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Old 12-20-2007, 05:01 PM   #1081 (permalink)
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I think I recall you mentioning on MSN you wanted to do a big recap, so I'm all for that. I lost interest in what was going on this BTB, so the recap gives me a new starting spot.
I'd be amazed if anyone could have remembered everything that was going on (including me and Kane01, as I had to read through some of his shows to work out when the title changes actually happened)

Recap is up now... if anyone has some spare time and fancies some good reading material, I recommend Survivor Series, Wrestlemania and Taboo Tuesday to you (all are great ppv's), and if you have a bit extra, throw in Unforgiven, No Mercy at the Royal Rumble as well.

Taboo Tuesday is full of **** matches, Wrestlemania is just a brilliant ppv, and I think Wolfy said it was his favourite ppv that he's ever read, while Survivor Series has my favourite match (and it's not the one you think, although Jericho vs. HBK does have the greatest storyline with the amount of twists that could have happened in the match)

You see... I've still got the ability to randomnly hype up my own thread (and by the way, I think the up coming Summerslam ppv is good enough to rival them), but inform some of the newer (and those who had forgotten (and those who don't know quite how many brackets you can get in a single post)) what my booking was like... just to throw my name out there (I've got some end of year awards to win...)

Lead up to Vengeance to be posted tomorrow, along with the Vengeance card (although if you read back you'll probably find part of it already posted)
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Old 12-21-2007, 04:27 PM   #1082 (permalink)
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Build up to Vengeance

June 19th saw a special 3 hour Raw, created for 3 reasons – to give Vengeance an extra hour of TV time to build it up, as it would only have had 2 weeks, to boost the ratings and to make the John Cena/Eric Bischoff storyline come to a proper conclusion.

The main event was the steel cage match between John Cena and Eric Bischoff, which ended with John Cena destroying Eric Bischoff and barely allowing him to get a shot in. The match ended after Cena FUed Bischoff off the top rope, but not before he had busted him open on the cage.

After the match, Vince McMahon came down and announced that ERIC BISCHOFF WAS FIRED!!! The show ended with Cena giving Eric another FU, and then Vince McMahon slapping him to end his reign as Raw GM

Also on the show we found out it would be MNM vs. Christian/Tyson Tomko to the tag team titles at Vengeance. MNM def. CM Punk and Rey Mysterio when Kurt Angle interfered and hit Joey Mercury to DQ Punk and Mysterio, before leaving the ring, once again leaving Rey Mysterio bemused by his strange behaviour.

Christian and Tyson Tomko kicked off the show by beating D-Generation X, although they did have an assist from a John Cena steel chair shot, getting some revenge on DX for the times that he has been screwed by them.

Later in the show Christian was back out, hosting the Peep Show with JBL, his opponent for the WWE Title at Vengeance as the guest. After Booker T, and then CM Punk all made appearances, a 6 man tag between Christian, Tyson Tomko and CM Punk against JBL, Booker T and Umaga was set up, and ended when JBL pinned Christian with the Clothesline From Hell, giving him all the momentum going into Vengeance

Rey Mysterio also made another appearance on the show, coming back out afterwards to call out Kurt Angle about all his strange behaviour, such as wanting a rematch with Rey, and then when he comes to Raw, avoiding the match at all costs. Angle says he doesn’t have to explain anything about his actions, but tells Rey that he doesn’t want him to have any excuses when he beats him at Vengeance. Rey calls Angle down to the ring to do this now, but Angle says he has been told by Eric Bischoff that he cannot do that as it would breach his contract. He then says though that he is ready for violence at Vengeance... which Rey counters with by telling Angle that Vince made the match a Last Man Standing match. Angle’s response is to walk backstage straight away, as his strange behaviour continues.

Also on the show, Gregory Helms defeated Matt Hardy to get a shot at the Intercontinental Title at Vengeance, leading to Shannon Moore telling Matt that he has his backup at Vengeance, as the way he has been going the last couple of weeks he probably will need it.

DX decided that 3 hours meant more time for them to mess around on the show, as they cut a 15 minute promo which basically had no point other than to put down everyone else, but in a comical fashion. They ended the promo by bringing out a fake Undertaker and beat the hell out of him until the real Undertaker showed up, leading to DX escaping to the announce table, and declaring they were going to commentate on his match against The Coach, which Taker won very easily

Hardcore Holly announced that he could beat Umaga, and challenged him to make their Vengeance match a street fight, Trish Stratus defeated Shelley Martinez to retain the women’s title, MNM had a promo where they declared that every should forgot about the Z-listers such as the Charisma productions, and start paying attention to them, leading to Maria challenging Melina to a match at Vengeance

And throughout the show, Vince McMahon took the piss out of everyone he could, making strange matches such as Taker vs. Coach.


