Rebook a Wrestlemania
For example I will do Wrestle Mania 32:
Kickoff: Tag Team Match
The Usos def. The Dudley Boys
Kickoff: Fatal 4 Way Match to determinate the No.1 Contender for the WWE Women's Championship
Emma def. Paige, Natalya and Naomi.
Kickoff: Twenty Man Dusty Rhodes over The Top Rope Battle Royal
Braun Strowman wins by last eliminating Kane.
1.Seven Man Ladder Match for the WWE United States Championship
Bray Wyatt def. Kalisto (C), Alberto Del Rio, Damien Sandow, Dolph Ziggler, Stardust and RyBack.
Baron Corbin debuts as a part of the Wyatt Family to allow Bray to win.
A.J. Styles def. The Miz
3.Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
The New Day (C) def. The League Of Nations (Rusev and Sheamus).
4.Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
Kevin Owens (C) def. Sami Zayn
5.Street Fight for Full Control over WWE Raw with Vince McMahon as the Special Guest Referee
Brock Lesnar def. Shane McMahon
I will have Lesnar kill Shane. Then on Raw we will have Shane's last moment in the sun, when he pulls out the contract that was signed for the match, and shows Vince that he added a little thing to the contract that he didn't notice. And the contract states, that if Shane loses at WM, he will get one more chance to get Raw at PayBack, against Vince McMahon.
6.Triple Threat Match for the WWE Women's Championship
Charlotte (C) def. Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch
Dean Ambrose def. Chris Jericho.
8.Singles Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Roman Reigns def. Triple H (C)
The Rock def. Wade Barrett (0:06)
Have the LOA come out, and say that they are done to be humiliated by Families or Legends, and Barrett challenges anyone in the back for a match. Rock comes out. 6 seconds. Cena returns.
10.Hell In A Cell Match
The Undertaker def. Finn Balor.
WWE - Top 3: Ambrose & Wyatt & Rollins.
WWE - Hate 3: Cena & The Bellas .
TNA - Top 3: EC3 & Spud & Lashley.
TNA - Hate 3: Dixie & Anderson & EY.
Id have changed a few things leading up to the show; first off, Austin beats Jericho at No Way Out after nWo interferes and leaves, Flair intervenes on behalf of Austin to counter the nWo and costs Jericho the title. Taker and Kane are now targets of nWo who add Big Show and Mr Perfect in the weeks leading up to Wretlemania, building off of Vinces mandate for the nWo taking out the top guys; Austin, Rock, Angle and Taker, Kane joins his brother to add strength in numbers leading into Wrestlemania....
Edge def. DDP (european title)
Kurt Angle def Mr Perfect
Booker T def RVD (intercontinental title)
APA def Dudleys (tag team titles)
Hall and Nash def Undertaker and Kane
- Xpac interferes, joins nWo
Chris Jericho def Ric Flair
Rock def Hollywood Hogan
- hogan shakes rocks hand, nWo comes down and beats up both guys
HHH def Stone Cold (Undisputed title)
- nWo interferes, costs austin title; HHH joins nWo
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Wrestlemania XXX (Re - Done)
CM Punk (Rumble Winner) defeats Randy Orton for the WWE Title
The Undertaker defeats John Cena (Streak not broken)
Daniel Bryan defeats HHH
The Shield defeats The Wyatt Family (Falls count anywhere)
Brock Lesnar defeats Batista
The Real Americans defeat the Uso's for the tag titles
AJ Lee wins battle royal to keep her belt (Same)
Kane wins Andre Battle Royal
Punk winning gold to close the show would've been great. And you could've had Punk vs. Bryan at Summerslam that year!!!
Taker's streak shouldn't have been broken and being Wrestlemania 30 it would've been a great time to pair him with Cena (Fresh Match)
Shield vs. Wyatt Family feud was never carried out as long as it should've been
Batista vs. Brock would've been a nice match.
Real Americans could've had a longer run to with a championship reign.
The one that I always thought could've been better was WrestleMania 29. It was not a bad show by any means, but there are some changes I would make.
20 Man Preshow Battle Royal
Winner: Big E Langston in his WWE debut
Antonio Cesaro vs. Chris Jericho
This match would start the main card for WM29. Cesaro was the US Champion at the time, but not really doing much around Mania only to drop the belt to Kofi Kingston shortly after WM. I would actually have Kofi Kingston win the US title at Elimination Chamber for a reason to get into later on. This also puts Jericho in a much better match than Fandango and this would be a very good opener to WM29. Now Jericho would put somebody over who could actually do something decent with it in his career.
