Create the PPV: You make a good PPV that fans might want to see.
Here are the ideas/rules for C.A.P 1: Must be a RAW or SD super star. 2: Choose what brand it's coming from. 3: You may make a new type of match (Elim. Chamber Match) 4: Where will this PPV will be located? 5: Try to make up your own storyline or use WWE storyline. 6: Will there be any guests? (Example: KidRock,) 7: What will the theme song be? 8: Will you include a brand new belt/resurrect one/not use a new one or use an old belt 9: Who will be the announce team for the PPV? 10: How long will the show be? (Must be 2hrs - 4hrs) 11: Include a decent heel win and a face win.
(edited by K A N E on 22.9.03 1645) _____a FaN 4 KaNe_____
This is my very first post! Ever! I thought I was the only geek geeky enough to make up dream PPV's.
This is a cross-brand PPV, with Tazz and Cole doing the SD side, and Coach and the long-suffering Al Snow doing RAW. One cross-over match to decide a point between Steph and Bischoff. Steph must be back in full power, because she sparkles when she has power.
Background: For several weeks, the Big Red Machine has been doing what *he* wants to do. This means running out into random matches and destroying everything that moves. This provides much surprise for the fans and ticks a lot of people off. He does this during a women's tag team match, and only those females who get back up are deemed worthy of being athletes.
The voices in Kane's head tell him to do horrific, sadistic things to others. But as he struggles against the voices, Kane realizes what *he* really wants most of all: the heavyweight title.
I'm twisting reality (such as it is) to remove Goldburg from the picture, just because I really don't care about him. So, we're sometime in the future, and Y2J has the belt. Meanwhile the Creepy Little Bastard still has the IC title, and RVD still wants it.
Meanwhile, on SD, Chris Benoit has joined the hunt for the WWE title. This means working with Kurt, who needs a few hugs right now. Ultimo Dragon has just defeated the other cruiserweights currently hunting the title to earn himself a title shot. Both faces, but no quarter is asked or given when the belt's on the line.
***Randy Orton and Ric Flair vs. Shawn Micheals and Maven Tag Team Match Both veterans with their hot-headed pet rookies. Since HHH is healing from a groin injury and on his honeymoon - wait, how is that going to work? - we can get to see some more of Maven taking on Evolution.
***--Rey Mysterio-- vs. Ultimo Dragon for the Cruiserweight Title Are we in Mexico? Are we in Japan? We sure ain't in the US, because the gravity has just been turned off. Both fight ruthlessly, but fairly. Rey retains after a wicked leap and a clean pin.
***--The Self Proclaimed World's Greatest Tag Team vs. Matt Hardy and Shannon "All that and" Moore-- for the Tag Team Titles This was the only way I could get my beloved elf boy on a PPV. I heart Shannon Moore. I an no longer tell the difference between heel and face anymore. It seems like both teams are on their respective sides mostly through association. Matt cheats. Shannon gets the pin. Complain if you want - it's my fantasy.
***--Molly Holly-- vs. Lita for the Women's Title Since Trish didn't get back up after her chokeslam, Molly will be forced to feud with a female who is not Trish Stratus. The reason for the hate? Molly has no respect for anyone who sides with Trish Stratus, and so she takes her anger out on Lita. Nothing complicated, but after Lita take entirely uncalled for abuse from Molly, the fans will have some interest in seeing Lita get the gold. Which they won't see. Because Molly will retain, after her ally/slave Gail Kim interferes and takes up the ref's attention Molly cheats. We know have substance to feed a feud.
***--Christian vs. RVD-- for the IC Title Hardcore Match Ladders? Come on. This match is BYOW. Christian gets advice from his buddy Jericho, and goes on a scavenger hunt backstage for good weapons. Rob has no need to hide things under the ring, as there are many chairs ringside, and many possible variations on a Van-terminator. RVD gains the title. Both bleed like stuck pigs.
Segment: Test orders Steiner to go out and clean the blood off the mat. I haven't much interest in this angle, but something about Steiner's pain is giving it meaning.
***--Brock Lesner-- vs. Chris Benoit for the WWE title No Submission Streetfight Mr. McMahon doesn't want Brock to tap out again, and Benoit loves to finish with a crossface, so submission is not an option. Brock retains after a bloody battle of endurance. Get down on the mat and do what you do best. Then you can get up and find hard objects to throw each other against. Even in a streetfight I still want plenty of wrestling.
***--Chris Jericho vs. Kane-- for the Heavyweight Title Inferno Match So, two heels: one a monster, the other a schemer. The rules say you can't do this, but I seek depth even where depth cannot exist. Don't worry about Jericho being turned face by this. Just stay out of the Canada until his heelness is back up. Kane will get what he wants by listening to the voices. He'll win the belt by setting Jericho on fire.
It's late. I have homework. So I'll just finish it there. I've missed a couple of wrestlers from SD who don't deserve to be left out, but I can also return tomorrow.
WCW was horrendous in this era, but the opening Nitro was the beginning of the turning point. The World Title was actually taken out of mothballs after Hogan had only defended it once in the prior 6 months, and that was at Bash(Baywatch)