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Melvisboy's WWE: The Comeback

Melvisboy’s WWE: The Comeback

This is my second BTB. My last one ended with the last post on the 29th June, 2008. Nearly 18 months I’ve been gone now, I’m very glad I’m back, and I can’t wait to get going again! This BTB starts after Survivor Series 2009. Here are the rosters:


Main Eventers
The All-American American Jack Swagger
John Cena
The Viper Randy Orton
The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels
The Game Triple H

Upper Mid-Carders
The Mexican Warrior Chavo Guerrero
Cody Rhodes
Evan Bourne
Kofi Kingston
The World's Strongest Man Mark Henry
The Celtic Warrior Sheamus
Ted DiBiase
The Awesome One The Miz

Lower Mid-Carders
The Masterpiece Chris Masters
The Pit Bull Jamie Noble
Sweet 'n' Sour Larry Sweeney
Paul London
Santino Marella

The Motor Machine Chuck Palumbo
Lance Cade
Robbie McAllister
Rory McAllister

Alicia Fox
Brie Bella
Gail Kim
Kelly Kelly
The Sultry Diva Maryse
Nikki Bella

Tag Teams/Stables/Alliances
D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels and Triple H)
Legacy (Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase and Randy Orton)
The Colons (Carlito and Primo)
The Highlanders (Robbie and Rory McAllister)
The World’s Strongest Tag Team (MVP and Mark Henry)
Sweet 'n' Sour Incorporated (Larry Sweeney, Evan Bourne, Brie Bella and Nikki Bella)

WWE Champion: Jack Swagger
United States Champion: Evan Bourne
Diva’s Champion: Melina
WWE Unified Tag Team Champions: Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase

Raw General Manager: Shane McMahon
Play-By-Play: Michael Cole
Colour: Jerry “The King” Lawler
Ring Announcer: Justin Roberts
Backstage Interviewer: Josh Matthews


Main Eventers
Captain Charisma Christian
The Ripper Paul Burchill
The Gold Standard Shelton Benjamin
The Long Island Legend Zack Ryder

Upper Mid-Carders
Brutus Magnus
Ezekiel Jackson
Gregory Helms
The Man Beast Rhyno
Yoshi Tatsu
William Regal

Lower Mid-Carders
The Mastodon Big Daddy V
The Bizarre One Goldust
The Moscow Mauler Vladimir Kozlov

Tyler Reks
Vance Archer

Katie Lea Burchill
Rosa Mendes

Tag Teams/Stables
Big Daddy V and Abraham Washington
Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase
Paul Burchill and Brutus Magnus
Rhyno and Manu
The Burchills (Paul and Katie Lea Burchill)
The Helmsu Connection (Gregory Helms and Yoshi Tatsu)
William Regal and Vladimir Kozlov

ECW Champion: Christian
WWE Unified Tag Team Champions: Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase

ECW General Manager: Abraham Washington
ECW Assistant General Manager: Tony Atlas
Play-By-Play: Todd Grisham
Colour: Byron Saxton
Ring Announcer: Lauren Mayhew
Backstage Interviewer: Savannah


Main Eventers
The Animal Batista
The World's Largest Athlete Big Show
Chris Jericho
The Straight Edge Messiah CM Punk
The Rated R Superstar Edge
The Ultimate Underdog Rey Mysterio
The Phenom The Undertaker*

Upper Mid-Carders
David Hart Smith
Dolph Ziggler
The Fighting Irishman Finlay
The Shaman of Sexy John Morrison
The Big Red Machine Kane
Matt Hardy
The California Kid The Brian Kendrick
The Punjabi Playboy The Great Khali
Tyson Kidd

Lower Mid-Carders
Charlie Haas
The Chosen One Drew McIntyre
Jimmy Wang Yang
Mike Knox*
Shannon Moore
The Insane Luchador Super Crazy

Eric Escobar
Kung Fu Naki
Slam Master J

The Glamazon Beth Phoenix
Eve Torres
Michelle McCool
Mickie James

Tag Teams/Stables/Alliances
Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase
Cryme Tyme (Shad, JTG and Eve Torres)
Jimmy Wang Yang and Shannon Moore
The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh
The Hart Dynasty (David Hart Smith, Tyson Kidd and Natalya)

World Heavyweight Champion: Chris Jericho
Intercontinental Champion: John Morrison
Women’s Champion: Michelle McCool
WWE Unified Tag Team Champions: Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase

Other Talent
SmackDown General Manager: Theodore Long
Play-By-Play: Jim Ross
Colour: Matt Striker
Ring Announcer: Tony Chimel
Backstage Interviewer: Josh Matthews


