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Season Two

For those interested in joining up for Season Two, or those who want to play again from Season One, please PM me even if you just say 'IN'. I'd like a PM as i'm placing all the entries in a seperate folder so I know for definate who to include in the first league table.

Don't forget, all tables are reset to 0 points for the new season so everybody has a chance right from the start.

So far we have confirmed:

Obi Chris Kenobi (New Entrant)
TSM Fantasy (Season One Entrant)
JHawk (Season One Entrant)
DCH (Season One Entrant)
6foot9 (Season One Entrant)
Twisted Intestine (Season One Entrant)
King Cucaracha (Season One Entrant)
Garth (Season One Entrant)
Sivy (Season One Entrant)
JPopStarKami (Season One Entrant)
Brooklyn Zoon (New Entrant)
Daily Planet (New Entrant)
Fazzle (Season One Entrant)
Beast (Season One Entrant)
Matt Young (Season One Entrant)
Shady Pete (New Entrant)
The Ghost Of BPS (Season One Entrant)
Exslade (New Entrant)
The Buzz (New Entrant)
General Spliff (Season One Entrant)

I will be updating the values of the WWE Superstars soon and when this sentance is replaced by one telling you that you can pick your teams, well, you can start picking your season 2 teams. You've got until the second WrestleMania officially begins and not a second after to enter your first team of Season Two.

You can spend up to and including $50m on your 'roster' but not a penny over.
You must keep the same roster from PPV to PPV, and can trade up to three people out, and as many people as you like in, as long as you stay under or up to your $50m limit.
The deadline is 7pm on the evening of a PPV, and your roster will then be eligible for all of the Raw's, SmackDown!'s and ECW's until and including the PPV after. The PPV on deadline day falls under the previous month.
If you don't include your team by the deadline, then your team from the previous month will be re-used.

Two points for every time a superstar makes an appearance on Raw/SmackDown/ECW/PPV (If a superstar appears two times in one show, then he gets four points, and so on).
Two points for competing in a match on Raw/Smackdown/ECW.
Three points for winning a match on Raw/SmackDown/ECW.
Three points for competing in a match on PPV.
Four points for winning a match on PPV.
Eight points for winning a Title.
Two points for successfully defending a Title.
Two points for appearing during the main event of a Raw/Smackdown/ECW show. This is the final match of a show plus any segment(s) after.
Five points for main eventing a PPV.
Three points for competing in a 'speciality' match.
One point for a weapon shot that connects.
One point for every time a finishing move is hit successfully.

IMPORTANT: Please post your team in the thread every month, but also PM me with your monthly team, otherwise it can't be entered. Your team needs to be posted/sent to me the day before the "month" starts.

Month 1 begins with Raw (10/6/08) and ends with Cyber Sunday (10/26/08).
Month 2 begins with Raw (10/27/08) and ends with Survivor Series (11/23/08)
Month 3 begins with Raw (11/24/08) and ends with Armageddon (12/14/08)
Month 4 begins with Raw (12/15/08) and ends with The Royal Rumble (01/25/08)
Month 5 begins with Raw (01/26/09) and ends with No Way Out (02/15/09)
Month 6 begins with Raw (02/16/09) and ends with WrestleMania (04/05/09)
Season One Finishes with WrestleMania.

TSM Fantasy 1 League:

Queries that might come up:

Video packages do not count as appearances.
If any championship is defended, the Champion gets successful defence points for winning the match, or if they lose, or draw, in a way that lets them keep the championship. Ring steps does not count as the ring, so therefore is a weapon shot if used.

Survivor Series Scoring

Elimination Matches:

Appearing = Two points
Match = Three points
Win = Four points
Speciality = Three points
Eliminating Somebody = Two points
Finishing Move Hit = One Point
Weapon Shot = One Point

Even if you get eliminated, and the team you were on won, you still get winning points.

Slammy Awards

Nominations: Two Points
Winning An Award: Five Points

The Royal Rumble

Eliminating Somebody = Two Points
Winning The Rumble = Twenty Points

Speciality Match Types:
Triple Threat, Fatal Four Way, Handicap Match, Any other multi-man match, Blindfold, Falls Count Anywhere, Special Guest Referee, Inferno, Iron-man, Lumberjack, Two Out Of Three Falls, Strap, First Blood, Last Man Standing, NO DQ, No Countout, Bar Room/Boiler/Parking Lot Brawl, Punch Out Match, TLC, Ladder, Cage, Elimination Chamber, Hell In A Cell, Royal Rumble, Battle Royal, Gauntlet, War Games, I Quit, Beat The Clock, Unsanctioned

Roster: (finishing moves eligible for point-scoring in brackets)

