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6th Nov '17 8:17:14 PM SSJMagus
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** Elimination tags were popular in the WWF for them to build an a Pay Per View even around them called ''Wrestling/SurvivorSeries'' with ''four'' or ''five'' man tag teams! Of course, the heels almost always had the extra man. In its heyday, all the Series matches were of this type, but nowadays there are usually three or four, with other match types filling out the under card.

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** Elimination tags were popular in the WWF for them to build an a Pay Per View even around them called ''Wrestling/SurvivorSeries'' with ''four'' or ''five'' man tag teams! Of course, the heels almost always had the extra man. In its heyday, all the Series matches were of this type, but nowadays there are usually three or four, four (now referred to as the "Traditional Survivor Series Match"), with other match types filling out the under card.card. Whenever a brand split is active in the WWE, there were always be at least one Raw vs Smackdown elimination match.



* ''Triple Threat/Fatal Four-Way'' -- This match is similar to the Elimination match in that more than two wrestlers are involved. However, unlike the Elimination match, only one pinfall or submission is needed to end the match, whereby the wrestler who gets the pin or submission is declared the winner. A title is (almost) always on the line for these matches, and there is a good possibility that the current title holder will lose the title without being the one getting pinned. Naturally, there will invariably be multiple near-falls where the third wrestler breaks up the pin or hold. Also, you can count on one wrestler being "knocked out" or otherwise indisposed for much of the match and win it at the last moment after both his opponents have beat the living crap out of each other.

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* ''Triple Threat/Fatal Four-Way'' -- This match is similar to the Elimination match in that more than two wrestlers are involved. However, unlike the Elimination match, only one pinfall or submission is needed to end the match, whereby the wrestler who gets the pin or submission is declared the winner. A title is (almost) always on the line for these matches, matches (the main non-title variation being a number one contender's match for when several wrestlers are feuding over who deserves the next title shot), and there is a good possibility that the current title holder will lose the title without being the one getting pinned. Naturally, there will invariably be multiple near-falls where the third wrestler breaks up the pin or hold. Also, you can count on one wrestler being "knocked out" or otherwise indisposed for much of the match and win it at the last moment after both his opponents have beat the living crap out of each other.
4th Nov '17 3:31:36 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* ''Lucha de Apuestas/Wager Match'' -- Most common in Mexico, but comes up in other countries as well. A match where both competitors put something of theirs on the line. The most common ones are the Mask vs Mask match (between two masked wrestlers), Mask vs Hair (between a masked wrestler and an unmasked wrestler), and Hair vs Hair (between two unmasked wrestlers). Occasionally, a title belt will be put on the line, either instead of or in addition to the wrestler's mask or hair (such as Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr and Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's mask vs title match in Wrestling/{{WCW}})

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* ''Lucha de Apuestas/Wager Apuestas/[[HumiliatingWager Wager]] Match'' -- Most common in Mexico, but comes up in other countries as well. A match where both competitors put something of theirs on the line. The most common ones are the Mask vs Mask match (between two masked wrestlers), Mask vs Hair (between a masked wrestler and an unmasked wrestler), and Hair vs Hair (between two unmasked wrestlers). Occasionally, a title belt will be put on the line, either instead of or in addition to the wrestler's mask or hair (such as Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr and Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's mask vs title match in Wrestling/{{WCW}})
4th Nov '17 2:53:21 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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*** Los Payasos Tricolor, commonly seen in Mexican feds such as AAA, all have the same masks and ring gear, distinguished only by their color. Non eliminated Payasos became infamous under relevos Australianos by continuously [[TagTeamTwins changing their color during the match]], essentially forcing the opposing team to beat every last one of them to win.



** ''ROH On HD Net'' combined this with tornado match, as the prize in the battle royal was a tag title shot, encouraging the established teams to work together throughout.

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** ''ROH On HD Net'' combined this with tornado match, as the prize in the battle royal was a tag team title shot, encouraging the established teams to work together throughout.



