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WWE SummerSlam
August 19, 2007 - East Rutherford, New Jersey - IZOD Center
Official Theme Song: "Whine Up" by Kat Deluna


WWE Championship - Student vs. Teacher
Batista (c) vs. Triple H

Hell in a Cell - First HIAC in 19 Months
Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho

World-Heavyweight Championship
MVP (c) vs. Edge

Grudge Match - Former Friend vs. Friend
Shawn Michaels vs. Ric Flair

Brand Supremacy Match - Losing Brand's GM Is Fired!
Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy

Special Challenge Match
Mr. Kennedy vs. The Undertaker

Grudge Tag Team Match
Christian and Big Show vs. Finlay and Umaga

Women's Championship
Mickie James (c) vs. Beth Phoenix

Intercontinental Championship - Fatal 4 Way
Brent Albright (c) vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Charlie Haas

PLUS - RVD Chooses his new brand!
Van Dam chooses Raw.

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WWE SummerSlam – Sunday August 19, 2007
IZOD Center – East Rutherford, New Jersey

A special video package highlighting the 20 years of SummerSlam history gone by plays and shows important matches in SummerSlam history such as the first main event of the Mega Powers vs. Ted DiBiase and Andre the Giant, the famed SummerSlam Ladder Rematch between HBK and Razor Ramon, Brother vs. Brother in Owen vs. Bret Hart in the Steel Cage, Undertaker vs. Bret Hart for the WWF title, Stone Cold vs. Undertaker for the WWF title, the Alliance vs. WWF war in 2001 with numerous matches from then shown. Now we get into the more modern era with Brock vs. Rock, the HHH/HBK Street Fight, Kurt vs. Brock for the WWE title, Randy Orton captures his first World title, HBK vs. Hogan and last year’s Steel Cage Showdown match!

A special video hyping the feuds right now heading into SummerSlam plays afterwards emphasizing on all nine matches as this might be the biggest SummerSlam card of all time! It mainly focuses however on MVP/Edge, HHH/Batista, the HIAC, HBK/Flair, the Brand Supremacy, and finally ‘Taker vs. Kennedy. Each superstar speaks their mind on their respective matches before the video ends with the SummerSlam logo being washed up onto shore. “Whine Up” by Kat Deluna hits across the arena shortly afterwards signaling the WWE commentators to begin speaking as the 20th annual SummerSlam is now underway!

Match #1 –Intercontinental Championship – Fatal 4 Way
Brent Albright (c) vs. Charlie Haas vs. Paul London vs. Carlito

Four of Smackdown’s top upcoming and young superstars get the privilege of kicking off the 20th annual SummerSlam and they do it in great fashion. Albright and Haas started off the match brawling with one another as their feud continued on as did London and Carlito. All of these men each hold a few victories over one another in the lead up to SummerSlam to see who was going to be able to possibly dethrone Albright as the champion? Haas almost captured his second Intercontinental title after he caught Albright off guard and hit a nice combo of 3 German Suplexes but Carlito quickly broke up the bridge. Carlito and Haas got into an argument which allowed Paul London to come flying off the ropes and hit both men with a huge Flying Crossbody! London scrambled over covering Carlito but it was Albright that broke up the pin fall. All four men were giving it their all trying to dethrone the fan favorite champion but it seemed that we might crown a new champion as London picked Carlito up sending the bad apple into the ropes. Carlito came charging back at London only for Carlito to stop as London tried for a dropkick! Carlito stomped away at London before picking up London and hitting the Back Cracker! Carlito went for the pin fall cover but thanks to Albright, the match continued on! Charlie Haas pushed London out of the ring before Haas came charging at Albright! Albright ducked throwing Haas over the top rope as London and Haas were down on the outside! Carlito came charging at Brent Albright but the Intercontinental Champion flipped Carlito over onto the mat with a German Suplex before locking in the Crowbar! Carlito tried his best to break the hold but with London and Haas still down on the outside, Carlito tapped out giving the victory to the champion.

Winner and STILL Intercontinental Champion: Brent Albright

Albright was handed his Intercontinental title as he celebrated retaining the title he’s held for nearly two months now. Albright headed up the ramp with Michael Cole and Tazz hyping the fact that Albright overcame three of Smackdown’s best young and upcoming superstars and stated that now someone else is going to have to rise to the challenge and try to dethrone Albright.

