View Poll Results: History Wrestling Draft: Awsmash vs. obby
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06-12-2013, 12:56 PM
Wheel Man for SCOTT STEINER
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History Wrestling Draft #5 Awsmash vs. Obby (VOTING OPEN 2 PUBLIC!!)
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WCW Championship vs. WWF Championship Unification: No Disqualification Match
Hollywood Hogan (c) vs. Mankind (c)
Background:.On the 4th of January, 1999, both Mankind and Hollywood Hogan won the major titles in the two biggest wrestling promotions in the world. Hollywood Hogan had fellow NWO member Kevin Nash lie down and allow him to get the cover and win the WCW Championship, Mankind shocked the world and defeated The Rock after a run-in from Steve Austin gave him the opportunity to win his first major title. The two events had completely different effects on their respected companies. These events were the beginning of the end for WCW, but what if WWF had bought them out at that point?
Build Up:.Recently the WWF bought out WCW. On the 11th of January edition of RAW Hollywood Hogan returned to WWF and claimed his title was the true World Championship and demanded Mankind his “worthless” title be relinquished. This didn’t go down to well with Mankind, and he hit back claiming that the WCW was no longer a company and therefore Hollywood Hogan’s title be abandoned. Vince McMahon booked Mankind vs. Hollywood Hogan for the Royal Rumble to unify the two titles. Unfortunately, the match went to a No Contest after both men were disqualified. This match could not take place at WrestleMania as the two Royal Rumble winners (Gorgeous George and Antonio Rocca went to a draw) had both earned a title match for the event. Both Mankind and Hollywood Hogan were victorious against their respected opponents and the dream match-up was made for SummerSlam. Week after week, Hogan resorted to cheap tactics in an attempt to wear down the WWF Champ before their match-up. It didn’t work, however, as Mankind was ready as ever to defend his Championship. Things really heated up a week before the event as Hogan claimed that he was the only reason Mankind was renowned today and the WWF Champ retaliated by famously arguing that wrestling today would be even bigger had Hogan not held back the likes of Bret Hart, Ric Flair and many more great talents.
Match:.Hulk Hogan’s NWO theme blasted throughout the arena to an incredible response. Insane reception for Hollywood Hulk. Mankind gets about the same and the tension is extreme. Hogan nails a Closed Fist Punch giving him the momentum after an intense stare down. He attempts to wear down Mankind with a chair, but he turns the tables by throwing the Hulkster into the steel steps. Mankind placed Hogan on the announce table and set him up for the DDT, but Hulk reversed and body slammed Mankind onto the concrete. After 10 minutes of brawling on the outside, Hulk Hogan gained the upper-hand and rolled Mankind into the ring. He runs to the ropes and goes for the Leg Drop, but Mankind rolled out of the way and locked in the Mandible Claw. Hogan eventually manages to throw Foley into the ring and hits a big boot followed up by the Leg Drop! Foley somehow kicks out at two and kips-up Hogan style and after a couple of clotheslines, he locks in the Mandible Claw and this time he picks up the victory!
Tag Team Match: 2-Out-Of-3-Falls Match
Lou Thesz & Dynamite Kid vs. Verne Gagne & Jushin Liger
Background:.Lou Thesz took on Verne Gagne in 1952 in one of the greatest matches of all time. Jushin Liger and Dynamite Kid always had amazing matches.
Build Up:.Everyone wanted to see Gagne vs. Thesz and Dynamite vs. Liger, but to save time and space on the card, Vince McMahon made this a tag team match. He would have been an idiot to not give this a stipulation.
Match:.Dynamite Kid and Jushin Liger start thing off at an exciting pace. Kid and Thesz gain momentum after a tag. Liger lands on his feet after an attempted back body drop and he dives, tagging in Lou Thesz. The next couple of minutes is a technical masterpiece, but after Dynamite Kid gets tagged in and hits a Piledriver, picking up the first fall for his team. Verne Gagne manages to get Jushin Liger back in and things get extremely exciting again. After lots of fast-paced action, Jushin Liger hits his Shooting Star Press and picks up the second cover. Dynamite tags in Lou Thesz who gains some momentum. Jushin Liger tags Verne Gagne back in as Thesz starts to tire and it appears to be an easy win. Dynamite Kid hits a missile dropkick from out of nowhere though and it allows Lou Thesz to capitalize and hit the Belly to Back Suplex for the win.
Winners:.Lou Thesz & Dynamite Kid
Women's Championship: Singles Match
Chyna (c) vs. Luna Vachon
Background:.Two of the most feared women wrestlers in the world fight for the first time ever.
:.Chyna was easily the toughest wrestlers on the roster and one of the only women to fight men, but during a match against Mike Awesome, Luna Vachon ran-in and brutally attacked Chyna.
Match:.After a rough 10 minutes of wrestling, Luna Vachon threw Chyna into an exposed ring post and hit the Luna Bomb to win the Championship.
Gorgeous George vs. Antonio Rocca
Background:.The first heel of all time takes on one of the biggest faces of all time.
Build-Up:.Both men failed to capture the major titles at WrestleMana and if they want another shot, a win in this match is mandatory.