** ''Hardcore Match'' -- Basically the above match types but dialed UpToEleven, it puts a major emphasis on ultraviolence. Often referred to as "garbage wrestling" because of its complete disregard for traditional mat wrestling and even an underemphasis on moderate brawling and "tame" weapon use in favor of excessive and creative use of unconventional weapons and extreme induced bleeding. Staple weapons are barbed wire, thumbtacks, fire and broken glass, with the probability of even more off-the-wall choices.
*** WWF did a one-time variation of this where they rented an entire arena and then...didn't sell tickets (instead broadcasting the match to a ''filled'' arena elsewhere[[note]]This was ''Halftime Heat'', a WWF event that was going up against the UsefulNotes/SuperBowl, so they had to play their best hand[[/note]]). This was called the ''Empty Arena'' match and was basically a Hardcore Match but without the audience, allowing [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] and [[Wrestling/MickFoley Mankind]] to brawl all through the audience area that would normally be filled with people. Mankind won the WWF Championship by pinning The Rock using a forklift and a pallet (hey, his shoulders were down) and this match was never used again (due to the prohibitive cost-usually a promotion will later sell tickets for later matches in that same arena and show the empty seats to them on a screen or something or just use an arena they own).

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** ''Hardcore Match'' -- Basically the above match types but dialed UpToEleven, it puts a major emphasis on ultraviolence. Often referred to as "garbage wrestling" "{{garbage wrestl|er}}ing" because of its complete disregard for traditional mat wrestling and even an underemphasis on moderate brawling and "tame" weapon use in favor of excessive and creative use of unconventional weapons and extreme induced bleeding. Staple weapons are barbed wire, thumbtacks, fire and broken glass, with the probability of even more off-the-wall choices.
*** WWF did a one-time variation of this where they rented an entire arena and then...didn't sell tickets (instead broadcasting the match to a ''filled'' arena elsewhere[[note]]This was ''Halftime Heat'', a WWF event that was going up against the UsefulNotes/SuperBowl, so they had to play their best hand[[/note]]). This was called the ''Empty Arena'' match and was basically a Hardcore Match but without the audience, allowing [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] and [[Wrestling/MickFoley Mankind]] to brawl all through the audience area that would normally be filled with people. Mankind won the WWF Championship by pinning The Rock using a forklift and a pallet (hey, his shoulders were down) and this match was never used again (due to the prohibitive cost-usually a promotion will later sell tickets for later matches in that same arena and show the empty seats to them on a screen or something something...or just use an arena they own).



** Another variation is the elimination tag, where both members of a tag team must be pinned, submitted, ect the match ends, with the first team to score a submission gaining a numerical advantage over the opposition.

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** Another variation is the elimination tag, where both members of a tag team must be pinned, submitted, ect etc before the match ends, with the first team to score a submission gaining a numerical advantage over the opposition.



* ''Handicap Match'' -- Two or more wrestlers, acting as a tag team, take on a lesser number of wrestlers. This is almost always done by an evil boss to cause problems for a Face, or occasionally as {{Fanservice}} to punish a particularly disliked Heel (or to put a [[TheGiant Giant]] over).

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* ''Handicap Match'' -- Two or more wrestlers, acting as a tag team, take on a lesser number of wrestlers. This is almost always done by an evil boss to cause problems for a Face, or but occasionally as {{Fanservice}} to punish a particularly disliked Heel (or Heel, or to put a [[TheGiant Giant]] over).over.



** The '''Women's title''' once changed hands in such a match. At ''Armageddon 1999'' this was combined with the evening gown format to create an evening gown in a pool match. The match is remembered for Miss Kitty dropping her top after winning the title.

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** The WWF' '''Women's title''' once changed hands in such a match. At ''Armageddon 1999'' this was combined with the evening gown format to create an evening gown in a pool match. The match is remembered for Miss Kitty dropping her top after winning the title.
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** ''Tornado Match'' -- The much simpler but much less common counterpart where all team members are allowed in the ring at the same time. Many of the more "extreme" gimmick match variations turn tag team matches into tornado matches when added onto them, however.

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** ''Tornado Match'' -- The much simpler but much less common counterpart where all team members are allowed in the ring at the same time. Many of the more "extreme" "[[GarbageWrestler extreme]]" gimmick match variations turn tag team matches into tornado matches when added onto them, however.
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** At ''Summerslam 2013'', Kane and Wrestling/BrayWyatt had a Ring of Fire match where the ring was surrounded by fire, but the object was pinfall or submission. Kane lost when Bray's [[Wrestling/LukeHarper two]] [[Wrestling/ErickRowan henchmen]] managed to put out some of the fire, allowing them to enter the ring and beat Kane down.

