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Unread 08-23-2016, 02:00 PM
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My Warzone brand had a huge PPV main event between my top two babyfaces, KC Glenn and Mikey James for the Warzone title. The previous week I had these two win the tag team titles off my insanely popular tag team of El Mitico jr and Donte Dunn, Mach 2.

So the match goes 30 minutes and Mikey James beats KC Glenn clean to become the new Warzone champion.

But what's this? Greg Guage, Matty Faith, and George Wolfe enter the ring. These guys are from the Battleground brand. A stable called The Princes of Wrestling.

They beat Mikey and KC down and then a title match begins between Mikey James and Greg Guage who cashed in his King of Kings contract won from the King of Kings tournament two months prior.

Despite the beatdown, Mikey manages to last in a 20 minute match but he lost to Matty Faith interference.

The following PPV, A Demonstration of Elimination, saw the main event of The Prince of Wrestling (Greg Guage, Matty Faith, George Wolfe and Bret Heartbreak) vs the Kings of the Ring (KC Glenn, Mikey James, El Mitico Jr and Donte Dunn) in a 4v4 elimination match. The entire team of the Kings of the Ring survived and stood tall with them trading finishers on Greg Guage to end the match.
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Unread 08-23-2016, 02:29 PM
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Playing as WWE 2004. Managed to sign Lesnar for another 5 years. I was in negotiations with Goldberg but TNA signed him for 5 years at $63,000 a month. Brought Jeff Hardy back and gave him a reign with the Intercontinental Championship. Also signed Sting and The Outsiders. The Outsiders are currently keeping John Cena busy because I don't want him to start winning championships yet.
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Unread 08-23-2016, 02:49 PM
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First PPV done outside of the United States done quite well. This was how the main event done.

https://gyazo.com/3f21100274ef5f0438653c00d0cf3cd7

The Diamond Studd can normally do much better, assume it was because it was a 90-minute Iron Man Match. They will finally settle the score at the September PPV, Masters Of Muscle then The Diamond Studd will feud with The Puerto Rican Connection for the remainder of the year in a sort of Invasion angle.
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Unread 08-23-2016, 02:58 PM
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Playing as WWE 2004. Managed to sign Lesnar for another 5 years. I was in negotiations with Goldberg but TNA signed him for 5 years at $63,000 a month.
That's some serious money right there.
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Unread 08-23-2016, 03:36 PM
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Inspired to do updates on my PPV's in my save by Alan James.

The Road to Wrestlemania has begun with the Royal Rumble and I'm dissapointed with the rating.
We started off strong with a 92 from The Revival defeating Rollins and Ambrose and Hollywood's Greatest (The Miz and The Rock) to retain their Tag Team Championships. Post match Roman Reigns returned from his injury to team up with his Shield brothers and took out The Rock which will set up their Wrestlemania match.
We then followed that by having Jack Gallagher defeat Eckos and Godderz to retain his Light Heavyweight title with Eckos turning on Godderz post match.

Next up was Cody Rhodes vs Ted Dibiase after Rhodes got sick of Randy's preference of Ted and left Legacy and in an 81 Rhodes was victorious.

Neville proved to Ryan Sabre why he is the best englishman in the WWE in an 87 rated ladder match to retain his United States Title. Post match he was attacked by William Regal who will be his opponent at Wrestlemania.

Johnny Gargano defeat Mark Morrison to retain his Cruiserweight title, not much to talk about here just a routine win for Johnny.

we followed that up with an 81 rated match where Naomi successfully defended her Women's Championship against Alexandra Hart making her tap out after 16 minutes.

Enzo Amore then took on Rusev and Successfully defended his IC title in an 89 against the Bulgarian Brute. No plans for Rusev but Big Cass is getting annoyed at Enzo being a singles star and will turn on him at Fastlane.

The next match was Eric Price (a repackaged Erick Rowan as a genius) losing his Global Championship and his unbeaten streak to Noam Dar who rolled him up when Eric went for his usual gutwrench powerbomb. Eric is going to go on a major tear now and attack whoever he wants to.

We then had Queen Sasha defend her Womens United States Championship against Emma in an 89 rated match before turning heel and attacking her post match but Bayley ran in to make the save. Looking at a triple threat at Wrestlemania.

Match of the night up next when the Detroit Machine Guns beat Brock and Shelton in an 98 to retain their IC Tag Championships.

