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    WWF WCW ECW 1993

    With this BTB i am going to try and write all 3 major brands in the year 1993. It will start from January 1 1993. Rosters and Championships i will post later on. If anyone would like to help out and write a company please feel free to PM me and i will hook you up. I want to keep this close to real life with the rosters but some guys may stay longer/shorter and free agents will be added periodically.

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    I don't mean to be rude, but isn't this a bit over ambitious?

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    Very ambitious man, I wish you good luck.
    Prepare for the.. BACKLASH!




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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    Good luck, don't melt down like Vince Russo please!!!

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    Thank you and yes it is very ambitious. I have tried it before and made it 3 months. I am hoping for the best this go around.

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    WWF Roster
    Hulk Hogan
    Tito Santana
    "The Brooklyn Steve Lombardi
    Brett "Hitman" Hart (WWF Champion)
    Randy "Macho Man" Savage
    Jim Powers
    "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware
    "The Model" Rick Martell
    The Repo Man
    "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (WWF Tag Champion)
    Virgil
    "Hacksaw" Jim Duggin
    Shawn Michaels (WWF IC Champion)
    The Big Boss Man
    "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig
    Luke Williams
    Butch Miller
    Typhoon
    Earthquake
    Paul "Kato" Diamond
    The Undertaker
    Brian Knobbs
    Jerry Saggs
    "The Mountie" Jauques Rougeau
    "The Berzerker" John Nord
    Mike "I.R.S." Rotundo (WWF Tag Champion)
    Beau Beverly
    Blake Beverly
    "Skinner" Steve Keirn
    "Tatanka" Chris Chavis
    "The Rocket" Owen Hart,
    Barry Horowitz
    Papa Shango
    Crush
    Fatu
    Samu
    Scott "Razor Ramon" Hall
    Bob Backlund
    Yokozuna
    Matt "Doink the Clown" Borne
    "Terrific" Terry Taylor
    Damian Demento
    Marty Jannette
    Bam-Bam Bigelow
    Rick Steiner
    Scott Steiner
    Jerry "The King" Lawler
    "The Narcissist" Lex Luger
    The Giant Gonzales

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    WCW ROSTER
    "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton
    Sting
    Michael "P.S." Hayes
    "The All-American" Ron Simmons
    "Fly'in" Brian Pillman
    "The Z-Man" Tom Zenk
    Arn Anderson
    Brad Armstrong
    Barry Windham
    Big Van Vader (WCW Champion)
    Vinnie Vegas
    "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes (WCW U.S.Champion)
    Johnny B. Badd
    "Stunning" Steve Austin
    Cactus Jack
    "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer
    "Ravishing" Rick Rude
    Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (WCW Tag Champion)
    "Diamond" Dallas Page
    Marcus Alexander Bagwell
    The Barbarian
    Scotty Flamingo
    Eric Watts
    Johnny Gunn
    Shane Douglas (WCW Tag Champion)
    Tex Slazenger
    Shanghi Pierce
    Kensuke Sasaki
    Masahiro Chono
    "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff
    2 Cold Scorpio
    Steve Regal
    Chris Benoit
    Max Pain
    Rage
    Pain

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    Definitely risky business and a whole lot of work to try and book three companies at the one time. With that being said, anything retro is something I'm a fan of so I wish you the best of luck.

    Here's hoping this succeeds.









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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
    Date: 1/2/1993
    From: Green Bay, WI

    Match #1: Steiner Brothers defeated Dave Sigfrids & Butch Banks. Steiners WWF debut.


    Match #2: Marty Jannetty defeated Repo Man. The mystery clown showed up. This time the clown has a bucket and tosses the contents of bucket at Jannetty, but there wasn’t anything in it.


    Mean Gene hosts the Update segment. The segment sees Bobby Heenan hype up the Narcissis.


    Match #3: Headshrinkers defeated Tom Stone & Mitch Bishop.