Vengeance Card

WWE Title
Christian (C) vs. John Bradshaw Layfield

Intercontinental Title
Matt Hardy (C) vs. Gregory Helms

WWE Tag Team Titles
MNM vs. Christian/Tyson Tomko

Women’s Title
Trish Stratus (C), Britney Stratus and Alexis Laree vs. Shelley Martinez, Candice Michelle and Angel Williams

Last Man Standing Match
Kurt Angle vs. Rey Mysterio

Street Fight
Umaga vs. Hardcore Holly

D-Generation X vs. John Cena and The Undertaker

CM Punk vs. Booker T

Melina vs. Maria

Vengeance results, as well as the build up to the Great American Bash will be posted in the next update, either tomorrow or on Sunday
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Maria vs Melina

Rest of the card looks solid, Trish ftw thanks. Two stip matches = ratings. I'll be checking in again when it goes up to leave comments.
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Rest of the card looks solid, Trish ftw thanks. Two stip matches = ratings. I'll be checking in again when it goes up to leave comments.
It's only there as a filler 'match' - just to give more exposure to Christian and his crew

Vengeance 2006

Christian/Tyson Tomko def. MNM to become the new WWE Tag Team Champions when Christian nailed the Unprettier to Johnny Nitro, and Tyson Tomko hit the Big Boot to Mercury to knock him out of the way. JBL had attempted to interfere earlier in the match, but was hit around the head with the WWE Title by Christian, getting revenge for Raw. Christian and Tomko left with their newly won titles, as it has been a good night so far for Christian and his crew.

Umaga def. Hardcore Holly in the street fight after a Samoan Spike, after dominating Holly for the majority of the match, shown by when Holly nailed him with a steel chair, he didn’t even fall back and seemed to be unaffected by it. Holly was slammed through a table, before the Samoan Spike finished off the match

CM Punk def. Booker T after nailing him with the Shining Wizard in a short, hard fought match to continue his good run as a singles star, after earlier getting a foot on the rope after a Book-end.

John Cena/The Undertaker def. D-Generation X when John Cena nailed HHH with the FU and pinned him, getting back the win that they should have had at King of the Ring. DX dominated the first part of the match, but they couldn’t get the win. The match ended with Taker and Cena dominating DX, after HBK accidentally hit HHH with the Sweet Chin Music. He got an FU from Cena, and then Taker hit him with a chokeslam. HHH then stumbled up but got Tombstoned, and then Cena FUed him to give the faces the win

Maria def. Melina when she rolled her to cause a huge upset. Melina was acting incredibly cocky throughout the match, almost toying with Maria, but Maria rolled her up from behind when she wasn’t looking and grabbed the tights to get the win, getting one of the best reactions from the crowd all night.

Matt Hardy def. Gregory Helms to retain the Intercontinental Title after rolling through a pin attempt from Helms. Hardy had struggled throughout the match, and had barely managed to get in any offence in the match, despite Shannon Moore cheering him on at ringside. Eventually though, Hardy managed to roll through a pin attempt, and hooked the legs long enough to get the win and upset Helms.

Rey Mysterio def. Kurt Angle in the Last Man Standing match in bizarre circumstances, when Angle’s knee gave way midway through an attempt top rope Angle Slam. Angle appeared to have seriously injured his knee, giving Rey the win, although this was clearly not how the match was supposed to end. Earlier in the match we had seen a 619 around the ring post to Angle, and Rey had also gone through the announce table after Angle moved at the last second when Rey leapt from the top rope. Angle was on the verge of winning the match when his knee gave out, and physically couldn’t stand up, giving Rey the win.

Trish Stratus, Britney Stratus and Alexis Laree def. Candice Michelle, Angel Williams and Shelley Martinez to retain the Women’s Title when Trish nailed the Chick Kick to Candice, which was enough to get the 3 count. Britney had done the job of protecting her sister earlier in the match to ensure that she wouldn’t lose the title. After the match though, Alexis Laree turned face by knocking Trish down.

Christian def. JBL to retain the WWE Title, nailing him with the Unprettier after kicking out of the Clothesline for Hell. JBL appeared to start the match in a worse state after being hit with the title earlier tonight, but got revenge when he attacked Christian backstage just before the match was about to begin. Christian was therefore on the defensive at the start of the match, and JBL looked to be cruising towards regaining his title. JBL thought he had the win with a Powerbomb but Christian kicked out, and then managed to fight back. He hit the reverse ddt onto the title belt, which JBL brought into the ring. Then, he kicked out of the CFH, but as JBL went for a second, Christian ducked it and hit the Unprettier to retain the title.

Christian and Tyson Tomko def. MNM to become the new WWE Tag Team Titles at 8:29
Umaga def. Hardcore Holly in a street fight at 4:58
CM Punk def. Booker T at 5:20
John Cena /The Undertaker def. D-Generation X at 26:01
Maria def. Melina at 4:38
Matt Hardy def. Gregory Helms to retain the Intercontinental Title at 10:00
Rey Mysterio def. Kurt Angle in the Last Man Standing match at 17:20
Trish Stratus, Britney Stratus and Alexis Laree def. Candice Michelle, Angel Williams and Shelley Martinez to retain the Women’s Title at 5:01
Christian def. JBL to retain the WWE Title at 16:30


Lead up to Great American Bash

Batista was the new World Heavyweight Champion, and began his second reign by declaring that this reign was not going to end at the Great American Bash like his last one did. Mr. Kennedy, now calling himself King Kennedy as a result of winning the King of the Ring tournament would be his opponent, and he continued his run of success, but whenever he was in the ring with Batista he seemed to be dominated, and didn’t look to have much of a chance of winning the title. He did talk about how the underdog often wins, and told Batista that this would be one of those occasions. And then he proved it by pinning Batista on the Smackdown before GAB in a tag team match, as the show went off the air with Mr. Kennedy actually looking like he could take the title off Batista

Another reign could come to an end on Smackdown, that being the reign of Mick Foley as the General Manager. After turning down a request from Edge to make him the number 1 contender, Edge told Foley he would pay for his mistake. And so he did, as later on that show, Edge attacked Mick Foley with the help of his long term enemy Randy Orton, putting Mick Foley on the shelf and leaving Smackdown without a general manager it seemed, and the career of Foley possibly over.

