Mayhem Mania 2019: Patreon In The Bank!

This. is. Mayhem Mania!

Not quite a game. Not really a contest. More like a competitive thought experiment. The object is to create the best WrestleMania card possible – NOT necessarily to predict what WWE will do.

This is not fantasy booking. It’s more like reality booking. Any match created must have at least a chance of happening in this year’s WrestleMania. That means all wrestlers come in their current physical, emotional and contractual state. Anyone selected for a match must have a reasonable chance of being hired by WWE to appear on the real-life WrestleMania card. 

Simply put, you’re Vince McMahon with infinite cash and no self-control.


 

For those of you who are just joining us (and honestly, where have you been?), here’s where you can catch up on Mayhem Mania 2019: Opening Round – Round 1 – Round 2 – Round 3 – Round 4 – Round 5 – Round 6 – Round 7 – Round 8

This is it – the grand finale of Mayhem Mania 2019: The awesome and life-affirming Patreon In The Bank round. It went down on the Wrestling Mayhem Show on Tuesday, March 26. Only Patreon supporters of the Wrestling Mayhem Show were invited to take part. That meant a full dozen players were lined up to decide the fate of the Mayhem Mania SUPERCARD!  (more…)

Wrestling Mayhem Show 656: Who’s Your Litty?

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Duke Davis and Ganon Jones, Jr. – The Mane Event, make their return to the show this week, and they brought their friend Litty!  We’re talking this week in professional wrestling, including:

  • There are some things that happened on RAW – including the appearance of Friends of the Show Mambo Italiano and PB Smooth!
  • Katie found a new friend! Thanks to The Mane Event for bringing Litty with them. <3
  • Apparently Dean Ambrose has a blanket fort?
  • So, WWE acknowledged the Dean Ambrose contract status. Are we being worked?
  • Ronda Rousey has some new merch.
  • Duke Davis is calling out to the fans to let him know which Ronda Rousey shirt he should get for working out in the gym.
  • There was a ton of wrestling in the Pittsburgh area – including WrestleRex featuring The Mane Event – and also Pentagon Jr., Rey Fenix, Sam Adonis, and more!
  • NXT was in town last Friday. Matt and Rizz (among others) were present. Matt is sharing some thoughts.
  • Sorg made a cameo on the Impact Wrestling live stream on Twitch thanks to Sami Callihan.
  • The Mane Event is letting us know how they hooked up with Litty.
  • We’re getting ready for MayhemMania! What chaos will everyone create?
  • What did we learn from wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Duke Davis (@ihatedukedavis) and Ganon Jones, Jr. (@GanonJonesJr)  –  the tag team of The Mane Event (@ItsTheManeEvent),  Matt (@MainstreamMat), Sorg (@Sorgatron), Mad Mike (@MadMike4883) and a cast of Mayhem Mania participants!

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Mayhem Mania 2019: Round 5

This. is. Mayhem Mania!

Not quite a game. Not really a contest. More like a competitive thought experiment. The object is to create the best WrestleMania card possible – NOT necessarily to predict what WWE will do.

This is not fantasy booking. It’s more like reality booking. Any match created must have at least a chance of happening in this year’s WrestleMania. That means all wrestlers come in their current physical, emotional and contractual state. Anyone selected for a match must have a reasonable chance of being hired by WWE to appear on the real-life WrestleMania card. 

Simply put, you’re Vince McMahon with infinite cash and no self-control.


For those of you who are just joining us, here’s where you can catch up on Mayhem Mania 2019: Opening Round – Round 1 – Round 2 – Round 3 – Round 4

Round 5 of Mayhem Mania 2019 was held during the Wrestling Mayhem Show on Tuesday, February 26. 5 people were invited to each make a single change to our existing 8 matches on our “undercard”. Any match that survives 3 rounds without being altered in any way GRADUATES to our SUPERCARD. So far, one match has earned this distinction. (more…)

Mayhem Mania 2019: Round 2

This. is. Mayhem Mania!

Not quite a game. Not really a contest. More like a competitive thought experiment. The object is to create the best WrestleMania card possible – NOT necessarily to predict what WWE will do.