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** At ''Summerslam 2013'', Kane and Wrestling/BrayWyatt had a Ring of Fire match where the ring was surrounded by fire, but the object was pinfall or submission. Kane lost when Bray's [[Wrestling/LukeHarper two]] [[Wrestling/ErickRowan henchmen]] managed to put out some of the fire, allowing them to enter the ring and beat Kane down. This ''was'' somewhat closer to the roots of the ring of fire concept, as first used in Carlos Colon's CSP/WWC.


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** In Mexico, and regions that follow its lead, ''Lucha de Prendas'' refers to any match where luchadors might lose any clothing other than their {{mask|edluchador}}s, which occasionally includes those between luchadoras more willing to risk exposure of their undergarments than their faces.
3rd Nov '17 8:44:54 PM ultimomant
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** ''Last Ride Match'' -- Put your opponent in the back of a hearse and drive it out of the arena to win.

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** ''Last Ride Match'' -- Put your opponent in the back of a hearse and drive it out of the arena to win. In the first version of the match between Undertaker and JBL, the hearse had its own driver, so all they needed to do was put their opponent in it. In the second version of the match between Undertaker and [[Wrestling/KenAnderson Mr. Kennedy]], there was no driver, so after putting their opponent in, they had to get in the driver's seat and drive it out. In both matches, the combatants were at times able to escape while the hearse was in motion, thus emphasizing the need to incapacitate them.
19th Oct '17 1:20:16 PM Gimere
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Wrestling/{{TNA}} [[InsistentTerminology prefers to call their gimmick matches "concept matches"]].

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Wrestling/{{TNA}} Impact Wrestling (formerly known as Wrestling/{{TNA}}) [[InsistentTerminology prefers to call their gimmick matches matches]] "concept matches"]].
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* ''TagTeam Match'' -- A two man team faces another two man team under the stipulation only one wrestler from each team can be in the ring at a time. A wrestler in the ring usually must tag his partner, most commonly standing on the ring apron behind the ropes, before they can switch places, though in Mexican wrestling a wrestler can also exit the ring to allow his partner to take his place. When one wrestler from a team is beaten, the other team wins. It varies on how long wrestlers have after the tag to switch places, usually between five to fifteen seconds, with the longer times allowing "[[CombinationAttack double team maneuvers]]" to be performed on an outnumbered wrestler before the referee calls for a disqualification. As previously mentioned, it also highly varies as to what rules apply to participants who leave the ring entirely. Tropes: [[RickyMorton One wrestler gets cut off from their partner for an extended period of time]]. [[EasilyDistractedReferee Legal wrestlers are forced out of the ring because a referee failed to see a tag.]] [[EvasiveFightThreadEpisode Participants in separate feuds are paired together to tease upcoming matches]] and allow those involved to interact with someone else, to keep things fresh. [[TagTeamTwins Identical wrestlers or wrestlers with identical masks illegally switch places behind the referee's back.]]

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* ''TagTeam Match'' -- A two man team faces another two man team under the stipulation only one wrestler from each team can be in the ring at a time. A wrestler in the ring usually must tag his partner, most commonly standing on the ring apron behind the ropes, before they can switch places, though in Mexican wrestling a wrestler can also exit the ring to allow his partner to take his place. When one wrestler from a team is beaten, the other team wins. It varies on how long wrestlers have after the tag to switch places, usually between five to fifteen seconds, with the longer times allowing "[[CombinationAttack double team maneuvers]]" to be performed on an outnumbered wrestler before the referee calls for a disqualification. As previously mentioned, it also highly varies as to what rules apply to participants who leave the ring entirely. Tropes: [[RickyMorton One wrestler gets cut off from their partner for an extended period of time]]. [[EasilyDistractedReferee Legal wrestlers are forced out of the ring because a referee failed to see a tag.]] tag]]. [[EvasiveFightThreadEpisode Participants in separate feuds are paired together to tease upcoming matches]] and allow those involved to interact with someone else, to keep things fresh. [[TagTeamTwins Identical wrestlers or wrestlers with identical masks illegally switch places behind the referee's back.]]back]].



* ''Iron Man'' -- This match goes on for a predetermined length of time[[note]]often, though not always, one hour[[/note]], and continues even if a wrestler scores a pinfall, submission, or other decision; instead, each decision counts as a point, and the wrestler with the most points in the end wins. Tropes: Like the 2-out-of-3 falls match, [[DownToTheLastPlay this one usually ends up tied until the closing minutes of the bout.]] At any point when it is not tied (until the closing moments) the {{face}} is always behind. Sometimes if it is tied at the bell, everyone is confused, {{Calvinball}} kicks in, someone wins and the loser complains. The ''Ultimate Submission'' match is a variant of the Iron Man match where only submissions count for points.

