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How dare you post RAW without letting me finish your RR review first.

Demod plz.

I'm hoping to post your RR review after Easter Sunday, m'kay?


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~First time ever reading one of your shows, so I'll probably make stupid comments that you won't understand. Also, I'm sort of newbish, so that may also explain some of my comments

The opening video package was fabulous. It went along with the whole gimmick you had planned for the Royal Rumble.

I thought that we would kick things off with the World Tag Team Titles, but the United States Title is just as good. Realistic to have Kennedy talk on the microphone before his title defense. I think it would have been better for the face to go for the first pinning attempt of the matchup because it entertains the fans. Also, it's pretty realistic if you think about it. It was good that it was just a quick cover and that Matt kicked out before the two count. I like how your sentences are a fairly lengthy. For me, longer sentences are easier to read. Kennedy hitting a dropkick took me by surprise, but at least you're mixing up his moveset a bit. It was realistic because if he can hit a Kenton Bomb, then he can hit a dropkick. Smart booking decision to have Kennedy still holding the title from July. This gives him some strength as well as credibility, which might even help him win a World Title eventually. I found it a little strange that the heel got the better of the face in the opening, because having the face gain control in the first few minutes usually gets the crowd into the match. Matt hitting a Moonsault so early in the matchup took me by surprise. It's good that you're making him more extreme, because it suits him. The eye poke was the obvious momentum and control changer, and it was a good move to swing the momentum over to Kennedy. Kennedy's offense didn't last long, though, but it still worked to get him over more. Matt seems to be more of a daredevil in your thread, and I'm liking it. Some great back and forth action as the match was developing. I thought it would have been over after the Facewash, but I guess I was mistaken. The Twist of Fate was probably the best finish you could use. A roll-up also could have gotten the job done, but the Twist of Fate was even better. 9/10

JBL as your SmackDown! General Manger is very interesting. Don't think everyone would leave on a 'break', but I guess it worked for what you had planned for the segment. This segment was fantastic, and I could really picture it. Some good humor in it too which helped it out a lot. 10/10

This match is obviously the weakest match on the card, but I still think it will deliver. I'm not sure if the Haas/Flair team is like a veteran taking a rookie underneath his wing or something with that similarity. Having Haas and Benjamin was a good way to start things off since they were former partners. The slap on Flair really surprised me, and I didn't think it was totally necessary. Haas got beat down without Flair even getting in the ring, which I don't think was the greatest decision. But Flair not entering makes the fans even more anxious and excited when he finally does enter the match. Good that Flair finally did get in the match because I think if you left him out too long, the fans might get a little upset and maybe even bored. Flair's offense when he entered didn't last as long as it should've, but having the youngsters get back on the attack was good. The match felt too back and forth, and having the heel team get more of an advantage might have helped. The finish was good, and Burke/Benjamin getting the win was a little surprising, but it was quite realistic, imo. Good decision to get the titles off of Haas/Flair, and we'll have to wait and see what's next for them. 8.5/10

The sending a message paragraph with Orton here was absolutely brilliant. I have a lot of trouble writing Orton for some reason, but this paragraph showed me that Orton can be written extremely well. I think it would be better if you put the crowd's reaction, because they would have reacted a lot for this interview. The first paragraph was definitely the best of the interview, imo, but the rest was still really well done. 10/10

Surprised to find out that RVD's title reign as WWE Champion lasted seven and a half months. Probably the biggest push of his life, and he deserves it. Good guy to do it with, but not really liking that it ended in an Elimination Chamber. But that's in the past, and the main focus is the current match, of which I predict Orton will win. It's questionable considering Orton got more momentum heading into the Rumble, but for BTB, I don't think people judge it on who walks in to the match with the momentum. Having the crowd chant "E-C-W" is very realistic, and shows just how over RVD is over with the crowd. Maybe that chant could eventually change to "R-V-D" because that would put him over as a WWE Superstar, and not just with what he did in ECW. You have your own way of writing matches. When I say that, I mean you don't have the face gets control, then the heel dominates, then the face comes back again. I still think it would have been better to have RVD get the advantage right off the back, as it would have gotten the fans more into the match. The first little bit was all Orton, and I thought Van Dam would actually get right back in it quickly after the first cover. Rob manages to come back after the submission attempt, but having the heel try and submit the face before the face gets in any offense is too unrealistic. Rob's first moves were his tandem offense, which was good, as it opened him up if that makes any sense. Hard to explain it, but what I mean is having RVD use his quick moves like that as his first moves signals that a fair bit of the match will feature quick paced moves. The R-V-D thumb taunt is an excellent way to book Van Dam after he has just demolished his opponent with his traditional move set. Orton connects with a picture perfect dropkick~! Realistic, because Orton's dropkicks are pretty much picture perfect, and I really enjoy him using it. One of my favourite moves from his moveset, and I think it's in your best interest to keep it on him, though I'm sure you were going to unless he all of a sudden has a gimmick change. No gimmick change please. Back to the match (I get carried away sometimes ). A little not, I'm not sure if clothes lining is supposed to be together as clotheslining, but that's just me. I know Spell Check says differently (I believe), but it does that with a fair bit of wrestling terminology. Vertical suplex on the outside would be damage inflicting, and it might even give Van Dam a reason to target Orton's back. Spinning Heel Kick to the back!! I'm a huge fan of this move (seems as if I'm a fan of every move), and it really goes over well with the fans, especially the ones sitting at ringside. I think it would be better if you showed the referee's countout ten count, as it would be slightly more realistic, tbh. It's a shame Van Dam's first cover didn't come until about 5 minutes in, which makes him look weak. However, it's not too bad because the fans probably aren't timing the match. The roll up followed by a cradle was excellent, especially since both got near falls. Springboard Cross Body into the barricade~!~! Total awesomeness, even though I'm seeing one of my favourite wrestlers crash and burn. Good way to get the crowd's hopes down. That sounds awfully mean, but it's true Take away what I had said earlier about the count out, because I realize now that you are doing it, and maybe when RVD did hit the vertical suplex earlier, the referee just didn't have time. **Just reading now that you put he didn't, extremely sorry for missing this ** ECW Originals 'getting rowdy'. Haha, interesting wording that gave me a laugh or two. But good to have this, as it's very realistic. Smart to have Orton use that Backbreaker of his. I think RVD would sell it perfectly, but that's just me. MOONSAULT!!! Sorry, I always mark out when Rob connects with a top rope move, especially something as high-impact and credible as a moonsault. Having Orton kicking out just before the three count is very realistic, tbh, because I don't think Van Dam's Moonsault has enough credibility to get the three. RVD getting his foot on the ropes kept the credibility in tact of Orton's DDT, which was good. RVD KICKS OUT OF THE PUNT!! This would be very unrealistic, imo, unless you've lowered it's level of credibility in your thread, because in that case, it would be fine. RVD getting his foot at the ropes again is a little too much, even though it was underneath the ropes. I think one person should only get to the ropes during a pin just once in a match. Despite the fact that Rob kicked out of the punt, it was good that you continuously had Rob sell the move. Van Dam hitting a Double Underhook Facebuster surprised me, because isn't it basically a Pedigree? I think I'm wrong, but I'm not quite sure on what exactly the move is. GOES FOR THE 5 STAR -- BUT NO!!! Sorry, I'm really getting into this match, and missing the 5 Star Frog Splash was a defining moment, tbh. An ECW Original interfering was expected -- but he hits RVD and Orton takes him out! Good finish right there, lots of controversy in my opinion. Fabulous match, and Orton retaining was quite suspected. 9.5/10

~Can't wait for what you have in store for 'Mania. I like how it's in a smaller arena, not a stadium, because WrestleMania always needs to be in a smaller arena. I also like the 'hotter than hell' gimmick you've got going for it

Good little segment here with Orton and Edge, and I think they'll both go into 'Mania as champions. This segment wasn't all that great, but it got the point across, which is what matters. I didn't know they were apart of Rated RKO, even though they're on separate brands, so maybe you could give me some clarification on that. 8.5/10

