Tonight, In This Very Ring: A Collection of Wrestling Timelines

DragonChase: TLC 2013
  • TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2013

    Venue: Toyota Center in Houston, Texas
    Attendance: 15,000
    Announce Team: Michael Cole/Jerry Lawler/JBL​

    Pre-Show Match: Fandango (w/Summer Rae) d. Dolph Ziggler

    We can keep this match from OTL, but I imagine the ripples are hitting this TL nicely now that we have a new champion.

    The Shield d. Randy Orton/Big Show/Rey Mysterio in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    And in starting that trend, we have Hunter being very upset at Orton for failing to keep the title, Mysterio and Big Show come to aid him, but all three are given an ultimatum: If they don't win the match, they're fired. And when Reigns Spears the Big Show and picks up the win, then it leaves three Superstars out of a job.

    AJ Lee (c) (w/Tamina Snuka) d. Natalya for the WWE Divas Championship

    Same match from OTL, but with more at stake given Natalya's performance at Survivor Series. AJ still keeps, riding on Tamina's shoulder like they're Shawn and Diesel.

    Big E Langston (c) d. Ryback (w/Curtis Axel) for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Instead of Sandow, Big E goes up against the Big Guy in a Big Match full of BIG. Hoss fight, my guys. Hoss. Fight. Big Ending wins it for Big E.

    Cody Rhodes/Goldust (c) d. The Real Americans (w/Zeb Colter) Tons of Funk (w/Cameron and Naomi) and R-Truth/Xavier Woods in a Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship

    Okay, so we took a few teams out of this match, so we'll put some teams in. One thing from OTL that's gone is the stupid Woods-Clay "you took my theme song" feud because Xavier Woods' NXT theme fucking slaps. It is a crime that it didn't get brought up to the main show. We bring the noise here in this TL. Here, the Real Americans go out so we can sell Woods, show off him and Truth having good tag chemistry (They were TNA tag champs... on the same day they lost the titles. And the titles were mainly held by Killings and Pacman Jones... what was I talking about?) with Swagger taking the pin. They're next to go out after Tons of Funk squash R-Truth in the corner before pinning him. Tensai takes the fall, though and that starts trouble with Brodus, who does a post-match Exploder and storms off without the Funkadactyls.

    Kofi Kingston d. The Miz

    Keep the match, but take out the No-DQ stip. Save that for...

    Bray Wyatt (w/Luke Harper and Erick Rowan) d. CM Punk (w/John Cena) in a No Disqualification Match

    Now, this is that good stuff. Punk and Cena work together here, but Bray's mind games start working against them and a few mistakes result in Punk finally snapping at Cena, yelling at him and eventually hitting him with a GTS... but that just leaves Punk open for Sister Abigail's Kiss (It was still called Sister Abigail's Kiss, right? They hadn't switched to just Sister Abigail at this point?) The tension is building between Punk and Cena.

    Daniel Bryan (c) d. Damien Sandow (c) in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Title Unification Match for the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships

    Sorry, Damien. I kinda screwed you over there, but look on the bright side. You're getting to main event a PPV and you're in a match with Daniel Bryan. It's a good match, though I'd probably only go 20 minutes with it. Give another five to Punk-Wyatt. But hey, Sandow gets a moment to shine and don't worry, he'll get a consolation prize soon. The story is simple, Triple H set the unification so that he could try and get the belt on someone he believes is more worthy (and an easy pawn to manipulate) and get the belt off D-Bry. But Bryan overcomes Triple H's machinations and now has become the undisputed WWE World Heavyweight Champion. YES! YES! YES!
     
    DragonChase: Royal Rumble 2014, Part 1
  • Royal Rumble 2014

    Venue: Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Attendance: 18,000
    Announce Team: Michael Cole/Jerry Lawler/JBL​

    Pre-Show Match: The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper/Erick Rowan) (w/Bray Wyatt) d. Cody Rhodes/Goldust (c) for the WWE Tag Team Championship

    In place of the Outlaws, the Wyatts come down on Cody and Goldust, destroying the two to claim the first set of gold for the Family. Bray laughs from his rocking chair as his disciples stand over the falling Rhodes brothers.

    Daniel Bryan (c) d. Batista for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

    So, this show was light on matches in OTL and in fact, I'm cutting a whole match out from this, so this is gonna be a show made of only four matches, counting the Rumble. The story here is simple: Triple H has called in an old buddy from Evolution as someone more deserving of the title. That's the thing that was often forgotten about the storyline, all the talk about Daniel being undeserving of the title should've lead to him defying the odds, but instead the booking would just reinforce the notion. Here, Hunter has done everything he can to stop Daniel and since that didn't work, he's gonna do everything in his power to put an end to the growing "Yes Movement" by bringing in Batista. Batista, after all, ticks a lot of boxes for Triple H as to what a star should be. He's big, he's strong, he's good looking. Hell, he's part of the MCU! Batista big times D-Bry on the way. When he left in 2010, he remembers seeing Daniel stuffing programs and climbing monkey bars. The fact that he's WWE World Champion means there are no more real men in WWE and that's what Batista is here for.

    Of course, D-Bry might be smaller. but he's tenacious. He's a kicking machine and he works over as much of Batista as he can, knocking him out with the Solid Knee Plus to keep his title.

    John Cena d. CM Punk in a Loser Leaves WWE Match

    And next up we have another big match for the company, the last ever John Cena vs. CM Punk match. The Loser Leaves stipulation is kayfabe, to allow Punk to rest up, but he would eventually leave for real. But this match is another classic from these two, ending with an STF locked in and Punk passing out from the pain. However, there's one more added stipulation to the match. The winner gets to enter the Royal Rumble.

    At #1.
     
    DragonChase: Royal Rumble 2014, Part 2
  • The 2014 Royal Rumble Match

    #1: John Cena
    #2 Seth Rollins


    And without even letting Cena get up, Rollins is sent out. For added fun, Triple H is offering a bonus of $100,000 to whoever eliminates the #1 guy from the Rumble. Rollins and Cena go at it.

    #3: Damien Sandow

    And here comes the last World Heavyweight Champion. He hasn't gotten his consolation prize, but he's willing to help eliminate Cena here to get that bonus. Could get him a fine art piece for his home.

    #4: Cody Rhodes

    And Cody comes in to pull off Sandow, looking to deprive him of the Rumble win given how Sandow deprived him of the Money in the Bank briefcase.

    #5: Kane

    And here comes the Corporate Demon to help Rollins in trying to eliminate Cena.

    #6: Alexander Rusev

    So, I remember when I first saw Alexander Rusev. It was a Skype call watching this Rumble and everyone in there, myself included, pegged Rusev as another lumbering big man wrestler who wasn't gonna make it long. And then he just shot out like a fucking cannonball and hit Rollins with this amazing spinning heel kick and everyone was shocked. And he brings the noise here, just throwing superkicks at everyone before turning to help Rollins and Kane.