This is not fantasy booking. It’s more like reality booking. Any match created must have at least a chance of happening in this year’s WrestleMania. That means all wrestlers come in their current physical, emotional and contractual state. Anyone selected for a match must have a reasonable chance of being hired by WWE to appear on the real-life WrestleMania card. 

Simply put, you’re Vince McMahon with infinite cash and no self-control.


For those of you who are just joining us, here’s where you can catch up on Mayhem Mania 2019: Opening Round – Round 1

Round 2 of Mayhem Mania 2019 was held during the Wrestling Mayhem Show on Tuesday, February 5. 5 people were invited to each make a single change to our existing card of 8 matches. Here’s how it went down. (more…)

Mayhem Mania 2019: Round 1

This. is. Mayhem Mania!

Not quite a game. Not really a contest. More like a competitive thought experiment. The object is to create the best WrestleMania card possible – NOT necessarily to predict what WWE will do.

This is not fantasy booking. It’s more like reality booking. Any match created must have at least a chance of happening in this year’s WrestleMania. That means all wrestlers come in their current physical, emotional and contractual state. Anyone selected for a match must have a reasonable chance of being hired by WWE to appear on the real-life WrestleMania card. 

Simply put, you’re Vince McMahon with infinite cash and no self-control.


For those of you who are just joining us, here’s where you can catch up on Mayhem Mania 2019: Opening Round

Round 1 of Mayhem Mania 2019 was held during the Wrestling Mayhem Show on Tuesday, January 29. 5 people were invited to each make a single change to our existing card of 8 matches. Here’s how it went down.


 

Move 1 (by Larry)
DELETE Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe and CREATE Becky Lynch vs. Rhea Ripley

Move 2 (by Mad Mike)
DELETE Pete Dunne vs. Drew McIntyre and CREATE EC3 vs. John Cena

Move 3 (by Tina Keys)
DELETE KUSHIDA vs. Lio Rush and CREATE Sanity vs. Gallus

Move 4 (by Jen Carlins)
ADD Dean Ambrose to Braun Strowman vs. Tyler Bate vs. Cesaro

Move 5 (by Beastman)
DELETE Ricochet vs. Shane Strickland and CREATE Drew McIntyre vs. Lars Sullivan vs. Samoa Joe

With Round 2 now in the books, here are the 5 newly created matches on our card.

Braun Strowman vs. Tyler Bate vs. Cesaro vs. Dean Ambrose
(Created by Jen Carlins)
week2-1
EC3 vs. John Cena
(Created by Mad Mike)
week2-2
Becky Lynch vs. Rhea Ripley
(Created by Larry)
week2-3
Drew McIntyre vs. Lars Sullivan vs. Samoa Joe
(Created by Beastman)
week2-4
Sanity vs. Gallus
(Created by Tina Keys)
week2-5

And here are the 3 matches that survived Round 1 without being altered in any way.

ELIAS VS. VELVETEEN DREAM
(CREATED BY SORGATRON)
WEEK1-2

 

MUSTAFA ALI VS. DJZ
(CREATED BY ALEX KAHRS)
WEEK1-4
TRISH STRATUS VS. ALEXA BLISS
(CREATED BY PRODUCER MISSY)
WEEK1-5

 

Any match that survives 3 consecutive weeks without being altered in any way will graduate to our SUPERCARD, opening up a new slot for new match ideas.

Prior to the start of Round 2, a bounty of ELIMINATORS were awarded based on the results of our Royal Rumble Challenge. ELIMINATORS allow a player to eliminate any single person from being used at all during this year’s Mayhem Mania. An ELIMINATOR can be used at any time once it’s been earned. Here’s the list of who’s been eliminated thus far.

  • Ric Flair
  • Jeff Jarrett
  • Brock Lesnar
  • Drake Maverick

Next week, five more players will join us to make more changes to our existing card. Which matches do you want to see changed? Which ones are destined for the SUPERCARD? Share your feedback and thanks for supporting Mayhem Mania.

 

WMS Wrap Up 1/14/19: RhynoTaker

Larry, Mad Mike and Sorg are dealing with watching 3 hours of WWE Raw and Glass ads and mentions. We discuss the Lady Frost and Mick Foley from World Bigtime Wrestling – Youngstown, Elias is the WWE’s story mistrial, Sasha Banks isn’t holding back, Finn Bálor gets one over John Cena and more!


