinity: Face
Trish Stratus: Face
Tyra Foxx: Heel
Vanessa (manager): Face

SmackDown! BRAND Superstars
AJ Styles: Heel
Alicia (manager): Heel
Apocalypse: Face
Billy Kidman: Face
Bishop: Face
Chad Collyer: Face
Charlie Haas: Heel
Chris Benoit: Face
‘Dangerous Man’ Chris Linares: Face
David E.: Face
Eric Angle: Face
Francine (manager): Face
Jamie Noble: Face
Jason Collins: Heel
Jimmy Yang: Heel
John Cena: Face
Johnny the Bull: Heel
Kanyon: Heel
Kaz Hayashi: Heel
Kreeve: Face
Kurt Angle: Face
Nick Dinsmore: Face
Raven: Face
Rey Mysterio: Face
Rhyno: Heel
Ron Killings: Heel
Sean Casey: Heel
Sean Criss: Heel
Seven: Heel
Shelton Benjamin: Heel
Spanky: Face
Tajiri: Heel
Taka Michinoku: Face
Ultimo Dragon: Face

Title Holders:
WWE Championship: Chris Sylvain
WWE European Championship: David E.
WWE Intercontinental Championship: Garrett
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Spanky
WWE Women's Championship: Alyssa Skull
WWE Tag Team Championship: Billy Kidman and Rey Mysterio

The Mackem
12-15-2003, 07:10 AM
OK so this is my present game that I can remember of the top of my head.

I started as XPW, medium difficulty with no edits except for putting myself in because I thought that they could really benefit from my wrestling skills.

Started out on 20% at cult and I'm presently at about 95%, with two TV shows on Monday and Wednesday. I was making loads of money to start with but the profit for my last month was only $200 000 but that's still good enough and was mainly due to the people who I had on open contracts. I've only got people like AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, Juvi Guerrera and Kid Kash on open contracts now, the rest are on written.

I bought/took over Ring of Honour which I feel kind of guilty about now. I've kept the Ring of Honour World and Tag Team belts so I can have unification matches at an upcoming event (just for the fantasy element).

Errrm that's all for now.

Champion of Europa
12-15-2003, 12:48 PM
I figure I'll help the topic grow somewhat so I'm gonna post my new game I'm making because my hard drive got wiped.

I just downloaded 4.0 and I'm downloading the pics and logos because I have finished with the banners.

What fed should I start with?

Champion of Europa
12-15-2003, 03:19 PM
OK, I just got everything downloaded and I have a Japanese Wrestling Patch on it so I can get Japanese wrestlers like Kawada, Misawa, Kobashi etc. If they ever stop with their stupid tour commitments. :mad: It also has the current WWE roster added as well up to last week's RAW.

I'm working with the WWE, btw.

Note: I have edited nothing, everything is the way the stat update I downloaded has it.

Signings:

Mike Tyson
Yumiko Hotta (female)
Shinobu Kandori (female)
Mio (Formerly The Bloody) (female)

:mad: @ PRIDE and AJPW etc. They've got lots of good people. :cry:

Details:

No Roster Split

Titles and Holders:

World Heavyweight: Bill Goldberg
Intercontinental: RVD
Women's: Molly Holly
World Tag Team: Vacant

(I fired D-Von as well as a load of other untalented people.)

Feuds:

Major

The Rock (heel) vs. Goldberg (face)
Mark Henry (heel) vs. Rob Van Dam (face)
Rhyno and A-Train (heels) vs. John Cena and Edge (faces)

Minor

Triple H (heel) vs. Kane (face)
Mike Tyson (heel) vs. Kurt Angle (face)
Molly Holly (heel) vs. Mio (face)
Chris Jericho (tweener) vs. The Big Show
Shawn Michaels (face) vs. The Undertaker (heel)

Smackdown in a minute.

Champion of Europa
12-15-2003, 03:58 PM
There was a error in the game while I was booking so I dunno if Smackdown will work right, but here it goes:

Smackdown Results:

Kane turns face by attacking HHH. 74% (Triple H lost overness from this segment. Kane lost overness from this segment. Kane's turn was completed, and he is now a face. Kane gained overness from this turn.)

The Rock hypes the main event against Goldberg. 94%

A-Train and Rhyno d. John Cena and Edge by cheating to capture the World Tag Team Titles. **1/2 (The World Tag Team Titles have gained in image)

Molly Holly d. Mio by cheating to retain the Women's title. ** (Both Mio and Molly Holly are losing heat because of their bad gimmicks)

Chris Jericho and The Big Show trade insults. 80% (Jericho lost overness)

Mike Tyson makes his debut by attacking Kurt Angle. 97%

RVD d. Mark Henry by DQ when Theodore Long ran in. **1/2 (The IC title has gained in image)

Mike Tyson and Kurt Angle fought to a draw when they were both DQ'd. **3/4

Undertaker turned heel on Shawn Michaels by helping Batista attack him. 79%

Bill Goldberg d. The Rock by DQ to retain the World Heavyweight title. ***1/4.

Overall rating: 80%

Mail:

Pat Patterson: John Cena and Edge work well together as a team, it adds to their matches.

Mark Henry: I think i should be higher up the card.

Mike Tyson: I think i should be higher up the card.

The Rock: The Rock thinks that that little piece of monkey anus Bill Goldberg was working too stiff against The Great One.

We got a 6.23 rating for Smackdown.

Got a 4.05 rating for Velocity. (Auto booked. 85%)

Got a 4.51 rating for Heat. (Auto booked. 82%)

Incidents:

Lucy has been injured. She will be out 7 months with a ripped bicep.

Analyzing:

Worst segment of the night: Kane's face turn.

Best segment of the night: Mike Tyson and Kurt Angle's confrontation.

Best match of the night: Bill Goldberg vs. The Rock.

Worst match of the night: Molly Holly vs. Mio.

Control Notes:

I pushed Mark Henry up to Midcarder.

I pushed Mike Tyson up to Main Event.

Moved risk down to 60% with complaints from Spike TV.

Cactus Sid
12-20-2003, 06:17 PM
I'm currently doing a scenario which started in January 1998 with the roster that was available then in each fed.

I'm in February 99, heading towards No Way Out. I'm gutted because Heyman just offered me a job at ECW, but I had to turn it down, as I hate having plans that don't actually go through.

My current champions are:

WWF Champion: Shawn Michaels (won from The Rock)
WWF Intercontinental Champion: Booker T (won from Scott Steiner)
WWF European Champion: Kurt Angle (won from Lance Storm)
WWF Hardcore Champion: Shane Helms (won from Christian)
WWF Tag Team Champions: British Bulldog and Owen Hart (won from Lance Storm and The Great Muta)
NWA North American Champion: Eddie Guerrero (won from The Great Muta)

I have finalised the mania card, which should end up being...

WWF Title: Bret Hart vs Shawn Michaels
WWF IC Title: Booker T vs Scott Steiner vs Triple H
WWF Tag Team Titles: Owen Hart and The British Bulldog vs Chris Jericho and Lance Storm
WWF European Title: Kurt Angle vs Shane Helms
WWF Hardcore Title Ladder Match: Jody Fleisch vs Rey Mysterio
NWA North American Title: Eddie Guerrero vs The Great Muta
Steve Austin vs The Rock
Rowdy Roddy Piper vs Scott Hall
Hell In A Cell: Mankind vs The Undertaker

As you can see I have signed A LOAD of talent from WCW and ECW, but it just makes things more interesting. I also can't wait to see what the booking will turn to for the Mania Main Event, and what will happen afterwards when they have a slanging match. Brilliant :D

Cactus Sid
12-20-2003, 06:18 PM
Also, only 1 new promotion has opened and been successful (ECW, WCW and WWF are the original promotions) and that promotion happens to be NEW Extreme Championship Wrestling

Cactus Sid
12-20-2003, 06:19 PM
Also, final thing, funniest thing I've seen on the game in a while. Triple H was out for a month with a Broken Nose.

Mike the Metal Ed
12-20-2003, 07:55 PM
Also, final thing, funniest thing I've seen on the game in a while. Triple H was out for a month with a Broken Nose.

LOL. I'm surprised it didn't say he died of drowning from a broken nose.

Champion of Europa
12-21-2003, 02:03 PM
Here is RAW:

The Rock trash talked Goldberg. 99%

The Big Show squashed Akio. ** Jericho ran in afterwards and attacked Show.

Molly Holly jumps Mio backstage. 64% (Molly gained overness)

A-Train defeated John Cena by interference from Rhyno. **1/2 Edge ran in for the save after the match. (A-Train gained overness)

Kurt Angle calls out Mike Tyson and they brawl. 93%

Shawn Michaels hypes a match against the Hurricane. 95%

Shawn Michaels defeated The Hurricane. ***1/4 Undertaker attacked Michaels after the match.

Batista defeated Kane by interference from HHH. **3/4

RVD hyped his match with Randy Orton. 83%

RVD defeated Randy Orton by DQ when Mark Henry ran in. **** (IC Title has gained in image)

The Rock attacks Bill Goldberg in the ring, hitting The Rock Bottom and Goldberg no sells it. 94%

Overall Rating: 82%

Best Segment: The Rock's interview on Goldberg.

Worst Segment: Molly Holly's attack on Mio.

Best Match: Randy Orton vs. RVD

Worst Match: The Big Show vs. Akio.

Mail:

Booker T: How about booking me against Scott Steiner? I'm sure we could do some pretty entertaining stuff that the fans would like.

No.

Brock Lesnar: I'd like to work with Rob Van Dam if possible.

Maybe.

We got a 5.98 rating for 'RAW'!

Champion of Europa
12-21-2003, 02:19 PM
Here is Smackdown:

RVD defeated Mark Henry by DQ when Randy Orton ran in. **3/4 Mark Henry attacked Randy Orton afterward.

Big Show confronts Jericho. 90%

Molly Holly trash talked Mio. 70%

Batista squashed Maven. ** Batista continued to destroy him afterward.

Shawn Michaels defeated Chris Benoit. **** Undertaker attacked Michaels afterwards.

Edge hyped his match with Rhyno. 81%

Rhyno defeated Edge by interference from A-Train. *** Cena ran in to save Edge afterwards. (Edge lost overness)

Mike Tyson jumps Kurt Angle in the back. 88%

Kane defeated Randy Orton. *** Triple H tried to attack Kane afterwards.

The Rock hypes his match with Sean O'Haire. 100%

The Rock defeated Sean O'Haire. **3/4 Bill Goldberg attacked Rock afterwards.

Overall Rating: 78%

Best Segment: Rock's interview on O'Haire.

Worst Segment: Molly's interview on Mio.

Best Match: Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Benoit.

Worst Match: Oddly enough, Rock vs. Sean O'Haire.

Got a 6.23 rating for Smackdown.

Champion of Europa
12-24-2003, 05:27 PM
Here is an edition of RAW:

Rob Van Dam defeated Randy Orton by DQ when Mark Henry ran in. Orton attacked Henry afterward. **** (The IC title has gained in image)

Mike Tyson and The Undertaker hyped their main event with Shawn Michaels and Kurt Angle. 90%

Molly Holly sneak attacked Mio. 58% (Mio gained overness)

Chris Jericho challenges Big Show to a match at Royal Rumble. Big Show accepts. 80%

Kane squashed Bubba Ray Dudley. **3/4 Triple H attacked Kane after the match.

John Cena and Edge challenge A-Train and Rhyno to a match for the Tag Titles at Royal Rumble. It is accepted. 78%

The Rock continued his feud with Goldberg via interview. 93%

Randy Orton and Ric Flair challenged Mark Henry to a match at next week's RAW. 96% (Orton and Flair gained overness)

Goldberg squashed Doug Basham. **3/4 Danny Basham ran in and was squashed promptly too. (Doug and Danny are losing overness because of their weak gimmicks.)

Shawn Michaels and Kurt Angle hype their match with Mike Tyson and The Undertaker. 96%

Mike Tyson and The Undertaker defeated Kurt Angle and Shawn Michaels when Tyson cheated to pin Kurt Angle. ***1/4 Shawn Michaels and Kurt Angle were beaten down after the match.

Overall Rating: 83%

Best Segment: Tie: Orton and Flair challenge and HBK and Kurt Angle's interview on Tyson/Taker.

Worst Segment: Molly Holly's attack on Mio.

Best Match: Randy Orton vs. Rob Van Dam.

Worst Match: Kane squashing Bubba Ray.

Mail:

Doug Basham: I want to be higher on the card.

Denied.

We got a 5.74 rating for RAW.

Mike the Metal Ed
01-01-2004, 09:00 PM
<font face="Century Gothic" size=2 color=#2E4998>Does anyone know where to get a Stat Update from?</font>

Mike the Metal Ed
01-01-2004, 09:01 PM
<font face="Century Gothic" size=2 color=#2E4998>And some decent Scenarios?</font>

thebitch
01-02-2004, 02:14 PM
http://ewb3.ithium.net/ewbII/index.php?

http://www.ravexgames.net/

Champion of Europa
01-02-2004, 03:44 PM
Here is Smackdown:

General Manager Mick Foley announces A-Train vs. John Cena and Edge, and its next. 82%

John Cena and Edge defeated A-Train. ***

Triple H hypes a match with Kane. 85%

Triple H defeates Kane with interference from Batista. ***

Mike Tyson attacks Kurt Angle. 84% (Kurt lost some overness)

Molly Holly calls out Mio, and they brawl. 62% (Molly gained overness)

Randy Orton defeated Mark Henry by cheating. Afterwards RVD ran in to attack Orton and Henry. **1/2

Shawn Michaels challenges Undertaker to a match at the Royal Rumble. 87%

Chris Jericho talks about his feud with The Big Show. 94%

Mick Foley announces RVD will defend his IC Title in a triple threat match vs. Mark Henry and Randy Orton. 91%

Bill Goldberg defeated Sean O'Haire. Afterwards Rock attacked Goldberg. ***

Overall Rating: 78%

Mail:

Brock Lesnar: I want to work with RVD if possible.

We got a 6.10 rating for Smackdown.

Champion of Europa
01-02-2004, 03:51 PM
I'm a week or so away from the Royal Rumble, so I figure I will post my card for it and let you all make predictions, because if I get really close to the Rumble then post my card, I'll get impatient and do the card anyway. Anyway, here we go:

Royal Rumble Match (Participants: Sean O'Haire, Akio, Randy Orton, Mark Henry, Rob Van Dam, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Triple H, Kane, Batista, John Cena, A-Train, Edge, Rhyno, Doug Basham, Danny Basham, Brock Lesnar, Big Show, Chris Jericho, Christian, Jamie Noble, Kevin Nash, Mike Tyson, Kurt Angle, Matt Hardy, Rosey, Booker T, Sakoda, Scott Steiner, Steve Austin)

World Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Goldberg (c) vs. The Rock

The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels

World Tag Team Titles Match: A-Train and Rhyno (c) vs. John Cena and Edge

IC Title Match: RVD (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry

Women's Title Match: Molly Holly (c) vs. Mio

Triple H vs. Kane

Kurt Angle vs. Mike Tyson

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-02-2004, 06:07 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Royal Rumble Match: Randy Orton

World Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Goldberg

Shawn Michaels

World Tag Titles Match: Rhyno and A-Train

IC Title Match: Mark Henry

Women's Title Match: Mio

Kane

Mike Tyson</font>

Champion of Europa
01-02-2004, 06:10 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Royal Rumble Match: Randy Orton

World Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Goldberg

Shawn Michaels

World Tag Titles Match: Rhyno and A-Train

IC Title Match: Mark Henry

Women's Title Match: Mio

Kane

Mike Tyson</font>

4 out of 8.

Champion of Europa
01-03-2004, 04:40 PM
Here is RAW:

Mick Foley announces we will see Mark Henry vs. RVD for the IC Title in the Main Event in a Hardcore Match. 87%

Kurt Angle attacks Mike Tyson. 87%

Eric Bischoff makes Edge vs. A-Train and Rhyno for tonight. 78%

Molly Holly levels Mio with the Women's Title and poses with it. 72% (Mio gained overness)

A-Train and Rhyno defeated Edge. ***

Brock Lesnar defeated Shawn Michaels with help from The Undertaker. Undertaker continued his assault. ***1/4

RVD hyped his match with Henry. 79%

Bill Goldberg squashed Hardcore Holly. Afterwards The Rock made a failed attack on Goldberg. **3/4 (This match was a letdown. World Heavyweight Title has lost image.)

Jericho tries to do a run in on Big Show but it fails and Jericho gets chokeslammed. 89%

Kane challenges HHH to a match at the Rumble. It is accepted. 82%

RVD defeated Mark Henry when Randy Orton ran in to attack Henry. Orton and RVD double teamed him. ***

Overall Rating: 80%

Mail:

Hardcore Holly: Bill Goldberg was working too stiffly. I could've been hurt.

You reap what you sew, Sparky.

Patt Patterson: Rob Van Dam and Mark Henry didn't 'click' in their match, maybe due to their mismatched skills causing their styles not to gel?

Bah.

Got a 5.68 rating for RAW.

Incident Notes:

Mark Henry is injured. He's out 16 months. (Crap) I have chosen to release him.

Ultimo Dragon never appeared at a big photo shoot we have organized for him.

Suspended for a month.

RR Show Changes:

Because of Henry's injury and release, I have decided to continue on with the IC Title match, now having it as Randy Orton vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Sean O'Haire.

Champion of Europa
01-03-2004, 08:22 PM
Smackdown:

Because of contractual disagreements, Mark Henry has been fired, so Mick Foley announces that RVD will defend his title in a triple threat match, as scheduled, against Randy Orton, and Sean O'Haire. RVD will also fight Sean O'Haire next. 90%

Sean O'Haire defeats RVD in a non title match. Orton comes in and attacks O'Haire afterwards. ***1/4

Bill Goldberg and Booker T hype their match with The Rock and Brock Lesnar. 84%

Eric Bischoff announces that to make up for Henry's spot in the Rumble, we will have a 1 on 1 match on Heat to qualify, Hardcore Holly vs. Bubba Dudley, in a Hardcore Match. 77%

The Undertaker defeats Chris Benoit. Shawn Michaels attacks Taker afterwards. ***1/4

A-Train and Rhyno attack Cena and Edge. 79%

Chris Jericho attacks Big Show with a lionsault, and it is no sold. 78% (Jericho lost overness from this segment.)

Eddie Guerrero defeated HHH with interference from Kane. **3/4

Mio hits Molly Holly with the belt and poses with it. 72%

Kurt Angle and Mike Tyson are held apart from a brawl. 85%

Bill Goldberg and Booker T defeated The Rock and Brock Lesnar. Rock and Brock attacked Goldberg and Booker afterward. ***1/4

Overall Rating: 79%

Lesnar: Goldberg was working too stiffly. I could've been hurt.

You can handle it.

Got a 5.73 rating for Smackdown.

Royal Rumble, NEXT.

Champion of Europa
01-03-2004, 08:41 PM
The Royal Rumble:

HEAT: Hardcore Holly defeated Bubba Ray Dudley in a Hardcore Match to qualify for the Royal Rumble match. *** (Holly gained overness, Bubba lost overness)

Sean O'Haire defeated Rob Van Dam and Randy Orton to win the IC Title. ***1/4 (IC Title has lost image)

Molly Holly defeated Mio by cheating to retain the Women's Title. **1/2 They brawled to the back after the match.

A-Train and Rhyno defeated Edge and John Cena by cheating to retain the Tag Team Titles. Train and Rhyno attacked them afterwards. ***1/4 (The Tag Titles have gained in image.)

The Undertaker defeated Shawn Michaels. Shawn Michaels attacked Taker after the match. ***1/4

Triple H defeated Kane by interference from Batista. They double teamed him after the match. **3/4

Mike Tyson and Kurt Angle fought to a double DQ. ***

Bill Goldberg defeated The Rock by DQ when The Rock used a chair. ****1/4

I will now post the entire Royal Rumble: Royal Rumble : Brock Lesnar and Matt Hardy are the first two competitors. Lesnar slams Matt Hardy. Brock Lesnar scores with a big spinebuster. Entry # 3 : Triple H! M.Hardy takes a headbutt from Triple H. Running knee lift from Triple H. Entry # 4 : Chris Jericho! Dropkick connects, M.Hardy goes down. Second rope flying axe handle, M.Hardy goes down. Entry # 5 : Steven Richards! M.Hardy hits a dropkick on Steven Richards. M.Hardy hits a wicked chop that echoes through the building. Entry # 6 : Sean O'Haire! HHH slams Sean O'Haire. Sean O'Haire got thrown over the top rope by HHH. (Elimination # 1) Entry # 7 : Big Show! Brock Lesnar hits some punches. Bodyslam by Lesnar. Entry # 8 : Kevin Nash! HHH hits a right hand. Spear! M.Hardy is down and hurt. Entry # 9 : Christian! Lame kick from Show. Christian got thrown over the top rope by Show. (Elimination # 2) Entry # 10 : Jamie Noble! Jericho receives some punishment. Big backdrop on Jericho, executed well. Entry # 11 : John Cena! HHH receives some punishment. Triple H got bundled out by Lesnar. (Elimination # 3) Entry # 12 : Rhyno! Big clothesline on Noble. Lesnar slams Jamie Noble. Entry # 13 : Akio! Back elbow connects, M.Hardy staggers backward. Matt Hardy got bundled out by Rhyno. (Elimination # 4) Entry # 14 : A-Train! Back elbow connects, Richards staggers backward. Stiff chop lights up Richards. Entry # 15 : Randy Orton! Noble gets slammed. Death valley driver by John Cena, Jamie Noble got planted. Entry # 16 : Rob Van Dam! Stiff chop lights up Show. Lifting DDT by Rhyno, looked good. Entry # 17 : Doug Basham! Rhyno bodyslams Big Show. Big Show got thrown over the top rope by Rhyno. (Elimination # 5) Entry # 18 : Edge! Big clothesline on Basham. Brock Lesnar hits some punches. Entry # 19 : Danny Basham! Chris Jericho scores with a back heel kick on A-Train. Diamond Dust from Chris Jericho, A-Train is out. Entry # 20 : Steve Austin! Stiff chop lights up Orton. Danny tried to eliminate Randy Orton, who hung onto the top rope. Entry # 21 : Kurt Angle! Big clothesline on Rhyno. Chanelling the spirit of Misawa, Edge uses a forearm to the face. Entry # 22 : Booker T! Fallaway slam by Steve Austin. Kevin Nash was eliminated by Stone Cold. (Elimination # 6) Entry # 23 : Batista! Batista takes a back suplex. Gut buster, Batista hits hard. Entry # 24 : Hardcore Holly! Stiff high kick on Cena by Chris Jericho who has evidently been watching some old AJPW tapes recently. John Cena got thrown over the top rope by Jericho. (Elimination # 7) Entry # 25 : Eddie Guerrero! RVD hits a dropkick on Chris Jericho. RVD hits a wicked chop that echoes through the building. Entry # 26 : Kane! Steve Austin hits some punches. Stone Cold threw Kurt Angle over the top rope. (Elimination # 8) Entry # 27 : Scott Steiner! Richards takes a headbutt from A-Train. A-Train tried to get Steven Richards over the top rope, but Gravity made the save. Entry # 28 : The Undertaker! Rob Van Dam scores with a back heel kick on Batista. Batista was eliminated by RVD. (Elimination # 9) Entry # 29 : Shawn Michaels! Brock Lesnar hits some punches. Powerbomb on Danny. Entry # 30 : Mike Tyson! HBK slams The Undertaker. The Undertaker got thrown over the top rope by HBK. (Elimination # 10) Hard back suplex on Richards. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Steven Richards got eliminated by RVD. (Elimination # 11) Big backdrop on Noble, executed well. Jamie Noble got thrown over the top rope by Booker. (Elimination # 12) Rhyno receives some punishment. Edge scores with a big spinebuster. Stiff chop lights up Akio. Hardcore went for the elimination, but Akio held on to the ropes. Akio gets slammed. Akio got bundled out by A-Train. (Elimination # 13) Booker slams Doug Basham down. Booker threw Doug Basham over the top rope. (Elimination # 14) Edge takes a right hand to the temple from Tyson. Edge got thrown over the top rope by Tyson. (Elimination # 15) Stone Cold bodyslams Shawn Michaels. Stone Cold threw Shawn Michaels over the top rope. (Elimination # 16) Stone Cold hits a right hand. Powerbomb on Kane. Rob Van Dam hits a rolling kick on Rhyno. Rhyno got eliminated by RVD. (Elimination # 17) Stone Cold hits a stump piledriver on Chris Jericho. Stone Cold tried to eliminate Chris Jericho, who hung onto the top rope. Legsweep out of Nowhere. Where is Nowhere, and why do moves keep coming out of there? Does it have a factory? Spinning back kick from Eddie Guerrero. Kick from Rob Van Dam to the leg. Tiger suplex on Danny, right from out of the Misawa playbook. Bodyslam by Booker. Booker bodyslams A-Train. Steve Austin fires off some right and left hands. Back elbow connects, Eddie staggers backward. Jericho hits a wicked chop that echoes through the building. Vicious kick to the teeth from Chris Jericho. RVD receives some punishment. Kane scores with a big spinebuster. Fallaway slam by Scott Steiner. Poppa Pump hits a right hand. Chris Jericho hits a rolling kick on Orton. Stiff high kick on Orton by Chris Jericho who has evidently been watching some old AJPW tapes recently. Rude Awakening on A-Train by Booker. A-Train was eliminated by Booker. (Elimination # 18) Mike Tyson with a badly-executed spinning neckbreaker on RVD. Tyson tried to eliminate Rob Van Dam, who hung onto the top rope. Flying shoulder tackle by Poppa Pump sends Hardcore to the mat. Hardcore Holly got bundled out by Poppa Pump. (Elimination # 19) Running knee lift from Brock Lesnar. Brock Lesnar hits some punches. Danny receives some punishment. Danny Basham was eliminated by Poppa Pump. (Elimination # 20) Running knee lift from Randy Orton. Brock Lesnar got eliminated by Orton. (Elimination # 21) Tyson takes a headbutt from Booker T. Mike Tyson got bundled out by Booker. (Elimination # 22) Chris Jericho strikes RVD. Jericho tried to eliminate Rob Van Dam, who hung onto the top rope. Orton hits a right hand. Vertical suplex by Randy Orton. Kane receives some punishment. Kane got thrown over the top rope by Booker. (Elimination # 23) Nice piledriver on Orton. Stone Cold tried to get Randy Orton over the top rope, but Gravity made the save. RVD hits a wicked chop that echoes through the building. Booker T got thrown over the top rope by RVD. (Elimination # 24) Jericho hits a wicked chop that echoes through the building. Rob Van Dam got eliminated by Jericho. (Elimination # 25) Spinebuster by Scott Steiner. Poppa Pump tried to get Randy Orton over the top rope, but Gravity made the save. Stone Cold walks into a spike slam. Orton tried to eliminate Steve Austin, who hung onto the top rope. Super frankensteiner on Orton, who hit hard. Jericho went for the elimination, but Randy Orton held on to the ropes. Spinning back kick from Chris Jericho. Jericho tried to get Eddie Guerrero over the top rope, but Gravity made the save. Steve Austin fires off some right and left hands. Stone Cold went for the elimination, but Eddie Guerrero held on to the ropes. Legsweep out of Nowhere. Where is Nowhere, and why do moves keep coming out of there? Does it have a factory? Jericho tried to get Eddie Guerrero over the top rope, but Gravity made the save. Back suplex on Poppa Pump, which is a backdrop to you NOAH fans. Scott Steiner got bundled out by Orton. (Elimination # 26) Eddie tastes a high angle back suplex. It probably tasted like chicken. Orton bodyslams Eddie Guerrero. Eddie receives some punishment. Steve Austin scores with a big spinebuster. Flying reverse elbow by Eddie Guerrero. Eddie went for the elimination, but Chris Jericho held on to the ropes. Eddie Guerrero takes a butterfly suplex from Orton. Eddie gets caught with a belly to belly suplex from Orton. Back elbow connects, Stone Cold staggers backward. Stone Cold gets slammed. Big piledriver on Eddie. Stone Cold tried to eliminate Eddie Guerrero, who hung onto the top rope. Orton takes a headbutt from Steve Austin. Stone Cold went for the elimination, but Randy Orton held on to the ropes. Dropkick connects, Orton goes down. Flying elbow from Eddie Guerrero. Double arm suplex by Randy Orton, Eddie hits hard. Orton tried to get Eddie Guerrero over the top rope, but Gravity made the save. Eddie Guerrero scores with a back heel kick on Stone Cold. Hard back suplex on Stone Cold. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Dropkick connects, Stone Cold goes down. Tornado DDT from Eddie Guerrero, Stone Cold got planted. Flying shoulder tackle by Orton sends Jericho to the mat. Chris Jericho was eliminated by Orton. (Elimination # 27) Orton takes a flying neckbreaker from Eddie Guerrero. Eddie tried to eliminate Randy Orton, who hung onto the top rope. Eddie gets caught with a short powerbomb from Orton. Orton went for the elimination, but Eddie Guerrero held on to the ropes. Bodyslam by Stone Cold. Chanelling the spirit of Misawa, Steve Austin uses a forearm to the face. Eddie tastes a high angle back suplex. It probably tasted like chicken. Orton went for the elimination, but Eddie Guerrero held on to the ropes. Stone Cold walks into a high dropkick from Eddie Guerrero. Steve Austin was eliminated by Eddie. (Elimination # 28) Randy Orton uses move #193 (arm-BAR). Big dropkick by Randy Orton, who got good elevation. Eddie Guerrero can barely stand. Here it comes - RKO. Orton threw Eddie Guerrero over the top rope. A good *** rating.

