Pre-Show- WWE Tag Team Championship- Kidd & Cesaro w/Natalya vs The Usos (c) w/Naomi- Winners: New WWE Tag Team Champions Kidd & Cesaro
Brother vs Brother- Goldust vs Stardust (Winner: Stardust)
Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal- Ryback wins last eliminating The Big Show; re-creating a Hogan/Andre type feel for the final 2 with Ryback Shell Shocking Big Show and then throwing him over to win it all
WWE Divas Championship- Fatal 4-Way- AJ Lee (c) vs Paige vs Nikki Bella vs Brie Bella- Winner: New WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella; Nikki pins her sister Brie
Mr. Money in the Bank Seth Rollins w/J & J Security vs Randy Orton- Winner: Randy Orton; match stays the same especially with the RKO in mid-air spot
WWE Intercontinental Championship (Ladder Match)- Dean Ambrose vs Bad News Barrett (c) vs Dolph Ziggler vs Luke Harper vs R-Truth vs The Miz vs Damien Mizdow- Winner: New WWE Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler; Ziggler climbs the ladder to win the title; Ziggler had all that momentum so he definitely needed a WrestleMania moment
WWE United States Championship- Rusev (c) w/Lana vs John Cena (Special Guest Enforcer: Hulk Hogan)- Winner: New WWE United States Champion John Cena; Cena ends Rusev's undefeated streak to become champion but also think about adding Hogan into the mix in this feud
Grudge Match- Roman Reigns vs Triple H (match happens 1 year earlier; Reigns doesn't win the Royal Rumble Match; The plan a few months back before Mania 31 was to do Reigns vs. Triple H at SummerSlam, and then at Night of Champions. Obviously, neither one happened. Now, since Reigns was injured I would have him come back and instantly target Rollins, who he was supposed to face at Night of Champions. They would then have a one on one match at the Rumble, which roman would win. In a role reversal at Fastlane, I would have the same main event. Except this time, it would be Daniel Bryan successfully defending his WrestleMania title shot against Roman Reigns. The next night Roman is interrupted by the Authority, and snaps, spearing Triple H, and setting up our angle here. Fairly simple build form there. The evil boss trying to keep the young lion from taking the spotlight away from The Game. That’s all it needs to be. After about a 20 minute brawl, Reigns would get a Superman punch an a Spear, as he would improve to 3-0 at WrestleMania.
Bray Wyatt vs Sting- Winner: Bray Wyatt (a win like this elevates Bray; it actually legitimizes him as a top guy and the promos leading up to this match the mind games the supernatural factor being involved here it would have been perfect)
WWE World Heavyweight Championship- Brock Lesnar (c) w/Paul Heyman vs Daniel Bryan (2015 Royal Rumble Match winner); Winner: New WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins; Rollins still has his cash-in but he cashes in his briefcase during the match but pins Bryan and not Lesnar by Curb Stomping both Bryan and Lesnar but throws Lesnar out of the ring and pins Bryan
Post by TheEvilDoink1987 on Mar 5, 2017 22:41:51 GMT -5
I like most of your ideas, but the Ryback/Big Show spot would end up more along the lines of Kane/Khali than Hogan/Andre in terms of memorable WM moments.
Some small things I'd change off the top of my head: Hogan versus Flair for the main event at WM 8 and HBK/Undertaker as the main event at WM 25. I was there live and the crowd for HHH/Orton was just dead. No way they were following that classic.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 6, 2017 18:28:17 GMT -5
WM 2: Bret Hart v. Ricky Steamboat for Steamboat's WWF Intercontential chamoionship WM IV: WM III Rematch between Macho Man Randy Savage and Ricky Steamboat for the WWF championship with Savage gaining the WWF Title WM VII: WM VI Rematch between Hogan and Warrior. Hogan reclaims championship gold WM VIII: Obs, but still Hogan v. Flair for WWF championship WM IX: Savage v. Bret for WWF championship with either Bret or Savage winning WM X: Either Savage v. Bret II or Bret v. Luger for WWF championship WM XI: Diesel v. HBK as main event or Diesel v. Bret WM 13: Austin and Bret for WWF title WM 2000: Rock v. HHH for WWF title WM X7: No Austin heel turn (ruined that mania for me) WM X8: Again obs, but Hogan v. Austin WM XIX: Austin v. Hogan, (Hogan wins and retires both himself and Austin) and Rock v. Taker WM XX: HBK v. Rock (Why didn't it happen?) WM 23: HBK beats Cena for WWE title WM 24: Flair v. Edge with Flair retiring with the World Heavyweight title and Taker v. HBK WM 25: (I have a lot for this one) Hogan v. Cena (With Hogan winning), Austin v. Hogan, Macho Man joining on the WM 1 legends against Y2J and last man standing, and finally Taker v. HBK as the main event WM XXVI: HBK not retiring WM XXVII: Taker v. Sting, Cena v. Punk for WWE title, and no Cole and Lawler match WM 29: Rock v. Cena v. Punk for WWE title or Cena v. Punk for WWE title match and Rock v. Brock no holds barred WM XXX: Either 22-0, or Hogan conquers the streak WM 31: Taker v. Sting and Bryan v. Lesnar for WWE title WM 32: (Backing off my Rumble idea) Austin v. Taker for WWE title and The Rock v. Triple H no holds barred
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 6, 2017 20:46:01 GMT -5
The first 2 and the fourth matches on the card stay the same except Trish and Victoria replace Taker vs Show and A-train
Los Guerreros def. Team Angle for WWE tag titles (Who's Krispen Wah?) The Undertaker def. The Rock, 11-0 HBK def. Y2j (Why change it?) Booker T def. Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) to become the new World Heavyweight championship Krispen Wah def. John Cena via Submission Brock Lesnar def. Kurt Angle to become new WWE champion Hulk Hogan def. Stone Cold Steve Austin in Austin's last WWE match. Besides all the "Krispen Wah" jokes, honestly even though Kurt and Brock was a great match Austin should've had one last Mania main event and why not do the dream match?
