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Backstory:

Tajiri’s last televised match in a WWE ring occurred during the December 2005 edition of Sunday Night Heat in a match pitting him against Gregory Helms. Tajiri was outshined by Helms that night as he fell victim to Helms’ Shining Wizard. After the match, Tajiri delivered a touching farewell speech announcing that he would be returning to Japan. Tajiri received a standing ovation from the appreciative crowd as he gave thanks to both WWE and ECW. For the next few years Tajiri wrestled in the Orient, savoring his return back to his home country.

Shortly after his match with Tajiri, Gregory Helms returned to the Smackdown brand by capturing the Cruiserweight Championship at the 2006 Royal Rumble. Helms had a long tenure with the Cruiserweight Championship, holding on to it for over a year, breaking the previous record of 162 days which coincidentally belonged to Tajiri. In May 2007, Gregory Helms broke two vertebrae in his neck and the need for surgery put him on the shelf indefinitely.

In September 2008, Helms made his surprise return to WWE television. But because he was still 2 months away from being medically cleared to wrestle, Helms took a spot in the commentary booth alongside Tazz and Jim Ross. Reverting back to his arrogant tendencies, Helms dished out insults week in and week out to what he liked to call “lower-tier, second-rate wrestlers”. Helms hinted that when he finally returned back to the ring, Smackdown would be receiving a much-needed boost.

November 7, 2008 marked the night Helms was finally eligible to wrestle again. On this Friday night, Smackdown opened up with both Vickie Guerrero and Gregory Helms standing beside a mysterious pedestal; its contents hidden away by a black cloth. Vickie Guerrero announces to those in attendance that Gregory Helms has convinced her to reinstate the Cruiserweight Championship, a title that has been vacated since September 28, 2007. Gregory Helms rubs his hands in glee when Vickie removes the black cloth revealing the title that was once wrapped around Helms’ waist for 385 consecutive days.

When Helms reaches out for the title, Vickie stops him. She declares that in the spirit of competition it wouldn’t be fair to outright hand to belt back to Gregory Helms. Helms looks at Vickie in outrage. He asserts that he is the most deserving cruiserweight in the world, and that there is no reason why he shouldn’t be remade champion. Vickie smiles at Helms and reveals to him that in order to become Cruiserweight Champion for the 4th time of his career he would have to earn it. Vickie tells Helms that she has already booked Helms in a match tonight to crown a new Cruiserweight Champion. And his opponent would be another returning WWE superstar. Making his return from the Land of the Rising Sun, “The Japanese Buzzsaw” Tajiri.


Gregory Helms .vs. Tajiri


Tajiri steps out through the curtain and walks to the ring with a gigantic smile on his face, seemingly very happy to be back in the WWE. In complete contrast, the look on Helms’ face displays an entirely different emotion. Helms is visibly upset that the match is even happening in the first place. Helms tries to follow Vickie out of the ring to convince her to change her mind, but she ignores him and makes her way backstage.

Tajiri steps through the ring ropes and reacquaints himself with the aesthetics of the WWE ring by circling it a few times. With Vickie now out of sight, Helms realizes that he has no other choice but to take part in the match if he stands any chance to regain the Cruiserweight Championship. Helms hesitantly slides back in as the ref goes through the usual routine of showing the belt to both competitors before title matches. The ref hands the belt to the timeskeeper and asks for the bell to be rung.

The match gets underway and right from the get-go, Tajiri attacks Helms with a hail storm of his patented lethal kicks. As a result of Tajiri’s kicks, Helms stumbles backwards until he reaches the relative safety of the ring ropes for a rope break. Helms’ decision pays off because it prompts the ref to stop Tajiri from going after Helms for at least a count of 5. Helms orders the ref to back Tajiri further away. Tajiri obliges and takes a few steps backwards. Tajiri readjusts his wrist tape and smirks at Helms because he knows he got the best of him in that exchange.

Helms cautiously moves himself away from the ring ropes and heads back towards the middle of the ring where he tries to create a more methodical pace by locking up with Tajiri in an elbow-and-collar tie-up. Helms transitions the lock-up into a headlock and sends Tajiri off the ropes. Tajiri rebounds off the ropes and ducks under a leap frog from Helms. Tajiri bounces off the other sides’ ropes but this time gets tossed into the air with a back body drop from Helms. Tajiri’s back smacks against the canvas and Helms follows up immediately by synching in a surfboard stretch. Helms is now dictating the tempo of the match as he yanks Tajiri’s arms backwards while sticking his knee into Tajiri’s spine. With his mouth just inches apart from Tajiri’s ear, Helms begins to heckle Tajiri with obnoxious remarks. The ref asks Tajiri if he wants to give up but he shakes his head “no” in response.