Sami Zayn cashed in Money in the Bank on Chris Jericho back in september to win the WHC and he succesfully defend his title against Okada in a dissapointing 82 rating.

Next up was the Rumble itself which saw the returns of Jack Swagger and Kofi Kingston from ROH, CM Punk from another hiatus after I let him go after Mania 33, Kurt Angle who Brock kayfabe broke the arm of and Goldberg who is going to feud with Rhyno at Mania because why not. Kevin Owens won the Rumble meaning the main event of Wrestlemania is going to be Sami Zayn vs KO for the WHC.

The main event also dissapointed as on Smackdown a couple of months ago I got a 100 out of Rey Mysterio vs Randy but this time when Randy beat Rey for the WWE Championship that he won when he cashed in on Dolph Ziggler it was only an 83 rating. Dissapointing but Randy will now face Cody at Wrestlemania and Cody will win his first world title.
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Unread 08-23-2016, 07:36 PM
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Welp...

https://gyazo.com/d5db358c6c9ca677d661a2f69bbe3815

Anyone know if this could possibly be the end of his career?
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Unread 08-23-2016, 08:08 PM
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Welp...

https://gyazo.com/d5db358c6c9ca677d661a2f69bbe3815

Anyone know if this could possibly be the end of his career?
check the injury in the editor.If any permanent damage is over 80% that's it.
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Unread 08-23-2016, 10:51 PM
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SNME 23. I don't really mind doing non finishes on some SNME matches.

Kimberly Page proving she has brain and beauty. Adrenaline regain the tag team titles from The Outsiders in a strap match.

Kimberly left with The Kliq several weeks ago, but this was only after Adrenaline had lost and she never helped The Outsiders win. I don't make my babyfaces look totally stupid, not most of the time. Anyway, Kimberly came out and distracted Diesel, allowing the future King Erik? to get the win and begin their second reign as tag team champions. They are definitely going to get a run this time.

Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Triple H by dq. Lame finish indeed. This must continue.

Bret and Owen Hart defeat Shawn Michaels and Kid in the main event. Yes, not such a great night for the Kliq. Is this my attempts at Kliq sabotage? No comment. Nah, it just has to be done this way. Not a chance I'm having Austin lose twice in a row, especially not to Hunter, even if his charisma has now jumped to 93. lol Crazy. Mic still lagging behind at 74.



Still not sure how to end the Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart match at King of the ring..

Crush made the biggest mistake of his life. He interfered in a Frank Castle match. Castle was challenging Raven in a heel vs heel tv title match. Crush came out while Castle was outside the ring and it caused Castle to be counted out. Castle is going to haunt his dreams and his nightmares. No plans to turn Castle. Just keep doing what you're doing.

Raven finds this all hilarious. I'm having fun booking Raven. He disbanded the Flock for reasons that have yet to become clear. In other words, I don't have a clue. And why does Crush randomly get involved? Find out soon.

I got The Undertaker away from Castle by putting him into a feud with Mankind. Yes, another year earlier. Undertaker was out doing a promo with Bearer and Mankind was disguised as a camera man. Undertaker took camera to face, a running elbow dive and then a mandible claw. Started off the right way.

Helms and the Hardyz scored the upset over Scott Steiner, Mr. Perfect and Otis Apollo. Helms pinned Apollo. After the match, Steiner made Apollo get down and give him 20. Perfect is jack of all feuds now. Need a guy for a match, what is Perfect doing?

Rob Van Dam retained the Junior Heavyweight title against 2 Cold Scorpio. RVD is now a full on cocky mofo.. His weed does stink. As it should.

Brian Pillman takes a two month vacation and he will return as a babyface. Maybe.

Neo defeated the Warlord by dq. This also must continue. Warlord put those Neo 100 selling skills to the test after the match. Furious for taking the loss. Honey, I don't care. And you have earned this defeat. The Warlord of all people, he would be the one to cut shoot promo that nobody understands. You really think I'm going to let you away with that? X

He should be grateful he gets a feud like this to help establish Neo. Think of the future. As long as he doesn't hurt him. Just now picturing getting a broken neck message after the match, leading to a retirement of the greatest prospect in wrestling.

*edit* Bret has taken Neo under his wing as well.

So many Japanese wrestlers gone in this game due to injury. Mutoh, Ultimo Dragon, etc.

Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud, but did he grab the tights? Questions will be asked. Juventud has been the nemesis of Rey for ages now. They've exchanged wins and losses. Does this prove that Juventud is finally getting to Rey? Only time will tell.

Bret Hart took Christian under his wing. I'm happy about this. Edge and Christian defeated Too Cool in the opener. Speaking of Bret, he had a great 89 with Diesel on Raw. Proud of them. I do know they had good matches in real life. Diesel, the truck stops here! Getting this rating not long after Diesel signed for me and his ratings stink. Fair play to them. Rare that I see an A rating for matches that last that long (14minutes)

Dean Malenko was granted a release. Probably the right time since I had nothing for him recently. Haven't really done anything since his feud with Raven.
First off, your game is extremely entertaining to read about. The way you've hung with the loss of big stars and managed to create new ones is perfect for the WWF in this era.

Since you weren't sure what you wanted to do with Bret/Shawn at King of the Ring, I wanted to run something by you. It depends on whether you are running the whole King of the Ring tourney in one night or just the semifinals and finals on the actual PPV. You could lift the finish from Bret/Davey Boy at Summerslam 92. Have Bret and Shawn wrestle a good 35-40 minutes with a slow build in the main event (I'm guessing they have the stamina and psychology to do so.) Then, you can have Bret reverse Shawn's sunset flip with a flash pin. In real life, Bret said that might have been his favorite finish ever. That way, you can continue the feud if you would like, and Shawn would still look good. I don't believe it dings the match rating either. Just an idea. Either way, I'm sure you'll come up with something great
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Unread 08-24-2016, 12:58 AM
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(I'd absolutely love some feedback. Any thoughts on anything, ideas, anything would be appreciated. Thanks!)

So it's 1991, It's WCW, I'm Paul Heyman, and Jim Herd is my terrible boss.

Right off the bat I cut ties with the NWA, who needs that kind of an albatross when Vince has been slaughtering us all for years, am I right? So out with the old and in with the new, an eight man tournament is scheduled to take place over the next few weeks to determine the first ever WCW World Champion! Those participants in no particular order are:

Dustin Rhodes
Sting
Ric Flair
Stan Hansen
Brian Pillman
Lex Luger
Michael P.S. Hayes
Barry Windham

First thing, there are three Horsemen in this tournament. It becomes apparent that Ric Flair expects to win the whole she-bang and he expects to use the Horsemen to his advantage in doing so. This doesn't exactly work out, as Flair ends up being eliminated by Sting in the second round. In the mean time, Flair is nowhere to be found when Barry Windham could use some help. The finals, set for WrestleWar, is Sting vs Stan Hansen.

Most of the beginning angles either run their course or kind of fall apart as I make my way through the first month and a half worth of shows. The major thing to note is that after Flair's elimination Barry Windham and Sid Vicious walked away from the Horsemen, leaving Arn and Flair fair game for the debuting Dangerous Alliance! Led of course by Paul E., the Alliance consists of Rick Rude, Bam Bam Bigelow, and the tag team of Bobby Eaton and Larry Zbyszko known as the Phenomenals. Arn and Flair are turned Face in the process, and we have a new big feud.

In the mean time, Cactus Jack and Big Van Vader, led by the legendary Harley Race, have decided to pick on Lex Luger, which of course drew the ire of the former NWA World Champion Sting. Luger successfully defended his United States Title against Cactus Jack at Clash of the Champions and he and Sting lamented about where Vader was with his big challenge. The answer was Vader's final show with New Japan. Once back in the states and signed to a written deal Vader destroyed Luger for the US Title and he and Jack have been running rough-shod over the BFF squad of Luger and Sting ever since.

In other news, Owen Hart and Brian Pillman, the Can-Am Blondes, have excellent chemistry when teaming together. Expect that to go somewhere.

Terry Funk came to town to challenge the winner of the World Title tournament in what has been a steaming pile of disappointment. The guy's not even on Time Decline, but I'm just not getting the ratings out of The Funker that I'd hoped for.

The World TV Title was up for grabs in a 10 Man Battle Royal that was won by the debuting Eddie Guerrero, who went on to lose the belt to Owen Hart, whom Eddie has excellent chemistry with. The battle of the TV Title is on-going, and I brought in "Love Machine" Art Barr as backup and regular partner for Edd G.

