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Re: Legend Presents: WWE 2006 - Stop Your Grinnin' And Drop Your Linen
Judgment Day may be all about the World Heavyweight Championship, but as Friday Night SmackDown! rolls into San Diego, California this week, for four of the five men involved come May 21st; Phoenix, Arizona has never looked far away. For them, this week’s no doubt anarchic broadcast is personal, very personal.
Last week, in our main event, World Heavyweight Champion Edge secured a slightly easier night come Judgment Day as he pinned Batista, meaning that, as a result, “The Animal” must compete in a Fatal Four-Way Match along with Booker T, United States Champion Rey Mysterio, and the man he brawled with all through the arena last week, “The Fighting Irishman” Finlay. Whoever wins that match goes on to the main event to challenge for the World Title, but until then they must first settle some other issues. The first of which sees a WrestleMania Rematch, as, in the main event, Rey Mysterio puts his United States Title on the line for the very first time against the very man he took it from back on April 2nd, the erratic former champion, Booker T. Who will walk into Judgment Day intending to walk out the first man in the history of the WWE to hold both the United States and the World Heavyweight Championship?
In our second main event, made with Machiavellian glee by Shane McMahon last week, Batista finally gets his hands on the man who has been plaguing him for weeks on end. Since WrestleMania Finlay has cost The Animal one on one matches with Booker T and Bobby Lashley, as well as last week’s tag team main event, and numerous cheap shots in between. Though Batista tried his best to get his hands on the Irishman last week -- including a vicious Spinebuster on the hood of a car -- the veteran Finlay has always remained one step ahead. But this week, the No Disqualification, Anything Goes world of something called a BELFAST BRAWL, The Animal will have his chance at vengeance. For Finlay … Judgment Day … could come early.
The third main event sees two of the best tag teams in the world today try to put their differences aside before they join forces at Judgment Day. The Hooligans have never defeated MNM in a straight two on two tag team contest, a fact that has been eating away at Paul London & Brian Kendrick all year. This week we get to see these two great young teams get it on one more time, and one has to think that the WWE Tag Team Champions The Bluebloods and their partners for Judgment Day, The Basham Brothers, will be keeping a close eye on proceedings.
After Brent Albright’s unbelievable counter to Hardcore Holly last week, the young rookie has really caught the attention of many in the world of wrestling … Bob Holly in particular. This week, “The Shooter” is in action once again, looking to extend his winning streak to 6-0, but, perhaps more importantly, will he have a message for the man he embarrassed last week?
Another man with a message to give the world is the egomaniacal, narcissistic Mr. Kennedy, who has been asked not to come to the arena this week after his sinister beating of Funaki last week. Direct from his home in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the man who faces Matt Hardy at Judgment Day will address us all. What will the lugubrious loudmouth have to say for himself?
Also, watch out for the Cruiserweight Champion of the World, “The Pit-bull” Jamie Noble, who will be in action against James Dick. Wherever Noble goes, Kid Kash isn’t usually far behind. Will we witness another violent explosion between the two great enemies?
All this and more on Friday Night SmackDown!, 9/8CT on the CW
First Ever Belfast Brawl | Finlay vs. Batista
Brent Albright is in action
Non-Title | Jamie Noble vs. James Dick
The Hooligans vs. MNM
United States Championship | Rey Mysterio vs. Booker T
‘Born in the USA'
SmackDown will be posted tomorrow.