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Re: WWE: The Evolution Of Greed

~WWE NO WAY OUT~
February 18th 2007
American Airlines Arena; Miami, Florida




World Heavyweight Championship Match:
World Heavyweight Champion Batista vs. Mr. Kennedy

Heading into the Royal Rumble, Mr. Kennedy claimed it was his destiny to headline Wrestlemania. The self proclaimed "fastest rising star in Smackdown" history entered the Royal Rumble Match as entrant Number 2, but made light work of this predicament by lasting well over thirty minutes... that is until 'Nature Boy' Ric Flair entered the match. After Flair's shocking elimination of Kennedy, an even more shocking assault took place, as Kennedy sought immediate revenge on Flair, brutally attacking Flair and leaving the sixteen time World Champion a broken man. With Flair on Raw, it was left to Smackdown's World Heavyweight Champion Batista to defend the honour of his mentor. With Kennedy threatening both Teddy Long and Arn Anderson for a match at No Way Out with Flair, it was 'The Animal' who answered Kennedy's challenge, as Batista threatened to end any Wrestlemania dream Kennedy may have had. After earning a shot at the big gold belt, Kennedy is once again chasing his destiny of headlining Wrestlemania... but only if he can get past 'The Animal'. And what of the x-factor in the situation, the 2007 Royal Rumble Winner Edge? Since declaring he intended to challenge the World Heavyweight Champion, whomever it may be, at Wrestlemania, Edge has made his presence felt, first by interrupting Kennedy, then by spearing 'The Animal' last Friday night. With Edge feeling he has the power to choose his opponent, in essence handing Kennedy a victory, Teddy Long has BANNED Edge from the arena tonight. With security on high alert for the presence of 'The Rated-R Superstar', can Edge be stopped from making his presence felt? One man fights to chase his destiny, while the other fights to defend the honour of his mentor... but who will head to Wrestlemania as the World Heavyweight Champion?

Casket Match:
The Undertaker vs. King Booker

The first Smackdown episode of 2007 saw both King Booker and The Undertaker involved in a Fatal Four Way Match to determine the Number One Contender to Batista's World Heavyweight Championship. Finlay may have won that night, but it was 'The Deadman' who King Booker blamed for his defeat. During the match, Undertaker chokeslammed Booker through the announce desk, and since that moment Booker has been out for revenge. So much so that he stunned everyone by being one of the few men to openly call 'Taker out, challenging 'The Deadman' to a match. The Royal Rumble came, and still Booker waited for his chance to go one on one with 'Taker. That chance came briefly during the Royal Rumble Match, where it was Undertaker who eliminated King Booker, much to the chagrin of 'The Ruler of the Smackdown Kingdom'. Once more the challenges came, only for Teddy Long to award Undertaker another chance at becoming Number One Contender, this time in a match with Mr. Kennedy. Sensing a chance to make a statement, it was King Booker who cost Undi' the match, sending Kennedy to No Way Out and his match with Batista. Last Friday night on Smackdown, Booker finally got his wish, as Teddy Long announced Booker and Undertaker would indeed meet at No Way Out... in a match of The Undertaker's choosing! The mind games started as Booker was left to wait until 'The Deadman' announced his decision... and it came in typical Undertaker fashion, as during the main event of last Friday night's show, Booker was confronted by six druids... and a casket! Scared stiff, Booker tentatively opened the casket, only to be met by The Undertaker's hand around his throat! This Sunday, there will be nowhere to run to for King Booker, as he comes face to face with 'The Deadman'... realising he may have bitten off more than he can chew.

United States Championship Match:
United States Champion Chris Benoit vs. Finlay

When two of the toughest competitors on the Smackdown roster meet in the ring, you expect that eventually one man will back down. But when Finlay and Chris Benoit met during tag team action, the heavy hitting carried on long after the bell, with both men brawling their way backstage. Immediately the questions were asked as to who was the tougher man? Determined to find out the answer, Benoit called out Finlay for nothing short than a old fashioned brawl. The wily veteran Finlay though countered by saying the only way he would fight with Benoit was if the United States Championship was on the line. After agreeing to the title match, both men engaged in yet another arena brawl, with once more security needed to separate the two. The stakes were raised once again last Friday night on Smackdown, as Finlay struck Benoit with his shillelagh, costing Benoit his match with Mr. Kennedy. Once again though, Benoit wouldn't take Finlay's actions lightly, and this time the cameras where there to see the pair brawl around the backstage area. Tonight, the two meet in one on one action with the potential for the match to spin wildly out of control... and the possession of the United States Championship could be decided in chaotic fashion!

WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
WWE Tag Team Champions The Hooligans vs. La Resistance

Ever since Maryse showed up and declared one way or another she would lead a team to tag team gold, The Hooligans have been finding life as champions tough. After rejecting Maryse's initial offer of managing them, staying loyal to Ashley Massaro in the process, London and Kendrick have fought of challenges to their titles from both The Bluebloods and The Extremists. But now that Maryse has reunited La Resistance, the champions are in serious jeopardy of leaving No Way Out without the title they have held for the last nine months. With Dupree and Grenier focused on the gold, and the sultry Maryse using her feminine charms to cloud the judgment of the champion, will La Resistance continue their title winning ways of yesteryear on Raw here on Smackdown? Or can Ashley get her team focused once again on defending the gold?