Winner: Randy Orton
Runner Up: Eddie Guerrero.

***

Overall Rating: 82%

Mail:

Cena and Edge work well together as a team.

Edge: Rhyno was working too stiffly. I could've been hurt.

Bill Goldberg and Rock work well together due to their similar styles.

Got a 1.79 buyrate for the Royal Rumble.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-04-2004, 10:18 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I have decided to start a new game in EWR as the WWE.

Here's the stuff I've done so far:

-Got rid of all the Unsackable deals in the game that I could think of (McMahons, Mazzola, Jarrett)

-Set the game-start date to January 2004

-Ended the roster split

-Signed sponsors: PlayStation2 (Major), Viacom, Nintendo, and Sports Illustrated (All Minor)

-Made Arn Anderson head OVW Booker and Dory Funk Jr. Head Trainer

-Completely edited my staff, firing everyone with under 70 talent, and then most of the people in the 70s too

-Signed really talented people with 80+ talent in their places

-Set up the Television and PPV Announce Teams

-Set the June PPV to King Of The Ring

-Ended the roster split

-Fired Stephanie McMahon
-Fired Big Boss Man
-Fired Sable
-Fired Dawn Marie
-Fired Nidia
-Fired Johnathan Coachman

-Made Eric Bischoff a Manager using an EWR Utility

-I'm officially labeling Stone Cold and Paul Heyman as the two GMs

Here is a schedule of game-related things I plan on doing tomorrow, cause I can't be bothered to do it now:

-Fire more people
-Demote people to OVW (and fire them if they don't want to stay there)
-Possibly book the first show (SmackDown!)</font>

Mike the Metal Ed
01-06-2004, 09:19 AM
<font face="Century Gothic" size=2 color=#2E4998>Tornado and I are starting a joint game where I book the RAW brand, he books the SmackDown brand. When we iron out all the creases we should start and post our cards here.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-27-2004, 04:46 PM
<font color=goldenrod>OK, I've wanted to play EWR and get to the 2004 Rumble for some time now, but each time I try booking I just feel "Dammit I can't do it." So I've just decided to autobook up until the PPVs and then book the PPVs when I'm bored.

So here's the 2004 Rumble, I'm going into it with 10 unknown entrants in the Rumble, 6 of which will be winners of previous matches, the other 4 are unknown to all:

Heat Match: Rhyno pinned (aka squashed) Hardcore Holly to earn a slot in the Royal Rumble Match. ***, 77% Overall

Tables Match: The Basham Brothers defeated The Dudley Boyz to unify the WWE Tag Team and World Tag Team Titles when Danny put Bubba through a table. With this win, the Bashams both earn slots in the Rumble. ****1/2, 88% Overall Rating (HOLY SHIT)

Steven Richards pinned The Hurricane to retain the WWE Hardcore Title and earn a slot in the Rumble. ***, 74% Overall Rating

Road Agent: Hurricane lost 1 point of overness, Richards gained 2

Tajiri pinned Scotty 2 Hotty to retain the WWE Cruiserweight title and earn a slot in the Rumble thanks to Akio interference. ***1/4, 78% Overall

John Cena gave an interview and hyped himself up for the Rumble Match.

Road Agent: Cena gained 3 points of overness

Christian cheated to defeat Rob Van Dam and win the Intercontinental Title as well as a slot in the Rumble. ****, 86% Overall

Road Agent: Christian gained 1 point of overness, the Intercontinental Title has gained in image

Eric Bischoff spoke on behalf of his client Brock Lesnar, hyping up the upcoming match. 85% Overall

Cage Match: Brock Lesnar defeated Goldberg to unify the World Heavyweight and WWE Titles. ***1/4, 89% Overall

Royal Rumble Match: Chris Jericho won the Royal Rumble, last eliminating mystery entrant AJ Styles. ***1/4, 83% Overall. The other 3 mystery guys were Mick Foley, The Rock, and the old school Undertaker

Road Agent: The Undertaker debuted his new gimmick (Supernatural). It got a positive response.

And for the record, I think the star rating I got for that Rumble was bullshit. Here's all the guys that were in this Rumble: Jericho, Benoit, Angle, Rock, Foley, Taker, Kane, Styles, Storm, Hardy, HBK, HHH, Orton, Batista, Doug, Danny, Richards, Tajiri, Rhyno, Christian, Cena, Spanky, London, Edge, Booker, Eddie, Chavo, Rey, Morgan, and Steiner. There's only a couple of crappy wrestlers in there, so how the hell did it only get ***1/4?

Nevertheless, the Rumble got an 84 Overall rating and a 1.91 buy rate.

Nash wants to work with A-Train. :|

The Bashams and Tajiri want to be higher up the card. Yes to Bashams (they've been upped to Midcard status), no to Tajiri (I have too many upper guys right now).

Scotty is complaining about Tajiri's stiffness. Well boo f</>ucking hoo.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-30-2004, 09:56 PM
<font color=goldenrod>No Way Out 2004:

Heat Match: Spanky and Paul London defeated The Basham Brothers to win the WWE Tag Team Titles after Dudley Boyz interference. ****1/2, 87% Overall

Steven Richards pinned Maven to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ****, 82% Overall

The Undertaker, Mick Foley, Goldberg, and Shawn Michaels defeated Kane, Randy Orton, Batista, and Triple H thanks to a Ric Flair interference screw-up. ***1/2, 87% Overall

John Cena pinned Rhyno. ***1/2, 87% Overall

Tajiri pinned Rey Mysterio to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. Tajiri assaults Rey afterwards. ****, 85% Overall

Christian intentionally got himself DQ'ed in a match against Chris Benoit to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. Edge runs out afterwards and teaches Christian a lesson. ****1/4, 88% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned AJ Styles. *****, 94% Overall. Match of the Night

Eddie Guerrero made Kurt Angle submit. Angle gets all pissed afterwards and KO's the referee. ****1/2, 95% Overall

Brock Lesnar pinned The Rock to retain the WWE Title. ***, 72% Overall (Only because the crowd were still pumped from Angle/Eddie)

Despite all the really high overall ratings it still only got an 84 Overall.
1.95 Buy Rate

Booker T wants to work with Scott Steiner.</font>

Savio
01-30-2004, 11:44 PM
What does vacate mean?

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 12:26 AM
<font color=goldenrod>Here's my card for WrestleMania XX. I'll likely get around to doing it sometime tomorrow, so you all get a few hours to predict:

WWE Championship: Chris Jericho vs. Brock Lesnar (C)

WWE Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match: Edge vs. Christian (C)

Battle Royal - Winner Gets a Shot at the WWE Championship at Backlash: John Cena vs. Booker T vs. Triple H vs. Batista vs. Chris Benoit vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Eddie Guerrero vs. Rhyno vs. The Rock

Kane vs. The Undertaker

Loser Must Leave the WWE: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Goldberg

Street Fight: Randy Orton vs. Mick Foley

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: AJ Styles vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Tajiri (C)

WWE Tag Team Championships - 4 Corners Elimination Match: The World's Greatest Tag Team vs. The Basham Brothers vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. Spanky and Paul London (C)

Heat Match - WWE Hardcore Championship: Rob Van Dam vs. Steven Richards (C)</font>

DaveWadding
01-31-2004, 01:33 AM
WWE Championship: Chris Jericho
WWE Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match: Edge
Battle Royal - Winner Gets a Shot at the WWE Championship at Backlash: Eddie Guerrero
The Undertaker
Loser Must Leave the WWE: Stone Cold Steve Austin
Street Fight: Randy Orton
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Rey Mysterio
WWE Tag Team Championships - 4 Corners Elimination Match: Spanky and Paul London (C)

Heat Match - WWE Hardcore Championship: Rob Van Dam

Savio
01-31-2004, 08:01 AM
The best thing I got was *** stars

Cactus Sid
01-31-2004, 10:18 AM
What does vacate mean?

It means you take the title off whoever is the champion, leaving no-one as the champ at that time.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 01:58 PM
<font color=goldenrod>And here is WrestleMania XX:

Heat Match: Steven Richards pinned Rob Van Dam to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. Afterwards Richards refuses to shake hands. ***1/4, 74% Overall

Spanky and Paul London defeated The World's Greatest Tag Team, The Dudley Boyz, and The Basham Brothers to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. ***1/2, 75% Overall.

AJ Styles defeated Rey Mysterio and Tajiri to win the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****, 77% Overall

Street Fight: Randy Orton pinned Mick Foley. ***1/4, 75% Overall

Stone Cold Steve Austin pinned Goldberg. ***1/4, 72% Overall

The Undertaker pinned Kane. Afterwards, Abyss shockingly debuts and beats the crap out of The Undertaker. ***1/4, 81% Overall

Ladder Match: Christian defeated Edge to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. ***1/4, 78% Overall

Chris Benoit won the Battle Royal, last eliminating Kurt Angle. 75% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Title. ****1/2, 86% Overall. Match of the Night

78% Overall for WrestleMania XX. The game fu</>cked me over. EVERY match got a higher Match Quality/Crowd Reaction than the overall rating. The game fuc</>ked me over and as far as I'm concerned the real overall rating for this show is 90%

1.89 Buy Rate</font>

Nowhere Man
01-31-2004, 02:26 PM
Man, I haven't done this sort of thing in a while. I think I might brush off my old EWR and give it a spin.

Boondock Saint
01-31-2004, 03:30 PM
Ya,I just started brand new with WWE. Haven't played in about 3 months, and my WWE game then was all messed up. All the top stars had left, so I started new. And signed AJ Styles and Daniels right off the bat. So far so good.

But Rock and Taker are unhappy

Savio
01-31-2004, 03:34 PM
I can't hold a meeting help!

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 03:34 PM
Ya,I just started brand new with WWE. Haven't played in about 3 months, and my WWE game then was all messed up. All the top stars had left, so I started new. And signed AJ Styles and Daniels right off the bat. So far so good.

But Rock and Taker are unhappy

<font color=goldenrod>Daniels doesn't go to the WWE because of Japanese commitments. I sense that you've been jacking with the File Editor.</font>

Savio
01-31-2004, 06:14 PM
Paul The Wall Carrington vs Test (For The European Title) : Test pulls The Wall onto the table for a powerbomb, but he uses a backdrop to get out of the predicament. Test hits a bulldog off the ropes. The Wall reverses a waistlock. Paul The Wall Carrington fires off some right and left hands. Back elbow connects, Test staggers backward. Paul The Wall Carrington goes to slam Test through a table, but he manages to escape. Fallaway slam by Paul The Wall Carrington. The Wall drops an elbow...but misses. Fate can be so cruel. Test hits a stump piledriver on Paul The Wall Carrington. Death valley driver by Test, Paul The Wall Carrington got planted. Back elbow connects, The Wall staggers backward. Test goes to suplex The Wall through a table, but he slips out the backdoor. The Wall powers out of a headlock. Big backdrop on Test, executed well. Paul The Wall Carrington scores with a big spinebuster. The Wall climbs onto the table with Test and uses a powerslam to break the table for the win! Paul The Wall Carrington offers a handshake to Test...and he accepts it! **1\2 rating for a decent contest.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 06:29 PM
Paul The Wall Carrington vs Test (For The European Title) : Test pulls The Wall onto the table for a powerbomb, but he uses a backdrop to get out of the predicament. Test hits a bulldog off the ropes. The Wall reverses a waistlock. Paul The Wall Carrington fires off some right and left hands. Back elbow connects, Test staggers backward. Paul The Wall Carrington goes to slam Test through a table, but he manages to escape. Fallaway slam by Paul The Wall Carrington. The Wall drops an elbow...but misses. Fate can be so cruel. Test hits a stump piledriver on Paul The Wall Carrington. Death valley driver by Test, Paul The Wall Carrington got planted. Back elbow connects, The Wall staggers backward. Test goes to suplex The Wall through a table, but he slips out the backdoor. The Wall powers out of a headlock. Big backdrop on Test, executed well. Paul The Wall Carrington scores with a big spinebuster. The Wall climbs onto the table with Test and uses a powerslam to break the table for the win! Paul The Wall Carrington offers a handshake to Test...and he accepts it! **1\2 rating for a decent contest.

<font color=goldenrod>You're bragging about that?</font> :wtf:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 06:30 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Is anyone gonna consider buying TEW? At first I wasn't but after looking at how in depth and realistic it's gonna be I'm really actually considering it.

Of course I would prefer to be able to find some way to get it for free but thanks to this much in-depth security system the game has it's pretty much impossible.</font>

Savio
01-31-2004, 06:54 PM
<font color=goldenrod>You're bragging about that?</font> :wtf:
No I just wanted to share...*runs off crying*

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 06:56 PM
No I just wanted to share...*runs off crying*

<font color=goldenrod>There there there, it's ok....*rep*</font>

Savio
01-31-2004, 08:06 PM
What do meetings do?

Disturbed316
01-31-2004, 08:08 PM
You 'meet' people

:shifty:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 08:08 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Check them out yourself. They give you advice on everything.</font>

Savio
01-31-2004, 08:30 PM
I can't an error pops up

File not found: gfx\ewr_sophie.jpg

Boondock Saint
01-31-2004, 08:35 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Daniels doesn't go to the WWE because of Japanese commitments. I sense that you've been jacking with the File Editor.</font>

My b. I never knew the file editor was considered cheating cuz it comes with the game. I always thought Arsenic or whatever it is was cheating, that I never used. But my b, man. I only used it for Styles and Daniels anyway (and believe me, awesome talent like that can't even save my booking).

BUT, during my last WWE game, I was able to get Daniels, Styles, Red, AMW, and a plethora of others without using the editor at all. I think I bought the company Daniels was in or something. It was months ago, but I know I got them all somehow.

Nowhere Man
01-31-2004, 08:49 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Is anyone gonna consider buying TEW? At first I wasn't but after looking at how in depth and realistic it's gonna be I'm really actually considering it.

Of course I would prefer to be able to find some way to get it for free but thanks to this much in-depth security system the game has it's pretty much impossible.</font>

Pardon me for being uninformed, but what's TEW? Is that the latest EWR coming out, or something else?

thebitch
01-31-2004, 08:58 PM
TEW is Total Extreme Warfare, produced by Adam Ryland and .400 Studios. It is basically EWR, except with thousands of more in-depth features, and makes it a billion times more realistic. It is free to download, but inorder to play it you have to pay $35 for a security code.

Unlike EWR, TEW will NOT have real wrestlers in it, unless you go for a RaveX update or something like that, due to copyright issues.

For More information, visit .400 studios (sorry, I dont have thier URL)

Cactus Sid
01-31-2004, 09:04 PM
<font color=goldenrod>You're bragging about that?</font> :wtf:

He got a 2 and a half star match out of Test... that's something to brag about

Savio
01-31-2004, 09:05 PM
I can't an error pops up

File not found: gfx\ewr_sophie.jpg
BTW i have EWR 2.0

Cactus Sid
01-31-2004, 09:11 PM
BTW i have EWR 2.0

Well you've got 2 choices really

1) Get an updated version where you don't need the Sophie graphic

OR

2) Head over to http://www.totalextremewarfare.com and check out the forums and see if you can find something there

Conspiracy Victim Vito
01-31-2004, 11:06 PM
My b. I never knew the file editor was considered cheating cuz it comes with the game. I always thought Arsenic or whatever it is was cheating, that I never used. But my b, man. I only used it for Styles and Daniels anyway (and believe me, awesome talent like that can't even save my booking).

BUT, during my last WWE game, I was able to get Daniels, Styles, Red, AMW, and a plethora of others without using the editor at all. I think I bought the company Daniels was in or something. It was months ago, but I know I got them all somehow.

<font color=goldenrod>Eh, I really can't blame you cause it's Daniels. Hell, I even used Arsenic to get him on a written contract on my last game. So yeah, you made the smart choice.

(BTW, be sure to do Benoit vs. Daniels, it's practically a guranteed 5 star match)</font> :y:

Boondock Saint
01-31-2004, 11:08 PM
Benoit is out for two months with an arm injury from Wrestlemania against HHH. :mad: Damn it, Triple H!

I'll do that feud when he gets back.

Cactus Sid
02-01-2004, 10:00 AM
Benoit was finally pushed to the top of the mountain on mine, but then he got injured and is out for 7 months. The good thing is, he'll be back for the Rumble, so I can already set up for the Wrestlemania main event.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-01-2004, 11:35 AM
<font color=goldenrod>Some preliminary Backlash 2004 stuff:

WWE Championship: Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho (C)

WWE Tag Team Championships: The World's Greatest Tag Team vs. Spanky and Paul London (C)

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Billy Kidman vs. AJ Styles (C)

Kurt Angle vs. Shawn Michaels

Randy Orton vs. The Rock</font>

Savio
02-01-2004, 04:38 PM
Terri Runnels vs Triple H (For The World Heavyweight Title) : Terri Runnels hits a bulldog off the ropes. Whip into an upright table by Terri. Terri hits a badly done swinging DDT on Triple H. Incredibly weak powerslam on HHH by Terri. The referee counts: 2....3...4....but HHH stands up. HHH ducks a wild right hand. Rude Awakening on Terri Runnels by HHH. Spinebuster by Triple H. Terri blocks a kick from Triple H. Flying elbow off the top rope by Terri Runnels, poor elevation though. Triple H can barely stand. Here it comes - Shattered Dreams. The referee counts to 10, this match is over! Terri Runnels slides to the outside and grabs a chair, then climbs back into the ring. HHH turns around...and gets planted with a huge chair shot to the head! He is left down and out on the canvas. DUD.
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Triple H was sluggish and didn't put much effort in. The crowd were confused as to why this was a title match, when the champion wasn't involved. This affected their response to the entire match.

Savio
02-01-2004, 04:41 PM
Terri has all the other titles also
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For the rest of the show Al snow was walking down the hall, Al snow arrives at the arena, al snow is arrested, al snow reavels a stalker, al snow arrives at the arena, al snow arrives at the arena

Cactus Sid
02-01-2004, 08:31 PM
Here's my Unforgiven 2006 card.

Undisputed Heavyweight Championship: Chris Mental vs Chris Jericho
Womans Championship: Lollipop vs Molly Holly
United Nations Championship: Matt Hardy Version 1.0 vs Rob Van Dam vs Tajiri
Extreme Title: Trent Acid vs Lance Storm vs Jerry Lynn
Undisputed Tag Team Championship Ladder Match: CM Punk and Christopher Daniels vs Nick Dinsmore and Rob Conway
John Cena vs Steve Austin
Eddie Guerrero vs AJ Styles
Kane vs The Rock
Kurt Angle vs Chris Hero

Few things to mention

Chris Mental was some guy I picked up in the first few days of the game, he had like all 40's for stats, and about 8 overness, as well as a superstar look and high spots, so I thought I'd make him my old e-fed character. Stuck him in OVW for about a year and a half (I started in September 2003) his stats went to 93,95,91 and 100 charisma, so I thought I'd ultra-push him, and he won the title at Summerslam 2006.

Lollipop was sent down to OVW (she was about 20 over when I got her) and her stats rocketed, she's 85, 79, 81 with 100 charisma. I teamed her up with Chris Mental, as they both had high-charisma and now they are both mega over.

Trent Acid was sent to OVW, even though he already had fairly high-stats, he's now 67, 94, 96, with 91 charisma, he and Johnny Kashmere were Tag Team Champions for about a year, just dominated and were mad over, until Kashmere got injured, then I pushed Trent to the moon, turned him face, and now he's 98 over.

Punk is brilliant, just sent him to OVW, and I picked up Daniels after he wasn't renewed with whatever Japanese commitment he had, they are both highly over, work well as a team, and have good matches with everyone (I managed an overall of 91% in a Tables Match against the Dudleyz)

Chris Hero's another guy who I sent to OVW, he's probably the most talented on my roster, 91, 88, 89, although his charisma is disappointing. He looks like a gimp, but he's really over as a heel.

The titles have all been unified after having loads of different belts, and names, as I just ended the Roster split, after getting really bored with it.

United Nations title is the US and the IC combined
Extreme Title is the X-Title and Cruiserweight

Those on the Left are the current champions

Longest reign as champion so far goes to Sick Nick Mondo who was the X-Champion for 10 months

Anyway, show will posted momentarily

Mike the Metal Ed
02-01-2004, 08:40 PM
Sid, reckon you could send me that TPWW scenario now? :'(

Cactus Sid
02-01-2004, 08:44 PM
Couple of changes to the card

Cena/Austin is now a Last Man Standing Match
Kane/Rock is now a First Blood Match
and Hardy/RVD/Tajiri is now a Three-Way Elimination (ECW Style :cool:)

Eddie Guerrero vs AJ Styles.

Match Background: None.

The Match: STIFF high kick on Eddie by AJ Styles. Styles hits a HARD spinning kick to the jaw. AJ Styles kicks the leg, knocks Eddie down, and goes to work on it. There's a two count on the pin. Styles hits a dropkick on Eddie Guerrero and gets right back up. There's a two count on the pin. Eddie blocks the suplex attempt and is able to hit the suplex instead! Dropkick connects to the butt of the jaw and Styles goes down. Covers for a quick two count. Spinning bulldog in the corner and Styles is down! AJ Styles comes up with a right hand out of nowhere. Diamond Dust from AJ Styles, Eddie is out! Eddie Guerrero can barely stand. Here it comes - Styles Clash. 1....2...3, it's finished. Eddie Guerrero goes nuts, screaming and yelling at everyone within earshot.

My Opinion: I don't do it often, but this match was EVERYTHING and a bag of chips... ***** baby!! 96% (AJ Styles gained overness from this match.)

Trent Acid vs Lance Storm vs Jerry Lynn.

Match Background: This will be a hardcore bout. This match is for the WWE Extreme title. Trent Acid has been WWE Extreme champion since 09 June 2005.

The Match: Dropkick connects to the butt of the jaw and Storm goes down. Jerry Lynn sets up a chair, then bounces off it to hit a flying avalanche into the corner. VERY Sabu-like. Lance Storm avoids a Jerry Lynn avalanche by getting out of the damn way! SUPER frankensteiner on Lynn, who hit hard. Lightning kick by Storm on Acid. There's a two count on the pin. Diamond Dust from Jerry Lynn and Storm is out! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Storm powers out of a headlock. Lance Storm sets up a chair, then bounces off it to hit a flying avalanche into the corner. VERY Sabu-like. Springboard dropkick from Trent Acid. Nicely done. Lance Storm gets whipped into the turnbuckles by Acid. Super Frankensteiner! 1....2....3.

My Opinion: Consider yourself lucky, a ****1\4 is hard to get and it was earned every step of the way. Let's see if you can do better now. 92%

Kane vs The Rock.

Match Background: This will be a first blood bout.

The Match: Nice piledriver on Kane. Kane blocks the suplex attempt and is able to hit the suplex instead! Kane scoops and slams The Rock. What's the difference between a scoop slam and a body slam anyway? The Rock charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. Kane slams The Rock down and motions to the crowd. Kane walks into a drop toe hold. Full nelson slam on Kane. DEATH VALLEY DRIVAH~! by The Rock just KILLS Kane! Kane charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. Kane pulls a mule kick out of nowhere. BIG clothesline on Rock. High Angle DDT by Kane just SPIKES The Rock down! The ref is bumped, as goes down after accidentally getting caught by an elbow to the face. Rock quickly grabs a chair...and hits Kane with it, drawing blood! Kane recovers quickly, and hits a low blow...then wipes the blood off his head and smears it on Rock and exits the ring. The referee recovers, sees the blood....and calls for the bell, awarding the match to Kane! Rock grabs the referee, then nails him with a right hand! Dozens of people hit the ring to stop any further incident.

My Opinion: Absolutely solid match. A few minor things brought it down, so I'm tacking on a **** rating. 94%

Kurt Angle vs Chris Hero.

Match Background: None.

The Match: Angle slams Chris Hero. Hero takes a back suplex. Hard impact Russian Leg Sweep by Angle. According to some other reviewers around here, 'legsweep' is one word. Fallaway slam by Kurt Angle puts down Chris Hero. Chris Hero fights out of a grapple. BIG clothesline on Angle. Chris Hero hits a bulldog off the ropes. There's a two count on the pin. Angle counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Massive backbreaker on Hero. There's a two count on the pin. Flying clothesline by Angle. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Angle drops an elbow...but Chris Hero moves out of the way. Spinning back kick from Chris Hero. Angle backdrops Chris Hero out of a piledriver attempt. That took a lot out of Kurt Angle. Chris Hero charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. The bell rings, and this match has come to a time limit draw. The fight has started up again! Kurt Angle attacks Hero, and they brawl all around ringside, then into the crowd! They eventually disappear backstage, still fighting.

