Someone on another forum floated the idea of creating playlists on the WWE Network to send to other people. Best of [company], Best of [year], Best of [wrestler], etc. etc. One idea for such a playlist was custom PPVs...
8 matches total - a hot opener - a lower card title match (cruiserweight, TV, euro, hardcore, etc) - a solid undercard match - a midcard title match (IC, US, etc.) - a womens match - a tag title match - a gimmick match (ladder, last man standing, cage, hell in a cell, etc.) - a main event, world title match
No wrestler used more than once. Other than that, there's no real rules. You could have WWF and WCW matches on the same card, or matches spanning different eras appearing one after another. Or you could keep things neat and tidy and use only one company/one generation of wrestlers.
For example - WWF 2000-2002
Rey Mysterio vs Kurt Angle (SummerSlam 2002) Hardcore Title - Raven vs Rhyno (Backlash 2001) Rob Van Dam vs Goldust (No Way Out 2002) Intercontinental Title - Chris Jericho vs Chris Benoit(Backlash 2000) Trish Stratus vs Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley (No Way Out 2001) Tag Title TLC match - Edge and Christian vs Hardy Boyz vs Dudley Boyz (SummerSlam 2000) Non-Sanctioned Streetfight - HHH vs Shawn Michaels (SummerSlam 2002) WWF Title - Steve Austin vs The Rock (WrestleMania X-7)
I'd love to see this kinda thing made an official feature of the WWE Network. (I'd settle just for chapter-skipping ability-- if you want to see an entire match plus the entrances, you usually can't get it precise enough to avoid catching the end of the previous match).
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In JR's Confidential piece, he said that he contacted Austin on the Sunday and told him what they were planning for RAW. Austin told him that they either change it or he's not doing the show. He showed up, it wasn't changed, he left.