Cruiserweight Championship Gauntlet Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms vs. Bryan Danielson vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Daivari vs. Funaki vs. Jamie Noble vs. Joey Mercury vs. Jimmy Wang Yang vs. Scotty-2-Hotty vs. Shannon Moore

Having held the Cruiserweight Championship for over a year and saw off all challengers put infront of him, Gregory Helms felt justified when he declared himself "The Greatest Cruiserweight in the World". Arrogantly challenging Teddy Long to provide him some competition, 2007 hasn't been quite as smooth as 2006 was for Helms. it started with Shannon Moore, coming over from ECW and defeating Helms in non title action, only to lose a title match the following week. Then there was Chavo Guerrero, prodded on by his Aunt Vickie to defend the Guerrero name, stating that he was re-entering the cruiserweight division. More cruiserweights emerged to take on Helms, with Joey Mercury and Daivari entering the scene. But perhaps the biggest challenge to Helms will be newcomer Bryan Danielson, making his WWE debut tonight! Danielson is a world renowned cruiserweight, with his large internet following aware of the damage this man is capable of. Helms got a small taste of that Friday night as Danielson arrived on Smackdown with a headbutt for the champion, before Helms was tossed back into a ring full off pissed off cruiserweights. After insulting and running down the entire division, Helms puts his title on the line in a gauntlet match tonight, where to become champion, survival is the task. Can Helms survive? Will Chavo restore pride to the Guerrero name? What kind of impact will Danielson have on his in-ring debut? And will we leave No Way Out with a new Cruiserweight Champion?

Fatal Four Way Match:
Winner will face the United States Champion at Wrestlemania XXIII

Kane vs. Matt Hardy vs. Montel Vontavious Porter vs. The Miz

Four men at differing stages of their careers, but men four men with a common hunger to head to Wrestlemania in search of that performance that could define their careers. The veteran of the match Kane, a man who made 2006 a living hell for MVP, only for the youngster to finally overcome him in a brutal Last Man Standing Match. MVP, a man who has always talked a good game, and is only recently starting to walk the walk. The Miz, a man ridiculed for this performances, but now with Michelle McCool in his corner, a man more focused, more determined to prove the naysayers wrong by earning his Wrestlemania moment. And then Matt Hardy, the man known best as a tag team specialist. On his own now, Hardy is determined to step out of the shadows of brother Jeff, and prove that 2007 can be his year. All four men want to go forth to Wrestlemania and challenge the United States Champion, whomever it may be, but to get their they'll have to overcome three men with similar ambitions. But only one man can grab the chance to create their Wrestlemania moment. Will experience see Kane through? Will youth prevail for MVP or Miz? Or will Matt Hardy finally show he can compete in the singles ranks?

Six Man Tag Team Match:
The Bluebloods vs. The Extremists

Nobility. Manners. Class. Never words you would associate with ECW alumni Tommy Dreamer, Sabu and The Sandman. And since the three arrived on Smackdown, William Regal has turned up his nose at the extreme trio. Having met in tag team and eight man action, Regal and Dave Taylor felt besmirched by the actions of The Extremists, vowing revenge. That revenge came in the fashion of Paul Burchill, reunited with Regal to storm the ring and deliver a vicious beating to all three Extremists members. After a match between Dreamer and Burchill on the last episode of Smackdown descended into chaos and a no contest, who knows what way this one could go? Can Sabu, Dreamer and Sandman prove they and their style of wrestling belongs on Friday nights? Or will the arrogance of Regal, Taylor and Burchill be justified as they prove class will always win out?

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Prediction Template:

World Heavyweight Championship Match:
World Heavyweight Champion Batista vs. Mr. Kennedy

Casket Match:
The Undertaker vs. King Booker

United States Championship Match:
United States Champion Chris Benoit vs. Finlay

WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
WWE Tag Team Champions The Hooligans vs. La Resistance

Cruiserweight Championship Gauntlet Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms vs. Bryan Danielson vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Daivari vs. Funaki vs. Jamie Noble vs. Joey Mercury vs. Jimmy Wang Yang vs. Scotty-2-Hotty vs. Shannon Moore

Fatal Four Way Match:
Winner will face the United States Champion at Wrestlemania XXIII

Kane vs. Matt Hardy vs. Montel Vontavious Porter vs. The Miz

Six Man Tag Team Match:
The Bluebloods vs. The Extremists


Bonus Points:
What will be the match order?
How many championships will change hands?
Who will take the fall in the Fatal Four Way Match?
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who?
What will be the longest match?
What will be the shortest match?
Who will last the longest during the Cruiserweight Championship Gauntlet Match?
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be?
Will Edge find a way inside the building?



Um, so yeah. Some predictions would be mega. Show will be in FULL and posted at some point over the weekend. Sunday night imo. Maybe Monday night. There's one more news, bits and rumours post to make before then. Saturday afternoon maybe? I dunno. But yeah, for now, predictions plz. Gogogo! <3


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