WWF No Mercy and NWO vs WCW Revenge were some of the best wrestling games on the N64. Some of the best match types and story mods that I have yet to see duplicated in this generation of consoles. No longer could we have HHH as the Women’s champion which some say started the Women’s Revolution.
As always, mix and match these drinking game rules as you see fit.
WWF Wrestling Game Drinking Rules
- Taunt your opponent, take a drink
- Enter the danger zone, take 2 drinks
- When you Pin someone and they kick out at 1 take one drink
- When you Pin someone and they kick out at 2 take two drinks
- Lose the Match, take a drink
- Have a move reversed, take a drink. If multiple reversals happen, the loser takes a drink
Additional Story Mode Rules
- Win a match, take a victory drink
- Handicap match means you take 2 drinks
- Did you get ambushed backstage, take 3 drinks
- Get challenged for the title, take a drink
- Gimmick match, cage, ladder, table, etc. Take one drink
Battle Royal Drinking Game Rules
- Eliminate someone, take a drink
- Take 2 drinks if you eliminate someone within 5 seconds
- Every 10 participants, take a drink
- ID the wrestler by their theme song before your friends, they take a drink
King of the Hill Rules
For this game you need 4 people playing. One person is the king, the 2nd person is the protector who guards the king with their life. The 3rd and 4th person need to attack the king by performing one grapple move on them. When the king gets successfully attacked he must take a drink and he is no longer the king. The new king is the person who just attacked the king, and the protector is now the person who must go after the king.
Do you have a favorite drinking game or rule while playing WWF or WCW Wrestling Games? Have a game you have drinking rules to? I want to hear from you. Please leave a comment below.
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