As expected, the Rock stepped up to defend Mick Foley and told Edge and Orton that last week they made the biggest mistakes off their lives, as they now have the Rock to deal with. The Rock told Orton that he would see him at the Great American Bash after challenging him to a match, which was accepted when it became a No Holds Barred match. Unfortunately for the Rock, the threat of Edge and Orton often proved too much for him, and he would enter the ppv less than 100%

Edge meanwhile felt he was entering the ppv at his best, when he would be involved in a triple threat match for the number 1 contendership. He interrupted a battle royal to find who this would be, when he attacked the last 2 men, Rob Van Dam and AJ Styles. It was announced that the 3 would face off in a triple threat at GAB with the winner going to Summerslam, which Edge assured would be him.

XXX continued their rivalry with Paul Burchill and William Regal, and the Englishmen became the number 1 contenders to the titles, often beating them in singles matches, and so it looked as if they had their number.

Shelton Benjamin’s rise on Smackdown continued when he defeated Carlito in a non-title match, which then allowed him to get a title shot for the US title at GAB. He announced that since he moved to Smackdown their simply isn’t any stopping him, and he will soon show that to Carlito. Carlito simply spat in the face of Shelton as a response.

Also announced for the Great American Bash would be Big Show vs. Kane after their rivalry continued throughout the month, while Paul London would have to take on Chris Masters, after the Masterpiece targeted the Cruiserweight Champion, saying that the cruiserweights were taking his spot on Smackdown and Rowdy Roddy Piper made a surprise appearance on Smackdown to announce their would be a Special Pipers Pit at the ppv

Brock Lesnar also disappeared from Smackdown and wasn’t seen on any shows leading up to the GAB, but videos were produced promoting his return at this event, but no-one knew for sure whether he would turn up.


Great American Bash Card

World Heavyweight Title
Batista (C) vs. Mr. Kennedy

United States Title
Carlito (C) vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Titles
XXX (C) vs. William Regal and Paul Burchill

No Holds Barred
The Rock vs. Randy Orton

Number 1 Contenders Match
Edge vs. Rob Van Dam vs. AJ Styles

Kane vs. The Big Show

Paul London vs. Chris Masters

Piper’s Pit with a special guest


Great American Bash results, and then the lead up to Summerslam will be posted tomorrow
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Hmm Christian Coalition is taking over RAW, while DX/Cena/Taker are lingering away from where they should be imo. Interesting to see where all that leads.

As for GAB, it's pretty obvious that Lesnar will be the guest on Piper's Pit I think.
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Christian in two title matches in one night? Weird. That makes JBL look extremely weak so I'm not liking that. I like the fact that Hardcore Holly got completely jobbed out to Umaga and Umaga should get pushed now. Punk/Booker is a very interesting feud nice to see Punk get the win and it should be a great grudge match. A very big match in midcard? All 4 men should be battling for the title or in a high profile feud, you have a lot of potential in your roster I just hope you can maximize that. Maria would never get a 'HUGE' pop but that was still a funny moment. You seem to have a decent I.C division so I would like to see where you go with that. Angle legit injured? Na, it seems like a huge ploy from the Olympic Medalist but Rey is now over big time which is good. LOL at the Stratus' (who is Britney BTW?) nice so see Alexis turn face in another interesting feud. Like I mentioned before I didn't like Christian going over JBL.
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Hmm Christian Coalition is taking over RAW, while DX/Cena/Taker are lingering away from where they should be imo. Interesting to see where all that leads.

As for GAB, it's pretty obvious that Lesnar will be the guest on Piper's Pit I think.
DX/Cena/Taker won't be out of the title picture for long - the reason the match happened again was simply as there wasn't time to build a new feud in time for the ppv, so I just threw them in a rematch

Really... that obvious? You'll enjoy the Great American Bash then

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Christian in two title matches in one night? Weird. That makes JBL look extremely weak so I'm not liking that. I like the fact that Hardcore Holly got completely jobbed out to Umaga and Umaga should get pushed now. Punk/Booker is a very interesting feud nice to see Punk get the win and it should be a great grudge match. A very big match in midcard? All 4 men should be battling for the title or in a high profile feud, you have a lot of potential in your roster I just hope you can maximize that. Maria would never get a 'HUGE' pop but that was still a funny moment. You seem to have a decent I.C division so I would like to see where you go with that. Angle legit injured? Na, it seems like a huge ploy from the Olympic Medalist but Rey is now over big time which is good. LOL at the Stratus' (who is Britney BTW?) nice so see Alexis turn face in another interesting feud. Like I mentioned before I didn't like Christian going over JBL.
JBL was basically thrown into the title contention with no real build-up, so he wasn't too strong beforehand. People have competed in two matches before on the same show, and there would have been 2 hours rest between matches, plus Christian hit JBL with the belt in the tag title match, so that gives him a bit of an excuse. The aim of the match was to make Christian look strong, and winning two matches in a night does that

DX/Cena/Taker in the midcard? None of my ppv's have a conventional order to them, as I try to spread the big matches about throughout the show.