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* ''Iron Man'' -- This match goes on for a predetermined length of time[[note]]often, though not always, one hour[[/note]], and continues even if a wrestler scores a pinfall, submission, or other decision; instead, each decision counts as a point, and the wrestler with the most points in the end wins. Tropes: Like the 2-out-of-3 falls match, [[DownToTheLastPlay this one usually ends up tied until the closing minutes of the bout.]] bout]]. At any point when it is not tied (until the closing moments) the {{face}} is always behind. Sometimes if it is tied at the bell, everyone is confused, {{Calvinball}} kicks in, someone wins and the loser complains. The ''Ultimate Submission'' match is a variant of the Iron Man match where only submissions count for points.



** Rounds tend to be an unpopular gimmick, with The American Wrestling Federation's attempt to revive them in the USA instead nearly killing it off for good there. The format has remained somewhat popular in some regions such as the UK, however, [[FanNickname leading many to call these]] "British Rounds Matches". Wrestling/{{TNA}}, which has a sizable British following, has made an attempt to revive the format in the States with their Grand Championship.

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** Rounds tend to be an unpopular gimmick, with The American Wrestling Federation's attempt to revive them in the USA instead nearly killing it off for good there. The format has remained somewhat popular in some regions such as the UK, however, [[FanNickname leading many to call these]] "British Rounds Matches". Wrestling/{{TNA}}, TNA, which has a sizable British following, has made an attempt to revive the format in the States with their Grand Championship.



** There was also a Hell in a Cell derivative between Wrestling/AlSnow and the Wrestling/BigBossMan at ''Wrestling/UnforgivenWrestling 1999'', which was [[EpicFail infamous for all the wrong reasons]]. The "Kennel from Hell" consisted of a regular steel cage inside the Hell in a Cell cage, with "vicious attack dogs" in the cell portion. Thus, the wrestlers supposedly couldn't leave the ring cage without getting mauled by the dogs. But the "vicious" dogs [[NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals did nothing but wag their tails and poop around the ring]], making the match an even bigger joke than the stupid premise would have suggested.

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** There was also a Hell in a Cell derivative between Wrestling/AlSnow and the Wrestling/BigBossMan at ''Wrestling/UnforgivenWrestling 1999'', which was [[EpicFail infamous for all the wrong reasons]]. The "Kennel from Hell" consisted of a regular steel cage inside the Hell in a Cell cage, with "vicious "[[AngryGuardDog vicious attack dogs" dogs]]" in the cell portion. Thus, the wrestlers supposedly couldn't leave the ring cage without getting mauled by the dogs. But the "vicious" dogs [[NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals did nothing but wag their tails and poop around the ring]], making the match an even bigger joke than the stupid premise would have suggested.



* ''War Games: The Match Beyond'' -- a signature match of defunct promotion WCW; the War Games match started with two rings, side-by-side, surrounded with a steel cage, and two teams of four (originally five, including the managers of the [[Wrestling/LegionOfDoom Road Warriors]] and Wrestling/TheFourHorsemen in the original NWA War Games) wrestlers each. One wrestler from each team starts the match. After five minutes, one team (determined by coin toss) gets to send another man in, making it two-on-one. Two minutes later, the other side gets to send a man in. The two teams alternate sending men into the cage, every two minutes, until all eight men are in. At this point, "the match beyond" officially begins. Up until this point, there is no way to end the match; after this, the first team to make one of their opponents submit is declared the winner. TNA has a variation of this match with only one ring, calling it ''Lethal Lockdown''. Tropes: The {{heel}}s ''always'' win the coin toss, making sure that the {{face}}s are a man down (and thus, the underdogs) going through the majority of the match. This also increases the drama when the faces are able to even the odds after every advantage period.

