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Unread 03-04-2017, 09:32 PM
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Unread 03-08-2017, 03:16 AM
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I dove in headfirst into the 1994 Real World Mod, and boy has it been an interesting ride as Vince McMahon, trying to avoid the nonsense that was the 2-3 years before the Attitude Era began. Lots of signings, lots of pushing aside lackluster talent. Got the roster looking pretty good now, though I’m currently losing the national war to WCW every month cause of their current star power.

Anywho, here is the first major PPV from my ‘94 game. As you can see quickly, this isn’t the WWF ’94 that you remember! Haha

WWF Summerslam 1994
LIVE on Pay-Per-View!

In Six Man Tag Team Action, Ron Simmons & The American Stallions defeat the Million Dollar Corporation (Bam Bam Bigelow, Irwin R. Schyster, and newest member Savio Vega).

Michael P.S. Hayes defeats The Killer Bee (Brian Blair).

The Steiner Brothers defeat Ray Apollo (Doink The Clown) & Leif Cassidy.

Rick Martel defeats Cactus Jack via a Shady Disqualification.

(With the referee down, manager Brother Love tries to toss in the Arrogance to the Model, but Cactus intercepts it and clocks Martel. Unfortunately for Cactus, the referee sees him do it!)

In the Finals of the 16 Man Intercontinental Championship Tournament, Jacques Rougeau defeats Bob Backlund to become a 2-Time IC Champ. Ted Dibiase causes a distraction to help Jacques, then later reveals Jacques has signed with the Million Dollar Corporation!

(Diesel was injured, forcing him to vacate the IC Title.)

Razor Ramon defeats The British Bulldog via Blatant Disqualification (Low Blow). A brawl would ensue, thus clearing out backstage to break the rivals apart.

The Miracle Violence Connection (Steve Williams & Terry Gordy) defeat The Headshrinkers to become the NEW WWF Tag Team Champions.

Shawn Michaels defeats Macho Man Randy Savage in MOTN (93). With the referee down, HBK would blind Savage with powder, allowing him to hit the Super Kick for the win.

(Savage refused to re-sign with WWF, seemingly because of his hatred for McMahon. It’s forcing me to cut short this feud, and October’s In Your House will be headlined by a HBK-Macho Man “Loser Leaves WWF” Match.)

The Undertaker defeats Yokozuna via Intentional Count-Out after making his triumphant return at Summerslam. Taker extracts some revenge from the Royal Rumble, but Yokozuna bails on the match, clearly overwhelmed by the return of the Phenom.

In the Main Event for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship, champion Bret “Hitman” Hart defeats challenger “The Rocket” Owen Hart in a Submission Match. In a battle of Sharpshooter versus Sharpshooter, The Hitman would come out victorious and stand tall as the #1 Guy in the World Wrestling Federation.
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Unread 03-08-2017, 07:50 AM
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It's the end of Summer 2001 and the WWF has found a new enemy and declared war... on a tiny Japanese indy.

As for what's going on in my company, I'm starting to get the feeling that giving megapushes to a bunch of freelancers probably wasn't the best idea.
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Unread 03-08-2017, 08:08 AM
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Some quick hits of my current day WWE game using Fleisch's RWC data for February 2017:

-Ran Elimination Chamber with the card that ran in real life just about intact, but took a few liberties with the booking. Alexa Bliss retained the SD Women's Title, and Naomi didn't get injured. I'm thinking of saving Naomi's big title win for WM in Orlando.

-Ran the Elimination Chamber match, and it just about played out the eliminations in the same order as in real life, though I did have to switch Miz & Ambrose's elimination order when reading then editing the match recap. Bray Wyatt is your new WWE Champion.

-Kevin Owens obliterated Chris Jericho during the Festival of Friendship, which I actually had close out Raw. I thought the segment would be more effective that way.

-Instead of having Bayley win the Raw Women's Title from Charlotte, she earned a chance at a rematch at Fast Lane in a tag match pitting her and Sasha against Charlotte and Dana Brooke.

-Just signed Kurt Angle and will pair him up with American Alpha as their wrestling coach, along with inducting him into the WWE HOF. Speaking of the SD Tag Team Champions, instead of a big multi-team match at EC, they defended the titles against the Vaudevillains. Now they're in a brief min-feud w/Breezango, who upset them in a non-title match. The next SD will feature Alpha putting the belts on the line against Breezango, with the Usos having issued an open challenge to whoever wins, but they have made it known they're rooting for Alpha because they want to put them out of wrestling for good.

-And after seeing that there was neutral chemistry, I signed Melina and she will be managing the Ascension as I attempt to rehab their image. Starting off slow w/video vignettes. I may not even put them in the Andre Battle Royal. Instead, have them return the night after WM (which I plan on having be a draft show).