Maria = Christian's girlfriend, and helped to really get him over, so she would have got a good pop... maybe not huge though...

Angle's injury? Although that would be a good idea to have him fake it, it is actually a real injury (or so it will be claimed)... but the way Angle's character has developed, the faking of injury would be something he could do

Britney is Trish's (kayfabe) sister, and debuted a few months ago

And now, the Great American Bash, and then the lead up to Summerslam from Raw and Smackdown, and then the Summerslam card

Great American Bash 2006

XXX def. William Regal and Paul Burchill to retain the World Tag Championships when Skipper hit the 450 splash to Regal to keep the titles. The Englishmen looked good for winning the title at one stage in the match when Regal hit the power of the punch to Daniels, but Skipper pulled the referee out of the ring and then later managed to hit Regal with the brass knucks himself, before hitting the 450 splash to win the match

Chris Masters def. Paul London when he locked on the Masterlock, and made Paul London pass out to the move. London looked as if he was going to win the match at one stage, but Kid Kash came out and hit him with his title belt, turning heel and yelling at London whether he thought he was better than him. This enabled Masters to lock the move in, and win the match

Carlito def. Shelton Benjamin to retain the United States Title after nailing him with the backcracker. Shelton had believed that he was going to win the match after hitting the T-Bone Suplex, but Carlito got a foot on the rope. Shelton then nailed a Stinger Splash to him, and then leapt to the top rope, but Carlito moved out of the way of his dive, and then hit the backcracker to get the win and keep his title

Big Show def. Kane via DQ after Kane lost the plot and starting nailing him with a steel chair. The match was a slow and methodical affair, with lots of heavy hitting between them, but Kane was frustrated that he couldn’t put the Big Show away, so he took out a chair and just started to beat the hell out of him with it.

Rob Van Dam def. AJ Styles and Edge to become the number 1 contender to the World Heavyweight Title, pinning AJ Styles after hitting him with the 5 star frog splash. The match had been about RVD and AJ for a lot of it, as the two of them were given a chance to shine in the ring, as Edge was biding his time on the outside, not wanting to get too much into the match, and only interfering when it looked as if the match could end. Eventually Edge decided to properly get involved in the match when he was happy that they were tired out enough, and got a series of near falls, before accidentally spearing the referee when he went for RVD. He then did catch him with the spear, and then the spear to AJ Styles, before realising there was no referee. He then got a steel chair to bring into the ring, but the Rock ran down and cracked Edge over the head with the chair, before nailing him with the Rock Bottom to the delight of the crowd. As Edge was taken out, RVD got to his feet first and threw the chair at AJ, before hitting him with the Van Damninator, followed by the 5 star frog splash to go to Summerslam to battle for the title

Batista def. Mr.Kennedy to retain the World Heavyweight Title after nailing him with the Batista Bomb twice, making sure that Kennedy was put away after Kennedy put up the match of his life. Kennedy battled as hard as he could, surviving almost everything that Batista put at him, but in the end the second Batista Bomb was enough to win the match. He kicked out of the Spine Buster, and got a foot on the rope for the first Batista Bomb. Kennedy almost got the win with the Green Bay Plunge, but Batista got his foot on the ropes.

Roddy Piper then came out for Piper’s Pit, and hyped up the crowd for a bit, before announcing that his guest was returning to the WWE tonight after an absence. He said that all night it has been rumoured that Brock Lesnar will be coming back to Smackdown tonight, but all he can say is that he doesn’t know whether those rumours are true or not. He says that Mr. Lesnar appears to be a loose cannon, and he just walked out Smackdown when he didn’t win the title at King of the Ring, and he isn’t the kind of guest he wants. He says that his guest is coming back to Smackdown for the first time in a few years, and he brings out.... JEFF HARDY! Jeff says that it is great to be back in the WWE, and great to be back on Smackdown, saying that he’s missed competing in front of the greatest fans in the world. He says that he appreciates a legend such as Piper having him on his show, and says that in the past he may have let himself down, but he’s over his problems, and is back to show everyone what he can do.

The Rock def. Randy Orton in a no disqualification match when Mick Foley made a surprise return to help out the Rock, after Edge had earlier got involved in the match to help Randy Orton. The two of them battled all over the arena, showing the hatred for each other that they seem to have, only for Edge to come from nowhere and spear the Rock through a backstage table. Edge and Orton then dominated the Rock as they brought him back to the ring to finish the match off, as Edge called for the Con-cherto. Just as they were about to deliver it, Mick Foley’s music hit, and he returned by coming down to the ring, with a 2x4 wrapped it barbed wire. After a brief fight, he managed to nail Edge in the stomach with it, and then locked in the mandible claw on him. Orton then hit Foley with an RKO, but as he was talking trash to him, he turned around into a Rock Bottom onto the chair by the Rock, followed by a People’s elbow, which scored the Rock the win. The show ended with the Rock and Foley celebrating, as Edge and Orton retreated away.