Winner: Antonio Cesaro
Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett(c) vs. The Miz
I would have the match that took place on RAW the night after just take place here. The 1-day title reigns are very unnecessary
Winner and STILL Intercontinental Champion: Wade Barrett
Divas Championship: Kaitlyn(c) vs. AJ Lee
Just move their rivalry up a couple of months from when it actually happened. Plus you could make AJ's title reign end up being right at a year when she drops the title to Paige on RAW after WMXXX.
Winner and NEW Divas Champion: AJ Lee
Submission Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger
I'm fine with this match taking place as they were trying a Del Rio face run, just don't make it for the World Heavyweight Championship. I'd have Del Rio defend his title in the Elimination Chamber by last submitting Jack Swagger, and while he's celebrating, Swagger attacks from behind. He throws him through one of the pods and leaves him motionless. Then Dolph Ziggler cashes in MITB after the beatdown and Ziggler becomes champion for WM29. This sets up Del Rio/Swagger for this WM.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
Ryback vs. Mark Henry
Ryback was very over at the time, and he shouldn't have lost this match. I'm fine with all the build up being the same leading up to it.
Winner Take All 6 Man Tag for the US Championship&WWE Tag Team Championship:
Kofi Kingston(c) and Hell No(c) vs. The Shield
Now this is why I would make Kofi Kingston US Champion. Since The Shield claimed all this gold just a month later at Extreme Rules, combine this into a 6 Man Tag that could've really stolen the show. I'd have The Shield actually beat Orton, Sheamus, and Big Show the month before at Elimination Chamber. The next night, they attack Kofi Kingston. The following week they attack Hell No. They said they want some gold, and they aren't going anywhere until they do. This ultimately sets up this match with some build up for a few weeks.
Winners and NEW US Champion and Tag Team Champions: The Shield
Fatal Four-Way for the World Heavyweight Championship:
Dolph Ziggler(c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Sheamus vs. The Big Show
Since the three challengers lost to The Shield, just have them say they didn't get to compete for the title in the Chamber. They fight in a triple threat that leads to a no contest after Ziggler interferes not wanting to face any of them. This blows up in his face as he now has to defend against these three at WM29. This match could've actually put Ziggler in the main event scene for years to come.
Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Dolph Ziggler
No Holds Barred: Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar
I'm fine with how this turned out. Just leave it
Winner: Triple H
Rock/Cena II-If Cena Loses, He Will Retire: The Rock vs. John Cena
I'm fine with the rematch from WM28, I just wouldn't make it the main event or for the WWE Championship. Just start the buildup around the Rumble this time. Have Cena continue to struggle since his loss to The Rock the year before and him saying he needs to beat him to get back on track. He's willing to put his career on the line for one more match with The Great One. Yeah, we know Cena will win this match, but we all knew that going into WM29 anyways.
Winner: John Cena
500-Day Reign VS. The Streak for the WWE Championship
CM Punk(c) vs. The Undertaker
I'd have Undertaker win the Royal Rumble and have Punk stay champion all the way to WM. This match was the MOTN, and no doubt it would've been again on this card, but the build up would be even better. They could've made the build up pretty incredible with Punk being Champion for over 500 days while The Undertaker still had The Streak. Everybody would expect The Undertaker to win, but we all did at WMXXX as well... Since Taker would lose a year later to Brock Lesnar, why not end The Streak a year early on somebody who could've actually used it and really shock the world?
Winner and STILL WWE Champion: CM Punk
I actually have a WM31 card in mind too that I think would've ended up better, but I'll do that one later this weekend. I hope y'all enjoy my WM29 card!
I'm AWESOME, because that's how I roll! And that's the bottom line because I said so!!!
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Rewriting WrestleMania IX
1. The Nasty Boys def. The Headshrinkers
Knobs and Sags were in the twilight of their WWF run in 1993, and I'd have sent them off with a win here in the opener.
2. Doink def. Crush
One of the few matches I'd leave alone on this awful card. The moment of the 2 Doinks looking at eachother and mirroring each other's movements was pretty memorable and makes it worth keeping.
3. Tatanka def. Bam Bam Bigelow
Bigelow stands out as missing from this card and I don't think Tatanka deserved to be in a title match at the biggest event of the year. These 2 would've made for a decent feud and match with eachother.