-I've made a number of signings, but I'm going to keep mum on those for now because a few have some major implications on the big storylines.
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Unread 03-08-2017, 09:44 AM
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Great Mania! Id love to see Rock, Triple.H and Austin in a triple threat at Mania, the 3 of them with the history they all had between each other and get that match we never got at Survivor Series '99
What a way to send off the Attitude Era
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Unread 03-08-2017, 11:19 AM
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Just downloaded the "New Blood - WCW Lives" mod, and started a save with WCW. This is going to be tough. I've made contract offers to John Cena, CM Punk, Colt Cabana, Monty Brown, Samoa Joe, Paul London and Ken Anderson (all Development offers), Christopher Daniels and Rob Van Dam (both offers to join the main roster immediately). I've re-arranged all the feuds (minus DDP/Nash vs O'Haire/Palumbo). My long term goal is to fade out the old washed up stars and introduce the younger exciting ones... Gonna take some years, but here we go!
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Unread 03-08-2017, 12:15 PM
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Approaching the end of April 2018 in my game with 21CW. After starting the game diving into a financial hole in 2016 and falling to Cult size, I climbed back out and now am International size and am the most influential and highest rated promotion in the world.

I purchased up and closed down Golden Canvas Grappling for about 3 million and absorbed their popularity, as well as signed SUKI, Hiroyasu Gakusha, Motoyuki Miyake, Hugh de Aske, and Shimpei Hirose on board as wrestlers and Hito Ichihara as a road agent. SUKI, de Aske, and Ichihara are all quickly becoming integral parts of the promotion.

As far as the main game goes, I have 3 television shows: 21CW Best of British Wrestling which is a 2 hour program shown internationally live on Thursdays, 21CW Confrontation which is a 2 hour program shown internationally live on Mondays, and 21CW Showcase which is a 1 hour B-show program shown internationally live on Tuesdays. Tommy Cornell is my figurehead and has been the top babyface of the promotion for about a year and a half.

I just finished 21CW Wicked with the following results:
21CW World Championship: Viktor Beskov def. Leigh Burton (c) [94]
2 out of 3 Falls: Tommy Cornell def. Dark Angel [91]
To Crown the First Ever 21CW Women's Champion: Nadia Snow def. Thea Davis, Steph Blake, Melody, Zofia Jankovic, and Aguila Azul Celeste [48]
21CW Cruiserweight Championship: Apollo Prince (c) def. JOJI [78]
Sifu def. Ricky Storm [91]
Lance Martin def. Luke Cool [86]
21CW Tag Team Championship: The Ivanoff Brothers def. Future X (c)
Steel Cage Match: War Machine def. Daniel Black Francis [81]
Mark Misery, Adam Matravers, and Sebastian Koller def. Jonathan Faust, Kevin Jones, and Alton Vicious [84]

Overall Show Rating: 93

21CW World Champion: Viktor Beskov (began April 2018)
21CW United Kingdom Champion: Wade Orson (began March 2018, 4th reign)
21CW Tag Team Champions: The Ivanoff Brothers (began April 2018, 6th reign)
21CW Cruiserweight Champion: Apollo Prince (since January 2018, 2nd reign)
21CW Women's Champion: Nadia Snow (since April 2018)

Oh, have a Viktor Beskov alt to celebrate.
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Unread 03-08-2017, 10:19 PM
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6 Months into my 2001 Game: Created a Regional Company:

Wrestlers With Attitude (WWA) Presents:* WWA: All Falls Down*
- When the Company first opened up, the roster was filled with seemingly future stars as The Prototype, CM Punk, Christopher Daniels, and Bobby Roode. After the first month of weekly shows it was obvious that this company needed star power. The wave of already known indy wrestlers started coming in for the A-Hole Championship Belt.

- One of those Wrestlers was Freelancer Steve Corino, who won an open challenge from the American Dragon on his first night, and beat the inaugural Asshole Champion, The Prototype, on his second night.

- Kenny Omega and his Tag Team Partner, Drew Galloway, have run through the Roster's makeshift Tag teams holding onto the Double Whammy Championship Belts.

- Steve Corino declared he would not stay with the company after his three months he initially signed. WWA decided to bring in the ECW legend, Rob Van Dam, into the mix. RVD took the roster by storm and won a 4 Way ladder match featuring 4 World Champions for two titles. (RVD Was a champion in another company, Steve Corino was our Champ, Tiger Mask IV was my Alliance Champion, and NOSAWA was Champion of DDT: Got those guys on Alliance Loan and Borrowed NOSAWA).

