12-02-2012, 12:03 AM
Because It's The Cup
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re: TantruM Presents: WWE 2007 - Rejuvenating Nostalgia
With Wrestlemania hitting home with the WWE Universe and getting a "universally" good reception, The WWE feels as though they have succeeded with the project. Chairman Vince McMahon and many other member of World Wrestling Entertainment's management had high hopes for the 23rd installment of Wrestlemania, and it exceeded those expectations. Faculty is really surprised at how superstars performed, and say that they were doing better than they had done at last years Wrestlemania, which didn't seem possible.
Previous to Wrestlemania, lots of action was taking place in the WWE such as The Undertaker winning the Royal Rumble, and Shawn Michaels earning his spot to take on John Cena. With the unfortunate failed drug test of superstar Chris Benoit keeping him out of the WWE for quite some time, and the defecating injury to Triple H's leg back in 2006, The WWE was forced to do some improvisation. The plan was that Triple H was to face John Cena in the main event of Wrestlemania 23, but due to his unfortunate injury they figured that there was no better replacement than his best friend himself, Shawn Michaels.
Mr. Kennedy was scheduled to win Money in the Bank but due to some off-screen confrontations and failing to show up for travel at scheduled times, he was somewhat pushed down. Randy Orton was a great filler to the spot, Edge was a considerable second place but Orton received the push due to Edge having something to do with Money in the Bank the past years.
Rey Mysterio/MVP was sort of built up to be a great match but Chris Benoit was earlier scheduled to be put in this match, but of course had the failure to meet WWE's policies keeping him off the worlds greatest stage.
In general news the WWE is at one of its highest points of rating in the past 5 years. Everything is going well and doing much better than expected with improvisations taking place more than they should have to. The WWE has plenty of fresh and renewed feuds/rivalries planned to take place within the year of 2007 which they think should go over well with the fans.
World Wrestling Entertainment has also been in contact with a few former superstars from the 1990's and early 2000's and are trying to possibly come to terms to have them back in the business. The WWE feels that this may be the extra push that they need to shoot up in production.
SmackDown! seems to be the weak spot of the company right now with few main event superstars. The WWE Draft is coming up and that should solve the problem. Raw has too many main event superstars to handle and McMahon thinks that this may also solve another piece of the puzzle.
All in all the WWE is in a prime place right now, but Vince McMahon knows that you can always go higher. He says that he plans to make 2007 the best year that the company has ever seen, and he will not stop until he does just that. *****
Monday Night Raw Preview – April 2nd, 2007
Nutter Center; Dayton, OH
Just 24 hours after the biggest event in sports entertainment shown in Detroit, Michigan, things look to pick up right where they left off: in complete and utter chaos. Last night's viewers definitely got what they payed for as we saw many matches that blew the top off of Ford Field. We witnessed the WWE Chairman getting bald-ified, a women's champion retaining her gold, a young and former world champion seizing an oppurtunity by snatching the briefcase guaranteeing a title match at any time, and the reign of an immaculate champion continuing it's legacy.Guaranteed Matches
A day ago we saw Randy Orton, the youngest world champion in the history of sports entertainment, gain something that he has never tasted before, the Money in the Bank briefcase. Randy Orton was looking surprisingly average going into the match and seemed to captivate the arena and possibly the world after RKOing Mr. Kennedy off the ladder and then climbing up to retrieve the contract. Will Orton cash in the briefcase tonight? What will he have to say about his performance? Is Randy slowly becoming the face of the company?
Last night we also saw Melina defeat Ashley to retain her prized Women's Championship in a match that Ashley should have won if the referee were watching more carefully. Melina's somewhat dirty play paid off, but how will Ashley react to the loss last night here on Raw? Will Ashley get her revenge?
WWE Chairman Vincent McMahon was embarrassed to his full potential last night at the greatest spectacle of the year as we saw him get shaved by Stone Cold Steve Austin, Donald Trump, and of course Bobby Lashley. Armando Estrada feels as though Umaga had failed to do his duty last night, and is looking to make it up to the chairman on tonight's Raw. Will Vince McMahon take the apology and accept what has happened to him? What's next in store for Bobby Lashley?
Last but not least we had the WWE Championship Match which rest assured did not disappoint. John Cena and Shawn Michaels duked it out until they just couldn't wrestle any longer. John Cena retained his championship and kept his reign of dominance continuing as WWE Champion. Shawn Michaels says he has something to say about last night's match, and he is not happy. What will Michaels have to say? Who is Cena's next opponent in his quest to successfully defend his WWE title?
After nearly breaking themselves in half last night The Hardyz will be in action in a tag team contest against Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch. Will they be able to sustain last night's brutal occurrences?
To find out what happens to all of these exciting happenings here in the WWE, tune in tonight, April 2nd, 2007 @ 9/8c only on The USA Network!
The Hardyz vs. Redneck Wrecking Crew
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