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World Wrestling Federation™: InVasion

"The End Of An Era...Or Is It?"

March 26th, 2001... a day that many wrestling fans will forever know as the day the war between World Championship Wrestling & World Wrestling Federation officially ended. After a ratings battle that lasted years, Vince McMahon's bright vision with the 'Attitude Era' had finally paid off, having took a considerable lead over the rival organization, WCW slowly faded from the mainstream and was sold to Vince McMahon.

On March 26th, the very day WCW war purchased, a live simulcast was displayed to the world as Monday Night Nitro broadcast it's final ever edition from Panama City and Monday Night Raw hosted from Cleveland, Ohio. Vince McMahon was prepared to let the world know what he was going to do with not only the World Championship Wrestling brand but every employee he had managed to obtain in the sale but, Vince McMahon was foiled by his own flesh and blood, his son, Shane had sealed the deal before his father had managed to and now Shane McMahon was the sole owner or World Championship Wrestling sending shock waves through the entire wrestling world and leaving us to wonder what would happen next in the war between WCW & WWF.

Strangely, nothing happened. It has been two months since World Championship Wrestling was purchased by Shane McMahon and we have yet to see or even hear from the WCW group. It was reported on a few days after WrestleMania X-7 that Shane had no longer any stock within the World Wrestling Federation and as a result, he would no longer be seen as a regular in the WWF. In addition to this announcement, it was also reported that Shane McMahon had suffered a torn patella tendon after he went coast to coast on Vince McMahon. There was no specific time alloted to Shane McMahon's recovery.

We begin our story after the World Wrestling Federation Pay-Per-View; Judgment Day 2001

Judgment Day 2001 Results

William Regal def. Rikishi

Two Out Of Three Falls | Kurt Angle def. Chris Benoit

WWF Hardcore Championship | Triple Threat Match | Rhyno © def. Test & The Big Show

WWF Womens Championship | Chyna © def. Lita

WWF Intercontinental Championship | Chain Match | Kane def. Triple H ©

WWF Tag Team Championships #1 Contenders | Tag Team Turmoil | Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit become #1 Contenders

WWF Championship | No Holds Barred | Stone Cold Steve Austin © def. The Undertaker

The Championships & Champions

WWF Championship - Stone Cold Steve Austin
WWF Intercontinental Championship - Kane
WWF Tag Team Championship - The Two Man Power-Trip (Stone Cold Steve Austin & Triple H)
WWF European Championship - Matt Hardy
WWF Hardcore Championship - Rhyno
WWF Light-Heavyweight Championship - Jeff Hardy
WWF Women’s Championship - Chyna


The World Wrestling Federation Roster

Al Snow
Big Show
Billy Gunn
Bubba Ray Dudley
Bull Buchanan
Chris Jericho
Crash Holly
D-Lo Brown
D-Von Dudley
Dean Malenko
Eddie Guerrero
Grandmaster Sexay
Hardcore Holly
Jeff Hardy
Jerry Lynn
Justin Credible
Kurt Angle
Matt Hardy
Perry Saturn
Scotty 2 Hotty
Spike Dudley
Steve Blackman
Steven Richards
Stone Cold Steve Austin
TAKA Michinoku
The Rock - (Filming & Promoting "The Mummy Returns | Return Date Unknown))
Triple H
Val Venis
William Regal

The Divas

Molly Holly
Stephanie McMahon
Trish Stratus

The Stables

“The Dudleyz” - Bubba-Ray, D-Von and Spike Dudley
“ECK” - Edge, Christian and Kurt Angle
“The X-Factor” - X-Pac, Justin Credible and Albert
“The Hollys” - Crash, Hardcore and Molly Holly

The Tag Teams

"The Two Man Power-Trip" - Stone Cold Steve Austin & Triple H
“The Brothers of Destruction” - The Undertaker and Kane
Edge and Christian
Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit
“The Dudleyz” - Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley
“The Hardyz” - Matt and Jeff Hardy
“The A.P.A.” - Bradshaw and Faarooq
“Too Cool” - Grandmaster Sexay and Scotty 2 Hotty
“Kaientai” - TAKA Michinoku and Funaki

