Roster and Card thoughts:
-You piqued my interest with the Heenan and Heyman picks, but that concept reveals the method behind the madness. I can't compliment you enough on the concept, I like it a lot and it does a grand job of setting up the awesomely titled 'WWF Civil War'. The card is pretty much perfect (Hart/Rollins and Bryan/Lesnar especially), although I can't say I care much for the prospect of Heyman and Heenan sharing a ring.
-The storyline is very brief and condensed which is a shame as what you've actually got is great. I like that Austin finally jumped over all the hurdles that had been placed in front of him, reached the top of the mountain and then had to contend with Bobby Heenan and Ric Flair coming in to town. It's a fantastic idea.
-It makes sense that Lesnar would want the title off Austin so he could get another shot. This is where your rushed storyline lets you down. If this wasn't as condensed, Heyman would have been perhaps introduced earlier and this betrayal would be more poignant.
-Heyman outwitting Heenan and joining forces with Austin was brilliant stuff - can't fault the logic behind it, nor the execution. Heyman, the son of a lawyer, fooling the owner of the WWF in to risking his stake. If Austin delivers it to him, he can get the title. It works on all fronts.
-I'm a little sad this is so short. It's all great stuff, but it's just too brief, man. You already know that.
-You captured Austin's personality and character from his first paragraph of dialogue. Excellent work.
-Austin doing it for the people. Nice.
-I think it was important to have Austin back up Heyman and what he can do for the company. I'm glad you did that.
-Austin's mockery of Flair and his persona was fucking hilarious. That's Austin to a tee.
-The 'WHAT' inclusion was done really well.
-You did a good job of getting Austin over without pandering to the crowd all that much. You nearly overstepped the line, but you got it just right, I think.
-And the last paragraph wraps things nicely. Should have been 'Stone Cold will still be' rather than 'Ric Flair will still be' but typos happen. Anyway, that's how you sell a PPV. That got me pumped up to see the outcome of this match, that's the most important thing.
-Love how the match starts with the two men coming face to face. That's a real 'kodak moment'. You describe it as such.
-Austin slapping Flair in the chops is fantastic, as is the trading of flipping the bird and knife-edge chop that comes right after.
-Formulaic, but perfectly fine, start to the match. Full of fire and everything you'd expect from a main event like this.
-Got to commend you for your job of depicting how Heenan and Flair are feeling in the early goings. Subtle touch, but good.
-Interesting going with the stunner so quickly.
-Not sure how I feel about Heenan getting involved at this early stage, suppose it makes sense.
-Loving Flair's dialogue in this match.
-The action isn't the most thrilling, to be honest, but it's a brawl which you'd expect from these two.
-I like Flair going after the knee brace of Austin. That's exactly what the dirtiest player in the game would do.
-Using the protective brace as a weapon.
-Flair being too cocky giving Austin an opening was well done.
-Small details such as Austin wincing when his left knee landed after the Lou Thez Press are just what I like in matches. Great work.
-Austin firing back. "You wanna get dirty, you son of a bitch?" Fantastic.
-Heenan living up to his "weasel" nickname.
-The following paragraph with Flair subjecting the targeted leg with the figure-four, and a resilient Austin cussin' the ref was well done, so much so that I popped for the reversal.
-Heyman getting chopped to bits was awesome.
-Great spot with Austin using a last ounce of energy to deliver that chair shot, his leg almost giving out on him.
-You're doing amazing in portraying Austin as the toughest SOB to walk the earth, while Flair looks great too in the process.
-That swerve with Brock made so much fucking sense, but I didn't see it coming. I liked how you had Austin end it with a stunner rather than taint the victory by Lesnar attacking Flair. It made so much sense this way. Heyman and Lesnar had been in it together all along, they had fooled everyone. What's more is that you'll have people wanting to tune in to see what happens next. Does Heyman still give Austin the title or does he deliver a big Fuck You and give the title to his boy Brock? That ending was the best way you could go. No parties get hurt.
-Overall, I felt the match dragged in certain places, but the psychology was top fucking notch, everyone involved was strong and that ending was pretty perfect, to be honest.
-Roster and Card: 9.5/10
-Storyline: 5/10 (would have been higher had you padded this out).