Match:.Antonio Rocca excited the fans as he usually does and Gorgeous George resorted to cheap tactics as he usually does. Gorgeous George wins with a low blow.
Intercontinental Championship: Singles Match
Mike Awesome (c) vs. Ahmed Johnson
Background:.Two of the most impressive big wrestlers of all time square off.
Build-Up:.Mike Awesome has been dominant ever since leaving ECW to come to WWF along with all the other WCW talents. Ahmed Johnson wants to put a stop to his domination.
Match:.It starts off with the two trying to show off their strength. Mike Awesome makes the most of the agility that he has and gains momentum, but Ahmed Johnson hits his Spinebuster when Mike runs off the ropes and he finishes it with the Pearl River Plunge to win the Championship.
Falls Count Anywhere Match
Dory Funk Jr. vs. Bob Backlund
Background:.Two extremely aggressive wrestlers and great technicians square off. Another match Vince McMahon would be a fool not to book.
Match:.A technical work of art. After 15 minutes of trading holds around the arena, it appears Dory Funk, Jr. has got Backlund beaten when he locks in the Cloverleaf when Bob reverses it into a Backslide Pin and gets the three. The two shake hands after the match.
Tag Team Championship: Tag-Team Match
The Midnight Express (c) w/ Jim Cornette vs. Demolition
Background:.Two of the greatest tag teams of all time take each other on.
Build-Up:.Jim Cornette has put The Midnight Express over ever since they came to WWF. He’s made statements such as “WWF has no tag team division” and “Midnight Express are the only successful tag-team in the world right now” which caused Demolition to return.
Match:.As usual, The Midnight Express gets massive heat. They gain the early momentum though by attacking Demolition before the match. Demolition begin to fight back when Smash (Ax is in the ring) gets the crowd hyped up. Jim Cornette attempts to give Midnight Express the momentum by using a steel chair, but it’s botched and Bobby Eaton gets hit by the chair allowing Demolition to win the titles with Demolition Decapitation.
Rikidōzan vs. The Great Muta
Background:.The Great Muta or Keiji Mutoh is one of the most successful Japanese wrestlers of all time and Rikidōzan is the man who made Japanese wrestling popular. This might be one of the most exciting show openers of all time.
Build-Up:.The Great Muta was feared by most of the roster until Rikidōzan returned and called him out for disgracing what he made popular. The Great Muta attempted to get in Rikidōzan’s head in the weeks leading up to SummerSlam, but it was to no avail and lead to a highly anticipated match-up between two of Japan’s greatest wrestlers.
Match:.In a fast-paced match-up, the two Japanese wrestlers showed obvious chemistry. The Great Muta won after using the Asian Mist and hitting his Moonsault in what could be considered a passing of the torch. It did its job in getting the fans excited for the rest of the show.
Winner:.The Great Muta
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Steve Austin.vs.Kevin Nash
What an exciting main event we have here. When WCW and WWF were neck and neck during the 90's, Kevin Nash and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin were two of the promotions biggest stars! Now, it's a dream match between the NWO's finest, Kevin Nash, and the Texas Rattlesnake himself, Steve Austin! Who will win the war?
Co Main Event
El Santo.vs.Blue Demon
One of, if not the, greatest feuds in the history of lucha libre will finally be settled tonight! The greatest luchador of all time, El Santo, will be going face to face with the ultimate Rudo, Blue Demon himself! The legendary 60 year feud between good and evil will come to a close tonight. You absolutely cannot miss this!
Bra and Panties Match
To get the crowd excited for our two main events, we will be revisiting one of the hottest diva feuds from the Ruthless Aggression era! These two knockouts, Torrie Wilson and Sable, will be taking each other on in a heated battle that is sure to not only get the crowd rowdy, but to settle their feud once and for all..
The Road Warriors w/ Paul Ellering.vs.The New Age Outlaws
The greatest tag team of all time goes head to head with the "must see" tag team of the Attitude Era in another WCW-WWF dream match. The Road Warriors will be joined by their legendary manager, Paul Ellering. This dream match has the potential to steal the show.
Ken Shamrock.vs."Dr. Death" Steve Williams
These two hardened, never say die ring warriors both have a difficult task ahead of them - make their opponent quit. What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? You'll be finding out tonight, in this intense grudge match..
The Big Show.vs.King Kong Bundy
The Ring Crew had to make tonight's set extra sturdy, exclusively for this match. These two giants will be going all out, in what is sure to be a completely unpredictable bout. Will The Big Show be able to KO Bundy with his knockout punch? Find out tonight!.
Scott Steiner.vs.Mr. Kennedy
These two loudmouths are always good for talking the talk, but the question here is: Are they capable of walking the walk too? It's "Put up or Shut up" tonight! Only one of these men can walk out of this one with the "W", silencing the other. Who will that man be?
Ultimate X Match
Jay Lethal.vs.Eric Young
In what is sure to be a great, exciting opener, these two TNA originals will be competing in the staple match type of their promotion - the Ultimate X match. Just like all X division matches, this one promises to be a fast paced thrill ride that never lets up. A perfect show opener, it is sure to provide enough unforgettable moments to last a lifetime.
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