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TEW has been a big part of the forums, whether its from people creating diarys on it or playing it casually, its has had a huge impact to some of us. Would be cool to have thread where can showcase a certain save we are doing or have done in the past and showcase to everybody here on the forums. So feel free show us some of the thing you booked the crazy world of Total Extreme Wrestling!

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WWE 2005


So I did a 2005 Save starting from January 05 to October 05. I know it was short but this was my first save I did so here some the notable things I did.

People I got over:
Muhammad Hassan - I gave him the IC Champion at Wrestlemania, defeating Shelton Benjamin and having lengthy run with the belt. he was about 40 pop when the game first started and now he at 67-68 pop. He would lose the title to Booker T at Unforgiven.

Samoa Joe - I picked up Joe immediately and was in development, he would debut in May and had winning streak. He then feud with Benoit over the Summer with Benoit picking up a surprise roll up win at Great American Bash, but Joe got the win over Benoit at Summerslam. He now sits at about 67 pop and would won the United States title from RVD who had held it since March.

Chavo Guerrero  - Chavo got so much popularity by feuding with Sting over the summer. The feud was primarily Chavo trying to get noticed by Sting and those two at great matches at Great American Bash and at Summerslam. Those two matches got 92 and 93. Chavo now sits at about 65 pop

Christian - Christian was one my main goals, to make him a solid main eventer and he did just that. He started at about 61 pop and now sits about 82 pop. I had Christian compete for the WWE Title, feuding with Cena. He was in the main event of Summerslam with Cena, Jericho, and HBK. If I was gonna continue this, Christian would have won the WWE Title at Survivor Series only to be ruined by Edge via cash in and thus turning him face and having chase for the WWE Title going in to Wrestlemania 22

Notable Signings:

Sting - I signed Sting and he debuted at the Royal Rumble, he then went into a program with The Rock (who was heel) and clashed at Wrestlemania 21 as one of my main attractions. He would have turned heel entering 2006 and have match against the Undertaker at Mania 22 and ultimately retire. 

Jeff Hardy - signed him straight away too, he also debuted at the Rumble was apart of the Money in the Bank Ladder match. Matt Hardy would return the next night and become the Raw Tag Champions by beating Regal and Eugene. Hardy and Matt would beat teams such as Basham Brothers, Rhino & Regal, and Christian & Tomko. They would face in a 6 man tag at Summerslam as they teamed with CM Punk to take on HHH, Ric Flair, and Finlay. Hardy and HHH also ended up having a great match on a episode of Raw.


WHC Title
Triple H (Jan 05 - end of March 05)
Batista (March 05 - Aug 05)
Kurt Angle (Aug 05 - Current)

WWE Title
JBL (Jan 05 - end of March 05)
John Cena (March 05 - Current)

IC Title
Shelton Benjamin (Jan 05 - end of March 05)
Muhammad Hassan (March 05 - Sept 05)
Booker T ( Sept 05 - Current)

US Title
John Cena (Jan 05 - Feb 05)
Eddie Guerrero (Feb 05 - March 05)
Rob Van Dam (March 05 - Current)

World Tag Titles
Eugene & Regal (Jan 05 - April 05)
Hardy Boyz (April 05 - Current)

WWE Tag Titles
Rob Van Dam & Rey Mysterio (Jan 05 - end of Jan 05)
Dudley Boyz (Jan 05 - July 05)
Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysertio (July 05 - Current)

Women's Title
Lita (Jan 05 -
end of March 05)
Trish Stratus (March 05 - Aug 05)
Sara Del Rey (Aug 05 - Current)

Cruiserweight Title
Funaki (Jan 05 - end of Jan 05)
Billy Kidman (Jan 05 - Mid March 05)
Brian Kendrick (March 05 - Current)

Money in the Bank

King of the Ring
Kurt Angle

Top PPV:
Summerslam 2005 (96 A*)

Top 5 Matches:
HBK vs Kurt Angle (WM 21) 99 A*
HBK vs Chris Jericho (RAW) 99 A*
HBK vs Edge, Last Man Standing Match (RAW) 98 A*
Guerrero & Mysterio vs World's Greatest Tag Team (SD) 97 A*
Batista vs HHH, Hell in a Cell (Backlash) 97 A*


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I like the idea! I will post tomorow my 01-02 WWF save, it's a fantasy with Owen still alive and people like Sting signed and the brand split is already on.