Batista 11m - (Batista Bomb)
Beth Phoenix 6m - (Glam Slam, Delayed Fisherman Suplex)
Candice-Michelle 3m - (Candywrapper)
Charlie Haas 3.5m - (Haas Of Pain, Impersonating Wrestlers Finisher)
Chris Jericho 11m - (Walls Of Jericho, Codebreaker, Lion Tamer)
Chuck Palumbo 2m - (Full Throttle)
CM Punk 7.5m - (Go To Sleep, Anaconda Vise)
Cody Rhodes 6m - (Evenflow style DVD, Roll The Dice)
D-Lo Brown 2m - (Lo-Down)
Deuce 2m - (Crack 'em in da Mouth)
Dolph Ziggler 4m - (Standing Moonsault)
Goldust 3m - (Curtain Call)
Hacksaw Jim Duggan 2m - (Old Glory Knee Drop)
Hardcore Holly 2.5m - (Alabama Slamma)
Jamie Noble 2.5m - (Fireman's Carry Gutbuster, Trailer Hitch)
JBL 7.5m - (Clothesline From Hell)
Jillian Hall 3m - (Full Nelson Bulldog)
John Cena 12.5m - (FU, STFU)
JTG 4.5m - (G9)
Kane 8m - (Tombstone Piledriver, Choke Slam)
Katie-Lea Burchill 2m (Spinning Neckbreaker)
Kelly Kelly 3.5m - (Kelly Killer)
Kofi Kingston 5m - (Trouble In Paradise)
Lance Cade 1m - (Sit-Out Spinebuster)
Layla 2.5m - (Roundhouse Kick)
Manu 4.5m - (Belly To Back Neckbreaker)
Melina 3m - (Code Red)
Mickie James 4m - (Mick Kick, MickieDT)
Mike Adamle 1m - (No Finishing move)
Vince McMahon 5m - (McMahon Stunner)
Stephanie McMahon 5m - (No Known Finisher)
Paul Burchill 2m - (Curb Stomp)
Paul London 1m - (London Calling; Shooting Star Press)
Randy Orton 11.5m - (RKO, Kick Of Death)
Rey Mysterio 6.5m - (619 followed by Droppin' The Dime)
Ron Simmons 2m - (Spinebuster)
Rosa Mendez 3m - (Finisher To Be Named)
Santino Marella 4m - (Snap Swinging Neckbreaker)
Shad 4.5m - (G9)
Shawn Michaels 10m - (Sweet Chin Music)
Snitsky 2.5m (Pumphandle Slam)
Stone Cold Steve Austin 1m (Stone Cold Stunner)
Ted DiBiase 6m - (Cobra Clutch Legsweep, Dream Street)
Val Venis 2m - (Money Shot)
William Regal 6m - (Regal Stretch, Running Knee)


Big Show 8m - (Choke Slam, KO Punch)
Brie Bella 3m - (Facebuster)
Nikki Bella 3m - (Facebuster)
Carlito 4m - (Back Stabber)
Curt Hawkins 2m - (Double Lifting DDT)
DH Smith 2m - (Running Powerslam)
Edge 11.5m - (Spear)
Eve 3m - (No Known Finisher)
Ezekiel Jackson 4m - (Torture Rack. Book End)
Festus 5m - (Fireman's Carry Flapjack)
Kung Fu Naki 3m - (Kung Fu Kick)
Gregory Helms 4.5m - (Shining Wizard, Modified Unprettier)
Jeff Hardy 10m - (Swanton Bomb)
Jesse 4m - (Diving Leg Drop)
Jimmy Wang Yang 2m - (Yang Time)
Kenny Dykstra 1m - (Diving Clothesline)
Kizarny 4m - (Double Arm DDT)
Maria 3m - (Running Bulldog)
Maryse 3m - (Snap DDT)
Michelle McCool 4m (Heel Hook, Wings Of Love, Styles Clash)
MVP 4.5m (Drive By Kick, Playmaker)
Mr Kennedy 4m - (Mic Check)
Natalya 3m - (Sharpshooter)
Primo Colon 4m - (Figure Four Leglock)
R-Truth 5m - (Scissors Kick)
Ranjin Singh 2.5m - (No Known Finisher)
Ryan Braddick 2m - (Second City Slam)
Scotty Goldman 2m - (Chicago Crab)
Shelton Benjamin 5m - (Pay Dirt)
Super Crazy 2m - (Corkscrew Moonsault)
The Brian Kendrick 4m - (The Kendrick)
The Great Khali 6m - (Khali Chop, Vice Grip, Tree Slam)
Triple H 13m - (Pedigree)
Umaga 4m - (Samoan Spike)
Undertaker 12m - (Tombstone, Choke Slam, MMA Type Choke)
Vickie Guerrero 5m - (No Known Finisher)
Victoria 2.5m - (Widow's Peak)
Vladimir Kozlov 7m - (Battering Ram, Reverse DDT)
Zack Ryder 2m - (Double Lifting DDT)