    #7: Jack Swagger

    Now, Swagger would certainly like the hundred grand, but he also doesn't like this big Bulgarian dude and really, who doesn't wanna see these two hosses throw each other around.

    #8: Kofi Kingston

    Kofi jumps in after Rollins, breaking them off and leaving Cena to mount a comeback against Kane.

    #9: Jimmy Uso

    Jimmy goes in to help Kofi against Seth while Rusev and Swagger duke it out. Cena manages to toss Kane out (30, Kane) and Sandow sends out Cody (29, Cody)

    #10: Goldust

    Goldust goes in to avenge his brother while Cena charges into the Rusev/Swagger fight, helping Swagger to send out the Bulgarian Brute (28, Rusev) before Swagger turns on Cena.

    #11: Dean Ambrose

    Ambrose rolls in to save his Shield running mate. The fights are now Cena/Swagger, Goldust/Sandow, and Kofi/Jimmy vs. The Shield.

    #12: Dolph Ziggler

    Ziggler goes to help Cena against Swagger since the two have history to play off of. It's looking like Swaggie Time might be over.

    #13: R-Truth

    R-Truth joins Kofi and Jimmy in fighting the Shield while Ziggler and Cena toss out Swagger (27, Swagger) and Sandow finishes off the presence of the Rhodes brothers in this match (26, Goldust) Ziggler goes after Sandow while Cena joins the babyfaces fighting the Shield. The Shield stand their ground, but things aren't looking good.

    #14: Kevin Nash

    And now things are about to get worse for the Shield. It's Big Sexy Daddy Diesel Cool Steel Oz! It's now become five against two and it looks like the Shield might not make it much farther. The two try to focus on Cena but get pulled off him no matter what.

    #15: Roman Reigns

    IT'S TIME TO MAKE ROMAN LOOK REALLY STRONG! Roman charges in with Spears for everyone! Nash gets a Spear! Kofi gets a spear! Jimmy gets a spear! R-Truth gets a Spear! Cena gets a Spear! SPEAR CITY, BITCH!

    The Shield toss out some bodies. Ambrose sends out R-Truth (25, R-Truth) and Jimmy Uso (24, Jimmy) while Roman sends out Kevin Nash (23, Nash) and Kofi Kingston (22, Kofi) though he does the guardrail save so it takes longer than usual.

    #16: The Great Khali

    And without even a blink, the Shield go ahead and toss this lumbering log of a man out (21, Khali) before turning their attention to Cena. Meanwhile, Dolph has sent Sandow packing (20, Sandow) and is looking to help out Cena.

    #17: Sheamus

    And Sheamus comes in to help even the score, making it the Shield vs. Cena/Ziggler/Sheamus as we draw closer to the end.

    #18: The Miz

    Miz opts to come in and stick to a corner to watch the fireworks as the six-man brawl gets underway.

    #19: Fandango

    Fandango dances his way to the ring, and as soon as he gets in, he gets dropped with a Skull Crushing Finale.

    The fight stops and everyone looks as the fallen Fandango rises... only to catch a Spear from Reigns. Who then tosses him to Sheamus for a Brogue Kick. Fandango then gets Curbstomped by Rollins and then staggers into a Zig-Zag. As he begins to come back to, he's hit with a Dirty Deeds from Ambrose and then tossed to Cena for the AA. Roman then grabs him and sends him out (19, Fandango)

    It's these moments that always make me happy when I book Royal Rumbles.

    Everyone goes back to fighting, Miz settles into his corner and here comes the 20th man.

    #20: Bray Wyatt

    Miz makes a point to give Bray space, taking another corner while Bray settles himself in his own corner. Just sits and waits.

    #21: Antonio Cesaro

    Cesaro goes after Ziggler, looking to pay him back for eliminating Swagger. This causes some problems for the team fighting the Shield, especially when Miz pulls Cena away to fight him. Poor Sheamus is now left on his own and gets sent out as the three manage to overpower him, Reigns spearing him off the apron (18, Sheamus)

    #22: Luke Harper

    Oh, here we go. As soon as Harper is in, he and Bray start attacking the Shield. It's 3-on-2 in the Shield's favor, but Bray and Harper are newer and Seth's been in since #2, so it evens out.

    #23: Jey Uso

    Jey comes in to help his cousin fight off Harper, but ends up getting thrown out (17, Jey) which riles Roman up.

    #24: JBL

    An attempted Superman Punch to Harper sends JBL over and out (16, JBL)

    #25: Erick Rowan

    And now it's a party. Shield vs. The Wyatt Family in the Royal Rumble! Meanwhile, Cena sends out Miz (15, Miz) and Ziggler overcomes Cesaro (14, Cesaro)

    #26: Ryback

    Ryback charges right for Cena, the two throwing hands. Roman eliminates Rowan (13, Rowan) while Harper takes out Ambrose (12, Ambrose)

    #27: Alberto del Rio

    And here comes Del Rio to fight Ziggler. The Wyatt/Shield fight thins down again Roman sending out Harper (11, Harper) and Bray tossing out Seth (10, Rollins)

    #28: Brock Lesnar

    Ohhhhh shit. Lesnar shoves Roman and Bray aside as he beelines for Cena, suplexing Ryback off of him and then clotheslining John right out of the match (9, Cena) before climbing out himself (8, Lesnar) and just destroying Cena. It's absolute devastation. If there's an announce table left, Cena's going through it. Lesnar gives him an F5 on stairs, lets out a primal scream and storms off, $100,000 richer.

    #29: Big E Langston

    Langston comes in to face off against Ryback, leaving us with Roman/Bray, Ziggler/Del Rio, and Langston/Ryback. The last one. Who is the final entrant in the Royal Rumble? Who is gonna face Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania XXX?

    #30: Triple H

    Yep. You knew this was coming. But Triple H doesn't get in immediately. First, he waits to see who is left. Roman eliminates Bray (7, Wyatt) while Ziggler sends out Del Rio (6, Del Rio) and Ryback does a Gorilla Press to send out Big E (5, Langston) Ziggler plays pinball for the two hosses, but Roman fights Ryback for the elimination and Ryback instead gets tossed out (4, Ryback)

    Then Triple H walks in, gives Ziggler a Pedigree and leaves him for Roman (3, Ziggler) only for Roman to be sneak tossed out by Hunter at the end (2, Reigns)

    Let's get some NOs going here. 1.) Triple H wins the Royal Rumble. NO! 2.) He did it after only being in the match for five minutes. NO! NO! 3.) He deprived a newer talent of the main event spot. NO! NO! NO! 4.) If my math is right, he deprived Reigns of his record-breaking twelve eliminations. NO! NO! NO! NO! 5.) He's going to try and take the world title from Daniel Bryan.

    NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!
     
