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Back from the break and out comes Randy Orton to a pop. Normally the babyfaces are outnumbered with the heels having more members on their team to provide an unfair advantage. Owens tries to run away but Orton hits him in the gut with the kendo stick. In the Attitude Era , however, full-time female wrestlers known formerly as Divas in WWE began engaging in strip matches for the purpose of titillation. Both superstars are allowed to use everything around them.

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Because of professional wrestling's long history over decades , many things have been recycled many match types often being variations of previous match types. The first person to step outside of the ring or touch the mat with any part of the body but the soles of the feet is the loser. Sometimes suffixed with the tagline "The Match Beyond", the War Games match features two rings surrounded by an enclosed steel cage with a roof with two teams or sometimes three facing one another. The only way to win is by pinfall or submission. Orton with a 2 count.

In others, such as tornado tag team matches, all competitors are in the ring at the same time. Strowman beat The Miztourage in a squash match. An Iron Man Match is a multiple-fall match with a set time limit. The match is won by the wrestler who wins the most falls within the said time limit, by either pinfall, submission, disqualification, or countout. A lumberjack match is a standard match with the exception that the ring is surrounded by a group of wrestlers not directly involved in it.

Usually, the "opposing" lumberjacks that is, face lumberjacks if the wrestler is a heel, and vice versa swarm the wrestlers if they leave the ring and force them back in it. Occasional interference from the lumberjacks is not uncommon, or is an all-out brawl on the outside involving most of the lumberjacks.

Early lumberjack matches even featured the lumberjacks wearing stereotypical lumberjack clothing in keeping with the lumberjack theme, though this is generally no longer done. A common theme is for the lumberjacks to consist entirely of heel wrestlers to stack the odds against the face competitor.

Variations of this match include the "Canadian" lumberjack match, in which the lumberjacks are equipped with leather straps , the "Extreme" lumberjack match, competed under Extreme Rules, and TNA 's "Fan's Revenge" lumberjack match, during which fans equipped with straps act as lumberjacks and are encouraged to whip wrestlers.

In two kinds of matches, a wrestler doesn't win by pinfall or submission, but only by stripping their opponent of their clothing. In the Attitude Era , however, full-time female wrestlers known formerly as Divas in WWE began engaging in strip matches for the purpose of titillation.

A bra and panties match is so named because it takes place between any number of female competitors , with the winner being the first to strip her opponent down to her bra and panties. A tuxedo match is similar to the Bra and panties match, where the match is contested between two male competitors in tuxedos. To win, a wrestler must strip their opponent's tuxedo off. An evening gown match is similar to the bra and panties match, and is usually contested by two female competitors.

The victor of the match is the wrestler who removes the evening gown of her opponent. The match is contested in a large container filled with various substances, typically between two female individuals who may or may not have experience with wrestling.

Substances can include anything from mud to chocolate milk. Sometimes, specialty substances are used for certain occasions e. Occasionally, a match would take place under the rules of a different type of contest. Like professional wrestling matches, the matches would be worked , with the participants not being in the perceived danger and the winner being predetermined. An arm wrestling match, in the context of professional wrestling, is a form of a basic arm wrestling contest. The professional wrestling version of a boxing match has standard boxing rules applied to it.

Wrestlers wear boxing gloves and the match is contested in rounds with fouls given out, though the matches are generally worked and end with one wrestler cheating and using wrestling maneuvers. As in MMA, pinfalls are not a valid method of victory. For a sumo match, the ropes are removed from the ring and standard sumo rules apply. The first person to step outside of the ring or touch the mat with any part of the body but the soles of the feet is the loser.

Hardcore wrestling is a subset of professional wrestling where some, any, or all of the traditional rules do not apply. Most often this simply means there are no disqualifications , which itself eliminates countouts , allowing decisions to take place anywhere. Other common euphemisms for hardcore matches are Street Fight which suggests wrestlers are to dress in normal street clothes , Extreme Rules match, Ultraviolent Rules match hardcore rules matches exclusively in CZW that usual involve ladders, tables, steel folding chairs, thumbtacks, barbed wire, weed whackers, light tubes, and fire , HardKore X-Treme match A version of the Hardcore match except weapons include flaming tables, flaming chairs, razor wire, sheets of glass and weapons wrapped in barbed wire , No Holds Barred match, Bimbo Brawl involving female wrestlers in a hardcore match , and the Good Housekeeping match which emphasized the use of kitchen implements as weapons.