Christian cut a brief promo backstage hyping the tag match that was going to be next and that he would be the one that would finally climb to the mountain and earn his goal of becoming the World-Heavyweight Champion. Christian talked about his history with Finlay and how he thought he could have trusted JBL back when he aligned with JBL but he said it’s clear he couldn’t. He was just a pawn in the game of JBL keeping his job and that had he known that he never would have let the Peeps down by joining up with JBL. But Christian says no fear because tonight Captain Charisma gives the fans what they want! And what they want is to see Christian become the number one contender and THEN win the World-Heavyweight Championship. Maria asks Christian something and he ends it with ‘Because that’s how I roll!

Match #2 – Grudge Tag Team Match – Winning Team Earns Future World Title Shots
Christian and The Big Show vs. Finlay and Umaga

This match really didn’t go as long as you’d expect as it probably went about a total of eleven minutes or so. All four men got a decent amount of action in the ring but the main story of the match was Finlay and Christian fighting. It’s clear these two don’t like each other and their history with one another recently made up the match. Finlay and Umaga had dominated Christian for a while but once the hot tag to Big Show was made, he came in and cleared house! Umaga ran at Big Show but Big Show caught Umaga who was not the legal man with a Chokeslam! Finlay slid under the ring grabbing his shillelagh as he charged at Big Show with the ref’s back turned but Big Show moved and Finlay missed the shillelagh shot! Big Show grabbed Finlay hitting him with the Chokeslam as well before tagging in Christian! Christian headed to the top rope hitting the Frog Splash onto his rival Finlay before covering and getting the victory here tonight! The fans went nuts as Christian rolled out of the ring and Christian and Big Show have just now earned themselves future World title shots.

Winners – Christian and The Big Show

Michael Cole and Tazz discuss the fact that JBL’s plan of possibly giving Finlay and Umaga the title shots has backfired as now Christian and the Big Show have a chance at the gold. Cole and Tazz discuss when they will cash in their title shots as they both look at Christian and the Big Show making their way up the ramp to a nice reaction from the fans.

A video hyping Unforgiven played. The video focused on forgiveness not being allowed and that there will be nobody forgiven on this day. The video ended announcing Unforgiven will be Sunday September 16, 2007 live from Memphis, Tennessee!

JR and King hype the Unforgiven Pay-Per-View with King talking about it being in his hometown. Shortly after King and JR announce that coming up next will be the special challenge match between the Undertaker and Mr. Kennedy.

Match #3 – Special Challenge Match
Mr. Kennedy vs. The Undertaker

What we get is a rather decent and drawn out match that probably goes around about a total of fourteen minutes or so. Kennedy and ‘Taker worked a very methodical match as both men had their times of domination and it was mainly Kennedy from start to the middle. ‘Taker however fought his way back as he got back into it hitting Kennedy with lots of rights and forcing Kennedy into the corner. ‘Taker was able to hit Kennedy with Old School and it seemed that the match was going to breakdown after that for Undertaker. Kennedy however found the momentum that he needed as he fought back into the match as he broke off a Chokeslam attempt from the Undertaker. Kennedy went on a rampage striking Undertaker furiously with his right hand and it seemed to be working as it was wearing down the Deadman. Kennedy pulled Undertaker back up sending the Phenom off into the ropes and Kennedy came running back into Undertaker’s hand! Undertaker went for another Chokeslam but for the second time Kennedy reversed it this time kicking Undertaker in the stomach and then dropping him with a DDT! Kennedy covered but only got the two count. Mr. Kennedy quickly got back up knowing he has to take advantage and he did so by trying for the Mic Check but Undertaker scooped up Mr. Kennedy looking for the Tombstone Piledriver! Undertaker almost had Kennedy where he wanted him but Kennedy shoved ‘Taker off into the ropes before Undertaker came running right back into a big dropkick. Mr. Kennedy then was able to distract the referee by untying the turnbuckle in the corner which allowed Mr. Kennedy to successfully kick Undertaker down low with a low blow! Undertaker fell down onto the mat as Mr. Kennedy had pretty much wrapped it up here as he picked the Undertaker up hitting the Mic Check before covering and getting the victory!
Winner – Mr. Kennedy

Albeit the cheating, Mr. Kennedy has managed to defeat the Undertaker and for two pay-per-views in a row he has successfully defeated former WWE Champions. JR is yelling about how Mr. Kennedy is wrong for doing what he did to the Undertaker and saying that he will pay while King is congratulating Mr. Kennedy on winning the match. JR says of course King would side with the cheater here because it’s clear as day that Undertaker should have won. The two continue their trademark arguing as we see Kennedy announce himself the winner and then proclaim himself as the next WWE champion!