Mania x8 card so far: 

Austin vs Goldberg

HHH vs Hogan World Heavyweight Title

HBK vs Angle WWE Title

Owen vs Jericho IC Title

Sting vs Taker

Rock N Sock Connection vs Money Corporation (Shane/Brock Lesnar/Big Show/ A-Train) Handicap match and the winning team, Foley or Shane become GM of SmackDown!

Kane wins The Hardcore Battle Royal and makes the title legit

Tag team unification Rey and Eddie vs Dudley Boyz

US Title and European title 6 man ladder match (Benoit, Edge,Christian,Regal, RVD, ??? )

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NJPW 2018

January 2018 - September 2021

This isn't really a save I had any plan with, I just wanted to get the best matches possible and get as many people over as possible

People I Got Over

Will Ospreay - Will started out the game with around 35-40 pop in Japan, and he is currently residing in the 85-88 range.  He is a former 3 time IWGP Junior Heavyweight champion, 2 time NEVER Openweight champion, 2 time BOSJ winner, and 1 time G1 winner.  He unfortunately sustained a career ending injury, so now I have to push him as a main eventer so he can keep wrestling

Jay White - This save was in 2018, so White was not yet an IWGP champion.  He started at merely 20 pop or so, and he now is at 96-97 with the IWGP Heavyweight championship currently in his grasp.  He has claimed that belt one other time in the save, along with the IWGP Junior Heavyweight and United States championships once.  To top it off, he's won the NEVER Openweight title once and the New Japan Cup once.  He has performed many 100 rated matches in his career, and it's hard to list them all

Ren Narita - Perhaps the man I am the most proud of, Narita has been exceptional since the beginning.  After being placed in my developmental, I've built him up to be a 90 pop 2 time IWGP United States champion, one time NEVER Openweight champion, one time IWGP Junior Heavyweight and Juinor Heavyweight Tag Team champion (with Naoya Nomura, they are fantastic in a team), and a BOSJ winner

Roppongi 3K (SHO and YOH) - Okay I lied, these are the two men I am the most proud of.  Together, the duo have captured 3 IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles and won the Super Junior Tag Tournament.  Along with this, SHO has a IWGP United States championship reign to his name, and both men are sitting at around 90 pop

Hiromu Takahashi - Takahashi found himself in similar situation to White, he had not yet achieved what he needed to have a lot of pop, and thus only had around 20-30.  However, after a few years, Takahashi is now consistently at 94 pop and is a former IWGP Heavyweight champion, IWGP Intercontinental champion, IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champion, IWGP Junior Heavyweight champion, NEVER Openweight champion, and 2 time NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team champion

Notable Signings

AJ Styles - I finally brought him back home, and he's done well, capturing the IWGP Heavyweight championship, IWGP United States championship, and IWGP Junior Heavyweight championship

KENTA - He has certainly done well for himself outside of WWE, mostly in the tag scene.  Teaming with Katsuyori Shibata, they has captured the IWGP Tag Team championships 3 times and even won the NJPW World Tag League.  On top of that, KENTA has won the IWGP United States championship, IWGP Junior Heavyweight championship, and the NEVER Openweight championship

PAC (Neville) - As many of you know, I am an absolutely giant fan of Neville/PAC, and I couldn't resist signing him.  Since his signing, he has amassed around 85 pop with a great NEVER Openweight title reign to his name, and he is just getting started