Had no idea that Angle/Edge go so far back in your thread, even if they were on and off for a little while. It seems as if both main event matches have seen someone go through a table before the event, which is a little too much, imo. I like how they got right at it with some hard offense, because it shows just how important and rough this match is gonna be. Things got on the outside in a hurry, and Edge leaping off the top rope so early was quite a surprise. Angle using his quick instincts to send Edge over the barricade was smart writing, and much like Angle. Having wrestlers go into the crowd really gets the fans into the match, especially when it happens this early. Nothing wrong with doing it so early since it's a fairly intense rivalry for the World Title in an I Quit Match. I was really surprised that this match ends up going backstage. I didn't think it would happen, but I'll have to keep reading to see if they get back to ringside. German Suplex through a table! Huge moment, but would have been sold better if it was at ringside, tbh. Even more surprised that they end up going outside of the entire arena itself. I think this was a little overboard, but it was good for what it was worth. Slam into the car was complete brutality, and was fitting for the match gimmick you chose. I'm not sure how Edge and Angle could enter the arena, and immediately be at the stage where the superstars make their entrances. But excellent that they did get back into the arena, because I would be extremely disappointed if the whole match took place backstage and outside. However, I think you're too smart of a booker to do something like that. Hopefully the sign Edge took was from somebody who WWE has hired, because I would be pretty pissed if Edge walked up to me and ripped my sign Edge is bleeding! Wow, didn't expect that. I figured Angle would be the bleeder, or even the first to bleed, but I guess not. Back where we started in the center of the ring, which is always good. The 2x4 to the head was tremendously extreme, and some more buildup before hitting Edge could have really enhanced the moment. You put that Angle slid into the ring with another table, but I thought the table used was from backstage I'm confused, but maybe I misread something. THE CON-CHAIR-TO!! I honestly thought that would be it, since Edge has established it so well, but Angle saying no was just as expected, making this match pretty much unpredictable. That's obviously a compliment, because if something's unpredictable, you've booked it right. BACK BODY DROP THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE~! Holy shit moment right there, and also a priceless moment all the way. Realism and entertainment combined into one = 'Crimson Mask' -- really good description used often to describe a blood-covered face, so good terminology. Angle beating down on Edge with a pipe was sort of a way to let out Angle's frustrations, which is good. Burchill helps out Edge! Pretty much expected, and it looks as if Angle may possibly be screwed out of the title thanks to Burchill. A ladder gets involved~! Did not see that coming, and I'm thinking it could lead to the finish. Smashing the ladder onto the ankle would be killer, and I'm surprised that it wasn't the finish. Angle is busted open!! About time it happened, but at least it did happen. BELLY TO BELLY SUPLEX THROUGH THE TABLE!!! That would be awesome to witness, and I can picture it happening. Also, it's fairly realistic, which is good that you used it. The referee gets knocked down~! That's an obvious signal that there will be a controversal finish of some sort. Tape Recorder finish!! I give you props for this finish as it keeps the belt on Edge, but Angle keeps all of his credibility. This is one of the most controversal finishes I've ever read in a BTB, so again, props for that. 9/10

Nice little segment with Coach and JBL. Have no idea where JBL has to go. Maybe he's gonna interfere in the Rumble match? Who knows, but it will be interesting to see, for sure. 9.5/10

Tazz and JR can call the Rumble match extremely well, so good booking decision to choose them to call it. I think it would have been more believable if a video package was included, because video packages show the important of a match, imo. Number one entry is Finlay. I think that's a pretty good choice, but then John Cena's number two!! Wow, if you're shocking me before the match starts with entries, that's an obvious signal that this match is gonna be full of surprises. I look at Cena as somebody who enters after number 20, not as number 2. I don't see him winning now that he entered so late. You have a lot of detail between entrants, which is excellent and shows the amount of effort you've put in to the match. Finlay's fight in the beginning took me back a little bit, but I'm glad to know that Cena isn't Mr. Superman or anything, because that would mean he would win the match. Don't think Finlay would ever 'toy' with his opponents. He would probably just beat them down until they can't get up. Good that you had them try for eliminations before somebody else entered, because that's realistic and more entertaining for the Rumble Match. It seems as if Kenny is the number 3 jobber in a lot of threads, including mine (I think, can't even remember my own Rumble Match). Usually he's quickly eliminated and it's back to number one and two, but I guess you took a different approach than that. Matt Hardy as number four is a really good choice, especially since he's an upper mid-carder, the new United States Champion, and competed earlier tonight. Cena goes for the FU early, but no, Finlay gets out. I expect Cena to hit the FU eventually, even if it's out of the ring, but glad that it didn't happen so early. You kept Matt's momentum going by having him eliminate Dykstra. SHAWN MICHAELS!!! Wow, having Shawn come in at number five was totally unexpected. Sucks now because I don't think he'll win the match at number five, but I guess I'll wait and see what goes down. Shawn might get screwed by JBL, tbh, but I'm not quite sure. Quite a few big names here in the opening, which might be a little too overboard. Joey Mercury comes in, and shortly after, Joey Mercury goes out, courtesy of The Showstopper. Excellent decision, since by the sounds of the commentating, Mercury hasn't been doing much anyways. Didn't know Jamie Noble as been Cruiserweight Champion for a year. This makes him much stronger doing into the match for a Cruiserweight, so I expect he'll last a decent amount of time. Possibly another Cruiserweight will eliminate him to set up a match for the title at No Way Out, or even WrestleMania. Haas is a decent enough tag team competitor, so it's good you finally got one in the match. Number 8 is a good spot for Haas, so good booking. Mark Henry will probably dominate then get thrown out, so I'm just waiting for it. It could really work if Kane's number ten. Instead, Helms is number ten. I don't think this was the best number for Helms. Numbers 10, 20, and 30 should be for bigger names, even if you're pushing Helms. Finally we got some more eliminations going, but I think having Noble go out like that was a little upsetting, even if it was by Mark Henry. Finlay sure didn't last long, which was a shame, tbh.
Burke comes in and goes after Haas. Pretty obvious, yet realistic and effective . Brian Kendrick is a good number 12 entry, but with Mark Henry still in there, he'll probably get squashed quickly. But of course, you're too good of a booker for that and have Cena eliminate Henry. Superman, pft, but I guess it builds up Cena's strength and credibility. It's actually a good way to get rid of Henry, tbh. And then Haas gets vengeance from the tag team match earlier and eliminates Burke, which was also a good decision. Ric Flair as number 13?! I guess it's fitting since you have him as a tag team wrestler. Haas and Flair teaming up when Flair entered was a no surprise, and was a great way to put the two over as a team. I figured Haas and Flair would double team and eliminate somebody shortly after Flair entered, but I guess it just wasn't meant to be. Jeff Hardy as entry number 14 is fairly good, and I can see him lasting quite a while. Having CM Punk enter at number 15 builds up his credibility in a way, and it was an alright choice for this entrant. CM Punk gets even more credibility by entering and quickly eliminating Helms, since I think Punk may be the only person in the match to have done this so far. And then J.Hardy gets rid of Haas, which was another good move because it separated a team, meaning that the matchup will slightly change. It's a shame that Nitro has entered and Mercury is gone, but this way it doesn't mean that the ring's been piling up with tag teams. Kane coming in was good, but I expected some eliminations to come, and it disappointed when he didn't get any before the next entrant. I guess having 9 superstars in the ring at once isn't that bad, though, because it's not overly crowded, but there are still a good enough to keep the match going. HAAS COSTS FLAIR WITH A DISTRACTION!!! Did not see that coming, but the attack afterwards was expected, and was appropriate. Sabu seems like a filler at number 18, but it doesn't matter, because it depends how you've booked him in your thread. If he's been booked half decent, some of that may drop because more people would be focused on Haas's attack than Sabu's entrance into the match, tbh. Sabu bringing the chair into the ring did give him the right attention, and it was excellently written. Realistic that Sabu would bring a chair with him, since it's pretty obvious he has anal sex with steel chairs JBL IS IN THE RUMBLE~! I did not see that one coming at all. I thought that he would screw somebody out, but I guess he's gonna compete. JBL going to the commentators table was great, and it suited him perfectly. Finlay comes back and eliminates Cena!! Finlay must have come from backstage since Cena eliminated him ages ago. Not really liking the fact that it could possibly be Cena/Finlay at WrestleMania, but if it does turn out to be that, I'll have to see how you book it.
Paul London as number 20 is too small of a name, and he enters, but his partner is out right away. That kinda was a let down, but I guess the fans can't get everything they want Nitro probably would have sold the Chokeslam to the outside well, so it was good for him to get eliminated like that. Commentators said Carlito hasn't been doing much lately in better words, which is a shame, tbh. He has great ability and potential, and hopefully you'll start to use him more in your thread. Double leg drops by the Hardys were good, but I'm disappointed it happened on HBK. None-the-less, the fans would have liked them. Mr. Kennedy as Number 22 is great, and Kennedy is definitely a favourite to win the Rumble now that he's lost his United States Championship. Kennedy talking on the microphone before he actually competed was unique, but I don't know if it should've happened. Kennedy targeting Matt Hardy is obvious realism. Batista as number 23 is also a great move, because I can actually see Batista going on to win the match. Batista eliminating Kane was huge, and it gave him a lot of momentum right off the back. JBL finally gets into the match, but Sweet Chin Music~! That was perfect, and it was unique booking to even include JBL in the matchup. Wow, all the big names are being saved up for the end, which is realistic. However, I think they should be spread out more, but that's just me. I don't see Jericho going to the end, but possibly final 6? Jericho got in, but didn't do much as Michaels put him to a halt. Sabu is eliminated thanks to Batista, which keeps his momentum going. This keeps my bets on Batista for winning the match. I'm glad you gave London some attention with some good offense, because we know he's not going to win so he needs to look good somehow. Umaga caused serious damage right away by eliminating London and Punk at the same time. This immediately got Umaga over as the unstoppable force of the match. Carlito going was alright, but I was hoping he would stick around a little longer. I'm surprised the Hardys haven't been separated yet, but I have a distinct feeling it will happen soon. Undertaker at Number 26! You're making it even more unpredictable on who's going to win. Undertaker was probably the best person to use to get rid of Umaga, but Batista eliminates Taker! I'm marking out since Batista's chances of winning keep getting better and better. MVP as lucky number 27 is an excellent entrant choice, but there's just no way that he's going to win, tbh. It became even more obvious that MVP wouldn't win when he hardly got any momentum when he entered. Matt had a good run in the match, which gave him more champion credibility, but Kennedy eliminating him was the best thing to do. Triple H as number 28 is another huge decision. Now I'm leaning towards Triple H winning, so excellent booking on your part making it extremely unpredictable. Batista, or Triple H, imo, but Shawn Michaels is the dark horse at this point. Jeff Hardy going short after Matt was also good, because finally getting rid of Hardys would do good favours at this point. Batista and Jericho teaming up is different, but I think it just happened, and it's not going to lead to anything.
I forgot about Shelton, but I guess it was because Burke was already eliminated. I expect Benjamin/Burke team to get quite a push, and I think it will really play into effect over the next couple of weeks. MVP didn't last the longest, but I think he got some decent credibility out of it. Rey Mysterio is Number 30~! Sort of shocked, and I don't think he's the best person you could choose for that entry. Mysterio and Shelton go at it, and Shelton getting eliminated was no surprise whatsoever. However, I think Shelton still made a name for himself in some sense. This next bit of action was fabulous, and I really enjoyed it. TRIPLE H ELIMINATES BATISTA!!!!! Did not see this coming this early, and Batista was my favourite to win!! This definitely puts Triple H over, but Batista put on an amazing showing and got a lot of credibility. The Triple H/Michaels moment was wonderful, and it would have gotten every single person in the arena standing on their feet, tbh. SHAWN MICHAELS ELIMINATES TRIPLE H!!! Wow, there goes the next obvious favourite, which leaves in my mind that Michaels is going to win. Kennedy is definitely an option, however. The action here was absolutely great, and Chris Jericho being the next to go wasn't a surprise, and it was the best booking decision you were left with. Kennedy eliminating Rey gets him a lot of strength to put himself up against the hometown boy Shawn Michaels in the final two. Kennedy just isn't ready for WrestleMani yet, tbh, so I can see HBK winning from Entry Number 5. Kennedy and Michaels put on a good one-on-one battle. SHAWN MICHAELS WINS THE RUMBLE!!!! It's absolutely incredible, tbh, and an excellent booking decision. I think it will be Michaels vs. Orton at 'Mania (Haven't read Raw so don't know if it's been announced), but I think Michaels vs. Edge would be far better. 10/10

