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Because of the strap's legality, and subsequent use as a choking device, submissions are generally not allowed. The following is a list of locale-based variations that supplant or replace the standard rules. A Triple Cage match involves three cages stacked on top of each other, with each cage decreasing in size from the bottom up.

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Write an explanation Username. Bold Italic Link Add an image new! Describe what artist is trying to say in a certain line, whether it's personal feelings, strong statement or something else. The first person to step outside of the ring or touch the mat with any part of the body but the soles of the feet is the loser. Hardcore wrestling is a subset of professional wrestling where some, any, or all of the traditional rules do not apply.

Most often this simply means there are no disqualifications , which itself eliminates countouts , sometimes allowing decisions to take place anywhere.

Other common euphemisms for hardcore matches are Street Fight which suggests wrestlers are to dress in normal street clothes , Extreme Rules match, Ultraviolent Rules match hardcore rules matches exclusively in CZW that usual involve ladders, tables, steel folding chairs, thumbtacks, barbed wire, weed whackers, light tubes, and fire , HardKore X-Treme match A version of the Hardcore match except weapons include flaming tables, flaming chairs, razor wire, sheets of glass and weapons wrapped in barbed wire , No Holds Barred match, Bimbo Brawl involving female wrestlers in a hardcore match , and the Good Housekeeping match which emphasized the use of kitchen implements as weapons.

World Championship Wrestling utilized the term Raven's Rules for hardcore matches involving the wrestler Raven. They also created their own specific brand of hardcore match, for which bouts were to begin backstage rather than in the ring. A barbed wire steel cage match is one of any number of matches that uses strands of barbed wire in some capacity.

Simply using barbed wire in an otherwise regular steel cage match does not make the match a barbed wire steel cage match; the barbed wire must be part of the match's design. Another variations are the Razor Wire Steel Cage Match, a similar concept to that of the barbed wire cage match, however the barbed wire is replaced by razor wire and is wrapped around the top, corners, and walls of the cage, and Barbed wire Razor wire Steel Cage match is the same as the barbed wire cage match, however the top, corners, and walls of the cage are covered with barbed wire, then also further covered with razor wire.

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.

In a Fans Bring the Weapons match, all the weapons are provided by the fans prior to the show. Sometimes the weapons will be in the ring before the match starts, although occasionally weapons will be handed to the wrestlers during the action. This match type gained popularity in the now defunct ECW. A first blood match is a no-disqualification match where in order to win a wrestler has to make his opponent bleed. Or, rather, depending on the nuances of the promotion and the angle surrounding the match, the first person to bleed loses, regardless of source.

There have been matches where bloody noses count. In a variation called Sadistic Madness, which was created by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling , the opponent must be bleeding before a wrestler can legally pin them. Although, there are no disqualifications, outside interference cannot be seen causing the participant to bleed. The Last Man Standing match is a hardcore-style match where the only way to win is by knockout.

That is, a wrestler will lose the match if they are unable to answer a ten-count after being downed, similar to the knockout ruling of a boxing match. To avoid losing, the downed wrestler must be on their feet by the count of 10, but they can't lose by leaving the ring for count ring out if he is still on his feet while recovering.

Mexican Death Match , where a wrestler must be pinned or forced to submit before the referee will begin the ten-count. A no countout match is a regular match where both competitors can stay outside of the ring or stay down for longer than the standard 10 or 20 seconds.

A no holds barred match, also known as a no disqualification match, [34] or sometimes as an Anything Goes match, Boot Camp match or Raven's Rules match, is a match where neither wrestler can be disqualified , allowing for weapons and outside interference. A match that does not observe disqualifications, where pinfalls must take place in the ring, can also be known as an unsanctioned match, or street fight. A Taipei Deathmatch is a match where the wrestlers' fists are taped and dipped into glue and in broken and crushed glass, allowing shards to stick to their fists.

Win by pinfall, submission or escape. A Barbed Wire Massacre Match is a match where the ring ropes replaced are barbed wire and the weapons themselves are wrapped in barbed wire as well. Made popular in the late s and early s by small American wrestling leagues, as well as overseas Japanese promotions during the s. A submission match is typically a match in which pinfalls, count-outs and disqualifications are not legal and a match could only end via making an opponent tap out to a submission hold.

A very famous variation of this match is an "I Quit" match in which a wrestler has to beat his opponent and force him to utter "I Quit". As professional wrestling seeks to also tell a story, some matches are made solely for the purposes of advancing the plot. This typically involves the loser of a match being penalized in some way.