IWGP Heavyweight

Kazuchika Okada (4) (June 2016 - April 2018) Defenses: 14

Kenny Omega (April 2018  - September 2018) Defenses: 8

Tetsuya Naito (2) (September 2018 - January 2019) Defenses: 19 (I know it's a lot, at this point I was going for rating/popularity only and not much else)

Kazuchika Okada (5) (January 2019 - November 2019) Defenses: 56 (see above)

AJ Styles (3) (November 2019 - February 2020) Defenses: 28

Kenny Omega (2) (February 2020 - May 2020) Defenses: 21

Jay White (May 2020 - September 2020) Defenses: 15

Hiroshi Tanahashi (7) (September 2020 - October 2020) Defenses: 11

Kazuchika Okada (6) (October 2020 - January 2021) Defenses: 25

Hiromu Takahashi (January 2021 - May 2021) Defenses: 33

Jay White (2) (May 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 11

IWGP Intercontinental

Hiroshi Tanahashi (2) (June 2018 - November 2018) Defenses: 22

Kenny Omega (2) (November 2018 - October 2019) Defenses: 39

Hiromu Takahashi (October 2019 - January 2020) Defenses: 12

Mark Briscoe (January 2020 - February 2020) Defenses: 3

Kota Ibushi (February 2020 - April 2020) Defenses: 6

Hiroshi Tanahashi (3) (April 2020 - June 2020) Defenses: 6

Tetsuya Naito (2) (June 2020 - September 2020) Defenses: 6

Dragon Lee II (September 2020 - January 2021) Defenses: 15

Kota Ibushi (2) (January 2021 - March 2021) Defenses: 20

Katsuyori Shibata (March 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 12

IWGP United States

Kenny Omega (July 2017 - February 2018) Defenses: 3

Tetsuya Naito (February 2018 - September 2018) Defenses: 9

Cody (September 2018 - April 2019) Defenses: 16

AJ Styles (April 2019 - October 2019) Defenses: 21

Kenny Omega (2) (October 2019 - January 2020) Defenses: 10

Kazuchika Okada (January 2020 - February 2020) Defenses: 4

Jay White (February 2020 - May 2020) Defenses: 18

Kazuchika Okada (2) (May 2020 - September 2020) Defenses: 7

Ren Narita (September 2020 - October 2020) Defenses: 7

SHO (October 2020 - December 2020) Defenses: 4

Ren Narita (2) (December 2020 - January 2021) Defenses: 8

Ricochet (January 2021 - February 2021) Defenses: 7

KENTA (February 2021 - April 2021) Defenses: 5

Kenny Omega (3) (April 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 8

IWGP Tag Team

Killer Elite Squad (3) (September 2017 - January 2018) Defenses: 0

The Young Bucks (January 2018 - September 2018) Defenses: 9

Okada/Ishii (September 2018 - January 2019) Defenses: 11

KENTA/Shibata (January 2019 - May 2019) Defenses: 15

Motor City Machine Guns (May 2019 - January 2020) Defenses: 20

The Briscoe Brothers (2) (January 2020 - February 2020) Defenses: 5

KENTA/Shibata (2) (February 2020 - March 2020) Defenses: 7

Motor City Machine Guns (2) (March 2020 - September 2020) Defenses: 9

Cody/Omega (September 2020 - December 2020) Defenses: 4

KENTA/Shibata (3) (December 2020 - March 2021) Defenses: 11

Sydal/Ricochet (March 2021 - August 2021) Defenses: 7

The New Era (The Masked Warrior/The Brahma Warrior (two of my created characters)) (August 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 0

