A wrestling match

Wwe match types

Mexican death match , in which a wrestler must be pinned or made to submit before the referee will begin the ten-count. No-disqualification matches may be used in feuds in which a challenger may have won matches against the champion, but did not claim the championship because the champion was disqualified championships usually only change hands via pinfall or submission. Luchas de apuestas[ edit ] Luchas de apuestas literally "gambling fights" are matches in which both wrestlers wager something specific the mask or hair on the outcome. There is no rest between the regular match and the overtime period. Trick or Street Fight[ edit ] A Trick or Street fight is a Halloween-themed match, named after the Halloween tradition "trick or treating", involving Halloween-themed weapons including pumpkins, buckets of candy, bowls full of water and apples, skeletons, witches' brooms, gravestones, candy cane themed kendo sticks, plus common wrestling weapons such as tables and chairs. World Championship Wrestling utilized the term "Raven's rules" for hardcore matches involving the wrestler Raven. Reversals are worth two points. To avoid losing, the downed wrestler must be on their feet by the count of 10, but they can not lose by leaving the ring for count ring out if they are still on his feet while recovering. The double leg drop, single leg sweep, fireman's carry, arm drag, and pancake are a few examples of takedowns. In a variation called "sadistic madness", created by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling , the opponent must be bleeding before a wrestler can legally pin them. Competitors are expected to show respect to opponents, officials and coaches regardless of the outcome of their match. How a Wrestling Match Works There are several different styles of wrestling. Weapon-based variations[ edit ] Though the use of foreign objects , the matches generally take the name of the weapon being used " Singapore cane match", " Chairs match". Hardcore wrestling promotion Combat Zone Wrestling has used this match with fluorescent light tubes instead of kendo sticks.

Location-based variations[ edit ] Though most matches take place in and around the ringsome are designed specifically for more exotic locales. Jerry Lawler during the King of the Ring and Lawler vs.

King of the Mountain match[ edit ] Further information: King of the Mountain match The King of the Mountain match is described as a "reverse ladder match". Occasional interference from the lumberjacks is not uncommon, or is an all-out brawl on the outside involving most of the lumberjacks. Chairs match[ edit ] A chairs match, also known as a steel chair match, is a standard weapons match with chairs being the only legal weapon.

steel cage match rules

It was held with greater frequency in WWE during the brand split ; the losing wrestler typically left the brand Raw or SmackDownonly to go to the other brand.

Both wrestlers are allowed to use everything around them. Chris Jericho left and Shawn Michaels on a table at a house show in Puerto Rico A tables match is a match in which, to win, one's opponent must somehow be driven through a table by their opponent.

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Michael Cole during the Over the Limit pay-per-view. There is no rest between the regular match and the overtime period. The overtime period will begin immediately following the three regular periods with both wrestlers starting in neutral position. No-disqualification matches may be used in feuds in which a challenger may have won matches against the champion, but did not claim the championship because the champion was disqualified championships usually only change hands via pinfall or submission. The double leg drop, single leg sweep, fireman's carry, arm drag, and pancake are a few examples of takedowns. There is also another type called the three table showdown, which can only be won when one wrestler puts his opponent through three tables, but it does not have to be at the same time. It is a singles match for which poles attached to the ring posts measured about five to six feet above the turnbuckles, with single chains wrapped from and hanging on the poles to various points on the ring itself with many weapons hanging from and attached to steel chains above the ring, sometimes with sides of a steel cage attached to and erected on the ring. Wrestlers wear boxing gloves and the match is contested in rounds with fouls given out, though the matches are generally worked and end with one wrestler cheating and using wrestling maneuvers. Trick or Street Fight[ edit ] A Trick or Street fight is a Halloween-themed match, named after the Halloween tradition "trick or treating", involving Halloween-themed weapons including pumpkins, buckets of candy, bowls full of water and apples, skeletons, witches' brooms, gravestones, candy cane themed kendo sticks, plus common wrestling weapons such as tables and chairs.
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