XXX def. William Regal and Paul Burchill to retain the World Tag Team Titles at 9:12
Chris Masters def. Paul London at 6:30
Carlito def. Shelton Benjamin to retain the US title at 13:10
The Big Show def. Kane by DQ at 7:25
Rob Van Dam def. Edge and AJ Styles to become the number 1 contender at 20:48
Batista def. Mr. Kennedy to retain the World Heavyweight Title at 17:29
The Rock def. Randy Orton in a No Holds Barred match at 21:20


Lead up to Summerslam

After the firing of Eric Bischoff on Raw, for a brief period Raw had no general manager, leaving Vince McMahon in temporary charge while he found a new permanent replacement. Although it appeared that he was enjoying the job, and didn’t really fancy giving any the job, and decided to name himself in charge until he found a more convenient replacement (don’t worry, Vince isn’t going to take up 50% of the show like he does in real-life as GM... yet...)

Christian’s rivalry with JBL continued off the back off Vengeance, with JBL pissed off that he didn’t win the match, and blamed this on the fact that Christian had hit with the title early in the show. He requested a rematch, which he got, but once again he came up short with Christian pinning him clean to keep the title.

The following week Christian hosted the Peep Show, which resulted in JBL coming out and demanding one more shot at the title at Summerslam. But he wasn’t the only one, with Rey Mysterio saying that he would like a shot at the title, seeing as he hasn’t had one yet on Raw. DX then came out, saying that if these jokers wanted a title shot, then DX think they should request a title shot as well. John Cena then came out and cut a rap on all of them, saying that he wants the title as well. In the end, Vince McMahon announced that all 5 of them would get a title shot at Summerslam... in an elimination chamber.
In the following few weeks, they were put in matches against each other, which ended with D-Generation X taking the Tag Titles off Christian and Tyson Tomko, which meant they would go into the match as tag champs. The final Raw before Summerslam ended with Christian standing tall though, after DX, JBL, Rey and Cena all took each other out, allowing Christian to say that after Summerslam, he will still be the WWE Champion, because that’s how he rolls!

Another man standing tall was Umaga, especially after the brutal assault on the Undertaker that left him on the injured list. After his win at Vengeance, Umaga went on a real tear, destroying everyone in his path, until he was booked to face the Undertaker. Unfortunately this match never took place, because the Undertaker never made it to the ring. Umaga assaulted him backstage, and then he threw him off the stage and beating him to the floor. Umaga declared that he was the true monster of Monday Night Raw, and would bulldoze anything in his path. The two of them were booked to wrestle at Summerslam, but that depended on whether the Undertaker would make it or not.

Also booked for Summerslam is a triple threat match for the Intercontinental Title. Matt Hardy, who still holds the belt with defend the title against old foe Gregory Helms and CM Punk, who has been rising up the ranks ever since he became a singles star. Punk looked the strongest coming into this match, winning all of his matches since confirmed as a challenger, while Hardy appeared to be struggling with an injury which restricted his competition in the ring, allowing Shannon Moore to try and continue to prove himself to Hardy by competing on his behalf. Hardy (still a face) said though that he will compete at Summerslam, no matter how injured he is.

Although Trish Stratus was on the winning team at Vengeance, it appeared the true winner of that night was Alexis Laree, who attacked Trish after the match. The following night she announced that she was changing her name to Mickie James to reflect her new attitude (she has now started to act a bit more like Mickie James actually does), and that she realised she needs to get back her women’s title, but also that Trish Stratus is the world’s biggest bitch. She got herself a women’s title match at Summerslam, but has had to deal with the presence of Britney Stratus throughout her challenge.

Also on Raw – Kurt Angle’s knee injury was serious enough for him to need surgery, and it was announced that he wouldn’t be back until October at the very earliest.

On the Smackdown side of things, the big news concerning the World Heavyweight Title would be that Rob Van Dam finally gets a shot at being the main man when he will take on Batista at Summerslam. Rob Van Dam had the advantage of having Paul Heyman as his manager, and the two of them cut a series of promos on Batista proclaiming how much of a fake he is, and comparing the way he was brought into the business to the way RVD had to slave through ECW. Their plan worked, and Batista was unable to control his rage and attacked RVD, breaking a no violence contract signed between the two of them. As a result, the title will change hands on a DQ at Summerslam, so Batista will have to control his anger in the ring, despite the fact that RVD has needled him about his personal life for weeks. But the one advantage that Batista had was that he did pin RVD in the only match that the two of them had, a tag team match also involving Mr Kennedy and Jeff Hardy. Batista knew he could beat RVD, but RVD had the spectre of history against him... he had always failed in his attempt to take the title

And the other big story was the return of Mick Foley to Smackdown and the first thing he did was to set up a match for Summerslam – Mick Foley and the Rock vs. Edge and Randy Orton – the rules would be simple – No Holds Barred, just like the match at GAB, and he told Edge and the Orton that the result would be the same... the Rock and Sock Connection would be standing tall at the end of the match. But Edge and Orton didn’t think so, and continued to try and attack the Rock and Foley to get an advantage. Foley though cut a promo on the history of him and hardcore matches, saying that every time someone thought that he could end the Hardcore legend, they came up a bit short. He says that Orton may be the Legend Killer, and Edge may be the Rated R Superstar, but that won’t be enough to beat Foley at Summerslam.