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* ''War Games: The Match Beyond'' -- a signature match of defunct promotion WCW; the War Games match started with two rings, side-by-side, surrounded with a steel cage, and two teams of four (originally five, including the managers of the [[Wrestling/LegionOfDoom Road Warriors]] and Wrestling/TheFourHorsemen in the original NWA War Games) wrestlers each. One wrestler from each team starts the match. After five minutes, one team (determined by coin toss) gets to send another man in, making it two-on-one. Two minutes later, the other side gets to send a man in. The two teams alternate sending men into the cage, every two minutes, until all eight men are in. At this point, "the match beyond" officially begins. Up until this point, there is no way to end the match; after this, the first team to make one of their opponents submit is declared the winner. TNA has a variation of this match with only one ring, calling it ''Lethal Lockdown''. Tropes: The {{heel}}s ''always'' nearly always win the coin toss, making sure that the {{face}}s are a man down (and thus, the underdogs) going through the majority of the match. This also increases the drama when the faces are able to even the odds after every advantage period.



* ''Bra & Panties Match'' -- Two female wrestlers (or more likely, two non-wrestling pieces of eye candy) get in the ring and "violence" ensues until one of them is stripped of all clothing save their underwear. Used to be an "evening gown match" or a men's equivalent "tuxedo match" until the mid 90s Attitude era and was traditionally limited to valets and managers until that same era saw full time wrestlers participate in them. Tropes: Typically the heel loses and is humiliated by it, fleeing the ring trying to cover up...and then the victorious face willingly strips down anyway and parades around the ring for the (usually male) fans to enjoy.

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* ''Bra & Panties Match'' -- Two female wrestlers (or more likely, two non-wrestling pieces of eye candy) get in the ring and "violence" ensues until one of them is stripped of all clothing save their underwear. Used to be an "evening gown match" or a men's equivalent "tuxedo match" until the mid 90s Attitude era and was traditionally limited to valets and managers until that same era saw full time wrestlers participate in them. Tropes: Typically the heel loses and is humiliated by it, fleeing the ring trying to cover up...up, and then the victorious face willingly strips down anyway and parades around the ring for the (usually male) fans to enjoy.



*** Shockwave Impact Wrestling in Sidney Ohio USA, perhaps took the Iron Man match to its logical extreme by combining it with a six pack match and having it last for ''twelve straight hours''. Logan Cross, Sid Fabulous, "Lightning" Tim Lutz, American Kickboxer II, Dark Angel(Williams) and DJ Tom Sharp were the wrestlers who pulled it off.

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*** Shockwave Impact Wrestling in Sidney Ohio USA, perhaps took the Iron Man match to its logical extreme by combining it with a six pack match and having it last for ''twelve straight hours''. Logan Cross, Sid Fabulous, "Lightning" Tim Lutz, American Kickboxer II, Dark Angel(Williams) Angel (Williams) and DJ Tom Sharp were the wrestlers who pulled it off.
19th Sep '17 11:23:20 PM Gimere
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** Probably the best use of such a stipulation (or close to it) in the WWE era was when Wrestling/VinceMcMahon stipulated that every singles match Wrestling/RicFlair wrestled would be a one-sided retirement match. He put on a winning streak up until Wrestlemania, when he put on a spectacular match with Shawn Michaels, which he lost and retired from the WWE. (The less said about [[Wrestling/{{TNA}} what]] [[TenMinuteRetirement happened]] after, the better.)

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** Probably the best use of such a stipulation (or close to it) in the WWE era was when Wrestling/VinceMcMahon stipulated that every singles match Wrestling/RicFlair wrestled would be a one-sided retirement match. He put on a winning streak up until Wrestlemania, when he put on a spectacular match with Shawn Michaels, which he lost and retired from the WWE. (The less said about [[Wrestling/{{TNA}} what]] [[TenMinuteRetirement happened]] after, afterwards, the better.)



** In the match between [[CainAndAbel the Hardy Boys]], Wrestling/MattHardy and Wrestling/JeffHardy; Matt quits, not because of the physical pain he's enduring, but because of the physical pain he's ''about'' to endure.[[note]](Matt was tied to a table with his arms and legs duct taped, with no means of escape)[[/note]]

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** In the match between [[CainAndAbel the Hardy Boys]], Wrestling/MattHardy and Wrestling/JeffHardy; Matt quits, quit not because of the physical pain he's enduring, he'd endured, but because of the physical pain he's he was ''about'' to endure.[[note]](Matt was tied to a table with his arms and legs duct taped, with no means of escape)[[/note]]



** Tag Team Turmoil: Two to four tag teams start in the ring wrestling under normal tag team rules to eliminate the others by pin fall or submission. Each time a team is eliminated, another comes in to take their place until no one is left. A common occurrence is that an evil authority figure will insert another previously unannounced team into the match once a winner has been determined between all the known participants.

