WCF's Biggest Yearly Events May 7, 2018 20:03:59 GMT -5
Post by Jayson Price on May 7, 2018 20:03:59 GMT -5
One is WCF's "Wrestlemania," simply put, and generally celebrates WCF's yearly anniversaries. WCF has now had the opportunity to hold three of these events. The first was main evented by Neo vs Trent Hunter, where Neo finally captured the gold, and the next year's main event was the culmination of a huge feud between PC Cradle and Madd Dogg where PC Cradle was able to score the victory and Title. The third was a dream match between former Team of Treachery members and best friends at the time, Jack of Blades and Logan, where Blades was finally able to win the World Title.
The fourth was main evented by a dream match: finally, Slickie T versus Torture. In one of the most controversial decisions in WCF history, Torture defeated Slickie T. The next year's One would have not one, but THREE main events: Gravedigger vs Jay Price, Doc Henry vs Johnny Reb, and Brad Kane vs Torture. Brad Kane made the leader of This_Is_War pass out. The next year's One would take place shortly after Seth Lerch's return to the company after a nearly year long absence; it was main evented by Corey Black versus Odin Balfore, two men that "held down the fort" in Seth's absence. Corey Black was able to destroy the monster he created, and finally earned his One moment as he defeated Balfore for the Title.
The next One, in 2013, once again saw 3 matches that all laid claim to the main event of the Pay Per View. First, Seth Lerch battled Jonny Fly in a match that was a long time in the making, as both men had framed the other for crimes they didn't commit and got the other locked up. Fly would win the match and ownership of WCF. In the next match Torture would fight Jayson Price for his right to go into the WCF Hall Of Fame. Many in attendence that night swear they saw Torture win the match, but WCF records show that Price won the match. Finally, in the main event, Eric Price would win the WCF World Title from Jeff Purse.
War has typically been WCF's way of determing its first Champion after opening or reopening, though not exclusively for that purpose. It is a mix between a Royal Rumble and a Battle Royale. Two men start in the ring, and every two minutes someone else enters. You can only be eliminated via pin or submission, and the last man standing is declared the winner.
Thus far only one man has won WAR more than 1 time and that is Logan, who's done it 3 times.
War I: Mace
War II: Hellz Angel
War III: Logan
War IV: Gravedigger
War V: Epic
War VI: Logan
War VII: Skyler Striker
War VIII: Slickie T
War IX: Logan
War X: Johnny Reb
War XI: Jeff Purse
War XII: Jonny Fly
War XIII: Bobby Cairo
War XIV: Jay Omega
War XV: Joey Flash
War XVI: Sidney J. Warwick
Ultimate Showdown Match
The Ultimate Showdown match is a match that can change the landscape of WCF. Several Titles are put on the line, with the last man standing becoming the WCF World Champion or #1 Contender, depending on the circumstance.
Ultimate Showdown 2011 Winner: Odin Balfore
Ultimate Showdown 2012 Winner: Jonny Fly
Ultimate Showdown 2013 Winner: Nathan von Liebert
Ultimate Showdown 2014 Winner: ICE Beckman
Ultimate Showdown 2015 Winner: Dune
Ultimate Showdown 2016 Winner: Gemini Battle
Ultimate Showdown 2017 Winner: Stephen Singh
Hellimination is an elimination style tag team event. The match has seen some of the most monumental moments in WCF history.
Hellimination Winners 2006: The Team of Treachery
Hellimination Winners 2009: The Team of Torture
Hellimination Winners 2010: Team WCF
Hellimination Winners 2012: Genesis
Hellimination Winners 2013: S-PAC
Hellimination Winners 2014: Team ICE
Hellimination Winners 2015: #beachkrew
Hellimination Winners 2016: Pantheon
Hellimination Winners 2017: Team WCF
Trilogy Cup Tournament
The Trilogy Cup Tournament is a tournament that takes place over three months and three PPVs - Timebomb, Explosion, and Aftermath. The winner of this tournament has to win three PPV matches in a row, and is then granted a World Title opportunity.
Trilogy Cup Tournament 2013 Winner: Skyler Striker
Trilogy Cup Tournament 2014 Winner: Seifer Black Armstrong
Trilogy Cup Tournament 2015 Winner: Dune
Trilogy Cup Tournament 2016 Winner: Jared Holmes
Trilogy Cup Tournament 2017 Winner: Dion Necurat
The WCF Classic
The WCF Classic was originally a one time tournament that took place while WCF was a defunct company. However, when the company came back in 2009, the tournament began being held annually for several years, until it was changed to an occasional tournament with varying stipulations.
WCF Classic 2008 Winner: Creeping Death
WCF Classic 2010 Winners: Creeping Death and Torture
WCF Classic 2011 Winner: Phillip Baines
WCF Classic 2012 Winner: Sarah Twilight
WCF Classic 2014 Winner: Deuce Murdock
WCF Classic 2016 Winner: Stuart Slane
Trios Cup Tournament
The Trios Cup Tournament features teams of 3 competing for two Title shots: a World Title shot for whoever makes the pinfall or submission in the finals, and a Tag Team Titles shot for the other two members.
Trios Cup Tournament 2012 Winners: The Big Dick Superstars (Johnny Reb/Chad Evans/Kira Sakazaki)
Trios Cup Tournament 2013 Winners: Inconclusive (Pantheon/Rebellion)
Trios Cup Tournament 2014 Winners: Pantheon (Jayson Price/Jonny Fly/Corey Black)
Trios Cup Tournament 2015 Winners: The DRG (Thomas Uriel Bates/Gemini Battle/Deuce Murdock)
Trios Cup Tournament 2017 Winners: Everest (David Sanchez/Steven Singh/Ethan King)
King of the Deathmatch Tournament
The King of the Deathmatch Tournament is WCF's newest tournament. It is a round robin tournament lasting one week, in which the wrestlers compete every single day leading up to the finals. The first tournament was held with six men with one block, the second with twelve men with two blocks!
King of the Deathmatch 2016 Winner: Corey Black
King of the Deathmatch 2017 Winner: FPV