But Foley’s list of enemies didn’t stop there, as he found a way to wind up Rob Van Dam and Paul Heyman as he didn’t take kindly to their continued attempts to wind up Batista and stop him making it to Summerslam. Heyman told Foley that perhaps he should focus on Edge and Orton and let Heyman and RVD get on with running the show, so Foley banned Heyman from being at ringside for the World Title match. RVD then told Foley that he should watch himself, as you never know whose going to screw you.

Ken Kennedy was taken down a peg or two when he lost to Batista at the Great American Bash, but soon found a new enemy in the newly returning Jeff Hardy, who upset Kennedy with the way that he appeared to be being pushed above him in the card, when Kennedy had slaved for his spot, and was a King of the Ring winner. Kennedy told Hardy to get to the back of the line when wanting a title shot, and that after Summerslam, Mr. Kennedy would be getting the rematch that he deserved. However, AJ Styles also felt that he deserved to be in contention, as he was only 1 second from being in the main event at Summerslam. And Kane decided that he wanted some new enemies to go and beat up, so came out and gave all 3 of these men a chokeslam. Foley liked the fact that all had some hunger about them, and set up a fatal 4 way at Summerslam, just as they all deserved to be on the card.

And the other match on the card would be Carlito vs. Brock Lesnar, with the United States Title on the line. This came about through Lesnar’s non-appearance at the Great American Bash, and the fact that Carlito cut a brutally funny promo on him, saying that it was a disgrace that Brock Lesnar didn’t show up at the Great American Bash, and then showed the various stages of evolution, likening early man to Lesnar. But the bad news came for Carlito was when Lesnar interrupted an edition of Carlito’s Cabana and brutally destroyed Carlito. Lesnar then challenged Carlito to a match at Summerslam, which Carlito was forced to accept, but with the title on the line.

Other Smackdown news – Kane defeated the Big Show in an inferno match on Smackdown to end their rivalry, and this was the last time that the Big Show was seen, Triple X continued to beat everyone to keep the Tag Titles, ending the rivalry with the Bluebloods and beating random teams when they faced them, while Kid Kash’s new rivalry with Paul London kicked off, but he failed to win to win the title in the first attempt at the title he had. However, a rematch is scheduled for the Smackdown after Summerslam.


Summerslam Card

WWE Title
Elimination Chamber

Christian (C) vs. John Cena vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels vs. JBL

World Heavyweight Title
Batista (C) vs. Rob Van Dam

Intercontinental Title
Matt Hardy (C) vs. CM Punk vs. Gregory Helms

United States Title
Carlito (C) vs. Brock Lesnar

Women’s Title
Trish Stratus (C) vs. Mickie James

No Holds Barred
Edge and Randy Orton vs. The Rock and Mick Foley

Umaga vs. The Undertaker

Mr. Kennedy vs. Kane vs. Jeff Hardy vs. AJ Styles

Summerslam, and then the lead up to Unforgiven (which includes a huge shock) will be posted on Boxing Day, so everyone have a Happy Christmas!!!
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Ah good results for the PPV and SS looks like a goody, will love to see Lesnar maul Carlito.

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Here is my predictions for Summerslam. My comp is messing up so this will be pretty messy. lol.


Summerslam Card

WWE Title
Elimination Chamber
Christian (C) vs. John Cena vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels vs. JBL-Triple H

World Heavyweight Title
Batista (C) vs. Rob Van Dam-Batista

Intercontinental Title
Matt Hardy (C) vs. CM Punk vs. Gregory Helms- Matt Hardy

United States Title
Carlito (C) vs. Brock Lesnar-Carlito

Women’s Title
Trish Stratus (C) vs. Mickie James-Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred
Edge and Randy Orton vs. The Rock and Mick Foley-Edge and Randy Orton

Umaga vs. The Undertaker-Umaga

Mr. Kennedy vs. Kane vs. Jeff Hardy vs. AJ Styles-Jeff Hardy

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Summerslam 2006

Matt Hardy def. CM Punk and Gregory Helms to retain the Intercontinental Title when he pinned Gregory Helms after hitting him with the Twist of Fate, but Shannon Moore stopped CM Punk breaking the count up, unbeknown to Hardy. Earlier in the match, Shannon Moore had tripped Helms when he was going for a shining wizard to Hardy, and had distracted the referee after Punk had hit the backbreaker to Hardy.

The Rock and Mick Foley def. Randy Orton and Edge in a No Holds Barred match – For the second month in a row it was Foley and the Rock who triumphed against Edge and Orton, although this time it was the Rock pinning Edge that ended the match, meaning Orton and Foley still haven’t had their true contest yet. After a brutal 20 minutes of action, The Rock hit the People’s Elbow to Edge to score the pinfall after the Rock Bottom, but Randy Orton had accidently nailed him with a barbed-wire 2x4 minutes before, which was aimed at Foley. Foley then nailed Orton with the weapon and the Rock finished off Edge to win the match. Earlier spots in the match had seen Orton get crushed by a trash can and Foley’s knee, while Edge had taken out The Rock and Foley with brutal chair shots, and then Speared Foley out of the ring and through a table. Orton had attempted a top rope RKO to the Rock, but Foley recovered and double arm ddted him onto a chair.