World Championship Wrestling utilized the term Raven's Rules for hardcore matches involving the wrestler Raven. They also created their own specific brand of hardcore match, for which bouts were to begin backstage rather than in the ring.

A barbed wire steel cage match is one of any number of matches that uses strands of barbed wire in some capacity. Simply using barbed wire in an otherwise regular steel cage match does not make the match a barbed wire steel cage match; the barbed wire must be part of the match's design.

Another variations are the Razor Wire Steel Cage Match, a similar concept to that of the barbed wire cage match, however the barbed wire is replaced by razor wire and is wrapped around the top, corners, and walls of the cage, and Barbed wire Razor wire Steel Cage match is the same as the barbed wire cage match, however the top, corners, and walls of the cage are covered with barbed wire, then also further covered with razor wire. It is a singles match for which poles attached to the ring posts measured about five to six feet above the turnbuckles, with single chains wrapped from and hanging on the poles to various points on the ring itself with many weapons hanging from and attached to steel chains above the ring, sometimes with sides of a steel cage attached to and erected on the ring.

In a Fans Bring the Weapons match, all the weapons are provided by the fans prior to the show. Sometimes the weapons will be in the ring before the match starts, although occasionally weapons will be handed to the wrestlers during the action. This match type gained popular fame in the now defunct ECW. A First Blood match is a no disqualification match where in order to win a wrestler has to make his opponent bleed. Or, rather, depending on the nuances of the promotion and the angle surrounding the match, the first person to bleed loses, regardless of source.

There have been matches where bloody noses count. In a variation called Sadistic Madness, which was created by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling , the opponent must be bleeding before a wrestler can legally pin them. Although, there are no disqualifications, outside interference cannot be seen causing the participant to bleed.

The Last Man Standing match is a hardcore-style match where the only way to win is by knockout. That is, a wrestler will lose the match if they are unable to answer a ten-count after being downed, similar to the knockout ruling of a boxing match. To avoid losing, the downed wrestler must be on their feet by the count of 10, but they can't lose by leaving the ring for count ring out if he is still on his feet while recovering.

Mexican Death Match , where a wrestler must be pinned or forced to submit before the referee will begin the ten-count. A no countout match is a regular match where both competitors can stay outside of the ring or stay down for longer than the standard 10 or 20 seconds.

A No Holds Barred match, also known as a no disqualification match, [34] or sometimes as an Anything Goes match, Boot Camp match or Raven's Rules match, is a match where neither wrestler can be disqualified , allowing for weapons and outside interference.

A match that does not observe disqualifications, where pinfalls must take place in the ring, can also be known as an unsanctioned match, or street fight. No Holds Barred matches may be used in feuds where a challenger may have won matches against the champion, but did not claim the championship because the champion was disqualified championships may only change hands via pinfall or submission unless a stipulation is made where the title can change hands by disqualification. A Taipei Deathmatch is a match where the wrestlers' fists are taped and dipped into glue and in broken and crushed glass, allowing shards to stick to their fists.

Win by pinfall, submission or escape. A Barbed Wire Massacre Match is a match where the ring ropes replaced are barbed wire and the weapons themselves are wrapped in barbed wire as well.

Made popular in the late s and early s by small American wrestling leagues, as well as overseas Japanese promotions during the s. A submission match is typically a match in which pinfalls, count-outs and disqualifications are not legal and a match could only end via making an opponent tap out to a submission hold.

A very famous variation of this match is an "I Quit" match in which a wrestler has to beat his opponent and force him to utter "I Quit". As professional wrestling seeks to also tell a story, some matches are made solely for the purposes of advancing the plot. This typically involves the loser of a match being penalized in some way.

A match where whoever falls off the scaffold is declared the loser. A variation named Elevation X, features a scaffold in the shape of the letter X. A Last Chance match, also called a Do or Die match, is a championship match where, if the challenger does not win the title, they are banned from challenging for it again as long as the winner of the same match holds it.

Loser Leaves Town is a generic term for any match where the loser has to leave the current promotion or brand. It was held with somewhat greater frequency though still not nearly as common as in the past in WWE during the brand extension , where the losing wrestler typically left the brand Raw or SmackDown , only to go to the other brand.

