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Unread 12-16-2005, 10:29 AM
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Starting Over

The year is 2005, and after a great run, the McMahon empire is crumbling before our eyes. The company was gobbling up seemingly the world, and had recently acquired the upstart TNA promotion. But early in the year, the National Enquirer reported on a story of scandal and adultery as Vince reportedly was having an affair with one of the new WWE divas. Well, the scandal became reality as it was soon reported that Linda McMahon was seeking a divorce. There was an enraged battle for the ensuing months that saw neither side giving in as to how the McMahon empire would be divided. Finally an agreement was beginning to unfold. Vince would keep his WWE, and Linda would be granted TNA. But from there, things got sticky. Linda began demanding to hire workers from WWE for TNA, but Vince was having none of that. Eventually a deal was struck, a very odd one, but it seemed to placate both parties. It turned out that Vince also had his eye on some TNA workers as well. So it was agreed that the contracts of all active wrestlers would be voided in both promotions, and they would then have a signing frenzy and try to lure the workers to either company.

But then, a wrench was thrown into the mess. At first, it was kept a secret, but both sides were having trouble financially dealing with the messy divorce. Unbeknowst to either side, both Vince and Linda made deals to sell part of their ownerships in the companies to a third party. And this is where things get interesting. Both Vince and Linda ended up selling out to the same person, who is still a mystery to this day. And it is not known if it was part of the selling arangements, or if both Vince and Linda missed a key bit of fine print in the deals, but this third entity was given power to assign a number of workers of his or her own choosing, to both promotions.

So now the stage is set. The WWE and TNA are on the same footing, basically starting from the ground up. Both companies have a small starting roster of virtually unkown wrestlers. And from here, they will both make some huge pushes at trying to hire, or re-hire various wrestlers from the now larger free agent pool. It will be exciting to see where things go from here. Will the two companies stay away from each other and do their own thing, or will this become a bitter fued between the former partners?

At this point, the details are sketchy. We don't know who any of these new wrestlers are, or if any of the newly released workers have been resigned. But stay tuned in for further news once it becomes available.......
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Unread 12-16-2005, 11:07 AM
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I'm still taking new workers in the other thread if anyone wants to be in this. I'll even put you in if I've already started.
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Unread 12-17-2005, 11:13 AM
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Still no word on any familiar signings between Vince or Linda. But it has been revealed who the first wrestler employees will be for TNA and WWE.

TNA:
Grimm Reaper –Heel- Grimm appears to be a very well rounded young worker. He is very strong with decent Rumble abilities. His strength lies in his Technical skills, though he is weak in submission. He has pretty good Entertainment skills, and is a very intense athlete.

Judd-Heel-Judd is an out and out Brawler, but he can hang with the technical workers. He needs to work on his charisma and basics. He is a decent entertainer, but has bad charisma.

“Heinous” Hardy Ulmet-Heel-Ulmet is another good all around competitor. He has great power, and excellent MMA skills. He can make you submit with the best. He is a young Ken Shamrock. He is a great specimen of athleticism and stamina. He can also captivate the audience with his good mic skills.

Tony “Smokin” Wheed-Face-Tony is a high flyer by trade, and a good one. He is also known to brawl from time to time. He is a decent Entertainer.

Da Bomb-Heel-Da Bomb doesn’t stand out in any one area, but has immense power. He’s good at entertaining, but needs to work on his acting. He is very intense, but needs to also work on his cardio. His look is unmatched.

WWE:
Caliban Dark-Heel-Caliban is probably the toughest wrestler in the world. He has never lost a brawl based match, and has great power. He has no real weaknesses, but is just average in every other facet of the sport. He needs to work on his entertainment skills as he is barely average.

Bruce “Lee” Thomas-Face-Thomas is a very similar worker to Caliban, but not as experienced in brawling. He also is much better at entertaining the fans, and has a great star look.

Mikkel Ulmer Rudolph-Heel-Mikkel is one of the toughest SOB’s to step in the ring. He can beat anyone in a Hardcore match. His charisma needs a little work, but he is athletically gifted.

Dirk Emory Rudolph-Heel-Dirk is virtually the same wrestler as brother Mikkel, but not as gifted at entertaining. They could make a devastating tag team.

