I haven't followed pro wrestling in quite a while, but wrestling is one of my favourite forms of ryona, and it seems to be very popular amongst these forums. Part of the appeal for me is concocting situations that would lead to maximum damage to the contestants. Cage matches are the most exciting to me. There is no escape. If you get scared, too bad, the cage is keeping you in the match. There is absolutely no way to avoid the punishment your opponent wishes to inflict upon you. Handicap matches are a great way to ensure unendurable damage to the girl. Against one opponent, she may be able to hold her own, but just as she thinks she can gain the upper hand, a second opponent comes in to make sure the odds are stacked against her favour. So why not combine the two types of matches? The ultimate wrestling format for me is: Handicap Elimination Chamber Match An Elimination Chamber match is a special type of 6-wrestler cage match. Initially, two wrestlers start in the ring (within the cage) and the match starts off one-on-one. Four wrestlers are locked in a pod in each corner of the ring. Every period of time (say 5 minutes), one of the pods opens up and the wrestler gets unleashed into the ring. Wrestlers get eliminated via pinfall or submission, and the last one remaining is deemed the winner Normally, Elimination Chamber matches can create chaotic free for alls, but it also has potential for a 5 on 1 beating. The goal for the one is to eliminate her opponents faster than they can enter the ring. If she is unable to defeat her first opponent within 5 minutes, then the fight just gets more and more difficult for her. To make things FAIR, it can be modified into a 2 on 4 handicap match. The first pod to be released is the girl on the 2 side so that the 2 will momentarily have the upperhand (2 on 1). Then if they are unable to eliminate the opponent, it will be a 2 on 2, then 2 on 3 and so on, so if the 2-team works fast enough they could be at a 2 on 1 advantage all match long.