This Brings me to my latest Event.
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Steve Corino: Ladder Match. WWA A-Hole Champ After Rob Van Dam won the title, Corino was placed in another triple threat ladder match with RVD, but with Bryan Danielson in the mix. RVD won that and Corino said one more match. 1 on 1. RVD vs. Corino for the belt.

Unholy Alliance (c) vs. The Main Event: Falls Count Anywhere WWA Double Whammy Championship: The Unholy Alliance, Kenny Omega and Drew Galloway have ran through WWA's roster. But another team has been following in their footsteps. Brought together by their manager, Angel Love (Angelina Love), Mike Knox and Travis Tomko have beaten every tag team that Omega and Galloway has faced as well. Will the power beat the finesse of the Unholy Alliance?

The Prototype vs. Kendell Windham: Weapons Allowed Match: The Prototype (John Cena) has been on a rampage since our first show. He was the first A-Hole Champion, but since the new wave of wrestlers, he has been going further and further down the card. Prototype has looked strong since day one but Windham has had his number. Prototype has had his shoulders on the mat twice in tag matches, both to Windham. This time its one on one.

Bobby Roode (c) vs. Ken Anderson vs. Rocky Romero Rising Asshat Championship: Bobby Roode won the title from Rocky Romero two months ago and defended it two weeks later against Rocky at a live event in Puerto Rico. Rocky eventually won three straight matches to work himself into this triple threat match. Ken Anderson's momentum was in the toilet for some time before he was given time to talk on the microphone. After calling out everybody on the undercard and being the sole survivor twice in WWA's 6 Man Scramble main events. (I hold them every few weeks, do a few 3v3 elimination matches). He has risen up the ranks to deserve a title shot. Roode has been a fighting champion, however, and plans on walking out the champ.

Matt Sydal (c) vs. Spanky vs. Paul London vs. Bryan Danielson: Look at me Now Championship: This is our Cruiserweight championship match. Bryan Danielson has shown hatred towards these flippy assholes running around tainting the word "wrestling." While this title has been handed around the roster, to include The Amazing Red and Sonjay Dutt, who both won the title on a single night appearance. Matt Sydal is in his first reign, but Danielson is looking to take the title and change the rules. Spanky and London have just been putting on matches, the main storyline here is Danielson gunning for the belt, he doesn't care who has it.

Plus: CM Punk announces the future of WWA. Two months ago, during a match with Steve Corino, Punk was sidelined for three months. While he still cant wrestle, Punk has been known to pop in to trash talk some people. Tonight he said he has some news to drop. (Its really just going to be a self promo).
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Unread 03-09-2017, 04:58 AM
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WrestleMania 34 is my next show and here's the early draft of the card and most likely the final draft as well because most of these matches have been planned for months. (obviously not in the order they'll appear in the show though)


Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal


WWE Championship
Kevin Owens (c) vs AJ Styles

WWE Ownership match
Triple H vs Dolph Ziggler
-So basically if Triple H loses, he is no longer the owner of the WWE. He became the owner in last years WrestleMania.

Brock Lesnar vs Goldberg

The Undertaker vs The Rock
-This is an interesting feud because it sees The Undertaker turning heel. The aftermath of this match will be that The Undertaker retires since he actually already did retire. He made a surprising move by becoming a colour commentator so that's how I'm gonna use him. He'll be under his real name as a commentator until next year's WrestleMania where someone (most likely Sting) will provoke him into becoming The Undertaker again.

Chris Jericho vs John Cena

Intercontinental Championship
Baron Corbin (c) vs Kenny Omega

TLC for the Tag Team Championship
Double Dragon (c) vs The Bullet Club (Gallows & Anderson) vs The Revival vs Motor City Machine Guns

Kurt Angle vs Christian
-This match has the both of these guys come out of retirement because their hatred for each other is so huge. Angle has technically already come out of retirement since he appeared in the Royal Rumble match.

Tables match
Bubba Ray vs D-Von Dudley
-This match is happening because I'm adding The Dudley Boyz to the Hall of Fame. The thing is, the team has been broken up for over a year and Bubba Ray does not like the idea of having to share a Hall of Fame spot with a former partner because he's a singles wrestler now.

Women's Championship
Summer Rae (c) vs Brie Bella vs Asuka vs Paige vs Sasha Banks vs Becky Lynch

United States Championship
Finn Bálor (c) vs Hideo Itami
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Unread 03-09-2017, 07:43 AM
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1990 as WWF on the 1987 Mod.

Got my Blockbuster KOTR planned out.