Mark Storm-Heel-Storm is just an average wrestler, but that isn’t bad. He has absolutely no weekness outside of still being stiff in the ring. He has some flying ability that should mix well with his style. He does need work on the entertainment side of his character.

Others of Note:
UPW has signed three new workers that show a lot of promise.

Derek Blackley-Heel-Blackley is a good technical worker. But has no weakness in the ring other than stamina. He does need mic work, but is a great actor and has a good look.

Sean Shook-Heel-Shook is not flashy, but he is one of the best flyers in the world. He can hold his own on the mat, or fist to fist as well. He’s average on the mic, and has bad stamina.

“The Unholy Icon” Alexander Fayt
-Face-Fayt is a pretty good technical worker, who likes to do some hardcore matches as well. He has unmatched charisma, but his mic skills and acting need work. He does have awesome stamina, and can seemingly wrestle for hours.

OOC: Since the last three guys wanted Cutting Edge I added UPW. I will still import new workers if anyone wants in. As far as areas, since the US and Europe were basically the ones people seemed interest in, I took out Japan and Mexico to keep the game from going too slow. And I didn't remove the workers from UPW, just added those three.

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Unread 12-17-2005, 10:06 PM
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Week 1, October 2005

Schedules have been made as the following:
TNA Xplosion and iMPACT! will be on Tuesdays
PPV’s:
October-Bound For Glory
November-Genesis
December-Turning Point
January-Final Resolution
February-Against All Odds
March-Destination X
April-Lockdown
May-Hard Justice
June-Slammiversary
July-No Surrender
August-Sacrifice
September-Unbreakable

WWE RAW-Mondays
WWE Smackdown!-Tuesdays
PPV’s-
October-No Mercy
November-Taboo Tuesday and Survivor Series
December-Armageddon
January-New Year’s Revolution and Royal Rumble
February-No Way Out
April-WrestleManie
May-Backlash and Judgement Day
June-ECW One Night Stand and Vengeance
July-Great American Bash
August-SummerSlam
September-Unforgiven

Tuesday-
Vince and Linda both made moves today. Vince’s first move for WWE was to drop the brand split, and then let go many of his staff including Mene Gene, Michael Cole, Gerald Briscoe, Jonothan Coachman and others. Linda likewise made some releases including Larry Zbysco.

In other unfortunate news, Derek Blackley, Sean Shook, and Alexander Fayt were released by the UPW.
Hopefully they will catch on with another promotion, as all three workers have a great future.

Friday-
TNA made signings of Matt Wiese, Rikishi, Marcus Bagwell, Heidenreich, Mark Copani, Jeff Hardy, Stevie Richards, Mark Lomonica, and Paul Heyman.

WWE also made some signing of John Cena, Shawn Michaels, Kane, Edge, Randy Orton, and The Undertaker.

Saturday
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WWE signed HHH and The Big Show.
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Unread 12-17-2005, 10:16 PM
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Week 2, October 2005
Monday
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WWE RAW-San Juan Coliseum
-In the first ever match of Forumers, The Big Show won a four man match against Dirk Rudolph, Bruce Thomas, and Mikkel Rudolph. C-
-Candice Michelle defeated Mark Storm for the WWE Cruiserweight title. F
-Randy Orton defeated Shane McMahon. C
-John Cena defeated Kane for the WWE United States title. A
-Shawn Michaels defeated HHH. A

Show Rating- B+

Tuesday-
Linda made a coup, making some huge signings away from Vince while WWE sat silent. She signed Rob Van Dam, Rene Dupree, Booker T, Batista, Trish Stratus, Ric Flair, Joey Styles, Earl Hebner, Savio Vega, Jim Cornette, Pat Patterson and Dory Funk Jr.