Armando Estrada 1m - (Lifting Reverse Falling DDT)
Alicia Fox 3m - (Foxx Kick)
Bam Neely 1.5m - (Full Nelson Slam)
Boogeyman 2.5m - (Falling Choke Bomb, Pump Handle Slam)
Chavo Guerrero 3m - (Frog Splash)
Christian 7m - (Unprettier)
DJ Gabriel 3.5m - (Diving Corkscrew European Uppercut)
Elijah Burke 1m - (Elijah Express)
Evan Bourne 7m - (Air Bourne)
Finlay 5m - (Celtic Cross)
Gavin Spears 2m - (Running Death Valley Driver)
Hornswaggle 3.5m - (Tadpole Splash)
Jack Swagger 6.5m - (Doctor Bomb)
John Morrison 8m - (Moonlight Drive)
Lena Yada 2m - (No Known Finisher)
Mark Henry 6.5m - (Worlds Strongest Slam)
Matt Hardy 8.5m - (Twist Of Fate)
Mike Knox 3.5m - (Knox Out)
Ricky Ortiz 4.5m - (Big O)
The Miz 7m - (Reality Check)
Theodore Long 5m - (No Known Finisher)
Tiffany 3m - (No Known Finisher)
Tommy Dreamer 3m - (DDT)
Tony Atlas 3.5m- (No Finisher Currently)
Tyson Kidd 4m - (Springboard Corkscrew Elbow Drop)

Current standings:


Season One Champion:

Previous History

Season One:

Month 1 Champion: The Franchise - 325 points
Month 2 Champion: Fazzle - 536 points
Month 3 Champion: Tekcop - 378 points
Month 4 Champion: Beast - 571 points
Month 5 Champion: I Mark Out To Wang Yang - 259 points
Month 6 Champion: Fazzle - 596 points

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Is it three points for competing in a match on PPV, and an additional four for winning making the total seven... Or is it four for the winner and three for the loser?


Also, since it's five points for main eventing, does the winner get six?

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So does the winner of the main event get 5 + 3 + 4, or just 5 + 4?


Is the main event only the last match on the show, or are we going by WWE logic and calling both title matches+ the main events? (I think it should only be the last match on the show.)


I think that's all the questions I have. Otherwise, looks good.

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Yeah, the main event is going to be the match that goes on last, to avoid utter confusion with PPVs that have various world titles on the line. Whoever goes on last gets the Main Event points.


So if Shawn Michaels and Chris Jericho go on last at the PPV in their ladder match, and Michaels wins the title, then, assuming we dont see him earlier in the show..


2 points for appearing on PPV

3 points for competing in a match on PPV

4 points for winning a match on PPV

8 points for winning a title

5 points for main eventing a ppv


Giving him 22 points for the PPV.


By that same token, Jericho would get..


2 points for appearing on PPV

3 points for competing in a match on PPV

5 points for main eventing a PPV


Giving him 10 points for the PPV.


Which reminds me.. extra points for competing in a speciality match?

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Okay, I understand now. Gimmick match points would work, but you'd have to define what a speciality match is. Maybe even giving different points for different matches would work (I.E. 3 points ladder match, 4 points TLC match, 5 points HIAC). I don't really care either way about that though.



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There's too many gimmick matches though.


I suppose we could group matches together,


Cage Matches = War Games, Cage, HIAC, EC etc = 4 points

High Risk = Ladder, TLC, MITB = 3 points.

Others = Casket, Graveyard, Thunderdome (!), Blindfold, = 2 points.

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Yeah, I picked a bad time of the day to start this thread, didn't I?


Triple threat matches would count as a speciality. When we finalise the rules, i'll edit the original post with all of the match types that count as speciality matches.


If you win a triple threat match, you get speciality points plus match win points.


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If a multi-million dollar company had so many problems on judgement calls and rule verdicts, how can I trust one man to run this the same way?


Really though, I'd like to try it out but work and life has been unexpectedly busy as of late and I barely have time to do my non-paying job here. Best of luck though.

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If a multi-million dollar company had so many problems on judgement calls and rule verdicts, how can I trust one man to run this the same way?

Any judgment calls and verdicts will be mainly down to common sense, when issues were raised in the Wrestling Draft, everybody gave their opinion and it was easily sorted.


This will run okay i'm sure, as long as nobody purposely tries to dick around.

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