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CYBER SUNDAY PREVIEW
28th October 2007

Pepsi Center
Denver, Colorado






The most interactive pay-per-view in the history of professional wrestling returns this Sunday night as the superstars of Raw and Smackdown anxiously await the outcome of your votes to decide their fate for this revolutionary show.





WWE Championship
Randy Orton (c) vs CM Punk, John Morrison or Triple H


Without a doubt, this is the biggest decision that you have been asked to make as the superstar you vote for will get a shot at a shot at Randy Orton and his WWE Championship. The three choices that you had were two former ECW Champions, CM Punk and John Morrison in addition to the eleven times World Champion, Triple H.

CM Punk was the first superstar to be chosen as a candidate as he made his Raw debut and was forced to give up the ECW Championship there and then. Mr. McMahon agreed that Punk deserved a title shot having relinquished the ECW title and was followed by John Morrison since he never got his rematch for the title he lost to Punk on ECW. The most interesting choice went to Triple H after months of showdowns with Mr. McMahon, the King of Kings decided to take matters into his own hands, physically threatening the Chairman of the Board to give him his rematch after losing to Orton at No Mercy.

McMahon had no choice but to give The Game what he wanted, but since then it’s all been about what McMahon has wanted. The Game has been put in handicap matches for the last three weeks, but last Monday night took an even sinister turn as McMahon placed him in a handicap gauntlet match. After overcoming The Highlanders and the debuting Deuce ‘N’ Domino, out came Randy Orton & John Morrison who became the third and final victims of the determined challenger, to McMahon’s obvious disappointment as Morrison got himself and Orton disqualified. After the match, the double team continued until CM Punk ran down to the aid of The Game after being told to go home by William Regal following McMahon’s instructions.

Punk took the beating to Morrison but was felled by an RKO from The Legend Killer who then fell foul of a pedigree from Triple H, again frustrating Mr. McMahon. Only one question remains, who did you vote in to get a shot at the gold this Sunday night?




World Heavyweight Championship
Batista (c) vs Umaga


Stephanie McMahon may have made a huge contribution in the possible end to Batista’s title reign as World Heavyweight Champion. Making herself the first guest General Manager of Smackdown over two weeks ago, she reluctantly made a decision to allow Edge act as her replacement the week later. Edge was never going to be impartial on his return and went straight after Batista. He made a huge main event as Batista went head to head with The Undertaker in a Wrestlemania rematch, but before the match came to a close, he introduced his big surprise for Batista, and what a surprise it was, The Samoan Bulldozer from behind, took apart the World Champion.

The GM for the night then announced that at Cyber Sunday, it would be Batista one on one with Umaga in a non title match where he would act as Special Guest Referee. However, seeing it as an abuse of power, the Board of Directors modified the match Edge made by making it a title match and adding two other stipulations that the fans would then have a say on, adding it to the possibility of Edge becoming the special referee. This past week, Umaga made his Smackdown debut and defeated Rey Mysterio before Batista made his way down to the ring and showed Umaga just what it would take to beat the World Champion this Sunday. With Edge looking on, Batista certainly showed him that he is not going to lie down and die.




WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy vs Montel Vontavious Porter (c)


In what has been one hell of a ride, these two former WWE Tag Team Champions and bitter enemies will finally square off one on one for MVP’s United States Championship. For months, MVP has dodged the bullet of defending his title against Matt Hardy by suggesting such challenges as arm wrestling matches and even a one on one basketball match. With MVP coming out short for the most part, it was probably a wise decision and then the unexpected came. The duo were put together for a shot at the Tag Team titles, and with Matt doing all the work, they became the WWE Tag Team Champions.

That didn’t stop the tension and hatred between them as they continued to argue and tried get one up on each other. It all came to a head nearly two weeks ago as one of their public rows was interrupted by one of Smackdown’s newest teams, Matt Striker & Big Daddy V. Taking advantage of the earlier argument, Striker & Big V were able to defeat the champions in a non title match, but mainly due to MVP’s reluctance to get in V’s way. With Matt having hurt his ribs in the match, MVP angered him even more later on with another argument, something which would cost them a week later as they were put into a gauntlet match where they lost the titles. It didn’t take long as the long awaited title match was made for this Sunday night and maybe it will end this rivalry for good.




Intercontinental Championship
Jeff Hardy (c) vs Mr. Kennedy


To say both these superstars have been on a role reversal is an understatement. Jeff Hardy has been on fire ever since reclaiming the Intercontinental Championship and the man who was described as the fastest growing superstar on Smackdown has struggled to recapture the results he had on Friday nights since joining Raw in the draft lottery. This resulted in Jeff gaining a couple of victories over the loudmouth from Green Bay, something that irritated Kennedy. However, three weeks ago on Raw, he managed to return the favour and gained a pinfall victory in a non title match against Jeff and then asked Raw GM William Regal for a title match against the Rainbow Haired Warrior.