My Opinion: I don't do it often, but this match was EVERYTHING and a bag of chips... ***** baby!! 97%

Lollipop vs Molly Holly.

Match Background: This match is for the WWE Womans title. Lollipop has been WWE Womans champion since 14 August 2005.

The Match: Molly Holly gets up and gives a Belly to belly suplex to Molly. Second rope flying axe handle, Lollipop goes down. One day, Molly might even consider coming off the top with that. You know...for more impact and stuff. There's a two count on the pin. Lollipop pushes out of a Molly Holly hold. Flying shoulder tackle by Lollipop sends Molly CRASHING to the mat. Lollipop snap suplexes Molly. Spin kick by Lollipop to the face sends the opponent FLYING across the ring. Molly powers out of a headlock. Spinebuster by Molly Holly. Lollipop grabs Molly Holly from behind and shoves her into the ropes, then scores with a roll-up...but Molly rolls through with the move! She used a pull of the tights to get Lollipop over! 1....2...3! The referee was out of position and didn't see it! Molly Holly slides out of the ring to the floor, then turns and leaves through the crowd. She's happy to have the win, and isn't going to hang around for Lollipop to get some payback.

My Opinion: A ****3/4 rating for a great match. Close, but not 5 stars. 96%

Lords Of The Ring vs Simply Magnificent.

Match Background: This will be a ladder bout. This match is for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team titles. Simply Magnificent have been WWE Undisputed Tag Team champions since 19 June 2005.

The Match: STIFF high kick on Dinsmore by CM Punk. Flying elbow from Christopher Daniels connects. CM Punk with a whip into the ladder. Daniels charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. Rob Conway hits a rolling kick on Punk. Konnan has ruined any chance for me ever enjoying this maneuver again with his shitty execution of it. Lords Of The Ring whip Punk into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. Vicious back suplex! Christopher Daniels got nailed big time! Dinsmore hits a dropkick off the ladder on Christopher Daniels. Conway walks into a drop toe hold. SUPER frankensteiner on Dinsmore, who hit hard and is loopy as a result. Nick Dinsmore gets sent flying to the outside. Meanwhile, Rob Conway is climbing the ladder! Simply Magnificent see it...and run forward, knocking the ladder over! Conway gets sent from the ladder, over the top rope to the outside! Simply Magnificent set the ladder up, and climb up to claim the prize and get the victory! Lords Of The Ring don't look like they're finished by any means...and they rush forward to attack Simply Magnificent, and send them to the outside. Threats are exchanged as the chaos ends.

My Opinion: Absolutely mind blowing match! This is probably up there with my favorite match of all time, Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart from Wrestlemania X and is worthy of ALL its praise. ***** 99%

Rob Van Dam vs Matt Hardy Version 1.0 vs Tajiri.

Match Background: This will be an elimination bout. This match is for the WWE United Nations title. Matt Hardy Version 1.0 has been WWE United Nations champion since 14 August 2005.

The Match: Tajiri hits a HARD spinning kick to the jaw. Spinning back kick from Tajiri. Matt Hardy Version 1.0 avoids a Tajiri avalanche by getting out of the damn way! Running knee lift from Matt Hardy Version 1.0. Matt takes a NICE hurrancarana from Rob Van Dam. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Tajiri hits a rolling kick on RVD. Konnan has ruined any chance for me ever enjoying this maneuver again with his shitty execution of it. RVD kicks Tajiri in the gut to reverse the momentum. Matt \ RVD hook up Tajiri, then hit a double suplex. Back heel kick off the second rope, Tajiri goes down. Cover gets three for Matt Hardy Version 1.0, Tajiri got pinned. RVD takes a NICE hurrancarana from Matt Hardy Version 1.0. RVD reverses a Matt Hardy Version 1.0 hammerlock. Tor-NADO DDT from Rob Van Dam, Matt got planted! There's a two count on the pin. Matt Hardy Version 1.0 once again takes the advantage after blocking a few punches and connecting with some forearms. Nice piledriver on RVD. Rob Van Dam grabs Matt Hardy Version 1.0 from behind and shoves him into the ropes, then scores with a roll-up...but Matt rolls through with the move! He used a pull of the tights to get RVD over! 1....2...3! The referee was out of position and didn't see it!

My Opinion: A **** rating is well deserved for the competitors in this match. 89%

John Cena vs Steve Austin.

Match Background: This will be a last man standing bout.

The Match: Nice piledriver on Stone Cold. John Cena scoop slams Stone Cold onto and through a table. John Cena scores with a big spinebuster. John Cena with a spinning neckbreaker on Stone Cold. The referee is counting: 5....6....Steve Austin is back up. Cena charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. Fallaway slam by Steve Austin puts down John Cena. BRUTAL face-first slam from Stone Cold on Cena. Cena backdrops Steve Austin out of a piledriver attempt. That took a lot out of John Cena. Spinebuster by John Cena. Steve Austin can barely stand. F-U! The referee counts to 10, this match is over! Steve Austin extends his hand to Cena...but it is ignored!

My Opinion: Ohh, looky. A **3/4 match! 88%

Chris Mental vs Chris Jericho.

Match Background: This match is for the WWE Undisputed Heavyweight title. Chris Mental has been WWE Undisputed Heavyweight champion since 14 August 2005.

The Match: Mental just WAFFLES Jericho with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! Mental drops an elbow...but Chris Jericho moves out of the way. Jericho scoops and slams Chris Mental. What's the difference between a scoop slam and a body slam anyway? The referee bumps after catching a wild right hand and is down. Springboard dropkick from Chris Jericho. Nicely done. Pinfall attempt, but the ref is out and can't count to three! Jericho drops an elbow...but Chris Mental moves out of the way. Flying shoulder tackle by Mental sends Jericho CRASHING to the mat. Beautiful spinning arm drag out of the corner by Mental. Covers for a quick two count. DEATH VALLEY DRIVAH~! by Chris Mental just KILLS Chris Jericho! Hooks the leg! ONE...TWO...NO! Chris Jericho once again takes the advantage after blocking a few punches and connecting with some forearms. Flying cross body off the top rope! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Mental reverses a waistlock. Chris Mental moves in for the kill. Here it comes - Mental Retaliation. 1....2...3, it's finished. Chris Mental remains in the ring, celebrating the victory.

My Opinion: Absolutely mind blowing match! This is probably up there with my favorite match of all time, Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart from Wrestlemania X and is worthy of ALL its praise. ***** 99%

Overall Rating: 94%

Matches Of The Night: Chris Mental vs Chris Jericho; Nick Dinsmore and Rob Conway vs Christopher Daniels and CM Punk
Worst Match Of The Night: John Cena vs Steve Austin
Buy Rate: 1.85

Disappointed, that Cena/Austin fued (without being a fued) didn't really get Cena over :(

Cactus Sid
02-01-2004, 08:45 PM
Sid, reckon you could send me that TPWW scenario now? :'(

I'll just zip it up and then I'll send it

M-A-G
02-01-2004, 09:29 PM
So I'm heading into the Royal Rumble of 2022 after a long hiatus of posting my progress here. A somewhat OK show but only if you've been following the fed so I'll add in some brief backstories for some of the matches.

30 Man Royal Rumble match: (duh)

WWE Championship: Reiko (c) vs. AJ Styles: This is another spin on the feud between these two since July of last year and the pressure on Reiko to replicate at least 100-0 of his infamous winning streak or else be fired. AJ Styles earned this opportunity by defeating John Cena on SmackDown! after the two argued over who would receive a rematch from Reiko (Reiko defeated Styles in a Triple Threat match at Survivor Series for the title and Styles cost Cena the title at Armageddon when he challenged Reiko). Styles may have more to worry about in this match than just the awesome momentum of Reiko. His closest ally and possibly best friend, Ron Killings, has been less than cooperative and the two have been failing to see eye to eye on several matters. Reiko's main concern is not only his title, but his career.

WWE Intercontinental Title: Matt Hardy (c) vs. Bishop

WWE European Title: Sean Criss (c) vs. David E.: Sean Criss was given a green light to choose his own contender for his prized European Title. David E. was chosen by the champion, believing him to be in a vulnerable and emotional state.

WWE Cruiserweight Title: Jamie Noble (c) vs. Ultimo Dragon: Just another match continuing the saga between the two after Dragon made his return off an injury and won the gold from Noble last year. Noble turned on him during a tag match and took the gold back at Armaggedon.

WWE Women's Title: Brooke (c) vs. Charlotte Morrison: Almost a year in the making after Charlotte suffered an injury while feuding with her former best friend, Brooke.

Trinity vs. Frost: A sort of filler feud between the red hot Trinity and the returning Frost to put off the big blow-off match between Brooke and Trinity for WrestleMania.

Fortune vs. Mourn: Two new guys from the camp and OVW feuding on Raw. Good stuff from each of them.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-01-2004, 09:34 PM
<font color=goldenrod>GET ON MSN M-A-G!!!</font>

M-A-G
02-01-2004, 09:40 PM
Since I'm bored, here's a list of participants for the Rumble Match:

Raw:
Bull Buchanan
Chris Sylvain
Garrett
Hurricane
Jason Cross
Jerome
Jerry Lynn
Jordan
Ken Shamrock
Rene Dupree
Rob Conway
Rosey
Sylvan Grenier
Test
Plus one mystery entrant

SmackDown!
Apocalypse
Charlie Haas
Derrick King
Eric Angle
Jason Lee
Jimmy Yang
John Cena
Johnny the Bull
Kanyon
Kurt Angle
Rhyno
Ron Killings
Seven
Shelton Benjamin
Spanky

M-A-G
02-01-2004, 09:51 PM
<font color=goldenrod>

(BTW, be sure to do Benoit vs. Daniels, it's practically a guranteed 5 star match)</font> :y:

Been there, done that. :cool:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-02-2004, 03:45 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Backlash 2004:

Heat Match Steven Richards pinned Test to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ***, 75% Overall

Spanky and Paul London retained the WWE Tag Team Titles against The World's Greatest Tag Team when London pinned Haas. ****1/2, 91% Overall

John Cena, Booker T, and Rob Van Dam defeated Brock Lesnar, Triple H, and Batista when Booker pinned Triple H. ***1/2, 87% Overall

AJ Styles pinned Billy Kidman to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 86% Overall

Randy Orton pinned The Rock. ***, 77% Overall

Abyss pinned The Undertaker after Kane interference. Afterwards, Kane and Abyss beat down The Undertaker. ***1/4, 81% Overall

Christian cheated to defeat Eddie Guerrero and retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. *****, 94% Overall

Kurt Angle pinned Shawn Michaels. Afterwards, Kurt beats down Michaels some more. ****1/4, 95% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Chris Benoit to retain the WWE Championship. Afterwards Kurt Angle runs out and kills everybody with a steel chair. *****, 95% Overall

89% Overall Rating for Backlash 2004 :cool:
1.77 Buy Rate

Road Agent: Eddie Guerrero and Christian have a fantastic chemistry in the ring, it adds a lot to the match.
Me: No shit Sherlock.

Christian: I think i should be higher up the card.
Me: I agree.

Also, HAHAHA I screwed NWATNA over big time. I managed to get their two biggest stars, Jeff Jarrett and Sting, to jump over to my side at the end of the month. I might actually start booking Heat and Velocity now for the sake of jobbing them to everyone on my roster.</font> :cool:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-02-2004, 08:00 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Judgment Day 2004 card, in no particular order:

WWE Championship: Kurt Angle vs. Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho (C)

Handicap Match: The Undertaker vs. Kane and Abyss

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: The Hurricane vs. AJ Styles (C)

WWE Tag Team Championships - Cage Match: The World's Greatest Tag Team vs. Spanky and Paul London (C)

Booker T vs. Triple H

Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton vs. John Cena and Eddie Guerrero

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Shawn Michaels vs. Christian (C)

The Rock and Rob Van Dam vs. Rhyno and a Mystery Partner

Heat Match - WWE Hardcore Championship - Kill NWATNA: Jeff Jarrett vs. Sting vs. Steven Richards (C)</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-02-2004, 09:18 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Judgment Day 2004:

Heat Match: Steven Richards defeated Sting and Jeff Jarrett to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ***, 77% Overall

Rhyno and Sabu defeated The Rock and Rob Van Dam when Sabu cheated to pin RVD. ***1/4, 75% Overall (Odd, the Quality and Reactions were in the 80s, oh no, I think I'm getting screwed again)

AJ Styles pinned The Hurricane to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****, 74% Overall (Yep, I'm getting screwed again)

Cage Match: Spanky and Paul London defeated The World's Greatest Tag Team, ****1/4, 79% Overall

Booker T pinned Triple H. ***1/2, 80% Overall

John Cena and Eddie Guerrero defeated Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar when Cena pinned Orton. ****1/4, 81% Overall (Blah, both the Quality and Reaction were in the 90s) :mad:

The Undertaker defeated Kane and Abyss when Taker pinned Kane. ***1/2, 76% Overall

Shawn Michaels defeated Christian to win the WWE Intercontinental Title when the returning Edge costed Christisn the match. ***1/2, 78% Overall

Chris Jericho defeated Chris Benoit and Kurt Angle to retain the WWE Title. *****, 87% Overall *Starts bullshit chant*

79% Overall Rating (Ignore this, I was screwed for the second time in 3 PPVs)

This one's for you Ryland. :foc:

The show still pulled out a 1.95 Buy Rate at least

RVD: Dude, like you need to totally tell Rhyno to chill on the whole working stiff thing.
Me: OK, have fun jobbing on Raw.</font>

Nowhere Man
02-03-2004, 06:12 PM
Okay, I finally got a game going that I'm happy with. Unfortunately, it started me off in March and only gave me a month to prepare for Wrestlemania. Still, I'm doing pretty well with it.

I haven't done a whole lot to drastically change the rosters, but I've picked up some talent I liked, and gotten rid of some I really don't like. Oh, and I screwed around in the File Editor to get rid of the McMahons.

Here's my current roster:

RAW:

Al Snow
Batista
Booker T (Intercontinental Champion)
Bubba Ray Dudley (World Tag Team Champion)
Chris Jericho
Chris Nowinski
Christian
D-Von Dudley (World Tag Team Champion)
Eric Bischoff (GM of RAW)
Garrison Cade
Goldberg
Goldust (injured for 6 months with a torn calf muscle)
The Hurricane
Kane
Kevin Nash
Lance Storm
Mark Jindrak
Maven
Nick Dinsmore
Randy Orton
Renee Dupree
Ric Flair
Rico
Rob Conway
Rob Van Dam
Rodney Mack
Rosey
Scott Steiner
Shawn Michaels
Spike Dudley
Steve Austin
Stevie Richards
Sylvan Grenier
Test
Theodore Long
The Rock
Tommy Dreamer
Triple H (World Heavyweight Champion)
The Undertaker
Val Venis
William Regal

Women's Division:

Gail Kim
Ivory
Jacqueline
Lita
Miss Jackie
Molly Holly (WWE Women's Champion)
Nokiko Nazaraki
Stacy keibler
Trish Stratus
Victoria

Tag Teams:

Cade/Jindrak
Vitamin C (Chris Jericho/Christian)
The Dudley Boyz
La Resistance (Dupree/Grenier)
Lords of the Ring

Smackdown!

Big Show
Bill DeMott
Billy Gunn
Billy Kidman
Blitzkrieg
Bradshaw
Brock Lesnar
Charlie Haas (WWE Tag Team Champion)
Chris Benoit
Chris Kanyon
Chuck Palumbo
Danny Basham
Dawn Marie
Doug Basham
Eddie Guerrero (WWE United States Champion)
Edge
Funaki
Hardcore Holly
Jamie Knoble
John Cena
Johnny Stambolli
Keiji Sakota
Kurt Angle (WWE Champion)
Matt Hardy Version 1.0
Nathan Jones
Nidia
NOSAWA
Nunzio
Orlando Jordan
Paul Heyman (GM of Smackdown!)
Paul London
Psychosis
Rey Mysterio (WWE Cruiserweight Champion)
Rhyno
Rikishi
Ron Simmons
Sable
Scotty 2 Hotty
Sean O'Haire
Shaniqua
Shannon Moore
Shelton Banjamin (WWE Tag Tag Champion)
Spanky
Tajiri
Tazz
Torrie Wilson
Ultimo Dragon
Zach Gowan

Tag Teams:

Filthy Animals (Rey/Kidman)
Kyo Dai (Sakota/NOSAWA [Jimmy Yang's touring in Japan])
Spanky/Paul London
The World's Greatest Tag Team
Ultimo Dragon/Blitzkrieg
The Basham Brothers
The A.P.A.

Current Feuds

The Rock vs Triple H
Brock Lesnar vs Kurt Angle
Booker T vs Chris Jericho
Chris Benoit vs John Cena
Shawn Michaels vs Randy Orton
Kane vs The Undertaker
Steve Austin vs Goldberg

Tentative Card for Wrestlemania XX

-4 Corners Match: Rey Mysterio vs Tajiri vs Psychosis vs Matt Hardy v1.0 (WWE Cruiserweight Title)

-Table Match: The Dudley Boyz vs Lords of the Ring (World Tag Team Titles)

-Molly Holly vs Trish Stratus (WWE Women's Title)

-4 Team Elimination Match: The World's Greatest Tag Team vs Spanky/Paul London vs Ultimo Dragon/Blitzkrieg vs Kyo Dai (WWE Tag Team Titles)'

-First Blood Match: Shawn Michaels vs Randy Orton

-Submission Match: Chris Benoit vs John Cena

-Cage Match: Chris Jericho vs Booker T (Intercontinental Title)

-Last Man Standing Match: Goldberg vs Steve Austin

-Ladder Match: Eddie Guerrero vs Edge (WWE U.S. Title)

-Hell in a Cell: The Undertaker vs Kane

-Plain ol' Normal Match: Brock Lesnar vs Kurt Angle (WWE Title)

-Normal Match: The Rock vs Triple H (World Heavyweight Title)

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-03-2004, 06:32 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Hate to break it to ya Nowhere Man, but you can only have 8 matches on the PPV (and a 9th match on Heat).</font>

Nowhere Man
02-03-2004, 07:53 PM
Well, I'll cut some f the Raw matches and save them for Backlash.

Nowhere Man
02-05-2004, 01:11 AM
Oh, and if you want a damn good match, you can't go wrong with pitting Psychosis against Ultimo Dragon. Every time I've had them go at it, I have yet to get less than 4 1/2 stars.

thebitch
02-06-2004, 06:39 PM
LOL 4 1/2 stars? Dude...if you have talent like Ultimo Dragon, you should be getting 5 stars constantly unless you can't book worth a crap.

Cactus Sid
02-06-2004, 07:09 PM
LOL 4 1/2 stars? Dude...if you have talent like Ultimo Dragon, you should be getting 5 stars constantly unless you can't book worth a crap.

If Ultimo isn't over, your not gonna get 5*

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-06-2004, 08:08 PM
<font color=goldenrod>King of the Ring 2004 Results coming in, but first, some new info on my roster.

-I've managed to get Big Vito to join my roster at the end of the month from NWATNA.

-I bought out MLW, and as a result I have Chris Daniels, Jerry Lynn, Low Ki, Amazing Red, TAKA, Super Crazy, among other really talented wrestlers on my roster. However, I've decided to leave them all on Open Contracts and not use them unless I can sway them away from Japanese commitments and get them to sign Written deals (which I actually was able to do in my last game)

Anyway, here's the PPV results:

Heat Match: Spanky and Paul London defeated Rob Conway and Rene Dupree to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. ***1/4, 81% Overall

Edge pinned Christian to advance to the finals of the KOTR Tournament. ***1/2, 85% Overall

Randy Orton defeated John Cena after Batista interference. Randy Orton advances to the finals of the KOTR Tournament. *****, 95% Overall :eek:

Rob Van Dam pinned Sabu in an ECW Rules Match. ***1/2, 82% Overall

AJ Styles pinned Jamie Noble to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 90% Overall

The Rock, Eddie Guerrero, Shawn Michaels, and The Undertaker defeated Kurt Angle, Triple H, Batista, and Kane when John Cena interfered and got his revenge on Batista by costing him the match. ****, 90% Overall

Randy Orton pinned Edge to win the 2004 King Of The Ring Tournament and earn a shot at the WWE Title at SummerSlam 2004. *****, 95% HOLY SHIT, ORTON IS GOD

Brock Lesnar cheated to defeat Chris Benoit. ****, 88% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Booker T to retain the WWE Title. They shook hands afterwards. ****1/4, 90% Overall

89% Overall Rating for King Of The Ring (Dammit, I don't think I'm ever going to get a 90)

1.87 Buy Rate

Pat Patterson: Jamie Noble and AJ Styles work pretty well together due to their similar styles.
Me: Oh really? Gee, I never would have guesse, especially considering the match had 100 Quality and got ****1/2

Pat Patterson: Brock Lesnar and Chris Benoit didn't 'click' in their match, maybe due to their mismatched skills causing their styles not to gel?
Me: Just f</>uck off, Pat.</font>

thebitch
02-06-2004, 08:51 PM
If Ultimo isn't over, your not gonna get 5*

If you use him once a week for a month, he will be in the high 80's simply because he gets over by talent filled matches.

Not to mention, Paul London was like 75 over and Ultimo was like 80 over and they got a 5* match in my game.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-06-2004, 10:12 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Sylvan Grenier is now out of OVW, so now I can use the original La Resistance.

Big Vito has officially joined my roster.

Low Ki signed a Written contract and now he is a permenant WWE Superstar.</font> :cool: :cool: :cool:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-06-2004, 11:01 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Those NWATNA bastards somehow stole Tazz from me. :mad:

Then I was trying to get him back he said, "I don't want to work for you, no matter what the offer." He had 100 morale when he left.</font> :wtf:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-07-2004, 01:13 AM
<font color=goldenrod>Vengeance 2004:

Heat Match: Spanky and Paul London defeated La Resistance when London pinned Grenier to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. ****, 85% Overall

Big Vito pinned Steven Richards to win the WWE Hardcore Title. ***, 77% Overall

John Cena pinned Batista. ***1/2, 85% Overall

Rhyno pinned The Rock. ****, 82% Overall

AJ Styles pinned Low Ki to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. Styles cheapshots Low Ki afterwards. ****1/2, 90% Overall

Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, and Edge defeated Brock Lesnar, Kurt Angle, and Christian when Benoit made Brock submit to the Crippler Crossface. ****1/4, 91% Overall

Randy Orton pinned Booker T. ****1/4, 91% Overall

Lance Storm pinned Shawn Michaels to win the WWE Intercontinental Title. They handshake afterwards. ****1/2, 87% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Triple H to retain the WWE Title. ****1/4, 95% Overall

88% Overall Rating for Vengeance 2004

1.93 Buy Rate</font> :cool:

thebitch
02-07-2004, 09:41 AM
Smackdown, Feb 03 2005

Basham Brothers beat Briscoe Boys 89% ****3/4

Nova beat Jaime Noble 91% ****3/4

Chavo Guerrero beat Hurricane 92% ****1\2

Scotty 2 Hotty drew Shannon Moore 80% ***

Carly Colon beat Johnny Kashmere 85% ***1\2

Ultimo and Black Dragon beat World's Greatest Tag Team 92% ****1\2

Matt Hardy beat Lance Storm 96% *****

Chris Jericho beat Funaki 91% ****1\2

Eddie Guerrero beat The Rock 89% ***

Kurt Angle beat Paul London 91% ***3/4

Tajiri beat Rey Mysterio ****

Overall: 89%

thebitch
02-07-2004, 09:44 AM
FROM: Television Report
We got a 7.51 rating for 'Smackdown!'!
The attendance level was 10040 people.
We made $401600 from ticket sales.

FROM: Brock Lesnar
Rob Van Dam would be a great opponent for me, how about putting us together in some matches?

FROM: AJ Styles
I'd like to request a match or two with Christopher Daniels. I'm pretty sure we could do some good work together.

FROM: Pat Patterson
Paul London and Kurt Angle didn't 'click' in their match, maybe due to their mismatched skills causing their styles not to gel?

FROM: Pat Patterson
Lance Storm and Matt Hardy work pretty well together due to their similar styles.

FROM: Doug Basham
I think i should be higher up the card.

thebitch
02-07-2004, 09:45 AM
RYLAND REPORT OF THE WEEK:

Ric Flair is recovering from a Eye Injury, expect him to be back in action in 1 month. Christian is out with a Ripped Bicep, but he should return in around 4 months.

The midcard ranks are packed with great talent. In particular, i think any one of Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, Jamie Noble, Nova, Rob Conway and Bryan Clarke could be the next worker to find their way into the main event.

We certainly have high hopes for Ohio Valley Wrestling. We're watching a group of workers, including Rikishi, Tommy Dreamer, Chris Kanyon, Nunzio and Maven, very closely as they have a heck of a lot of potential.

Read some Internet reports last week - great work as usual from The Scotsman. Good gawd almighty, he is a hoss! A Scottish hoss at that.

Randy Savage has been rumoured on other sites to be in negotiations with us. I will say that as far as i'm concerned, although we are of course keeping an open-mind, we have had no meetings with this talented performer.

Another great show from Raw, it's becoming a high point of the WWE week. Smackdown! is an exciting product, definitely a strong part of our brand. Another great show from WWE Blackout, it's becoming a high point of the WWE week.

Chris Jericho is a real positive force backstage, and continues to be a shining example of what being a locker room leader is all about.

Big thanks to our fantastic sponsors World Domination Inc, Droese Garbage, Irwin's Taxes and EWR 4.0; these mutually beneficial relationships are great for all parties involved.