Tajiri lifts his right leg and pounds the mat over and over again, trying to pump up the crowd in his favor. The crowd bursts into cheers trying to rally Tajiri back up. Tajiri uses the crowd’s response as a boost and gets back up to a vertical basis but he still has his arms tied back by Helms. Tajiri flips forward and escapes Helms’ grasp with an incredible dropkick to the sternum. Upon the sudden blow, Helms instinctively releases Tajiri’s arms and bowls over holding his stomach in pain. Tajiri quickly gets back to his feet and delivers a roundhouse kick to Helms’ chest. Helms doubles over from the hit. However, as Tajiri tries to follow it up with a spinning sole kick, Helms manages to capture Tajiri’s leg. Helms pushes Tajiri forward and backs off the ropes for some extra momentum before clubbing Tajiri in the back of his head with a diving forearm. They both rise up from the mats at the same time but Helms is the first to attack. Tajiri ducks a clothesline by Helms and trips him up with a double-leg takedown from behind. Tajiri sits on top of Helms’ back and begins to playfully massage Helms’ head by rubbing his hands in Helms’ hair. Tajiri’s creation of an artificial bad hair day infuriates Helms. Helms covers his head with his hands to try to stop Tajiri from prolonging the embarrassment. Tajiri stands back up, runs off the ropes and jumps on top of Helms’ prone back with a double stomp. On impulse, Helms’ reaches towards his back with his left hand to try to soothe the pain.

Helms is still grimacing from the pain caused by Tajiri’s double stomp when he gets pulled back up. Tajiri leans him against the ropes and launches him towards the other side with an Irish whip. But instead of rebounding off of them, Helms stops himself by holding onto the ropes. Helms flicks his hand forward as if to say he has had enough and exits the ring. Helms gathers his wits on the outside of the ring as Tajiri taunts him from the inside with a Japanese chicken dance. Helms is enraged at Tajiri’s antics. He stares at the crowd in disbelief as they applaud Tajiri’s hysterics with laughter. Helms tries to tell everybody that what Tajiri is doing is not funny but his words fall on deaf ears. Helms climbs back up to the apron. As soon as Tajiri goes after him, Helms jumps back to the arena floor and grabs hold of Tajiri’s feet. Helms yanks Tajiri off balance which causes him to fall to the mat. This gives Helms the opportunity to reenter the ring. Helms slithers back into the ring and drops a well-calculated elbow to Tajiri’s midsection. Helms gets right back up and puts a well-placed boot on top of Tajiri’s throat. Helms uses the ring ropes for added leverage as he steps on top of Tajiri’s throat as if it were a stepping stool. At the count of 5, the ref rips Helms away from the ropes. Helms holds his hands up into the air as if to plead innocent to any wrongdoing. Helms latches onto Tajiri’s leg and drags him to the center of the ring. Helms targets Tajiri’s abdomen with the point of his elbow before dropping down with an elbow drop. Helms hooks Tajiri’s leg for a pin cover…


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Tajiri kicks out. Helms pulls Tajiri up and goes for an Irish whip but Tajiri counters with one of his own. Upon Helms’ arrival back to the center of the ring, Tajiri connects with a kick to the thigh. The sound reverberates throughout the entire arena. Tajiri extends the punishment with a combo of stiff kicks before he runs off the ropes. Helms tries to catch him off guard with a clothesline but Tajiri slides through his legs. Tajiri gets up to a vertical stance and strives for another roundhouse kick. Helms sweeps Tajiri’s foot away before it is able to make impact and captures Tajiri in a small package…


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Tajiri kicks out. They both regain footing at the same time but Helms is the first to move. He takes a stab at knocking Tajiri down with a forearm but Tajiri reverses it into a backslide…


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Helms kicks out. Tajiri runs off the ropes and attaches himself to Helms’ shoulders with a modified crucifix pin…