NEVER Openweight

Minoru Suzuki (April 2017 - January 2018) Defenses: 0

Hiromu Takahashi (January 2018 - November 2018) Defenses: 14

Will Ospreay (November 2018 - January 2019) Defenses: 1

Jay Lethal (January 2019 - October 2019) Defenses: 21

Kota Ibushi (October 2019 - December 2019) Defenses: 5

Ricochet (December 2019 - January 2020) Defenses: 3

Tetsuya Naito (2) (January 2020 - March 2020) Defenses: 12

Ren Narita (March 2020 - May 2020) Defenses: 8

KENTA (May 2020 - August 2020) Defenses: 7

Kenny Omega (August 2020 - September 2020) Defenses: 4

Adam Cole (September 2020 - September 2020) Defenses: 0

Takumi Tsukamoto (September 2020 - October 2020) Defenses: 3

Jay White (October 2020 - January 2021) Defenses: 14

Will Ospreay (2) (January 2021 - February 2021) Defenses: 4

Neville (February 2021 - May 2021) Defenses: 25 (I like Neville)

Shoko Eastern (added character from game) (May 2021 - June 2021) Defenses: 4

Cody (June 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 2

IWGP Junior Heavyweight

Marty Scurll (November 2017 - January 2018) Defenses: 0

Will Ospreay (2) (January 2018 - March 2018) Defenses: 3

Jay White (March 2018 - March 2018) Defenses: 3

Ryusuke Taguchi (3) (March 2018 - April 2018) Defenses: 3

KENTA (April 2018 - October 2018) Defenses: 11

Kota Ibushi (4) (October 2018 - March 2019) Defenses: 15

Katsuhiko Nakajima (March 2019 - May 2019) Defenses: 4

Dragon Lee II (May 2019 - September 2019) Defenses: 6

Will Ospreay (3) (September 2019 - January 2020) Defenses: 11

Daichi Hashimoto (January 2020 - January 2020) Defenses: 1

Hiromu Takahashi (2) (January 2020 - February 2020) Defenses: 5

AJ Styles (February 2020 - March 2020) Defenses: 3

Ricochet (March 2020 - May 2020) Defenses: 8

Kota Ibushi (5) (May 2020 - August 2020) Defenses: 7

Jay Lethal (August 2020 - November 2020) Defenses: 9

Naoya Nomura (November 2020 - January 2021) Defenses: 10

Jay Briscoe (January 2021 - January 2021) Defenses: 1

Ren Narita (January 2021 - March 2021) Defenses: 3

Leona Fujinami (March 2021 - April 2021) Defenses: 3

Katsuhiko Nakajima (April 2021 - August 2021) Defenses: 8

Akira Tozawa (August 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 0

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team

Roppongi 3K (October 2017 - April 2018) Defenses: 5

Sydal/Ricochet (3) (April 2018 - August 2019) Defenses: 14

The Briscoe Brothers (August 2019 - November 2019) Defenses: 6

Sydal/Ricochet (4) (November 2019 - January 2020) Defenses: 2

Roppongi 3K (2) (January 2020 - October 2020) Defenses: 21

Naito/Takahashi (October 2020 - January 2021) Defenses: 7

Roppongi 3K (3) (January 2021 - February 2021) Defenses: 3

Narita/Nomura (February 2021 - September 2021) Defenses: 14


Nick Jackson (2018)

Will Ospreay (2) (2019)

Jay Lethal (2020)

Ren Narita (2021)

G1 Climax

Tetsuya Naito (3) (2018)

Will Ospreay (2019)

Hiroshi Tanahashi (3) (2020)

Kazuchika Okada (3) (2021)

New Japan Cup

Kenny Omega (2018)

Jay White (2019)

Mark Briscoe (2020)

Cody (2021)

Super J Cup

KUSHIDA (2) (2018)

Kota Ibushi (2019)

Mark Briscoe (2020)

Katushiko Nakajima (2021)

Super Junior Tag Tournament

The Young Bucks (2) (2018)

Sydal/Ricochet (2) (2019)

Roppongi 3K (2) (2020)

World Tag League

TenKoji (4) (2018)

The Briscoe Brothers (2019)

KENTA/Shibata (2020)

Top Event

Too many 100 rated to pick from, my whole top 100 event list is 100 rated

Top Matches

Again, rocking a total of 98 100 rated matches

Company Statistics

NJPW is currently at Global size and has 94 popularity in all areas, the highest possible (I think).  Prestige is currently at 96 and momentum is at 100.  Finance is not too high, only just above $17 million.  Made a devlopmental company called Future Japan Pro Wrestling (FJPW) and my broadcaster is still in need of some improvements.


