For every WWE PPV, you predict who you think will win each match on the card. All picks must be submitted before the event starts, and you can make changes as many times as you want up until then, but that last version you post before 8:00 on PPV Sunday will be the one I go by.
For every prediction you make, you assign it a confidence point. The more confident you are in your prediction, the higher the number you assign it. Once you use a number, you cannot use it again (i.e. if you assign Batista 4 points, no one else can be assigned 4 points).
The number of matches on the card determines how many points you have to work with. As of right now, Extreme Rules only has five matches announced for it (although there has been another added, but it's a spoiler), so you would have the numbers 1-5 to work with.
If you get a prediction right, you get the number of points you bet on it. Whoever has the most points wins that event.
I'll keep a running tally after each event and whoever has the most points after one epic year of predicting and better, will be declared the winner.
I've been throwing around the idea of prizes for the winner (at the end of the year), but I haven't really committed to it yet. We'll see.
Next post: Official Extreme Rules Prediction Card Thing!