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Helms kicks out again. Helms sits up and is a little dizzy from the fast paced pin attempts. Tajiri approaches Helms from the rear and knocks the pus out of him with a kick to the spine. The pain caused by the kick is smeared all over Helms’ face. Tajiri lifts Helms up and sends him off the ropes with an Irish whip. Tajiri drops down to the floor as Helms leaps over him and rebounds off the ropes again. Helms rejoins Tajiri back in the center of the ring but ducks under Tajiri’s clothesline. Helms runs off the ropes once again but sees Tajiri’s back hook kick coming and slides underneath Tajiri all the way out of the ring. Tajiri leans over the ropes to go after him but Helms seizes him in a modified headlock. Helms makes his way back up to the apron with Tajiri’s head still locked in a modified headlock. Helms scrunches up his fist and delivers a devastating strike to Tajiri’s face that sends him tumbling back into the ring. Helms steps back into the ring and simply stomps Tajiri in the face a couple of times to inflict more damage. He stands over Tajiri’s body and grabs hold of Tajiri’s face with both hands. He begins to wildly shake Tajiri by the head while shouting vile words at him. Helms roughly lets go of him but stomps him in the face again for good measure.

Helms makes his way to the turnbuckle corner to cool down before directing his attention back to Tajiri. Helms walks over to Tajiri and bends down to pick him up. Tajiri uses this opportunity to surprise Helms. Tajiri slides to his stomach and heaves his legs into the air, snaring Helms’ head with a headscissors. Tajiri holds on tight as he uses his arms to push up and add some leverage. Helms appears to be lassoed in tight as Tajiri squeezes his legs around Helms’ head with the headscissors. Helms doesn’t even seem to be able to put on a fight as the pressure builds from position he’s in, caught in between Tajiri’s strong leg muscles. Helms’ stamina appears to be fading as his body slowly droops down to the mat. Tajiri gets into a more comfortable position on the canvas but still remains affixed to Helms with the headscissors. Helms is now flat on his stomach still secured in Tajiri’s hold. The ref lifts Helms’ arm and lets it fall limp to the mat. He does it a second time and the same thing happens with Helms’ arm falling limp to the ring’s floor. The ref signals that he’ll be doing it for a third time and if the same equation occurs, he’ll have no choice but to call the match in Tajiri’s favor. However, as the ref tries to grab Helms hand, Helms brushes the ref’s hand away and drapes his left leg over the bottom rope for a rope break. The crowd groans in disappointment but Tajiri rises back to his feet and tells the crowd not to worry because it’ll all be finished when he connects with the Buzzsaw kick. Tajiri gets into his stance and waits for Helms to get back up so that he could execute his finishing maneuver. Helms uses the ropes to slowly get back up. He has his back turned to Tajiri so he has no clue what’s about to hit him. Helms turns around but immediately drops to the ground when he sees Tajiri’s leg flash in front of his eyes. Helms barely dodges Tajiri’s kick as he crawls out of the ring as if a grenade was about to explode.

The crowd erupts in boos. They are not pleased with Helms’ cowardly ways. Helms slowly backpedals up the entrance aisle to gather some time to regroup. But Tajiri is not going to allow it. He exits the ring in pursuit of Helms. Helms holds out his hands and urges Tajiri to give him a break. Tajiri ignores him and goes after him despite his request for mercy. Helms takes a few clumsy steps backwards but still manages to gain the advantage over Tajiri by thrusting his right leg forward with a kick to the sternum. Helms corrals Tajiri into his arms for a scoop slam but before he could slam him down into the entrance ramp’s cold hard steel, Tajiri breaks loose. Tajiri falls to his feet behind Helms but swings and misses with a kick. Helms dodges out of the way of Tajiri’s kick and retreats backs to the ring. Tajiri follows Helms and snags one of his legs before he could slide his whole body back into the ring. Tajiri tugs Helms out of the ring but finds one of Helms’ thumbs wedged into his eye. After his cheap shot, Helms quickly scurries back into the ring as Tajiri rubs his eye with the back of his hand trying to regain his vision. Helms inches his way back up to his feet in the ring before running off the ropes. Helms takes aim at Tajiri on the outside of the ring and knocks him for a loop with a baseball slide. Helms stands up after the move but finds the referee insisting that he let Tajiri get back into the ring. Helms bypasses the referee and grabs onto the top rope before rocketing himself out of the ring with a suicide plancha. Unfortunately for Helms, Tajiri regains enough of his vision in time to see Helms descending upon him from the inside of the ring. Tajiri shifts his body out of the way and crushes Helms’ midriff with a vicious kick. After feeling the brunt of Tajiri’s kick, Helms ends up on all fours as if he were about ready to puke into a bucket. Tajiri slips back into the ring and waits for Helms to get back in the ring so that he could finish the match once and for all. The ref starts to count Helms out…

