Slayer’s Wrestling And Stuff!


Hi Everybody! Welcome to the very first and infrequent edition of Slayer’s Wrestling and Stuff! My entrance into the IWC. Scary place this is, just keep my nose to the ground and don’t look at anyone……today I will teach to all of you a game I will be playing this Sunday. The Royal Rumble Gambling & Drinking Game! We’ll go over the basic rules, ideas, and philosophies, and of course it’s all relative so feel free to just use this as a blueprint and make up your own! But first, Inside Pulse is a family website so we gotta do a big…

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In the United States, drinking is unlawful for any and all persons under the age of 21. That’s right kids, you can get your legs shot off in Iraq but you can’t play the Royal Rumble Drinking Game.

With that said, you have to be 18 to gamble too. But it’s illegal for everybody in most states. Unless you’re on water or an Indian reservation…aw shit, we don’t want anybody suing Inside Pulse. To hell with it, this WHOLE THING is nothing but a work of fiction and any names, characters, places, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. Ok there, that should cover it.

It’s quite easy actually. For an example, let’s pretend we have ten players putting 10 dollars each in the Pot.

1) Write the numbers 1-30 respectively on separate pieces of scrap paper.
2) Crumble the 30 scraps.
3) Put the 30 scraps in a bowl, pan, hat, or if none are available just put it all on the floor.
4) Each Player (using the 10 example) picks three scraps.
5) Those three scraps become THEIR numbers for the remainder of the game.
6) Though I’m sure most of you get the idea at this point, just to cover all bases these numbers represent the order of entrance the wrestlers come in.
7) So let’s say one of your numbers is 14. If the 14th wrestler to enter the ring happens to be the Brooklyn Brawler, tough luck pal. If it’s John Cena, then you may have a shot at this thing.
8) In most cases, the Grand Prize goes to the person who picked the winner of the Royal Rumble.

Depending on how large you want the grand prize to be, you can have consolation prizes (usually double the bet). The most popular consolation prize scenario is the wrestler that is the FIRST to get eliminated. Also, if you have enough people you can give prizes to any wrestler that makes the Final Four. But you would need at least 15 players for that.

Another issue is if the number of players is not a multiple of 30 (or is it a divisible). Well, let’s say you have 13 People. Have everyone pick two, then have a mini-game to see which ones get the extra numbers. Dice, Cards, actual wrestling, the choice is yours.

So, that’s it. Easy, simple and fun!

Feel free to make your own rules, but here are some to get you started.

One shot when your wrestler enters the ring.
One shot for each opponent your wrestler eliminates.
Two Shots when your wrestler is eliminated.
Two Shots when your wrestler enters the Final Four.
Three Shots if your wrestler is the first one eliminated.
Three Shots if your wrestler wins the Royal Rumble.

The fun with this is that the winning player will be a little richer, but will have to pay for it with his sobriety!

I guess you can also do the above with marijuana, but it probably wouldn’t work well. You’d just end up losing track of things while eating your bag of combos and when the Rumble gets to the point where there are 11 wrestlers in the ring, you’ll just have no idea what’s going on.

That’s it! Have fun and Play Safe! See ya on the sports side!