One quick suggestion for you is not to let anyone ranked above them challenge. This could open up additional challengers as someone holds the title for some time and rises in the rankings. If there is an upset, it also allows a shot for the lowered ranked guys...at least until the guy upsetting climbs up the rankings.
Last Edit: Oct 11, 2015 15:04:02 GMT -5 by graymar
Post by David Bazzy Basnett on Oct 11, 2015 16:12:33 GMT -5
Same way as you do your heavyweight title , but with lower ranked wrestlers ?
Or Once you have your champion (say a face) . Pick 6 heels and roll a dice ?
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my secondary titles are generally held by upper card wrestlers
to get a championship match, and this is the case for all my championships in every division, a wrestler in my fed usually has to earn it by recent success (for example in my Ring of Vegas fed, El Generico recently got a championship match after he won his year long feud against Kevin Steen that saw Steen forced to leave ROV,) or by winning a #1 contender's match.
Also, in my ROV fed any wrestler can challenge for a championship- but they may first have to win a non-title Gambling Ground match against the champion they want to challenge. If they win that Gambling Ground then they get that championship match but if they lose that Gambling Ground match then they don't get a championship match against that champion during that champion's current reign (just like ROH's Proving Ground.) I just actually had a Gambling Ground match on my latest episode of ROV involving Roderick Strong and ROV TV Champion Tommy End.