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Re: JBWinner Presents: WWE 2006 - The Future is Here

Thanks for the kind words, guys. I'm a little bit skeptical of some of the shows that I'll be posting, but that's what you're all for and what feedback is for. Without further ado, let's start this baby off.


Originally Posted by WWE.COM

As we all witnessed last night, Trish Stratus was involved in the Triple Threat Women's Championship Match in which she defended the title against the likes of Mickie James and Victoria. Trish not only lost her Women's Title, but WWE.COM has learned that Trish Stratus suffered a concussion unfortunately during the match's conclusion. The concussion was apparently, according to Stratus was induced when Mickie James landed the Mick Kick on her temple. The concussion was a Grade 2 concussion, as determined by doctors at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in nearby Park Ridge, Illinois, ruling Stratus out from competition as a precautionary measure for a few weeks at most. After losing the title and finding this info out, the former Women's Champion could not be reached for comment.
Originally Posted by Wrestling Observer Newsletter
Trish Stratus did indeed suffer a concussion last night at WrestleMania, and was a legitimate injury after Mickie James kicked her in the head. James was very much distraught after finding the news out, and the WWE may or may not generate some sort of angle with this going along in the future with this feud that they have been running. While Stratus' injury is a concussion, and not normally something that would mean this long of an absence, the WWE is taking extra steps to ensure the health and well-being of their talent after the Guerrero incident last November. The plan was to have Mickie and Trish face one another at Backlash, but with Trish sidelined, the plan now will most likely be to hold off on it as Stratus is on this medical leave, and to pick up the program in the summer.

Watch out for some new talent to arrive on the scene on both Raw and SmackDown over the course of the next month. Ken Doane and Matt Striker may be making their appearances on the main roster on Monday Night Raw in the next few weeks, as early as tonight in Rosemont, while world-renowned competitor CM Punk and recently signed Monty Brown, known from TNA Wrestling fame, may also be appearing. Brown requested his release two months ago in February, frustrated with TNA in contract negotiatons on an extension coming up, and nearly two weeks after that, Brown was signed by World Wrestling Entertainment, if you recall. Brown underwent surgery last month as it is well known, and has made a much faster recovery than anticipated, so expect to see him arrive on SmackDown within the month of April.

(I know this didn't actually happen, but I hope that this still goes over well. )

Twenty-four hours ago at the Allstate Arena, history was made, and lives were changed forever as possibly the greatest WrestleMania of all-time occurred. Twenty-four hours later, Monday Night Raw will come to you from the site of this epic spectacle, Rosemont, Illinois, as a multitude of happenings will occur this evening in front of what should be an incredible fan frenzy.

There may no longer be any doubt or questioning in the current WWE Champion's ability after last night's event. Edge, The Rated R Superstar, The Ultimate Opportunist, but more importantly now, the Champion, competed in a memorable contest against the accomplished Olympian, Kurt Angle, and walked out victorious after cutting Angle in half with a Spear, the 3rd of the match. Edge will address a sold out crowd in the main event slot of tonight's show, and with much ado about his match, his future as champion, and what's to come for the likes of Kurt Angle and the rest of the contenders for the WWE Championship, 'The Rated R Supersta will have a lot to discuss.

Speaking of a lot to discuss, the controversy surrounding the epic encounter between John Cena and Ric Flair has been running rampant since last night. As we all well know, Ric Flair asked for a handshake, but The Franchise refused to accept it and walked out of the ring to a both stunned, and annoyed crowd as Cena's antics as of late having been making any friends. The Doctor of Thuganomics is also scheduled to address the Rosemont crowd at the top of the 10 o'clock hour, and an appearance by The Nature Boy may not be too far behind.

It was one of the greatest matches in WWE history, and Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker were a part of it. While Michaels could not put a blemish on the pristine record of The Phenom, The Heartbreak Kid lived to tell about it. Michaels will discuss this classic match at some point during the show we have been told, but an appearance in the ring for Michaels is in question after nearly going 25 minutes in the ring just a night before.

No shortage of action here tonight however. The World's Greatest Tag Team, fresh off their victory against the WWE Tag Team Champions, MNM, will put their World Tag Team Championships on the line against The Heart Throbs. In a Money in the Bank Rewind Match from last night, Carlito will take on Mr. Monday Night, Rob Van Dam, and Gregory Helms will also be in action and, finally, The Big Show will be taking on Redneck Wrecking Crew member Lance Cade.

All of this and plenty more on Monday Night Raw at 9/8 CT on the USA Network.

Confirmed Matches:

World Tag Team Championships Match | The World's Greatest Tag Team vs. The Heart Throbs

Money in the Bank Rewind Match | Rob Van Dam vs. Carlito

The Big Show vs. Lance Cade

Gregory Helms in Action


'The Aftermath, Part One'


Raw will be posted Saturday.

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