    DragonChase: Elimination Chamber 2014
  • Elimination Chamber 2014

    Venue: Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Attendance: 15,000
    Announce Team: Michael Cole/Jerry Lawler/JBL​

    Pre-Show Match: Cody Rhodes/Goldust d. The New Dangerous Alliance (Curtis Axel/Ryback)

    Instead of RybAxel (that sounds like some sort of terrible OTC drug. Post in the replies what you think RybAxel is meant to be taken for,), we'll go with them being Heyman's New Dangerous Alliance. Same match as OTL, though.

    Big E Langston (c) d. Jack Swagger (w/Zeb Colter) for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Same match as OTL, but Big E gets to keep his surname.

    The Prime Time Players d. The Usos

    We'll save the break-up between Darren and Titus for later. No need to break them up, really.

    The Wyatt Family (c) d. The Shield for the WWE Tag Team Championship

    Same match as OTL, but with the added twist that when Reigns goes for the Spear on Bray, the lights suddenly cut out and Kane is left laying where Bray would've been. Then Bray lands Sister Abigail to keep. So, Kane's here in the Wyatt Family. Seeds of a future TL but also to fix a later booking problem for WrestleMania XXX.

    Cameron d. AJ Lee (c) (w/Tamina Snuka) for the WWE Divas Championship by disqualification

    Yeah, keep this match too...

    Daniel Bryan (c) d. Alberto del Rio, Antonio Cesaro (w/Zeb Colter), Christian, John Cena and Sheamus in an Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

    Also, Cesaro keeps his forename as he and Sheamus meet first. Del Rio comes out third, followed by Christian. Then Cena arrives and D-Bry is last out.

    We get Sheamus eliminated by Christian, followed by D-Bry ending Christian's in-ring career (this was his last PPV match.) John Cena sends out Del Rio while Bryan eliminates Cesaro. Finally, we end on Bryan vs. Cena, which ends after another Solid Knee Plus. Daniel Bryan wins again, shakes Cena's hand and as he leaves... Batista and Orton storm the chamber, taking it to D-Bry. Batista Bomb, RKO, it's a prison beating. Cena goes for the save but is met with a sledgehammer shot by Triple H. Hunter walks into the chamber, where he is handed the American Dragon. He hits a spinebuster before picking D-Bry up, putting his head between his legs, does a crotch chop, hooks the arms.

    Pedigree, followed by a three-count by Orton. The message has been made. WrestleMania XXX.
     
    DragonChase: WrestleMania XXX
  • WrestleMania XXX

    Venue: Pontiac Silverdome Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana
    Attendance: 75,167
    Announce Team: Michael Cole/Jerry Lawler/JBL​

    Pre-Show Match: The Usos d. The Colons, The New Dangerous Alliance and The Prime Time Players in a Fatal Four-Way Tag Team Elimination Match

    There are no tag titles on this, but it's a fun match. The Colons get taken out by the PTP to kick things off, followed by Ryback taking the fall, given the PTP two eliminations. However, a Double splash to Darren Young gets them the win and we do the break-up here, Titus hitting a big Spinebuster to Darren before storming off.

    Damien Sandow d. Big E Langston (c) for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

    We got extra time, so we give these two ten minutes to work, but Sandow finally gets his consolation prize. Terminus victory, Sandow gives a courtsey to the crowd. You're welcome.

    The Shield d. The Wyatt Family (c) (Luke Harper/Erick Rowan/Kane) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship

    So, in place of the Outlaws, Kane is put with the Wyatts and takes the Triple Powerbomb. We give this an extra ten minutes, though it is seen as a weaker match to their Elimination Chamber bout. Kane gets bounced out for his failure.

    Antonio Cesaro wins the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

    Yep. Keep this OTL match as well. Antonio wins the big trophy. King of Swing!

    Brock Lesnar d. John Cena

    I was gonna do the OTL match, but I realized that I had a storyline to tell here after the Rumble. Brock destroys Cena here. Just Suplex Cities him before hitting three F5s and puts him away.

    AJ Lee (c) d. Natalya in a Lumberjill Match for the WWE Divas Championship

    Lumberjills: Alicia Fox, Brie Bella, Cameron, Emma, Eva Marie, Layla, Naomi, Nikki Bella, Summer Rae, Tamina Snuka

    Just have this match to get some Divas on the card, do some Lumberjill spots and end it with the Black Widow. Have it go for ten minutes.

    Bray Wyatt (w/Erick Rowan and Luke Harper) d. The Undertaker

    And Bray Wyatt ends the Streak. It's a risk, but there's no chance people are ever gonna turn Bray face, so we give him the hard push to the new face of fear in the WWE. Undertaker is tenacious, fights off Harper and Rowan. Tombstone to Rowan, to Harper, to Wyatt. Bray spiders up from the Tombstone, crawling back to the corner. It all ends with Sister Abigail. Bray Wyatt has claimed the Streak and the power of the Deadman.

    Daniel Bryan (c) d. Triple H in a No Holds Barred Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

    And we have the OTL opener with some added plunder and interference from Orton and Batista. The American Dragon overcomes the run-ins and the beatings, even while Triple H kicks out of the Solid Knee Plus, he soon locks in the Yes Lock and while Hunter struggles to break free, he soon taps. Daniel Bryan retains at WrestleMania XXX! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES!

    ...Yes.
     
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    The NWA Invasion
  • The NWA Invasion

    Suggested by @TheMatthew25 we begin a timeline looking into Jim Cornette's failed NWA stable, created by Vince Russo purely to rib him. But let's go with Cornette having a little more say in the idea and with it, a change to who goes in. Basically, the problem with the NWA stable besides poor booking was poorer membership. Among its membership were Cornette (fantastic mouthpiece), Jeff Jarrett (underrated in his time in the WWF), The Rock 'n' Roll Express (past their prime), Barry Windham (same), The New Midnight Express (why) and Dan Severn (talented, but uncharismatic.)

    So, let's whittle down some members to a core group. Cornette obviously stays, then go with Severn. He's NWA World Champion. We keep Jarrett since he's a solid worker and he's good for part of what I want to do with the stable, tearing down the cartoon bullshit of the WWF. Who better to represent that than a guy who got his start as a country-singing cowboy? Finally, we drop the Rock 'n' Rolls, Windham and Bob Holly, trade them in for Bradshaw and have him team up with Bart Gunn instead. Just two tough brawling dudes, a lot younger than any other team I could pick since I wanted to focus on younger stars, and two guys who also started off with a bit of goofiness who are now showing that they can mess you up.

    This all starts in January, so you'd think there'd be some messing around on the PPV. Well, apart from some run-ins on the lower card matches, no. Sure, they'll target Goldust (for being a cartoon character, especially now that he's becoming TAFKA Goldust), they'll target the Outlaws (they have the tag titles and Bart's got a grudge against Billy) and maybe Jarrett will jump the Rock (currently holding the IC title) but tonight the plans are to jump straight into the Rumble to kick things off.
     
    The NWA Invasion: Royal Rumble 1998
  • The 1998 Royal Rumble Match

    #1: Cactus Jack
    #2: Chainsaw Charlie


    Oh, hell to the yeah! Let these two go full boar on each other to start things off.

