What would you like to do?
What is a rubber match in wwe?
try it on youtube.com. if it dont go,write there not WWE but WWF(it was called like that before being called WWE)
The First Person To Place His Opponent On A Stretcher And Wheel Him Over The Line Marked On The Ramp Wins
At Royal Rumble 2010 Sheamus defeated Randy Orton by disqualification after Cody Rhodes interfered.
Yes the referees can interfere in a match
You watch them on TV. For old ones, youtube, dailymotion, or torrents would where I'd go, or you could actually buy if you like at any store that sells DVDS most likely.
1st Match Divas Championship - Maryse(c) vs. Eve Torres Winner: Maryse 2nd Match Cody Rhodes vs. Kane Winner: Kane 3rd Match WWE Intercontinental Championship - Drew McIntyr…e(c) vs. R-Truth vs. John Morrison Winner: John Morrison 4th Match WWE Unified Tag Team Championships - ShoMiz(Miz and Big Show)(c) vs. Edge & Christian Winners: Edge & Christian 5th Match WWE Million Dollar Championship - Ted DiBiase(c) vs. John Cena Winner: John Cena 6th Match World Heavyweight Championship - Jack Swagger(c) vs. Chris Jericho Winner: Jack Swagger 7th Match Undertaker vs. Randy Orton Winner: Undertaker 8th Match No Holds Bared - WWE Championship - Batista(c) vs. Triple H Winner: Triple H
me vs you mum hahaha i meen Kane vs tazz
The Opening match on Raw was a hardcore title match in which the title changed hands some 20 times each time Lillian Garcia announced "the new WWE hardcore champion is..."
The original WWF Raw has cage matches and also many legends as wrestlers.
casket matches no it's really "HELL IN A CELL"
no WWE is staged , the fights and events that unfold are purely fictional . any similarities to real persons or events are purely coincedential.
Blacks Vs Whites
In the WWE, formerly the WWF, matches are not fixed. The wrestlers are allowed to perform any moves they desire - as long as it creates the minimum amount of damage to their o…pponent. Next time you watch, look at how they clothesline each other - the victim falls back just before he runs his forearm into his throat. Another example is if he is "Ground and Pounding". He will usually only punch him in the arm or on the top of the head. If they are standing up, the offender stomps on the ground just before he pulls is punch. Don't get me wrong on this part, though - when you are thrown off the top of a 20 foot sell or ladder or put through a table, or being frogsplashed from the top rope, it will hurt. Badly. If you look at the match between Bret Hart and Vince McMahon at Wrestlemania 26, Hart was smacking McMahon with the chair pretty hard. This is because they actually do, in real life, hate each other's guts - the rivalry started way before the Montreal Screwjob. The blood is not fake. It is usually by accident, but take a quick look at Stone Cold and Bret Hart's Wrestlemania match. Bret Hart messed him up, good. The cells in steel cage or hell in a cell matches are not steel - it is iron. Same principal applies with the turnbuckles when the wrestler takes the padding off, or when a wrestler slams the other's head into the steel steps. But like I said, it is pulled back. Some matches ARE fixed, however the majority is not. For example, there would be no way that Kane would defeat the Big Show in real life; it just wouldn't happen - maybe if he shot him in the head :). When it comes down to it, the only thing that is absolutely fixed are the winners of the matches. Vince McMahon decides on the winners to keep an on screen rivalry going. It is up to the wrestlers to get to that point, however.
You have to be in wwe and your chair man or c o o can give you a shot for the champion ship belt.