WWE Smackdown!-Fargodome
-The team of Mikkel Rudolph, Kane, and Bruce Thomas defeated Caliban Dark, The Big Show and John Cena. C
-Shane McMahon defeated Dirk Rudolph. C-
-Candice Michelle won a rematch against Mark Storm for the WWE Cruiserweight title. E
-HHH defeated Edge. A
-Shawn Michaels beat Randy Orton for the WWE World Heavyweight title. A

Show Rating-B

TNA Xplosion!-Gaylord Entertainment Center
-Hardy Ulmet defeated Grimm Reaper F
-Jeff Hardy defeated Tony Wheed for the TNA X Division title. C+
-Stevie Richards and Mark Lomonica defeated Heidenreich and Rene Dupree for the NWA World Tag Team titles B
-Rob Van Dam and Batista defeated Booker T and Matt Weise B+

Show Rating B-

TNA impact-Gaylord Entertainment Center
-Shane Douglas defeated Tony Wheed C+
-Terry Taylor defeated Dutch Mantell C+
-Jeff Hardy beat Stevie Richards to retain the X Division title B
-Trish Stratus defeated Rob Van Dam for the NWA Heavyweight title B+

Show Rating B

Wednesday
-TNA signed Tony Schiavone and Kurt Angle.


Sunday:
TNA signed Chavo Guerrero Jr and Chris Benoit
WWE signed Jeff Jarrett, Shelton Benjamin, and Matt Hardy

WWE No Mercy-Rose Garden Arena
-Mikkel Rudolph defeated Bruce Thomas F
-Jeff Jarrett defeated Shane McMahon B
-John Cena defeated Kane to retain the WWE United States title A
-Candice Michelle defeated Mark Storm for a third time to retain the WWE Cruiserweight title D
-HBK defeated Big Show, Undertaker, and Edge to retain the WWE World Heavyweight title A
-HHH and Randy Orton defeated Matt Hardy and Shelton Benjamin A

Show Rating B+
734,920 buys
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Unread 12-18-2005, 08:01 AM
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-Candice Michelle defeated Mark Storm for the WWE Cruiserweight title. F
-Candice Michelle won a rematch against Mark Storm for the WWE Cruiserweight title. E
-Candice Michelle defeated Mark Storm for a third time to retain the WWE Cruiserweight title D
OMG My guy is jobbing it out to candice LOL trust WWE to be booking these type of matches LOL
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Unread 12-18-2005, 08:22 AM
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Well, don't worry, when I post the next couple of weeks, you'll see more

At least the matches are improving, so that's good for you
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Unread 12-18-2005, 11:49 AM
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i am hoping i can get signed by tna.
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Week 3, October 2005
Monday:

TNA signed D’Lo Brown
WWE signed JBL and Christian

WWE RAW-Hartford Civic Center
-Christian defeated Caliban Dark for the WWE Intercontinental title C+
-Bruce Thomas defeated Mikkel Rudolph F
-Shelton Benjamin defeated Jeff Jarrett B+
-Candice Michelle defeated non other than Mark Storm for the WWE Cruiserweight title D
-John Cena defeated Kane to retain the WWE United States title A
-HHH defeated The Undertaker A

Show Rating B+

Tuesday
WWE Smackdown!-Greensboro Coliseum
-Christian defeated Caliban Dark to retain the WWE Intercontinental title C-
-John Cena defeated Mikkel Rudolph to retain the WWE United States title C-
-Bruce Thomas and Jeff Jarrett defeated Matt Hardy and Shelton Benjamin B-
-Candice Michelle defeated Mark Storm again to retain the WWE Cruiserweight title D
-HHH and HBK beat The Undertaker and Big Show A
-Randy Orton and Edge had a double countout B+

Show Rating B

TNA Xplosion-Cow Palace
-Grimm Reaper and Tony Wheed had a time limit draw F
-Stevie Richards and Mark Lomonica (The Grapplers) defeated Mark Copani and Shane Douglas B
-Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Jeff Hardy for the TNA X Division title B
-Trish Stratus defeated Batista again to retain the NWA Heavyweight title B+

Show Rating B

TNA iMPACT!-Cow Palace
-Shane Douglas defeated Dory Funk Jr. C+
-Da Bomb and Hardy Ulmet (The Void) defeated Jeff Hardy and Tony Wheed D
-Chavo Guerrero defeated Stevie Richards to retain the X Division title B
-Trish Stratus defeated Batista for a third time to retain the NWA World Heavyweight title B

Show Rating B

Thursday-
HBK made some news by badmouthing Steve Romero in an interview.

Friday-
TNA signed Gene Snitzky and Orlando Jordan
WWE signed Road Warrior Animal, Shane Helms, Scott Taylor, and Rhino.