    #3: Tom Brandi

    And he's tossed by both men, who continue brawling (30, Brandi)

    #4: The Rock

    Rocky comes in and the two turn on him, now making it 2-on-1,

    #5: Mosh

    Mosh dives in to help Rock, making for an odd tag team.

    #6: Phineas I. Godwinn

    And Phineas charges in to help with the Jack/Charlie team, turning the tables.

    #7: 8-Ball

    And 8-Ball peels off Phineas, making for the worst fight here, Phineas/8-Ball. Also, why wasn't he set for #8? Come on, Vince! It's right there!

    #8: Bradshaw

    No longer a Blackjack and now just Bradshaw, he joins 8-Ball in attacking Phineas.

    #9: Owen Hart

    Goes right for the Rock, leaving poor Mosh to fend for himself against Cactus and Chainsaw. It doesn't end well for him (29, Mosh)

    #10: Steve Blackman

    In comes the karate man to fight 8-Ball because fuck it, why not? Meanwhile, Bradshaw clotheslines Phineas out (28, Phineas) and then sits back. Fights right now are Cactus/Chainsaw, 8-Ball/Blackman and Owen/Rocky.

    #11: D-Lo Brown

    YOU LOOKIN' AT THE REAL DEAL NOW! D'Lo comes over to help Rock eliminate Owen.

    #12: Kurrgan

    Kurrgan lumbers his way to the ring and boots out Blackman (27, Blackman) and 8-Ball (26, 8-Ball) before everyone in the ring crowds him and throws him over (25, Kurrgan) before things resume as normal.

    #13: Marc Mero

    Mero goes right after Bradshaw, the two throwing hands while Chainsaw Charlie sends out Cactus Jack (24, Cactus) and goes right after the Rock, making it the weird combination of Owen/Funk vs. Rock/D'Lo

    #14: Ken Shamrock

    And things aren't looking good for Owen now. Though Shamrock just gives suplexes to him and Rock, making it a three-way while Chainsaw Charlie pounds away at D'Lo.

    #15: Thrasher

    Thrasher goes to avenge his buddy Mosh as Charlie takes out D'Lo (23, D'Lo) but Thrasher fares no better against the old sumbitch (22, Thrasher)

    #16: Mankind

    Mankind, however, is gonna do pretty good against Chainsaw Charlie. He's here to avenge his good friend Cactus Jack, and he'll make sure Funk pays for sending him out. Meanwhile, Mero got sent out by Bradshaw (21, Mero)

    #17: The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust

    Oh holy hell, I'm doing this... okay, so Goldust goes for Bradshaw, getting all freaky and getting his head taken off with a lariat for his troubles.

    #18: Jeff Jarrett

    And Jarrett goes to help out Bradshaw, the two working over Dustin.

    #19: The Honky Tonk Man

    Bradshaw stops to throw Honky out with a clothesline (20, Honky) before turning back to Goldust. Mankind finally heaves Charlie out (19, Charlie) before targeting the Rock, splitting him off from the triple threat and leaving Owen and Shamrock to duke it out.

    #20: Ahmed Johnson

    Oh shit, Ahmed's in a bad moon, you guys. I think he forgot to take his medication. He goes right for Rocky and starts pounding on him while Dustin gets sent out (18, Goldust)

    #21: Mark Henry

    And here comes the World's Strongest Man to take care of Ahmed.

    #22: Skull Triple H

    It was supposed to be Skull, but he got jumped by Los Boriquas, so instead, we get Hunter, who goes after Rocky. Rock has just tossed out Mankind (17, Mankind) so he's ready to meet Triple H.

    #23: Kama Mustafa

    Kame makes his way out to help Mark tossed out Ahmed (16, Johnson) before deciding to fight Jarrett and Bradshaw. So far, the fights are now Owen/Shamrock, Triple H/Rocky and the NWA vs. the Nation.

    #24: Stone Cold Steve Austin

    Stunners for everybody! And he throws out a few dudes while he's at it! He takes out the entire NWA/Nation fight (15, Kama) (14, Bradshaw) (13, Henry) (12, Jarrett) and wrecks the Owen/Shamrock fight by sending out Shamrock (11, Shamrock)

    As the dust settles, we now have Austin, Rock, Owen and Triple H.

    #25: Henry O. Godwinn

    And Henry eats a Stunner before being sent packing (10, Henry)

    #26: Savio Vega

    And Savio also eats a Stunner, into a Rock Bottom, followed by a Pedigree before Owen dropkicks him out (9, Vega)

    #27: Faarooq

    You'd think Rock would want Faarooq's help, but instead he tosses him out too! (8, Faarooq)

    #28: Dude Love

    Dude Love comes in to avenge Mankind, but gets sent out by Rocky instead (7, Dude Love)

    #29: Chainz

    Everyone tosses out Chainz (6, Chainz) and we get the last man!

    #30: Vader

    And it's Vader Time! Vader just tosses everyone around, sending out Owen (5, Owen) and Triple H (4, Triple H) before Rock and Austin work together to send him out (3, Vader) and Austin, as he does, wins by tossing out the Rock (2, Rock)

    Yeah, you know the drill, Austin wins and Michaels retains the title while fucking up his back. This is more about planting some seeds.
     
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    The NWA Invasion: No Way Out of Texas
  • No Way Out of Texas: In Your House

    Venue: Compaq Center in Houston, Texas
    Attendance: 16,110
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    (Dark: Marc Mero d. Savio Vega)

    The Headbangers d. The Nation of Domination (Kama Mustafa/Faarooq) (w/Mark Henry)

    We replace Mero and Goldust with two Nation members for the opening match. Stage Dive to Faarooq wins it for the pair.

    Taka Michinoku (c) d. Pantera for the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship
    The Godwinns d. The Quebecers


    Two OTL matches before we start seeing some changes.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette and Bradshaw) d. The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/Luna Vachon) for the NWA North American Championship

    And like with the Cornette Call, Jarrett puts Dustin away with a Figure Four and this begins a change in Dustin. As long as he wears the facepaint, he will always be a loser. All that jazz.

    The Rock (c) (w/D'Lo Brown) d. Ahmed Johnson for the WWF Intercontinental Championship

    And we send off Ahmed with a big IC title bout. Rock Bottom and he's done.

    Kane (w/Paul Bearer) d. Vader
    Cactus Jack/Chainsaw Charlie/Owen Hart/Stone Cold Steve Austin d. The New Age Outlaws/Triple H/Ken Shamrock (w/Chyna) in an Unsanctioned Eight-Man Tag Team Match

    Mostly OTL match, but replacing Vega with Shamrock. Same finish as the OTL match, though. Plus, Kane/Vader stays as well.
     
