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Fantasy Wrestling Rule Book

 

General
Win
Winning a match. 20 points.
DQ
The wrestler's opponent was disqualified by the referee. Includes count-outs. 15 points.
Team-Win
The wrestler was on the winning team. 15 points.
Squash
Win versus a Jimmy Jobber who is not on the roster and is not a celebrity guest 15 points.
Draw
An official match decided as a No Contest, Tie, Double DQ/Countout, or other Schmozz where there is no winner or loser. Bell must ring to start the official match. 5 points.
Bonus Points
Accompanying to the ring
1 points. Accompanying another wrestler to the ring.
Ambulance Ride
50 points. Awarded for a beatdown so serious that the victim is shown being put into an ambulance. (Points are awarded when the stretcher touches the ambulance.) The wrestler must receive Strapped to a Stretcher points first to receive an Ambulance Ride bonus.
Attack
5 points. Attack another wrestler. During a match, non-participants will be given interference points instead. Attacker must physically hit or knock down the attacked. This rule does not stack. Holds are an attack. Shoving does not count unless it knocks them down. (Once Per Segment)
Attack (Multi)
10 points. Attack 3 or more people during any segment.
Back Stage Beat Up
10 points. Awarded for beating up ANYONE back stage. This includes off-site shoots. The person lying down at the end, got beat up. *Previously recorded footage DOES NOT count.
Belt Attack
4 points. Hitting someone with any championship belt. Stacks 5 times.
Break-Away Ringside Wall
10 points. Putting your opponent through the ringside break-away wall.
Chair Shot
2 points. Awarded for hitting ANYBODY with a chair. Stacks to 5. Not awarded during a match where chairs are legal (such as a TLC match or any type of no-DQ match).
Cheatacular
10 points. Hitting an opponent more than 5 times with a chair, title belt, or any other foreign object. 5 chair shot, Belt Attack, or foreign object points must be awarded first. Does not stack.
Classic Promo
8 points. A Classic Promo is when a wrestler is on the way to the ring and a separate window pops up and that same wrestler is speaking in the video. Classic WWF.
Contract Signing
10 points. Participate in a contract signing event as a superstar whose name is on the contract (you don't need to be shown physically signing the paper and if it's a tag match, all members of the team will be awarded this).
Crossover Star
5 points. As a member of the other show's roster, appear on the opposite show. (Example: if John Cena is drafted to SmackDown and appears on RAW, he will get crossover star points for that show). Once per show.
Ejected!
10 points. Be ejected from ringside by an official during a match.
Eliminator
3 points. Awarded for eliminating a wrestler or tag team in elimination style matches (only the person performing the actual pin, submission, or over the top elimination is awarded the point). Stipulation and normal points will still be applied for the actual winner of the match as well.
Eliminator Team-up
1 points. Same as eliminator. This rule is for more than 1 wrestler performing an elimination. This rule is for Battle Royals and the Royal Rumble, but could come into effect in other match.
Enforcer
10 points. Be an enforcer during an official match.
Fade to Black
4 points. Awarded if your wrestler is on screen when either Raw or SmackDown goes off the air. If more than one wrestler is on screen, each get "Fade to Black Team-up". If there are more than 5 wrestlers on screen, no points are awarded.
Fade to Black Team-up
2 points. Two or more wrestlers on screen when either Raw or SmackDown go off the air. Maximum 5.
Fighting in the crowd
5 points. Bring the fight into the WWE universe. Both wrestlers will be awarded points. Both wrestlers must be in the crowd and do some action (hold/strike/slam) while in the crowd.
Foreign Object
3 points. Awarded for hitting anyone with a foreign object. A foreign object can be anything not listed in other categories. So Chairs for example, do not count with this point. Must not be a legal object in the match (a ladder doesn't count in a ladder match). This rule stacks 5 times.
Guest Announcer
5 points. Put on a headset and announce during an official match.
Interference
3 points. Coming in contact with the referee and/or whoever is involved with the match. Handing a wrestler an object or removing a legal object from their reach. One foot on the apron during a match. Once per match, per interferer. If they are part of the match (like a lumberjack) they don't get interference points.
Interview Interference
2 points. Interrupt another Wrestler's interview.
Interviewed
5 points. Complete an interview during a LIVE show (Raw, Smackdown & PPV's) with an official WWE Interviewer, without being interrupted by anyone on the DropTheBelt roster. An interview is when one wrestler or a team of wrestlers are being interviewed. No microphone, no points. Live interviews only.
Looking on ...
5 points. Watching a match on TV while backstage.
Microphone Master
1 points. Hold a microphone and speak into it or speak into a podium/standing microphone.
PPV Star
3 points. Awarded for participating in a match on any PPV.
Show Opener
3 points. First wrestler from the DropTheBelt roster seen LIVE on the show. *Pre-taped segments do not count.
Slammed on a car