Ken Kennedy def. AJ Styles, Kane and Jeff Hardy when he covered AJ Styles after a chokeslam from Kane, and a Swanton Bomb from Jeff Hardy. Kane had chokeslamed AJ, but Jeff Hardy broke the count up when he hit an Swanton off the top rope. He went to make the cover, but Kennedy sprayed something in his eyes, and then stole the cover before Kane or Jeff could break it. Kennedy had earlier been taken out of the match after AJ had hit him with a shooting star press when Kennedy was standing outside the ring. Kane then chokeslamed everyone after the match, but Kennedy did what he said he would do and win

Umaga def. The Undertaker – In a huge shock, Umaga pinned the returning Undertaker after hitting him with 2 Samoan Spikes. The Undertaker was going for his second chokeslam of the match when Umaga broke the grip with 1 Samoan Spike, and then knocked him out with a second. Umaga had just been chokeslamed, but Estrada entered the ring, but got the Last Ride, which allowed Umaga time to recover. Umaga had shown earlier in the match that he could match the Undertaker in the power department, and had scored plenty of near falls beforehand.

Brock Lesnar def. Carlito to become the new United States Champion – Carlito put up a brave effort against Brock Lesnar but in the sheer power of Lesnar was enough for him to become the champion. Carlito very nearly won the match after hitting the backcracker, but Lesnar kicked out, and moments later hit an F-5, and then another win to leave Carlito for dead and to become the new champion. Carlito knew that he couldn’t match Lesnar for power, so tried a hit and run strategy, which was partially successful, but as soon as Lesnar caught him, the match was one way traffic. Lesnar had hit Carlito with a huge powerbomb earlier in the match, and that basically allowed Brock to dominated the match

Trish Stratus def. Mickie James to retain the Women’s Title when she hit Mickie over the head with the Women’s Title. Trish then covered to get the win, while the referee was distracted by Britney Stratus. Earlier in the match, Mickie thought she had the title won when she hit the Mick kick, but Trish managed to kick out. Trish stole the match in the end, but we were left thinking that Mickie could well end Trish’s run with the belt.

Rob Van Dam def. Batista to become the new World Heavyweight Champion – RVD finally become a world champion after years of trying, but in somewhat controversial circumstances when RANDY ORTON RKO on Batista set RVD up for the 5 Star Frog Splash which secured the 3 count. The referee had been knocked down when RVD had missed an attempted spin kick on Batista. RVD then brought a chair into the ring and threw it at Batista, looking for the Van Damninator, but Batista ducked the kick, and then just nailed RVD with the Spine Buster. He started to prepare RVD for the Batista Bomb, when Orton came from nowhere to hit the RKO on Batista, as he fell onto the steel chair. RVD then made his way to the top rope where he hit the 5 star frog splash, and covered Batista to get the 3 count and become the champion. RVD then celebrated with the title in a quasi-babyface moment as he had finally achieved his dream of being the champion, and shared a hug with Paul Heyman who came out to celebrate with him, as Batista realised he had again been screwed out of holding the title.

John Cena def. Rey Mysterio, Christian, Triple H, Shawn Michaels and John Bradshaw Layfield to become the new WWE Champion in the Elimination Chamber when he pinned Christian after hitting an FU from the top rope. Rey Mysterio and Triple H were the unfortunate men who drew numbers 1 and 2 to start the match, and after 5 minutes they were joined by John Cena, and then 5 minutes later by Christian. The 3 faces all started to surround Triple H, as he realised they were going to gang up against him, which they did, but they didn’t get to eliminate him, as HBK entered the match just in time. JBL was the final man released from his chamber, to ensure that all 6 men were involved in the match at the same time. JBL was by far the freshest, and he dominated for a while, but was soon the first man to go when Rey Mysterio ducked a Clothesline from Hell attempt, tripped him and then hit the 619 to him. JBL started to stumble up when Shawn Michaels hit him with the Sweet Chin Music to pin him. Shawn Michaels started to celebrate his first elimination of the match, when Rey Mysterio rolled him up from behind and got a shock 3 count. HBK couldn’t believe that Rey had eliminated him, and was in such shock he didn’t want to leave the match, but had to when Rey dropkicked him out of the door. Rey though was the next man out of the match, when he has hit with a Pedigree from Triple H, leaving HHH, Cena and Christian in the match. HHH then hit a Pedigree to Christian, but the effort of being in the match for a long time (and now he was bleeding) meant that by the time he made the cover, Christian managed to get his shoulder up. Cena though then went after HHH and hit the 5 moves of doom on him, but HHH slipped out of the FU attempt, and then threw him through one of the glass chambers, busting him completely open. HHH though was then hit by the Unprettier from Christian, and once again pinned by him and taken out of the match. This just left Christian and Cena, but Cena appeared to have nothing left. He slowly got up, and looked a bloody mess, but kicked out when Christian pinned him. He then managed to kick out of a reverse ddt attempt, and when Christian locked in the Unprettier, he tripped the ankle and locked Christian in the STFU. Christian was screaming in pain as he tried to escape from it, and after 2 minutes in the hold he managed to get to the ropes. Christian looked out of the match now, as Cena lifted him up for the FU to finish it, but Christian countered into an Unprettier from nowhere. But he didn’t have the strength to make the cover, and when he did, Cena kicked out. Christian then realised he was going to have to hit a top rope Unprettier to win this, but as he was going for it, Cena found the strength to put him on his shoulders, delivered the FU, and then fell on Christian, which got him the 3 count and gave him his 3rd reign as WWE Champion.