Saturday-
TNA Signed Raven.
WWE signed Carlito and Scott Steiner.
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Unread 12-18-2005, 03:04 PM
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Damn... I need a job.
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Unread 12-18-2005, 06:34 PM
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Sweet... Caliban Dark is battling for the Intercontinental title. Christian must be carrying me.
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Week 4, October 2005
Monday-
WWE RAW
-Nasau Coliseum
-Carlito defeated Sgt. Slaughter B
-The team of Bruce Thomas and Jeff Jarrett (Team Dynasty) defeated Mikkel Rudolph and Caliban Dark D
-JBL defeated Shane Helms B
-Surprise, surprise, Candice Michelle defeats Mark Storm to retain the WWE Cruiserweight title D
-John Cena defeated Big Show B+
-HBK and Randy Orton defeated The Undertaker and HHH A

Show Rating B+

Tuesday-
WWE Smackdown!
-Air Canada Centre
-Christian won a triangle match against Bruce Thomas and Jeff Jarrett to retain the WWE Intercontinental title B-
-Candice Michelle continued her dominance beating Mark Storm for the WWE Cruiserweight title D
-Carlito defeated Scott Steiner, Mikkel Rudolph and Shane Helms B-
-Matt Hardy defeated Sgt. Slaughter B-
-John Cena retained the WWE United States title defeating Kane
-The Undertaker defeated Randy Orton A

Show Rating B+

TNA Xplosion-Blue Cross Arena
-Chavo defeated Rob Van Dam to retain the X Division title B+
-Dory Funk and Buff Bagwell defeated The Void C
-Batista beat D’Lo Brown B+
-Trish Stratus successfully defended the NWA World Heavyweight title against Rene Dupree B
Show Rating B

TNA iMPACT!-Blue Cross Arena
-Hardy Ulmet defeated Tony Wheed E
-Orlando Jordan defeated Rikishi B
-Chavo retained the X Division title defeating RVD, Stevie Richards and Jeff Hardy B
-Booker T defeated Batista B+

Show Rating B

Wednesday-
WWE signed Val Venis, Rosey, and Tyson Tomko.
TNA signed Devon Hughes, Eugene, and Brock Lesnar.

Thursday-
WWE signed BG James and Disco Inferno.

Sunday-
TNA Bound For Glory
-San Juan Coliseum
-Tony Wheed and Da Bomb ended in a no contest-E
-Rikishi defeated Heinous-E
-Mark Copani beat Buff Bagwell-D
-Eugene defeated Brock Lesnar-C+
-Stevie Richards defeated Devon Hughes-C
-Heindenriech and Savio Vega ended in a no contest-B-
-Orlando Jordan, Raven and Shane Douglas won against Mark Lomonica, Matt Wiese and Dory Funk-C-
-Chris Benoit defeated Gene Snitzky-B+
-Rene Dupree defeated D’Lo Brown-B
-Chavo defeated RVD to retain the X Division title-B+
-Booker T defeated Kurt Angle-A
-Trish Stratus made it 4-0 against Batista retaining the NWA Heavyweight title-B

Show Rating B
Buys-356,715

After our first month of action, the rosters seem to be mostly settling down. Blackley, Shook, and Fayt are still unemployed. Below is a look at the current pushes for our guys:

TNA:
Heinous-Lower Midcarder
Grimm-Opener
Da Bomb-Opener
Tony Wheed-Opener
Judd-Enhancement Talent

WWE:
Bruce Thomas-Lower Midcarder
Caliban Dark-Opener
Mikkel Rudolph-Opener
Mark Storm-Opener
Dirk Rudolph-Enhancement Talent

As seen in a show above, Jeff Jarrett has teamed up with Bruce “Lee” Thomas to form Team Dynasty in the WWE. And Da Bomb and Hardy Ulmet have teamed up as The Void in TNA.

OOC-I adjusted the skill set of Trish Stratus, as I really don’t like seeing her in the Heavyweight title chase, let alone winning against Batista four times in a row. So hopefully this will fix things.
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Unread 12-18-2005, 08:57 PM
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I guess I (Caliban Dark) spoke to soon....
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Unread 12-18-2005, 09:29 PM
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are u adding me?
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Unread 12-18-2005, 10:36 PM
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What if I don't get signed... haha.

And are you just simming and posting results, or playing as a company to?
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