Backstage we see Eric Bischoff talking to Mick Foley discussing the fact that the Brand Supremacy Match is about to occur in just a matter of moments. Bischoff tells Foley this may be the last time they work together and if so he enjoyed his time with Foley despite their differences in the past. Foley says he understands and wishes Bischoff well in the match. Bischoff walks off heading to the arena as now backstage we see JBL talking to Finlay. JBL tells Finlay that he has to win tonight at any expense. Finlay says he knows that Jeff is going to win it after what they’ve done to him over the course of the past few weeks. JBL says he sure hopes so as the Smackdown GM walks off heading towards the arena. We get a split screen of JBL and Bischoff heading into the arena before a video package hyping about how the match started. A bit of Hardy vs. Hardy is thrown in at the end focusing on Matt’s “accidental” punch on Raw this Monday before showing him attacking Jeff after his match on Friday. After the video package ended both GM’s made their way down to the ring and it seems were ready for the big match to start.

Match #4 – Brand Supremacy Match – Losing Brand’s GM is Fired
Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy

It was clear from the get go that neither Matt nor Jeff were at all concerned anymore about their brand or their GM’s. Matt was out to prove a point that he should be at the top of the mountain and take advantage of Eric Bischoff’s offer while Jeff was simply out for revenge but also wanted to know why his brother did this to him. What this led to was an all out brawl from the start but shortly after it started to evolve into a match that you would normally see the Hardy’s wrestle in. A highflying encounter that seemed to get the fans into it is what we see. The match went for about a total of seventeen minutes as both men had a story to tell and tell it well did they! Matt and Jeff both had problems towards the end trying to find a way to put away their brother and Matt thought he had it won whenever he hit the Twist of Fate but Jeff was able to get his foot on the ropes. JBL looked on from the outside almost having lost his breath and his job at the same time! Matt Hardy stood up in the corner looking for a Diving Leg Drop which JBL then preceded to head into the corner. JBL grabbed the foot of Matt Hardy pulling on it so Matt couldn’t do anything. Eric Bischoff came running over and proceeded to try and pull JBL off. However it was Jeff Hardy that ran up the ropes and hit a Hurricanrana forcing his brother Matt onto the mat. Jeff went for the two count but failed in getting it. Jeff looked towards the top rope again as the two GM’s were in a war of words on the outside as Jeff looked down at his brother Matt! Jeff dove off the top rope for the Swanton Bomb and he missed! Jeff rolled around on the matt grabbing his back while JBL stopped for a moment arguing and looked on. Eric Bischoff moved away from JBL going back to his seat as he showed a slick smile on his face. Matt Hardy stood up looking at Jeff but Smackdown’s GM JBL was not going to let it end like this! JBL tried entering the ring but the referee stopped him! This allowed the chance of Finlay to enter the ring with a shillelagh! Finlay came in charging at Matt Hardy but Matt ducked and Finlay almost hit the turnbuckle with the shillelagh. Matt Hardy dumped Finlay to the outside as it seems JBL is desperate for anything to win the match. Matt walked over pulling Jeff back to his feet as Matt went for a Twist of Fate again but Jeff rolled Matt up for a two count! The fans can’t believe that it almost ended right there and in the mean time JBL was still on the outside arguing. Finlay is down on the outside of the ring out of the equation most likely now while Jeff picks Matt up shoving him off into the ropes. Matt comes running back at Jeff but Jeff ducks underneath Matt and goes for a dropkick but Matt steps back! Matt quickly picks Jeff up and connects with the Side Effect. Matt starts to tease Jeff before he finally picks up Jeff and connects with the Twist of Fate on his third try and covers getting the win and you know what that means!

Winner – Matt Hardy

JBL looks on from the outside horrified as Finlay looks at JBL as well. JBL bad mouths Finlay stating that “this alliance is over” as we suddenly hear the music of Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie comes out and says that her father had stated that last month we would have to fire a GM and finally that night is here. Stephanie says that she is sad her dad nor brother couldn’t be here tonight due to their recent attacks BUT she will gladly do the privilege of firing JBL! She looks at JBL and mouths the words “You’re fired!” as JBL falls down onto the floor grabbing at his cowboy hat! The fans make fun of JBL singing “Nah Nah Nah Nah….Nah Nah Nah Nah….Hey Hey Hey….Goodbye!” to the former Smackdown GM as they focus on JBL making his way out of the arena afterwards with the commentators sitting quietly.

Backstage Cryme Tyme is running around offering a special blowout sale on items such as a special edition barbeque spatula, a beach ball, a Cryme Tyme shirt, and just random items of that nature. Priceless walk up to Cryme Tyme making fun of them saying it’s clear that they are nowhere near being able to possibly compete for the World Tag Team Championships and this is why! They’re too worried about making “dat money” as DiBiase says making fun of the way Cryme Tyme speaks. JTG holds back Shad as Rhodes tells them that they’ll have a chance to do something about it once Priceless finally wins their first ever World Tag Team titles which cues Priceless to walk off as Shad looks on angry with JTG holding him back.