Matt Hardy def. CM Punk and Gregory Helms to retain the Intercontinental Title at 11:12
The Rock and Mick Foley def. Edge and Randy Orton in a No Holds Barred match at 23:10
Ken Kennedy def. Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles and Kane at 8:30
Umaga def. The Undertaker at 13:29
Brock Lesnar def. Carlito to become the new US Champion at 14:37
Trish Stratus def. Mickie James to retain the Women’s Title at 7:01
Rob Van Dam def. Batista to become the new World Heavyweight Champion at 25:20
John Cena def. Rey Mysterio, Christian, Triple H, Shawn Michaels and JBL in an Elimination Chamber to become the new WWE Champion at 43:56


Lead to Unforgiven

The night after Summerslam saw John Cena forced to compete again, as he was told he was teaming up with Matt Hardy to take on D-Generation X in a non-title match. At the end of the match, won by John Cena and Hardy after an FU to HHH, they started to celebrate the win, only for HBK to nail Cena with a Sweet Chin Music. DX started to beat down Cena, but Rey Mysterio came out to make the save and to drive HBK away. Cena and Hardy stood tall in the ring... UNTIL MATT HARDY HIT JOHN CENA WITH THE SLEDGEHAMMER!!! The crowd were shocked, as Hardy hit Cena with the sledgehammer again. Hardy then picked up his MITB Contract case, and smashed Cena in the head with it again. He then took out the contract, and presented it to the referee, telling him he would like to cash it in now. Matt Hardy then nailed the Twist of Fate to John Cena, AND THEN PINNED HIM 1,2,3 TO BECOME THE NEW WWE CHAMPION!

The crowd were shocked at what they had seen and Hardy’s heel turn and subsequent title win, but both John Cena and Christian seemed to have a problem with it. Both of whom had a rematch clause, and wanted to cash it in at Unforgiven. In the end, a triple threat was announced, which annoyed the hell out of Matt Hardy, as he wouldn’t be able to get out of it so easily. Shannon Moore stepped up to defend Hardy, but was beaten by Christian and Cena in successive weeks, while Hardy appeared to have no momentum going into Unforgiven.

Also happening at Unforgiven would be Shawn Michaels vs. Rey Mysterio, coming off the fact Rey Mysterio had pinned HBK at Summerslam, and then the following night he chased off DX when they attacked Cena. HBK told Rey that he should treasure the day that he pinned HBK at Summerslam because that kind of win will never happen again for him. He says that Rey’s in luck though, as he’s available for Unforgiven (as HHH picked up a minor injury/wants a month off with his wife and kid) and challenges Rey to a match. Rey though seems to get the better of HBK every time they face off, making him more and more pissed off.

The Undertaker also wanted revenge for the clean loss he had suffered to Umaga at Summerslam. Umaga was being lauded as the new Undertaker by Estrada, but Taker hadn’t finished with Umaga, and beat him down on that night, chokeslamming him through the announce table, proving that someone can take down Umaga. Vince decided that the two of them had to meet again, and so he arranged a street fight for the two of them at Unforgiven. Umaga though showed he isn’t scared of the Undertaker by attacking him again though, and led to the two of them brawling around the arena, which Umaga appeared to come out the stronger on.

Triple H picked up a minor injury that led to him being off TV for a few weeks

Also, JBL and CM Punk’s feud picked back up again, with JBL blaming Punk for the fact he hasn’t won the WWE Title while being on Raw, saying that he was keeping him down, as it was the fact Punk got in his way when he first came here which stopped him making an instant impact. Punk told JBL the reason he hadn’t won the title was because he simply wasn’t good enough anymore. JBL told Punk that until he had achieved something, he cannot speak to him like that, to which Punk slapped JBL around the face, and asked him whether he understood that.

Finally, Gregory Helms starting a small feud with Hardcore Holly about how Helms still doesn’t get enough respect (just to keep him going for a month), Trish Stratus and Mickie James continued their feud, giving us a rematch at Unforgiven, but this time no interference would be allowed. 2 other matches were announced – a tag team gauntlet to determine the number 1 contenders, and a diva fashion contest.


Unforgiven Card

WWE Title
Matt Hardy (C) vs. John Cena vs. Christian

Women’s Title
Trish Stratus (C) vs. Mickie James

No DQ Match
The Undertaker vs. Umaga

Shawn Michaels vs. Rey Mysterio

JBL vs. CM Punk

Gregory Helms vs. Hardcore Holly

MNM vs. Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch vs. Charlie Haas and Val Venis vs. The Highlanders vs. The Teachers vs. The Mexicools

Diva Fashion Contest

Unforgiven, and then the build up to No Mercy to be posted tomorrow
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