Overall, all I can say is Wow. This was a fantastic event, and I had an awesome time reading it. Weakest match was the Tag Titles, but tbh, it wasn't really that weak of a match. The Royal Rumble Match had amazing detail, quality, and delivery, as did the entire event. Possibly PPV of the Year, without a doubt. Fantastic job! Overall Rating = 84/90 = 93%
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Raw looks fucking awesome. The Royal Rumble was fucking awesome
But I will just review Raw now if thats ok? And I will try and get a Royal Rumble review done too.
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ECW on Sci-Fi Preview
Tuesday January 30, 2007
Houston, Texas

Two Draft Picks - New Era!

Tonight ECW on Sci-Fi makes it's debut and with it's two newest acquisitions things are sure to get ugly. Last night on Raw when ECW GM Paul Heyman announced Rob Van Dam and Mr. Kennedy as the two new draft picks immediately both men got into one another's faces. It's sure to heat up on ECW tonight whenever Paul Heyman makes a big announcement. What is the announcement about though? Find out on ECW on Sci-Fi tonight!


Friday Night Smackdown Preview
Friday February 2, 2007
Houston, Texas

Deadman Cometh

The Undertaker made his return to the WWE at the Royal Rumble whenever he came in during the match and eliminated Umaga before being thrown out by Batista. Surely things will be heating up between Umaga and The Undertaker soon but first tonight Undertaker finds himself in action...against the "World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry. Henry has been on a tear through Smackdown in the past few months. Can the Undertaker win a match in his return to Smackdown for the first since August?

Rated R for Ridiculous

Last Sunday at the Royal Rumble Edge pulled one out of his head. Thanks to Paul Burchill and a tape recorder Edge was able to retain his World-Heavyweight Championship. Edge played the recording of Angle in a previous promo saying "I Quit" which was loud enough for the referee that was down to hear. Apparently we here at WWE.com can confirm that Kurt Angle has not been cleared to compete tonight and won't be for a few weeks.

Live for the Dream

We have a new United States Champion and his name is Matt Hardy. Hardy was victorious over former Smackdown superstar and now current ECW extremist Mr. Kennedy to take Kennedy's title at the Rumble. Later on in the night Matt found himself in the Royal Rumble match and had the longest run of his life in the match. Things are bright for Matt Hardy and will he make the most of them now that he is the United States Champion?


Well as you can tell ECW will be going up with Smackdown for now. Most likely until after WrestleMania. But um ECW is going to be in all recap except for the opening promo and Smackdown is in full. It might go up tonight but if not it will be up tomorrow.

Also, I'm going to be working on reviews soon for everybody that gave me reviews for the Rumble. I know people are still reviewing it but I really don't have time to be waiting so if you still are feel free to post them in here. I need to get moving on though so I can get past No Way Out and really get to WrestleMania. Hope you all understand.
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Nice preview for Smackdown!. I think The Undertaker/Henry match will end with Umaga interfering, the and two monsters demolishing "The Phenom". Also, I think RVD was a good choice for ECW but I don't Mr. Kennedy was. I'd prefer him on RAW or Smackdown! (but that's probably just me though). Are you bringing back the ECW World Championship? If so, I can see RVD being the best man to get the belt.
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ECW on Sci-Fi
Tuesday January 30, 2007
Houston, Texas

Bodies by Drowning Pool hits as the ECW video package plays. It closes out with the new ECW logo being shown before we cut into the arena.

Joey Styles: Hello everybody and welcome to the first ever edition of ECW on Sci-Fi! I’m Joey Styles and this is my partner Tazz.

Tazz: Joey it’s great to be back home, as I’d like to call it. I never would have thought that six years ago ECW would be alive again!

Joey Styles: Neither did I Tazz but thanks to a little bit of help from Mr. McMahon, Paul Heyman, and the ECW Originals we are back on air!

Tazz: And speaking of Paul Heyman he is here to kick our show off tonight…

This is Extreme hits across the arena as out steps the General Manager of ECW Paul Heyman. Heyman makes his way down the ramp dressed up in a suit before he gets into the ring and walks around as a big ECW chant breaks out. The fans are cheering big time as Heyman bows down and thanks the fans for being here.

Paul Heyman: Thank you!

The crowd goes wild as Heyman first speaks.

Paul Heyman: I never would have thought that we’d be back on the air ever again. But it’s thanks to each and every one of you fans that wouldn’t shut up! That wouldn’t be denied! That wouldn’t let them tell you that ECW is dead! That is why we are back here tonight and that is why we are on the road to WrestleMania for the first time ever!

Heyman looks around the arena smiling.

Paul Heyman: I’m sure most of you tuned into the Royal Rumble two nights ago. Well let’s just say things didn’t go exactly the way the ECW originals wanted it to. Rob Van Dam didn’t win the WWE title to bring back home with him to ECW. But not only is Rob Van Dam coming here to ECW but we’ve also managed to gain another “big name” if you’d like to call it that.

The crowd boos Mr. Kennedy, as they clearly don’t like him.

Paul Heyman: Mr. Kennedy is the future of ECW. I saw something in him a long time ago when he first arrived on Smackdown and I have a feeling that he is going to be something big here on ECW. I know most of you don’t like the fact he is here. I didn’t pick him for any reason. I know he doesn’t embody the ECW originals but I know that he has a future here and I’m positive about that.

The crowd boos Heyman for this part.

Paul Heyman: Just ba…

Turn Up the Treble hits across the arena as out steps Mr. Kennedy! The newest member of the ECW roster makes his way down the ramp looking pissed off to be here. Kennedy doesn’t even bother doing his own introduction as he walks over and grabs a mic.


The crowd cheers, as they clearly don’t want Mr. Kennedy here.

Paul Heyman: Listen Ken there isn’t a thing I can do about it. What’s done is done. You’re here and we’re go…

Mr. Kennedy: Damn it Paul! I’m not here to play games with you. It’s bullshit why I’m even here in the first place. You know that I don’t want to be here so you decide to pick me anyways in that stupid little draft? Just in case you missed the Royal Rumble not only did I lose my United States title but I also was the runner up in the Royal Rumble match that I did lose as well.

The crowd pops for this, as Kennedy looks very angry.

Mr. Kennedy: Shut up! It’s not funny. Unless you want me to screw over and bury ECW in the ground before it can even get started up again I suggest that you trade me back now or there will be severe consequences.

Heyman looks at Kennedy quickly interrupting him before he can talk again.

Paul Heyman: Ken calm down. I know you don’t want to be here more than anybody! But please just listen. You’re already in the running here for the ECW Championship. You see because I’ve arranged for an Extreme Rules Tournament to take place over the next few weeks. And it’s just your luck that you’re in this tournament.

Heyman points to the screen as the following brackets are shown for the tournament.

Mr. Kennedy vs. Justin Credible
Tommy Dreamer vs. Sandman

Sabu vs. Stevie Richards
Rob Van Dam vs. Balls Mahoney

Paul Heyman: Oh and by the way…your match is next!

Kennedy looks irate as Heyman leaves to a nice pop for the tournament being announced. This is Extreme hits across the arena as Heyman exits before we head over to ringside.

Joey Styles: A big tournament has been set up and will last over the next few weeks here on ECW and I’m really excited to see who our first ECW champion will be.