Alex Riley
Big E Langston
Bo Rotundo
Brett DiBiase
Bryan Danielson
Cable Jones
Caylen Croft
Conrad Tanner
Curt Hawkins
Darren Young
David Otunga
Derrick Bateman
Donny Marlow
Dos Caras Jr
Duke Rotundo
Eli Cottonwood
Heath Slater
Jackson Andrews
Jimmy Uso
Joe Hennig
Joey Uso
Johnny Curtis
Johnny Prime
Justin Angel
Michael Tarver
Percy Watson
Richie Steamboat
Skip Sheffield
Tito Colon
Titus O’Neill
Trent Barreta
Wade Barrett
Wes Brisco

AJ Lee
Courtney Taylor
Naomi Night
Penny Cash
Serena Deeb
Tamina Snuka

Tag Teams/Stables/Alliances
The Dudebusters (Caylen Croft and Trent Barreta)
The Rotundos (Bo and Duke Rotundo)
The South Beach Party Boys (Darren Young and Percy Watson)
The Usos (Jimmy and Joey Uso)

FCW Heavyweight Champion: Justin Angel
FCW Tag Team Champions: The Dudebusters
Queen of FCW: Serena


Pay-Per-View Schedule
Armageddon: 27th December 2009 | Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
ECW Invades: Saturday Night’s Main Event: 16th January 2010 | Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Royal Rumble: 31st January 2010 | Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
No Way Out: 21st February 2010 | Key Arena, Seattle, Washington
Saturday Night’s Main Event: 13th March 2010 | ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California (in aid of the American Cancer Society)
Wrestlemania XXVI: 28th March 2010 | University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Backlash: 25th April 2010 | Fargodome, Fargo, North Dakota
Judgment Day: 23rd May 2010 | Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Night of Champions: 27th June 2010 | The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan
King of the Ring: 25th July 2010 | United Center, Chicago, Illinois
Summerslam: 29th August 2010 | Rogers Center, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Unforgiven: 26th September 2010 | Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky
No Mercy: 31st October 2010 | Amway Arena, Orlando, Florida
Survivor Series: 28th November 2010 | Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Armageddon: 26th December 2010 | Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, North Carolina
Royal Rumble: 23rd January 2011 | Conseco Fieldhouse, Indiana, Indianapolis
No Way Out: 20th February 2011 | Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, New York

Special Raw Episodes
The 2010 Draft Special: 21st June 2010
Raw Roulette: 13th September 2010
The Slammy Awards: 27th December 2010

Breakout Booker Of 2010
Most Underrated Booker Of 2010 (Joint with Shock)
Best Used Character Of 2010 - CM Punk


Spoiler for Original Post Notes and Survivor Series 2009 Results:

The Guest Host idea has been quietly ended, and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has appointed his son, Shane McMahon, to be the new Raw General Manager.

Vince has also re-instated uni-brand pay-per-views – the first of these will be the Raw-only Armageddon on December 27th. There will be no ECW pay-per-views. More information on the future of ECW will be spoken about by Tiffany on the next edition of ECW.

Speaking of pay-per-views, the company have reverted the names of the pay-per-views to their original names, like No Mercy and Unforgiven, instead of gimmick pay-per-views such as Breaking Point and Hell in a Cell.

There are various superstars back on the rosters for the sake of just making the rosters bigger, and hence, more chances for feuds. Chuck Palumbo, Lance Cade, Paul London, The Highlanders, Big Daddy V, Manu, Nunzio, Shannon Moore, Super Crazy, and The Brian Kendrick all return.

WWE Superstars, the fourth show, has been removed – with the re-instating of uni-brand pay-per-views and bigger rosters, Vince has decided there is enough opportunity for decent feuds to develop without the need for a fourth show.

Paul Burchill hasn’t left ECW. Same with Katie Lea. Jamie Noble hasn’t retired and left Raw after Sheamus’ attack, instead he just took a week or two off.

Big Show and Eve Torres are both on SmackDown, not Raw.

Edge is injured.

No Luke Gallows, he’s been released.


WWE Survivor Series 2009

WWE Championship
John Cena (c) bts. Triple H and Shawn Michaels

Cena pulled out a great win against both members of D-Generation X, who held nothing back, even when faced with their tag team partners. After Michaels took down the Game with his patented Flying Forearm, he went up top, and attempted his Elbow Drop, but Cena appeared from nowhere to catch HBK, and drop him with the Attitude Adjustment onto the stationary Triple H. Cena then covered the Cerebral Assassin to retain the coveted WWE Championship.