A match where whoever falls off the scaffold is declared the loser. A variation named Elevation X, features a scaffold in the shape of the letter X. A last chance match, also called a do or die match, is a championship match where, if the challenger does not win the title, they are banned from challenging for it again as long as the winner of the same match holds it.

Loser leaves town is a generic term for any match where the loser has to leave the current promotion or brand. It was held with somewhat greater frequency though still not nearly as common as in the past in WWE during the brand extension , where the losing wrestler typically left the brand Raw or SmackDown , only to go to the other brand.

The "retirement" stipulation can be applied to just one wrestler [39] or both wrestlers in a match can be wrestling for their careers. In this case it's designed to be a last hurrah, showcasing the wrestler's talent one last time for their fans.

A match similar to a singles match with the exception that the loser must kiss the winner's bare foot. Such matches included Bret Hart vs. Jerry Lawler during the King of the Ring and Lawler vs. Michael Cole during the Over the Limit pay-per-view.

A similar variation of this match is the kiss my ass Match, which the loser had to kiss the winner's bare buttocks and was prominently held during WWE's Attitude Era. Luchas de Apuestas literally "gambling fights" are matches where both wrestlers wager something specific the mask or hair on the outcome. The loser of the match then loses the item, being forced to take off the mask or be shaved bald.

It is also possible for a wrestler to put someone else's item on the line, with the same stipulation applying in the event of a loss. As a form of further humiliation, the loser can be forced to physically hand the mask he just lost to the winner. The most popular types of wager are the mask of a masked wrestler or the hair of a non-masked wrestler, most commonly put against each other in mask vs.

Throughout Mexico, when masked wrestlers lose their masks, they are not allowed to compete under a mask with that same gimmick. In matches where hair is on the line, generally the heel wrestler loses the match, as it is designed to humiliate the heel wrestler. While most wrestlers especially female wrestlers end up growing their hair back out, in some cases the wrestler may tend to keep a shaved head as part of their look.

For instance, Angle's kayfabe explanation was that he could not regrow it despite using Rogaine , hair tonic , and even fertilizer. In reality, he was already going bald naturally , with many jokes about his receding hair line having been made on TV long before his head was shaved; his then-wife Karen had wanted Angle to shave his head. Angle would briefly regrow it for his role in the movie Warrior before shaving it again.

Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal, also known in WWE as Raw Roulette, [47] is not a match type itself, but a way to assign a type to a match that does not yet have one. Before the match either a " wheel of fortune " or roulette wheel featuring a number of match types is spun, with the match landed on being used for the night. Though most matches take place in and around the ring , some are designed specifically for more exotic locales.

The majority of these matches take on the name of their setting, often appending "brawl" to the end, and are generally hardcore by definition. The following is a list of locale-based variations that supplant or replace the standard rules. The match must be won by pinfall or submission, and there are no countouts and no disqualifications.

A Boiler Room Brawl starts in a boiler room , with the winner being the first wrestler to successfully get out. A street fight is a match with no disqualifications and falls count anywhere meaning pinfall and submission attempts can happen anywhere. A Miracle on a 34th Street Fight is a Christmas-themed match, named after the movie Miracle on 34th Street , involving Christmas-themed weapons including fire extinguishers, pumpkin pies, presents, Christmas trees, Christmas wreaths, candy kendo sticks, bowling balls, and teddy bears.

Two types of matches take place in parking lots, the Parking Lot Brawl [51] and the Iron Circle match. Both superstars are allowed to use everything around them. This includes the using the cars as weapons and anything found around them.

First one to pinfall or submission is the winner. 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 kendo sticks, plus common wrestling weapons such as tables and chairs.

Though the use of foreign objects , the matches generally take the name of the weapon being used " Singapore cane match", " Chairs match". The following is a list of weapon-based matches where additional rules supplant or replace the standard rules. The Crazy 8 match, used mostly in the defunct Pro Wrestling Unplugged promotion, involves placing a championship belt at the top of a scaffold with the first wrestler to retrieve it being declared the winner.

Placed in and around the ring for the wrestlers to utilize during the match are one side of a steel cage , two trampolines, and four rope swings. A ladder match is a match where a specific object usually a title or a contract for a title is placed above the ring—out of the reach of the competitors—with the winner being the first person to climb a ladder and retrieve it. The King of the Mountain match is described as a "reverse ladder match".

Instead of retrieving an object hanging above the ring, the winner is the first person to use a ladder to hang a championship belt above the ring—after having scored a pinfall or submission pinfalls count anywhere to earn the right to try. A wrestler who has been pinned or forced to submit must spend two minutes in a penalty box. A tables, ladders, and chairs match often abbreviated as "TLC match" , is an extension of a ladder match with chairs and tables also being present as legal weapons.