4. WWF Tag Team Championship: The Steiner Brothers def. Money Inc. (c)
Rick and Scott won the tag team titles twice later in the year. Hogan and Beefcake couldn't be taken seriously as tag champions, so why even have them take that route? I'd have put the Steiners over as champs, though I probably would have had them trade wins back and forth with DiBiase and IRS just as they did in reality.
5. Giant Gonzalez def. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake
Gonzalez didn't deserve to be in such a high profile match w/ Taker, and Beefcake had no business competing for the tag titles with Hogan, so I'd kill 2 birds with 1 stone and throw them in a match together here. Gonzalez gets the win and maybe you give him enough momentum rolling into Summerslam to go up against Taker then.
6. The Undertaker def. Razor Ramon
What a step backwards WM9 was for Scott Hall. He went from tag teaming with Flair in the main event of Survivor Series '92 and a WWF Title match against Bret Hart at the '93 Rumble....to Bob Backlund at WrestleMania? Give me a break. I'll put him against Taker in a huge improvement from what took place and make him Taker's 3rd victim in the streak.
7. Intercontinental Championship: Shawn Michaels (c) def. "Macho Man" Randy Savage
In my opinion, they missed a big "passing of the torch" moment here by not having Michaels and Savage match up. Shawn was the next great IC Champ and Savage was one of the great IC Champs of all-time. These 2 could have stolen the show.
8. Yokozuna def. Hulk Hogan
Hogan was known for being outsized in some of his greatest Mania moments, and this would have been no different. I wouldn't have had Yokozuna win the Rumble, but I'd give him the win here over Hogan to begin his push towards the WWF Championship at Summerslam or Survivor Series.
9. "The Narcissist" Lex Luger def. Mr. Perfect
Really no need to change this one. It was Luger's first Mania and he deserved a win over a legendary opponent like Hennig. Although it was very tempting to put Perfect vs Flair, but I would have wrapped up that feud at the Rumble with Flair coming out on top. I never would have had Bret win the title in 1992, let alone at a non ppv event.
10. WWF Championship: Bret "Hitman" Hart def. Ric Flair (c)
The biggest missed opportunity of WM9 was not putting Flair on the card. He was still with WWF at the time, so why not finish up his feud with Perfect at the Rumble, and then have him lose the championship to Bret (my RR winner) in grand fashion? I was very close to making the main event Savage vs Flair, but that could have still happened at WM10. The ending of Hogan waltzing into his 5th championship with Bret "cheering" him on was such a wtf moment. Flair should have gone in as champ after regaining it from Savage (which I would have booked for Summerslam 92 - where they ALSO baffled me by leaving him off the card). A career match could have also been a nice stipulation since this would have been Flair's last match anyway before heading back to WCW.
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This sounds fun , i might do this more than once, i'm a huge fantasy booker
Pre-Show: Zack Ryder and The Usos vs 3MB
(This exists because 3MB was new at the time, The Usos were starting to get pushed at this time, and Zack Ryder had an awful 2012, let him have a great 2013. Story is that 3MB brags about how awesome they are, The Usos and Ryder band together to shut them up)
Winner: Ryder and The Usos
Pre-Show: 20 or something Battle Royal
(Just a battle royal for everyone to do something, maybe call it the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal? Some notes: Big Show goes on a rampage, tossing people left and right, before being eliminated by the Rhodes Scholars. Justin Gabriel has a nice showing, using his high flying abilities to toss people out, including The Miz for a shock elimination. Tamina actually participates, and everyone laughs, saying "HAHAHA, she can't do this, she's a woman, HAHAHA" and then she starts a superkick party, and starts eliminating people like pieces of garbage)
Winner: Damien Sandow (eliminating Justin Gabriel by the end)
1.Team Hell No (tag champs) and Randy Orton (US Champ) vs The Shield in a All or Nothing, Winner Take All, 6 man tag team match for the WWE Tag Team and US Championships
(Orton wins the US title from Antonio Cesaro earlier in the year, plus Team Hell No and Orton had their problems with The Shield at this time)
Winner:The Shield (lets have what happened at Extreme Rules happen at Mania)
2.Rey Mysterio vs Big E Langston
(This is Big E's debut, plus it's something for Mysterio to do)
Winner:Big E Langston
3.Kaitlyn vs AJ Lee (oh AJ Lee...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xvh9NFzUqwM) for the WWE Divas (ewww) Championship
(Why they didn't do this at Mania is beyond me, lets just have the story from Payback, and do it at Mania. AJ and Kaitlyn DID have the best feud of the women in a long time, they at least deserve a match at the grandest stage of them all)
Winner:AJ Lee (starting to see a pattern?)
