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TEW20 Real World Update: April 2021


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6 hours ago, Forky said:

Ring Of Honor:
I don't know that they should have a strictly enforced Face/Heel divide. Most wrestlers in ROH have a very tenuous alignment depending on who they're feuding with.
Lifeblood is no longer a stable
Jay Lethal, Rhett Titus, Tracy Williams and Jonathan Gresham are a stable known as The Foundation
Bandido, Rey Horus and Flamita are currently in a stable called The Mexisquad though Flamita did just somewhat turn on Bandido.
Villain Enterprise is basically gone. Brody King is leading his own stable known as Violence Unlimited stylized as VLNCE UNLTD with King, Tony Deppen, Chris Dickinson & Homicide
Amy Rose does not appear to be in the database so she should be created and added to Faccion Ingobernables. La Bestia Del Ring also needs to be added to the roster as part of this stable.
If you're going to keep the face/heel divide then the entirety of Shane Taylor Enterprises should be the same alignment. Right now Shane is listed a heel, Kaun is listed as a face and Moses is a face. 

Also spinal impact moves being banned for ROH is weird.

I would agree that ROH doesn't have faces or heels, since VLNCE UNLTD is against all. 

Amy Rose was dumped from LFI at 19th Anniversary.

Flamita seemingly turned on Bandido this past week.

Also I forget what ROH is calling him but, Dutch/Bill Carr was the man to interrupt the Taven-Vincent match at 19th Anniversary. 

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On 21/04/2021 at 01:10, Forky said:

I also don't think that Spinal Impact Moves are not allowed should be checked in Product. I don't think this should be checked for pretty much any indy company.

This is the "no piledrivers" rule, I'd argue in recent years most promotions would work by this logic, and would only use such moves on special occasions, which can be done in road agents settings booking matches.

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I mean it's your mod but I'd very much disagree with that. I don't feel like it works the same in the game. Piledrivers are one thing but there are many things that could be considered a "Spinal Impact Move" and I'd actually say that while they may not do the straight piledriver anymore, they do moves that effectively work the same way...such as the Canadian Destroyer that is brought out more than just for special occasions. 

I'd even say that WWE has relaxed that rule a whole lot more than they were a few years ago.

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The game defines it as moves that spike people on their heads and compress the neck, specifically pointing out pikedrivers and brainbusters. I'd argue those kinds of moves got toned down around the time of full on chair shots, and any times these moves are used now is in a more safer way.

This isn't the mid 2000's where everyone was getting dropped on their head to look like the tough guy.

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34 minutes ago, TheWho87 said:

The game defines it as moves that spike people on their heads and compress the neck, specifically pointing out pikedrivers and brainbusters. I'd argue those kinds of moves got toned down around the time of full on chair shots, and any times these moves are used now is in a more safer way.

This isn't the mid 2000's where everyone was getting dropped on their head to look like the tough guy.

No but it is the time when people are being dropped on their spine and head on the hardest part of the apron outside the ring. Like I said, it's your mod so it is what it is.

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5 minutes ago, Forky said:

No but it is the time when people are being dropped on their spine and head on the hardest part of the apron outside the ring. Like I said, it's your mod so it is what it is.

What you've described is what the game defines as high risk moves, which is unckecked.

From the in game handbook.

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On 23/04/2021 at 09:52, C-MIL said:

It's going to be MLW Fusion.

- Thanks C-Mil. So not a new show? Does this mean Fusion is on two channels? or the BEIN Sports deal ended? Starts this Saturday on VICETV at 12pm so add in an afternoon timeslot @TheWho87

Some Impact Wrestling Updates following Rebellion

  • Josh Alexander is the X-Division Champion
  • Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering are the Knockouts Tag-Team Champions (Create a Tag-Team for them)
  • Add Taylor Wilde to Impact Wrestling as a Babyface, Girl Next Door gimmick. 
  • Kenny Omega is the Impact Wrestling World Champion
  • Add Big Cass/Cas XL/Bill Morrisey to Impact Wrestling as a Heel, under the ring name W.Morrissey

 

  • End working agreement between CMLL and ROH

https://www.tpww.net/2021/04/cmll-ends-working-partnership-with-roh/

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I was looking at AIW, I saw some wrestlers that should be removed because they haven't appeared in AIW since before the pandemic made them stop doing shows:

Aaron Bauer (hasn't commentated for them in a long time)

Colt Cabana (signed with AEW, last appearance Dec 2019)

Daniel C Rockingham (left wrestling last month)

Dave Dawson (Ohio) (was fired due to refusing to get mental help after several accusations)

Eddie Kingston (signed with AEW)

Erick Stevens (retired again in October)

Jake Clemons (signed with WWE)

Jeff Cobb (one time appearance)

Matt Cross (last appeared in December 2019)

Too Cold Scorpio (one time appearance)

 

I was thinking about maybe removing Brandon Watts, Randy Summers, The Boar, Matt Makowski and VISK as well, but since they were at AIW's last shows in Ohio before their couple shows in Indiana, I think it's fair to keep them unless they don't make any more appearances this year. Also, these workers should be added because they've appeared at shows since their couple shows in Indiana, and last night's AIW show:

Levi Everett

Steve Manders (named Manders/One Called Manders)

Ziggy Haim

Lee Moriarty

Frankie Flynn (works staff, started wrestling for AIW on their Go For Broke shows)

Brian Carson (also does commentary)

Bill Alfonso (manages Matthew Justice regularly)

Josh Prohibition (he's the trainer for their wrestling school, maybe add him as a road agent?)

 

Add AIW Go For Broke as a TV show, airing on IndepedentWrestling.TV (America). John Thorne and Matt Wadsworth does commentary for the show.

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