Yep, my username is the same as the one on the other forum.
In that case i'm 99.9% sure I remember you and your WWE thread.
I doubt you remember me but I have the same username here as I do on the other forum just on the other one there's a space in it.
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6 time PWA World Champion (Most Reigns In History)
4 time PWA Intercontinental Champion (Longest Reigning In History)
4 time PWA Hardcore Champion
1 time PWA United States Champion
3 time PWA Tag Team Champion
4 time PWA Pure Champion
1 time PWA Money In The Bank Winner
1 time PWA Royal Rumble Winner
2 time PWA Women's Champion
1 time PWA Prestige Champion
First Ever PWA Women's Money In The Bank Winner
Current Reigning Queen of the Ring
In need of some advice. I'm working on a created fed with created wrestlers, and I'm attempting to book the first show, but it's quite a challenge. Nobody knows who any of my guys and gals are, no one knows how they work, and no one knows how they speak. The Heavyweight and Junior Heavyweight Championships are equal in importance, which also creates an interesting challenge of its own. Obviously, I would like as many people on the first show as I can and I would like Champions (since they will be vacant at the beginning), but I do not know how to go about it. I'm fluctuating between doing a traditional 6-Man lucha libre trios match or starting a Tournament, but the second option is so passe. Quite a conundrum. The answer could very well be in front of my face.
I think Gauntlet Matches are pretty entertaining sometimes. And yeah the tourney idea's been beaten to death, dragged outside, burned to ashes and buried 6 feet deep. But when it's necessary, it could be fun i.e. King Of The Ring.
I will start a BTB for the first time tomorrow, can someone please PM for any advice as I could need help. It start off the heels of last night's hot edition of Raw.
Have a look around at other threads and at the resources thread. Don't just rush into it or it will look sloppy and put people off straight away. Start when you're ready. Biggest mistake you can make is rushing for the sake of posting.