The tag team division has been kind of stale, with Doom still holding the World Tag Titles, but The Phenomenals have taken the US Tag Titles from The Steiner Brothers. (And boy, was Scott pissed off about that.)

During the tournament Stan Hansen injured Dustin Rhodes, giving himself a bye into the Finals, and this would become the catalyst for a feud with Terry Funk which as I mentioned before, has so far not been worth a hot turd on the sidewalk. Hansen defeated Sting in the Finale to win the WCW World Championship (with an assist from Vader) and I'm hoping I can either drag one decent match out of Funk before I go on Fire Sale and start making last minute changes at the top of my card.

Speaking. Of. Vader.

Did I mention he helped Big Stan win the World Title? Yeah, let's just say that Sting didn't like that one bit. The two had a stare-down that turned bloody to end the WrestleWar PPV, and I expect that feud to simmer before getting real hot down the line.

In the meanwhile the Dangerous Alliance have been using the last two Horsemen as whipping boys, getting over on them at every pass. Rude went over Flair at WrestleWar (where I found out they had shit for chemistry), and I expect this one to get good quick as rumors 'round the Water Cooler in Atlanta at the office have Ric and Arn hot on the hunt to fill those last two spots in the Horsemen.

And I'll tell you why.

Like it or not...

Learn to LOVE it.

Because Diamonds are FOREVER!

And so are the Four Horsemen.
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Unread 08-24-2016, 07:25 AM
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Welp...

https://gyazo.com/d5db358c6c9ca677d661a2f69bbe3815

Anyone know if this could possibly be the end of his career?
Similar happened to Dwayne Johnson in my game. 3 months into his rookie year and he got injured, out for a 1 year and 2 months.
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Unread 08-24-2016, 07:51 AM
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I ended up making Samoa Joe the KOTR winner for 2017, which means for Summerslams main event it will be Roman Reigns v Samoa Joe. In other news TNA are finally starting to try get my wrestlers when contracts come up, we managed to resign everyone bar one.... Shinsuke Nakamura. Apparently the US Champion would rather be on TNA so I did what I do when someone is leaving. He lost the US Title to Bullet Clubs Adam Cole and then jobbed out to midcarders on Raw. Went from 88 pop around the world to about 71, **** you very much Shinsuke.

In other news Bullet Club could take over the entire roster, with AJ the IC Champ and Cole the US Champ. I'm tempted to have either Anderson & Gallows or Young Bucks win the tag titles at SummerSlam and have Finn win the World title eventually. Xavier Woods also turned heel on Kofi, with him set to lead his own stable, with Edward Langston as the muscle, pretty much as the New Nation. I see big things for Woods in his career. Also Ambrose and Cena have excellent chemistry as a team, so I made them the 'Faces That Run The Places'

The card for SummerSlam looks like this:
Roman Reigns (C) v Samoa Joe for the WWE Title
AJ Styles v Sasha Banks v Cesaro v Aries v Rusev v Sheamus for the IC Title
Adam Cole v Bayley for the US Title
The Uso's v Young Bucks/Bullet Club v Certified G's v Legacy* for Tag Titles
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John Cena v Randy Orton
Brock Lesnar v Seth Rollins
Robert Roode v Sami Zayn
American Alpha v JeriKO

* Legacy consists of Cody Rhodes & Curtis Hennig
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Unread 08-24-2016, 08:31 AM
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check the injury in the editor.If any permanent damage is over 80% that's it.
Permanent Damage was only at 30% so looks like it will still effect him but atleast I haven't lost him
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Unread 08-24-2016, 08:46 AM
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https://gyazo.com/dc67a9be32c8c38e377baaaacd0f776b

So that was a pretty big success
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Unread 08-24-2016, 11:18 AM
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https://gyazo.com/dc67a9be32c8c38e377baaaacd0f776b

So that was a pretty big success
Bayley and Sasha Banks competing with the men looks like it's going well
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Unread 08-24-2016, 12:36 PM
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Bayley and Sasha Banks competing with the men looks like it's going well
Yeah, those two are as good as most main eventers in the ring, so the matches do well, plus Sasha has lots of charisma so the hype segments do well too! Paige is the other woman I have around, I might resign Becky Lynch too sometimes next year if she wants to come back and is better in-ring. Still a while before I pull the leash on either of them being champions though I think xD
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