If you read this whole thing, thank you and I hope you enjoyed reading!











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So this was my WWE 2006 save. It wasn't as long as other saves i've played but it was the first i did play on TEW 2016 and so it was as chaotic, muddled as you could imagine. But at the same time i had a lot of fun during that short time. 
What happens when you lose sense of booking reality? You end up with Steve Austin as WWE Champion in 2006, a Japanese Wrestling Developmental territory, an excessive amount of active wrestlers under a company, championships are hot potatoed and El Hijo del Santo as a road agent.
In world where WCW and ECW have survived until 2006 and most of their final rosters (With a few exceptions like RVD) are signed to the company as well.

People I pushed:
Shinsuke Nakamura - When i signed Nakamura he was around 25 pop in American and by the time Wrestlemania came around i had gotten him to 58 pop. He was feuding with Orton & Beniot for the United States Championship at the time after building up a few victories since his debut. Him and Beniot had a "Mutual respect" story where they were trying to push each other to their limits, teaming on occasion on Smackdown. As of now he is #4 on my Top 5.

Muhammad Hassan & Samoa Joe -  I signed them early into the save not knowing truly what i had planned for them at the time. Triple H at the start of the game was on good terms with Shawn Michaels as the two of them were working as D-Generation X part time but Shawn started wanting to focus on the WWE Championship which Triple H respected. In the background Triple H was working with "rising talent". Later in March during a tag team match Joe & Hassan appeared on Raw attacking Michaels during the match, aligning with Triple H. The plan was to have Monty Brown join the group from OVW eventually. 

Paul Burchill  -   Paul Burchill has always been a favourite of mine and though i didn't play this save long enough to reach as far as i would've liked him and Regal as the Blackpool Rippers were on the cusp of challenging for the WWE Tag Team Champions having a two month winning streak.

Claudio Castagnoli - I pushed Kings of Wrestling as a capable team on Raw but it was Claudio who was the star of the pair. He went from 10 to 41 popularity by May the same year which caught me off guard at the time and i had plans of turning him into a singles star down the line.

Notable Signings:

The Rock -  The Rock returned to WWE just ahead of the Royal Rumble PPV where he declared he was entering the match. This was shaping up to be a big showcase of past and current greats but ultimately he would be unsuccessful. The Rock with his Hollywood persona would go on to form an alliance with the Booker T known as Lost in Hollywood which would later recruit Johnny Nitro & Melina as the stable occupied Smackdown 

Ultimo Dragon - Only as a pay-per appearance Rey Mysterio vs Ultimo Dragon was penned to be a non-title feud for Smackdown with Gregory Helms being antagonising as champion. 

Random Notes:
- I did sign Jeff Hardy but ended up sending him straight to rehab after one Hardy Boys reunion on RAW
- I ended up signing wrestlers like Jim Neidhart, Maven and Perry Saturn just to send them to rehab. I thought since in real life WWE pay for rehab anyway i'd give it a go.
- Rosey abandoned his superhero persona with Gregory Helms, agreeing they were better and formed the team 'Our Time'
- "Your Guidance" Steve Richards was pretty much Doctor Stevie meets Bo Dallas as he would go around the locker room, talk to his opponents in the ring and try to give them life advice, career advice and always unwarranted.
- Ric Flair took Romeo from The Heart Throbs as his protege so i made the team his "entourage"
- One of my favourite building stories was Mick Foley and Kenny Dykstra after Foley decided to take him as his protege in the game. At that point I decided to make him the hardcore protege. Mick consistently insisting his matches be hardcore much to the anguish of Kenny. "Your facing Kane tonight? Hmm, better make it a hardcore match"


