Wrestler A vs. Wrestler B. - Wrestling show in December '93.
Next person posts:
Wrestler B vs. Wrestler K - Wrestling show in June of '85.
- You can't use the same former wrestler from the previous post, like in the case of say
John Cena vs. The Rock - WrestleMania 29
The Rock vs. John Cena - WrestleMania 28
- Must be no less than a page or twenty posts between uses of a wrestler.
Example: Person A says "Wrestler D vs. Wrestler X" Wrestler D would now be unusable for a full page or twenty posts. (X would be used next anyhow)
- You can use tag team matches (of up to five wrestlers per team), in which case the post following it can use one or both members of the latter team of the previous post again. Such as:
The Demolition vs. The Rockers
Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart - WrestleMania XII.
- Battle royals of any type are not permitted.
- No more than four sides to a match. For instance, fourway matches, triple threats and so forth, including tag team variations, would be permitted. However, a match like Elimination Chamber would not. Aside from the side used as a previous link, the next person can then use any of the other two or three sides. For example:
Triple H vs. The Rock vs. Mick Foley vs. Big Show - WWF WrestleMania 2000
The Rock, Big Show and Foley are available for the next person to pick from. The unpicked wrestler(s) can be used, but not immediately afterwards. For instance, following that post with:
The Rock vs. Mick Foley - Royal Rumble '99
Would be inadmissible. Just use ONE side in the next link.
- If you use a wrestler, consider any alias and gimmicks to be used with him as well. For example:
The Undertaker vs. Mankind - WWF King of the Ring '98.
This would mean that Mick Foley and his gimmicks Dude Love and Cactus Jack would all be considered used and unavailable to use again for twenty posts or a full page.
- If you use a wrestler that had a shared gimmick, like Doink the Clown or Sin Cara, then the man using the gimmick in the listed match would be considered used. For example, if you used Mr. Perfect vs. Doink the Clown from their King of the Ring qualifying match in 1993, that would mean Matt Bourne (under the Doink makeup for that match) would be considered used, but Steve Keirn, Steve Lombardi and Nick Dinsmore would still be available for use.
With that said, I'll start off this game anew:
Bret Hart vs. Mr. Perfect - WWF SummerSlam '91