KOTR Final

Randy Savage v Dibiase. - An even contest with Savage fending off IRS and One Man Gang and looking like he going win the final..untill Hogan storms down the ring and argues with Savage, Savage protesting his innocence. Hogan doesn't fully believe him but agree's to talk after the match. Hogan Leaves the ring wishing Savage good luck, Dibiase Takes advantage and locks in the Million Dollar dream,Savage passess out and The Million Dollar Man is the KOTR Winner and faces The Undertaker in a title match next month at Summerslam. Savage is visibly raging and storms to the back.

What will happen with Hogan and Savage?

Can Dibiase overcome the Deadman and Capture his first Heavyweight championship?

Will Piper or Flair have anything for the men that cost them their KOTR matches?


Hulk Hogan v Randy Savage - Plot Point - Start off the match as friends and tag partners but by the end things will look very different for the Mega Powers. Double close line floors both men, Hogan Rises first but gets clocked with Dibiase's Million Dollar title and runs off, Savage see's Hogan down on the floor not realising it was from Dibiase, hits the elbow drop and picking up the win. Shockingly eliminating Hogan. Post match a furious Hogan confronts Savage about possibly being in cahoots with Dibiase. Doesn't give him time to defend himself before Hogan storms off.

Dibiase v Piper - Piper will have the better of Dibiase Untill IRS causes the distraction giving Ted the Win.


Hulk Hogan v Sid Vicious - Good Friend Savage will be at ringside giving Hogan support.

Dibiase v Bulldog

Randy Savage v Steamboat - Good friend Hogan will be ta ringside cheering on his buddy.

Roddy Piper v Ric Flair- Lights go out and when they come back on WWF chmapion Undertaker is standing in front of Flair which gives Piper the time take advantage and get the win.
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Unread 03-09-2017, 08:09 AM
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We are approaching an entire month(March) until UWR, our custom company's, next PPV event, War Games, which in our company is regarded as a highly anticipated event that gives the fans something to look forward.
The title is exactly as you imagine: The main event IS WCW's War Games. I'm debating whether or not I want to change it up a little bit and make it an elimination match instead of a regular 4v4 or 5v5 one-fall.
We also have two brands for our stars(felt it would be the fairest thing to do to give everyone a fair shake) so War Games plays with the idea of the brands going head to head, particularly in the War Games tag match.

Leading up to the event, we'll have qualifying matches for the teams to represent their respective brands, but I already have who I want in the match:

Team Massacre(AJ Styles as the captain): AJ Styles, Brandon Gatson(he's been on an undefeated streak), James Storm, Drew Galloway, Bubba Ray Dudley
Team Thunder(Ryback as the Captain): Ryback(who is also UWR's Revolution Champion(the top title of the brand), Jay and Mark Briscoe(who have actually split as a tag team and have been feuding), Jay Lethal, and we can't have a War Games without a Rhodes, now can we? Cody Rhodes.
Cody approached us with the idea to do the match in honor of his late father.

other matches on the card:
Lashley defends the Universe Championship(we had the Universe Champion long before WWE, that's why theirs is called the UniversAL title haha) so Lashley defends against Adam Cole, who won the #1 contender match at the last PPV.

Tag Team Unification Match: Nick and Matt Jackson represents the Massacre tag team vs. Thunder Team: Brian Cage and Asher Campbell(Jay Bradley with an Ash Evil Dead/Bruce Campbell type of look and gimmick)

Kay Lee Ray(Massacre) vs. Veda Scott(Thunder) non-title match for women's division to see who the best of the champs are.

Davey Richards(International Champ) vs. Prince Puma(TV Champion) another non-title just for bragging rights of who the better midcard champ is.

Colt Cabana vs. Chris Hero

C.K. Riley(Alex Riley) vs. Damien Sandow

Alberto Del Rio vs. Tommy Mercer (these two have been in a rivalry over the last 2 months. ADR got suspended for steroids so has been missing for the last month from TV and Tommy says ADR has been hiding and is scared.

my create-a-wrestler: Joshua Caleb vs. Joe Doering. Joe lost the championship to Ryback and has been the target of Joshua Caleb's taunts ever since.

Also on the card as the kickoff is a 15 man battle royale between workers from both brands who missed out on getting on the main show. I may award the winner with a title opportunity or something to sweeten the deal and give it some stake.
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Unread 03-10-2017, 03:11 AM
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USPW, October 2016:

Born In The USA! has just ended, and we're on our way to Thanksgiving Thunder and the impending brand split.