The "retirement" stipulation can be applied to just one wrestler [39] or both wrestlers in a match can be wrestling for their careers. In this case it's designed to be a last hurrah, showcasing the wrestler's talent one last time for their fans. A match similar to a singles match with the exception that the loser must kiss the winner's bare foot. Such matches included Bret Hart vs. Jerry Lawler during the King of the Ring and Lawler vs. Michael Cole during the Over the Limit pay-per-view.

Luchas de Apuestas literally "gambling fights" are matches where both wrestlers wager something specific the mask or hair on the outcome. The loser of the match then loses the item, being forced to take off the mask or be shaved bald. It is also possible for a wrestler to put someone else's item on the line, with the same stipulation applying in the event of a loss.

As a form of further humiliation, the loser can be forced to physically hand the mask he just lost to the winner. The most popular types of wager are the mask of a masked wrestler or the hair of a non-masked wrestler, most commonly put against each other in mask vs. Throughout Mexico, when masked wrestlers lose their masks, they are not allowed to compete under a mask with that same gimmick. In matches where hair is on the line, generally the heel wrestler loses the match, as it is designed to humiliate the heel wrestler.

While most wrestlers especially female wrestlers end up growing their hair back out, in some cases the wrestler may tend to keep a shaved head as part of their look. For instance, Angle's kayfabe explanation was that he could not regrow it despite using Rogaine , hair tonic , and even fertilizer.

In reality, he was already going bald naturally , with many jokes about his receding hair line having been made on TV long before his head was shaved; his then-wife Karen had wanted Angle to shave his head.

Angle would briefly regrow it for his role in the movie Warrior before shaving it again. Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal, also known in WWE as Raw Roulette, [47] is not a match type itself, but a way to assign a type to a match that does not yet have one. Before the match either a " wheel of fortune " or roulette wheel featuring a number of match types is spun, with the match landed on being used for the night.

Though most matches take place in and around the ring , some are designed specifically for more exotic locales. The majority of these matches take on the name of their setting, often appending "brawl" to the end, and are generally hardcore by definition. The following is a list of locale-based variations that supplant or replace the standard rules.

The match must be won by pinfall or submission, and there are no countouts and no disqualifications. A Boiler Room Brawl starts in a boiler room , with the winner being the first wrestler to successfully get out. A street fight is a match with no disqualifications and falls count anywhere meaning pinfall and submission attempts can happen anywhere.

A Miracle on a 34th Street Fight is a Christmas-themed match, named after the movie Miracle on 34th Street , involving Christmas-themed weapons including fire extinguishers, pumpkin pies, presents, Christmas trees, Christmas wreaths, candy kendo sticks, bowling balls, and teddy bears.

Two types of matches take place in parking lots, the Parking Lot Brawl [51] and the Iron Circle match. Both superstars are allowed to use everything around them. This includes the using the cars as weapons and anything found around them. First one to pinfall or submission is the winner. A Trick or Street Fight is a Halloween-themed match, named after the Halloween tradition "Trick or Treating", involving Halloween-themed weapons including pumpkins, buckets of candy, bowls full of water and apples, skeletons, witches' brooms, gravestones, candy kendo sticks, plus common wrestling weapons such as tables and chairs.

Though the use of foreign objects , the matches generally take the name of the weapon being used " Singapore cane match", " Chairs match". The following is a list of weapon-based matches where additional rules supplant or replace the standard rules. The Crazy 8 match, used mostly in the defunct Pro Wrestling Unplugged promotion, involves placing a championship belt at the top of a scaffold with the first wrestler to retrieve it being declared the winner. Placed in and around the ring for the wrestlers to utilize during the match are one side of a steel cage , two trampolines, and four rope swings.

A ladder match is a match where a specific object usually a title or a contract for a title is placed above the ring—out of the reach of the competitors—with the winner being the first person to climb a ladder and retrieve it. The King of the Mountain match is described as a "reverse ladder match". Instead of retrieving an object hanging above the ring, the winner is the first person to use a ladder to hang a championship belt above the ring—after having scored a pinfall or submission pinfalls count anywhere to earn the right to try.

A wrestler who has been pinned or forced to submit must spend two minutes in a penalty box. A pillow fight is a match held for which pillows and a bed are placed in the ring. A variation, the Lingerie Pillow Fight, requires the participants to wear lingerie. Another variation, the Pajama Pillow Fight, requires the participants to wear pajamas. A tables, ladders, and chairs match often abbreviated as "TLC match" , is an extension of a ladder match with chairs and tables also being present as legal weapons.

