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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.