The match has two variations. The other as a traditional style match won by pinfall or submission. TNA calls this variation "Full Metal Mayhem", where steel chains are also permitted along with tables, ladders, and chairs. A pillow fight is a match held for which pillows and a bed are placed in the ring.

A variation, the Lingerie Pillow Fight, requires the participants to wear lingerie. Another variation, the Pajama Pillow Fight, requires the participants to wear pajamas. In this variation, only the named object may be used as a weapon. Examples include the steel stairs match, barbed wire baseball bat match, pillows, thumbtacks match, etc. A chairs match, also known as a steel chair match, is a standard weapons match with chairs being the only legal weapon.

A kendo stick match, also known as a Singapore cane match or dueling canes match, is a standard weapons match with a kendo stick being the only legal weapon. Often, the ring will be lined with many kendo sticks for the wrestlers to use. Hardcore wrestling promotion Combat Zone Wrestling has used this match with fluorescent light tubes instead of kendo sticks. The Object on a Pole match — whose name is usually derived from the object being hung; i. In this case, an object is placed on a pole that extends from one of the four turnbuckles on the ring with the wrestlers battling to reach it first.

However, this is sometimes a no-disqualification match in which any weapon, plus the one on the pole, can be used. This match is referred to by many wrestling critics as a "Russo Special", due to the propensity of WCW booker Vince Russo 's use of Pole Matches during his tenure at the company. Multiple variations of the "Pole match" exist.

In some cases the match is closer to the ladder match, in that reaching the object does end the match. Anderson by first rendering him unconscious with a chokehold and then putting him into the straitjacket. A strap match, known by many names and done with many slight variations, is any match where the competitors are placed on the opposite ends of a restraint to keep them in close physical proximity.

By definition the strap—and anything tied to it — are considered legal and in play weapons. The most common rule for victory is for one wrestler to have to go around the ring, touching all four corners in order and without stopping, although they can also end in pinfalls. Because of the strap's legality, and subsequent use as a choking device, submissions are generally not allowed. The strap match is one of the most varied forms of professional wrestling match type, both in name and implements used, with the name used generally coming from the implement used and one or both of the participants gimmicks i.

Common restraints include a belt , bullrope length of rope with a cowbell in the center , steel chains , one to two foot " leash ", or leather strap.

In the dog collar variation, the wrestlers are connected at the neck by dog collars. A tables match is a match in which, to win, one's opponent must somehow be driven through a table by their opponent. It can only be won with an offensive maneuver. Tables matches can be contested with tag teams , under both elimination [69] and one "fall" rules.

It is common for tables matches to also include a "no disqualification" clause, which turns them into hardcore matches by nature although this variation may also be alternately known as a Hardcore Tables Match. In some tag matches, a person can save his teammate by breaking the table with his own body. Apparently this does not count against the team. 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.

Some matches take place in specific enclosed environments. Although the majority of these enclosures are set up either in or around the ring , some of them are placed apart from it. In all cases, the structure itself is considered "in play" and most enclosure-based matches are decided by pinfall or submission unless specific other stipulations are made beforehand. Steel cages are one of the oldest form of enclosures used in professional wrestling. The earliest known "steel cage matches" of any kind took place on January 9, in Caruthersville, Missouri , in a card that included two such "chicken wire fence" matches between Lon Chaney and Otto Ludwig, and Joe Dillman vs.

A steel cage match is a match fought within a cage formed by placing sheets of mesh metal around, in, or against the edges of the wrestling ring. The most common way of winning is by simply escaping the cage, either over the top of the cage wall and having both feet touch the arena floor, or by escaping through the cage door with both feet touching the arena floor. The other occasional ways to win a steel cage match are by pinfall , by submission, though these are less common stipulations in the modern era, an even less likely stipulation is that weapons can be thrown into the ring by the wrestlers' managers.

It is possible to have one wrestler attempting to escape over the top of the cage wall while another tries to escape through the cage door. In Impact Wrestling 's past, the matches were often called "six sides of steel" as the cage surrounded their six-sided ring.

In TNA, this match was between two wrestlers or up to 6 fighting inside a chamber. Wrestlers who were not involved in the match surrounded the chamber. About 5 minutes into the match, the outside wrestlers throw weapons into the chamber.

This match only ends when one wrestler knocks out his opponent. The match, exclusively in Ring of Honor wrestling ROH , in which the ring is surrounded by a steel cage with four wooden platforms at the corners of the cage to make the "high risk" wrestling moves. All participants are allowed to inside and outside the cage at any time.

