Re: WWE: A Strong Response
>A Hellacious end awaits. . . but for who?<
We learnt last night on Raw that The Big Show will be going one on one with his former Corporation team-mate, John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield in a Hell in a Cell match where the loser will leave the WWE forever.
After being chokeslammed through the announce table by Big Show last week, we discovered that Shane McMahon has sustained a serious injury that will see him lucky to walk by New Year. That’s what the remaining members of The Corporation said last night, and along with his father, Mr. McMahon, JBL swore revenge on the man they kicked out of The Corporation not so long ago. Show however is hell bent on getting his own retribution having been on the wrong end of another McMahon screw-job back at Unforgiven when he and his rookie, Justin Gabriel were controversially defeated in a handicap match.
Shane paid the price last week when he was slammed through the table during the triple threat tag team match to determine who would earn the final spot in the semi finals of the tournament to decide new World Tag Team Champions. Show hoever showed no remorse last night either and explained he wasn’t done with them just yet, adding it was just the beginning. He then issued a challenge to JBL, but it was no ordinary challenge. He challenged him to a Hell in a Cell match at the Survivor Series with the extra stipulation that if he was victorious over JBL, Mr. McMahon’s other son would have to leave his father’s company for good.
JBL agreed on the condition that Show accepted the same stipulation if he was to lose. The seven-foot plus monster wasted no time in accepting, meaning that these two men will go through hell and only one will live to tell the story.
>DiBiase to rise up against the Dead?<
It looks as if Ted DiBiase is finally going to get the chance to put his money where his incredibly mouth is, and as he finally found out after everyone else last night, he will indeed be going to the Survivor Series to take on Raw newcomer and a WWE legend in The Undertaker.
DiBiase has spoken in recent weeks how he is capable of filling the void left by John Cena after his switch to Smackdown, but in around six weeks he will come face to face with the man who replaced Cena, arguably the most feared superstar of all time. However despite tasting defeat in tag team action against Batista & Randy Orton, DiBiase and his rookie Ezekiel Jackson showed no fear and made a statement, showing no fear of The Undertaker when they attacked him after The Dead-Man’s match against Triple H. DiBiase took full advantage of Triple H’s sledgehammer lying there on the mat and used it to level the man he’ll meet at the Survivor Series.
Was it a smart move by DiBiase? Only time will tell.
>Daniels & Kaval March On!<
We saw the first semi final of the World Tag Team Championship tournament last night when JTG and his rookie, Homicide met the undefeated duo of Christopher Daniels & Kaval.
Both teams had yet to taste defeat and it was the impressive duo of Daniels & Kaval that came out on top to book their place in the final at the Survivor Series and a match against the winners of next second semi final between Matt Hardy & Gregory Helms and Rey Mysterio and his rookie, Mystico for the gold.
Mystico was in action against Hardy’s & Helms’ close friend, Shannon Moore last night and the Mexican newcomer earned himself a victory that he and his mentor will look to repeat next week when they collide with their friends for that all important shot at the tag team titles. They may all have shaken hands last night but will the competition be as friendly next Monday night when they battle it out for the right to take on Daniels & Kaval at the Survivor Series?