Asking SCOTT STEINER for Wrestling Advice
Join Date: Jun 2011
High Caliber Championship Wrestling
I have had an idea for a new wrestling promotion for a few years now. It's called High Caliber Championship Wrestling.
Here are the details...
Executive Board: This is the governing board of the HCCW. Each member will head up one of the many departments within the company.
President/Chairman; Me - In charge of overall management of the company.
Executive Vice-President of Operations; Paul Heyman - In charge of the day-to-day operations of the company.
Executive Vice-President of Talent Relations; Jim Ross - In charge of scouting, hiring, and firing on-air talent.
Executive Vice-President of On-Air Production; Unknown - In charge of producing the on air product.(Also known as Executive Producer)
Executive Vice-President of Creative Development(Head Booker); Jim Cornette - In charge of writing the scripts and matches used on air. Jim Ross and Paul Heyman would also be on the Creative Team.
Executive Vice-President of Finances; Unknown - In charge of book keeping and accounting for the company.
Executive Vice-President of Marketing and Advertisement; Unknown - In charge of marketing and adevertising for the company.
Executive Vice-President of Music Publication; Unknown - In charge of the production of wresters' entrance music and other music associated with the company, and the releasing of HCCW CD's.
Executive Vice-President of Video Publication; Unknown - In charge of HCCW DVD production and release.
Executive Vice-President of Merchandise; Unknown - In charge of the production of all HCCW merchandise, including hats, tshirts, collectable cups, ect.
Executive Vice-President of Web Development; Unknown - In charge of development, upkeep, and protection of the company's website.
Executive Vice-President of Public Relations; Unknown.
Head-of-Management; Paul Heyman
Backstage Interviewer; Jeremy Borash
Play-By-Play Commentator; Jim Ross
Color Commentator; Adam "Edge" Copeland
Ring Announcer; Bruce Buffer
Head Official(Referee); Earl Hebner
HCCW World Championship
HCCW Elite Championship; HCCW's vesion of the X-Division title.
HCCW Global Championship; HCCW's version of the Intercontinental title.
HCCW Vixens' Championship; HCCW's Womans' title.
HCCW World Tag Team Championship
Feb: Champions' Choice; Every championship is on the line, and the reigning champion decides who the number 1 contender will be.
Mar: Captivity; All matches take place in a steel cage.
May: No Turning Back;
Jun: Beach Head; HCCW's version of Summerslam. it takes place in a makeshift, outdoor arena, on a beach.
Jul: Revolution; A 4th of July celebration. It takes place on the last Sunday before July 4th and is followed by a fireworks display.
Aug: Eliteism; A Elite Division Exclusive PPV.
Sep: The Gauntlet; HCCW's version of the Royal Rumble. The main event is a 10-man Gauntlet match, with the winner recieving a World title match at Wrestlestock.
Oct: House of Horrors; HCCW's version of Halloween Havoc. It takes place on the last Sunday before October 31st. All of the wrestlers compete in costumes.
Nov: Vote or Die!; Fans vote for matches and stipulations.
Dec: Wrestlestock; The biggest PPV of the year. It is a 5 Hour wrestling show and concert. (Three hours of wrestlng and promos and 2 hours of music)
Main Roster(World and Global Divisions):
Tag Team Division:
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (London & Kendrick)
Jay & Mark Brisco (The Brisco Brothers)
James Storm & Chris Harris (America's Most Wanted)
Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley (Motor City Machine Guns)
Shawn Hernandez & Homicide (Latin American Xchange)
Sara Del Rey
I would start out without a weekly tv spot, instead, signing a contract with Youtube.com, giving them exclusive broadcasting rights. When the promotion was popular enough on Youtube, I would move it to TV, giving Youtube exclusive replay rights to all shows and PPV's.
The weekly show would be called Mayham, and would take place on Thursdays.
What does everyone think?