Until next time, take care...
Adam Ryland

thebitch
02-07-2004, 09:48 AM
And for the hell of it, I'll post my top 100 from last year

WWE End of 2004:

1. J-pac (WWE)
2. Josh Van Dam (WWE)
3. Kurt Angle (WWE)
4. AJ Styles (WWE)
5. Christopher Daniels (WWE)
6. Lance Storm (WWE)
7. Mark Jindrak (WWE)
8. Tajiri (WWE)
9. Rob Conway (WWE)
10 Chris Jericho (WWE)
11 Johnny Kashmere (WWE)
12 Doug Basham (WWE)
13 Black Dragon (WWE)
14 Chavo Guerrero (WWE)
15 Edge (WWE)
16 Nova (WWE)
17 Low Ki (NWATNA\RoH\FLI)
18 Rey Mysterio (WWE)
19 Danny Basham (WWE)
21 Jamie Noble (WWE)
22 Chris Benoit (WWE)
23 Paul London (WWE)
24 Johnny Jeter (WWE)
25 Rob Van Dam (WWE)
26 Hurricane (WWE)
27 TAKA Michinoku (XPW\NWATNA\RoH)
28 Christian (WWE)
29 Randy Orton (WWE)
30 Brock Lesnar (WWE)
31 Shawn Micheals (WWE)
32 Matt Hardy (WWE)
33 Spanky (WWE)
34 Shelton Benjamin (WWE)
35 Funaki (WWE)
36 Sean O'Haire (WWE)
37 Nick Dinsmore (WWE)
38 Insane Dragon (WWE)
39 Mark Briscoe (WWE)
40 Trent Acid (WWE)
41 EZ Money (RoH\CCC\IRON)
42 Kid Kash (IRON)
43 Nunzio (WWE)
44 Juvi Guerrera (RoH\NWATNA\IRON)
45 Charlie Haas (WWE)
46 Shark Boy (NWATNA)
47 Ultimo Dragon (WWE)
48 Blitzkrieg (WWE)
49 Trish Stratus (RoH)
50 Jay Briscoe (WWE)
51 Kumiko Indohara (RoH)
52 Veronica (IRON)
53 John Cena (WWE)
54 Super Crazy (XPW\FLI\RoH)
55 CM Punk (NWATNA)
56 Micheal Modest (RoH\FLI\WCWF)
57 Orlando Jordan (NWATNA)
58 Shannon Moore (WWE)
59 Kriss Sprules (WWE)
60 Scoot Andrews (SWC\FLI\XPW)
61 Ikuto Hidaka (FLI\RoH\IRON)
62 Lash LeRoux (NWATNA)
63 Cade Sydal (Free Agent)
64 Psychosis (NWATNA)
65 Bryan Danielson (RoH\NWATNA\FLI)
66 Mikey Whipwreck (NWATNA)
67 Chris Candido (RoH\WLW\FLI)
68 Satoshi Kojima (CCC\WCWF\FLI)
69 Tazz (WWE)
70 Sting (WWE)
71 Donovan Morgan (NWATNA)
72 Carly Colon (WWE)
73 Jeff Hardy (WWE)
74 Jerry Lynn (NWATNA\WLW\WCWF)
75 Bryan Clarke (WWE)
76 Scotty 2 Hotty (WWE)
77 Colt Cabana (IRON\RoH\FLI)
78 Ebessan (RoH\IRON\CCC)
79 Shannon Ward (IRON)
80 Steve Austin (WWE)
81 Men's Teioh (CCC\FLI\RoH)
82 Rhyno (WWE)
83 JR Ryder (IRON\RoH\FLI)
84 Kaz Hayashi (SWC\FLI\XPW)
85 Chris Stylez (WLW\ECWA\CCC)
86 The Rock (WWE)
87 Test (WWE)
88 Jade (IRON)
89 Trinity (RoH)
90 Jimmy Yang (RoH\IRON\XPW)
91 Chris Kanyon (WWE)
92 Tony Mamluke (NWATNA)
93 Dick Togo (NWATNA)
94 Fred Williams (FLI\WLW\IWAMS)
95 Devon Storm (NWATNA)
96 Jody Fleisch (RoH\XPW\IRON)
97 Billy Kidman (WWE)
98 Lord of Darkness (WWE)
99 Sick Nick Mondo (IRON\WLW\WCWF)
100 Micheal Shane (NWATNA)

I own 59 of the top 100

thebitch
02-07-2004, 10:06 AM
WWE Blackout! Feb. 5

WWE Cruizerweight Championship:
Chavo Guerrero (c) def. Rey Mysterio to retain.
89% ****
>>The WWE Cruiserweight title has gained in image.<<

WWE Tag Team Titles:
Spanky and Funaki(c) def. World's Greatest Tag Team to retain.
93% ****3/4
>>The WWE Tag Team titles have gained in image.<<

WWE United States Championship:
Edge(c) def. Chris Benoit to retain.
91% ****1\2
>>The WWE United States title has gained in image.<<

Brock Lesnar def. Rob Van Dam in a singles match.
90% ****1\2

Lord of the Ring (Rob Conway & Nick Dinsmore) def. Ultimo and Black Dragon
87% ****
>>Rob Conway is losing overness because of his weak gimmick.<< (oops!)

AJ Styles drew Christopher Daniels
98% *****

OVERALL: 92%

MAIL!!!::
From: TV Report
We got a 6.91 rating for 'WWE Blackout'!
The attendance level was 10037 people.
We made $401480 from ticket sales.

From: Paul London
Eddie Guerrero would be a great opponent for me, how about putting us together in some matches?

From: Josh Van Dam
I was thinking, how about giving me some matches with J pac? I think we'd be able to do some good work together given the chance.

From: Sean O'Haire
Edge would be a great opponent for me, how about putting us together in some matches?

From: Lance Storm
I was thinking, how about giving me some matches with Chavo Guerrero? I think we'd be able to do some good work together given the chance.

From: Black Dragon
I think i should be higher up the card.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-07-2004, 11:42 AM
<font color=goldenrod>Cool, I just realized that The Amazing Red didn't re-sign with the Japanese Promotion that he had been working for, so he has now been signed to a Written Contract.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-07-2004, 12:57 PM
<font color=goldenrod>This is odd, I just checked the Other Promotions page. Even though Low Ki is under Written Contract with me he is still on the NWATNA and RoH rosters. :wtf:

The only real bad thing about that is that NWATNA are gonna get rich off of me when I make Low Ki a major star with like 98 overness.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-07-2004, 01:06 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Well, I've slightly diminished my problems with sharing workers slightly, as I just bought out RoH.</font>

thebitch
02-07-2004, 11:32 PM
Did you use Arsenic to get him? If not, its just a little bug.

Use arsenic's roster fix to correct the problem.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-07-2004, 11:36 PM
Did you use Arsenic to get him? If not, its just a little bug.

Use arsenic's roster fix to correct the problem.

<font color=goldenrod>I didn't use Arsenics so likely it's a bug.

Arsenics roster fix? What is that? I popped in my Arsenics editor and I see no way to fix roster stuff.</font>

Boondock Saint
02-08-2004, 12:02 AM
i've heard about "roster updates" and stuff, just wondering if they are worth the d/l at all? and a current game wouldn't be updated, only when you start a new one, right?

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-08-2004, 03:49 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Some planned SummerSlam 2004 stuff:

WWE Championship: Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho (C)

WWE Cruiserweight Championship - Ladder Match: Low Ki vs. AJ Styles (C)

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Christian vs. Lance Storm (C)

Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena

That's all I have for now.</font> :-\

Cactus Sid
02-08-2004, 03:51 PM
i've heard about "roster updates" and stuff, just wondering if they are worth the d/l at all? and a current game wouldn't be updated, only when you start a new one, right?

A game that you've started and saved won't be written over, but the new games will have more up-to-date rosters. They are well worth downloading, unless you want to do it yourself, or want to carry on with an old roster. Also, most roster updates have huge lists of workers, so you can find more people to train for the future, I highly recommend them.

thebitch
02-08-2004, 04:04 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I didn't use Arsenics so likely it's a bug.

Arsenics roster fix? What is that? I popped in my Arsenics editor and I see no way to fix roster stuff.</font>

Arsenic 4.4 (www.otakugaming.co.uk/EWRUtility44.zip)

The roster fix should be included in that file.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-08-2004, 09:45 PM
<font color=goldenrod>*post 100*</font> :D

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-09-2004, 09:24 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Summerslam 2004 Results coming in:

Heat Match: The Amazing Red pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. ****1/2, 76% Overall, Because I'm a nice guy I'm gonna post the rest of the results despite the fact that this is another one of these bullshit shows that doesn't click.

Spanky and Paul London defeated Triple H and Batista to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. ****, 78% Overall

Big Vito pinned Kurt Angle to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ****, 78% Overall Why do I even f</>ucking bother with this?

Kane, Abyss, and Rhyno defeated The Rock, Rob Van Dam, and The Undertaker. ***1/2, 78% Overall

Shawn Michaels cheated to beat Edge. ****, 81% Overall

Low Ki defeated AJ Styles in a Ladder Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 83% Overall

Lance Storm pinned Christian to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 81% Overall

John Cena defeated Eddie Guerrero, Brock Lesnar, and Chris Benoit to become the #1 Contender to the WWE Title. ****1/4, 81% Overall

Randy Orton pinned Chris Jericho after Triple H interference to win the WWE Title. ****1/4, 84% Overall

80% Overall, which I guess is still pretty good even for a show that didn't click. But still, if Ryland expects me to believe that there's really a random, 1 in 25 chance of a show not clicking even though it's happened on THREE PPVs this year, he is out of his f</>ucking mind.

1.85 Buy Rate

Somehow, AJ Styles injured his eye when taking his sick bump in his match against Low Ki. He'll be out for 2 months (One of the months is almost over anyway)</font>

123 kid
02-10-2004, 05:15 PM
I know this is a really stupid question but is this game available in the UK ? What is the game all about?

Cactus Sid
02-10-2004, 05:24 PM
I know this is a really stupid question but is this game available in the UK ? What is the game all about?

EWR is indeed available in the UK, just go to http://www.totalextremewarfare.com its there to download somewhere

TEW (which is the new one being released) you'll have to buy for $34.99, but if you set up a paypal account or something like that, it'll be easy to buy it.

The game is essentially, you in charge of running a wrestling company, hiring and firing wrestlers, booking the shows, dealing with the general running of a wrestling promotion.

123 kid
02-11-2004, 03:41 AM
EWR is indeed available in the UK, just go to http://www.totalextremewarfare.com its there to download somewhere

TEW (which is the new one being released) you'll have to buy for $34.99, but if you set up a paypal account or something like that, it'll be easy to buy it.

The game is essentially, you in charge of running a wrestling company, hiring and firing wrestlers, booking the shows, dealing with the general running of a wrestling promotion.

thanks :y: :y: ....but I can't get it, I click download- games- extreme warfare revenge and it says "this page can not be found" does this happen to everyone and does anyono know any other ways of downloading it?

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-12-2004, 07:40 AM
<font color=goldenrod>I've had the Unforgiven and No Mercy cards planned out for some time now. I just haven't gotten around to booking them.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-12-2004, 07:14 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I'd like to restate that I have too much time in my hands. Today in Study Hall I wrote up the cards for Survivor Series and Armageddon. Now that's the next 4 PPVs all set. :|

But I managed to get Unforgiven completed, results coming in:

Heat Match: The Undertaker pinned Batista after botched Kane interference. ****1/2, 82% Overall :eek:

Big Vito pinned Triple H to retain the Hardcore Title after a distraction from Chris Jericho. ****, 79% Overall (FUUUUUUUCK! I'M GETTING SCREWED WITH THESE BULLSHIT OVERALL RATINGS AGAIN)

Booker T pinned Brock Lesnar, earning a WWE Title shot at No Mercy. ****1/2, 84% Overall

The World's Greatest Tag Team defeated Spanky/Paul London, The Dudley Boyz, and La Resistance in TLC5 to win the WWE Tag Team Title. ****, 77% Overall :|

Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit battled to a time limit draw. *****, 86% Overall

Low Ki pinned Tajiri to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 80% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Shawn Michaels. Afterwards Triple H tries to attack Jericho but fails. *****, 88% Overall

Lance Storm pinned Eddie Guerrero to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. They shook hands after. ****1/2, 81% Overall

Randy Orton pinned John Cena to retain the WWE Title. *****, 86% Overall

83% Overall Rating. While that is still pretty damn good for a show that didn't click, the fact that it didn't click REALLY pisses me off. That's FOUR times this year that the PPV hasn't clicked, when it's supposed to be a totally random 1 in 25 chance that the show won't click. Random my ass, especially when EVERY match got **** or better.

1.89 Buy Rate

Tajiri wants to be higher up the card. How is it that I can understand Japanese?

-edit-

I figured out the problem. When I bought out RoH it gave me all their crappy refs. They have all been fired.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-12-2004, 07:36 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Managed to sign Taka Michinoku onto a Written Contract.</font> :cool:

Savio
02-12-2004, 08:01 PM
Eh got boring for me

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-13-2004, 03:43 PM
<font color=goldenrod>No Mercy 2004:

Heat Match: The World’s Greatest Tag Team defeated Kai En Tai to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles when Haas made Taka submit to the Haas Of Pain. ****1/2, 81% Overall

Big Vito pinned Rob Van Dam to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ****1/4, 79% Overall

Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker after special referee Kane attacked Taker. Kane administers more of a beat-down afterwards. ****, 83% Overall

Edge and The Rock defeated Triple H and Shawn Michaels when Edge pinned Michaels. ****, 83% Overall

Low Ki pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 80% Overall

Kurt Angle, Rhyno, and Christian defeated Chris Benoit, John Cena, and Eddie Guerrero when Angle cheated against Benoit. ****1/4, 81% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Batista after botched HHH interference. Because of this, Jericho gets HHH at Survivor Series. ****, 81% Overall

Lance Storm pinned AJ Styles to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. ****1/2, 81% Overall

Randy Orton pinned Booker T to retain the WWE Title. ****1/2, 83% Overall

81% Overall Rating for No Mercy. I was screwed AGAIN. Every match got higher quality AND reaction than the overall rating did. This is the 3rd consecutive PPV that this has happened. The game is obviously trying to screw me over, I don’t care what anyone says.

I deleted the buy rate before I could read it by accident. :mad:

End of Month Notes: A new promotion, League Against The McMahon Family has opened. :lol:

Combat Zone Wrestling gets the "Bought out by the WWE" Award for November, making this the 5th or 6th consecutive month that I've bought out another promotion.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-13-2004, 09:41 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Here is Survivor Series 2004, code-named "A Night of Opprotunity" because there are a LOT of wrestlers involved with this show. Note, all tag matches listed have Survivor Series elimination rules unless noted otherwise.

Heat Segment: All 4 Members of Evolution hold an interview, they hype themselves up. 87% Overall

Big Vito, John Heidenreich, Al Snow, Test, and Billy Gunn defeated Kanyon, Steven Richards, Max Impact, Matt Morgan, and Justin Credible. ***, 78% Overall

The World's Greatest Tag Team and La Resistance defeated The Dudley Boyz, Spanky, and Paul London. **3/4, 81% Overall

Low Ki, The Amazing Red, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Kai En Tai defeated AJ Styles, Tajiri, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Jamie Noble, and Nunzio. ****, 84% Overall

Matt Hardy, Christian, Rico, and Doug Basham defeated Lance Storm, The Hurricane, Shannon Moore, and Ultimo Dragon. ***1/4, 81% Overall

The Undertaker, Rob Van Dam, Booker T, and Goldust defeated Kane, Abyss, Rhyno, and Sean O'Haire. ***, 83% Overall

War Games: Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels, Batista, Kurt Angle, and Brock Lesnar defeated The Rock, Edge, Chris Benoit, John Cena, and Eddie Guerrero after 3 RKOs on The Rock. ****, 91% Overall

Chris Jericho hyped his upcoming bout against Triple H. 93% Overall

Chris Jericho defeated Triple H in an I Quit Match. Because of this, Jericho gets a shot at Randy Orton and the WWE Title, and HHH is out of a job. ****1/4, 95% Overall

86% Overall Rating, FINALLY, a show that clicked. :cool:

1.93 Buy Rate</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-14-2004, 01:44 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Armageddon 2004:

Heat Match: The World's Greatest Tag Team defeated The Maximo Brothers to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. ****1/2, 88% Overall

Chris Jericho is ambushed backstage by Evolution, leaving his chances at winning the WWE Title hanging in the balance. 88% Overall

Kanyon cheated to defeat Big Vito and win the WWE Hardcore Title. ****, 84% Overall

Low Ki pinned The Amazing Red to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title. They shook hands afterwards. ****, 83% Overall

Rob Van Dam pinned Shawn Michaels. *****, 95% Overall

Chris Benoit made AJ Styles submit to the Crippler Crossface. ****1/2, 90% Overall

Lance Storm defeated Edge and Christian to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. ****, 86% Overall

Eddie Guerrero won the Armageddon 10-Man Battle Royal, last eliminating Brock Lesnar. Because of this, he earns a WWE Title match at Royal Rumble. 87% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned Randy Orton to win the WWE Title. ****1/4, 95% Overall

89% Overall Rating (SOOOOOOO close to 90)

1.79 Buy Rate

I'm killing NWATNA in the ratings war.

Also, is it just me, or does my Public Image ALWAYS go from 100 to 99 after every Sunday? Whether it be Heat or PPV, it always happens.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-14-2004, 02:27 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Out of the 100 top workers of 2003, nearly 4/5s of them are on my roster, including the top 22 workers.

Also, what's the point of training camp? I was told the latest graduates would be on the roster at the end of January 5th, and here I am at January 6th and jack shit has happened.</font>

Supermark101
02-14-2004, 03:39 PM
You might have to wait until the end of the month. That is just a guess though. I have never made it that far in a game.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-14-2004, 03:41 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Two Royal Rumble 2005 matches:

The 30-Man Royal Rumble

WWE Championship Match: Eddie Guerrero vs. Chris Jericho (C)</font>

Supermark101
02-14-2004, 03:49 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Two Royal Rumble 2005 matches:

The 30-Man Royal Rumble

WWE Championship Match: Eddie Guerrero vs. Chris Jericho (C)</font>


You sould feud Lance Storm, as a heel, and Benoit for the IC Title. I did that and got 90's overall every time.

The Mackem
02-14-2004, 03:49 PM
Started a game with FLI the other week, I'll post some stuff about it next week.

I had a major orgasm when WWE released Ultimo Dragon and managed to sin him to a written contract.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-14-2004, 03:54 PM
You sould feud Lance Storm, as a heel, and Benoit for the IC Title. I did that and got 90's overall every time.

<font color=goldenrod>I would, but I've got other plans for Benoit.</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-14-2004, 04:51 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Out of boredom, here is a list of Royal Rumble participants:

Abyss*
AJ Styles
Batista
Big Vito*
Booker T
Brock Lesnar
Chris Benoit
Christian
Doug Basham
Edge
Goldust
Joel Maximo*
John Cena
Jose Maximo*
Justin Credible
Kane
Kurt Angle
Matt Morgan
Randy Orton
Rey Mysterio Jr.
Rhyno
Rob Van Dam
Sabu*
Sean O'Haire*
Shawn Michaels
Shannon Moore*
The Amazing Red*
The Hurricane
The Rock
The Undertaker

* = Wrestler is making their Royal Rumble debut</font>

Cactus Sid
02-15-2004, 08:27 AM
<font color=goldenrod>Out of the 100 top workers of 2003, nearly 4/5s of them are on my roster, including the top 22 workers.

Also, what's the point of training camp? I was told the latest graduates would be on the roster at the end of January 5th, and here I am at January 6th and jack shit has happened.</font>

Its 05 and 06 as in the year :p

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-15-2004, 12:41 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Royal Rumble 2005 card:

The Royal Rumble Match

WWE Championship: Eddie Guerrero vs. Chris Jericho (C)

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Matt Hardy vs. Lance Storm (C)

WWE Hardcore Championship: Al Snow vs. Kanyon (C)

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Jamie Noble vs. Low Ki (C)

WWE Tag Team Championships: The Dudley Boyz vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team (C)

Spanky and Taka Michinoku vs. Paul London and Funaki (Bizarre match forced by Paul Heyman)

Plus: A Mystery Surprise is scheduled to be there *suspense*

Results will be up sometime tomorrow</font>

thebitch
02-15-2004, 01:59 PM
Wrestlemania XXII is on March 27th, 2005.
Current Date: March 14th, 2005

Current Wrestlemania XXII Card:

WWE Championship Submission Match:
Lance Storm(c) vs. Kurt Angle

World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match:
AJ Styles vs. christopher Daniels(c)

WWE Intercontinental Championship:
Eddie Guerrero(c) vs. Rey Mysterio

WWE United States Championship:
Chris Benoit(c) vs. Edge

WWE Cruizerweight Championship:
Chavo Guerrero(c) vs. Nova

World Tag Team Titles:
Jindrak and O'Haire(c) vs. Lords of the Ring

WWE Tag Team Titles 4-way TLC Match:
Funaki and Spanky(c) vs. Worlds Greatest Tag Team vs. Briscoe Boyz vs. Backseat Boyz

Shawn Micheals vs. Randy Orton

Heat Match:
Ultimo and Black Dragon vs. Hardy Boyz

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-16-2004, 04:22 PM
<font color=goldenrod>WWE Royal Rumble 2005:

Heat Match: The World's Greatest Tag Team defeated The Dudley Boyz to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. ****1/2, 82% Overall

Kanyon pinned Al Snow to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ****, 75% Overall

Spanky/Taka Michinoku and Paul London/Funaki fought to a No Contest when The World's Greatest Tag Team rushed out and attacked them all, proving the whole match to be a set up in favor of The World's Greatest Tag Team. ****, 76% Overall

Jamie Noble cheated to defeat Low Ki and win the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/2, 81% Overall

Lance Storm pinned Matt Hardy to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. Hardy throws a tantrum afterwards. ***1/4, 72% Overall ( :wtf: )

Chris Jericho made Eddie Guerrero submit to the Walls of Jericho to retain the WWE Title. They shake hands afterwards. *****, 87% Overall

The Rock hypes up his chances in the Royal Rumble match. 100% Overall

Chris Benoit won the 2005 Royal Rumble, last eliminating Randy Orton. ***1/2, 76% Overall. Side Note: The game made Benoit the first entrant :cool:

Chris Benoit is in the ring, about to give a victory promo, when suddenly the surprise guy is apparently Jerry Lynn, as he storms the ring to the shock of everybody and nails Benoit with a Cradle Piledriver, looking like a total psycho. 86% Overall

82% Overall Rating, another damn non-clicking show. Meh, I don't care, especially since I got a 1.90 Buy Rate and Sophie says I'm still killing NWATNA in the ratings. :cool:

Road Agent Notes:

Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin blend as a team really well, probably due to their similar styles.

Matt Hardy and Lance Storm didn't 'click' in their match, maybe due to their mismatched skills causing their styles not to gel?

Eddie Guerrero and Chris Jericho work pretty well together due to their similar styles.

Shelton Benjamin: I think i should be higher up the card.
Me: Ask me again when you learn correct capitalization.

Lance Storm: Matt Hardy and me don't have much chemistry in the ring. How about putting me in a program with a worker like Chavo Guerrero Jr? I think our styles would really work well together.
Me: Good idea.</font>

Cactus Sid
02-17-2004, 06:07 PM
Wrestlecrap "Wrestling" Alliance (WWA :shifty: )

First show, known as WrestleCrap Fest here's the card

WWA Glass Ceiling Heavyweight Title: Hulk Hogan vs Winner Of The Royal Rumble

WWA Violent No Talent Title- Deathmatch: Xanta Xlaus vs David Flair

WWA Crappy Tag Team Title- TLC: The Mean Street Posse (Rodney and Joey Abs) vs The Nasty Boys vs Rock 'N' Roll Express vs Natural Disasters

WWA Jobberweight Title: Al Magz vs Barry Horowitz vs Gillberg vs Ralphus

WWA Gimmick Title- Battle Royal: Abdullah The Butcher, Adam Bomb, Big Bossman, Bushwacker Butch, Gangrel, Giant Gonzales, , Jim Duggan, Kamala, King Kong Bundy, Koko B.Ware, La Parka, Mideon, One Man Gang, Papashango, Repo Man, Tatanka, Tenesee Lee, The Barbarian, The Blue Meanie, The Demon

WWA Naked's All We Know Title- Buck Naked: Gorgeous George vs Jasmin St.Claire

Royal Rumble To Determine Number 1 Contender to Lose to Hulk Hogan tonight

Refusal To Put Opposing Stable Over Match: The Clique (Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and Syxx-Pac) vs The Clowns (Doink, Crappy and Pogo)

Ultimate Hatred Match- Fight Against and With People You Hate Regardless Of Allignment- War Games: Hulk Hogan, Shane Douglas, Lex Luger, Joanie Laurer, Psycho Sid vs Kevin Nash, Ultimate Warrior, Randy Savage, Scott Hall, Syxx-Pac

Cactus Sid
02-17-2004, 06:24 PM
Card developments

Everyone refused to put over the winner of the Royal Rumble

The other tag teams refused to put over the winning tag team, 3 times each

The winner of the Jobberweight match was also refused by the man pinned

Earthquake got stuck on a toilet in Japan, so wasn't available

Jasmin St.Claire decided she didn't want to show off her naked body (it hasn't stopped her before) so she was replaced by Veronica Caine, who jumped at the chance.

Abdullah The Butcher had a safety inspection at his restaurant, and was also unavailable, he was replaced in the Gimmick Title Battle Royal by Jasmin St.Claire, who's gimmick is Porn Star who won't get naked.

Cactus Sid
02-17-2004, 06:25 PM
So here is Wrestlecrap Fest!!

Commentators are .............. non existent

It crashed :mad:

Boondock Saint
02-17-2004, 06:26 PM
/\/\ :lol:

Cactus Sid
02-17-2004, 06:29 PM
I'll resume it when I can be arsed.... I HATE runtime errors, they put me off the game completely, I'm gonna continue with my WWE career :(

Boondock Saint
02-18-2004, 12:03 AM
Who's a good opponent for The Rock? I just put the world title on him, off of HHH. Thanks to Orton. So I'm gonna try a face Trips vs. heel Orton. I'm not sure who a good title challenger would be. Rock is face. As is Benoit, HBK, Taker, RVD. Hmm..Jericho may work?

Oh, and a good opponent for Brock for the WWE title? He just feuded with Taker. I'm thinkin Benoit?

Cactus Sid
02-18-2004, 06:25 AM
Kane works well with Rock, and I've always found Jericho/Brock getting me 4 1/2* matches at least

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 08:53 AM
Ok, so I went back to my old WWE game, my next event is the 2006 Royal Rumble (turns out I was actually in 2005 :o ) Here's the card

The Royal Rumble- Chris Benoit, Lance Storm, Rhyno, The Rock, Chris Hero, Eddie Guerrero, Kane, Kurt Angle, Matt Hardy Version 1.0, Shawn Michaels, Trent Acid, Christian, John Cena, Rob Van Dam, Tajiri, Christopher Daniels, CM Punk, Charlie Haas, Shelton Benjamin, Rob Conway, Nick Dinsmore, Edge, Amazing Red, Jerry Lynn, Hurricane, Randy Orton, Rey Mysterio, Ace Steel, AJ Styles, Booker T

Undisputed Heavyweight Title: Brock Lesnar vs Chris Jericho vs Chris Mental (c)

Womans Title: Victoria (c) vs Precious Lucy

Undisputed Tag Team Titles: TWGTT vs Daniels and CM Punk (c) vs Edge and Christian

Extreme Title: Rob Van Dam (c) vs Colt Cabana

United Nations Title: Matt Hardy Version 1.0 (c) vs Trent Acid

John Cena vs Booker T

Alexis Laree vs Trish Stratus

The Return Of Chris Benoit!


