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New-WWE
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Acronym New-WWE
Establishment May 1st 2009 - Present
Owner(s) Burb
Staff Burb- Owner
Formerly New-ICCW (E-Fed)
New-TNA (E-Fed Storyline)
Website http://www.youtube.com/user/BurbMEERKAT


New-WWE is the CAW adaptation of the most popular e-fed on the SMF Forum by the same name. New-WWE is similar to feds like WEDF, as it opts to use real life wrestlers and some originals rather than celebrities and fictional characters. Unlike those feds, New-WWE is mainly satirical, much like the CAW event CAWllision 3 and usually pokes fun at owners of some of the more popular feds. New-WWE is geared mainly towards the Something CAWful Forum and features inside jokes that only they would understand. Much like the real WWE , New-WWE is split into two seperate brands (formerly 3). Instead of using the typical CAW method of changing show names, New-WWE still uses the names Raw and Smackdown. Since returning to the CAW world on October 30th, 2009, New-WWE now is involved with a close working relationship with NAW. Much like it's e-fed counterpart, New-WWE uploads shows at an accelerated pace. Multiple months worth of shows are uploaded within short weeks, and year-long seasons can show up in half a year.


History

New-WWE's run began in e-fed form in early August 2008, and actually helped spark an e-fed revolution on the forum, paving the way for several other hit e-feds. It ran in e-fed form until January 2009 until it was destroyed by it's own owner Burb. There were attempts to revive it, but none were successful. New-WWE was brought back as a CAW fed on May 1st, 2009, using Smackdown vs Raw 2009 for the Playstation 3. The fed was considered a flop due to the lack of any storylines and no commentary, and shut down within a month (along with the owner's growing frustration with DailyMotion constantly falsely rejecting videos for "Inapporpriate Content"). New-WWE ended up returning on October 30th of the same year and now features storylines and segments acted out using Smackdown vs Raw 2010's Story Designer. The new version of New-WWE is also linked to NAW, allowing the two feds to share some titles and have matches on each others CPV events. The new version of New-WWE was rather successful, netting Burb over 100 subscribers within the first three months of operation. Shortly afterward, the main BurbMEERKAT account was  flagged down once again. Starting March 5th, 2010, it was quietly announced that New-WWE would begin a relationship with RAWR similar to the one they've had with NAW since returning in October 2009. The BurbMEERKAT account eventually returned for the third time, and New-WWE moved back there. It has been there since

Shows

SEASON ONE CPVS-

SEASON TWO CPVS-

SEASON THREE CPVS-

SEASON FOUR CPVS-

SEASON FIVE CPVS-

SEASON SIX CPVS-

SEASON SEVEN CPVS-

SEASON EIGHT CPVS-

Trivia

  • New-WWE's drafts are conducted entirely on the Something Cawful Forums by the members after season 2, Before the first 2 season drafts, they where conducted on the SMF Forums, making it by far one of the most interactive CAW feds of all time.

Awards

Year Award Category Result
2010 Something Cawful Awards Best Production Value Nominated
CAW League to watch out for in 2011 Nominated
2011 Something Cawful Awards CAW Show of the Year Nominated
Best Feud/Story (Caylen Rogers vs. Brent Harvanator) Won
Best Production Value Won
Best Roster Won
Best Booker/Writer (Burb) Won
2012 Something Cawful Awards CAW Show of the Year Won
CPV Show of the Year (New-WWE WrestleMania IX) Nominated
Match of the Year (Evan O'Shea vs. Biff Andreas (New-WWE Over the Limit 4)) Won
Match of the Year (Evan O'Shea vs. Biff Andreas (New-WWE Survivor Series 3)) Nominated
Best Feud/Story (Danny Jackpot vs. Pablo Gonzales) Nominated
Best Feud/Story (Dorf Liggleton vs. TRS) Nominated
Best Production Vaule Won
Best Booker (Burb) Won
Best Roster Won
2013 Something Cawful Awards CAW Show of the Year Won
Match of the Year (Biff Andreas vs. Danny Jackpot (New-WWE Summerslam 8)) Won
Best Feud/Story (Biff Andreas vs. Danny Jackpot) Won
Best Roster Won
Best Production Vaule Won
Best Booker/Writer (Burb) Won


e v Vivianverse CAW League
Main: DCWL · iPW · Jeri-MAX · NESE · New-NAW · New-WWE · NSCW · TCW* · WEDF
Developmental: JJPW · FNW · DCO (Vivianverse) · DJW · SDA
Events: CAWllision
Defunct/Former: OLW · RAWR · WWCW · HRW · WFC · TNE · WCDW · WCW · URW · NAW · IWT · New-TNA
e v New-WWE Roster
Superstars: Alberto Del Rio · Andrew Liana · Athouse · Belmont · Biff Andreas · Big E · Big Show · Bo Dallas · Cesaro · Christian · Christopher Cauckel · Cody Rhodes · Damien Sandow · Daniel Bryan · Danny Jackpot · Darren Young · David Otunga · Dean Ambrose · Dolph Ziggler · Fandango · Jack Swagger · Jacob Cass · John Cena · Justin Gabriel · Kofi Kingston · Matt Eichorn · Mr. McMahon · Paul Heyman · R-Truth · Randy Orton · Ricardo Rodriguez · Roman Reigns · Ryback · Sebastian Cruise · Seth Rollins · Sheamus · Smokey · Steven Raden · The Miz · Titus O'Neil · Triple H · TRS · Tyler King · Wade Barrett · Zach Starr · Zack Ryder
Divas: AJ Lee · Aksana · Athena Snow · Brie Bella · Kaitlyn · Layla · Lillith Miller · Maria Lopez · Nikki Bella · Summer Rae
Databases: Roster · Results · RTWM · Draft · Rumble
e v New-WWE Championships
Primary Championships: WWE Championship · World Heavyweight Championship
Secondary Championships: Intercontinental Championship · United States Championship
Other Championships: DCO World Championship · Divas Championship · WWE Tag Team Championship
Etc.: Women's Championship · World Tag Team Championship · Defunct Championships · Other Accomplishments

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