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    The NWA Invasion: WrestleMania XIV
  • WrestleMania XIV

    Venue: FleetCenter in Boston, Massachusetts
    Attendance: 19,028
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw win a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contenders to the WWF Tag Team Championship

    Entrants: Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw, Los Boricuas I (Savio Vega/Miguel Perez Jr.), Los Boricuas II (Jose Estrada Jr./Jesus Castillo), The Truth Commission (Recon/Sniper), Bart Gunn/Chainz, The Nation of Domination I (Mark Henry/D'Lo Brown), The Nation of Domination II (Faarooq/Kama Mustafa), The Quebecers, The Rock 'n' Roll Express, The Headbangers, Too Much, Disciples of Apocalypse (8-Ball/Skull), Steve Blackman/Flash Funk, the Godwinns and LoD 2000.

    So, okay. I decided that instead of Bart Gunn, we're gonna have Dustin join the NWA. It helps that he has the heritage behind him. They last eliminate the Legion of Doom, becoming the #1 contenders for the tag titles. The NWA has a shot at WWF gold.

    Taka Michinoku (c) d. Aguila for the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship
    Triple H (c) (w/Chyna) d. Owen Hart for the WWF European Championship

    Two OTL matches.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. Marc Mero (w/Sable) for the NWA North American Championship

    And Jarrett now goes after the slightly more serious Mero, but he still gets caught in the Figure Four, not helped by Sable failing as a valet at ringside.

    The Rock (w/D'Lo Brown, Kama Mustafa, and Mark Henry) d. Ken Shamrock for the WWF Intercontinental Championship by disqualification
    Cactus Jack/Chainsaw Charlie d. The New Age Outlaws in a Dumpster Match for the WWF Tag Team Championship
    The Undertaker d. Kane (w/Paul Bearer)
    Stone Cold Steve Austin d. Shawn Michaels (c) (w/Triple H and Chyna) for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship (Guest Enforcer: Mike Tyson)

    And there's all the OTL matches. It's a slow build to when the NWA stable starts causing some trouble. Right now, they're building members.
     
    The NWA Invasion: Unforgiven
  • Unforgiven: In Your House

    Venue: Greensboro Coliseum Complex
    Attendance: 21,427
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    The Nation (The Rock/D'Lo Brown/Kama Mustafa) (w/Mark Henry) d. Faarooq/Ken Shamrock/Steve Blackman in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    Faarooq's out of the Nation! And he takes a Rock Bottom! The Nation is still in Domination mode!

    Triple H (c) d. Owen Hart for the WWF European Championship
    Luna Vachon d. Sable in an Evening Gown Match

    Two more OTL matches, but with Dustin no longer in Luna's corner.

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Rock 'n' Roll Express (c) for the NWA World Tag Team Championship
    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (w/Jim Cornette) d. The New Age Outlaws (c) for the WWF Tag Team Championship

    And we put Dustin and Bradshaw in two tag title matches back to back. First, the two cement themselves as the best of the NWA by beating out Cornette's old enemies the Rock 'n' Roll Express for the NWA tag belts. Following a seven-minute beatdown on Gibson and Morton, next are the Outlaws, who clown Bradshaw and Dustin. And then they get outdone as well, thanks to Dustin's methodical attacks and Bradshaw's stiff brawling. They finish with Dustin hitting the Curtain Call (or Rebel Yell, loathe as I am to use anything from Jim Jividen's works nowadays) to Ricky Morton and Bradshaw destroying Billy Gunn with a lariat.

    The Undertaker d. Kane (w/Paul Bearer) in an Inferno Match
    Dude Love d. Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) for the WWF Championship by disqualification

    And we keep these matches from OTL... should I have 'Taker lose the inferno match? Would that be a good idea to build up a future match between the two? Anyway, new tag champions! NWA! NWA!
     
    The NWA Invasion: Over the Edge
  • Over the Edge: In Your House

    Venue: Wisconsin Center Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Attendance: 9,822
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. Legion of Doom (w/Sunny) for the NWA and WWF Tag Team Championships

    And to start things off, we have Dustin and Bradshaw defending both sets of titles against former NWA tag champs, the LoD. Animal takes the Lariat here.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. Owen Hart for the NWA North American Championship

    Rather than joining the Nation, Owen decides he's had enough of Jarrett's Fargo strutting and talking himself up and he's gonna take the North American title from him. After a good ten minutes between the two, Owen taps to the Figure Four as Jarrett docks a big win.

    Marc Mero d. Sable

    OTL match.

    Kaientai (Sho Funaki/Dick Togo/Men's Teioh) (w/Yamaguchi-San) d. Taka Michinoku/Steve Blackman in a Handicap Match

    We get the surprise betrayal here rather than with Val Venis. Surprise, Blackman! Taka's working with the rest of Kaientai! Have a kick to the head for being such a sucker! It's a shorter match due to the swerve, clocking in at five minutes.

    The Rock (c) d. Faarooq for the WWF Intercontinental Championship

    We'll give that extra five minutes to this match. Rock Bottom keeps it for Rocky.

    Kane (w/Paul Bearer) d. Vader in a Mask vs. Mask Match

    OTL match.

    The Nation (D'Lo Brown/Kama Mustafa/Mark Henry) d. D-Generation X (Triple H/New Age Outlaws) (w/Chyna and X-Pac) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    OTL match, but we sub out Owen for Henry. D'Lo hits the Lo-Down on Triple H to score the pin here.

    Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) d. Dude Love in a Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWF Championship (Guest Ref: Mr. McMahon)

    Yep. Of course, this stays.
     
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    The NWA Invasion: King of the Ring, Part 1
  • 1998 King of the Ring First Round and Quartfinals

    Ooh, the first King of the Ring of this thread. This is gonna be... mostly the OTL set-up for the first two rounds.

    The Rock d. Vader
    Triple H d. X-Pac (Count-Out)
    Owen Hart d. Scorpio (Submission)
    Dan Severn d. D'Lo Brown (Submission)
    Ken Shamrock d. Kama Mustafa (Submission)
    Mark Henry d. Terry Funk
    Jeff Jarrett d. Faarooq
    Marc Mero d. Steve Blackman

    The Rock d. Triple H
    Dan Severn d. Owen Hart (Submission)
    Ken Shamrock d. Mark Henry
    Jeff Jarrett d. Marc Mero
     
    The NWA Invasion: King of the Ring, Part 2
  • King of the Ring 1998

    Venue: Civic Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Attendance: 17,087
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher/Puke) d. Kaientai (Taka Michinoku/Funaki/Dick Togo) (w/Men's Teioh) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    Because why not? I always love the idea of Headbanger Puke. Droz just fits in so nicely with them. Stage Dive to Togo wins it for the Headbangers.

    Jeff Jarrett (w/Jim Cornette) d. Ken Shamrock in a King of the Ring Semi-Final

    In a flip from OTL, Jarrett wins against Shamrock, advancing to the finals. He hits the Stroke to win it.

    The Rock d. Dan Severn (w/Jim Cornette) in a King of the Ring Semi-Final
    Too Much d. Al Snow/Head (Guest Ref: Jerry Lawler)
    X-Pac (w/Chyna) d. Owen Hart


    Three OTL matches. Yeah, NWA World Champion Severn got beat in the semi-finals, but that was due to interference.