Regal agreed and said that it would take place at Cyber Sunday, then a week later telling him the stipulations put in place. Jeff is the King of the ladder match and would relish the chance to bring out his favourite weapon, but as Kennedy reminded us this week on Raw, he won the Money in the Bank at Wrestlemania, a match that Jeff was in too. With Kennedy having won a First Blood match against The Undertaker in the last year too, will Jeff be able to carry on climbing up Raw’s ladder, or will Kennedy finally bring his “A Game” to Raw?




Rey Mysterio vs Finlay

In what could be one of the most physically intense battles on Sunday night, Rey Mysterio will be out for revenge against Finlay after the despicable attack suffered at the hands of the fighting Irishman at No Mercy. Not many will be able to forget the images of Finlay feigning an injury and being put on to a stretcher before attacking Rey in such a brutal fashion. With Finlay showing absolutely no remorse, Rey set about revenge and cost Finlay a match against Jimmy Wang Yang on Smackdown just over two weeks ago, distracting him for enough time Yang to get the shock victory.

A week later, an angry Finlay told Rey face to face that he was going to make Rey pay for what he did the week before and said that this time, at Cyber Sunday he will make sure Rey isn’t able to walk and will get the job done. Rey didn’t seem to be intimidated and told Finlay that he was coming for payback, but Finlay then said that it would be Rey leaving on stretcher this time. And this past week, Rey put up an incredible effort against Umaga on Smackdown until Finlay interfered and cost Rey what would have been a huge victory. There will be a stretcher waiting regardless of what match is chosen, but who will walk out the winner?




World Tag Team Championship
Tommy Dreamer & Stevie Richards vs Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch (c)


Who would have thought that ECW coming to an end would have benefited Tommy Dreamer & Stevie Richards the way has it, getting a shot at the World Tag Team titles this Sunday. It has to be said, they’ve worked hard for it and they got their chance by defeating the champions two straight weeks and followed up with a third this week on Raw when they met for the first time two on two. On their Raw debut three weeks ago, the veteran, Dreamer defeated Cade in an eight man tag match and repeated the victory a week later in a singles match against Cade. It seems that The Extremists have the upper hand over The Redneck Wrecking Crew, but only time will tell.




WWE Womens Championship
Mickie James vs Beth Phoenix (c)


The Glamazon has looked almost unstoppable since returning to the Raw roster and then winning the Womens Championship from Candice Michelle, and this Sunday she faces a tough challenge from a former champion, Mickie James. Since winning an over the top battle royal to win the opportunity to get this title shot, Mickie has looked impressive, defeating Victoria two weeks ago on Raw despite Beth Phoenix’s interference causing the disqualification. And this past week, Mickie pinned the champion during a six person inter-gender tag team match when Mr. Kennedy inadvertently turned round and knocked Phoenix over with Mickie then following up with an Implant DDT for the win. Can Mickie pick up another win and the title this Sunday, or will The Glamazon continue her wrecking streak?


FINAL CARD FOR CYBER SUNDAY

WWE Championship
Randy Orton (c) vs ? ? ?

Vote for Randy Orton's Opponent
A. CM Punk
B. John Morrison
C. Triple H



World Heavyweight Championship
Batista (c) vs Umaga

Vote for Match Stipulation
A. Special Referee (Edge)
B. No Holds Barred
C. Last Man Standing



Intercontinental Championship
Jeff Hardy (c) vs Mr. Kennedy

Vote for Match Stipulation
A. No Disqualifications
B. Ladder
C. First Blood



WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy vs Montel Vontavious Porter (c)

Vote for Match Stipulation
A. 30 Minute Iron Man
B. First Fall To A Finish
C. 2/3 Falls



World Tag Team Championship
The Extremists (Tommy Dreamer & Stevie Richards) vs Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch (c)

Vote for Match Stipulation
A. ECW Rules
B. Tables Match
C. Bar Fight



Rey Mysterio vs Finlay

Vote for Match Stipulation
A. Steel Cage
B. I Quit
C. Stretcher



WWE Womens Championship
Mickie James vs Beth Phoenix (c)

Vote for Match Stipulation
A. Wrestling Match
B. Paddle On A Pole
C. Bra And Panties



Feel free to leave predictions and any comments you may have. All the votes have been counted and thanks to all of you that voted. If you want me to PM you when the show is up, let me know

Thanks,
Nige

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