Basically as the story goes, the Royal Rumble has been hyped as the most open Rumble of all time (yeah right its bloody obvious who's gonna win :shifty: )

Mental/Jericho/Lesnar has been coming to a head for months, Jericho's been winning loads of matches and beat The Rock to become Number 1 Contender, but he's still never beaten Lesnar who keeps gunning for him, Mental hasn't lost a match as Champion, so the basic storyline is that all of these guys are unbeatable, but one of them has to win.

Victoria vs Precious Lucy is a filler while I build up to Victoria vs Lollipop at Mania, it was gonna be Molly vs Lollipop but Molly got injured :( thank god I hotshotted the title to Trish before she got injured, I was doing an angle where Trish beat Molly for the title, Molly got the rematch, and a returning Alexis Laree cost Trish the title. But instead I ran it with Victoria

Tag Title match is basically building up for Mania, Punk and Daniels are the best tag team I've ever had, and the story is that there are a number of teams after the gold, and they'll be forced to defend it against all of them at Mania

Extreme Title is another filler as I had to get RVD on the PPV, and Cabana's morale is dropping like a stone, so I shoved him in.

There is gonna be a story behind the Matt Hardy/Trent Acid match, but you'll have to wait for the results

Cena/Booker T is a match which basically determines whether I push them both. They keep asking to face each other, but give me a really shi</>te contest, so this is do or die.

Alexis Laree vs Trish Stratus- Payback, as stated above

The Return Of Benoit- Out for 7 months, he was my Undisputed Champion, so its the basic Triple H storyline, except with someone who has talent.

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 09:26 AM
Royal Rumble time :cool:

I dropped the tag title match, in favour of another segment

Lance Storm is coming down to the ring when Chris Benoit leaps over the security railings and attacks, making his return to the promotion. He beats Storm into the ring. Lance Storm gets knocked to the ground by Benoit. Lance Storm gets locked in the Crippler Crossface! Lance Storm goes limp! Chris Benoit leaves, having made a big impact. 74%

Chris Benoit vs Lance Storm.

Match Background: None.

The Match: Storm walks into a high dropkick from Chris Benoit, almost losing several teeth in the process. Lance Storm powers out of a Chris Benoit headlock. Benoit walks into a high dropkick from Lance Storm, almost losing several teeth in the process. Lance Storm misses a clothesline...and takes out the referee accidentally! Springboard dropkick from Lance Storm. Nicely done. Hooks the leg, but the referee is still out! Benoit blocks a punch. A Gut buster connects on Storm and hits hard. T-Bone suplex by Benoit, Storm got folded in half to the point that he was almost able to fellate himself. Mighty impressive, don't you think? Hooks the leg for a two count. Diamond Dust from Chris Benoit and Storm is out! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Lance Storm once again takes the advantage after blocking a few punches and connecting with some forearms. Storm crushes Benoit with a running senton. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Storm charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. Chris Benoit floors Lance Storm. Here it comes...Crippler Crossface! Lance Storm taps! Chris Benoit climbs each turnbuckle in turn, working the crowd as he celebrates his victory

My Opinion: *****! What can I say! It earned EVERY star. You, my friend, know what you're doing! 86% (I'm getting screwed over :mad: )

John Cena vs Booker T.

Match Background: None.

The Match: Booker walks into a side slam. Think about how much talent it takes to side slam someone. Nash can do it. Death valley driver by John Cena! No one executes that move properly anymore. Spear! Booker is down! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Bodyslam by Cena. Covers for a quick two count. Booker T fights out of a grapple. BIG clothesline on Cena. Nice piledriver on Cena. Cena blocks a kick from Booker T. Big piledriver on Booker. Booker T grabs John Cena from behind and shoves him into the ropes, then scores with a roll-up...but Cena rolls through with the move! He is using the tights for leverage! 1....2...3! The referee didn't see it! John Cena leaves the ring and heads off down the aisle at speed. Cena has the victory, and isn't hanging around for Booker T to look for revenge.

My Opinion: Slightly above average match. Only gets a **3\4 rating from me. 77% (Bye Bye Pushes)

Victoria vs Precious Lucy.

Match Background: This match is for the WWE Womans title. Victoria has been WWE Womans champion since 18 December 2005.

The Match: Victoria hits some punches. How generic. Victoria slams Precious Lucy. Victoria connects with a HARD right hand, sending the opponent down to the mat again. There's a two count on the pin. Lucy tastes a high angle back suplex. If Spike Lee can sue TNN over the Spike TV nonsense, then Kurt Angle should be able to sue SOMEONE for that. Covers for a quick two count. Lucy ducks a wild right hand. Dropkick connects to the butt of the jaw and Victoria goes down. Covers for a quick two count. Flying cross body off the top rope! Victoria blocks a kick from Precious Lucy. Northern Lights Bomb very nearly crushes the spine of Lucy! Victoria moves in for the kill. Widow's Peak! 1....2....3. Victoria slides to the outside and grabs a chair, then climbs back into the ring. Lucy turns around...and gets planted with a huge chair shot to the head! She is left down and out on the canvas.

My Opinion: Let me practice my math. 13 quarter stars equal a ***1\4 rating, right? Yeah, it does. That's what you get. 73%

Rob Van Dam vs Colt Cabana.

Match Background: This match is for the WWE Extreme title. Rob Van Dam has been WWE Extreme champion since 13 November 2005.

The Match: Dropkick connects to the butt of the jaw and Colt goes down. RVD just WAFFLES Colt with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! THERE IT IS! A legdrop to the BACK OF THE HEAD! I swear, that makes any match just a little bit better. I don't mind telling you that every time I see it, that's for sure. Hard back suplex on Colt. Come to think of it, that move had WAY too much power in No Mercy for N64. Colt Cabana is able to duck a clothesline attempt and connect with a counter clothesline. Colt drives a thrust kick into the chest of RVD. Flying cross body off the top rope! There's a two count on the pin. Rob Van Dam comes up with a right hand out of nowhere. RVD crushes Colt with a running senton. Hooks the leg for a two count. Tiger suplex on Colt. No Misawa references from me, I swear. Oh, Bloody Hell! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Colt Cabana powers out of a Rob Van Dam headlock. RVD walks into a high dropkick from Colt Cabana, almost losing several teeth in the process. Rob Van Dam comes up with a right hand out of nowhere. RVD hits a dropkick on Colt Cabana and gets right back up. The bell rings, and this match has come to a time limit draw. I don't think the fight has finished. Rob Van Dam and Colt have begun brawling again! They wind up brawling all the way down the aisle and out of view.

My Opinion: This was such a good match, it caused star ratings to magically appear... ****1\4 80%

Matt Hardy Version 1.0 vs Trent Acid.

Match Background: This match is for the WWE United Nations title. Matt Hardy Version 1.0 has been WWE United Nations champion since 14 August 2005.

The Match: Hard back suplex on Matt. Come to think of it, that move had WAY too much power in No Mercy for N64. Acid crushes Matt with a sweet running senton. Hooks the leg for a two count. Matt reverses a waistlock. STIFF high kick on Acid by Matt Hardy Version 1.0. Acid takes a flying neckbreaker from Matt Hardy Version 1.0. Covers for a quick two count. DDT from the top rope by Matt Hardy Version 1.0. That looked KILLER. Hooks the leg! ONE...TWO...NO! Matt hits a dropkick on Trent Acid and gets right back up. Trent Acid avoids a Matt Hardy Version 1.0 avalanche by getting out of the damn way! Superkick by Trent Acid practically knocks out all of Matt Hardy Version 1.0's teeth! Hooks the leg for a two count. Back heel kick off the second rope and Matt goes flying! Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Spin kick by Trent Acid to the face sends the opponent FLYING across the ring. Standing leg lariat by Trent Acid on Matt. Matt pushes out of a Trent Acid hold. Matt hits a dropkick on Trent Acid and gets right back up. DDT from the top rope by Matt Hardy Version 1.0. That looked KILLER. Chris Hero comes running down the aisle and into the ring! Trent Acid turns around. Chris Hero spins Acid around. Chris Hero hits the Hero's Welcome! Hero leaves the ring, the damage done! ONE...TWO...THREE. Matt defeats Acid. Matt \ Hero are beating down on Trent Acid! The music of Johnny Kashmere hits, and he comes running down the aisle into the ring. Matt and Hero bail out of the ring, leaving Trent Acid down in the ring. Johnny Kashmere may have saved Trent Acid from a brutal beating.

My Opinion: Great match, it deserves every snowflake its getting. ****1\4 85%

Trish Stratus vs Alexis Laree.

Match Background: None.

The Match: Trish Stratus kicks the leg, knocks Laree down, and goes to work on it. Laree reverses a Trish Stratus hammerlock. Laree hits a back kick, doubling Trishover. Alexis Laree misses a clothesline...and takes out the referee accidentally! Slingshot clothesline by Laree, who almost messed it up by slipping on the ropes. Hooks the leg, but the referee is still out! Trish Stratus comes up with a right hand out of nowhere. Implant DDT by Trish Stratus! I will always and forever mark out for that move. Lightning kick by Trish on Laree. Hooks the leg for a two count. Power drive elbow by Trish Stratus. That sounds like a feature on a 4 x 4, doesn't it. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Trish Stratus gets taken down out of nowhere! Weak bodyslam by Laree. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Trish kicks Alexis Laree in the gut to reverse the momentum. Lollipop comes running down the aisle and into the ring! Alexis Laree turns around. Lollipop spins Laree around. Lollipop hits the DDT! Lollipop leaves the ring, the damage done! The ref gets into position, administers the three count, and it's over. Trish Stratus pins Laree. Trish and Lollipop put the boots to Alexis Laree, stomping away on her.

My Opinion: It was close to a ** match, but I just can't stand too many blown spots. *3/4 73% (ahh, I think the last match turned the tide)

Brock Lesnar vs Chris Jericho vs Chris Mental.

Match Background: This will be a triangle bout. This match is for the WWE Undisputed Heavyweight title. Chris Mental has been WWE Undisputed Heavyweight champion since 14 August 2005.

The Match: Chris Jericho kicks the leg, knocks Lesnar down, and goes to work on it. Chris Mental connects with a back heel kick on Jericho and gets back up quickly. Mental walks into a drop toe hold. Spear by Brock Lesnar. Massive backbreaker on Jericho and I get happy flashbacks to Bret Hart's Five Moves of DOOM. Hooks the leg for a two count. Springboard dropkick from Chris Mental. Nicely done. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Lesnar kicks Chris Mental in the gut to reverse the momentum. Big piledriver on Mental. TIGER DRIVER~! '91 nearly crushes the spine of Lesnar! Jericho whips Lesnar into the turnbuckles...and the ref is crushed! Brock Lesnar floors Jericho, then signals for the F5. Meanwhile, Chris Jericho has something in his hands. Lesnar comes over...and gets nailed with a set of brass knuckles! The referee wakes up to see the pinfall: 1....2....3! It's over.

My Opinion: I'd love to see a rematch and see if they can top this. **** 83% (Maybe not)

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 09:26 AM
Royal Rumble.

Match Background: Simply Magnificent are the reigning WWE Undisputed Tag Team champions, and have been since 19 June 2005.

The Match: Amazing Red and Jerry Lynn are the first two competitors. Amazing Red connects with a back heel kick on Lynn and gets back up quickly. Tiger suplex on Lynn. No Misawa references from me, I swear. Oh, Bloody Hell! Entry # 3 : AJ Styles! Styles hits a dropkick on Amazing Red and gets right back up. Styles threw Amazing Red over the top rope, but Amazing Red skinned the cat to save himself! Entry # 4 : Kane! Red takes a headbutt from Kane. Amazing Red got eliminated by Kane. (Elimination # 1) Entry # 5 : Shelton Benjamin! AJ Styles connects with a back heel kick on Shelton and gets back up quickly. Shelton Benjamin got tossed over the top rope to the floor HARD by Styles. (Elimination # 2) Entry # 6 : Booker T! Rude Awakening neckbreaker on AJ Styles by Kane. Remember when that was a legit finish? Kane threw AJ Styles over the top rope, but AJ Styles skinned the cat to save himself! Entry # 7 : Rob Van Dam! Styles walks into a high dropkick from Rob Van Dam, almost losing several teeth in the process. AJ Styles was eliminated by RVD. (Elimination # 3) Entry # 8 : Rey Mysterio! Spinning back kick from Jerry Lynn. Vicious kick to the teeth from Jerry Lynn. Entry # 9 : Ace Steel! Rob Van Dam kicks the leg, knocks Booker down, and goes to work on it. Booker T was eliminated by RVD. (Elimination # 4) Entry # 10 : Eddie Guerrero! Rey just WAFFLES Steel with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! Rey uses a basement dropkick to the knee and it looks like it might be TIME TO GO TO SCHOOL~! Entry # 11 : Edge! STIFF high kick on Rey by Jerry Lynn. Rey Mysterio got bundled out by Lynn. (Elimination # 5) Entry # 12 : Lance Storm! Eddie hits a dropkick on Rob Van Dam and gets right back up. Rob Van Dam got eliminated by Eddie. (Elimination # 6) Entry # 13 : Tajiri! Kane connects with rights and lefts and Ace Steel is down! Massive lariat! Stan Hansen would approve. Entry # 14 : The Rock! Spinning back kick from Eddie Guerrero. Jerry Lynn got bundled out by Eddie. (Elimination # 7) Entry # 15 : Nick Dinsmore! Storm just WAFFLES Tajiri with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! Flying elbow from Lance Storm connects. Entry # 16 : Chris Hero! Ace Steel charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. Ace Steel got tossed over the top rope to the floor HARD by Kane. (Elimination # 8) Entry # 17 : Charlie Haas! STIFF high kick on Hero by Eddie Guerrero. Chris Hero was eliminated by Eddie. (Elimination # 9) Entry # 18 : Christopher Daniels! Edge connects with rights and lefts and Lance Storm is down! Lance Storm got bundled out by Edge. (Elimination # 10) Entry # 19 : Rob Conway! Eddie hits a HARD spinning kick to the jaw. Tajiri takes a flying neckbreaker from Eddie Guerrero. Entry # 20 : Chris Benoit! Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Kane ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Edge got eliminated by Kane. (Elimination # 11) Entry # 21 : Rhyno! Kane scoops and slams Tajiri. What's the difference between a scoop slam and a body slam anyway? Kane threw Tajiri all the way over the top rope to the floor. No question about that one. (Elimination # 12) Entry # 22 : John Cena! Chris Benoit kicks the leg, knocks Kane down, and goes to work on it. Corkscrew BRAINBUSTAH~! Kane gets destroyed by it. Entry # 23 : Trent Acid! Christopher Daniels kicks the leg, knocks Dinsmore down, and goes to work on it. Daniels tried to eliminate Nick Dinsmore, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Entry # 24 : Matt Hardy Version 1.0! Cena hits a right hand. Cena slams Christopher Daniels down and motions to the crowd. Entry # 25 : CM Punk! STIFF~! chop lights up Conway who covers up to try and stop the agonizing PAIN! Rob Conway got bundled out by Cena. (Elimination # 13) Entry # 26 : Christian! Spinning back kick from Trent Acid. Christian was eliminated by Acid. (Elimination # 14) Entry # 27 : Hurricane! Benoit takes a flying neckbreaker from Charlie Haas. Haas tried to eliminate Chris Benoit, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Entry # 28 : Randy Orton! Rock scoops and slams Eddie Guerrero. What's the difference between a scoop slam and a body slam anyway? Brutal sit out powerbomb on Eddie! Entry # 29 : Shawn Michaels! STIFF high kick on Eddie by CM Punk. Eddie Guerrero got eliminated by Punk. (Elimination # 15) Entry # 30 : Kurt Angle! Christopher Daniels charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. Cena scoops and slams Christopher Daniels. What's the difference between a scoop slam and a body slam anyway? Kurt Angle snap suplexes Haas. Kurt Angle with a spinning neckbreaker on Haas. STIFF high kick on Orton by Nick Dinsmore. Dinsmore tried to eliminate Randy Orton, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! The Rock connects with rights and lefts and Hurricane is down! Hurricane got bundled out by Rock. (Elimination # 16) Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Rhyno ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Rhyno went for the elimination, but Kurt Angle held on to the ropes at the last possible second! Acid just WAFFLES Dinsmore with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! THERE IT IS! A legdrop to the BACK OF THE HEAD! I swear, that makes any match just a little bit better. I don't mind telling you that every time I see it, that's for sure. Flying elbow from Trent Acid connects. Matt Hardy Version 1.0 got bundled out by Acid. (Elimination # 17) BAAACK Body drop by Punk gets a bit of a pop from the crowd. Rock threw CM Punk over the top rope, but CM Punk skinned the cat to save himself! HBK slams Charlie Haas down and motions to the crowd. Charlie Haas got eliminated by HBK. (Elimination # 18) Benoit crushes Orton with a huge legdrop. Benoit went for the elimination, but Randy Orton held on to the ropes at the last possible second! Chris Benoit just WALKS into a stiff lariat clothesline from Dinsmore. Benoit gets hit with a running Splash Mountain out of the corner! Rock hits a right hand. BAAACK Body drop by Punk gets a bit of a pop from the crowd. Rhyno hits a right hand. High Angle DDT by Rhyno just SPIKES Trent Acid down! Acid takes a headbutt from John Cena. Trent Acid got eliminated by Cena. (Elimination # 19) Kurt Angle snap suplexes Cena. Cena walks into a face-first flapjack. Cena takes a flying neckbreaker from CM Punk. Punk threw John Cena all the way over the top rope to the floor. No question about that one. (Elimination # 20) Rhyno hits some punches. How generic. The Rock got tossed over the top rope to the floor HARD by Rhyno. (Elimination # 21) Spear by Shawn Michaels. HBK tried to eliminate Kurt Angle, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Randy Orton just WALKS into a stiff lariat clothesline from Angle. Randy Orton was eliminated by Angle. (Elimination # 22) Rhyno connects with rights and lefts and Kane is down! Kane got tossed over the top rope to the floor HARD by Rhyno. (Elimination # 23) Daniels crushes Angle with a running senton. Daniels tried to eliminate Kurt Angle, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! CM Punk strikes Rhyno. THERE IT IS! A legdrop to the BACK OF THE HEAD! I swear, that makes any match just a little bit better. I don't mind telling you that every time I see it, that's for sure. A Gut buster connects on Punk and hits hard. CM Punk got bundled out by Benoit. (Elimination # 24) Dinsmore is a glutton for punishment and just continues to take it during this match. Death valley driver by Rhyno! No one executes that move properly anymore. Big dropkick by Nick Dinsmore, who got a ton of air on the move. Dinsmore tried to eliminate Kurt Angle, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Chris Benoit just WALKS into a stiff lariat clothesline from Dinsmore. Dinsmore tried to eliminate Chris Benoit, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Rhyno takes a headbutt from Kurt Angle. Kurt Angle nearly kills Rhyno with a released tiger suplex. Rhyno slams Christopher Daniels down and motions to the crowd. Christopher Daniels got tossed over the top rope to the floor HARD by Rhyno. (Elimination # 25) HBK slams Nick Dinsmore. Spear! Dinsmore is down! Rhyno with a spinning neckbreaker on HBK. Rhyno hits a right hand. Nick Dinsmore connects with a HARD right hand, sending the opponent down to the mat again. Dinsmore tried to eliminate Chris Benoit, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Angle walks into a killer lariat, as opposed to a friendly lariat. Dinsmore went for the elimination, but Kurt Angle held on to the ropes at the last possible second! Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Kurt Angle ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Shawn Michaels got tossed over the top rope to the floor HARD by Angle. (Elimination # 26) Rhyno hits a right hand. Nick Dinsmore charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. Kurt Angle charges into the corner, but EATS BOOT and staggers backward. Angle is a glutton for punishment and just continues to take it during this match. Big forearm by Chris Benoit makes me want to go to the mirror and check MY teeth. Nick Dinsmore got eliminated by Benoit. (Elimination # 27) Benoit takes a headbutt from Kurt Angle. Angle went for the elimination, but Chris Benoit held on to the ropes at the last possible second! Angle is a glutton for punishment and just continues to take it during this match. Flying shoulder tackle by Rhyno sends Angle CRASHING to the mat. Rhyno slams Kurt Angle. Brutal sit out powerbomb on Angle! Benoit uses a basement dropkick to the knee and it looks like it might be TIME TO GO TO SCHOOL~! Benoit tried to eliminate Kurt Angle, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Vertical suplex by Chris Benoit. Benoit threw Kurt Angle over the top rope, but Kurt Angle skinned the cat to save himself! Rhyno slams Chris Benoit. Rhyno tried to eliminate Chris Benoit, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Kurt Angle just WALKS into a stiff lariat clothesline from Benoit. Spin kick by Chris Benoit to the face sends the opponent FLYING across the ring. Rhyno hits a right hand. Powerbomb on Benoit. Rhyno hits a right hand. Spear! Angle is down! Angle gets rocked with a brutal elbow to the jaw by Benoit. A few more of those and Angle will go down worse than Bart Gunn at 'Mania 15. Benoit threw Kurt Angle over the top rope, but Kurt Angle skinned the cat to save himself! Chris Benoit gets up and gives a Belly to belly suplex to Benoit. Angle takes a flying neckbreaker from Chris Benoit. Vertical suplex by Kurt Angle. Rhyno just WALKS into a stiff lariat clothesline from Angle. Lightning kick by Benoit on Angle. Benoit tried to eliminate Kurt Angle, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Rhyno slams Chris Benoit. Rhyno went for the elimination, but Chris Benoit held on to the ropes at the last possible second! BIG clothesline on Angle. Rhyno tried to eliminate Kurt Angle, who hung onto the top rope for dear life! Rhyno takes a butterfly suplex from Benoit. Rhyno got eliminated by Benoit. (Elimination # 28) Chris Benoit has Kurt Angle down on the canvas. Crippler Crossface!!! Kurt Angle goes limp! Benoit threw Kurt Angle all the way over the top rope to the floor. No question about that one.

My Opinion: All it gets is a ***1\2 rating from me. Deal with it. 79%

Overall Rating: 79% :mad:

MOTN- Chris Benoit vs Lance Storm

Buy Rate: 1.89

Not happy about that at all

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 09:26 AM
Think I'll just post short results in future

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 09:41 AM
WOOOOOOOOOOO- Low-Ki didn't renew his contract with Zero-One and is now on the WWE roster

I've already got him a Wrestlemania match set up :cool:

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 11:48 AM
Card For No Way Out, I've only got Smackdown left

Undisputed Heavyweight Title: Chris Jericho (c) vs Kurt Angle

Undisputed Tag Team Titles: Christopher Daniels and CM Punk (c) vs Rob Conway and Nick Dinsmore

Womans Title: Victoria (c) vs Trish Stratus

Extreme Title: Rob Van Dam (c) vs AJ Styles

United Nations Title: Matt Hardy Version 1.0 (c) vs Mystery Opponent

Number 1 Contendership For Womans Title @ Wrestlemania: Lollipop vs Alexis Laree

Number 1 Contendership @ Wrestlemania: Chris Benoit vs Chris Mental

Winners get title shots match- Trent Acid vs Chris Hero- If Acid wins, he and Johnny Kashmere recieve a Tag Title shot at Wrestlemania, if Hero wins he gets a shot at the Extreme Title at Wrestlemania

Cactus Sid
02-20-2004, 12:21 PM
No Way Out 2006:

Heat Segment: Matt Hardy comes out to find out who his "Mystery Opponent" is, he finds out, when Low-Ki attacks him from out of the crowd locking in the Dragon Clutch 88%l

Lollipop defeats Alexis Laree by Pinfall, to earn a Womans Title Shot at Wrestlemania. 1 1/2*, 83%

Rob Van Dam defeats AJ Styles by DQ to retain the Extreme Title, after Tajiri attacked RVD *****, 94%l

Trent Acid defeats Chris Hero to earn the Backseat Boyz a Tag Team Title Shot at Wrestlemania ***** 97%

Simply Magnificent (CM Punk and Christopher Daniels) drew with Lords Of The Ring (Rob Conway and Nick Dinsmore) after the time limit expired, Punk and Daniels retained the Tag Team Titles ***** 95%

Victoria defeated Trish Stratus to retain the Womans Title after Lollipop accidentally hit Trish with a chair *** 3/4 85%

Matt Hardy Version 1.0 defeated Low-Ki to retain the United Nations title after Matt Hardy's tag team partner Lance Storm attacked Low-Ki with a chair while the ref wasn't looking **** 1/2 86%

Chris Benoit defeated Chris Mental to retain his shot at the Undisputed Title at Wrestlemania, after Matt Hardy shockingly attacked Chris Mental, Benoit attacked Matt Hardy after the match in anger ***** 96%

Kurt Angle defeated Chris Jericho by DQ, after the referee reversed the decision following Jericho hitting Angle with a chair, Jericho retained the Undisputed Title, the 2 brawled to end the show **** 1/2 97%

Overall Rating: 92%

Match Of The Night- Trent Acid vs Chris Hero

Buy Rate: 1.97

A load of people asked for matches, but none appealed to me, especially with the Mania build up starting now.

Savio
02-20-2004, 06:20 PM
My crap company went out of business.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-22-2004, 03:02 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Well, I might finally get my act together and do No Way Out tonight. I've been very preoccupied, and tomorrow may very well be the biggest day of my life, so no gurantees it'll get done tonight.</font>

Cactus Sid
02-22-2004, 03:17 PM
Might finish my Wrestlemania prep tonight, and get the card up later, depends if I can be arsed though

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-22-2004, 03:22 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I've decided to re-instate the roster split after WrestleMania 21. However, the rosters will not be identical to the WWE's rosters.

I was just organizing the split and I must say...holy shit, I have way too many wrestlers.</font>

Cactus Sid
02-22-2004, 03:36 PM
Yeah, that becomes a huge problem after time

I've actually released guys like Ultimo Dragon and Nunzio, who while fairly talented, just never get on TV.

I'm also releasing Booker T, because he's old and doesn't put on decent matches

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-22-2004, 03:47 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Here's a preview of what to expect from my roster split:

Raw for the most part is brawler city. Most of the wrestlers on this roster specialize at brawling. However, there are still some speedy technicians present, such as Jericho, Storm, and Lynn.

Smackdown is mostly made up of guys who can either work fast or work a good technical match. In most cases, it's both. However, there are still some brawlers lurking around on Smackdown, such as Test, Billy Gunn, and Chuck Palumbo.</font>

Cactus Sid
02-22-2004, 07:09 PM
Wrestlemania XXII Card

Undisputed Heavyweight Title Triple Threat Match: Chris Jericho (c) vs Chris Benoit vs Kurt Angle

Many have said in the past that the Main Event at Wrestlemania should be a 1 on 1 affair. Surely few could argue however, that the 3 men involved in this match deserve to be in the position they are. Possibly the 3 hardest workers in the industry, 3 guys who have put on countless 5* matches, many with each other, each deserving a shot at the gold.

