Post by barnestormer on Jun 17, 2016 22:30:52 GMT -5
I read on WikiPedia that dark matches for SHIMMER (those not included on any of their DVDs) are considered Sparkle matches. How many of these Sparkle dark matches does SHIMMER schedule at each of their shows? I'm trying to set up my own SHIMMER promotion using the same format that the actual promotion uses, including bi-annual SHINE internet pay per views (I'm assuming SHINE i-PPVs are bi-annual, since SHIMMER shows only run once every three months.) I've already learned from the SHIMMER website that each "DVD Volume" holds 12 matches, and with two DVDs worth of matches being shot during each show, that's 24 matches per three-month show. I'm only going to run 12 SHIMMER matches every three months, rather than try to hold 24 matches and split them into two volumes, and I would like to include a number of Sparkle dark matches that are comparatively similar to how many would be featured if SHIMMER only did 12 matches every three months rather than 24.
Post by barnestormer on Jun 29, 2016 22:37:22 GMT -5
I've got one other question concerning SHIMMER. What's the significance of the Heart of SHIMMER championship? Is it a secondary title to the SHIMMER championship or is it just the SHIMMER championship title re-named? Since I'm not certain about it, when I set up my SHIMMER fed, I'm going to assume it's a secondary title equivilant to the ROH TV title.
Post by Sinclairiverse on Jun 30, 2016 0:03:45 GMT -5
The Heart of Shimmer Championship is indeed a secondary championship in Shimmer.
WORLDS: Chris Sinclair NORTH AMERICAN: VACANT WORLD TAG: Briscoe Brothers SHIMMER: Nicole Matthews HEART OF SHIMMER: Nicole Savoy SHIMMER TAG: Mount Tessa MAPLE LEAF: Adam Page MAPLE LEAF TAG: Young Bucks HOUSE OF PAIN: Dick Justice HOP TAG: Beaver Boys PHOENIX OF RISE: VACANT GUARDIANS OF RISE: VACANT
Post by executioner on Jul 1, 2016 12:52:32 GMT -5
I am happy that promotions like Shimmer and Shine exist. It adds a lot of texture to another wise homogenous wrestling landscape, and provides a nice alternative to the WWE's division.
In my slice of the gaming world, there is no Shine. Just Shimmer. I have 2 supershow weekends in Berwyn twice a year, 9 smaller cards in Florida (where Shine operates), and the WM weekend show. Several of my indy feds also have either a women's division or have matches.
CCW Champion--Randy Savage CCW Tag Champs--Midnight Express w/ Jim Cornette
AWA Champ--Verne Gagne AWA Tag Champs--Bockwinkel & Stevens w/ Heenan
ROH Champ--AJ Styles #1 Contender--Bryan Danielson TV Champ--"Entitled" Adam Cole w. Veda Scott #1 Contender--Ricochet & ZSJ Champs-- War Machine with Selena WOH Champ--Cheerleader Melissa #1 Contender--Sara Del Rey Jr. Heavyweight Champ--Matt Cross #1 Contender--The TJP Experience