The match has two variations. The other as a traditional style match won by pinfall or submission. TNA calls this variation "Full Metal Mayhem", where steel chains are also permitted along with tables, ladders, and chairs.

In this variation, only the named object may be used as a weapon. Examples include the steel stairs match, barbed wire baseball bat match, pillows, thumbtacks match, etc. We go to the ring and out comes The New Day. Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin are out next. Gable starts off with Xavier Woods. Woods drops Gable early on and tags in Kofi Kingston for some double teaming. Kofi with more offense for a 2 count as Big E cheers him on from ringside.

Benjamin gets the tag and they double team Woods to take control. We go to commercial with Benjamin in control of Woods. Back from the break and Gable goes at it with Woods. Woods nails a big missile dropkick from the top. Kofi gets the hot tag and springboards in with a big shot on Shelton as he tags in.

Kofi unloads on Shelton. Benjamin tries to overpower Kofi but gets kicked. Kofi with a crossbody for a close 2 count. Benjamin catapults Kofi out of the corner but he lands on his feet. Kofi drops Shelton with a big shot and gets fired up. Kofi with the Boom Drop. Shelton blocks Trouble In Paradise but Kofi dumps him to the floor. Gable also gets dumped to the floor. Woods runs the ropes and lands on both of his opponents.

Shelton goes back in but Kofi superkicks him. Woods tags in for the assisted stomp from the top. Woods covers Shelton for the pin. Naomi is backstage with Charlotte Flair and they're ready to get some payback. Natalya appears and has words but says she's willing to put their differences aside to get revenge. Mojo suddenly attacks him from behind and beats him down.

Fans chant "this is awesome" as Mojo unloads on Ryder. Kayla Braxton asks him why he attacked Ryder. Mojo says like Ryder said in the ring, the landscape has changed. Dasha Fuentes is backstage with Roode now. Roode cuts a promo on Corbin and says he knows there's someone out there that's smarter, better and that will take away his United States Title. Roode goes on until Corbin appears and says Roode is delirious if he thinks he's scared of him. Roode challenges Corbin to put the title on the line tonight.

Corbin declines the challenge. They head to the ring together. AJ hits the ring but Jinder attacks him and beats him down. Jinder sends AJ into the ring post, causing him to fall out to the floor.

Back from the break and AJ tells the referee he wants to compete. AJ looks to unload but Samir and Sunil beat him down for the double team. Jinder watches from ringside and applauds them. The Singh Brothers keep up the attack on AJ and take turns with pin attempts. AJ finally fights back and drops both of them but the numbers game catches up again as they take his knee out.

AJ fights them off again while sitting on the top. Jinder gets on the apron but AJ kicks him in the face. Samir climbs up for a superplex but AJ fights him off. AJ hits a super Styles Clash on top of Sunil for the double pin. Jinder takes out his frustration on The Singh Brothers as fans chant "you still suck" at him. Jinder hits one of The Singh Brothers again and stands tall as his music hits.

We go to replays. Ruby reveals their group name is The Riot Squad. She says they're not here to make friends, they're here to turn the division upside down and she has two of the most dangerous women in the world at her side.

Liv and Logan also speak before we go to commercial. We go to the ring and out first comes Natalya. Naomi is out last for her team. Natalya starts off with Ruby but Ruby beats her down. Members can search by area, disability and interests. MySpecialMatch was created by Shannon and her husband, who have a daughter with special needs. They wanted to create a space where she and others like her could find friends and potential partners in a fun, safe, and private space.

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In others, such as tornado tag team matches, all competitors are in the ring at the same time. Apparently this does not count against the team.

handicap match making

The Thunderdome is a variation on the Thundercage, with the area near the top of the cage electrified. Redirected from Handicap match.

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This handicap match making is referred to by many wrestling critics as a "Russo Special", due to the propensity of WCW booker Vince Russo 's use of Pole Matches during his tenure at the company. In fact, there have only been five to this date in the WWE, all of which have involved Kane. SinceWWE held a pay-per-view of handicap match making same name every February, featuring this match type as one of its marquee matches. A Boiler Room Brawl starts in a boiler roomwith the winner being the first wrestler to successfully get out. Orton slams O que e um speed dating face into the announce table and brings a kendo stick from under handicap match making ring as fans pop.