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Future Shock Global Wars Rules

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« on: October 10, 2020, 06:03:51 pm »

In 2020, Global Wars was retired as part of the FFW event calendar, but it was picked up to be used by Future Shock. The following are the rules governing the Future Shock Global Wars series.

1- Each country will be represented by one woman, who will compete in 4 matches: both singles and tag matches combined. They may not all be against other participants in Global Wars. Any match the representative has during the series counts for points if she wins.

2- Each match in the series is worth 2 points to the country that woman represents. Points are earned only through pin fall wins or submissions. There are no points awarded in any other manner including disqualification or countout.

3- The Global Wars series is capped off by a staggered entry battle royal, where all of the participants will compete. The last woman standing in that battle royal will earn 5 points for her country. The winning representative with the most points at the end of the series will receive a gold medal bearing the flag of her country as well as an upcoming Future Shock Championship match.

4- There will be a scoreboard maintained throughout the series on the Character Development boards, where the points will be broken down and kept as record of wins and losses.

Good luck to everyone in Future Shock Global Wars!

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