Other On-Air Personalities

WWF Chairman - Vince McMahon
WWF CEO - Linda McMahon
WWF Commissioner - William Regal
RAW is WAR Announce Team - Jim Ross & Paul Heyman
Smackdown! Announce Team - Michael Cole & Tazz
RAW is WAR Ring Announcer - Howard Finkel
Smackdown! Ring Announcer - Tony Chimel
RAW is WAR Backstage Interviewer - Jonathan Coachman
Smackdown! Backstage Interviewer - Lillian Garcia

Pay-Per-View Schedule

King of the Ring | June 24, 2001 | Continental Airlines Arena | East Rutherford, New Jersey
Untitled Pay-Per-View | July 22, 2001 | Gund Arena | Cleveland, Ohio
SummerSlam | August 19, 2001 | Compaq Center | San Jose, California
Unforgiven | September 23, 2001 | Mellon Arena | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
No Mercy | October 21, 2001 | Savvis Center | St. Louis, Missouri
Survivor Series | November 18, 2001 | Greensboro Coliseum | Greensboro, North Carolina
Vengeance | December 9, 2001 | San Diego Sports Arena | San Diego, California

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Re: World Wrestling Federation™: InVasion

I absolutely adore this time period simply because of the depth of the roster and the edginess of the product. Add on to that the potential awesomeness of a well played out and well booked Invasion angle with the WCW/ECW rosters and I generally don't understand how you could not make the product rather entertaining. People say the WWE/F didn't do the Invasion angle justice but I disagree and I enjoyed the majority of it, but I hope you go a completely different route but keep it entertaining.

You're a great writer and a great booker with a great time to start with and a great roster to use. It's a match made in heaven.

Good luck!

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I can't wait to see where you go with this.

Everyone over the years have had their little "BTB" about what should have happened during the Invasion Angle.

You look too organized to fail, but still, good luck mate.

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Earlier tonight, we saw Stone Cold Steve Austin successfully retain the World Wrestling Federation Championship against bitter rival, The Undertaker in what was a hellacious but controversial No Holds Barred match. Thanks to the help of the othe rhalf of the WWF Tag Team Champions, Triple H, The Undertaker was royally screwed out of the most prestigious prize in the history of professional wrestling. The Undertaker had the match won, finding his second wind after having his brains scrambled following a hard Steel Chair shot. With Undertaker somehow back in control and coming close to ending the reign of Steve Austin, the fans were on their feet but, this soon turned to disgust and disappointment as The Game would nail The Deadman with his coveted Sledgehammer and even though Kane tried to make the save, he was all but too late and Stone Cold Steve Austin was handed the win. Following the match after the event had come to a close, the World Wrestling Federation Champion let know that The Undertaker will not be in line for another shot as all his chances at the World Wrestling Federation Championship are over. With The Undertaker now apparently out of the title picture, the door is open to many other WWF superstars who think they have what it takes to take down the man who claims he 'cannot be stopped'.

However, even with the albeit successful victory for Steve Austin, the grass wasn't so green on the other sides of things when it came to the WWF Intercontinental Champion, Triple H's match who battled and lost his championship to The Big Red Machine in a chain match. With Kane's victory over Triple H, he can now ink his name in the illustrious title history of the Intercontinental Championships, putting his name next to the likes of Pat Patterson, Tito Santana, Randy Savage, Shawn Michaels and many others.

In other somewhat shocking news, Chris Jericho had been teasing a new tag team partner for the Tag Team Turmoil match which would grant the winners a #1 Contenders shot at the WWF Tag Team Championships, his partner shockingly turned out to be the man who had lost to Kurt Angle in a 2 out of 3 Falls match earlier in the night, that being Chris Benoit. The match came down to the veteran tag team of Edge & Christian and obviously Jericho & Benoit and in the end, Jericho & Benoit were able to topple Edge & Christian and gain that shot at the WWF Tag Team Championships. With Jericho & Benoit in line for the first shot at the tag team championships, that means they are going to face the duo of the Two Man Power-Trip, the question is, when will it happen?