Piper as WWE champion going into WM2. Two to three months before WM, Bundy attacks Hogan hurting Hogan's ribs. Hogan has a big title defense against Piper later in the night. But being the man that he is Hogan goes through with the match. Bundy accompanies Piper to the ring. Hogan goes to suplex Piper into the ring and Bundy pulls Hogan's foot. Giving Piper the win and the championship. About a month later on SNME Hogan defeats Bundy in a Steel Cage. Hogan earns the right to face Piper at WM 2. Main Event is Hogan vs Piper one on one.... Hogan wins.
Also said this many times on here...
Ricky Steamboat defeats Greg Valentine in the opening round of WM4. We then get a Savage/Steamboat rematch one year later after their WM3 classic. They use 14 of the 15 minute time limit and it ends with Savage getting the big win. They shake hands. Savage moves on to the next round.
yep w/Steamboat. they couldnt give us just 1 fan favorite match up.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 7, 2017 7:23:57 GMT -5
1. Rikishi, Scotty 2 Hotty and Albert def. Mr. Perfect, Lance Storm, and Test 2. Rob Van Dam def. William Regal to become new WWF Intercontinental Champion 3. DDP def. Christian to retain the WWF European Championship 4. Spike Dudley def. Maven and Goldust to become WWF hardcore champion and WCW hardcore champion 5. Kurt Angle def. Bret Hart and became the WCW US championship 6. Edge def. Booker T 7. Jazz def. Lita and Trish Stratus to retain the WWF Women's championship 8. The Undertaker def. Goldberg 9. The Outsiders def. DX to retain WCW tag team championship and become WWF tag team champions 10. Stone Cold def. Hollywood Hogan to become Undisputed WWF Champion
I've always thought this would have been a better card:
1. Rikishi/Scotty/Albert vs Lance Storm/Test/Edge 2. RVD vs William Regal 3. Kane vs Kevin Nash 4. Maven vs Goldust vs Spike Dudley (Booker T run in) (Brock Lesnar Debut-Winning the title) 5. Kurt Angle vs Mr. Perfect 6. The Undertaker vs Ric Flair 7. Stone Cold vs Scott Hall 8. The Rock vs Hulk Hogan 9. DDP vs Christian 10. Billy/Chuck vs APA vs Hardys vs Dudleys 11. Jazz vs Lita vs Trish 12. Triple H vs Chris Jericho
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 8, 2017 17:22:50 GMT -5
New York: Paul Orndorff def. The Magnificent Muraco w/ Mr. Fuji The Hart Foundation def. The British Bulldogs and The Dream Team to become the WWF Tag Team Champions Macho Man Randy Savage def. Nikolai Volkoff via dq to retain the WWF Intercontential Championship Bruno Sammartino & Pedro Morales d. Hoss Funk & Terry Funk
Chicago: Ricky Steamboat def. Tito Santana The Fabulous Moolah def. Velvet McIntyre to retain the WWF Women's Championship Junkyard Dog def. Hercules via dq Andre The Giant won by last eliminating Big John Studd in the WWF vs. NFL Battle Royal
Los Angeles: Jake The Snake Roberts def. Iron Shiek Don Muraco def. King Tonga Mr. T def. King Kong Bundy Hulk Hogan def. Rowdy Rowdy Piper by climbing out of the cage to retain the WWF Championship