Tazz: An interesting note is that only of the extremists in the match is not an Original and that is of course Mr. Kennedy!

Joey Styles: I still think Mr. Kennedy has just as good of a chance as winning as does any other Extremist in the match!


Mr. Kennedy and Credible both open up the first ever ECW on Sci-Fi with a very impressive match with one another. This match is the first ECW Championship tournament match being contested under Extreme rules. Kennedy is able to get a good match out of Credible, as this is Credible’s first appearance in WWE since 2003. Kennedy is hit in the face by a big steel chair shot from Credible early on in the match as Credible looks to capitalize on the match and get a big upset win over the former United States Champion. Credible pulls Kennedy up looking for the That’s Incredible! Onto the steel chair but Kennedy was able to boot Credible off. Justin bounced off the ropes right into a drop toehold sending Credible face first onto the mat. Kennedy picks Credible up and hits the Mic Check hard as he throws Credible over making the cover for the win.

After the match a quick interview takes place with "Dashing" Danny Doring hyping himself up. Doring talks about how he's the biggest thing in ECW history and how next week in that very ring he makes his return to the ECW ring!


WrestleMania Rewind - WrestleMania II

WrestleMania emenates from three different arenas as all three main events are shown from each arena.

We come back from the break to a video hype package on Sabu. The video package hypes the Homicidal, Suicidal, and Genocidal Death Defying Sabu. It closes out with him pointing to the sky before we head down to ringside.

In the second match of the evening we get a quick hype match towards next’s week’s tournament matches. Tommy Dreamer teams with Sabu to take on Sandman and Stevie Richards in an interesting pairing of teams. The match gets a small amount of time before the main event is set to go on next. The match ends whenever Sandman tries to bring his Singapore Cane into the ring, which is illegal in this tag match, but he swings and misses. Sandman turns around right into a dropkick from Sabu into the arms of Tommy Dreamer! Dreamer hits the Dreamer DDT before throwing Sandman over and covering. Sabu was able to knock Richards out of the ring before he could get in and it’s over! Dreamer pinned his opponent for next week as Dreamer and Sabu both have their hands raised.

We head backstage to get a small hype interview with Rob Van Dam. Kelly Kelly asks Rob how it feels to be back at home here on ECW. Rob says not only does it feel great but also that he will be the one to become the first ever ECW champion. Rob says that his dream of being both WWE champion and ECW champion were shattered this past Sunday at the Royal Rumble but now that he is no longer on Raw he has a priority ahead of him to go on to No Way Out and capture the ECW Championship. Because nobody gets higher than R…V…D!


In our main event Rob Van Dam takes on Balls Mahoney in the final match of the evening and the second opening match of the tournament. Balls puts up a good fight but it was clear from the get go that RVD came out here ready to fight tonight to redeem his loss. However Balls will not lie down as the Chair Swinging Freak throws his chair at RVD’s head laying him out. Balls walks over to pick RVD up for the Nutcracker Suite but RVD instead trips Mahoney face first into the turnbuckle. RVD picks the chair up and hits big Chair Surf but only gets a two count. RVD rolls Mahoney into the middle of the ring before RVD pulls a table out from underneath the ring. RVD sets the table up to which Balls attacks RVD from behind before throwing RVD onto the table. Balls looks to climb the ropes but RVD is able to quickly get off the table and Superplex Mahoney through the table with amazing strength. RVD crawls over to make a cover but only gets a two count again! RVD and Balls are putting on a clinic for the fans in the first ever-main event to which RVD now quickly climbs the top turnbuckle leaping off and finally ending the match with the Five Star Frog Splash, which Balls Mahoney was laying on a chair! RVD rolls over making the cover and moving on in the tournament. RVD gets to his feet celebrating his win as Mr. Kennedy is at the top of the ramp clapping sarcastically as RVD has his hand raised as the show ends!

Quick Results:

ECW Championship Tournament Match: Mr. Kennedy def. Justin Credible
Sabu and Tommy Dreamer def. Stevie Richards and The Sandman
ECW Championship Tournament: Rob Van Dam def. Balls Mahoney


Friday Night Smackdown
Friday February 2, 2007
Houston, Texas

Rise Up by Drowning Pool hits across the arena as the Smackdown video package plays before it ends with Edge holding his World-Heavyweight title in the air. The camera pans around the arena before we head down to ringside.

Michael Cole: Fresh off the Royal Rumble five nights ago we welcome you to a special edition of Smackdown tonight here in Houston!

Tazz: That is right Cole. We’ve got a special guest from Raw here tonight in John Cena plus we’ve got a big main event as the Undertaker makes his return to the squared circle!

Michael Cole: Undertaker will meet the “World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry tonight in which will be nothing short of a classic.

Medal hits across the arena as out steps the man that fell short in the I Quit Match this past week at the Royal Rumble, Kurt Angle! Angle walks out with his shoulder wrapped up big time as apparently he might have injured his shoulder. Angle gets into the ring slowly as he walks over grabbing a mic.

Kurt Angle: As you can tell I did hurt myself this past Sunday at the Royal Rumble.

The crowd boos and a big Angle chant breaks out.

Kurt Angle: While I do appreciate the support there is not much I can do at this time as I must wait and let it heal. But I’ve been told that I should be ready for time to be in action at WrestleMania and I am damn well looking forward to April First so I can step into that ring at WrestleMania and steal the show once again!

The crowd pops.

Kurt Angle: Now this past Sunday I did come up short in my quest but I was robbed of my title match because I did not say I Quit! I never said those five letters and JBL damn well near knows that. But there isn’t anything I can do right now because I am not medically cleared to wrestle but what I can do is call Edge out right here now!

The crowd boos Edge.

Kurt Angle: So Edge get your ass out here right now!

Angle grabs at his shoulder as Angle waits for Edge to make his way out. However he looks up and sees that Edge is backstage standing by with his World-Heavyweight title and he has Paul Burchill by his side.

Edge: Hold it there Kurt! Hold it just right there!

The crowd boos the sight of Edge on the big screen as he soaks it in.

Edge: Maybe I need to remind you of what I just did to you only five nights ago? Do you remember that night Kurt? Do you remember when I drug you around the SBC Center and beat the holy hell out of you? Do you remember whenever I crushed your shoulder in thanks to that ladder? Is it all fresh Kurt? Because if it’s not I can make it fresh in your memory.

Edge points to the screen behind him as a few clips play of the match but focuses on Angle’s shoulder being crushed in as the crowd “oooo’s” at watching it. Shortly after the clip ends and we head back into the arena to see Angle.

Edge: That’s further reminder right there to you Kurt. You say that you didn’t say I Quit last week but I think the fans heard you clearly? I think they heard you shout it out across the arena and yelling that you really are a quitter! It’s obvious to all of these fans! You let them down Kurt! You showed that not only are you a quitter but that you are a fluke! Every title reign you’ve had has been a fluke and well you don’t have to worry about getting another title shot for a while because you can’t have another one as long as I am champion.

A visibly frustrated Angle is pacing from side to side in the ring looking ready to explode.

Kurt Angle: Edge I’ve really had enough of your constant shit. If I could wrestle you tonight I’d beat the living hell out of you. But since I’m not cle…

Edge: Kurt you wouldn’t do a damn thing!

The crowd watches Angle as he continues to pace from side to side.

Edge: Kurt you need to face it! You need to realize that I am over you. You won’t be getting another title shot for a while so you might as well back off. I’ve got more important stuff to worry about such as my Champions versus Contender’s Match at No Way Out! I’ve got a deranged lunatic in Shawn Michaels that is going to be in that match and he might end up coming after my title!

The crowd pops for HBK.

Edge: So I thi…

Kurt Angle: Shut up!

The crowd pops, as Edge looks ready to come into the arena and beat right into Angle.

Kurt Angle: I’ve had enough of your damn rambling on. I didn’t come here tonight to listen to this crap anymore. I’ve had enough of that for the past eight months. You thought you could pull one over my head Edge right? You thought that if you played that recording then you could get me to quit right? Well you’re wrong! I ddin’t cheat and I was wronged out of a title that damn well could very well be around my shoulders right now! Instead of this cast…

Angle points to his cast.

Kurt Angle: If you had any balls you’d come out here right now Edge and face me man to man! But I seriously doubt you will because you and Burchill need some alone time!

Edge and Burchill look irate as they disappear off the screen and march into the arena! The crowd boos Edge and Burchill making their way in, as they look set to run down the ramp. However the stop as Edge still has his microphone in hand.

Edge: Kurt very funny! But like I said earlier maybe it’s time for you to move on? I moved on so now you will too….

Angle wonders just what in the hell Edge is talking about! He turns around right into a sledgehammer shot to the shoulder! It’s Triple H! Triple H is standing over Kurt Angle in the ring and the fans don’t have a damn clue why! Triple H looks down at Angle as he picks Angle up and slings him into he corner. Angle is pretty much defenseless right now thanks to his injured shoulder as Hunter ends up Irish whipping Kurt into the opposing turnbuckles. Kurt comes off right into a big Spinebuster that shakes the ring! Triple H scoops Angle up before dropping Angle in the middle of the ring with a Pedigree as Angle rolls around the ring! Triple H looks around the arena as the fans are confused as to what just happened! Medics run down the ramp as Edge and Burchill are now gone as Hunter is making his way up the ramp slowly and methodically as he watches the chaos he just caused in the ring!