As mentioned above, Kurt Angle was successful in recapturing his 1996 Olympic Gold Medals from Chris Benoit in what was a classic 2 out of 3 falls match. Angle was quick to lose fall 1 to Benoit following Angle's own Angle Slam but, Kurt Angle was able to capture the second fall, forcing Benoit to submit to the ankle lock and from here, the Ladder Match rules came into play as the Gold Medals dangled high above the ring. After back and forth action throughout, Kurt was the one to climb the rungs and retrieve what was rightfully his and walk out the victor. This isn't one Kurt is going to let go down quickly and will be sure to brag about it to Mr. McMahon & Stone Cold Steve Austin tomorrow night on RAW is WAR whenever he gets the chance.

One man who somehow managed to dodge the curse of the 24/7 Rule in regards to the Hardcore Championship was Rhyno who successfully defeated Test & The Big Show in a Triple Threat Match. With multiple superstars after the WWF Hardcore Championship, one would bet that Rhyno's days as champion are numbered. There's no telling who will sneak up on him to try and get that championship.

Raw Preview to follow and RAW is WAR should be up in a few days.
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Re: World Wrestling Federation™: InVasion

You're writing in a time period I absolutely love, so my eyes are fixed on this. I wish you luck and hope you can produce something interesting stuff here. The most intriguing aspect of this project right now is to see whether or not you are going to use the bigger stars of WCW for the invasion angle or whether you have something else in mind.
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Looks good. Hopefully Triple h won't be injured this time

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Breaking News!

The American Bad Ass Riding Onto The Injured List, SummerSlam Announcement

Less than twenty-four hours removed from last nights Judgment Day event, speculation had been buzzing in regards to the health of The Undertaker following the match against Stone Cold Steve Austin and after further examination by top World Wrestling Federation officials and medical personnel it has now been discovered and confirmed that The Undertaker suffered a severe concussion following the sledgehammer shot from Triple H at the conclusion of the match and this is expected to keep the WWF superstar sidelined until at least the King of the Ring Pay-Per-View, if not later. Stone Cold Steve Austin will most likely have something to say about this announcement when he kicks off RAW is WAR tonight.

Speaking of the upcoming King of the Ring event, in an exclusive announcement by, the WWF Chairman, Vince McMahon has confirmed that the winner of this years King of the Ring Tournament will be awarded not only a place in the history books and a big silver trophy but will also be granted a shot at the World Wrestling Federation Championship at SummerSlam. With the King of the Ring PPV on the horizon and qualifying matches starting next week, this announcement is sure to light a fire under the belly's of the WWF Superstars.

The Intercontinental Champion, Kane is slated to defend his newly won gold less than twenty-four hours after capturing it for the first time in his gruelling chain match with Triple H but, shockingly Kane is not defending the championship against Triple H, instead the WWF Commissioner has ruled that Test will be the one to face The Big Red Machine for the prestigious gold. With the Big Red Machine beat up badly, can he possibly fight off the man who is almost equal in size to him and successfully retain the Intercontinental Championship or will Kane repeat history and have his name put in the books as one of the shortest reigns in history?

You can also expect Kurt Angle to celebrate his Judgment Day victory by hosting his own Olympic Hero party and the Hardcore Championship will be on the line and that will most likely be more than once with the 24/7 rule still in full effect.

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There are just SO, SO many possiblities with this, so please make it work.

Judging by the name of the thread, the Invasion will happen and when it does, Goldberg, Sting, Kevin Nash, I want them all in to battle the WWE straight away.

Everything looks pretty set in regards to the notes and the preview. Whilst Kane will go over, the IC Title match is a good chance to give Test, who was highly underrated, a decent rub. Angle's Olympic celebration has all the makings to be an over the top epic segment too.

Finally, you MUST deliver when writing the eventual Jericho/Benoit vs. Austin/HHH match. It was amazing in real life, and needs to be in this thread as well.

Again, I'm pretty excited for this, because there's just so much talent at your disposal, and so many ways you can make this a good one.

Good luck.

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