Chris Jericho enters the match the same way he did the last time he main evented Wrestlemania... as the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion. The man who finally stopped Chris Mental's run with the gold, is a man who deserves his place. Held down for so long, he finally broke free of the chains, and has proved how dominant he can be, and at Wrestlemania, he faces 2 men who he has beaten on many occasions.

Chris Benoit earned his spot by winning the Royal Rumble, and then himself defeating Chris Mental at No Way Out. The man is on a roll. Benoit has so much agression inside him, after Chris Jericho took 7 months of his career. When he left, Chris Benoit was WWE Champion, now he gets the chance to get his gold back.

Kurt Angle is the man added to what was originally Jericho vs Benoit. Angle defeated Jericho at No Way Out, but didn't take the title as a result of a DQ. Angle used this position to earn himself a shot, by defeating Jericho's team (he pinned Matt Hardy thanks to help from Chris Mental) to earn his spot. Angle is the greatest wrestler to ever grace the squared circle, and at Wrestlemania, he gets the chance to prove that once again, by taking the title for a 5th time.

Its a rematch of Wrestlemania 2000..... 2 men came out on top in that match..... only 1 can win this, who will be the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion?


United Nations Title: Matt Hardy Version 1.0 (c) vs Chris Mental

These 2 have a long history with one another, Chris Mental was the man who stopped Matt Hardy recieving his shot at the Undisputed Heavyweight Title, by winning the King Of The Ring, a Matt Fact that eats him up inside.

In the last year, both of these men have been highly dominant in the WWE, Mental went on to win the Undisputed Title, holding the belt for 5 months, pushing away all challengers, Matt on the other hand, was building the legacy of the United Nations title, a title he won from RVD at Summerslam, he's held the belt for 7 months, and has been just as dominant.

At No Way Out, Chris Mental challenged Chris Benoit for a shot at the Undisputed title at Wrestlemania 22, Matt attacked Mental costing him the match and the title shot, his reason was simple, he couldn't let Mental get another shot ahead of him.

This rage built up in Mental, as he lay waste to Matt over the next few weeks, until a sneak attack from Matt put Mental on the sidlines, while he was out, Matt focused his attention on Mental's wife, Lollipop, savagely kidnapping her, and beating her in the ring.

This turned out to be too much for Mental, who challenged to a match at Wrestlemania, which Matt accepted, bringing this rivalry to a head at the grandest spectacle, with the United Nations title on the line.


Undisputed Tag Team Titles Tables Ladders and Chairs Match: Christopher Daniels and CM Punk (c) vs Haas and Benjamin vs Conway and Dinsmore vs Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere

Who is the best team in the WWE? A question which has been asked on many occasions, but an answer which seemingly never comes.

Chris Daniels and CM Punk refer to themselves as Simply Magnificent, and thats what their title run has been, since joining together, these guys have run rough shod over nearly all comers, putting on some of the best matches this company has ever seen, so surely they are the best team in the WWE?

Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin call themselves The World's Greatest Tag Team, and with their credentials, who could argue? Technical masters in the ring, tag champions on a number of occasions, and both men have beaten the opponents they face at Wrestlemania in Triple Threat and Fatal Four Way matches, with this record against the other, surely they are the best team in the WWE?

Rob Conway and Nick Dinsmore.... Lords Of The Ring. It is so true. Tag Champions for 9 months before Haas and Benjamin cheated them out of the titles, by attacking them and allowing Simply Magnificent to take the gold. Yet despite this setback, they have still remained dominant. Barely given a chance at the tag titles, they went toe to toe with Daniels/Punk and were 1 second from victory before the time limit ran out. Despite being held down, these guys have still reached the top, so surely they are the best team in the WWE?

Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere, the Backseat Boyz finally returned, after Kashmere returned from a career threatening injury, looking stronger, faster, just better than ever. The fans love them, they win matches, they are great. Trent Acid held the Extreme title for ages while Kashmere was away, and Kashmere has beaten all the odds to return, so with this tenacity, surely they are the best team in the WWE?

We'll find out who the best team are, at Wrestlemania.


Womans Title: Victoria (c) vs Lollipop

The long road for Lollipop comes to a head at Wrestlemania when she finally gets a shot at the Womans Title.

Arguably the most loved female competitor in WWE history, has held the title before, but everytime, something has stopped her from going on to be the hugely dominant champion she could surely be. The only problem for Lollipop, is that she has to get through Victoria.

Victoria has come into her own in the 6 months. She took the title after Molly Holly got injured, and Trish Stratus needed a challenger, she took her chance, and in the last few months, Trish has chased and chased after the belt, but Victoria has continued to come out on top, by hook or crook, giving her a spot at Wrestlemania.

In recent weeks, Victoria appears to have Lollipop's number, with a willingness to go over the top and put her own body on the line, Victoria is a dangerous opponent, and must surely be favourite heading in to this match.

Lollipop does have one thing working for her..... in her corner will be none other than, Trish Stratus. The question is though, will Trish's frustrations at losing and failing to regain her Womans title, effect Lollipop's quest for the gold, find out, at Wrestlemania.


Extreme Title "Spin The Wheel, Make The Deal" Match: Rob Van Dam (c) vs Tajiri

The name on the marquee is Spin The Wheel, Make The Deal, which means simply that any match is available, and whatever the wheel lands on, these 2 men will have to face, the extreme nature of the matches is why this match has been set up, and the 2 particpants are perfect for it.

Rob Van Dam, one of the great names in wrestling history, loved by fans all over the globe for his amazing style, mixing martial arts with amazing speed, stunning audiences globally.

Taking on Tajiri, a man who can go on record as saying, he is the man who put Chris Mental on the map.... if he could speak English of course. A man with lethal kicks, much similar to Van Dam, a quick ground based attack, and the willingness to be extreme when he needs to, make him the perfect opponent for Van Dam, in an extreme title match.

Prepare for Extreme, which is what these 2 will deliver at Wrestlemania.


Submission Match: Lance Storm vs Low-Ki

Take 2 submission experts, 1 debuting sensation and 1 jealous seasoned veteran, and you get a match which could well be the Match Of The Year, let alone the Match Of The Night.

Low-Ki debuted at No Way Out to a huge reaction, the wrestling phenomenen had finally come to the WWE, but Lance Storm decided that Mr. Low-Ki was muscling in on his spot, so he cost Low-Ki his chance at becoming the United Nations champion, in his first WWE match.

Since then, these 2 men have engaged in backstage fights, and have had to be pulled off one another by hoards of men. Both men have tapped out to each others devestating submission finishers, making this match highly unpredictable.

2 big egos, 2 amazing athletes and only 1 way to win....make your opponent tap out.


Hell In A Cell: Rhyno vs The Rock

Rhyno became one of the main attractions to the WWE during 2005. His meteoric rise to fame came as a result of his willingness to batter and bludgeon legends such as Mick Foley and Stonecold Steve Austin. His rough style and complete disregard for both his and his opponents bodies made him a feared and hated individual. This came to a head when he defeated The Rock in such a vicious manner that the Great One was put on the shelf for 8 months. 8 long months, in which The Rock could think of only 1 thing.... revenge.

Revenge will come at Wrestlemania, when these 2 men settle the difference inside the Hell In A Cell. The match was set because both men wanted the setting, The Rock because he knows payback and redemption are possible inside the cell, and Rhyno because he can inflict more pain.....perhaps permanent pain on the Rock. No match will match the emotion and brutality of this, and you can only see it at Wrestlemania.


Eddie Guerrero vs Shawn Michaels

The 2 names sell this match by itself. Guerrero and Michaels, perhaps the most alike competitors ever. A combination of every asset, speed, technique and brawling, with huge charisma and ego's to match, nothing more needs to be said, this should be a classic.

Cactus Sid
02-22-2004, 08:45 PM
Wrestlemania XXII

Heat- Chris Jericho arrives at the building, preparing to defend his Undisputed Heavyweight Championship against Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit later tonight, 92%

Eddie Guerrero defeated Shawn Michaels by Pinfall, Michaels attacked Guerrero after the match ***** 98%

Tajiri defeated Rob Van Dam to win the WWE Extreme Title, in a "Spin The Wheel, Make The Deal" I Quit match, when Tajiri shoved RVD off the top rope to the exposed concrete floor, legitimately injuring Van Dam ***** 95%

Low-Ki defeated Lance Storm in a Submission match after locking in the Dragon Clutch for the victory **** 76% (The match suffered because of the match prior)

Lollipop defeated Victoria to win the WWE Womans Title, after interferance from Trish Stratus, the 2 hug after the match **3/4 87%

Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere) defeated Simply Magnificent (CM Punk and Christopher Daniels), The World's Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin) and Lords Of The Ring (Nick Dinsmore and Rob Conway) in a TLC match to win the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Titles, after Trent Acid put Haas through a table, allowing them to grab the belts **** 1/2 96%

Chris Mental defeated Matt Hardy Version 1.0 to win the WWE United Nations title by pinfall, in a match described as one of the best ever ***** 99%

The Rock defeated Rhyno by Pinfall in a Hell In A Cell match, after the Rock threw Rhyno through the cell to the canvas below, Rhyno refused a handshake following the match **** 96%

Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle, to win the WWE Undisputed Heavyweight Championship after making Angle tap out to the Crippler Crossface ****1/4 94%

Overall Rating: 95%
Match Of The Night: Chris Mental vs Matt Hardy Version 1.0
Buy Rate: 1.84

Kind of disappointed, I'd made the matches such that I was expecting about 97% overall, but ah well. Only Wrestlemania XXI has had 95%

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-22-2004, 10:46 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Here is WWE No Way Out 2005:

Heat: Kanyon pinned Goldust to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ***, 80% Overall

The World's Greatest Tag Team defeated Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles. The WGTT assault their opponents afterwards, sending a message to Spanky/London and Kai En Tai (who were screwed out of title shots yet again) ****1/2, 92% Overall

Evolution defeated Booker T, John Cena, and Eddie Guerrero when Brock Lesnar ran out and costed his enemy Booker T the match. ****, 89% Overall

Jamie Noble cheated to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title against Ultimo Dragon. Jamie hightails it afterwards. ****1/2, 88% Overall

Rhyno pinned The Undertaker after Kane interference. Kane continued to demolish Taker afterwards. ****1/4, 94% Overall

Edge and Rob Van Dam defeated Kurt Angle and Christian after Edge pinned Angle following a miscommunication between Angle and Christian. Angle and Christian beat Edge and RVD's asses afterwards to compensate. ****1/2, 93% Overall

Lance Storm pinned Low Ki to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. ****1/2, 89% Overall

Chris Benoit made Jerry Lynn tap to the Crippler Crossface to retain his title shot at WrestleMania 21. ****1/2, 92% Overall

Chris Jericho pinned The Rock to retain the WWE Title. ****, 93% Overall

91% Overall Rating WHOOOOOOOOOOOO!
1.78 Buy Rate</font>

Boondock Saint
02-22-2004, 11:25 PM
Wow, I suck at this game. But tis fun.

The Mackem
02-23-2004, 05:35 AM
Can you still get the images downloads that you used to be able to get? Link me if you still can, please. I only downloaded one of them back in August, so I've only got A-C or something like that.

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 06:57 AM
http://www.400softwarestudios.com/invboard/upload/index.php?showtopic=41381

The Mackem
02-23-2004, 07:01 AM
Cheers Sid, I'll download them when I get home this evening :y:

I actually found the images file on my computer the other week. Needlesss to say I hired all of the fit looking birds into my development camp :D

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 07:21 AM
That's exactly what I did, and now Lollipop is one of the most over and talented people on my roster, hell she put on a 5* match with Matt Hardy

The Mackem
02-23-2004, 10:03 AM
Wrestlemania XXII
Kind of disappointed, I'd made the matches such that I was expecting about 97% overall, but ah well. Only Wrestlemania XXI has had 95%


Yeah, I'd be real disapointed if I only got a 95% event LOL

The Mackem
02-23-2004, 10:05 AM
BTW Sid, who's Chris Mental? Someone you added/changed name of/came through training camp?

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 10:15 AM
I was disappointed because I built it up, and put together people who worked well with everyone etc.... the least over person was Charlie Haas at 90, so that's why it was disappointing

Chris Mental was someone I trained up over time, I can't remember who the original wrestler was, but Chris Mental was my e-fed character about 5 years ago

The Mackem
02-23-2004, 10:19 AM
So what's the highest ranked event anybody has had then? Proof would be cool as well :P

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 10:23 AM
Well As I've said 95 is mine, I've had 2, lemme just get some screen shots

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 10:28 AM
This was the first

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 10:29 AM
This was the second

Cactus Sid
02-23-2004, 10:32 AM
This was my best non-ppv show, if I remember correctly this was when I was still doing the roster split, so this was the big Smackdown show

The Mackem
02-23-2004, 11:09 AM
Cool, I notice you've got Alicia. I always hire her as a manager, don't care too much for Ken Shamrock anyway.

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-24-2004, 12:01 AM
<font color=goldenrod>WrestleMania XXI:

Heat Match: The Spanish Announce Team defeated Kyo Dai when red pinned Tajiri. ***1/2, 80% Overall

Teddy Hart defeated Jamie Noble, Low Ki, and AJ Styles in his debut match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Title. ****1/4, 88% Overall

Brock Lesnar, Kurt Angle, Shawn Michaels, Batista, and Christian defeated Booker T, John Cena, Edge, Eddie Guerrero, and Rob Van Dam when Brock cheated to pin Booker. ****, 89% Overall

Kanyon defeated The Rock to retain the WWE Hardcore Title. ***1/4, 85% Overall

The Undertaker defeated Kane in a Hell In A Cell to finally wrap up their 14 months of animosity. ****, 93% Overall

Spanky and Paul London defeated Kai En Tai and The World's Greatest Tag Team in TLC 6 to win the WWE Tag Team Titles. *****, 97% Overall

Randy Orton "defeated" Stone Cold Steve Austin in an unsanctioned brawl when Shawn Michaels came out and interfered. A 2-on-1 occurred afterwards. ***1/2, 90% Overall

Lance Storm pinned Jerry Lynn to retain the WWE Intercontinental Title. ****1/2, 92% Overall

Chris Benoit made Chris Jericho submit to the Crippler Crossface to win the WWE Title. They shake hands to cap off the show. ****1/2, 93% Overall

91% Overall Rating for the second consecutive month :cool:

1.89 Buy Rate</font>

xGuiltyFatex
02-24-2004, 08:48 AM
Can't figure out how to change the start date. My promotion keeps starting in 1899. :-\

Cactus Sid
02-24-2004, 10:28 AM
If you want the start date to be say..... January 1997, change the date on your computer (by double clicking on the time in the bottom right hand corner) change it to December 1996 and it'll start as January 1997

If its starting in 1899, you might have a real problem with your pc

xGuiltyFatex
02-24-2004, 11:33 AM
yea, my clock was messed up. i fixed it. thanks

Champion of Europa
02-24-2004, 06:39 PM
OK, back at Kapoutland I had a game called "Europa Championship Wrestling."

My main players were: Brock Lesnar, Vitor Belfort, Ken Shamrock, Shannon Moore, and the owner, Mitch Europa.

After a few months, I lost too much money and was promptly fired.

After last night's confrontation with Vince McMahon, Eric Bischoff got a little too out of control and hird those competitors from ECW.

Also last night, a certain wrestler appeared from Smackdown and because of this, the roster split was completely destroyed and many wrestlers were sacked.

These being:

Al Snow
A-Train
Big Bossman
Big Show
Bill DeMott
Bradshaw
Chris Benoit
Billy Kidman
Chris Kanyon
Christopher Nowinski
Chuck Palumbo
Dawn Marie
D-Von Dudley
Eric Bischoff
Ernest Miller
Farooq
Goldust
Ivory
Jacqueline
Jazz
Johnny Stamboli
Mark Henry
Nidia
Rikishi
Rodney Mack
Rosey
Sable
Scott Steiner
William Regal

The newest additions to the WWE did not go over well with the locker room, and tension immeadiately started to occur.

Vince wants them out of his company, so to be fair, he is allowing a 5 on 5 War Games match for ownership of the WWE at Wrestlemania. It will be: Brock Lesnar, Vitor Belfort, Ken Shamrock, Shannon Moore, and Mitch Europa vs. The Rock, The Undertaker, Triple H, Kane, and Vince McMahon.

The Mackem
02-26-2004, 11:48 AM
Sounds good CoE. Where do I get my Mitch Europa t-shirt from?

Champion of Europa
02-26-2004, 07:27 PM
Sounds good CoE. Where do I get my Mitch Europa t-shirt from?

There are none at the moment. I haven't even done my first show. :(

The Mackem
02-26-2004, 07:30 PM
But he's accountable for 99.9% of the merchandise sales, right?

Champion of Europa
02-26-2004, 08:06 PM
Some more stuff about ECW (Europa Championship Wrestling) invading the WWE:

All belts have been vacated.

The belts are:

World Heavyweight
WWE Tag Team
WWE Intercontinental
WWE Cruiserweight

Also, the ECW vs. WWE ownership match has been changed to exchange Shannon Moore with ECW alumni Tito Ortiz.

Feuds are as follows:

Brock Lesnar vs. The Rock
Ken Shamrock vs. The Undertaker
Vitor Belfort vs. Triple H
Tito Ortiz vs. Kane
Vince McMahon vs. Mitch Europa
Jindrak and O'Haire vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team
Chris Jericho vs. Val Venis

RAW soon.

Champion of Europa
02-26-2004, 08:31 PM
RAW:

Mitch Europa comes out and talks about how ECW will destroy the WWE with only 5 men at Wrestlemania, and talks about how he will once again have ownership over a powerful company. 78%

Val Venis defeats Chris Jericho. After the match, Jericho attacks. **

Tito Ortiz comes to the ring to challenge anyone in the back to a FIGHT. Kane answers, coming to the ring and beating down on Ortiz before Ortiz was thrown out of the ring. Kane celebrates. 77%

Shannon Moore is beating down ECW alumni Funaki for not joining them and being loyal to the WWE. Tajiri runs to the ring and stops Shannon Moore, beating him down. 49%

Triple H defeats Vitor Belfort by DQ. *3/4

Vince McMahon is talking backstage about how he will defeat ECW at Wrestlemania, and make sure that ECW never returns. 94%

The World's Greatest Tag Team defeated Jindrak and O'Haire, afterwards WGTT beat down on Jindrak and O'Haire. **1/4

Ken Shamrock defeated the Undertaker. Afterward, Undertaker assaulted him. **

(Note to self: change to Keith.)

O'Haire and Jindrak cut a interview on WGTT. 75%

The Rock cuts a promo on Brock Lesnar. 99%

The Rock defeated Rhyno (ECW Alumni) ***. Afterwards, Lesnar ran down to the ring and attacked Rock.

Overall: 80%

We got a 5.80 rating for 'RAW'!

Champion of Europa
02-27-2004, 06:09 PM
Smackdown:

The Rock comes to the ring to talk about being attacked by Lesnar on RAW. Just as he spoke about it, Lesnar ran in and quickly F-5'd The Rock. As Rock rose to his feet, Lesnar beat him in the head repeatedly with a steel chair, busting him wide open. Rock is carried out on a stretcher. 93%

Tajiri is forced to fight the very man he saved last week, Funaki, for the number 1 contendership to fight Shannon Moore for the vacant Cruiserweight title. Tajiri does defeat Funaki. Shannon Moore runs to the ring and beats down Tajiri. ***1/2

Mitch Europa and Vince McMahon yell at each other backstage. 89%

Ken Shamrock retains his IC title after defeating Christian. Undertaker assaults Shamrock after the match. **3/4

Chris Jericho assaults Val Venis backstage because of Jericho's loss to him on RAW. 81%

Tito Ortiz and Kane fight to a draw when they both are DQ'd. They brawl violently to the back afterwards. ***

Vitor Belfort defeats Randy Orton. Triple H comes down to the ring and brawls with Vitor. **3/4

Batista challenges Vitor Belfort for next week. 58%

Vince McMahon announces we will see Booker T vs. Brock Lesnar tonight. 96%

Booker T hypes his match with Lesnar. 82%

Brock Lesnar destroys Booker T. ***

Overall Rating: 74%

We got a 6.16 rating for 'Smackdown!'

Conspiracy Victim Vito
02-27-2004, 09:12 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I don't have the paper with the card on it, but here's some Backlash 2005 matches from what I can remember, it's a Raw exclusive PPV, the WWE Title and WWE Tag Team Titles float between brands, Raw gets the Hardcore and IC Titles, Smackdown gets the Cruiserweight and TV (tourney going on there that will climax at Judgment Day) Titles.:

WWE Title: John Cena vs. Chris Benoit (C)

WWE Tag Team Titles: Adrenaline (Chris Cage and Tank Toland) vs. Spanky and Paul London (C)

WWE Intercontinental Title: Randy Orton vs. Lance Storm (C)

Steel Cage: Booker T vs. Brock Lesnar

Chris Jericho vs. Jerry Lynn</font>

Cactus Sid
02-29-2004, 03:57 PM
Land Of Opportunity (Replacing Backlash, its an angle I came up with)

Each match will be determined by the luck of the draw, Each match will then have a stipulation attached by the Spin Of The Wheel

WWE Undisputed Heavyweight Title: Chris Benoit (c) vs ???????
WWE United Nations Title: Chris Mental (c) vs ???????
WWE Extreme Title: Tajiri (c) vs ???????
WWE Womans Title: Lollipop (c) vs ???????
WWE Tag Team Titles: Johnny Kashmere and Trent Acid (c) vs ??????? and ???????
Number 1 Contender For Undisputed Heavyweight and Tag Team Titles 4 Corner Tag Team Elimination Match, Winning Team Recieves a Shot at the Undisputed Heavyweight Title at Judgment Day, with the final eliminated team recieving a Tag Team Title shot- ??????? and ??????? vs ??????? and ??????? vs ??????? and ??????? vs ??????? and ???????
Number 1 Contender For United Nations Title: ??????? vs ???????
Number 1 Contender Extreme Title: ??????? vs ???????
Number 1 Contender Womans Title: ??????? vs ???????

Cactus Sid
03-01-2004, 08:24 AM
Scott Hall just found religion :eek:

Cactus Sid
03-01-2004, 08:33 AM
I just found why Lance Storm vs Low-Ki did so badly at Mania

They're both heels :| I thought Low-Ki came in as a face

The Mackem
03-01-2004, 09:23 AM
LOL

SuperSlim
03-01-2004, 10:41 AM
this thing is still goin on?

Boondock Saint
03-02-2004, 11:35 PM
I think my problem with this game is I don't really do what you guys do. You guys seem to make up actual storylines and stuff, I just sort of book matches. I do have storylines in my mind but I just can't transfer them into the game well enough.

I'm currently doing an Evolution vs. DX feud (yes, DX) but I dunno...it just sounds a lot better in my mind than when it happens. Oh well, I still enjoy it as long as I don't play it excessively or else the booking gets too tedious.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-03-2004, 12:38 AM
So I'm thinking about setting up a custom federation.

I'll sign Brock Lesnar right off, on the basis that he drunk Triple H's water and was fired :shifty:

Other than that I'll use FLI's ratings (money ect). I'll sign as many people as I can to open contracts... So we'll see how that goes.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-03-2004, 01:03 AM
Correction, I'll do that if someone can supply me a direct link to the download file. I can't find it for the life of me

Cactus Sid
03-03-2004, 07:23 AM
http://www.pwse.net/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=getit&lid=137

Its only for EWR 4.0 though, not 4.2, which seemingly has disappeared from the internet

Cactus Sid
03-03-2004, 08:41 AM
LAND OF OPPORTUNITY

(CAPITALS indicate those drawn by "tumbler" and the type of match that was "spun"

VICTORIA defeated TRISH STRATUS in a FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE match, to become the number 1 contender for the Womens Title after rolling Trish up after pushing her into an exposed turnbuckle ****3/4 96%

Tajiri defeated HURRICANE in a TABLES match to retain the WWE Extreme Title, after putting Hurricane through a table with a Moonsault ***1/2 86%

EDDIE GUERRERO defeated CHRISTOPHER DANIELS in a HARDCORE match to earn a shot at the Extreme Title, after pinning Daniels with a Frog Splash ***** 99% (99, 98, 100)

Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere defeated AJ STYLES and SHAWN MICHAELS in a LADDER match to retain the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Titles after Trent Acid gave AJ a Missile Dropkick knocking him off the ladder ***** 99% (99, 100, 100)

KURT ANGLE defeated CHRIS HERO in a SUBMISSION match to earn a shot at the United Nations title, after making Hero tap to the Angle Lock ****3/4 93%

Lollipop defeated ALEXIS LAREE in a CAGE match to retain the Womens Title after Lollipop climbed out for the win * 84% (84, 96, 59.... Alexis has got to pull something out of her ass :shifty: )

LOW-KI and LANCE STORM ( :shifty: ) defeated EVOLUTION (RHYNO and RANDY ORTON), JERRY LYNN and BROCK LESNAR and EDGE and REY MYSTERIO JR, to earn shot at the Undisputed title at Judgment Day, EVOLUTION earned a shot at the tag team titles *** 3/4 87%

CHRIS JERICHO defeated Chris Mental to WIN the United Nations Title in a HELL IN A CELL match after Jericho hit a body slam through the cell, and then elbow dropped Mental ***** 99% (99, 100, 100)

Chris Benoit defeated MATT HARDY VERSION 1.0 in a ONE on ONE contest, after making Hardy submit to the Crossface, ****3/4 95%

Overall Rating: 94% (WOW, Shocked at that)

Matches Of The Night: Backseat Boyz vs AJ Styles and Shawn Michaels- Tag Title Ladder Match AND Chris Mental vs Chris Jericho- United Nations Title Hell In A Cell match

Buy Rate: 1.80

Cactus Sid
03-03-2004, 08:51 AM
Something pretty cool that I found

I was looking at the Website bit, and I saw it say that Chris Mental was causing problems backstage, which suprised me because when I brought him in, he was just young, I checked his profile and he was "good to work with" and he just seemed like a clean babyface, which he probably was.

So seeing as how he was causing problems backstage, I thought I'd take a look at the original characters Attitude and Behaviour (I remembered that he was originally Exodus) and his Attitude and Behaviour was around 85 for both.

So, I got hold of Arsenic and checked Mental now, and his Attitude is 20, and his Behaviour is 5..... so, as far as I'm aware, the mega push I gave him, must have really gone to his head, which I guess does happen in wrestling

Just thought that was pretty cool :-\

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 12:52 AM
Ok, so I just set up my federation (EWA), and changed Brock to a member of our roster. He'll be the only person on the roster to start with.

<center>Extreme Wrestling Alliance</center>
Basic Info
Size: Cult
Money: 4500000
Image: 35
Risk: 60
Advertising: 50
Production: 60
Merchandising: 50

And that's all I've got so far, time to start diving in. Wish me luck.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 01:33 AM
EWA Day one
Ok, so first day of buisness and the first thing I decided to do was take a look as some sponsors. We got 4 great ( :shifty: ) sponsors. David, Lee, and Roth as our main sponsors, followed by Phillips' GFX, Xander, Construction, and Vincent Plum Bonds.