25 points. When a wrestler performs a move on a car/truck. All 4 feet must be on the car at the start of the move and the affected wrestler must hit the car. Throwing someone from the ground onto a car or smacking them with a piece of the car doesn't count. Valid at any time.
Slammy Award Winner
10 points. Winning a Slammy during the LIVE RAW.
Sole Survivor
20 points. Awarded for surviving a survivor series match.
Special Guest Referee
10 points. Appear as the special guest referee in an official match. The bell must sound for the match to start before it is official. The wrestler must be introduced as the special guest referee.
Strapped to a Stretcher
25 points. Awarded for injuring another Superstar or Diva, so that they must be taken out on a stretcher. The injured Superstar or Diva must be actually strapped into the stretcher. This rule stacks with Ambulance Ride.
Table Shot
10 points. Awarded for putting ANYBODY through a table. Not awarded during a match where tables are legal (such as a TLC match or any type of no-DQ match).
Through The Announcer Table
15 points. Putting ANYBODY through the Announcer Table.
TV Star
1 points. Participate in a televised match on Raw or SmackDown. Match must officially begin (bell rung) for points to be awarded.
Unification
25 points. Defend your belt while winning another. BOTH titles must be on the line in a unification or undisputed champion type match.
Stipulations
2 out of 3 falls
15 points. Awarded for winning a 2 out of 3 falls match.
6-Man Tag Match
5 points. Awarded for winning a 6-Man Tag.
8 Man tag
5 points. Awarded for winning an 8-Man tag match.
Ambulance
10 points. Awarded for winning an Ambulance match.
Battle Royal
10 points. Awarded for winning a Battle Royal.
Beat the clock
10 points. Awarded for winning a Beat the clock match.
Buried Alive/Casket Match
15 points. Awarded for winning a Buried Alive or Casket Match.
Champion VS Champion
10 points. Awarded for winning a Champion VS Champion match.
Elimination Chamber
35 points. Awarded for winning an Elimination Chamber match.
Falls Count Anywhere
10 points. Awarded for winning a Falls Count Anywhere match.
Fatal 4-way
10 points. Awarded for winning a Fatal 4-way match.
First Blood
10 points. Awarded for winning a First Blood match.
Flag
5 points. Awarded for winning a Flag match.
Four Corners
15 points. Awarded for winning a Four Corners match.
Guest Referee
5 points. Awarded for winning a match with a guest referee.
Handicap
10 points. Awarded for winning a Handicap match. The match must start and end as a handicap match. Or the match must be clearly designated by a GM as a handicap match.
Hardcore
10 points. Win a hardcore match.
Hell in a Cell
25 points. Awarded for winning a Hell in a Cell match.
I Quit
15 points. Awarded for winning an I Quit match. (A match where you must make your opponent say "I Quit").
Iron Man Match
20 points. Awarded for winning an Iron Man Match.
King of the Ring
15 points. Awarded for winning King of the Ring.
Last Man Standing
10 points. Awarded for winning a Last Man Standing match.
LumberJack Match
5 points. Awarded for winning a LumberJack Match.
Mixed Tag Match
5 points. Awarded for winning a mixed tag team match.
Money in the Bank
30 points. Awarded for winning any Money in the Bank match.
No DQ
10 points. Awarded for winning a no DQ match.
No Holds Barred
15 points. Awarded for winning a No Holds Barred match.
No. 1 Contenders Match
10 points. Awarded for winning a No. 1 Contenders Match
On a pole
10 points. Awarded for winning a "Blank" on a pole match.
Other
5 points. If it's not on the list it's an "other" stipulation.
Retirement Match
20 points. Awarded for winning a retirement match. (A match where the outcome involves one or more of the participants retiring from wrestling.)
Royal Rumble
50 points. Awarded for winning the Royal Rumble.
Steel Cage Match
10 points. Awarded for winning a Steel Cage Match.
Street Fight
15 points. Awarded for winning a street fight match.
Submission
10 points. Awarded for winning a Submission match.
Survivor Series
10 points. Awarded for being on the winning team for a survivor series match.
TLC Match
25 points. Awarded for winning a match involving Tables, ladders AND/OR Chairs.
Tornado Tag
10 points. Awarded for winning a Tornado Tag match.
Triple Threat
10 points. Awarded for winning a Triple Threat match.
Titles
WWE Universal Championship
Currently held by Brock Lesnar. 50 points for winning, 25 points for defending.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Currently held by Jinder Mahal. 50 points for winning, 25 points for defending.
US Championship
Currently held by Kevin Owens. 40 points for winning, 20 points for defending.
Intercontinental Championship
Currently held by Dean Ambrose. 40 points for winning, 20 points for defending.
Tag Team Championship 1
Currently held by Matt Hardy. 30 points for winning, 15 points for defending.
Tag Team Championship 2
Currently held by Jeff Hardy. 30 points for winning, 15 points for defending.
SD Tag Team Championship 1
Currently held by Jimmy Uso. 30 points for winning, 15 points for defending.
SD Tag Team Championship 2
Currently held by Jey Uso. 30 points for winning, 15 points for defending.
SD Women's Championship
Currently held by Naomi. 25 points for winning, 15 points for defending.
Womens Championship
Currently held by Alexa Bliss. 25 points for winning, 15 points for defending.
Cruiserweight Championship
Currently held by Neville. 20 points for winning, 10 points for defending.
Special Rules & Glossary

