WWE's Elimination Chamber, Impact Wrestling's Lethal Lockdown, CZW's Cage of Death, and Ring of Honor's Steel Cage Warfare; All of these are varying degrees of violence filled steel cage matches marred with complete and total violence, but the original which spurned all of these great matches came in 1987 developed by the late, great "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes and first produced at The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia that match is WAR GAMES! Great American Bash 1987 was the setting for one of the most grueling matches in the history of this sport; a match has pushed the best of the best to the very edge. War Games generally consists of two teams with either four or five members competing in two rings placed side by side encapsulated by a monstrous double cage, members of each team enter the match at varying times and only once every single competitor has entered the steel structure does "The Match Beyond" truly begin. At the point all members of both teams are entered into the match the action can only be stopped when forcing one of your opponents to submit, surrender or be no longer fit to continue the match pin falls and disqualifications have no implication inside the double cage. The list of men who have put it all on the line in War Games is a literal who's who of the wrestling world.