Michael Cole: I’d like to know just why Triple H stuck his damn business in this tonight! He has no business being here at all!

Tazz: I can tell you this though Michael! Triple H did lose this past Monday on Raw so maybe he’s looking to take his anger out on somebody?

Michael Cole: But come on Tazz! Why did it have to be Kurt Angle? Everybody knows he’s got a injured shoulder so why did Triple H have to take advantage of it!

Tazz: I have no clue Cole but when we come back from the break, we’ll be seeing our WWE Tag Team Champions in action!


Match #1
Brian Kendrick and Paul London vs. Deuce and Domino

Match Overview: Deuce and Domino team together to take on the tag champs in a non-title match. Both teams put on a good match as we are first shown Deuce and Domino attacking London and Kendrick two weeks ago on Smackdown! This match gets a decent bit of time to kick the show off in which the match starts to boil down towards the ending. Domino is the legal man as he has Kendrick in the ring right now. The Cruiserweight Champion, Jamie Noble, makes his way down the ramp slowly, which distracts Paul London in the process! Kendrick has no clue that London got distracted and it’s all thanks to Noble that distracts the referee. The referee tries to kick Noble out but it gives time for Deuce to tag in with a loud slap and have Domino hold Kendrick before he hit the Crack em in da mouth! Deuce quickly throws Kendrick over covering for the win

Winners: Deuce and Domino

Deuce and Domino slide to the ring yelling “OOOO….HHH” as they both help Cherry back to their car. Noble is on the outside of the ring as he looks down at London. Noble looks as if he is about to attack London but Kendrick quickly slides to the outside of the ring. Kendrick gets in Noble’s face as Noble backs up the ramp. Kendrick has London on his feet as the fans applaud the tag champs for their effort here tonight!

We now head backstage to see Maryse standing by.

Maryse: Ladies and gentlemen at this time I’d like to welcome the NEW United States Champion…. Matt Hardy!

In walks the champion Matt Hardy with his title around his shoulder. Hardy walks over to Maryse as he waves his title in the camera.

Matt Hardy: Maryse it’s great to be here tonight but it’s even better because right now you’re looking at the NEW United States Champion!

Maryse: Matt you’re fresh off winning your title this past Sunday at the Royal Rumble and now that Mister Kennedy is on ECW what are your plans for the title?

Matt Hardy: It’s a good thing that Mr. Kennedy is gone because well I’d grown tired of his act. He always came out here running his mouth about how he was better than Matt Hardy and so on and so forth. Well I proved this Sunday that I am the better man whenever I pinned Mr. Kennedy right in the middle of the ring.

The crowd watches Hardy throw his fingers up.

Matt Hardy: One…Two…Three!!!

Hardy looks over at Maryse as she is smiling.

Maryse: So whom do you consider right now your biggest “threat” to your title?

Matt Hardy: Maryse I’m rea…

Voice: That’d be me!

The camera shifts over to reveal Kenny Dykstra and Ashley Massaro. Ashley is with Kenny right now despite them not dating but they’re currently just friends.

Matt Hardy: And just who are y…

Kenny Dykstra: Matt don’t act like you don’t know who I am! I’m the man that you threw out of the Royal Rumble Sunday. The man that you feel that you’re just go…

Matt Hardy: Oh you looked awful familiar. What happened to the cheerleader act?

The crowd pops as Hardy looks at an irate Dykstra.

Kenny Dykstra: Very funny Matt! Very funny! You know I think it’s pretty funny as well that you actually think that you’re a big threat here on Smackdown now that you have the US title. But well I’ve talked to Smackdown GM JBL tonight and well I think he’s ready for someone to already take the title off of your hands….that’s where I come in!

Hardy is shown laughing as Ashley cracks a laugh too. Kenny looks at Ashley as she stops laughing and Kenny looks directly at Matt Hardy.

Kenny Dykstra: You just wait till later tonight. We’ll see who gets the last laugh! Come on Ashley let’s go!

Ashley walks off with Kenny as we head off to a commercial break.


Michael Cole: Well coming up right now we’ve been told that CM Punk is going to be in tag team action!

Tazz: I really wonder just whom Punk could have found to be his partner here tonight?

Match #2
CM Punk and Rey Mysterio vs. William Regal and Dave Taylor

Match Overview: This gets a decent bit of time as we get some fun and exciting tag team action here tonight on Smackdown. Regal and Taylor have been showcased a lot the past few weeks and it continue here tonight. Punk has been on a roll since debuting last month, as he has not been pinned yet! Punk’s winning streak looks to continue here tonight as him and Taylor are left in the ring right now! Regal tries to interfere and stick his nose in the match right now as the illegal man but Mysterio takes care of business by dropkicking Regal to the outside! Mysterio quickly hits a big Plancha over the ropes onto Regal on the floor! Taylor and Punk are going at in the ring as Taylor gets a rollup on Punk but it’s not enough! Taylor shoves Punk into the ropes as Taylor grabs Punk but Punk breaks through and hits a big DDT on Taylor! Punk grabs Taylor before he hits the big knee to the face in the corner! Punk watches as Taylor comes out off the mat right into his arms into the Go to Sleep! But Punk doesn’t stop there as he locks in the Anaconda Vice and Punk is the winner once again as Taylor taps out

Winners: CM Punk and Rey Mysterio

Punk and Mysterio celebrate their win as Regal is climbing back onto his feet. Regal is heard yelling “We’ll get you Punk!” as Mysterio and Punk celebrate with the fans.

Michael Cole: A big win tonight here for the fan favorites in CM Punk and Rey Mysterio! But it seems William Regal has some unfinished beef with CM Punk.

Tazz: I think that they are obviously jealous of what Punk has accomplished in his short time here in the WWE.

The camera shifts backstage to reveal John Cena walking backstage.

Michael Cole: Well when we come back we’ll be seeing John Cena in the ring!


My Time is Now rings across the arena as out steps the Doctor of Thuganomics John Cena! Cena makes his way down the ramp to a nice ovation for his first appearance on Smackdown since the summer of 2005! The fans pop for Cena making a homecoming to Smackdown tonight as he walks around with a mic in hand! Cena waits as the crowd is going nuts tonight as he looks around the arena with a smile.

John Cena: Yo…yo…yo…yo…yo!

The crowd goes nuts as a big Cena chant breaks out as Cena soaks it in.

John Cena: Now tonight I wanted to come here…kick back and have a bit of fun on my return to Smackdown but it seems that I’ve got something a lot more serious than that to take care of tonight!

The crowd boos knowing that Cena is talking about Finlay.

John Cena: As most of you know that dumb Irish son of a bitch robbed me of my spot in the Royal Rumble whenever he came out there and eliminated me. But oh it’s not about that anymore. This is personal. When Finlay put his hands on me he woke up a beast inside of me. He woke up a side of me that I’ve never seen before myself!

The crowd pops as Cena walks around the ring.

John Cena: It’s a side that I don’t want to see or let you the fans see. But what Finlay did I will not let is slide by! I cannot and will not back down from a fight and that is why I am here tonight! I issued Finlay a challenge for No Way Out and I want a damn answer…

John Cena: NOW!

The crowd pops wanting to know if Finlay is going to answer Cena’s challenge. Cena is waiting in the ring as he wants Finlay to come down now.

John Cena: Come on you stupid son of a bitch! You had no problem coming down here in the Royal Rumble so why don’t you get your ass down here right now?

Lambeg plays around the arena as Finlay makes his way onto the stage. Finlay stops at the ramp and points his shillelagh at Cena. Finlay slowly makes his way down the ramp as he is tempted to get into the ring but isn’t quiet so sure about it.

John Cena: What’s wrong Finlay? You had no problem blasting me with that shillelagh Sunday when I was down? Why don’t you grow some balls and get into this ring right now with me? That is if you Irish men do indeed have any!

The crowd pops as Finlay looks at Cena. Finlay slowly climbs the ropes before he gets into the ring. Finlay wields his shillelagh at Cena warning him to say something again.

Finlay: You say one more thing and I’ll shove this shillelagh so far up your ass that you won’t be abl…

John Cena: Able to what Finlay? I know you’re just trying to get into my head. You and the other twenty people that came before you! You damn well know that I’ve been in a lot of fights before and that I’ve never backed down from one fight before! You’re no different than anybody else that has gotten their ass handed to them by me!

Cena looks at Finlay as Finlay gets right into the face of Cena.

John Cena: I gave you five days Finlay. Now are you going to man up and fight me or are you going to be the real coward that you are?

Finlay: Ya’ see Cena. If I could face you at No Way Out I would…

Cena shows a smile knowing that Finlay is cowering out right now. Cena looks at Finlay once again.

John Cena: What’s wrong this time Finlay? Did you hurt your hip? What did you do?

Finlay looks at Cena as Cena still looks pissed that Finlay said no.

Finlay: Cena I’ve been experiencing some back problems recently and well I think it’d be for the best that I sit this one out.

The crowd boos Finlay, as Cena looks really pissed. Cena looks ready to explode as Finlay looks at Cena wondering why he’s pissed.