After signing my sponsors I bumped our risk up another 5 points, being that our sponsors morality allowed it.

Roster time!
Ok, so Sophie informed me I need to hire like 31 people, so it's off to the indi scene. I signed the following people to contracts.

AJ Styles, Jay Briscoe, Mark Briscoe, Bryan Danielson, Scoot Andrews (Written contract), Jimmy Yang, Jody Fleisch, Austin Lee (written contract), CM Punk, Matt Styker, Trent Acid, Jonny C. (Written contract), Chris Hero (Written contract), Colt Cobana, Christopher Daniels, Michael Modest, Air Paris (Written contract), Billy Fives (written contract), Lash Laroux, Roadkill (written contract), Roddy Piper (Written contract / manager), Bill Alfanso (manager), Erik Watts (manager), Joel Gertner (Written contract / Manager)
CW Anderson, Low Ki, D'Lo Brown, Sick Nick Mondo, Donovan Morgan, Ebessan, Mens Teioh, Danny Doring, Chris Chetti, and Takao Omori

In addition, I also hired a staff, but I'm not going into that. :p

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 02:06 AM
<center>EWA presents: Night Of Champions</center>

Christopher Daniels was on hype duty tonight, promoting the 4 way dance for the world title
Overall Rating: 78

Roadkill beat Air Paris after connecting with the Amish Splash.
Overall Rating: 58
Crowd Reaction: 50
Match Quality: 66

Low Ki was backstage, He announces that he will be in tonight main event along with Daniels, Lesnar, and Styles
Overall Rating: 71

Scoot Andrews went over Sick Nick Mondo in a very dissapointing match after the Tiger Suplex
Overall Rating: 56
Crowd Reaction: 48
Match Quality: 64

A hype video is played for the debut of D'Lo Brown
Overall Rating: 82

CM Punk went over Trent Acid to with the EWA US Title in a ladder match.
Overall Rating: 68
Crowd Reaction: 56
Match Quality: 81
Road Agents Notes: Acid lost overness, the EWA US title gained image.[/b]

The Briscoe Boys went over D'Lo Brown and Jody Fleisch after the Cut throat suplex on Fleisch to win the Tag titles in a cage match.
Overall Rating: 65
Crowd Reaction: 57
Match Quality: 74
Road Agents Notes: Both D'Lo and Fleisch lost overness, The Briscoes gained.

We See Brock Lesnar warming up backstage, the main event is next.
Overall Rating: 82

Brock Lesnar won the Fatal 4 way match against AJ Styles, Low Ki, and Christopher Daniels to win the EWA World title.
Overall Rating: 76
Crowd Reaction: 77
Match Quality: 77

<center>Overall Show Rating: 70</center>
<center>My comments: Well, let's just say I'm less than pleased, however things will pick up once I have time to set up some angles and get some people over.</center>

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 02:10 AM
I also signed Paul London to a written deal the day WWE released him.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 04:15 AM
<center>EWA Presents: The Brave Die Young</center>

The show opens up with Brock Lesnar walking backstage, Low Ki attacks from behind with a chair! He walks off leaving Brock on the floor.
Overall Rating: 70
Road Agents Notes: Brock lost overness :o

Erik Watts is backstage, he seems furious at what we just saw and books Brock Lesnar to fight Low Ki, tonight!
Overall Rating: 74

D'Lo Brown went over RoadKill in a very nicely done table match after a piledriver through the table.
Overall Rating: 72
Crowd Reaction: 60
Match Quality: 85

D'Lo Brown sticks around after his match, he issues a challenge to the winner of tonight US title match between Paul London, and Christopher Daniels!
Overall Rating: 63

The Briscoe Boys defeated Jimmy Yang and Trent Acid to retain the tag titles after the J Driller. Great match, crowd just wasn't there. After the match, Acid and Yang argue.
Overall Rating: 74
Crowd Reaction: 51
Match Quality: 98
Road Agents Notes: The EWA Tag Titles have gained image.

Christopher Daniels is backstage, he ripped into London and said that he would face D'Lo Brown at next months show... not London.
Overall Rating: 80

Paul London defeated Christopher Daniels to win the vacated US title in what many considered the upset of the night after hitting the Shooting Star Press.
Overall Rating: 76
Crowd Reaction: 69
Match Quality: 83
Road Agents Notes: EWA US title gained image.

Brock Lesnar is seen backstage stepping out of his room with a bandage on his head from Low Ki's attack, the world title match is next!
Overall Rating: 76

Brock Lesnar and Low Ki wrestled to a time limit draw to continue their feud. After the ref called for the bell, they continued to brawl to the back.
Overall Rating: 83
Crowd Reaction: 79
Match Quality: 87
Road Agents Notes: The EWA World title gained image.

<center>Overall Show Rating: 75</center>
<center>My thoughts: Meh, decent show, slowly improving in ratings. Next show or two should get me into better ratings.</center>

#1-wwf-fan
03-04-2004, 06:08 AM
I can only stand EWR for a couple weeks then I get bored with it. I suppose I could try to get something going again.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 07:14 PM
Just so everyone knows, Low Ki and D'Lo are assholes. (Yes, I'm bitter they signed with other companies.)

*Goes into a bidding war for Low Ki* :o

HeartBreakMan2k
03-04-2004, 07:16 PM
Ok scratch that, spoiled bastard wants too much money now. :mad:

I did however resign CM Punk again.

Also just signed Black Dragon to a written contract.

The Mackem
03-05-2004, 02:25 PM
Hmm I might start a new game

HeartBreakMan2k
03-07-2004, 12:46 AM
I ran this show with two open slots, reason being that the other match I had planned was ruined by tours.

<center>Extreme Wrestling Alliance Cold Day In Hell</center>

The Director of Authority Erik Watts is backstage, he announces that tonight we will see AJ Styles take on Brock Lesnar for the World title, with a special stimpulation to be announced later.
Overall Rating: 80
Road Agents Notes: Erik Watts gained overness

Chris Chetti and Lash LaRoux defeated Roadkill in a special Handicap challenge to see if Roadkill should gain a US title shot. Roadkill was pinned after a chair shot.
Overall Rating: 66
Crowd Reaction: 58
Match Quality: 75
Road Agents Notes: None

The Briscoe Boys defended the EWA Tag titles again Takao Omori and Jody Fleisch with guest referee Roddy Piper, The Briscoes won after a fast count from Piper on Omori.
Overall Rating: 75
Crowd Reaction: 58
Match Quality: 93
Road Agents Notes: The EWA Tag titles have gained image.

Roddy Piper is shown backstage, he announced that, the tag match was simply a warm up, next week he will referee the US title match between tonights winner, and Takao Omori .
Overall Rating: 79

Paul London defeated CM Punk to retain the US title in a ladder match after nailing the Shooting Star Press, then climbing the ladder for the belt. The two shook hands at the end of the match.
Overall Rating: 75
Crowd Reaction: 62
Match Quality: 89
Road Agents Notes: CM Punk lost overness from this match. The EWA US title gained image.

A video is played hyping the Brock Lesnar - AJ Styles feud.
Overall Rating: 73

Brock Lesnar and AJ Styles wrestled to a no contest double count out, at the end of the match the two continued to brawl to the back until officials pulled them apart. Erik Watts who helped break the fight up announced, Next show AJ Styles will NOT be allowed in the arena!
Overall Rating: 87
Crowd Reaction: 89
Match Quality: 85
Road Agents Notes: The EWA world title has gained image.

<center>Overall Show Rating: 77</center>
<center>My thoughts: Meh, it's more or less what I expected due to the short card. I've got to get the world title off of Brock soon as his contract expires in like 3 or 4 months :meh:

HeartBreakMan2k
03-07-2004, 01:20 AM
Scratch what I said about Brock Lesnar, I resigned him to a written contract for one year.

I also signed Tito Ortiz to an open contract.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-07-2004, 02:18 AM
<center>Extreme Wrestling Alliance Desperate Measures</center>

Erik Watts is backstage, he announces that tonight, being that AJ Styles isn't at the arena, we will see the debuting Ebessan take on Brock Lesnar in a falls count anywhere bout.
Overall Rating: 85
Road Agents Notes: Watts gained overness.

Trent Acid defeated Roadkill after the super frankensteiner. As Roadkill attempted to leave Trent acid attacked and beat him down.
Overall Rating: 67
Crowd Reaction: 59
Match Rating: 76
Road Agents Notes: Roadkill lost overness (I don't care) Acid gained overness (good, that was the point.)

Joel Gertner is in the ring with Paul London, he verbally trashes CM Punk.
Overall Rating: 75

The debuting Tito Ortiz defeated Jody Fleisch by tap out via the neck crank. At the end of the match, the two shook hands.
Overall Rating: 71
Crowd Reaction: 63
Match Rating: 80
Road Agents Notes: Fleisch lost overness.

The Briscoe boys retained their tag team titles in a triple threat tag team ladder match, going over Air Paris/Chris Chetti, and Men's Teioh/Lash Laroux.
Overall Rating: 74
Crowd Reaction: 65
Match Rating: 84
Road Agents Notes: The EWA tag titles gained image.

The camera's are backstage where we see Trent Acid and Tito Ortiz trying to get at each other, but are held back by officials. The announcers question what started it.
Overall Rating: 70
Road Agents Notes: Trent Acid gained overness.

Paul London pinned Takao Omori to retain his US title in a triangle match. CM Punk was held by Gertner.
Overall Rating: 68
Crowd Reaction: 55
Match Rating: 81
Road Agents Notes: The US title gained image.

Brock Lesnar is backstage, he says the next event Styles shows up too, he wants him in a cage match so he has no where to run.
Overall Rating: 79

Brock Lesnar defeated Ebessan after a toughly contested contest via the F-5. Brock offered to shake Ebessan's hand, it was accepted, only for Ebessan to cheap shot him.
Overall Rating: 77
Crowd Reaction: 74
Match Rating: 81
Road Agents Notes: The EWA world title gained image.

<center>Overall Show Rating: 73</center>
<center>My opinion: Not my best show rating wise, but I'm happy because most the show was used in an attempt to get some new people attention.</center>

HeartBreakMan2k
03-07-2004, 02:26 AM
I'm about to buy out XPW. It's going to put me in the red for the month, but I'll gain some nice contracts so it's worth it to me.

Champion of Europa
03-07-2004, 02:31 PM
RAW:

Mitch Europa attacks Vince McMahon backstage. 78%

Triple H and Kane hyped their match against Vitor Belfort and Tito Ortiz. 85%

Kane and HHH defeated Tito Ortiz and Vitor Belfort by DQ when Tito attacked the ref. ***1/4

Val Venis hypes his match against Randy Orton. 85%

Randy Orton defeated Val Venis when Jericho ran in and crotched Val when he went for the Money Shot, resulting in a top rope RKO. Afterwards, the two form an alliance by beating down on him. ***1/4

Shannon Moore defeated Funaki. Afterwards, Tajiri ran in and they had a staredown. ***

Ken Shamrock retained his IC Title against Bubba Ray Dudley. Afterwards, him and Taker brawled. ***

Brock Lesnar trashed talked the Rock. 82%

Sean O'Haire defeated Charlie Haas. Afterwards, Shelton Benjamin attacked him. **3/4

William Regal books Chris Jericho and Randy Orton vs. Val Venis next week. 73%

Brock Lesnar defeated Edge and destroyed him afterwards. ****

Overall 79%

As far as wrestling goes, this was a good show.

Cena wants to work with Van Dam.

We got a 6.04 rating for 'RAW'!

Conspiracy Victim Vito
03-07-2004, 06:32 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Later on tonight I plan on starting a new game file in the month of March and simulating WrestleMania.

However, do to the fact that I only get 9 slots (which includes Heat), and 12 matches on the real PPV, I'm going to have to make a big change to the real card. Here is how I'm planning it out:

On Heat there's gonna be a 20 Person Battle Royal, pitting the participants of THREE matches together, it will be:

Rob Van Dam vs. Booker T vs. Mark Jindrak vs. Garrison Cade vs. Rene Dupree vs. Rob Conway vs. Bubba Ray Dudley vs. D-Von Dudley vs. Rikishi vs. Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Doug Basham vs. Danny Basham vs. Charlie Haas vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Faarooq vs. Bradshaw vs. Stacy Keibler vs. Miss Jackie vs. Torrie Wilson vs. Sable

Yes, I know, that match makes no sense at all and will blow, but I only have 9 slots to work with so bear with me. :-\

Aside from the shitty Heat Match, the rest of the show will be based on the actual WM card.

Results later</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
03-07-2004, 06:33 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Later on tonight I plan on starting a new game file in the month of March and simulating WrestleMania.

However, do to the fact that I only get 9 slots (which includes Heat), and 12 matches on the real PPV, I'm going to have to make a big change to the real card. Here is how I'm planning it out:

On Heat there's gonna be a 20 Man Battle Royal, pitting the participants of THREE matches together, it will be:

Rob Van Dam vs. Booker T vs. Mark Jindrak vs. Garrison Cade vs. Rene Dupree vs. Sylvan Grenier vs. Bubba Ray Dudley vs. D-Von Dudley vs. Rikishi vs. Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Doug Basham vs. Danny Basham vs. Charlie Haas vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Faarooq vs. Bradshaw vs. Stacy Keibler vs. Miss Jackie vs. Torrie Wilson vs. Sable

Yes, I know, that match makes no sense at all, but I only have 9 slots to work with so bear with me. :-\

Aside from the shitty Heat Match, the rest of the show will be based on the actual WM card.

Results later</font>

Conspiracy Victim Vito
03-07-2004, 06:34 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Crap, I hit the quote button instead of the edit. Sorry about that</font> :o

HeartBreakMan2k
03-08-2004, 12:42 AM
This is my first month on the weekly PPV set up. I'll most likely lose some money because I used to names for this card. Enjoy.

<center>EWA BlackOut</center>

We see Brock Lesnar arriving backstage, he's attacked from behind by AJ Styles with a chair! "I guess tonight we get in a cage, your title is mine" AJ says with a cocky look and walks off."
Overall Rating: 85

Ron "The Truth" Killings is backstage, he was hyping the tag team number one contenders match.
Overall Rating: 76

Ron Killings and Elix skipper went over Satoshi Kojima and Takao Omori after True Convictions from Killings.
Overall Rating: 76
Crowd Reaction: 67
Match Quality: 77
Road Agents Notes: Both Killings and Skipper lost overness to their weak gimmick. I probably should have checked that before booking them in their first match with us.

Paul London is backstage, he's attacked by CM Punk with a ladder... Punk sets up the ladder and climbs... LONDON CALLING! Punk just stole London's own move!
Overall Rating: 58
Road Agents Notes: Punk gained overness.

Trent Acid won the first ever EWA All Pro cup with a win over Perry Saturn and Christopher Daniels.
Overall Rating: 75
Crowd Reaction: 68
Match Quality: 83
Road Agents Notes: The EWA All Pro Cup gained image.

We See Jerry Lynn warming up backstage, the fatal fourway for the US title is next.
Overall Rating: 65 :|
Road Agents Notes: Lynn lost overness (yeah no shit)

CM Punk won the EWA US title defeating Paul London, Jerry Lynn, and Psychosis in a four corners match.
Overall Rating: 71
Crowd Reaction: 61
Match Quality: 81
Road Agents Notes: The EWA US title gained image.

We see the new commisioner, Don Callis, he informs us that Erik Watts has been fired, and tonight AJ Styles and Brock Lesnar will have a cage match, but thanks to Styles earlier attack, it will not be for the world title
Overall Rating: 79
Road Agents Notes: Callis gained overness.

AJ Styles defeated Brock Lesnar in a cage match after interferance from Ebessan. After the match Ebessan and Styles shook hands and continued their attack.
Overall Rating: 87
Crowd Reaction: 90
Match Quality: 83
Road Agents Notes: Brock lost overness :(

<center>Overall Show Rating: 74</center>
<center>My opinions: I'm far from pleased, with the names I expected a better show, however I did continue some feuds.</center>

HeartBreakMan2k
03-08-2004, 01:06 AM
RoH doesn't exist anymore as I just bought them out as well.

HeartBreakMan2k
03-08-2004, 01:14 AM
I released AJ Styles (money cutting) and created a feud with Brock and Xavier (who has a written contract). This gives me a feud I can book each week without worrying about appearances, and helps me build a new star in Xavier.

The Mackem
03-09-2004, 04:54 PM
Brandon is sinlge handedly destroying the indy scene :mad:

HeartBreakMan2k
03-10-2004, 12:07 AM
Brandon is sinlge handedly destroying the indy scene :mad:

:D Yup. I'm kicking massive amounts of ass.

Mike the Metal Ed
03-11-2004, 10:09 PM
I'm doing a WWE (Formerly Raw brand) vs WCW (Formerly Smackdown brand) game.
(Occasional poster) Paul Heyman is WWE booker and I am WCW booker, and we send the game save over MSN.

Coming up to Spring Stampede, here's my announced matches...

WCW Cruiserweight Title
Billy Kidman (c) vs Rey Mysterio Jr

WCW Hardcore Television Title:
Raven (c) v Terry Funk v Sabu


WCW United States Title
Razor Ramon vs Booker T (c)

Ric Flair vs Sting

WCW Heavyweight Title, Special Guest Referee Bret Hart
The Undertaker vs HHH (c) (I "signed" Undertaker from WWE, HHH is contracted to both companies until he loses the WCW Title)

I will most likely add:
WCW Tag Team Titles
The Headbangers vs Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire (c)

The Mackem
03-13-2004, 10:06 AM
Finding these images isn't as easy as it once was. I've ended up sigining up at the EWAdditions website. Need my account activating though :(

The Mackem
03-13-2004, 10:53 AM
Here's some TEW screen shots if you're bothered BTW

http://ewb3.ithium.net/ewadditions/phpnuke/html/modules.php?op=modload&name=My_eGallery&file=index&do=showgall&gid=6

The Mackem
03-13-2004, 12:37 PM
You know I think I might buy TEW when it comes out.

Mike the Metal Ed
03-13-2004, 09:28 PM
OK, I booked Spring Stampede:
<center>http://www.100megsfree4.com/wiawrestling/graphics/STAMPE~1.gif</center>

Dark Match
Ernest Miller vs Goldust vs Chris Kanyon vs The Sandman.

Match Background: This will be a four corners bout.

The Match: Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, The Sandman ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. The Sandman with a spinning neckbreaker on Miller. There's a two count on the pin. Miller kicks The Sandman in the gut to reverse the momentum. Tag between Ernest Miller and Goldust. Goldust slams The Sandman down and motions to the crowd. The ref is bumped, as goes down after accidentally getting caught by an elbow to the face. Spear! Sandman is down! Hooks the leg, but the referee is still out! Goldust slams The Sandman down and motions to the crowd. Sandman backdrops Goldust out of a piledriver attempt. That took a lot out of The Sandman. Sandman tags out to Chris Kanyon. Spear by Chris Kanyon. A Gut buster connects on Goldust and hits hard. Goldust powers out of a Chris Kanyon headlock. BIG clothesline on Kanyon. Death valley driver (not to be confused with the DVD 500) by Goldust connects and Chris Kanyon is down! Tag to The Sandman. The Sandman with a spinning neckbreaker on Kanyon. Death valley driver by The Sandman! No one executes that move properly anymore. Chris Kanyon is in trouble. White Russian Leg Sweep! 1....2....3.

My Opinion: *1\2 rating. Hey, you wanted to make it harder on yourself, right?

68%
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A video is played, hyping the Triple H vs Undertaker feud.

90%
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Rey Mysterio Jr. vs Billy Kidman.

Match Background: This will be a ladder bout. This is a continuation of the Kidman vs Mysterio feud. This match is for the WCW Cruiserweight title. Billy Kidman has been WCW Cruiserweight champion since 15 April 2004.

The Match: Billy Kidman kicks the leg, knocks Mysterio down, and goes to work on it. Dropkick into the ladder by Kidman, sending it into Mysterio! Flying elbow from Billy Kidman connects. Mysterio takes a flying neckbreaker from Billy Kidman. Kidman goes for a splash but Mysterio puts the knees up. Dropkick from the middle of the ladder by Mysterio. GORGEOUS Spinning bulldog in the corner and Kidman is down. Rey Mysterio Jr. misses a big legdrop after stalling too long. Flying cross body off the top rope! DDT from the top rope by Billy Kidman. That looked KILLER. Billy Kidman gets taken down out of nowhere! Spinning back kick from Rey Mysterio Jr.. Mysterio drops an elbow...but Billy Kidman moves out of the way. Second rope flying axe handle, Mysterio goes down. One day, Kidman might even consider coming off the top with that. You know...for more impact and stuff. They both begin to climb the ladder. Once they reach the top, an exchange of punches starts! Kidman grabs Mysterio...and sends him crashing to the canvas! Billy Kidman grabs the prize for the victory. Jamie Noble comes running down the aisle with a chair! Billy Kidman is just leaving the ring...and Noble scores with a brutal chair shot! Billy Kidman falls to the floor holding his head.

My Opinion: I can be generous sometimes. Well, depends on your definition of generous. **1/4.

Road Agent:
Billy Kidman gained 4 points of overness from this feud ending. Rey Mysterio Jr. gained 2 points of overness from this feud ending. The WCW Cruiserweight title has gained in image.

75%
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We see Bret Hart arriving backstage.

77%
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Raven vs Terry Funk vs Sabu.

Match Background: This will be a hardcore bout. This match is for the WCW Hardcore TV title. Raven has been WCW Hardcore TV champion since 01 April 2004.

The Match: Raven slams Terry Funk. Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Raven ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Terry Funk is able to duck a clothesline attempt and connect with a counter clothesline. Terry Funk uses a big bag of popcorn to floor Raven. I wonder if butter adds impact. Spinebuster by Sabu. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Fallaway slam by Raven puts down Sabu. Sabu counters a backdrop attempt with a kick to the face and hit a clothesline! Funker \ Sabu whip Raven into the corner. Terry Funk whips Sabu in for a hard clothesline to follow-up. Terry Funk scores with a standing spinebuster. Sabu uses a big bag of popcorn to floor Funker. I wonder if butter adds impact. Terry Funk fights out of a grapple. Rude Awakening neckbreaker on Raven by Funker. Remember when that was a legit finish? Terry Funk floors Raven. Here it comes...Spinning Toe Hold! Raven taps!

My Opinion: These guys worked SO HARD...for a ** rating. Something went wrong somewhere, didn't it?

Road Agent:
The WCW Hardcore TV title has gained in image. Sabu is losing overness because of his weak gimmick.

72%
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Razor Ramon vs Booker T.

Match Background: This is a continuation of the Razor vs Booker feud. This match is for the WCW United States title. Booker T has been WCW United States champion since 25 March 2004.

The Match: Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Razor Ramon ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Razor Ramon gets taken down out of nowhere! Booker slams Razor Ramon. Razor Ramon charges, Booker moves, and the referee is knocked silly! Death valley driver (not to be confused with the DVD 500) by Booker T connects and Razor Ramon is down! Hooks the leg, but the referee is still out! Razor reverses a Booker T hammerlock. Bodyslam by Razor. Full nelson slam on Booker. Hooks the leg for a two count. Razor Ramon scores with a standing spinebuster. Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Booker T reverses a hip toss. Spear by Booker T. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Razor blocks the suplex attempt and is able to hit the suplex instead! Razor Ramon gets whipped into the corner. Booker charges in, but into a pair of raised boots. Razor uses a roll up, with feet on the second rope! The referee hasn't seen it: 1....2....3!! Razor Ramon goes into the crowd, where he celebrates his victory

My Opinion: I'll give it a *1\2 rating. Consider getting more stars to be the adventure of a lifetime. Get started.

Road Agent:
Razor Ramon gained 2 points of overness from this match. Razor Ramon gained 2 points of overness from this feud ending. Booker T lost 2 points of overness from this feud ending. The WCW United States title has gained in image.

73%
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Undertaker vs Triple H.

Match Background: This will be a special guest referee bout. Bret Hart will be the referee for this match. HHH and Undertaker have been feuding recently. Undertaker has yet to get an in-ring victory in this feud. This match is for the WCW World Heavyweight title.

The Match: HHH is a glutton for punishment and just continues to take it during this match. HHH backdrops Undertaker out of a piledriver attempt. That took a lot out of Triple H. HHH hits a right hand. The referee bumps after catching a wild right hand and is down. Brutal sit out powerbomb on Undertaker! Hooks the leg, but the referee is still out! Undertaker counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. BIG clothesline on HHH. Spinebuster by Undertaker. Covers for a quick two count. Death valley driver (not to be confused with the DVD 500) by Undertaker connects and Triple H is down! Pin, but HHH is out just before the three count. Triple H powers out of a Undertaker headlock. Full nelson slam on Undertaker. Pin, but Undertaker is out just before the three count. Undertaker kicks Triple H in the gut to reverse the momentum. Triple H is in control. Bret Hart comes up behind...low blow! HHH collapses to the floor. Undertaker takes the advantage. Triple H is in trouble. Tombstone Piledriver! 1....2....3. Bret Hart attacks HHH. Bret Hart has Triple H down on the canvas. Sharpshooter!!! Triple H goes limp! Bret Hart leaves HHH on the mat.

My Opinion: I'm capable of giving out high star ratings...but only for matches that really deserve it. This one didn't. **1/4.

Road Agent:
Triple H gained 2 points of overness from this feud ending. Undertaker gained 6 points of overness from this feud ending. The WCW World Heavyweight title has gained in image.

89%
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Sting is backstage. I'm actually looking forward to this and you should too! He was on Hype Central (HYPE CENTRAL!!!) tonight, this time for a match with Ric Flair. Can you believe that I just marked out for Lance Wright? How many people even remember that guy?

89%
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Ric Flair vs Sting.

Match Background: This will be a submission bout. Flair and Sting have been feuding for quite some time now. Neither has managed to get an in-ring victory in this feud.

The Match: Nice piledriver on Flair. Ric Flair powers out of a Sting headlock. Sting receives some punishment by Ric Flair but with that horrid offense, we're the only ones truly being punished. Sting takes a vertical suplex, but pops right back up. Ric Flair with a badly-executed spinning neckbreaker on Sting. One more performed that badly and this match will end on a bad note, if you get my drift. Sting ducks a wild right hand. Sting hits a bulldog off the ropes. Sting scores with a standing spinebuster. BIG clothesline on Flair. Ric Flair comes up with a right hand out of nowhere. Ric Flair hits a right hand on Sting. Sloppy discus punch from Ric Flair barely connects on Sting. Triple H comes running down the aisle with a chair! Flair goes to irish whip Sting into the ropes. HHH hits Sting with a chair to the back! Ric Flair has Sting down...and locks in the Figure Four Leglock for the submission victory! Sting offers a handshake to Flair...and he accepts it! No! Ric Flair levels Sting with a cheap shot right hand! Ric Flair drops Sting to the canvas. Ric Flair quickly locks on the Figure Four Leglock! Sting has been floored after the match.