At the count of 7, Helms hobbles up to his feet and uses the ropes to climb back onto the apron. Helms asks the ref to make Tajiri back away before getting back inside of the ring. Helms staggers back into the ring but falls to one knee still feeling the effects of Tajiri’s kick. Tajiri looms over Helms but receives an elbow to the stomach from Helms in the process. Helms grabs hold of Tajiri’s head and spins him around, looking to execute a neckbreaker. Helms drops down to the canvas but instead of planting Tajiri down with him like he should have, he ends up being hitting the canvas empty-handed. Tajiri managed to slip out of Helms’ grasp like a wet bar of soap by holding tightly to the top rope. Helms caresses the back of his head in agony as Tajiri pulls him up to a standing position. Tajiri anchors him over to the turnbuckle corner. Tajiri wrenches Helms’ arm before sending him to the opposite coast with an Irish whip. Helms crashes backfirst into the corner before Tajiri charges after him. However, before Tajiri can lay a hand on Helms, Helms hoists his boot right into Tajiri’s face. Helms switches position with Tajiri and lays into him with right hands. Helms hooks his arm and sends him careening to the opposite corner. Helms charges after him but is unable to react in time to Tajiri vaulting in the air. Tajiri hovers over Helms and lands on his feet as Helms collides with the turnbuckle pads. Tajiri grabs Helms’ hand but fails to Irish whip him back to the opposite corner again because Helms counters it. While midway across the ring, Helms counters the Irish whip and kicks Tajiri in the midsection. Instead of Irish whipping Tajiri to the corner, Helms decides to send him off of the ring ropes. Tajiri ducks under Helms’ clothesline and rearranges Helms’ face with his trademark handspring back elbow. Tajiri goes for a cover…


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Helms gets his shoulder up. Tajiri backs Helms into the corner before shooting him off to the opposite corner. Tajiri rushes after him but is hurled into the air by Helms with a back body as he reached the corner. But instead of crashing to the outside Tajiri manages to land on the apron. He nabs Helms by the head before ramming him into the turnbuckle. Tajiri slingshots himself back into the ring and pelts Helms’ in the corner with a spinning back elbow. Tajiri kicks Helms in the abdomen before firing him to the opposite corner with an Irish whip. Helms cranes his boot into the air hoping to thwart off Tajiri’s running attack but Tajiri stops himself and foils Helms’ plan. Tajiri holds onto Helms’ foot which forces him to hobble on one foot. However, since Helms is in the corner he is able to use the ropes to keep himself from falling. Helms uses his positioning to his advantage. He uses the ropes to steady himself and kicks Tajiri in the face with his free leg. Helms grabs Tajiri by his hair and tights and sends him barreling through the ropes to the outside.

Helms gathers his bearings on the inside of the ring before heading outside. Helms snatches Tajiri by the hair and bashes Tajiri’s face off the apron before rolling him back inside. Helms pulls Tajiri up and locks in an inverted facelock. Helms gestures for his finishing move, the Nightmare on Helms Street. Helms twists his body around looking to drop Tajiri with his high speed spinning headlock elbow drop but Tajiri counters it by transitioning into a waistlock. Tajiri rolls Helms up with the O’Connor roll and turns it into a pinning predicament…


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Helms kicks out. Tajiri runs off the ropes looking to continue the attack but runs right into a drop toe hold off the ropes by Helms. Helms rises up and sees Tajiri sprawled against the middle rope, a prime opportunity for a leapfrog body guillotine. Helms runs off the opposite side’s ropes and then runs full speed ahead at Tajiri before sandwiching Tajiri with the second rope with a body guillotine. Helms stays in this position, applying pressure to Tajiri’s throat against the rope. At the count of 5 he’s forced to break the hold by the referee. Helms has a huge grin on his face, satisfied to be in control of the match once again. Helms asks the crowd if they want to see him pull off the move again but does not receive a warm response. Helms pays no attention to the crowd’s boos and goes ahead and repeats the move a second time. After the move, Helms cockily circles the ring with his arms in the air as if he thought a spotlight was on him. The arena echos with boos because the crowd does not appreciate Helms’ piss-poor attitude.