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The New Age Outlaws (w/Chyna) for the WWF and NWA Tag Team Championships

    And the NWA keep the tag titles once again. Rebel Yell to Road Dogg ends the match.

    The Rock d. Jeff Jarrett (w/Jim Cornette) in the King of the Ring Final

    So, I was gonna go with Jarrett, but since Austin won't work with Jarrett, I had to give the win to Rocky. However, he does put on a good showing and probably leaves Rocky with a receipt of a bad leg after losing. Attacks him during the crowning, attacks Rock's leg with the scepter and locks him in a Figure Four and just fucks up his leg (kayfabe)

    The Undertaker d. Mankind in a Hell in a Cell Match

    Last OTL match.

    Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) d. Kane (w/Paul Bearer) in a Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWF Championship

    Because I refuse to do a First Blood match with a masked Kane. That's stupid and it wouldn't matter anyway since Austin took the belt back the next day.
     
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    The NWA Invasion: Fully Loaded
  • Fully Loaded: In Your House

    Venue: Selland Arena in Fresno, Califonia
    Attendance: 9,855
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    Val Venis d. Men's Teioh (w/Kaientai)

    Put together a mini-feud of Venis fighting Kaientai, just something to have.

    D'Lo Brown (w/The Godfather) d. X-Pac (w/Chyna)

    OTL match.

    Cactus Jack/Terry Funk d. Faarooq/Scorpio

    We put Cactus here with Terry and they win the match with a piledriver to Faarooq. Just a simple little tag match.

    Mark Henry d. Vader

    Another OTL match. So far it seems we got a pattern for this show of OTL match to altered match.

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Disciples of Apocalypse for the WWF and NWA Tag Team Championships

    And the NWA keeps again! No one can stop Dustin and Bradshaw! NWA! NWA! NWA!

    Owen Hart d. Ken Shamrock in a Dungeon Match (Guest Ref: Dan Severn)

    See? Here's an OTL match now.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Rock (c) in a Two-Out-Of-Three-Falls Match for the WWF Intercontinental and NWA North American Championships

    The match starts with Jarrett getting a DQ loss by smashing King Rocky's wounded leg again. However, he recovers the point by quickly sweeping the leg and pinning Rock. Five minutes in and both men are tied. Another twenty minutes of match follow and Double J targets the leg the whole match, soon getting Rocky in the Figure Four, forcing him to tap and taking the IC title. The NWA has done it again! They've taken another belt from the WWF!

    Jacqueline d. Sable in a Bikini Contest by disqualification (MC: Jerry Lawler)

    Sigh...

    Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) d. Kane, Triple H and the Undertaker in a Fatal Four-Way Match for the WWF Championship

    And instead of the tag title main event, we get a fatal four-way for the big gold. Triple H takes the Stunner here for the loss, with the NWA stable soon stepping out to taunt Stone Cold. They're coming for his belt, but Austin tells them to bring it, maybe give Cornette a Stunner as a warning.
     
    The NWA Invasion: SummerSlam 1998
  • SummerSlam 1998

    Venue: Madison Square Garden
    Attendance: 21,588
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    Heat: The Disciples of Apocalypse (w/Paul Ellering) d. Legion of Doom
    Heat: Gangrel d. Edge
    Heat: Vader d. Too Much

    Change up the Heat matches. Have DoA beat LoD, Gangrel begin his induction of Edge into his Brood and let Vader kill Too Much because that's fun.

    D'Lo Brown (c) d. X-Pac for the WWF European Championship

    Just let the two put on a good, solid midcard match. Lo Down to X-Pac ends it.

    Kaientai (Taka Michinoku/Sho Funaki/Dick Togo/Men's Teioh) (w/Yamaguchi-San) d. The Oddities (Giant Silva/Kurrgan/The Insane Clown Posse) (w/Luna Vachon and Golga) in an Eight-Man Tag Team Match

    Yeah, flip this result and let Kaientai win this one out. All four members of Kaientai pin Giant Silva to win the match.

    Val Venis/Sable d. Marc Mero/Jacqueline in a Mixed Tag Team Match

    And we replace Edge with professional cuckolder Val Venis. Moneyshot to Mero wins the match for them.

    Ken Shamrock d. Owen Hart (w/Dan Severn) in a Lion's Den Match

    A rare OTL match for this show.

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The New Age Outlaws in a No Disqualification Match for the WWF and NWA World Tag Team Championships

    The NWA cannot be stopped! Bradshaw is much more destructive with plunder and just wrecks them both. Rebel Yell to Billy Gunn keeps both sets of belts.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. Triple H (w/Chyna) in a Ladder Match for the WWF Intercontinental and NWA North American Championships

    It's Triple H vs. Double J! The story here adds Cornette's personal disdain with Triple H over the whole Curtain Call, maybe have Cornette point out the only reason Hunter wasn't fired was that he had his buddy Shawn backing him. All that fun shooting that made people watch Cornette back then (and really now too.) Jarrett manages to grab both belts, overcoming Triple H and maintaining control over the IC title.

    Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) d. The Rock and The Undertaker in a Triple Threat Match for the WWF Championship

    Undertaker forces his way into Rock's match, though Rock ends up taking the fall here to the Stunner. Austin keeps, hits a Stunner on Jarrett as he charges in for the post-match attack. Cornette watches from the ramp and thinks. He's thinking...

    Ironically, SummerSlam was where I was gonna stop as it was around where the OTL NWA was dead (give or take a month) but I'm gonna keep them going until we can get that world title. Dr. Death joined back in May, but rather than doing the Brawl for All, we've been building him up with wins on TV. He's not there yet, but I think I know when he'll take it.
     
    The NWA Invasion: Breakdown
  • Breakdown: In Your House

    Venue: Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario
    Attendance: 17,405
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    Heat: Golga (w/Giant Silva, Kurrgan and Luna Vachon) d. Puke (w/The Headbangers)
    Heat: The Hardy Boyz d. Kaientai (Dick Togo/Men's Teioh) (w/Yamaguchi-San)
    Heat: The Disciples of Apocalypse (w/Paul Ellering) d. The Headbangers (w/Puke)

    The Headbangers lose all their matches here and Togo and Teioh take the loss here for Kaientai.

    Owen Hart d. Edge (w/Gangrel)


    OTL match but with Gangrel on the outside, occasionally interfering, but Owen wins.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (w/Jim Cornette) d. Vader

    Because we need an exit match for Vader and we need a PPV debut for Dr. Death. Also, hoss fight. Never forget the hoss fight. Doctor Bomb vs. Vader Bomb and the Doctor Bomb wins it! Dr. Death has arrived!

    D'Lo Brown/Scorpio d. Too Much

    Why D'Lo and Scorpio? Why not D'Lo and Scorpio, I say! 450 Splash to Brian wins it for them.