Match outcome: If a match is restarted or a decision reversed, we will go with the latest outcome of the match.

Five man rule: If 5 or more wrestlers qualify for a bonus at the same time, the bonus is void. For instance, if 10 wrestlers jump in the ring to attack another wrestler, nobody will get these points.

Freebird rule: If a tag-team consists of more than 2 members and they are sharing the titles according to the freebird rule in WWE, the wreslters who actually participated in the match will get the title win/defend points while the member(s) who sit out will not. Other standard rules (interference/accompaniang/etc) still apply.

Multiple stipulations: If more than one stipulation applies to a match, the one worth the most points will be awarded.

Bell to Bell: Some points can only be given out during a match, from when the bell rings to start the match, until it rings again to stop the match. A match is Bell to Bell.

Once Per Segment: Some points can only be given out once per segment.

How we consider segments & Bell to Bell on DropTheBelt: If Ricardo Rodriguez speaks into a microphone before & after a match. Bell to bell breaks the segment, therefore 2 "Once Per Segment" points can be given. 2 Microphone Masters. He can also get interference points during the match and get attack points before & after the match.

WWE PPV Pre-show (Kickoff): Pre-show will only have match results points & will be posted on that PPV's results page. No bonus points will be awarded.

Tensai Rule: During a Tensai match in the Survivor Series 2012 season, there was major controversy about interference, attack & who actually got the DQ win. The WWE posted the results to be a draw and chaos ensued on DTB. Moving forward, FINAL MATCH RESULTS will be based on WWE.com. Bonus points can still be reviewed via video from WWE.com and their youtube channel.

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