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Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Sidford, England
Re: Forever-Delayed does WWE
Velocity Results – September 3rd
Hardcore Holly def. Jobber
Shannon Moore and Scotty 2 Hotty def. Tajiri and Akio
Paul London def. Nunzio
Carlito def. Val Venis
Heat Results – September 4th
Viscera def. Jobber
Tyson Tomko def. The Hurricane
Chris Masters def. Rosey
Trish Stratus def. Victoria
Breaking News – Smackdown will be moving to Friday Nights from the 16th September. The debut show on Friday’s will be a night of champions, in which all the titles will be defended. Plus, two matches in the end of the line tournament will take place.
Plus, Raw will be moving back to the USA network on the 26th September, the night after Unforgiven. Again, the WWE will celebrate the move, by having a night of champions, in which all the titles are on the line. And furthermore, it sees the return of raw roulette.
The venues for the final three pay per views of the year have been announced. Taboo Tuesday returns this year, and once again, it will be an interactive pay per view. It takes place on the 1st of November, and is a Raw brand presentation, coming to you live from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Armageddon is a Smackdown brand presentation, and it takes place on the 18th December. It comes from the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. And finally, Survivor Series, a joint brand presentation comes to you on the 27th November. And it has just been announced, that it will be coming from the Belle Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. With the history of Survivor Series and Montreal, the early rumours suggest that a screw job type finish will probably occur, but as of yet, nothing has been decided.
The main event for Unforgiven will be announced on Raw this week. Although the main event is known around the WWE, they are releasing no clues as to what it will be. But it looks as if the Jericho/Cena feud is not over, so this may be a slight clue.
Finally, following on the Undertaker promo/vignette on Smackdown, it seems that the WWE will have an extended run of these, happening on both brands, to increase the suspense surrounding his return. We cannot reveal when he will be back, or on what show, but a main eventer will be moving to Smackdown in a few weeks, and with the Undertaker typically having a big match for No Mercy, this may be a hint.
I am just about to start Raw, so expect it up some point next week