4.Wade Barrett vs Antonio Cesaro vs Sheamus vs Kofi Kingston in a Fatal 4 Way Elimination Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
(Barrett was already IC champ at this time, instead of feuding with The Miz, he feuds with Sheamus for RR and EC. Kofi at one points beats Barrett in a non title match, Cesaro beats Sheamus, who is the #1 contender, so Kofi and Cesaro declare their stake for the IC title, and Vickie Guerrero makes a Fatal 4 Way elimination match)
(Cesaro eliminates Sheamus)
(Kofi eliminates Cesaro)
(Barrett eliminates Kingston)
5.Dolph Ziggler vs Chris Jericho in a Ladder Match for the MITB briefcase
(Like what i said about AJ vs Kaitlyn, why they didn't do this match at Mania is beyond me. They had the perfect story for it, and they wanted to do Jericho vs Fandango. They continue this from the RR, however this time, Jericho eliminates Ziggler from the Rumble, and Ziggler distracts Chris long enough that Cesaro eliminates Jericho from behind. Chris defeats Ziggler at the EC, and is granted another match with Ziggler for WM with the MITB briefcase on the line this time)
Winner: Dolph Ziggler (you realized the pattern?)
6.Ryback vs Mark Henry
(I know, i know, this sounds horrible, and it is, but it's something for both guys to do, and in this universe (Earth 1524?) Ryback defeats Henry to establish dominance, this match goes for about 5 minutes and it's just for Ryback to win. Plus Henry was still taken seriously at this time, so this match could be a big deal(?)
7.Triple H vs Brock Lesnar in a Street Fight
(Same story as before, but HHH's career isn't defended this time. Some notes from the match: Heyman doesn't interfere, Shawn isn't in HHH's corner, The Kliq and the New Age Outlaws come out to help HHH, Brock murders them all and then murders Triple H)
8.Alberto del Rio vs Jack Swagger for the World Heavyweight Championship
(Same story as before, however Ziggler's cash-in happens at Mania, and i think the reaction from Raw would still happen here. Come one guys, it'd be epic if Ziggler cashes in here, plus, Ziggler, AJ and Big E stand tall with all of them getting victories, (that was the pattern i was talking about))
Winner:Alberto del Rio
9.Alberto del Rio vs Dolph Ziggler for the World Heavyweight Championship
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
10.The Undertaker vs The Rock
(This should have been a WM match, i'm sad that i'm erasing Punk vs Taker from history, but i'm glad i'm erasing Twice in a Lifetime. Story is that BOTH Taker and Rock participate in the Rumble (RUMBLE NEEDS STAR POWER), and The Rock eliminates Taker (OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHIUGIOF@(%^^^@(@)@_), and Taker looks at Rock and gives him the "you're gonna pay" look (GEDDIT?). Rock is eliminated by Wade Barrett later on for that oh so sweet heel heat (LET ME DREAM). The next night, Rock tells the crowd he's sorry that he let them down, The Undertaker comes out and attacks him for revenge. A match is announced between both guys, and they actually mention the history of Rock and Taker, going back to the AE and the early days of the Ruthless Aggression era)
11.John Cena vs CM Punk for the WWE Championship
(THEY SHOULD HAVE WRESTLED AT MANIA FOR FUCKS SAKES, AHHHHHHHHHHHHH-235R3284WSV HHBXXXXXXXXXXXQE"::}?
(Sorry for that, before going to the story, here are the things that happen before Raw 1000 that change: Punk and Cena's unification match happens at TLC, not SS. Punk wins there. Cena loses to Brock at ER, and his feud with Johnny Ace doesn't happen.)
(Punk vs Cena takes place at Raw 1000, Johnny helps Cena beat Punk there, and Cena turns heel, becoming the crown jewel of People Power. Punk fails to win the title back at SS, and Cena injures him afterwards. Punk returns at the RR, and eliminates Daniel Bryan, Wade Barrett or Antonio Cesaro to win (LET ME DREAM). Punk beats John Laurinaitis in EC to remove him from power, and Punk vs Cena is set for WM)
I love reading fantasy rebooking's and there are some great cards on here. I'm going to try and rebook WrestleMania 2. I'm going to go a little crazy here.