John Cena: Seems right. Most of you co…

Finlay: BUT! I have found a representative for me…

Down the ramp comes MVP! No music or anything as he rolls into the ring as Finlay rolls out. Cena tried to pull Finlay back into the ring but Cena turns around throwing rights at Cena. MVP springs off the ropes right into a big shoulder block from Cena. Cena bends down as he hits the five-knuckle shuffle! The fans go wild as Cena picks MVP back up throwing him onto his shoulders for the F-U but Finlay slides into the ring as Cena had his back turned and he hits Cena with a big low blow thanks to the help of the shillelagh. Finlay removes the shillelagh from the legs of Cena as Cena falls down as MVP rolls out of the ring! Finlay holds MVP’s hand high in the air as the fans boo Finlay.

Michael Cole: Finlay has backed out of facing Cena at No Way Out but instead he has picked MVP to represent him!

Tazz: I like Cena think that Finlay is playing this game because he really is scared of Cena!

Michael Cole: Well when we come back from the break…”The Big Red Machine” Kane will be in action! It’s next!


WrestleMania Countdown: 58 Days to WrestleMania

Match #3
Kane vs. Kid Kash

Match Overview: Quick match to get Kane in action tonight. Kid Kash of course doesn’t get much offense in on Kane as Kane was able to hit Kash with a big clothesline to turn the tide of the match late on in the match. Kane came off the top rope hitting Kash down onto the mat with a big flying clothesline before picking Kash up and dropping him with a quick Chokeslam! Kane quickly covers getting the win!

Winner: Kane

Kane rolls to the outside of the ring before we head backstage to see Kristal standing by with Batista.

Kristal: Batista what are your thoughts and comments on Kane’s match just right now?

Batista: Kristal if you think I’m concerned about that Big Red Freak then you need to think again! I eliminated both Kane and The Undertaker this past Sunday at the Royal Rumble! I’d like to meet a man that has the honor of doing the same feat I did because there is not one! Kane poses no threat to me and I’ll run right through him if I have to again.

Kristal: Batista you’ve had problems with Kane in the past before so do you think they are going to affect you now?

Batista: I don’t have any problems with Kane! I just know that he’s a lunatic but I’m a damn animal! I’ll tear right through Kane if I have to no matter where it is. I embarrassed him Sunday and I’ll be glad to do it again just to show that to you Kristal. I’m not afraid of a soul on this roster because I don’t have a reason to be. There isn’t a person here on Smackdown that can or will stop me regardless of what you or anybody else thinks!

Kristal: Any final comments on Kane?

Batista: Enough of Kane! Let’s just put it this way. Tonight I’m going to be “watching” The Undertaker’s match at ringside just to “scout competition” if you know what I’m saying. But let’s just put it this way. If Undertaker knows what he has coming to him then he wouldn’t even show up here tonight!

Batista walks off as we head off to another commercial break.


Match #4
Matt Hardy vs. Kenny Dykstra

Match Overview: Hardy and Dykstra get a decent bit of time in the ring tonight but it’s basically to start a quick feud with one another before rolling into WrestleMania. Dykstra works a good match as he has Ashley on the outside who is playing a tweener right now and deciding if she wants to date Kenny or not. Dykstra took a bit of offense in the match but it wasn’t much as the match showcased the new champion for a bit. Hardy went on the offense as he hit a big Side Effect but covered to only get a two count. Hardy quickly rolls back onto his feet before getting back up and teasing Dykstra for the Twist of Fate. Hardy kicks Dykstra straight in the sternum as he goes for the Twist of Fate but Dykstra instead gets shoved off the ropes! Dykstra charges back at Hardy but Hardy instead scoops Dykstra up and this time finishes him off with the Twist of Fate! Hardy quickly kicks Dykstra over to cover and get the win!

Winner: Matt Hardy

A black screen comes across before the WrestleMania 23 logo flashes across the screen. After the logo disappears we see shots of Rob Van Dam leaping off the top ropes of the turnbuckle.

Narrator: The desire to compete and win…

Shots of superstars hitting their maneuvers and having their hands held high.

Narrator: The burning desire and feeling inside of you that wants out…

Shots of superstars doing their trademark taunt moves.

Narrator: The need to know that you are the best in this business…

Shots of past champions holding their titles in the air such as Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Triple H, Shawn Michaels and many others.

Narrator: The fact that you are willing to lay it all on the line…

Shots of great matches in WrestleMania history such as Jericho vs. HBK, Warrior vs. Hogan, Hart vs. Michaels, and many others.

Narrator: For that one night that comes only once a year…

Shots of each WrestleMania are briefly shown as they start to speed up.

Narrator: For the chance that your name could become embarked in the archives of history…

Shots of legends such as Hogan, Savage, Hart, DiBiase and many more are shown.

Narrator: Or the chance that you get to wrestle on the biggest stage of them all…

Shots of up and comers are shown with a few having wrestled at last year’s WrestleMania.

Narrator: WrestleMania 23 “Hotter than Hell”

The WrestleMania 23 logo comes back across

Narrator: Live Sunday April 1, 2007 from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida!


After the break we head backstage to see Smackdown GM John Bradshaw Layfield sitting in his office. In walks Chavo Guerrero, which is reminiscent of a few weeks back whenever Chavo walked in to JBL’s office asking for a favor.

Chavo Guerrero: Listen JBL ese’ I thought I would come in here and ask of a favor from you?

JBL: What is it Chavo? I’m kinda’ busy right now but I’ve got a little bit of time…

Chavo Guerrero: JBL all I’m asking for is a shot at the Cruiserweight Championship. I’m the greatest Cruiserweight champion alive and I really…really want to win that title again and make my familia proud again ese!

JBL: Chavo let me think about that for a bit. I’ve got a lot of work and I’ll get back to you on that one next week. Ok champ?

Chavo looks a little bit frustrated as he looks back at JBL.

Chavo Guerrero: I’ll see you later JBL…

Chavo walks out of the office as JBL ignores him continuing his paper work. Suddenly in walks to the office Edge and Paul Burchill.

Edge: John you got a second?

JBL: That’s Mister Layfield to you. I don’t give a damn who you are! In your case you might be the World-Heavyweight Champion but I run this show and I demand some respect!

Edge looks at JBL a little embarrassed.

Edge: Sorry Mister Layfield. Listen I thought about it tonight. What if Shawn Michaels comes to Smackdown and comes after my title! I can’t just be unprepared for something like that be,,..

JBL: Listen I’ve got some work to do. Hurry up and get to the damn point Edge!

The crowd actually pops for JBL as someone is finally telling Edge to shut up whether it is a heel or not!

Edge: What I’m trying to get at is that I don’t have a damn clue as to whom I’m going to face at WrestleMania! Now if that’s not fair or what then I don’t know what is! I don’t think it’s right that I’ve got to wait till this Monday to find out if I face Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania!

JBL: I can’t help you on that one Edge but let’s just say next week that I’ve got a big surprise for you waiting in that ring…

Edge: Huh? What the hell are you talking about?

JBL: As for now I need you to go. I’ve got a bit of work to take care of so I’ll see you next week in the ring!

Edge walks out of the room storming as Burchill walks out with him. JBL gets back to work now as we head off to ringside.

Michael Cole: Well a big surprise next week for Edge and I just wonder what that is but right now it’s time for our main event!

Tazz: Whenever we return from the break it’ll be The Undertaker making his in-ring return to Smackdown for the first time since August as he takes on Mark Henry!


Match #5
The Undertaker vs. Mark Henry

Match Overview: The main event gets a decent bit of time as it’s mainly used to hype up the Undertaker’s return to in-ring action on Smackdown for the first time in nearly six months. Henry works over ‘Taker for a bit as he locks in a big Bear Hug trying to force ‘Taker to tap out but Undertaker is not going to have any of it. Undertaker breaks free but as he tries to spring off the ropes Henry pulls him back down onto the mat by his hair. Batista is at ringside watching and applauding as Henry looks over at Batista. Henry walks back over to ‘Taker but ‘Taker trips him up sending him to the outside of the ring. Undertaker rolls to the outside before ramming Henry back first into the barricade. Undertaker picks Henry back up before he throws the World’s Strongest Man into the steel steps. Undertaker walks over as the ref is counting him out before he rolls Henry back into the ring. Undertaker goes for the cover but gets a two count. Undertaker picks Henry back up as he tries for a Chokeslam but Henry shoves him off into the ropes. Undertaker moves out of the corner as Henry misses and Undertaker twists the arm of Henry before hitting Old School! Henry falls down onto the mat as Undertaker picks Henry up looking possibly for the Last Ride but out of nowhere Batista spears the Undertaker down onto the mat! Henry rolls to the outside as the ref calls for the bell.

Winner via DQ: The Undertaker

Batista watches as Umaga runs down the ramp. The Raw Superstar rolls into the ring as he is escorted by Armando Estrada. Estrada watches Umaga slide into the ring as Umaga gets Batista to pick Undertaker up. Umaga drops Undertaker with a big Samoan Spike before down comes Kane! Kane rushes down the ramp as Batista rolls out of the ring despite not being “afraid” of Kane. Umaga turns around right into a big Chokeslam from Kane! Kane watches Umaga roll to the outside now as Kane walks over to Undertaker who sits up! Batista is backing up the ramp right now before Longhorn hits across the arena stopping Batista.

JBL: Hold your horses right there gentlemen!

The crowd boos JBL appearing at the end of the show.

JBL: You see since all four of you can't seem to get along I've decided a way to settle this little ruckus we've got on our hands. Because at No Way Out it'll be "The Animal" Batista...