World champion Steve Frehley saw off the second challenge from Rick Law for his title. Their first match ended in controversy after Danny Jillefski turned heel and cost Law the win. Jillefski's erratic decisions as USPW Commissioner had been called out by Dawn Gemmell, Law's former manager (she resigned that post so Law wouldn't be directly affected by her questioning Jillefski's authority -- how'd that work out, Dawn?), and their dispute will end with Dawn getting her own brand and show. This particular part of the program was setting Law up as the No. 1 face for what will become Dawn's "National" brand (Unnamed show on Monday nights. The "American" brand is USPW American Wrestling, the Wednesday show.)

At TT, Frehley will defend against Nicky Champion and Marat Khoklov, who fought to a double countout at Born In The USA. Khoklov arrived in late February, joined forces with the Cold Warriors, and targeted Champion immediately. After getting backup from Law for a while, Champion and Khoklov finally faced off 1-on-1 at Independence Day Slam, with Champion winning. Khoklov spent the next few months chasing a rematch and got it.
Champion pinned Frehley (which he hadn't done in at least a year, I'm guessing) to win his sixth World title.

As far as the split goes, I'm planning a 5v5 Survivor Series-style match with Jillefski and Dawn picking teams, and the winning team will get the first overall draft pick. There will also be a women's 5v5 match, and the entire women's division will go to the winning captain's show.
So Jillefski's team (Money, Shaffer, Valentine, Baine, Thompson) won the big match over Dawn's team (Law, Black, Natural Storm, Bach) to get first pick in the brand draft. Jillefski drafted Champion (even though the World and Tag Team champions aren't tied to a brand) just to make sure he'd get him after he lost the strap. Dawn took Frehley as her No. 1.

BUT... Dawn's randomly drawn team of women (Melody, Steph Blake, Tiffany Jade, Gorgon, Miss American Pie) won in a 5-0 sweep to bring the entire women's division to National Throwdown, which will air Monday nights on demand on Reverie. The division is led by now 7-time champion Alicia Strong, who dispatched Nadia Snow in a 2-out-of-3 falls match.

The tag division's gotten an overhaul and the belts have been moving. I've signed American Demolition (Bulldozer Brandon Smith & Findlay O'Farraday), The Rock City Stars, The Ring Generals and The Dirty White Boys, and created The Money Players (Andre Jones & Julius Moor) and All-American Perfection (Nelson Callum & Kip Keenan). Petr Novak got popped for roids (because of course he did) on my first show, so The Cold Warriors dropped the belts to Natural Storm a week later. American Demolition won the titles in April, but lost to The Towers of Power at IDS, who only held them for a month before losing them to the Dirty White Boys, who just successfully defended in a return match.
Well, they've changed hands again. All-American Perfection left Thanksgiving Thunder with the titles after Persephone's heel turn on Kirk Jameson (who was teaming with Chris Caulfield) and revealed that she'd decided to manage Nelson Callum instead of him.

I've signed Greg Gauge, Joffy Laine, Ekuma and the Long Beach Crew to help beef up the rosters post-split.


TCW has taken some heavy losses (Golden, RDJ, Bach, Peak), but putting the belt back on Wolf seems to have helped, as they've fought their way back to National while SWF's fallen to Cult. To celebrate, TCW's signed a bunch of cruiserweights, but it's not clear what for. Has anyone seen an AI company just open a new division?

CGC's getting crushed. Ricky DeColt, Donte Dunn and Christian Price all signed with NOTBPW in the span of about two weeks, and we took Adrian Garcia and Ana Garcia from them to fill out our announce teams.
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Unread 03-11-2017, 11:43 AM
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I have a new stable in my WCW Lives mod save, with Sting (the dead guy), Vampiro (the vampire), Abyss (the ruler of the dark abyss) and Christopher Daniels (the dark preacher). Their goal is to take over WCW and make the promotion darker, while adding new members and taking hold of all the championships.
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Unread 03-11-2017, 01:13 PM
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Triple H just died one week after he lose to Sami Zayn at Summerslam lol.
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Unread 03-11-2017, 04:29 PM
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Well I decided to start my first ever Road To Glory challenge but I am guilty of not going full in on it and I started with 5 popularity in my home area but everything else I kept the same as the rules. Started in February 2017 and am currently in July 2018 and my first random number was 10 which added 20 to my drinking. Also I was going well when my OPW Champion El Ligero and my OPW Genesis Champion Travis Banks signed written deals with W-1 so I had to take the titles off them at the next show when both were going to retain.

OPW Championship

February 2017: Thomas Jacobs (My User Character)
July 2017: El Ligero
July 2018: Dalton Castle

OPW Genesis Title

July 2017: Aaron Solow
June 2018: Travis Banks
July 2018: Aaron Solow (2)

OPW Tag Team Titles

July 2017: Rush Hour (Lio Rush & Willie Mack)
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