WWE Title
John Cena (Game Start - 1st WK, Jan)
Rob Van Dam (1st WK, Jan - 1st WK, April)
Steve Austin (1st WK April - 1st Wk May)
Shawn Micheals (1st WK May - Current)

IC Title
Ric Flair (Game Start - 1st WK, Jan)
Edge (1st WK, Jan - 2nd WK, March)
Ric Flair (2nd WK, March - 4th WK, April)
Carlito (4th WK, April - Current)

World Tag Titles
Big Show & Kane (Game Start - 2nd WK, Jan)
Worlds Greatest Tag Team (2nd WK, Jan - 2nd WK, March)
CM Punk & Colt Cabana (2nd WK, March - 1st WK, April)
Samoa Joe & Muhammad Hassan (1st WK, April - Current)

Women's Title

Trish Stratus (Game Stater - 1st WK April)
Lita (1st WK April - Current)

WHC Title
Batista (Game Start - 4th WK, Jan)
Eddie Guerrero (4th WK, Jan - Current)

US Title
Booker T (Game Start - 1st WK, Jan)
Chris Beniot (4th WK, Jan - 2nd WK, March)
Shinsuke Nakamura (2nd WK, March - Current)

WWE Tag Titles
MNM (Game Start - 3rd WK, Jan)
London & Kendrick (3rd WK, Jan - 1st WK, February)
The Kings of Wrestling (1st WK, February - 1st WK April)
Lost in Hollywood: The Rock & Booker T (1st WK April - Current)

Vixen's Title
Melina (3rd WK, February - Current)

Cruiserweight Title
Kid Kash (Game Start - 1st WK February)
Rey Mysterio (1st WK February - 1st WK, April)
Gregory Helms (1st WK, April - Current)

Other Accolades 

Money in the Bank
Shelton Benjamin

King of the Ring
Shawn Michaels

Top PPV:
Wrestlemania 22 (93 A*)


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WWF 1987

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So... this is my 1987 save. I played it for 8 in game years and i quit after Summerslam 1995. There are many champions, many long reigns and many people i've pushed.

People I pushed:

- Ludvig Borga and Jerry Lawler: This is a pretty obvious one for those who know me. I'm a big Ludvig Borga fan and it's mostly because he's Finnish but also because he's a decent wrestler, he looks menancing and he can be booked as a dominating powerhouse. In my save he won the WWF Intercontinental Championship and he held it for 4 months. I also paired him up with Jerry "The King" Lawler who teamed and managed Borga. They had great chemistry as a team which is why i gave them the WWF World Tag Team Titles which they held for 3 months. Borga remained in the WWF from October 1992 until January 1995. 

Borga's tag team partner Jerry Lawler was hired in October 1988 and he remained in the WWF until i decided to end the save. Lawler started out by beating many main eventers and upper midcarders such as Harley Race, Rick Rude, Honky Tonk Man and Owen Hart. After 1989 started Lawler started a feud with Ric Flair for the WWF Intercontinental Championship and after that he would go on to feud with people like Arn Anderson, Jake Roberts and Honky Tonk Man.


- Owen Hart: Owen Hart joined the WWF in 1987 at the age of 22. He got a big push straight after joining and his first televised victory was against Jim Neidhart on WWF Superstars and his first feud was against The Hart Foundation and he beat both members and his first big win was at the end of the year against Ultimate Warrior. Owen's first title win was in April 1988 which he won from Jim Duggan. Hart held the title for 2 months and lost it in June at Summerslam to Roddy Piper in a great match. He would have many feuds in 1988 and in 1989 he had 3 matches. 1 was the Royal Rumble, 1 was a battle royal at Wrestlemania 5 and 1 was an amazing match against Mr. Perfect on RAW. Owen would sadly get injured and he was out for almost a year. He would return in 1990 in a match where he beat Randy Savage. He would have many matches and a couple of teams leading up to 1995 which is where i currently am.