My Opinion: Not good enough to earn an entire star. 3/4* for you.

Road Agent:
Ric Flair was sluggish and didn't put much effort in. Sting gained 3 points of overness from this feud ending.

82%
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Overall: 81%, better than most of my Nitro's, but it lost to Wrestlemania

PPV Stats: We got a 1.77 buy rate for 'Spring Stampede'!
The attendance was 20480 people.
We made $4425000 from pay-per-view revenue.
We made $1228800 from ticket sales.

The Forgotten One
03-14-2004, 01:15 AM
This game is cool, but I hate it when the writing staff tells me that so-and-so's gimmick isn't working.

If they're not an asset to the company I'll just fire them.

#1-wwf-fan
03-14-2004, 02:32 AM
I'm playing EWR and my public image is dropping like crazy because I don't have as many big stars as WWE.

Also, I got one of my workers' overness to 100 but his gimmick hasn't turned unique. Anyone know why this would happen?

The Mackem
03-14-2004, 06:54 AM
I didn't know that that actually happened. But to be honest I've never played past a few months :(

Paul Heyman
03-14-2004, 09:20 AM
I'm playing EWR and my public image is dropping like crazy because I don't have as many big stars as WWE.

Also, I got one of my workers' overness to 100 but his gimmick hasn't turned unique. Anyone know why this would happen?

Its not getting them to 100 over that turns them unique, you have to get them to be in a 100% rated Segment.

#1-wwf-fan
03-15-2004, 06:18 AM
Damn. His charisma is 90. What's the best way to get a 100% segment out of him?

The Mackem
03-15-2004, 07:38 AM
Put him in a segment with Hulk Hogan?

The Forgotten One
03-16-2004, 08:48 AM
I got the 1998 scenario from www.ewadditions.com and on the second day the WWF fired the Hardy Boys and Edge and Chrisian, so I signed them right away.

Then I picked up AJ Styles, Charlie Hass, Christopher Daniels, EZ Money, Jamie Noble, Jerry Lynn, Kid Kash, Kurt Angle, Rhino, RVD (open contract), Russ Hass, Shane Helms, and Tajiri (also open contract). Plus I fired alot of shitty workers.

So I gotta pretty good CW division. Everybody I signed to a written contract, besides Angle, are down in the developmental territory.

Got any good name ideas for the developmental territory? Right now i'm goin' with Georgia Championship Wrestling since WCW is based in Atlanta. Thought it would be logical.

The Mackem
03-16-2004, 08:49 AM
I haven't downloaded the scenario yet, does it change all the files or what?

The Forgotten One
03-16-2004, 09:24 AM
Yea.

What I did was I just copied the ewr folder, took out the original files and put in the one's I downloaded.

The Mackem
03-16-2004, 09:53 AM
Sounds like a plan.

Mike the Metal Ed
03-16-2004, 10:02 AM
The 1998 scenario is actually 1997, if you play it as the WWF or WCW, I strongly suggest going on a little shopping spree at ECW.

Also the WWF have some kickass talent in development.

The Mackem
03-16-2004, 10:03 AM
I'd rather be ECW :cool:

Tony Montana
03-16-2004, 12:03 PM
Someone give me a link to the latest EWR, I only just realised I still have ewr 3.

The Mackem
03-16-2004, 02:29 PM
http://www.ewaaddittions.com

You'll have to register but it's free and stuff.

Tony Montana
03-16-2004, 02:40 PM
http://www.ewaaddittions.com

You'll have to register but it's free and stuff.

The link doesn't work :wavesad:

The Mackem
03-16-2004, 03:51 PM
oops

www.ewadditions.com

Tony Montana
03-16-2004, 05:17 PM
Dammit, I registered but my account doesn't work even though I got the confirmation email :(

The Mackem
03-16-2004, 05:22 PM
it acts a bit dodgy at first, it did for me anyway.

The Forgotten One
03-17-2004, 07:18 PM
Got any good name ideas for a developmental territory? Right now i'm goin' with Georgia Championship Wrestling since WCW was based in Atlanta. Thought it would be logical.

The Mackem
03-17-2004, 07:20 PM
Mackem Style Wrestling :cool:

The Forgotten One
03-17-2004, 11:36 PM
Nice, but no.

The Mackem
03-18-2004, 06:58 AM
:mad:

Name it after your head booker or something.

I've started a game with ECW on the scenario, haven't played passed the first day yet.

Paul Heyman
03-19-2004, 10:09 PM
Damn. His charisma is 90. What's the best way to get a 100% segment out of him?

I find putting them in an interview, targeting a hugely over wrestler, hyping up a match later in the show, works quite often for me, or, involve them in a pretty major angle with sum1 of high draw

#1-wwf-fan
03-20-2004, 03:00 AM
It worked. I just changed Shark Boy's name to "Titan", made him into a main eventer and my biggest draw, and got his gimmick to turn unique. Praise me!!! *End exxagerated excitement*

Tony Montana
03-20-2004, 03:22 AM
OK Mackem, I just got a new email address so I am gonna re-register to that site :)

Tony Montana
03-20-2004, 03:28 AM
For F*ck Sake, it still won't work

Tony Montana
03-20-2004, 03:46 AM
I finally managed to download EWR4.2, and now I am just getting some pics and stuff :)

The Mackem
03-20-2004, 07:49 AM
hurrah!

The Mackem
03-20-2004, 05:28 PM
OK so I've started the scenario with WWF, released a few people but not too many because my money went down. I raided ECW mainly because if I didn't I'm sure WCW would, so I've turned the ECW guys that were over enough to be lower midcarders or above heels put them in an ECW stable and put others in the development camp.

I'll post the roster next.

The Mackem
03-20-2004, 05:41 PM
<b>Main Eventers</b>

Bret Hart
Shawn Michaels
Sycho Sid (sid needs a manager)
The Undertaker

<b>Upper Midcard</b>

British Bulldog
Mankind
Owen Hart
Steve Austin
Vader

<b>Midcard</b>

Ahmed Johnson (I'll get rid of him when i can)
Brian Pillman
Farooq
Goldust
Hunter Hearst Helmsley
Jake Roberts
Jerry Lawler
Ken Shmarock (D)
Marc Mero
Raven (D)
Rocky Miaivia
Sabu (D)
The Executioner
The Sandman (D)
Tommy Dreamer (D)

<b>Lower Midcard</b>

Bart Gunn
Billy Gunn
Bob Holly
Buh Buh Ray Dudley
Crush
Diesel
Doug Furnas
D-Von Dudley
Flash Funk
Jesse James Armstrong
Justin Hawk Bradshaw
Leif Cassidy
Marty Jannety
Phil La Fon
Razor Ramon
Rhino (D)
Rob Van Dam (D)
Salvatore Sincere
Savio Vega
Tazz
The Sultan

<b>Openers</b>

Aldo Montoya
JC Ice
Wolfie D

<b>Managers (full of a load of people I want to get rid of)</b>

Bob Backlung
Chyna
Clearance Mason
Harvey Wippleman
Hillbilly Jim
James E Cornette
Joel Gertner (D)
Marlena
Paul Bearer
Paul Heyman (D)
Sable
Shane McMahon
Stephanie McMahon
Sunny
Vince McMahon

The development is full of a load of people who are wrestling today like the Hardyz, Christian, Test, D Lo Brown plus a few I hired like AJ Styles, Low Ki, Daniels, Jamie Knoble, Kurt Angle, Kid kash etc

Gorilla Monsoon is a non wrestler

D = Yet to debut

The Mackem
03-20-2004, 05:46 PM
<b>Champions</b>

WWF - Michaels

Intercontinental - Hunter Hearst Helmsley

Tag team - Bulldog & Owen Hart

<b>Stables</b>

<u>Camp Cornette</u>
(L)Jimmy Cornette
Bulldog
Owen Hart
Vader

<u>ECW</u>
(L)Paul Heyman
Buh Buh Ray Dudley
D-Von Dudley
Raven
Rob van Damn
Sabu
Taz
The Sandman
Tommy Dreamer

<u>Nation of Domination</u>
(L) Farooq
Clearance Mason
Crush
JC Ice
Savio Vega
Wolfie D
(D Lo Brown is in but he's in development atm)

All the stables are heel, I dunno what I'm going to do with them, might make up a few face groups hmm

The Mackem
03-20-2004, 07:25 PM
Hmm I'll post my first Raw what with it being the first main thing I've done seeing as Shotgun and Superstars don't really count.

The Mackem
03-20-2004, 07:33 PM
Bret Hart is in the ring, when suddenly 9 people rush the ring and beat him down. Paul Heyman seems to be the leader of the group, calling the shots. He takes the microphone and announces that they are called ECW, before leading the group away.

93%

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The Can-Am Express vs Diesel and Razor Ramon vs The New Rockers

Vertical suplex by Leif Cassidy. Back suplex on LaFon. Tag to Marty Jannetty. LaFon walks into a spinning heel kick. Back heel kick from Jannetty. Tag between Marty Jannetty and Leif Cassidy. Leif Cassidy scoops up LaFon. Jannetty bounces off the ropes and hits a flying Hart Attack clothesline. Pin : 1....2....kick out! A split-second away from a three. Tag between Phil LaFon and Doug Furnas. Back elbow connects, Cassidy staggers backward. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Tag to Diesel. Furnas receives some punishment. Tag to Marty Jannetty. Full nelson slam! Tag between Diesel and Razor Ramon. Short powerbomb by Ramon. Pin : 1....2....no! They cut that one close. Tag to Doug Furnas. Ramon walks into a spike slam. Cover! 1....2...kick out. Ramon tags out to Diesel. Side suplex from Diesel. Doug Furnas can barely stand. Jackknife Powerbomb!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!!

69%

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Rocky Miavia vs The Executioner

Rocky Miavia uses a forearm to the face. Executionr counters an avalanche with a raised foot to the face. The Executioner uses a forearm to the face. The Executioner misses a clothesline...and takes out the referee by mistake. Spear! Miavia is down and hurt. Pinfall attempt, but the referee is out. Miavia counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Fallaway slam by Rocky Miavia. Big piledriver on Executionr. Pin : 1....2..no. The match continues. Rocky Miavia turns Executionr inside-out with a clothesline. Cover! 1....2....kick out at the last second! Miavia looks shocked. Executionr ducks a wild right hand. Miavia walks into a spike slam. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up! That was close. The Executioner gets taken down out of nowhere. Miavia scores with a forearm, sending Executionr down into the corner. The referee pulls Rocky Miavia away to get the break. Wait! Executionr has pulled something out of his tights. Rocky Miavia walks over...and gets floored by a punch! No, the referee saw the brass knuckles! We have DQ decision!

Rating 75%
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Ahmed Johnson vs Crush and Savio Vega

Vega bodyslams Ahmed Johnson. Big backdrop on Ahmed, executed well. Crush \ Vega whip Ahmed into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Massive lariat. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up! That was close. Vega \ Crush whip Ahmed into the corner. Savio Vega whips Crush in for a hard clothesline to follow-up. Vega ducks a wild right hand. Powerslam from Ahmed Johnson. Pin : 1....2....kick out! A split-second away from a three. Vega reverses a waistlock. Back elbow connects, Ahmed staggers backward. Vega \ Crush whip Ahmed into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. Pin : 1....2..no. The match continues. Ahmed counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Tornado punch from Ahmed Johnson. Faarooq comes running down the aisle and into the ring! Crush turns around. Faarooq spins Crush around. Faarooq hits the Dominator! Faarooq leaves the ring, the damage done! Hooks the leg : 1....2....3! Ahmed Johnson pins Crush.

65%
(Crush lost overness and Faarooq needs a gimmick change :( )
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Hunter Hearst Helmsley is backstage. He continued the feud by ripping into Goldust.

Rating 73%

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-- WWF Intercontinental Title Match!
Goldust vs Hunter Hearst Helmsley

Fallaway slam by Goldust. Goldust DDTs Helmsley. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Hunter Hearst Helmsley elbows Goldust in the face to break a hammerlock. Helmsley hits a right hand. Hunter Hearst Helmsley with a spinning neckbreaker on Goldust. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Side suplex from Helmsley. Cover! 1....2....kick out at the last second! Helmsley looks shocked. Rude Awakening on Goldust by Helmsley. Goldust counters a sleeper hold by turning it into a jaw breaker. Helmsley walks into a spike slam. Cover! 1....2...kick out. Tornado punch from Goldust. Cover! 1....2....kick out at the last second! Goldust looks shocked. Goldust with a spinning neckbreaker on Helmsley. Stiff chop lights up Helmsley. Helmsley blocks a punch. Back elbow connects, Goldust staggers backward. Helmsley DDTs Goldust. Hunter Hearst Helmsley gets whipped into the corner. Goldust charges in, but into a pair of raised boots. Helmsley uses a roll up, with feet on the second rope! The referee hasn't seen it: 1....2....3!! I don't think the fight has finished. Goldust and Helmsley have begun brawling again! They wind up brawling all the way down the aisle and out of view.

83%

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Marc Mero vs Steve Austin

Flying shoulder tackle by Mero sends Stone Cold to the mat. Marc Mero hits a bulldog off the ropes. Pin : 1....2..no. The match continues. Stone Cold slips out the back of a Marc Mero bodyslam. Mero gets slammed. Rude Awakening on Marc Mero by Stone Cold. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Steve Austin with a standing spinebuster. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up! That was close. Rude Awakening on Marc Mero by Stone Cold. Mero slips out the back of a Steve Austin bodyslam. Flying elbow off the top rope by Marc Mero. Pin : 1....2..no. The match continues. Tornado punch from Marc Mero. Pin : 1....2....no! Shoulder up at the last second. Big clothesline on Stone Cold. Spinning back kick from Marc Mero. Steve Austin elbows Marc Mero in the face to break a hammerlock. Fallaway slam by Steve Austin. Death valley driver by Steve Austin. Marc Mero is in trouble. Stone Cold Stunner! 1....2....3. Steve Austin slides to the outside and grabs a chair, then climbs back into the ring. Mero turns around...and gets planted with a huge chair shot to the head! He is left down and out on the canvas.

76%

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Paul Bearer comes down to the ring and takes a microphone. He announces that he has made a big new signing, and that his new client is Sycho Sid. Out comes Sycho Sid, and he shakes hands with his new manager, signaling their alliance.

80% (Sid needed a manager really and Paul bearer was the best I had for a main eventer)

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-- WWF Tag Team Title Match!
Bret Hart and The Undertaker vs Bulldog and Owen

Bulldog slams The Undertaker down. Full nelson slam! Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Tag between British Bulldog and Owen Hart. Bulldog and Owen whip Undertaker into the ropes and hit a double clothesline. Hart hits a dropkick on The Undertaker. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Dropkick connects, Undertaker goes down. Hart drops an elbow...but misses. The Undertaker with a standing spinebuster. Tag to Bret Hart. Hart tastes a high angle back suplex. Bret Hart scores with a face jam. Hart counters a sleeper hold by turning it into a jaw breaker. Tag to British Bulldog. Massive backbreaker, The Hitman got planted. Bulldog DDTs Bret Hart. Pin : 1....2....no! They cut that one close. British Bulldog hits some punches. The Hitman kicks British Bulldog in the gut to reverse the momentum. Short range spear from Bret Hart. As Undertaker and Bulldog get into a brawl on the outside, Buh Buh Ray Dudley comes running down into the ring! Bret Hart gets grabbed, and they start brawling. Bulldog takes some shots at The Hitman as well. The referee, seeing the chaos, calls for a no contest ruling. We have three sets of grapplers in the ring, as The Hitman \ Undertaker, Bulldog and Owen and The Dudley Boyz look at each other. Before the inevitable brawl erupts, a host of referees hit the ring to keep them apart.

87%

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Shawn Michaels is backstage. He was out there to hype a match against Sycho Sid.

94%

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-- WWF World Title Match!
Shawn Michaels vs Sycho Sid

Sid walks into a high dropkick from Shawn Michaels. Shawn Michaels strikes Sid. Flying elbow from Shawn Michaels. Hard back suplex on Sid. Sid reverses a waistlock. Sycho Sid hits a right hand on Shawn Michaels. Sycho Sid DDTs HBK. Hooks the leg : 1....2....shoulder up. Shawn Michaels fights out of a grapple. Spinning bulldog in the corner, Sid is down. Pin : 1....2..no. The match continues. Belly to belly off the top rope, Sid may be dead! Pin : 1....2....no! Shoulder up at the last second. HBK drops an elbow...but misses. Weak headbutt on HBK by Sid. Sycho Sid misses a big legdrop. Driven DDT by Shawn Michaels. The Sandman just slid into the ring out of nowhere! Shawn Michaels gets grabbed, and they start brawling. Sid takes some shots at HBK as well. The referee, seeing the chaos, calls for a no contest ruling. The Sandman has a chair. HBK turns and takes a brutal shot to the head. Sid is next to take a hard shot. Sandman has demolished everyone!

80%

Overall Raw rating: 79%

Nitro done better in the ratings but they'll get theirs soon! :mad:

Conspiracy Victim Vito
03-20-2004, 10:24 PM
<font color=goldenrod>Well, I’ve decided to start up a new game in TNM7. However, at the moment I’m extremely bored, and I want to be able to explain why my entire roster is based in their prime, so I’ve written a very crappy and useless story, feel free to skip unless you want a good laugh (from the sheer idiocy of the entire thing).

<I>The day is March 20, 2004. Mick Foley is with his 10-year old son Dewey at the National Museum of Time and Space.</I>

Tour Guide: And to your left, you will see the world’s first ever time machine.

<I>The crowd all take snapshots and gawk in amazement, well, all except for Mick.</I>

Dewey: Wow, I can’t wait to get home and tell mom that we saw the first ever time machine!

Mick: Son, that machine is a load of crap.

Dewey: No it isn’t! They wouldn’t put it on display if it wasn’t real.

Mick: Just listen to me, there is no way that a simple machine could transport someone or something through various stages of time. I know these things, there’s just no way.

Dewey: I don’t believe that. If you want me to believe you, you’re gonna have to prove it.

<I>The tour group walks off as Mick and Dewey stay behind, still standing in front of the time machine…</I>

Mick: What do you think I’m nuts? The only way in there is to break through the glass… the glass that’s multi-layered.

Dewey: But you’ve always used to do stuff with glass, even stuff more hardcore than that. I remember you getting Pedigreed onto tacks by Triple H! You’d always be beating on random jobbers, and you’d be making the marks and smarks alike happy! You’re what got me into wrestling, especially brawling and hardcore wrestling!

Mick: Jobbers? Marks? Smarks? What website have you been going to?

Dewey: TPWW.net, but I got banned because I was insulting some of the boards’ favorite wrestlers.

Mick: You were?

Dewey: Yeah, they thought that I was a troll for not agreeing with their opinions, I’d always get stuff like, “Dark_Kane must die”, “Screw you, Dark_Kane”, and “Mods, please ban Dark_Kane”. I’ve given up on the Internet. All they do there is complain anyways, plus they are always giving out rumors.

Mick: I dunno, I like the Internet. It allows me to find out what people think of my work.

<I>Suddenly, Brock Lesnar rushes in, looking very much pissed off.</I>

Mick: Hey Brock, what are you doing here? And how’s the NFL going? I read online that you were gonna try to sign with a major team.

Brock: Internet…….must………DIE!!!!!!!

<I>Brock then picks up Foley and delivers an F-5 clear through the glass, he then walks off in a random direction.</I>

People that happened to be watching: E-C-DUB! E-C-DUB! E-C-DUB!

<I>Mick no-sells the F-5 (the sick bastard) and stands up</I>

Dewey: Hey, now that the glass is broken, I can prove that the time machine is real, try it out!

Mick: But that would be…

Dewey (whiny kid voice): PLEEEEEEEEASE….

Mick: Oh fine.

<I>Mick, not having a clue in hell how to work the thing, simply flicks the “ON” switch and goes into the machine.</I>

-Insert Random Sound Effects Here-

<I>Mick suddenly finds himself in front of Titan Towers in Stamford, Connecticut. Except, there’s no WWE logo anywhere, and the place looks to be deserted. Mick goes in, and surely enough, the place looks run down.</I>

Mick: What the hell happened?

<I>Mick boots up a nearby computer and visits a bunch of random wrestling websites. He learns that he is currently at December 31, 2004. Also, he learned that from the time he had skipped in the time machine, an indy worker named J-Busta had been signed and was making a name for himself, Big Show retired to the happiness of many, Brock actually made it to the NFL, and Chris Jericho eventually got a large run as WWE Champion. Also by this point, smarks made up 100% of wrestling fans, and all of them were happy with the product. But then, Triple H won the title and a rumor started up online that he would be holding the belt for an entire year. This caused every wrestling fan to give up on wrestling, even fans of non-WWE promotions, causing all wrestling organizations to go into bankruptcy. Basically, wrestling was dead.</I>

Mick: Oh my God…..no.

<I>Mick slammed his head down on the table, on the verge of tears knowing that his entire profession was dead. Then suddenly, he heard footsteps. He looked behind him, and saw a man dressed in an Undertaker-esque black cloak entering the former office of Vince McMahon. Mick, being the inquisitive guy that he is, decided to go to the office and check. He went into the office.</I>

Cloaked Figure (in very deep scary voice): Who goes there?

Mick: It’s just me, Mick Foley.

Cloaked Figure: *gasp* Mick, I need to talk to you.

Mick: OK, shoot.

Cloaked Figure: Where were you these past 9 months?

Mick: Traveling through time.

Cloaked Figure: Oh, your family have been worried. But not to worry, they will be notified that you are fine. But business is business, Mick, we need to get wrestling back on the market.

Mick: I’ve read online that all of the promotions are bankrupt, the networks won’t accept the WWE back.

Cloaked Figure: This is true. However, I have noticed your time machine outside. Mick, we should use that, and we can get ANY wrestler we want to be in their primes, even those that have passed on.

Mick: But even with this, I doubt that the networks will want to bring wrestling back, and I doubt that they’ll believe that we have a time machine.

Cloaked Figure: Not to worry, I have made an offer with the FOX Network, and they are willing to give wrestling a shot. And Mick, I want YOU to be in charge of operations. However, there is a catch. Tomorrow is Saturday, January 1, 2005. FOX is planning on having a show booked and ready for tomorrow. If they think that it is good, they will give us a weekly show on Saturday nights. Do you think you can handle it?

Mick: I….I guess I’ll try. I’d better get going now though…

<I>Mick begins walking towards the exit. The cloaked figure begins talking to him again just as Mick walks outside the door to the room.</I>

Cloaked Figure: Oh yes, and feel free to use any WWE, WCW, or ECW trademarks that you wish, I would do this all myself, but it was my fault wrestling died to begin with, this promotion’s success is up to you.

<I>Mick’s jaw then drops in shock</I>

Mick: Wait, does this mean that…

Cloaked Figure: Yes, yes it does…<I>The figure then pulls of the hood of his cloak and spins around, revealing a familiar face</I> I’M VINCE MCMAHON DAM…

<I>Mick shuts the door and quickly walks off to get to work…</I>

Well, that pretty much explains the basis of my fed. Yes, I know that that was completely dumb, but then, I was bored.

I’ll post new stuff about the fed tomorrow.</font>

The Forgotten One
03-21-2004, 07:44 AM
Main Eventers

Big Show (changed his name from The Giant)
Hollywood Hogan
Lex Lugar
Randy Savage(would get rid of him but he makes alot of money with merchandise)
Ric Flair
Rowdy Roddy Piper
Sting

Upper Midcarders

Arn Anderson
Kevin Nash
Rick Steiner
Scott Hall
Scott Steiner

Midcarders

Booker T
Chris Benoit
Chris Jericho
DDP
Eddie Guerrero
Jeff Jarrett
Konnan
Kurt Angle
Rob Van Dam
Syxx
William Regal

Lower Midcarders

Buff Bagwell
Chavo Guerrero
Dean Malenko
Disco Inferno
Madusa
Masahiro Chono
Scott Norton
Stevie Ray
Ultimo Dragon

Openers

Billy Kidman
Hugh Morrus
Juventud Guerrera
La Parka
Psicosis
Rey Mistero Jr.
Super Calo
The Barbarian
Yoshihiro Tajiri

Managers

Eric Bischoff
Kimberly
Sister Sherri
Sonny Oono
Ted DiBiase
Woman

Non-Wrestlers

Larry Zybysko

GCW

Ace Darling
AJ Styles
Buh Buh Ray Dudley
Charlie Hass
Christian
Christopher Daniels
David Flair
Devon Storm
D-Von Dudley
Edge
EZ Money
Jamie Noble
Jeff Hardy
Jerry Lynn
Jim Powers
Joe E. Legend
Joe Gomez
Kid Kash
Lance Storm
Matt Hardy
Prince Iaukea
Rhino
Russ Hass
Shane Helms
Spike Dudley


Champions

WCW World: Hollywood Hogan
WCW US: Eddie Guerrero
WCW TV: William Regal
WCW Tag Team: The Outsiders
WCW CW: Ultimo Dragon

I haven't really gotten too into it yet.
Not enough to make any title changes.

Any firing suggestions?

Other suggestions?

Tony Montana
03-21-2004, 05:21 PM
Hey Mackem change Aldo Montoya to Justin Credible and have him part of ECW

Conspiracy Victim Vito
03-21-2004, 11:07 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I was originally planning on having 50 workers on my roster to kick off the fed (51 counting Foley), but since many wrestlers I've tried signing have turned me down, I will only have 44 (45 counting Foley), which is still good enough to kick off the fed with.

Here's my roster:

<b><u>Faces</u></b>
B. Brian Blair
Bret Hart
Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Chris Benoit
Chris Harris
Eddie Guerrero
James Storm
Jeff Hardy
Jim Brunzell
John Cena
Jushin Liger
Kerry Von Erich
La Parka
Lance Storm
Matt Hardy
Owen Hart
Paul London
Rey Mysterio Jr.
Rob Conway
Shawn Michaels
Taka Michinoku
Triple H


<b><u>Heels</b></u>
AJ Styles
Arn Anderson
Billy Kidman
Charlie Haas
Chris Jericho
Christian
Crowbar
Edge
J-Busta
Jerry Lynn
Kurt Angle
Lizmark Jr.
Mr. Perfect
Raven
Ric Flair
Sean O'Haire
Shane Helms
Shannon Moore
Shelton Benjamin
Simon Diamond
Spanky
Tully Blanchard

<b><u>Neutrals</u></b>
Mick Foley (Owner/Commissioner)

I'll try to get the first show in tomorrow, no guarantees though.</font>

Boondock Saint
03-21-2004, 11:11 PM
Hmm...I have 126 guys on my roster. Too many?

The Forgotten One
03-21-2004, 11:17 PM
Get rid of any you don't need.