In kayfabe , it is regarded as the most dangerous match in the entire promotion. The earliest known "steel cage matches" of any kind took place on January 9, in Caruthersville , Missouri, in a card that included two such "chicken wire fence" matches between Lon Chaney and Otto Ludwig, and Joe Dillman vs. In many promotions, there are typically no distinctions between the two terms. The only way for a wrestler to win the Thunderdome match is to have their opponents' "terminator" usually a manager who stands outside of the ring throw in the towel to stop the match. In the dog collar variation, the wrestlers are connected at the neck by dog collars.
Sienna. Age: 29.
A new variation of the stipulation, submissions count anywhere, debuted at Breaking Point in a match between D-Generation X and the Legacy.
Kimberly. Age: 28.
Professional wrestling match types
Because of the "literally anything goes" rule, this match developed an infamous reputation in its early years. Although it does not have a top, the sides curve in to prevent escape. When all competitors have entered the ring, a roof is lowered onto the top of the cage, with various weapons hanging from it. Most often this simply means there are no-disqualifications , which itself eliminates countouts , sometimes allowing decisions to take place anywhere. Since , WWE has held a pay-per-view of the same name every February, with this match type as one of its marquee matches.