 
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Six Times When Mayhem Mania Got Real

Can you believe we’re about to enjoy the fifth year of Mayhem Mania? Our little competitive thought experiment started out as just an idea. Over the years, it’s grown into a tradition on the Wrestling Mayhem Show. There have been a lot of matches created over the years – some more plausible than others. Among them are a select few that later happened in real life. Here are six of the most notable. To be clear, we’re only looking at matches that graduated to a Mayhem Mania SUPERCARD. (more…)

Wrestling Mayhem Show 643: RAWpaganda

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The big crew tonight is here in the pre-Thanksgiving episode that doesn’t involve a food fight.

  • David Arquette has his first, and last, foray into death match wrestling at GCW
  • NXT Takeover War Games delivers.  Who are we rooting for from their indy wrestling days, and who hasn’t gained steam yet?
  • Survivor Series delivers a RAW (sort of) sweep.  But who were the real winners?
  • Dean Ambros and Charlotte are doing something new and badass.
  • What are we thankful for in pro wrestling?
  • Enzo Amore does something stupid
  • We talk about Magnum CK’s retirement from Pro Wrestling
  • What did we learn from pro wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Rizz (@theerizz), Larry, Mainstream Matt (@mainstreammat), Mad Mike (@MadMike4883), and Sorg (@Sorgatron).

If you are in Pittsburgh, you’ve got to go to Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) and get their food! (sliceonbroadway.com)

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WWE RAW Wrap Up 11/19/18

In this episode Sorg attempts to convince Mad Mike this was a WWE Raw to enjoy. But like and episode of Adam West Batman, you know how this is going to end.

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Wrestling Mayhem Show 637: Boone The Marine Hunter

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We’ve got a special Mike and Mike edition of the show this week as we’re talking about some new news – and some old news in professional wrestling. This week we’re talking about:

  • Neville is back – – in Dragon Gate.
  • Dear Chris DeJoseph: Mad Mike has some thoughts for Neville for Lucha Underground. xoxox
  • Punishment Martinez is headed to WWE.
  • Sorg is predicting that once the WWE Performance Center gets hold of Punishment Martinez, he’s going to look a little different.
  • A special, special thing happened to RAW. And, we think Tina Keys may be partially to blame.
  • We can agree that Lio Rush was not ready for Seattle.
  • OH: What happened in Seattle is like when you’re shaving and accidentally hit an artery.
  • Wait….Mad Mike was happy with something on RAW?!?!?
  • We’re talking some comparison between Brie Bella and Maurice.
  • We’re apparently imagining what Punishment Martinez smells like on this episode?
  • The Shield was half of a 3-hour RAW. Wrap your head around that.
  • Can we tell you about the Broken Universe? [Picture as a door-to-door mission group pitch.]
  • There’s a Super Show Down happening. We’re sharing some thoughts.
  • It’s WWE writing – it’s not supposed to be Shakespeare.
  • We all see a Dean Ambrose turn coming. The question is whether it’ll be at Super Show Down or the RAW after.
  • Are we going to see a Kings of Wrestling reunion somewhere down the line?
  • Sorg just realized that The Bushwackers may be a possibility to appear for Super Show Down.
  • This week’s Big Question: What is (other than the Mayhem Show of course) the best wrestling podcast (preferably from an actual wrestler)?
  • Thanks to Dave Podnar for providing the Best of 2008 WWE Magazine for Sorg. It’s a nice little time capsule that he’s using to fill out the last part of the show.
  • Sorg is playing Guess Who with the faces on the front of the Best of 2008 WWE Magazine he has in studio.
  • We’re trying to finagle a way to watch No Holds Barred with David Arquette…
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Mad Mike (@MadMike4883), and Sorg (@Sorgatron).

If you are in Pittsburgh, you’ve got to go to Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) and get their food! (sliceonbroadway.com)

You can support the show at Patreon.com/wrestlingmayhemshow!

Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!

Check out the Indy Wrestling US Network at www.indywrestling.network.  For a short time, get a 7-day FREE trial to access a growing collection of content.

Thanks to Basick Sickness (@basicksickness) for the awesome intro for the show.

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