Helms drags Tajiri back to the center of the ring with a handful of hair and acts as if he had just reeled in a fish and was showing it off. With Tajiri in this weakened state, Helms scrunches up his fist and simply punches him in the face with a straight right hand. Tajiri falls to the canvas and Helms hooks his leg with a lazy cover…


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Tajiri kicks out. Helms shrugs his shoulders as if it were no big deal and pulls Tajiri up to a vertical basis. Helms hooks Tajiri into an inverted facelock and gestures for the move he was unable to pull off earlier in the match, the Nightmare on Helms Street. Helms playfully wipes his forehead as if he had broken into a sweat before planting Tajiri into the canvas with the high speed spinning headlock elbow drop. Helms hooks Tajiri’s leg…


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Tajiri kicks out and Helms can’t believe it. Helms looks at the ref in shock as he claps his hands together thinking it had to have been a 3 count. Helms violently lifts Tajiri up and locks in a tight headlock. The recent nearfall has evidently riled Helms up. Helms roughly wrenches at Tajiri’s head, his mood turned sour. Helms crams his fingers into a ball and lays into Tajiri‘s head with a series of hard right hands. Helms liberates Tajiri from the headlock and runs off the ropes. Helms ascends into the air but overshoots Tajiri, missing his diving clothesline. Helms picks himself up but walks right into a boot from Tajiri to the gut. Tajiri pilots Helms over to the ropes and Irish whips him across the ring. Tajiri seeks a roundhouse kick but Helms skirts out of the way and bounces off the ropes again before knocking Tajiri down with a shoulder block. Helms changes direction and runs off the ropes to his right. Tajiri rolls over to his stomach but Helms easily hops over him. Helms rebounds off the ropes and ducks under a leap frog from Tajiri. Helms springs off the ropes again as Tajiri rolls backwards hoping to catch him off guard with a modified monkey flip. However, Helms sees it coming and intercepts Tajiri by pulling him up to his feet. Helms links hands with Tajiri and Irish whips him across the ring. Helms bends over in preparation for a back body drop but gets his face smattered by a kick from Tajiri. Helms lurches backwards from the kick but wards off a second kick from Tajiri. Helms slings Tajiri’s leg away and goes for a forearm strike but Tajiri reverses it into a backslide.

But Helms doesn’t allow Tajiri to take him down for the pin. Helms implements a counter of his own. Helms has Tajiri in position for an inverted double underhook mat slam but Tajiri slips out. Tajiri hitches onto Helms’ right arm and kicks him in the chest with a succession of roundhouse kicks. Tajiri goes for an Irish whip on Helms but Helms reverses it. Helms waits for Tajiri in the center of the ring so that he could execute a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Helms twirls Tajiri like a baton with the tilt-a-whirl but instead of slamming Tajiri over his knee, Helms is reversed by Tajiri and is tossed into the air with a jaw-dropping monkey flip.

Helms holds onto his lower back in pain from his awkward fall to the canvas after the monkey flip. Tajiri lifts Helms up and puts him in a front face lock. Tajiri grabs onto the side of Helms’ tights and carries him into the air looking for a brainbuster but Helms frees himself out of the move and lands back on his feet behind Tajiri. Helms drops down to the mat and pulls Tajiri with him with a school boy…


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Tajiri kicks out and crawls back to the ropes. Helms goes for another school boy but Tajiri latches onto the ropes to block it. Tajiri spins around and sits on top of Helms for a pinning combination…


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Helms heaves his legs and hooks Tajiri’s arm to reverse the pin with a roll-up of his own…


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Tajiri kicks out. Helms falls to his back exhausted, needing a momentary recess. Helms uses the ropes to pull himself back up and waits for Tajiri to stand back up. Helms seems to be buying his time as he waits for Tajiri to rise up. Tajiri staggers to his feet and turns around… Superkick!

But Tajiri goes for a kick of his own at the very same time. This results in an ill-fated moment for Helms as the point of Tajiri’s boot collides with Helms’ groin in an unintentional low blow. However, both Helms and Tajiri are laid out on the floor as Tajiri did not get by unscathed. Even though it happened at the very same time Tajiri kicked him where the sun don’t shine, Helms was still able to drive his boot into Tajiri’s jaw with the superkick. The ref decides not to disqualify Tajiri for the low blow because he concludes that it was done accidentally. Instead, the ref begins a countout.