The cage-based match, came from Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling ECCW , in which the 8-feet-high steel cage which surrounds the ringside area with the top wrapped in barbed wire and "extreme" weapons scattered around the ring and ringside area. Disqualifications, count-outs and rope-breaks do not apply. The winner shall be decided by pinfall, submission or being unable to stand up at count. Also called a Tower of Doom, the Doomsday Cage is a three-story cage — the middle one split into two rooms — all of which house wrestlers.

The object of the match is for a team of wrestlers to fight their way from the top cage to the bottom, where pinfalls and submissions come into play. A specific kind of enclosure match run by WWE featuring a large "cell" structure, a 5-sided cuboid made from open-weave steel mesh Chain-link fencing , which extends beyond the ring apron, leaving a narrow gap between the edge of the ring and the cell wall.

As opposed to a conventional steel cage , the cell fencing continues across the top, hence the name 'cell'. Unlike a standard cage match, there is no escape clause and it has been fairly common for Hell in a Cell matches to spill out of the cell and even onto the ceiling of the cage , the match can only be won via pinfall or submission. There is no disqualification and the wrestlers are free to do whatever they must to win.

The pinfall or submission can happen anywhere and anything not nailed to the floor may be used as a weapon. The cell may be used as a weapon. This type of match outside of the WWE is considered a cage match since most promotions do not consider escaping from the ring as a victory. Because of the "literally anything goes" rule, this match developed an infamous reputation in its early years. Many wrestlers were legitimately injured during these matches most notably Mick Foley , and the unbelievable bumps taken during these matches are talked about even to this day.

In kayfabe , it is regarded as the most dangerous match in the entire promotion. Jim Ross has referred to the cell itself as "a demonic structure" that is "custom built for injury.

The first match was between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels in The ring is surrounded by an electrified steel cage. The cage can be used as a weapon. The only way to win is by pinfall or submission. The Elimination Chamber, which was created by Triple H and introduced by Eric Bischoff for WWE in , is a large, circular steel cage that surrounds the ring entirely, including creating a grated floor area on the apron. Inside the cage, at each turnbuckle , is a clear "pod" where four of the six competitors in the match must wait to be released to join the two who start at the opening bell.

As the name implies, wrestlers are eliminated one-by-one via pinfall or submission until only one remains. The metal is black and the chambers are made of 'bulletproof glass'. The chamber is 36 feet 11 metres in diameter and is composed of 16 tons of steel and 2 miles 3.

Since , WWE held a pay-per-view of the same name every February, featuring this match type as one of its marquee matches. In , this event was replaced with WWE's new pay-per-view event Fastlane. An Inferno match is a special type of match where the ring is completely surrounded by flames once both contenders have entered the ring. The only way to win is to set your opponent on fire. Inferno matches usually end on the outside of the ring; this way, paramedics can assist the unfortunate loser of the match.

Due to the potentially graphic or dangerous nature of this type of match, it is very rarely seen in North America. In fact, there have only been five to this date in the WWE, all of which have involved Kane.

Kane had been thrown out of the ring and The Undertaker had no way of attacking him. The match ended in The Undertaker's victory. While the ring is surrounded by flames just like in a standard Inferno match, the match is decided by pinfall or submission and not by burning your opponent. The Punjabi Prison match, named after the Punjab state that The Great Khali the match's founder is billed from, consists of two large steel-reinforced bamboo cages. The first is four sided and stands 16 feet 4.

The inner cage has a four-foot 1. Each door may only be opened once and is only allowed to remain open for sixty seconds, after which it is padlocked. Should all four doors end up locked before the wrestlers escape, they are forced to climb out over the top, where the bamboo is fashioned into spikes. Between the two cages are sometimes placed two tables, on which are weapons both "medieval" and "bamboo" variations of standard wrestling weapons There are also extended straps at the corners of the cage which can be used to choke the opponent.

Once a wrestler has escaped the first cage, he must climb over and out of the second cage, with the first wrestler having both of their feet touch the arena floor is the winner of the match. The match was revived in , but WWE, as part of a series of changes relating to safety after the Chris Benoit incident in , eliminated the spikes on the bamboo and the straps used to choke opponents. Jinder Mahal defeated Randy Orton at Battleground World Championship Wrestling 's Thundercage, based on the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome , is a large domed structure of steel bars engulfing the ring.

Although it does not have a top, the sides curve in to prevent escape. Mexico's AAA promotion tweaked the concept with the Domo de la Muerte "Dome of Death" , which uses a similar cage but only allows victory by escaping through a hole at the top center.

In AAA it is typically used for multi-man "luchas de apuestas" bet matches , with the last man standing in the cage losing his mask or hair.

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