The crowd boos the Animal.

JBL: Teaming with Raw's Umaga...

The crowd boos Umaga as well.

JBL: To take on the reuniting Brothers of Destruction!

The crowd goes wild as Kane and Undertaker are in the ring showing a smile as the camera focuses on the BOD as the show ends.

Quick Results:

Deuce and Domino def. Brian Kendrick and Paul London
CM Punk and Rey Mysterio def. William Regal and Dave Taylor
Kane def. Kid Kash
Matt Hardy def. Kenny Dykstra
The Undertaker def. Mark Henry via DQ


WWE No Way Out
Sunday February 18, 2007
Sacramento, California
Official Theme Song: Power Trip by Monster Magnet

2nd Annual Champions versus Contenders Match
Randy Orton (c) and Edge (c) vs. Shawn Michaels and ???

Inter-Promotional Match
The Brothers of Destruction vs. Batista and Umaga

Inter-Promotional Challenge Match
John Cena vs. MVP w/ Finlay
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This BTB is fantasic man, i just sat here for about 4 hours and went through the whole thing lol. I loved the insanly long RVD title reign that he most deffentinly needed. And now you've got Orton and Edge as champs, exellent work. Keep it up.
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cena&torrierock's Review on Monday Night RAW

Opening Promo: That was really well-written. Shawn Michael's speech showed detail and emotion, which I really look for in promos and believe that they must have those qualities to be successful. Randy Orton coming out to take it to Michaels was expected, and I was expecting them to get physical and for some weird reason, I was shocked that Edge ambushed Michaels. I have a huge feeling that you're going to have a tag team match for the Main Event with Michaels & Partner vs. Rated RKO. Well back on topic, a great opening promo that was well-written and delivered the point nicely. All the text flowed and was good in detail, plus it showed emotion so good job!
Grade: 10/10

Jeff Hardy vs. Carlito: That was a good match. I enjoyed the recap as it highlighted the important parts of the match and several spots. Your choice of words also made it appealing, especially "Hardy kicked out with authority". Good job, I'm hoping for a Carlito vs. Hardy match for the IC Title at Wrestlemania. That'd be something great to watch, good job. I'm a bit confused though as to why the fans are cheering Carlito on after he pinned Jeff. Is Jeff heel? Anyway, great opening match.
Grade: 9/10

Jonathan Coachman & Rated RKO Backstage: I wasn't really expecting that, lol. When Coachman announced a tag match, I thought it would be for the Main Event, not No Way Out. Oh well, that's fine with me too. Hopefully you continue to build them up by possibly not having them physically interact that much to build the tension so you can increase the aggressiveness in the match come No Way Out.
Grade: 9/10

Todd Grisham & Charlie Haas Interview: This sounds very interesting. First off, I'd like to commend you for giving Charlie Haas a push. In many other BTBs I've read, the only mention of Charlie Haas was in the Heat results. Nice to know you're using someone really well. I'm wondering if you're going to have Flair vs. Haas at the pay-per-view, as good as it sounds, it just seems a bit weird to me. Maybe it's because I don't envision Haas as a pay-per-view person anymore after seeing the role has in the WWE right now but you could make that possible with some proper build-up and character development (which you've already succesfully begun with).
Grade: 10/10

Ric Flair vs. Umaga: Great match writing, and I liked how this match basically furthers two seperate feuds. However, I didn't like the idea of Umaga cleanly pinning Flair. If it were to further Haas vs. Flair, maybe Haas could've interfered to help Umaga cleanly pin Flair instead of him just sitting there.
Grade: 8/10

Armando Estrada Promo: Very nicely written. And I liked how you wrote it in a way that you can hear him say it in your head because of the words and spellings and such. I liked this promo because Estrada addressed Undertaker, hopefully there is some sort of interaction between the two next week or sometime before the next pay-per-view or whenever you have them face each other. I had an idea of them not interacting with each other at all until their pay-per-view match which would build tension and show dominance on their respective ends, and I can see you taking this sort of direction if you don't have them interact next week.
Grade: 10/10

ECW Promo: It was a bit predictable that Rob Van Dam would end up in ECW but I wasn't expecting you to draft a huge star in Kennedy to ECW. What Kennedy said was quite funny, seeing as ECW is the C-Show of the WWE but that's my opinion, others may see differently. Anyway, I can already see the beginning of a RVD/Kennedy feud which would "steal the show". It looks like the beginning of a feud that has potential to be great if booked right, and I'm sure you'll do that. Hopefully you can book ECW better than how it is being booked right now. Bring some "Extreme" back to it!
Grade: 9.5/10

Shelton Benjamin & Elijah Burke vs. the Highlanders: A good match that served it's purpose and like you said, to have the Champions get in a quick title defense. I'm hoping you go for two or three proper tag feuds with Burke & Benjamin before you even think of splitting them up. Burke vs. Benjamin would be great to see, but I'd like their partnership to last longer than one whole title feud. Have them feud against the Hooliganz, the Hardy Boyz, etc. Bring in some tag teams from the Indies, even! You can do a lot with these two and I'm really intrigued as to what direction you'll take them in.
Grade: 8.5/10

John Cena Promo: The promo was really intense and was written really well. The fact that you made Cena sound much smarter than he actually does on television deserves credit. He sounds like a 5-year old on crack on television when he makes promos but here he sounds like an adult with an agenda. Good job on making him sound much more mature than he really is.
Grade: 10/10

Victoria vs. Candice Michelle: I'm really glad you're having Victoria squash Candice as opposed to having Candice squash Victoria which is what I've seen in another BTB or two. This match continues Victoria's dominant streak, hopefully you're going somewhere with this. I'd hate to see her title reign end up consisting of squashes every week, and no proper storyline, much like Beth Phoenix's current title reign in the WWE. You should've had Victoria give Candice another Widow's Peak or have her cut a promo afterwards, IMO.
Grade: 8/10

Todd Grisham & Triple H Interview: A nice interview with Triple H expressing his ovbious disappointment of not Main Eventing Wrestlemania. I applaud you for not having Triple H main event Wrestlemania unlike several other BTBs that choose to do so otherwise. Not having Triple H in the Wrestlemania Main Events won't kill anyone and gives a chance for other superstars to shine. I just hope you don't place The Game in a feud against either Randy or Edge, basically whoever Shawn doesn't pick.
Grade: 9.5/10

Rob Van Dam vs. Triple H: A great match with a great ending. I'm really glad you had RVD leave RAW that way. I had to laugh when I tried imagining Triple H going ballistic with the sledgehammer, reminds me of Layla going ballistic with the wet noodle at the Memorial Day Bikini Blast Battle Royal. Anyway, nice Main Event. I was expecting Shawn Michaels to wrestle but hopefully you make up for it next week.
Grade: 10/10

Overall Grades:
Promos: 9.7/10
Matches: 8.7/10
Show: 9.3/10

It was a good edition of RAW - my only problems were the fact that not much was done to further the characters of the Champions in Burke/Benjamin and Victoria. Also, the fact that Haas didn't do anything but watch Flair get pinned cleanly annoyed me, he should've interfered to help that happen. But anyway, good job on producing an interesting edition of RAW. I'm eagerly awaiting your next show. ECW right?


Ugh, I just saw that you posted ECW & Smackdown! up. I'll get a review for both up soon either today or tomorrow.

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I apologise for not getting your RR review done yet. I'll really put the effort in after my break. As for now, I hate falling behind, so here's some {overdue} reviews for you

Raw Feedback

You already know my opinion on Shawn Michaels winning the Rumble, so I won't go into that too much tonight I guess it would make me the ultimate hypocrite complaining about HBK Main Eventing WrestleMania again when, uhm, the exact same thing is happening in my thread. @ my own stupidity. Anywho, pretty standard opening from The Icon, as one would expect to open a post-Rumble show. I think it might have been quite a good idea to close the show with this segment actually, build up the suspense of hearing from the RR winner etc. I think, other than Flair, Michaels is the only guy on the roster with enough credibility to pull off that "one last run" kind of idea heading into W'Mania, so I was glad to see you incorporating that into his promo. I still don't think an HBK title reign at this point of his career will be all that interesting, but I'm sure you'll prove me wrong. Orton's little bit was ... okay, nothing special really. Seeing as we've only just seen Orton/Michaels hook it up in a pretty good feud from Cyber Sunday/Survivor Series, I don't know if it'd be a good idea to do it again. I loved Edge's attack. Rated RKO are still effectively together, which makes it seem like one huge Power Trip just ruling over the WWE right now. Greatness in my opinion. Hopefully we see the two Champs making regular appearances on both {or all three} shows. HBK/Edge would be a fairly awesome WM Main Event, although I wonder who Randy would face in that case. Jericho?

Awwww, you made it up to me the fact that Carlito got jobbed out last week to Jeff. Both of these guys are dead on certanties for the MITB match at W'Mania if you ask me. A nice little Intercontinental title feud running up to the PPV is a smart way to go about it.

Wow, that's a pretty nice idea for No Way Out. It does seem a little bit like what happened in real life with the Main Event versus Main Event match, but this has quite a twist on it. I guess No Way Out is just going to be a glorified Saturday Night's Main Event in that case. With Coach making the point to Edge and Orton that HBK's partner would be revealed on Raw, it looks fairly clear that man will end up facing Orton and Michaels will face Edge. Other than Jericho {who is turning face} and Cena {he's facing Finlay} I can't think of anyone else.