At the count of 7 Helms stumbles up to his feet and confronts the ref over the low blow. The ref explains to Helms that he ruled the low blow an accident. This infuriates Helms as he continues to argue with the referee over the incident. Helms’ verbal dispute with the referee gives Tajiri a little extra time to get back up. When Tajiri finally does get back up he sees that Helms’ attention is diverted. Tajiri races after Helms and climbs on top of his back before locking in his signature submission move, the Tarantula. Helms bellows out in pain as his limbs get stretched by Tajiri’s hanging Boston crab. Tajiri releases the move before the count of 5 and lingers over Helms waiting for him to get back up to finish him off. Helms uses the corner turnbuckles to pick himself back up but backs right into Tajiri’s arms. Tajiri locks Helms in a full nelson and appears to be going for a dragon suplex. Helms shoves his left elbow backwards and it catches Tajiri in the face. Helms escapes and drops down to his knees. He takes Tajiri down with a fireman’s carry takeover and snares Tajiri’s right leg. Helms tows Tajiri to the center of the ring and twists Tajiri’s leg as if going for a spinning toe hold. But Tajiri finds a way out of it by using his free leg to thrust Helms forward into the ropes. Tajiri gets back up and strolls over to Helms. Tajiri secures him with a waistlock looking for a possible German suplex. But Helms utilizes a stand and switch and has Tajiri in his own version of a waistlock. Helms makes use of his remaining strength and sends Tajiri over his head into the canvas with a German suplex. But Helms doesn’t release his hold on Tajiri as he gets right back up and plants Tajiri with yet another one. Helms still isn’t through yet as he gets back up and launches Tajiri with a 3rd consecutive German suplex. However, the weight of the match has taken its toll on Helms’ body as he is unable to hold onto a bridge in order to get the pin over Tajiri. Helms has expensed all of his energy in that last German suplex as he is unable to continue the offense. Once again, the ref starts a double countout but Helms shows signs of life at the count of 4. Helms crawls at a snail’s pace over to where Tajiri is but finally drapes his arm over Tajiri for a cover.


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Tajiri gets his shoulder up. Helms dips his head in frustration. Helms digs into the last remnants of his energy supply and slowly staggers up to his feet. He looks down at Tajiri and then looks at the top rope. Helms seems to have a top rope move mapped in his head as he marches over to the nearest corner. Helms leaves the inside of the ring to get to the apron where he begins his ascent to the top rope. Helms makes it to the top rope and glares at Tajiri, urging him to get back up. When Tajiri finally finds his footing, Helms flies through the air with a diving crossbody. But Tajiri promptly reacts to Helms’ towering shadow and sidesteps out of the way. Tajiri watches as Helms crashes and burns into the canvas.

Helms ends up on his knees clutching the front of his body in misery; the ideal setup for Tajiri’s finishing move. Tajiri gets into his stance and slaps the mat with his hands before setting in motion for the Buzzsaw Kick. Tajiri swings his leg at Helms like a boomerang but Helms somehow finds the inner strength to escape the trajectory of Tajiri’s lethal kick. Helms shoves Tajiri towards the corner and strolls after him. Step-up enziguiri! Helms absolutely levels Tajiri with the kick. Tajiri slumps to his knees. Helms gets to a vertical basis but saunters away from Tajiri instead of towards him. Helms finds his target again and charges at Tajiri, using the newly acquired distance to pick up speed. Shining Wizard! Helms cracks Tajiri in the side of his head with his finishing move. Helms hooks Tajiri’s leg for the cover…


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Gregory Helms defeats Tajiri to become the new Cruiserweight Champion to the chagrin of the Smackdown fans. The grueling match appears to have drained the energy of both competitors. Helms can barely find enough energy to celebrate his victory as he sits up on the canvas in a visibly fatigued state. Tajiri is sprawled on the canvas blinking into the arena’s lights overhead, the effects of Helms’ Shining Wizard still raining down on him. Tajiri’s goal of recapturing Cruiserweight gold has been shattered by the hands of the newly crowned Cruiserweight Champion and winner of the match, Gregory Helms.

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