    Mean Gene hosts the Royal Rumble Report. We hear from the WWF World Tag Team Champions Money Inc. who say that the money and title will be leaving with them. Should it come down to DiBiase and IRS in the ring the best man shall win it. We also hear from Ric Flair who is confident that he will repeat the Royal Rumble winner and will also be going after Mr. Perfect.


    Match #4: Kamala defeated George Anderson.


    Sean Mooney hosts the Event Center.


    Match #5: Undertaker defeated the Berzerker.


    Sean Mooney hosts the Event Center.

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    Definitely a better show then what was put out in real life. I don't mind the fact you still used a lot of the same lower card names as who actually got used in real life, but instead you just put over big names. No Mr. Perfect is a bit of a let down but in this current format, the top guys can't be on every show.

    I'm looking forward to seeing how you book the Flair/Perfect stuff. Could be huge!

    Really not much else to say at this point, details are minimal and not a lot happened. I'll keep an eye on this as things develop.









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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    WCW Power Hour
    January 2, 1993


    Match #1: Dan Spivey defeated JOE CRUZ.

    WCW special report airs. We are told about Vader winning the WCW Championship from Ron Simmons. Bischoff tells us to tune into Saturday Night to find out more.


    Match #2: Dustin Rhodes defeated Keith Cole.


    Van Hammer vs Tony Atlas feud is shown.


    MISSY HIATT’s New Year’s Resolution is to hook up with Erik Watts.


    Match #3: 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Brian Pillman.
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    WCW Saturday Night January 2, 1993
    Commentators: Jim Ross and Larry Zbyszko
    A special WCW report kicks off the show. Eric Bischoff tells us that Big Van Vader defeated WCW World Heavyweight Champion Ron Simmons to regain the championship on December 30th. Vader pinned Simmons at the 12 minute mark, approx. Bischoff notes that Harley Race has stated that Vader is eager to defend the championship against anyone, most notably Sting. Vader won the title from Simmons in Baltimore, MD.


    Saturday Night opening video


    Jim Ross and Larry Zbyszko are on commentary as they discuss the title change on December 30th.


    Match #1: Cactus Jack and The Barbarian vs Tom Zenk and Johnny Gunn. Zenk drops Jack with a Thez Press but Barbarian kicks Zenk in the head and pins Zenk since he was the legal man. Winners @ 5:46 Jack and Barbarian.


    Footage from WCW Starrcade and the ring ceremony where Sting was given the first Battle Bowl ring. Sting came out and hoped that he would make it two years in a row. We eventually see highlights from the Battle Bowl show. The final four for the contest, were Steve Williams, Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham and Great Muta. Williams and Rhodes were eliminated following a clothesline from Williams. Muta eventually won the battle royal by eliminating Windham.


    A video of Tony Schiavone interviewing Erik Watt’s football coach is aired. The coach puts over Erik as a great athlete and all that great stuff.


    Match #2: Erik Watts vs Mustafa Saed. Watts wins the squash with the STF. Winner @ 2:35 Erik Watts.


    Backstage, Teddy Long is standing with Cactus Jack and Tony Atlas. Long mentions the match between Tony Atlas and Van Hammer taking place later on in the show. Jack instead talks about a bounty on Erik Watts and how a lot of people have tried to take him out. Jack calls himself the bounty hunter and will injure anyone whomever you want to be injured. Atlas cuts a promo on Van Hammer saying he has the strongest arms in WCW and we better believe that.


    Jim Ross and Larry Zbyszko talk about Rick Rude being in danger of having to vacate his WCW US Championship due to a neck injury. Zbyszko assures Ross that if Rude isn’t injured he will defend the championship. Footage from Starrcade 1992 where Rude claims that WCW is conspiring against him and says that they aren’t taking his title!


    Match #3: Dustin Rhodes vs Vinnie Vegas: WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament, Quarter Final. Rhodes eventually escapes and reverses a snakes eyes attempt by Vegas, bounces of the ropes, and hits a bulldog for the finish. Winner @ 6:22 Dustin Rhodes.