    Gangrel (w/Edge) d. Al Snow (w/Head)

    Just a good old fashioned brawl ending with an Impaler to the Snowman. Also, Edge joins the Brood. Fun!

    Marc Mero (w/Jacqueline) d. Val Venis (w/Sable)

    Give Mero a win with the TKO.

    The Rock d. Ken Shamrock and Mankind in a Steel Cage Match to determine the #1 contender for the WWF Championship

    Same match from OTL.

    The NWA (Jeff Jarrett/Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw) (w/Jim Cornette) d. D-Generation X (X-Pac/New Age Outlaws) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    The NWA continues to overpower the goofball DX Army. Figure Four to X-Pac wins it for them.

    Kane and the Undertaker d. Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) in a Triple Threat Match for the WWF Championship

    You know the finish of this one. Undertaker and Kane can't pin each other, so they pin Austin at the same time, resulting in the title being held up.
     
    The NWA Invasion: Judgment Day
  • Judgment Day: In Your House

    Venue: The Rosemont Horizon
    Attendance: 18,153
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​
    Heat: Puke (w/The Headbangers) d. Steve Blackman
    Heat: The Oddities (Giant Silva/Golga/Kurrgan) (w/Luna Vachon and the Insane Clown Posse) d. Los Boricuas (Jesus Castillo/Jose Estrada/Miguel Perez Jr.) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match
    Heat: Kama Mustafa (w/Mark Henry) d. Faarooq

    Puke gets a singles win against Blackman, the Oddities match is from OTL and Kama hasn't made the switch to Godfather yet and is joined by Henry in thrashing Faarooq.

    Al Snow/Scorpio d. The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher)

    Just a basic opening tag. The mismatched team of Al and Scorp win here after a Snowplow and 450 to Thrasher.

    Legion of Doom d. The Disciples of Apocalypse (w/Paul Ellering)

    I wanna say that this is the match that wraps up this angle. I think that's right. OTL match, just without Droz and Ellering involved.

    Christian (w/Gangrel and Edge) d. Taka Michinoku (c) (w/Yamaguchi-San) for the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship

    OTL match.

    Val Venis (w/Sable) d. Marc Mero (w/Jacqueline)

    Just have them trade wins. Moneyshot victory. This might be a perpetual feud.

    X-Pac (w/Chyna) d. D'Lo Brown (c) for the WWF European Championship

    OTL match.

    Dustin Rhodes/Bradshaw (w/Jim Cornette) (c) d. The New Age Outlaws for the NWA and WWF Tag Team Championships

    How many times have these teams fought now? Well, this is gonna be the last one as, during a call for a hot tag, Road Dogg suddenly walks in, picks up Billy Gunn and hits him with a Pumphandle Slam, letting Dustin pin him. Road Dogg has turned on DX! We have promos in the following RAW of the Dogg talking about his history with Cornette, working in SMW and the history of the Armstrong family. He admits that since he's joined the WWF, he's betrayed his roots. He's not a roadie, he's not an Elvis wannabe and he's not a jive-talking whiteboy rapper. He's Brian Armstrong, damn it! He's tired of being a childish clown for you punk kids to laugh at! He's going back to his roots!

    I'm thinking that now Brian will be holding the tag belts with Bradshaw while Dustin chases the European title.

    Jeff Jarrett (w/Jim Cornette) (c) d. Mankind for the NWA North American and WWF Intercontinental Championships

    We keep up the shooty nature of this angle by having Jim promo about how Mick used to be a real man's man. When he was Cactus Jack, he was a mad bastard, but he had Corny's respect. He loved seeing Cactus drop the elbow. Now he's a nutcase living in the sewer, wearing a sweatsock on his hand and kissing up to Vince. Mick brings his usual manic brawling, but Jarrett's methodical and he puts Mankind away with the Figure Four.

    The Rock d. Owen Hart

    The winner is declared #1 contender for the WWF title, which will basically mean entry into the Deadly Game.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (w/Jim Cornette) d. Dan Severn (c) for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship (Guest Ref: Ken Shamrock)

    Rather than the injury angle that they ran in OTL, we have Severn meet Dr. Death here for the NWA World title. It's a huge match as both men had been hyped up, Severn as the Beast and Dr. Death having an undefeated run that started back in May. Shamrock tries to play it down the middle, but the tension between him and Severn boil over and Ken clocks Dan, leaving him open for a Doctor Bomb.

    Kane vs. the Undertaker for the WWF Championship ended in a No Contest (Guest Ref: Stone Cold Steve Austin)

    Really, nothing wrong with this. Gotta do the Deadly Game, don't we?
     
    The NWA Invasion: Survivor Series 1998
  • Survivor Series 1998

    Venue: Kiel Center in St. Louis, Missouri
    Attendance: 21,200
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    Heat: Too Much d. The Hardy Boyz
    Heat: The Legion of Doom d. The JOB Squad (Bob Holly/Scorpio) (w/Al Snow and Head)
    Heat: Val Venis d. Tiger Ali Singh (w/Babu)
    Heat: Gangrel (w/Christian and Edge) d. Steve Blackman
    Mankind d. Duane Gill in the First Round of the Deadly Game Tournament

    Apart from a change to LOD to JOB, these are ALL OTL matches. Really, the meat of the changes to the TL is in the tournament. And speaking of.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (w/Jim Cornette) d. Al Snow (w/Head) in the First Round of the Deadly Game Tournament

    Instead of Jarrett, we get Dr. Death. And he demolishes Al here. Doctor Bomb after Doctor Bomb. Doctor Bomb onto Head! It's a slaughter before he mercy kills him with a pin.

    Stone Cold Steve Austin d. Big Boss Man in the First Round of the Deadly Game Tournament
    Steven Regal vs. X-Pac in the First Round of the Deadly Game Tournament (Double Count-Out)

    OTL matches, though Austin just lands a quick Stunner and takes out Boss Man.

    Ken Shamrock d. Dan Severn in the First Round of the Deadly Game Tournament

    Now here's a match worth seeing. Dustin's booked elsewhere on the card, so we bring in Severn to work a match with Shamrock. We can shave the only three minutes off Austin/Boss Man to make that 20 seconds and maybe half Regal X-Pac down so this goes past ten minutes. Shamrock gets Severn to tap at 13:01, making this the longest match in the first round.

    The Rock d. Billy Gunn in the First Round of the Deadly Game Tournament

    A quick Rock Bottom to Gunn wraps up the first round. Triple H was out on injury, so we sub in another D-X member to take a quick fall.

    The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) d. Kane in the Quarterfinals of the Deadly Game Tournament

    OTL match.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (w/Jim Cornette) d. Mankind in the Quarterfinals of the Deadly Game Tournament

    Mankind is furious at the treatment of his good buddy Al Snow, so he goes wild on Dr. Death, but the hoss makes sure to wreck him too. Tears up Mr. Socko for added heat (Our second mascot murder if we count Head getting crushed when Al got Doctor Bombed onto him) and Mankind also falls to the Doctor Bomb.

