Just an idea...if there was to be a sequel to this draft, it would be the Free TV Supercard Draft. Featuring 6 matches and two promos that were featured on Raw, Nitro, Smackdown, etc. Would be a lot harder tracking down matches though....
This is a fucking awesome idea.
Also, first round of the showdown will be posted this afternoon - probably 4ish eastern time.
Chris Jericho vs Chris Benoit vs Kurt Angle: 2 out of 3 falls for the WWE Intercontinental and European titles- Wrestlemania 2000
Dustin Rhodes and Ricky Steamboat vs The Enforcers: WCW Tag Team Titles- Clash of the Champions 17
The 1992 Royal Rumble Match for the WWF Title
Sting vs Big Van Vader: WCW Title- Great American Bash 92
A brief intermission while we set up the second ring and lower the steel cage before our main event:
War Games: Dr Death Steve Williams, The Midnight Express (Stan Lane and Bobby Eaton) and the Road Warriors vs The Fabulous Freebirtds (Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, Jimmy Garvin) and the Samoan Swat Team (Samu and Fatu)- Great American Bash 89
Strike Force vs Demolition, WWF World Tag Team Championships, Wrestlemania IV
Get'm warmed up with the energetic faces and the cheat to win finish with Mr. Fuji
Billy Kidman vs Rey Mysterio Jr. vs Juventud Guererra vs Psycosis, WCW Cruiserweight Championship, Souled Out 99
Classic Nitro-era Cruiserweight match. Get the crowd pumped back up after the letdown of the opening match finish
The Von Erichs vs. The Dynamic Duo, Hair vs Hair Match, NWA American Tag Team Titles, WCCW Cotton Bowl Extravaganza '85
WHo gets shaved bald? One of the most underrated rivalries of the 80's comes to a head. [/bad pun]
Chris Benoit vs. Shawn Michaels vs. HHH, World Heavyweight Title, Backlash '04
Michales taps out. To a Sharpshooter. In Canada. You can still hear the crowd pop echoing.
The Road Warriors vs. The Midnight Express, Skywalkers Match, Starrcade '86
Not a great technical classic, but the spectacle of the scaffolding going up catches you off guard. Not only do the bad guys lose, you get the bonus of Jim Cornette taking the plunge as well.
Sting vs. Ravishing Rick Rude, WCW International World Title, Spring Stampede '94
Bring the crowd back Classic Heel v Face. Two of the best in the business
And Now, LOWER THE CAGE
The Rock & Roll Express vs Ivan and Nikita Koloff, Steel Cage Match, NWA World Tag Team Championships, Starrcade 85
Tag Team Formula x 1000000. There's a reason they call the Face-In-Peril "Playing Ricky Morton"
Magnum T.A. vs. Tully Blanchard, I Quit Steel Cage Match, NWA United States Title, Starrcade '85
Ugly, Guesome. Still one of the original "Turn your head" Bloody matches. Blanchard was underrated in the ring, and TA had ALL the tools to be a huge star.
Ric Flair vs. Harley Race, Steel Cage Match, NWA World Title, Starrcade '83
Even though this was Flair's second NWA Title win, This one made him a permanent fixture. Race passed the torch here.
Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant, WWF World Title, WrestleMania III
The Moment at The Show is Hogan slamming Andre. Everyone involved tells the tale that Hogan was unsure up until bell time if Andre was really going to let him get the win. This one Didn't just make Hogan, Andre or the WWF, It made WRESTLING legit again.
Where the bloodiest and most violent feuds will finally be settled, leading up to the unification of the WWF, ROH and ECW World Championships at next month's supercard: THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE!
The tempo of the evenings event will be set with our opening match between the intense technical master Pegasus Kid and the graceful and mysterious Great Sasuke! A1. Pegasus Kid vs. The Great Sasuke Super-J Cup Final originally presented at the Super J Cup 94
Then we ramp up the violence in a bloody and inventive hardcore match: A2. Rhyno vs. Raven Hardcore Match originally presented at WWF Backlash 01
Then the Big Show gets the opportunity to prove that Booker's recent wins via DQ and count-out have been flukes in a street fight! Will we see one of the most exciting moves in pro wrestling, the Hangover? A3. Booker T vs. Big Show Street Fight originally presented at WWF Vengeance 02
Rumor has it that Taz is on his way out of Armageddon Wrestling... does this mean he is destined to lose the ECW title? And will it be to Mike Awesome or Masato Tanaka? A4. Taz vs. Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka Three Way Dance ECW World Championship originally presented at ECW Heatwave 98
Samoa Joe has destroyed every wrestler in his path... EXCEPT C.M. Punk. There is no time limit this time, there must be a winner! A5. Samoa Joe vs. C.M. Punk The Final Confrontation ROH World Championship originally presented at ROH All-Star Extravaganza 2, 2004
Ever since he came into Armageddon Wrestling he has targeted Kurt Angle, intent on proving himself against the very best. Angle vows to finally prove that Mysterio is beneath him and re-focus on the soon-to-be unified World Title! B1. Kurt Angle vs. Rey Mysterio, Jr. originally presented at WWF Summerslam 02
Edge has been distracted from the title chase of late as well, but that's what happens when you disrespect the hardcore legend! B2. Edge vs. Mick Foley Hardcore match originally presented at WWF Wrestlemania 22, 2006
Shawn Michaels believes that he is ready to come out of retirement, but Triple H disagrees, and has expressed that disagreement with his sledgehammer! HBK's determination to avenge the backstabbing of his former friend promises to make this one of the night's most emotionally charged matches! B3. Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H Street Fight originally presented at WWF Summerslam 02
Can Styles prove that not even a monster can stand in the way in his quest for the soon-to-be unified World Championship? B4. A.J. Styles vs. Abyss Six Sides of Steel match Number One Contender originally presented at TNA Lockdown 05
Brock Lesnar will have to go through HELL (and the Undertaker) to retain his WWF World Championship, and go on to THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE! B5. Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker Hell in a Cell! WWF World Championship originally presented at WWF No Mercy 02