    Backstage, Tony Schiavone is standing with Barry Windham and Brian Pillman. Windham says he has had his priorities in the wrong place. Windham tells Pillman that he has found a man to be Pillman’s partner. Windham believes that Pillman can be tag team partners with this man. Windham eventually brings over the longest reigning WCW Television Champion in WCW history, Stunning Steve Austin! Pillman wonders what dominance they will have in WCW when they share the common goal. Pillman believes they will be in the tag team title scene for a long time. Austin already knows how great of a wrestler he is and doesn’t need to be reminded of that. Austin says they don’t wrestle just for the sake of wrestling. Their need for gold may as well turn into greed.


    Match #4: Hollywood Blondes (Steve Austin and Brian Pillman) vs Larry Santo and Rikki Nelson. Austin pins Santo following the Stun Gun. Winners @ 5:07 Austin/Pillman.


    Jim Ross and Larry Zbyszko talk about the Vader/Sting King of the Cable match at Starrcade 1992. We see highlights from the contest, which Sting managed to win. Ross and Zbyszko also hype up the Tundercage match at the Clash. Sting and two partners will face Vader and his two partners. Other matches on the card the U.S. Championship will be on the line. Last match announced Tony Atlas will try and collect the bounty against Erik Watts.


    Match #5: Tony Atlas vs. Van Hammer: WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament, Quarter Final. Hammer punches Jack on the floor and goes to suplex Atlas back into the ring but Jack trips Hammer and helps Atlas pin Hammer to advance in the tournament. Winner @ 7:32 Tony Atlas.


    Jesse Ventura interviews Arn Anderson for the WCW Up Close segment. Ventura mentions that he admires Anderson and how that is a rarity. Anderson has grown up in WCW and talks about being a rookie and having to learn with the best. Anderson feels that WCW is his home. Ventura brings up Anderson’s knee injury and asks how that is going. Anderson says his knee has reached a peak where it is healing but has stopped healing and it’s frustrating. Anderson says he hurt his knee during a match with Eric Watts. Anderson says that if he gets his knee healthy, he doesn’t have a contract for 1993. Anderson announces that Bill Watts is not extending his contract. Anderson tells Erik Watts that not having contract doesn’t mean anything on the streets. Anderson earned his way and earned his right to be in WCW. Ventura thinks that Bill Watts is protecting his kid from a beating.


    Match #6: Barry Windham vs. Johnny B. Badd: WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament, Quarter Final. Windham spikes Badd with a jumping DDT and wins the match. Winner @ 8:21 Barry Windham.
    Backstage, Tony Schiavone is standing with the WCW World Tag Team Champions Shane Douglas and Ricky Steamboat. Douglas puts themselves over as the greatest tag team in WCW and makes it clear that their main focus is holding onto the tag championships. Steamboat reiterates Douglas’s statements about the tag titles being his main focus. Steamboat is focused on getting his hands on Windham but needs to get past Dan Spivey first. Steamboat is going to get payback on Windham!


    Match #7: Ricky Steamboat vs Dan Spivey: WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament, Quarter Final. Steamboat rams Spivey into the top turnbuckle head first and leaps off the top connecting with a cross body to pin Spivey and move on in the tournament. Winner @ 8:21 Ricky Steamboat.


    Backstage, Teddy Long is standing with Barry Windham. Long interviews Windham about his match next week against Ricky Steamboat on Saturday Night with the winner moving on to the finals in the WCW US Championship tournament. Windham gave up merit badges a long time ago and says he can fight off Steamboat by himself. Windham isn’t some kind of pretty face looking for a new girlfriend. Oh no, Windham is looking for Ricky Steamboat! Windham is man enough to send Steamboat home.


    Jim Ross and Larry Zbyszko hype up next week’s show to close out the show.
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    WCW Worldwide
    01/02/1993


    Match #1: Too Cold Scorpio defeated Scott Allen.


    After the match Scorpio gets interviewed regarding his match with Scotty Flamingo at the Clash.


