NWL - National Wrestling League *Season Two* Jul 2, 2010 13:46:15 GMT -5
Post by duan on Jul 2, 2010 13:46:15 GMT -5
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|Now, it feels like such a blur. The 2009 season has come and gone so quickly. The reports lately have been conflicting but I am here to say that we are back on the map. With new financial backers, we are set to get our 2010 season in order. But, this doesn't come without a twist on both parts. First off, with the previous cancellation of the second tour, many superstars left and all the teams were uneven and mixed up. Well, there is a solution for every problem in life. But, before I can get into these things, let me explain to everyone what the National Wrestling League, or NWL, is all about. |
Basically, in a nut shell, we are the wrestling version of every other sport around there. For example, the National Hockey League splits its teams into two conferences, the East and West. We do the same. Each conference consists of three teams. One captain, or owner, of the team and all of the teams doings. Each superstar, or 'player' is signed to a contract and the team must maintain their expenses of players under the salary cap. In the past, the cap has been reasonably low, but with new financial backers comes a high cap. Now, these independent workers will be able to actually make a living by JUST wrestling for the NWL.
The NWL also has a long season, 67 events to be exact. Statistics are accumulated throughout the year and the 4 teams with the best record [two from the east, two from the west] will meet each other in the playoffs to determine the NWL Series Invitational Winners. We've only had one winner so far, the Los Angeles Most Wanted, but most teams will be looking to change this.
Now, since all teams are mixed up, captains will have to sign players or superstars YET again to make ultimate teams. The roster size can range from the minimum five to however many you can fit under the cap. A minimum of three and a maximum of four workers will be in the major leagues and the rest will be wrestling for the minors waiting for the call up.
So, now that you have gotten you're overview, let's get things going shall we?