Hulk Hogan vs Tony Atlas w/Mr.T - World Title Bout. Atlas spends most of the past year being built up as a powerhouse heel. Mr. T shocks the world and tells Hogan he's gotten to soft living the good life and that he's forgotten his roots hanging with Hogan. He goes into his Clubber Lang character and tells Hogan he's found somebody who understands where he's coming from. Atlas comes out and attacks Hogan. He gorilla presses and slams Hogan several times. Mr. T trains Atlas for his Mania 2 title shot. Atlas says he's always been the real American hence the name Mr. USA. I think the build could of been fantastic and at that time Atlas was the last man to have pinned Hogan. Hogan goes into a depression then says the fans support have brought him back. He trains harder then ever for the match.
Roddy Piper vs Bruno Sammartino- Bruno was still way over and Piper was still the top heel. I think this would be a fun brawl.
Bulldogs vs Funks- World Tag Title Bout- Bulldogs go into Mania as champs and defend against the wild Texans. Terry Funk bumping for the Bulldogs would of been great.
Tito Santana vs Randy Savage- IC Title Bout. Savage wins the title here on the big stage.
Ricky Steamboat vs Magnificent Muraco
Junkyard Dog vs Adrian Adonis
Fabulous Moolah vs Leilani Kai- Woman's Title Bout. Stems from last year, Moolah says Kai's a failure so she had to get the title back herself now Kai wants a shot.
Jake Roberts vs Hillbilly Jim
Hart Foundation vs Killer Bees- hot opener
Battle Royal- wrestlers and NFL players- Andre still wins it by eliminating the dream team.
Time for the annual threads like this...
I'd still rebook WM7 but you'd have to rebook a lot of 1990 differently too.
Rick Rude (c) v Hulk Hogan for the WWF Title
Rude won at the Rumble instead of Slaughter and went to 10 on his "annoy the opponent" scale by putting Linda Hogan on his tights, much as he had with Jake. This saw Hogan closer to a heel than he'd been, losing his temper, getting DQ'd on the night - Rude escapes with the title.
Ultimate Warrior v Randy Savage - Retirement Match
Pretty much exactly as it happened.
Mr. Perfect (c) v The British Bulldog - 30 Min Iron Man Match
The originally planned match, in this world Davey doesn't get hurt in 1990 and won the title at Summerslam instead of Kerry Von Erich... He lost it back on SNME and this is now the "Rubber Match". Bulldog goes over with a last seconds crucifix.
Tag Team Titles
The Nasty Boys v The Rockers (c) for the WWF Title
This assumes the famed "top rope break" never happened and The Rockers had won the title as planned. Much as how the Nasty's beat the Harts, it happens here and starts some seeds of dissention between Marty and Shawn.
Bret "Hitman" Hart vs Ted DiBiase
There's no match for Virgil here as he was "injured" by The Warlord in the run up to Mania after DiBiase paid him... Bret Hart stepped in, having nearly beated DiBiase at Survivor Series. In a technical classic Hart beats DiBiase with The Sharpshooter. After the match, Jim Neidhart returns to save Bret from a beatdown from The Warlord and DiBiase, only to turn and join in the assualt. Virgil and Roddy Piper make the save.
Jake Roberts v Rick Martel
Proper match, not a bilndfold one.... Martel goes over after spraying Arrogance in the eyes for the second time.
Legion of Doom vs Power & Glory
No reason to change this...
Kerry Von Erich, The Big Bossman & Tugboat vs Dino Bravo, The Mountie & Earthquake
The Tugboat/Typhoon turn happens here instead of with the Bushwhackers.
The Undertaker vs Tito Santana & Jimmy Snuka
A better first match for Taker at Mania is the handicap scenario... Two Tombstones and a dual pin for The Deadman.
Sgt Slaughter, General Adnan & Col Mustafa vs Dusty and Dustin Rhodes & Greg Valentine
The "American Dream Team" vs the Iraqi sympathisers... Slaughter and co win this after making Dusty "quit" to avoid further "torture" to his son...
Demolition Crush v Demolition Smash
Demolition exploded after they lost to Legion of Doom and Crush is the unexpected face of the situation. He beats Smash to finally end Demoltion.
Tenyru & Kitao vs The Barbarian & Haku
Better all round match up than Demolition and a great opener with a win for the Japanese team.
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