    Match #2: Dustin Rhodes defeated Danny Deese.


    Dustin gets interviewed about the WCW U.S. Title Tournament.


    Match #3: Big Van Vader & Rick Rude defeated Chris Sullivan & John Peterson. Match was taped before Rude went out with an injury.


    Vader and Rude get interviewed and both men want Sting.
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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    Hey mate, at this stage the booking is all pretty solid, so I have no doubt that this could be a good thread. I'd suggest to read around some of the other threads though to see how other writer's capture emotion in their work. At the moment, everything is written as it happens, without any real description. How about instead of Cactus talks about the bounty on Erik Watt's head, you give us a little more info. How about something along the lines of "a wild eyed, borderline crazy Jack responds by speaking of his desire to hurt people, and considering their is a bounty on Watts' head, he makes the top of the extensive list".

    Obviously this isn't a perfect example, but at the moment, whilst booking is fine, the writing is a little dull and hard to get into. If you could fix that side of your work, this could be a really good thread. I hope you take this feedback as constructive criticism, by no means am I trying to have a dig.









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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    I get what you are saying. The PPVs and major shows i will try and write better. The minor shows will be written quick unless their is something that needs to get over. Thank you fro the feedback and reading it is greatly appreciated.

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    WCW Main Event
    01/03/1993


    Tony Schiavone welcomes us to WCW Main Event


    JIM ROSS and MICHAEL HAYES handle the commentary.


    Match #1: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman via disqualification. Austin tossed Armstorng over the top rope.


    Match #2: Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn.


    To close out the show a replay of Vader/Ruder vs Steamboat/Douglas from Starrcade airs.
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    World Wrestling Federation presents Wrestling Challenge
    Date: 1/3/1993
    From: Madison, WI
    Match #1: Tito Santana defeated Jim Brunzell @ 5:26.


    Lord Alfred Hayes hosts the Special Report. Bobby Heenan has a pre-tape promo during the segment where he puts down Mr. Perfect who claims to be the perfect wrestler. He is going to unveil someone who is beyond perfect at Royal Rumble. The man is in love with himself. This man will make Perfect look back and realize he isn’t perfect. Heenan reveals the man’s name as being Narcissis.


    Match #2: Bam Bam Bigelow defeated George Petrovsky @ 2:29.


    Raymond Rougeau introduces Kamala, Kimchee and Harvey Wippleman out to the podium area for an interview. Harvey says that Kamala is not the same man and puts him down as being an idiot but he has changed and will listen to them. Rev. Slick comes out and says he can’t allow Harvey to come out here and talk all this smack. Slick says that Kamala is not an animal but a man! Slick wouldn’t treat Kamala the way he has been treated by Harvey and Kimchee. Harvey and Kimchee leave with Kamala, who is hesitant but is slapped to leave.


    Match #3: Mr. Perfect defeated Dale Wolfe @ 2:48 by DQ. Ric Flair interfered causing the DQ.


    Sean Mooney hosts the Event Center.


    Match #4: WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated Buck Zumhofe & WT Jones. IRS used the briefcase on Zumhofe.


    Announcers talk about an interview with Owen Hart that went totally wrong. They say tune in to Mania on Saturday January 9th to see the complete interview.


    Match #5: Crush defeated Red Tyler. The clown shows up during the match.


    After the match, Crush confronted the clown.


    Mean Gene hosts the Royal Rumble Report. WWF World Champion Bret Hart says that Razor Ramon has gotten his attention and says that the Hart Family will get revenge! Randy Savage shares some thoughts on the Royal Rumble match where he pretty much goes over the point of the Rumble and believes he will win. the Undertaker and Paul Bearer also share their thoughts on the Rumble. Taker talks about having twenty nine new souls to take care of. Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji also have some pre-tape comments where Fuji says Yokozuna will win the Rumble. Ric Flair also has some thoughts as he believes you have to talk about him when the Rumble is mentioned. Flair is coming for Mr. Perfect! Mr. Perfect also chimes in with some thoughts as he believes this is the perfect opportunity to win a title shot. Jerry Lawler talks about the Royal Rumble possibly living up to its name as real royalty will win the match.