    The Rock d. Ken Shamrock in the Quarterfinals of the Deadly Game Tournament

    OTL match. Maybe take a bit off for Mankind/Dr. Death, but this ends the same.

    Sable d. Jacqueline (c) (w/Marc Mero) for the WWF Women's Championship (Guest Ref: Shane McMahon)

    OTL match again.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (w/Jim Cornette) d. Stone Cold Steve Austin in the Semifinals of the Deadly Game Tournament

    Oh, hell yeah! Dr. Death vs. Stone Cold! Two of the toughest sons of bitches duking it out right here. Just give them OTL time to duke it out, have Cornette sneak in a racket shot at a critical moment to set up for the Doctor Bomb. Dr. Death advances to the finals!

    The Rock d. The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) in the Semifinals of the Deadly Game Tournament

    And one more OTL match as the Rock is going up against Dr. Death.

    The NWA (Dustin Rhodes/Brian Armstrong/Bradshaw) (w/Jeff Jarrett) d. The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher/Puke) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match for the NWA/WWF World Tag Team Championships

    Hell yeah! Six-man tag! Team NWA is joined by Jarrett on the outside and they're tearing up the Headbangers. Pumphandle Slam by Armstrong to Mosh keeps the tags in the NWA. But that's not what you all came here for.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Rock for the WWF World Championship

    And the NWA now holds the three major titles in the WWF. Really, the European title is just gonna be gravy at this point. Doctor Bombs aplenty for Rocky. He plays babyface the whole way. Nation members block the NWA from interfering, but it isn't enough to save him from the Doctor Bomb. It's all over for Rocky and the NWA are finally on top. Cornette is overjoyed, as he should be while Doctor Death simply walks off with a belt over each shoulder.
     
    The NWA Invasion: Capital Carnage
  • Capital Carnage

    Venue: London Arena
    Attendance: 10,500
    Announce Team: Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler​

    (Dark: Mark Henry d. Steve Blackman)

    The Brood (Gangrel/Edge/Christian) d. The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher/Puke) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    We kick off tonight's special London PPV with the Brood dominating the Headbangers. The Ministry won't really be in focus here since we're coming up on the end of the TL, but this is a wild brawl, ending with an Impaler to Mosh. Get the crowd going.

    Al Snow d. Tiger Ali Singh

    Have I mentioned that I do not allow Tiger Ali Singh to win ever? I've done this PPV three times and Tiger has never won. And never will.

    Owen Hart d. D'Lo Brown

    I feel bad for leaving Owen off the cards on this one. No excuse but laziness, so we'll have him work a match with D'Lo here. Get a win just to throw him a bone.

    Dustin Rhodes (w/Jim Cornette) d. X-Pac (w/Chyna and Triple H) for the WWF European Championship

    Dustin gets strapped up again, adding more gold to the NWA. X-Pac tries, but as fast as he is, he can't keep Dustin down. Rebel Yell puts X-Pac away.

    Val Venis/Sable d. Marc Mero/Jacqueline in a Mixed Tag Team Match

    And this will wrap up Mero, taking one more Moneyshot before he leaves the company.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. Ken Shamrock for the NWA North American/WWF Intercontinental Championships

    This'll be a good match. Jarrett and Shamrock are boys, so they'll work great together. Figure Four wins it for Double J.

    Triple H (w/Chyna) d. Billy Gunn

    See, Billy failed to take the WWF title, which Hunter had hoped would give him an easy way to the belt, so he was kicked out of D-X, which has continued to dwindle. Pedigree to Billy makes this match quick.

    Brian Armstrong/Bradshaw (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Legion of Doom (w/Paul Ellering) for the NWA/WWF Tag Team Championships

    We wrap up the Road Warriors here too. As former NWA tag champions, they have the right to this match, but it goes to Armstrong and Bradshaw. To add insult to injury, Brian puts Hawk on his shoulders, followed by a flying clothesline from Bradshaw. Doomsday Device! It's all over and the NWA keep again!

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Rock for the NWA/WWF World Championships

    And the Rock gets another shot Dr. Death, but it goes no better. D'Lo and Henry keep back the NWA invaders again, but still, it all ends in a Doctor Bomb.

    Stone Cold Steve Austin d. Kane, Mankind and the Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) in a Fatal Four-Way Match (Guest Ref: Gerald Brisco)

    We finish tonight with the only OTL match on the card. Can't go wrong with this four main eventing.
     
    The NWA Invasion: Rock Bottom
  • Rock Bottom: In Your House

    Venue: General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia
    Attendance: 20,050
    Announce Team: Michael Cole/Jerry Lawler​

    Heat: Matt Hardy (w/Jeff Hardy) d. Brian Christopher

    Give Matt a nice little win here on free TV.

    Heat: Faarooq d. Big Boss Man

    Just to do. Dominator win.

    Val Venis d. Billy Gunn

    Billy, not out of DX, is jobbing for a while. It's gonna be a rough time for Billy.

    The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher/Puke) d. The Oddities (Golga/Kurrgan/Giant Silva) (w/Luna Vachon) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    We expand the OTL match to a six-man. Stage Dive to Kurrgan wins it. The Oddities are coming to an end.

    Triple H (w/Chyna and X-Pac) d. Ken Shamrock

    Give Hunter some more momentum by having him beat the World's Most Dangerous Man. Pedigree gets him the win.

    The Brood (Gangrel/Edge/Christian) d. The JOB Squad (Al Snow/Bob Holly/Duane Gill) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match

    Gonna be a lot of six-man tags tonight. We switch Scorpio for Gill, with Duane taking the Impaler from Christian to end the match.

    Jeff Jarrett (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. Owen Hart for the NWA North American/WWF Intercontinental Championships

    We give a shot to Owen, but there's no one who can stop the NWA. Another racket shot costs a face as Owen soon falls to the Figure Four.

    The NWA (Dustin Rhodes/Brian Armstrong/Bradshaw) (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Nation (D'Lo Brown/Kama Mustafa/Scorpio) (w/Mark Henry) in a Six-Man Tag Team Match for the NWA/WWF Tag Team Championships

    Another six-man tag! Despite the efforts of the Nation, the NWA keeps again after a stolen Doomsday Device to Scorpio.

    Dr. Death Steve Williams (c) (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Rock (w/Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon) for the NWA/WWF World Championships

    Really sorry, Rock. That's three straight losses in a row. This might be the most unrealistic part of the TL. Nation and NWA are pretty much wiped from the tag match, but a guitar shot from Jarrett costs Rock this one, leaving him open for a Doctor Bomb. Vince and Shane are here to help Rocky as Mr. McMahon is more than sick of these damn NWA bastards running his show. Cornette gives a nice hard racket shot to Shane and one for Vince to keep them at bay.

    Stone Cold Steve Austin d. The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) in a Buried Alive Match

    And one more OTL main event. Austin wins the right to enter the Royal Rumble Match next year.
     
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