World Heavyweight Championship
Big Show bts. Undertaker (c) and Chris Jericho

In a stunning turn of events, the World’s Largest Athlete claimed the World Heavyweight Championship, beating the Deadman, the Undertaker, and Show’s own partner, Chris Jericho. Throughout the match, the WWE Unified Tag Team Champions double-teamed the Undertaker, who fought back valiantly, dropping Show with a mighty DDT before flinging Jericho from the ring, and into the Raw announce table. However, Show recovered and began to dominate the Phenom, eventually connecting with the vicious Knockout Punch, completely knocking the Undertaker out cold. Jericho got back in the ring, and the members of Jerishow argued, presumably about who got to pin the Undertaker for the title. Before long, however, Show grew impatient with Jericho’s ranting, and stunned the world and Jericho by clocking him with the Knockout Punch too, knocking his cocky partner unconscious, and covering him for the win.

Batista bts. Rey Mysterio

Rey Mysterio tried his very hardest at first to avoid fighting his friend, the Animal, but eventually he was left with no choice but to defend himself against the raging Batista. However, he could not stop his former partner from taking the match – Mysterio hit the 619, but the Animal stayed on his feet, though dazed, and caught the Ultimate Underdog in mid-air during his follow-up attack, and brought him down to earth with a Batista Bomb, leading to a winning cover.

Team Kingston (Kofi Kingston, MVP, Mark Henry, R-Truth and Christian) bt. Team Orton (Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, CM Punk, and William Regal)

Kofi Kingston’s team nearly secured a shut-out of their opposition last night, but a historic moment was denied of them by Randy Orton. Christian dropped William Regal with the Killswitch within a minute of the match starting, eliminating him quickly, and Kofi Kingston pinned CM Punk for the three count after the Trouble In Paradise connected to the Straightedge Superstar. MVP eliminated Cody Rhodes after the Drive-By Kick, and his partner, Mark Henry, saw off Ted DiBiase following a World’s Strongest Slam. Orton, in the ring for the first time that evening, hit separate RKOs to R-Truth and Christian within the next two minutes, eliminating both men in the process. However, Orton couldn’t pull off a mighty comeback, for as he tried to hit Mark Henry with the RKO, the World’s Strongest Man pulled off a stunning move, using Orton’s own momentum in a spontaneous World’s Strongest Slam, before tagging in Kofi Kingston, who scaled the turnbuckle, and hit a spectacular Boom Drop to win the match.

Team Miz (The Miz, Drew McIntyre, Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger) bt. Team Morrison (John Morrison, Matt Hardy, Evan Bourne, Shelton Benjamin and Finlay)

The Miz and his team of cocky superstars won the day last night at Survivor Series, with Jack Swagger shining in the match, with three eliminations to his name. The first elimination came when Drew McIntyre fell victim to a Twist of Fate from Matt Hardy, and the second came moments later, as Hardy took a Gutwrench Powerbomb from Swagger, and soon found himself out of the match. Many minutes and many tags later, Swagger found himself in the ring again, with Shelton Benjamin as his opponent. Swagger got the best of the Gold Standard, and Suplexed him into the turnbuckle, leaving him motionless – Swagger pinned the ECW man to eliminate him. Only a minute later, the WWE Universe saw a match-up everyone was anticipating – the young Celtic Warrior, Sheamus, against the experience of the Belfast Brawler, Finlay. In the battle of the Irishmen, which lasted a few minutes, Sheamus prevailed in a surprising outcome, connecting with a Bicycle Kick to Finlay, and covering him for three. Soon after, Dolph Ziggler was eliminated by Intercontinental Champion John Morrison via the Starship Pain, and seconds later, the Miz scored a second pinfall on his former partner in as many pay-per-views, connecting with the Reality Check before securing the pinfall. Evan Bourne then made his way into the action, and claimed a huge scalp, hitting the Air Bourne to The Miz to eliminate the Captain of the opposing team. Jack Swagger fought with Bourne briefly, before Bourne missed the Air Bourne, Swagger rolling out of the way, and the All-American American ended the match by hitting the Gutwrench Powerbomb to Bourne.

Team Mickie (Mickie James, Eve Torres, Kelly Kelly, Melina and Gail Kim) bt. Team Michelle (Michelle McCool, Jillian Hall, Beth Phoenix, Layla and Alicia Fox)

Mickie James’ team were the winners in the Diva Survivor Series Match, with the Captain herself drilling Women’s Champion Michelle McCool with her patented Mickie-DT to finish the match as Sole Survivor.

Last edited by Melvis; 02-06-2011 at 01:35 PM.
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