A video package airs hyping the feud between Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair. The video focuses on the past few hectic months between the two and shows the attack on Michaels backstage in late June. It showed Flair coming up asking for help for HBK but then it fast forwards to a month later where it was revealed that it was Ric Flair! We then cut into their comments that they’ve been throwing at one another recently with Nature Boy stating that he’s still got it in him and that he can’t be bothered being held back by Michaels while Michaels states that “they could have just had this match as friends” but Flair said that would have never been possible. The video ends with the stare down this past week on Smackdown as we’re getting ready for the match.

Match #5 – Former Friends Collide
Shawn Michaels vs. Ric Flair

The fans got what they were looking for in what was a classic match between the two legends and future Hall of Famers. Both men put their heart into the match which went about twenty-three minutes and made sure that it would be a classic to be remembered at SummerSlam for the next twenty years! Both HBK and Flair had their turn in dominating the match up with both men getting a chance to show why they’ve still got it and it seemed that Michaels had the match won at the end after hitting Flair with an Atomic Drop! HBK hit Flair in the face with a Flying Elbow off the ropes before heading to the top rope looking ready to drop Flair with the Diving Elbow. It seemed Michaels was going to pull this one out during the classic match but it was Flair that made his way up the ropes hitting a big Superplex off the ropes and dragging himself back into the match in the process. The fans certainly did not see that one coming and neither did Flair most likely but with both men giving it their all, there was no telling who was going to pull it out. The Nature Boy quickly made a cover with the fans booing Flair but he only got a two count which got a nice reaction. Flair pulled himself back up with the help of the ropes and Flair got back onto his feet. Flair dropped a knee on Shawn Michaels before standing up and letting out a huge WOOOOOOOOOOO to a big reaction of jeers from the fans. Flair got back onto his feet hitting Michaels with numerous chop blocks but it seemed that the Heart Break Kid was going to fight back. HBK and Flair exchanged several chop blocks with one another and it made it clear that neither man was going to just give in. HBK pushed Flair off and went for Sweet Chin Music but Flair quickly rolled out of the ring knowing Michaels better than HBK perhaps knows himself. Flair rolled back into the ring as Michaels tried to meet him on the apron but Flair hit HBK with some hard rights. Flair got back into the ring going on a chopping rampage once again before coming behind HBK and hitting a chop block. Flair proceeded to rake the eyes of HBK as HBK grabbed at his eyes in pain. Flair went down low going for the Figure Four Leg Lock but before he could lock it in Michaels broke it up before heading to the corner. Michaels grabbed at his eyes as Flair ran at him in the corner but HBK got out of the way. HBK ducked underneath Flair and Flair stumbled into the corner before turning around and trying to drop Flair again with Sweet Chin Music but for the second time missed as Flair ducked underneath it and hit ANOTHER chop block before locking in the Figure Four Leg Lock! The fans went nuts as Flair looked like he might have it in the bag but it seemed like HBK was going to grab the ropes. HBK tried grabbing the ropes but Flair kept on pulling Michaels back into the middle of the ring. Flair kept on wrenching the lock in even more and HBK tried grabbing the ropes but he couldn’t get it. HBK seemed like he was going to get the ropes finally but Flair once more pulled his former friend back into the middle of the ring and with Flair having held the Figure Four in for nearly two minutes or so on the Heart Break Kid and nowhere left to go, Michaels had no choice but to tap out giving the victory to Flair!

Winner – Ric Flair

The Nature Boy stood up letting out a big WOOOOOO as the fans started booing him as the HBK chants started up. It was clear that these fans had witnessed a classic here tonight and it seemed inevitable that this match would be remembered a long time from now. Both men gave it their all and despite the bad guy Flair coming out on top, it was clear that this may not be over just yet! Flair stood up grabbing his legendary robe before putting it on and walking out of the arena as HBK stood to his feet receiving a big round of applause from the fans for his effort here tonight. Michael Cole and Tazz hyped up HBK’s dedication tonight to try and fight back and stated that Michaels gave no less of an effort than the victor Flair did but Flair just happened to have caught Michaels on his off night.