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** Tag ''Tag Team Turmoil: Turmoil'' -- Two to four tag teams start in the ring wrestling under normal tag team rules to eliminate the others by pin fall or submission. Each time a team is eliminated, another comes in to take their place until no one is left. A common occurrence is that an evil authority figure will insert another previously unannounced team into the match once a winner has been determined between all the known participants.
19th Sep '17 11:17:02 PM Gimere
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** WWE has the ''Money in the Bank'' Match, originally at Wrestling/WrestleMania, later with [[Wrestling/MoneyInTheBank its own PPV]]; anywhere from six to ten wrestlers compete at once, and the prize being hung above the ring is a briefcase, inside which is a contract which the winner can use to get a world championship match anytime he wants within one calendar year of winning it. Almost every time the contract has been cashed in, the one doing the cashing won the title, usually by doing so right after the current champion has taken a nasty beating from a previous challenger and is in little to no condition to fight back. There were only two exceptions to the battered champion strategy. The first was Wrestling/RobVanDam's cashing against then-WWE Champion Wrestling/JohnCena at ECW One Night Stand, which RVD announced weeks beforehand and simply gave him "homefield" advantage. The other was on the 1000th episode of Raw where Cena did the same to Wrestling/CMPunk. Only twice has the briefcase holder lost the cash-in match; first with the aforementioned Cena match and the second time with Wrestling/DamienSandow. Most winners of the Money in the Bank match have been heels: only RVD, CM Punk (twice), Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Daniel Bryan, Cena, Wrestling/RandyOrton and Wrestling/DeanAmbrose have won the match as faces, and in the cases of Punk the second time, Kane, Bryan, and Orton, turned heel very shortly (or in Orton's case, immediately) after winning the title.

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** WWE has the ''Money in the Bank'' Match, originally at Wrestling/WrestleMania, later with [[Wrestling/MoneyInTheBank its own PPV]]; anywhere from six to ten wrestlers compete at once, and the prize being hung above the ring is a briefcase, inside which is a contract which the winner can use to get a world championship match anytime he wants within one calendar year of winning it. Almost every time the contract has been cashed in, the one doing the cashing won the title, usually by doing so right after the current champion has taken a nasty beating from a previous challenger and is in little to no condition to fight back. There were only two exceptions to the battered champion strategy. The first was Wrestling/RobVanDam's cashing against then-WWE Champion Wrestling/JohnCena at ECW One Night Stand, which RVD announced weeks beforehand and simply gave him "homefield" advantage. The other was on the 1000th episode of Raw where Cena did the same to Wrestling/CMPunk. Only twice thrice has the briefcase holder lost not won the championship in their cash-in match; the first with was the aforementioned Cena Raw match and (which Cena won by DQ), the second time with Wrestling/DamienSandow.was Wrestling/DamienSandow losing his cash-in match to Cena, and the third was Wrestling/BaronCorbin losing his cash-in match to Wrestling/JinderMahal. Most winners of the Money in the Bank match have been heels: only RVD, CM Punk (twice), Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Daniel Bryan, Cena, Wrestling/RandyOrton and Wrestling/DeanAmbrose have won the match as faces, and in the cases of Punk the second time, Kane, Bryan, and Orton, turned heel very shortly (or in Orton's case, immediately) after winning the title.
25th Aug '17 6:28:00 AM JamesAustin
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->''Well, goddamn. It's a [[AC:W]]orld [[AC:W]]restling [[AC:F]]ederation. Why don't we put on some fucking ''wrestling'', Vince Russo? once in a while? What do you want to do, ''Holiday on ice'' with chimpanzees? (Shit, matter of fact, I probably gave him his next Pay-Per-View.)''
-->--'''Wrestling/JimCornette''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMm0Alg0bvs on]] Wrestling/VinceRusso

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->''Well, ->''"Well, goddamn. It's a [[AC:W]]orld [[AC:W]]restling [[AC:F]]ederation. Why don't we put on some fucking ''wrestling'', Vince Russo? once Once in a while? What do you want to do, ''Holiday on ice'' with chimpanzees? (Shit, matter of fact, I probably gave him his next Pay-Per-View.)''
-->--'''Wrestling/JimCornette'''
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-->-- '''Wrestling/JimCornette'''
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMm0Alg0bvs on]] Wrestling/VinceRusso
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