    A video promoting the WWF World Champion Bret Hart vs. Razor Ramon match at Royal Rumble is aired.


    Sean Mooney hosts the Event Center to close the show.

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    WWF Prime Time Wrestling
    January 4, 1993
    It's our final week of Prime Time Wrestling, and the intro video features clips of guys like Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, and the Legion of Doom. Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, and Bobby Heenan are our hosts, sitting around a small make-shift table, with a copy of WWF Posters resting on top of it. Gorilla runs down Heenan, claiming he, Heenan, won't be part of the new WWF show, Monday Night Raw, coming to you live from New York City.


    Monsoon brings up one of our classic moments: The Bobby Heenan Show. Heenan calls Hulk Hogan. Bobby the Brain calls Hulk Hogan's 1-900 number for some information.


    Match #1: Typhoon defeated Bam Bam Bigelow @ 9:28.


    The PTW "Studio" discusses the upcoming Royal Rumble, and the fact the winner of the Royal Rumble Match gets a title shot at WrestleMania IX. Monsoon's prediction: It won't be Ric Flair. We take another Flashback to Jamison Chokes clip. Jamison makes a rare appearance on Prime Time and causes a scene. The Brain becomes emotional when he receives the "bad news" regarding Jamison's fate.


    Match #2: Crush defeated Papa Shango @ 3:14.


    Advertisement for WWF Mania, which is set to debut on the USA Network, this coming saturday! It's 100% caffeine free!


    Bobby Heenan is standing by, putting down Mr. Perfect, and talks about his new find: The Narcissus. He will be unveiled at the Royal Rumble, in Sacramento, CA. Heenan says the Narcissus is even more in love with himself and his appearance than Mr. Perfect.


    Royal Rumble Report, sponsored by the 1993 WWF Fan Club! Mean Gene Okerlund has all the skinny for us. WWF Champion Bret Hart defends the title against the bad guy, Razor Ramon. Earlier in the week on the debut of Mania, Ramon beat the crap out of baby brother Owen. Royal Rumble Participants include: Mr. Perfect, Yokozuna, Marty Jannetty, Damien Demento, Crush, WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels, Tatanka, Bob Backlund, Bam Bam Bigelow, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Fatu, and MORE NAMES SIGNED: Samu, Terry Taylor, Jim Duggan, Kamala. Also signed: The Berzerker taking on Bob Backlund! The Royal Rumble is coming live, Sunday afternoon, January 24th!


    Promotional consideration paid for by the following... ICO-PRO, you've got to want it! WWF Figures with the Hitman, Bulldog, Sgt. Slaughter, and Hulk Hogan! Need a little excitement, snap into a Slim Jim... OOOH YEAH!


    Primetime Flashback! Mr. Perfect and Bobby Heenan on Prime Time Wrestling 1991. Mr. Perfect is in the Prime Time Wrestling studio for an interview and to present his new tailored suit. Bobby Heenan, sporting a tennis look, has issues with a face mask.


    Match #3: Mr. Perfect defeated Razor Ramon @ 4:31.


    Primetime Flashback: Undertaker and Paul Bearer on Primetime.


    One more classic Primetime Flashback: WM8 Discussion. Who should face Ric Flair @ WM 8? Who is Indiana's favorite Bobby?

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    Re: WWF WCW ECW 1993

    The final episode of Prime Time Wrestling has me excited because we should get some more juicy stuff on Raw. Or at least I'm hoping so. I enjoyed the flashbacks, really celebrating that it is the end of an era of sorts.

    Honestly thought the show was fine outside of the main event. Not sure why you'd have Perfect go over Ramon in four minutes? This is a terrible look for Razor, who should be being built up for his title shot at the Rumble. Thought that was some pretty questionable booking but everything else was solid.

    I'm definitely looking forward to the first episode of Raw though.









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