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WWE Fantasy League 2020-2021 Season

Posted by Callum Wiggins Friday, August 28, 2020
Welcome to your source for tracking the 2020-2021 season of the WWE Fantasy League here at Smark Out Moment!

Who doesn't enjoy some friendly competition? Tony Mango, Callum Wiggins, Robert DeFelice and Stephen Wago are looking to battle their way to victory in the return of the WWE Fantasy League.

Think of this as any typical Fantasy League – every player is looking to pick the team of WWE superstars that is going to earn them the most points between SummerSlam 2020 and WrestleMania 37, with points earned for victories and championship success, and lost for defeats, DQs and unsuccessful title defenses.

With 4 teams of 8 superstars drafted from across the Raw, SmackDown and NXT rosters, points will be won and lost on the journey to crowning this season's champion, and to secure bragging rights among the Smack Talk crew.

THE RULES


These are the rules that we will be abiding by for this season of the Fantasy League in relation to how the teams are drafted, how trades are made, and how points are scored. If you're keen on creating your own Fantasy League among friends, feel free to use our rules as your guide.

LEAGUE / DRAFT / TRADE RULES

  • Teams consist of 8 superstars
  • Wrestlers can only be selected from the Raw, SmackDown or NXT rosters
  • Both male and female superstars are eligible
  • Tag teams, factions and stables are NOT drafted as units. Each superstar must be picked individually.
  • Points are only scored for results on pay-per-views and episodes of Raw, SmackDown and NXT. Anything that happens on Main Event, 205 Live, NXT UK, etc. doesn't count
  • Snake-style draft
  • 1 trade can be made per week by each participant. These can be traded between teams or from the Free Agent Pool
  • First dibs on trades will depend on when someone made their last trade. The least recent trader will go first and so on.
To add a bit more jeopardy into the mix, there are also special rules based on our success in every pay-per-view predictions contest:
  • The winner of a single PPV predictions contest gets an extra Free Agent trade that they can perform at any time until the following PPV. If that extra trade is not used by the next PPV, it is voided
  • If someone wins 2 consecutive PPV predictions, they earn the right to force an opponent to trade one of their team for a Free Agent. The traded-in superstar immediately becomes available to be drafted by everyone else
  • If someone wins 3 consecutive PPV predictions, they earn the right to force a trade between members of 2 teams. This could involve their own team, or they could force a trade between 2 opposing teams
  • In case of a tie in PPV predictions, the winner is determined by a prediction of the length of one of the matches on the card, with the guess closest to the actual time winning

POINTS – TV MATCH RESULTS

  • Victory by pinfall, submission or KO +10 (+8 if scored by partner in a tag team match)
  • Victory in Battle Royal +15
  • Victory by DQ, count-out or 24/7 title switch +5
  • No contest is a wash with no points awarded or deducted
  • Loss by pinfall, submission, KO or 24/7 title loss –3 (–2 if partner takes the loss in a tag team match)
  • Loss by DQ or count-out –5

POINTS – PPV MATCH RESULTS

  • Victory by pinfall, submission or KO +15 (+12 if scored by partner in a tag team match)
  • Victory in Battle Royal +18
  • Victory by DQ, count-out or 24/7 title switch +8
  • No contest is a wash with no points awarded or deducted
  • Loss by pinfall, submission, KO or 24/7 title loss –5 (–4 if partner takes the loss in a tag team match)
  • Loss by DQ or count-out –8
  • WrestleMania adds a further +5 or –3 for each result

POINTS – BONUS ADDITIONS/DEDUCTIONS

  • Appear in a promo segment, brawl, interview, etc. on TV +2
  • Appear in a promo segment, brawl, interview, etc. on PPV +3
  • Main event bonus for TV +3
  • Main event bonus for PPV +5
  • Deduction for absences –5 (2 weeks), –10 (3 weeks), etc.
  • Deduction for not defending titles –15 (30 days), –30 (60 days), etc.
  • Deduction for kayfabe release –25
  • Deduction for legitimate release –50

POINTS – CHAMPIONSHIPS

World Titles = WWE, Universal, NXT, Raw/SmackDown/NXT Women's
Midcard Titles = Intercontinental, United States, North American, Cruiserweight, NXT UK, NXT UK Women's
Tag Team Titles = Raw, SmackDown, NXT, NXT UK, Women's

  • Win a World Title +25
  • Win a Midcard Title +18
  • Win a Tag Team Title +12
  • Win the 24/7 Title +8
  • Defend a World Title +15
  • Defend a Midcard Title +11
  • Defend a Tag Team Title +8
  • Defend the 24/7 Title +5
  • Deduction for Losing a World Title –15
  • Deduction for Losing a Midcard Title –10
  • Deduction for Losing a Tag Team Title –7
  • Deduction for Losing the 24/7 Title = –4

POINTS – SPECIAL RESULTS

  • Royal Rumble +30
  • King of the Ring (or similar tournament) +20
  • Sole Survivor at Survivor Series +10
  • Money in the Bank +20

THE CURRENT TEAMS

THE MANGOS DON'T KNEEL (TONY MANGO)

  • Roman Reigns
  • Matt Riddle
  • Keith Lee
  • Drew McIntyre
  • Jeff Hardy
  • Aleister Black
  • Rhea Ripley
  • Mandy Rose

THE BASTION BOOGIE KNIGHTS (CALLUM WIGGINS)

  • Bobby Lashley
  • Asuka
  • Shayna Baszler
  • Damian Priest
  • Big E
  • Finn Balor
  • Fandango
  • Jey Uso

ROBBED OF POINTS (ROBERT DEFELICE)

  • Bayley
  • Seth Rollins
  • Randy Orton
  • Paul Heyman
  • Shinsuke Nakamura
  • Dolph Ziggler
  • Bronson Reed
  • Sheamus

THE RING KINGS (STEPHEN WAGO)

  • AJ Styles
  • Adam Cole
  • Kevin Owens
  • Bray Wyatt
  • Braun Strowman
  • MVP
  • Johnny Gargano
  • The Miz

THE CURRENT STANDINGS

  1. The Bastion Boogie Nights: 264 points
  2. The Mangos Don't Kneel: 121 points
  3. The Ring Kings: 74 points
  4. Robbed of Points: 12 points


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AUTHOR OF THIS POST: CALLUM WIGGINS

Callum Wiggins hails from Essex in the United Kingdom. He recently graduated from the University of York with a degree in History and has been a fan of professional wrestling since 2002. Outside of wrestling, he is also a fan of Arsenal FC and enjoys video games, darts, and Formula One. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter.

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