PUSH HAAS~!!! As a heel, Charlie is so much more effective. He can incorporate his "Tap the f**k out" gimmick that he used in the Indy's. Putting him up against Flair is a nice feud for both men too, and I can see it lasting until WrestleMania, when Haas should definately get into the MITB match. I'm glad you've noticed how much more fun Charlie is to write with when he's heel. The key thing ... intensity.

No way was Flair going over Umaga tonight. 'Mags is still undefeated right? If so than he'll most likely be dominant until WrestleMania when it's two undefeated streaks on the line, and 'Taker will go over. A great feud though. Haas screws Naitch again. Yeah, their blow off match will likely come in a MITB qualifier or something. Great little promo from Estrada; the man is awesomeness. I can't wait to use him. Perhaps an Umaga appearance on SmackDown?

Ah, I've been looking forward to this announcement from Paul E. I can safely say that Rob Van Dam heading over to ECW is one of the least surprising things in the history of the world He'll get the ECW Championship at WrestleMania; it would only be right, and it would continue his amazing run in this thread. KENNEDY~!!! I knew there would be a big draft from SmackDown, but I certainly didn't expect it to be Double K. I suspected Kane actually. I love the concept of KK being 'disrespectful' towards ECW; the feud between him and RVD could be quite a quality one. Kennedy completely owned this segment though, and I expect him to do much of the same on every ECW. Best mic worker on that brand in my opinion.

I love Burke and Benjamin as a team already, but I don't think they should be squashing Raw's teams week in and week out. Aren't The Highlanders your only face team on Raw right now? Anyway, I expect B&B to get a VERY long reign, due to the lack of credible teams around them. They need a team name though. Hmmmm...

Finlay you dumb Irish bastard! Hated that line for some reason. It's not even because I'm Irish; it just seemed a bit ... blah, if you know what I mean. The rest of this promo from Cena was actually quite fun to read. The Champ is much better to read when he's angry and intense. No Way Out match? I don't think so. This needs WrestleMania treatment really. This match would be a perfect candidate for a Street Fight or something.

Victoria is awesome. Again, she should hold onto that Women's title for a long time, since there isn't really anyone worthy enough to take it from her. Candice is a jobber. Are Mickie and Trish still lurking around? They are both possible WrestleMania opponents for Vicky.

Hunter is bit directionless really, but I expect his WrestleMania feud to make itself clear soon enough. Decent enough promo from The Game, nice and intense, but I loved the Main Event even more. Van Dam gets his Raw send off by completely squashing Triple H. Love it. Hunter needs to do some jobbing in his career. It looks as though Hunter's "pissed off" attitude could indeed lead to his WrestleMania match in some way. Perhaps an attack on someone?

ECW Feedback

Wow, ECW Feedback in a KOP thread. Who'd have thought it? Very nice way to kick off the show with the confrontation between Kennedy and Heyman. I must admit that I was very sceptical about KK on ECW, as it does seem like a bit of a step down for him {and RVD}, but with this kind of exposure, he might do even better than he was on SmackDown! I love these little promos he cuts, basically shitting on everything ECW, and I reckon they should continue up to WrestleMania. Those brackets for the ECW Championship tournament just made it clear just how poor the ECW roster is right now. Kennedy and Van Dam in the final at W'Mania is the only way to go. All of the others are jobbers. Thank god Kennedy killed Credible; he should mow through everyone on the roster other than Van Dam in my opinion.

Danny Doring gets a promo? Wow, ECW needs some serious drafts and fast. I don't mind Dreamer, Sabu, Richard and Sandman, but neither of them are really ECW Champion material in this day and age, so I doubt they'll make it to WrestleMania. Sabu and Dreamer will qualify most likely. Van Dam is the only other Main Eventer on the show, with Kennedy, so he was always going to go over a jobber like Balls Mahoney. RVD has been booked as the #1 guy in this thread since you began it, and I hope that doesn't end with his draft. Regardless of how much I mark for KK, Van Dam should probably get the belt at 'Mania. This could be a very nice feud, although I don't think it'll be able to carry and entire show.

SmackDown! Feedback

I'm glad that you're keeping Angle selling the injury he got in the "I Quit" match. It makes Burchill's Royal Mutilation hold look VERY deadly. Decent enough promo from Angle, with his usual intensity calling Edge out. The way it went it kind of reminded me of the promo between HBK and Randy Orton post-Survivor Series. Michaels demanded another title shot, Orton declined via the Titan Tron, and then Kennedy attacked. Replacing Kennedy with Triple H and it works out nicely. I thought that Hunter's behaviour on Raw hinted at this kind of attack from him, but I wonder why he chose Kurt? This is obviously setting up a WrestleMania match for the two, and that will be your THIRD inter-promotional contest {with 'Mags/'Taker and Finlay/Cena}. They've always had nice chemistry, so this could be pretty sweet too.

At last Paul London and Brian Kendrick have a credible team to face off against. Deuce and Domino are so underrated it's silly. Not sure why Jamie Noble had to interfere. I thought he was off doing his own thing in the Cruiserweight division? I thought the feud with London had ended? I'd mark if Noble got into MITB, simply because he's held that belt for over a year and has a LOT of credibility.

I don't know why but I just wouldn't be able to buy Kenny Dykstra as U.S Champ. I could buy him as Intercontinental Champ, but I see the U.S belt as holding more prestige for some reason. I can't see Hardy losing tonight, especially after just getting the belt. Hopefully he gets a nice long reign. I know you mark for Kenny though {I'll admit I like him too}, but I just don't kno how he's going to do from now on. Hardy will likely be defending his belt at 'Mania, so Kenny could slot into MITB well enough. This business with Ashley is still very confusing. If she doesn't like him, why is she even accompanying him?

I guess Rey Mysterio doesn't have much to do either, hence why he is just lending a hand to a newcomer like CM Punk. I don't like to see Regal and Taylor getting jobbed out, but I do like youngsters getting pushed, so I can live with it from that extent. Rey Rey could make it to MITB too, or he could face Hardy for the U.S title {that would actually make a lot of sense}, but I don't expect Punk to make the WM card.

dumb Irish son of a bitch I'm not really sure why Cena keeps calling Finlay "dumb", it sounds a little off. "son of bitch" was better than "bastard" though I think. Another good promo from Cena, again incorporating his much more entertaining intense streak of late. The latter part of this promo just really didn't make sense. Firstly, even as a heel, Finlay's gimmick is such that he doesn't back don from any fight. For an example, see his feud with Batista when he was a big time heel against a big time face, and he still came down to the ring when called out and fought Big Dave. But MVP as Finlay's No Way Out representative? Huh? That is out of character for Porter as well. He is not a lackey; his gimmick is such that he would have lackeys, but not be one himself. I'm glad you're saving Finlay/Cena till 'Mania, but this doesn't really make any sense to me.

NO, KID KASH GOT JOBBED~!!! I know you told me that I should be prepared for this, but, ugh, it sucked badly. Kane's time really is over, so I hate these squashes he constantly gets. Kash is all awesome

Interesting promo from Batista. He's in the same boat that Triple H was in before tonight, that being a big time heel lacking in a bit of direction. Odds are his constant references to Kane and The Undertaker are leading to something. Big Dave has a lot of history with both men, nut since he faced 'Taker at 'Mania last year, that wont be it. 'Tista/Kane at 'Mania this year would not be that bad as a match, but Kane doesn't have enough credibility anymore in my opinion. I don't know why but when people write Batista as this intense heel he sounds like Scott Steiner. It happened in kane01's thread a while back and it's the same deal here. Funny eh?

Yeah, Dykstra just gets squashed fairly convincingly, so there'll be no U.S title feud coming from this. It might though, serving as some kind of lead up to 'Mania. I hope you don't put Matt in MITB though, as I think at least one of the IC and U.S titles needs defending at 'WM.

Not sure what to make of this little segment from JBL and Chavo Guerrero. I would hazard a guess by saying that all of Chavo's constant references to his familia and such are hinting at a face turn, which could lead to him getting a shot at Jamie Noble at 'Mania. Both men can work pretty well as faces, but of the two Noble turned heel more recently. As for Edge's little bit; I'd say it's pretty clear that HBK is going to be here next week to announce his intention to face Edge at 'Mania. One more thing, I reckon JBL needs to be a bit nicer to his heels. A tweener GM JBL isn't really that interesting. Heel plz.

Damn realistic booking from you again, KOP. You are the most realistic booker in the history of the universe I think, with Mark Henry being the one who gets the bad end of the deal against 'Taker. I surprised Henry didn't just get squashed easily, but the aftermath was very interesting indeed with Batista and Umaga beating the crap out of the Deadman, before Kane makes the save. The Big tag match at No Way Out sounds very interesting indeed, but it is really starting to look like 'Tista/Kane at 'Mania, which I don't like. NWO really is SNME take two. Ha ha

Overall, all three of these shows were very well done, KOP. The only glaring omission I noticed was the absence of The King Of The World from any of the shows. Jericho needs some love Still the way things have been set up concerning HBK/Orton/Edge all worked well, as does the BOD/Umaga and Batista business. The debut of ECW was a treat also, especially with Kenney completely owning the show. Tbh, he own any show he's on
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