- Mr. Perfect: Mr. Perfect... he's one of my favorite wrestlers ever and he got a big push in my save. He had a 4 month reign as IC Champion and even though his reign was short he defended his title almost every week and he racked up 26 defenses.

In 1991 Mr. Perfect won the WWF King of The Ring Tournament. He defeated three people in the tournament and those were Ricky Steamboat, Jim Duggan and Rick Rude in the finals. Perfect went on to face Randy Savage at Summerslam and sadly he wasn't able to beat Savage.

Mr. Perfect's reign as WWF Intercontinental Champion.


There are many other people i pushed as well and if i were to list them all... this would take forever and so i won't.


Random Notes:

- Kwang's reign of terror - I didn't put this on the first list because this is gonna be a more in-depth conversation because i have no idea what the hell happened and what the mind set was behind this push, anyway let's get to the point. Kwang or many of you know him as Savio Vega debuted in July 1993 and he started out as Savio Vega and he had many matches which he surprisingly won. He on RAW every week and he had a match and he was also on every single PPV in 1994 and some point he somehow transitioned into Kwang but i can't remember how or why. He had a successful reign as WWF Intercontinental Championship in 1995. He defended his mask on multiple occasions and he eventually lost both his mask and his title to Hunter Hearst Helmsley in 1995 who is the last WWF Intercontinental Champion of this save. Now the weird thing about this push is that i never really planned on it and it sort of just happened. I have no idea why and i also got the feeling when writing this that i was actually gonna make Kwang the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

- The Women's Revolution - When i started this save i decided to scrap the women's division because there was simply not enough good talent to use at the start of the save, but in August 1994 i decided to bring it back. I hired many womens wrestlers such as Colonel Ninotchka, Mayumi Ozaki, Cutie Suzuki and Madusa. My womens division would keep growing and so would the ratings, my biggest star was Cutie Suzuki who is still WWF Women's Champion won the title in a tournament and she was simply one of the best women in the company and a true leader of the women's division.

- Hulk Hogan - This is a quick way to show how one of the biggest stars in the history of pro wrestling did in my company.




100 rated matches and shows:


Title History:

WWF World Heavyweight


WWF Intercontinental 


WWF World Tag Team


WWF King of The Ring


WWF Royal Rumble



That's it then... i loved showcasing this save and i loved going back to it and seeing all the chaos and all the title histories that i caused :D. This is one of my favorite saves i've ever done and i'm very happy that i decided to showcase it.

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WWE August 2018

So, I was looking through some of my saves I had on my PC, and started going through some of my old saves. And, I stumbled upon this save I did with a buddy of mine. Essentially what we did was he booked Raw, and I booked SmackDown. We'd book our shows, then send the save to one an other. We got about a year and a half in before we called it quits on the save. Here is our shows.

People we pushed:

Chad Gable: Man, I don't even know where to begin with this man. When we were drafting out rosters, he was one man I knew I wanted. Gable is a great wrestler in real life, so I wanted him on my roster. I almost immediately put the US title on Gable. I knew I wanted to get the title on a workhorse who could carry the division, and that he did. He went out week after week and out on classics with his US open challenges. He eventually dropped that as I knew this man belonged in the world title scene. Over the following months he could feel the title in his grasps. At the Royal Rumble, Last man eliminated. Over the next few months, he got involved back in the US title scene. Until Hell In a Cell. At Hell in a Cell he would get his break against World Champion Drew McIntyre... And he would win! But, via count out. Over the month after that he kept putting classic after classic on until he got his rematch... And this time, the gold was his. At No Mercy (last PPV booked) Gable captured the World title.

