Three Stages of Hell MatchEdit
Very often, competing in a one fall match is enough to exhaust a Superstar. That said, a Two-out-of-three Falls Match is a true test of endurance, as the winner is not declared until a Superstar records two falls. Falls are usually awarded on the basis as a traditional match - pinfall, submission, count-out, disqualification.
The Three Stages of Hell Match is one of the most grusome Matches that is in professional wrestling these days. There has only been.
Singles Match, Ladder Match, Steel Cage Match, Street Fight Match, Falls Count Anywhere Match, Stretcher Match, And even a few Two out of Three Falls Matches has been on Hardcore or Street Fight Matches like Ric Flair vs. Mick Foley from IWE Vengenace (2006). Two out of Three Falls are usual contested for a Championship, United States Championship, IWE Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship has all been defended in a Three States of Hell Match.
Other History of the Three Stages of Hell MatchEdit
History of the Three Stages of Hell MatchesEdit
|1||Steve Johnson vs. Triple K||No Way Out (2001)||2 Out of 3 Falls Match||February 21, 2001||Singles Match Winner: KKK|
Street Fight Match Winner: Johnson
Steel Cage Match Winnner: Johnson
|2||Ryan Barnhart (c) vs. Triple K||Armageddon (2002)||2 Out of 3 Falls Match for the World Heavyweight Championship||December 15, 2002||Street Fight Match Winner:KKK|
Steel Cage Match: Winner: Barnhart
Ladder Match Winner: KKK
|3||Ric Flair vs. Mick Foley||Vengeance (2006)||2 Out of 3 Falls Match||June 25, 2006||First Fall: Ric Flair|
Second Fall: Mick Foley
Third Fall: Ric Flair
|4||Kevin McAlmond (c) vs. Triple K||IWE The Bash 2009||2 Out of 3 Falls Match for the IWE Championship||June 28, 2009||Singles Match Winner: McAlmond|
Falls Count Anywhere Match Winner: KKK
Stretcher Match Winner: McAlmond