Bray Wyatt: My buddy is a HUGE Bray Wyatt fan, so it is no shock he booked him so strongly. I never booked Bray, so I can't really describe what he was doing with him like I did Gable, but he did give Wyatt an IC Title reign, and Wyatt ended off in the 90's.

Drew McIntyre: Another one I did. I knew from the beginning I wanted Drew to be a star, and boy did I pull this off. Drew was the man I put MITB on. I knew I wanted a no nonsense guy to win the briefcase, and that's exactly what happened. It took Drew about 3 months to cash in when he cashed in at Summer Rage (Our replacement for MITB as we moved that back to Mania) on Kevin Owens. From there he would have a nice 4 month reign before Gable began his reign.

Samoa Joe: Shocker. Joe got a monster push. My buddy had him the entire save, and he did great with him. Joe peaked at A* star during the summer before driopping back down to 93-94 rated pop going into RR and Survivor Series.

Notable Signings:

Kenny Omega: This happened at the height of Omega's pop in Japan. He came over, and is currently toting the IC title.

The Young Bucks: Brought in to feud with The Revival because who doesn't want a Revival vs Bucks feud. They never got their turn with the SD Tag Straps sadly.


Title History:

Raw Tag Titles: 

The Heyman Guys (Brian Cage & Trevor Murdoch)


Raw Women's title:

Current: Ronda Rousey


Intercontinental Championship:

Current: Kenny Omega


WWE Championship:

Current: Samoa Joe


SmackDown Tag Titles

Current: Authors of Pain


SmackDown Women's title

Current:  Becky Lynch


WWE United States Championship

Current: Cody Rhodes


World Heavyweight Championship

Current: Chad Gable


Other Accolades

Men's MITB

Drew McIntyre

Women's MITB

Ronda Rousey

Royal Rumble

Braun Strowman

Best PPV

WrestleMania 34 (100 A*)

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Jeff Hardy wins the Ladder Match and wins his first Singles Championship in WCW.


Rick Rudes first singles match in a long time is spoiled by Savage who beats him.


Los Guerrero’s become 2 Time Tag Team Champs as they win the belts here in this Fatal 4 Way. The dudleys were  the champs coming in. Was really happy and shocked by the rating.


Hall beats the Giant because Hall wouldn’t let the Giant Beat him. Very disappointed in this match. Was hoping for high 80s


Nash defeats DDP. Was hoping for a little bit higher of a rating but overall was fine with this 


Tyson comes out and Knocksout Nash for a pop won’t lead to a match or anything. Probably lol


a dream match that I made happen here. Was really looking forward to this and it freaking delivered. Was so happy. Raven gets the big win 


Didnt expect less from this Stacked Fatal 4 Way for the United States Championship. Angle gets the big win. Flair was champ walking in. 


The Ultimate Dream Match happened here and I was very happy with it. Hart gets the big win going into the new decade. This match was about symbolizing that we are going into a new era. That’s why Hart wins. Was expecting a lower rating so was very happy for this. 



Konnan gets the big win and wins the CW Championship. LAX is running the CW Division.

Here we go the big main event.....


A FREAKING 100! I nearly teared up here. This was the match I always wanted to do at this show since I first started this mod back in December  of 97. This is the match I always wanted to happen. Benoit was always the guy I wanted to break the streak and I was able to bring it to life here. Benoit breaks Goldbergs streak and makes him 80-1. Benoit becomes the World Heavyweight Champion. I was so freaking happy. What a way to end the 90s. Benoit has a big celebration at the end with family. What a way to close the show. Benoit on top.


overall thoughts: I couldn’t be more happier with the results and what I was able to accomplish. I’ve been booking this company since December of 97 and to finally get here to this moment and put on this show was so rewarding especially since Benoit vs Goldberg was always the match I wanted to do at this show and I was able to make it happen. So happy. I don’t know if this will be the end of this save for me. I’m not sure yet but if it is what a way to end it. I’ll post a summary of the company eventually but for now this will be it for this post. Let me know what you thought of the show! 

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