We’re sent backstage afterwards to the office of Eric Bischoff and Stephanie McMahon walks in. Stephanie congratulates Eric on keeping his job but says that she’s not so sure how much longer he just might have it! Eric ponders at what Stephanie is saying and she’s saying that she’s got an offer that Eric just may not be able to resist come Raw tomorrow night! The fans cheer at Stephanie coming to Raw tomorrow night with a big surprise. Stephanie tells Eric to sit back and watch because Rob Van Dam is about to present to the fans what brand he is coming to.

Up next we have Rob Van Dam come down to the ring. RVD said that originally both GM’s gave him amazing offers and well it’s clear that he has a big decision to make. He’s thought about it long and hard for the past few weeks and well now that Smackdown doesn’t have a General Manager it’s going to be a hard decision for him. Van Dam tells the fans that he’s wrestled on both brands before and he was just recently on Raw earlier this year so he would of course feel at home on Raw but at the same time Smackdown would present him a different scene that he hasn’t seen since 2005. RVD said that he’s talked to a lot of his friends backstage and tried to decide on what brand would be best for him and he said he’s came to a decision. RVD pauses for a moment and says that before he was fired as GM earlier tonight, JBL was able to persuade Rob Van Dam into a contract for Smackdown! However Eric Bischoff has tried doing the same thing offering many things such as a bonus, etc. but RVD says that’s he made his decision and it’s going to be….SUDDENLY THE LIGHTS GO OUT? What in the hell is going on! RVD had two clipboards in his hand and when the lights come back on we see blood all over the Smackdown clipboard that has RVD’s name on it! What in the hell? Rob Van Dam has signed with Smackdown but someone brutally attacked him! Who is this person? The fans don’t know what’s going on as this may just be the same person that’s connected with the Mr. McMahon attack? Michael Cole and Tazz hype the fact that RVD is coming to Smackdown but they would rather get down to the bottom of this and figure out who’s been doing all of these attacks. Michael Cole says whoever it is happens to be a very brave person and Tazz agrees with Cole.

After RVD picks his brand, we’re sent backstage for a special interview with Randy Orton. Todd Grisham tries to get to the bottom of why Randy hit his father this past Monday on Raw with an RKO but Randy doesn’t answer the question. Randy tells Todd that there is a time and place for answers and that tonight IS NOT the night. Randy says that tonight is the night that he finally ends this “hell on Earth” of a year that he’s been living in. Randy tells Todd that tonight when he steps into the Cell that he’ll finally feel at home and that he’ll finally feel like he can accomplish something. The fans seem confused as this twisted and tormented side of Randy Orton continues to come out with something different each week to say.

A brief video package hyping the Hell in a Cell match is shown with previous Hell in a Cell matches being shown but afterwards focuses mainly on the Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho feud. The last image we see is the Hell in a Cell being lowered tonight.

Match #6 – Hell in a Cell
Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho

Both Orton and Jericho battled it out in a memorable contest inside of the unforgiving structure otherwise known as the Hell in a Cell. Both men get a feeling for the match from the get go as they brawled immediately once Orton entered the cell .The match started immediately with Orton and Jericho brawling around the ring before it was Orton that officially got the head start in the match after he threw Jericho face first into the cell. After that Orton got a period of domination thanks to using a kendo stick from underneath the ring that he beat the ever living hell out of Jericho with. Orton went on an attack afterwards focusing on the arms of Jericho as this would try and prevent Jericho from using his signature moves such as the Codebreaker, Walls of Jericho, and so on and so forth. But it was Jericho that fought back finally and thanks to a little help from a trashcan, he was able to reverse an Irish whip into the corner sending Orton head first into a trash can that was wedged in between the turnbuckles! Jericho ended up fighting back afterwards preceding to use the Cell as a weapon as he dragged Orton’s face all across the cell which in the process busted open the face of Orton. The camera showed Orton wiping off the blood off his face and looking at it pretty much almost snapping because of the fact that Jericho busted him open. Jericho tried to prevent a comeback that was spurred on by Orton towards the end of the match but it didn’t seem that Jericho was going to be able to stop the inevitable. Jericho came charging at Orton and while he did, Orton ducked and sent Jericho flying over the top rope and with a little bit of momentum Orton used his body to propel Jericho over the ropes and go flying into the Cell! The Cell wasn’t that far away from the ring and Jericho hit the Cell rather hard before falling down onto the ground outside. Jericho looked like he was out of it and that there was no coming back for him in this match. Orton headed to the outside as he looked on at the body of Jericho as the back of Jericho was cut up as was his face from earlier in the match thanks to repeated kendo stick shots to the face. Orton walked to one side of the cell looking down at Jericho possibly thinking about a punt to the head but Orton stopped. Orton had a better idea as he dragged the seemingly lifeless Jericho towards the Cell! Orton placed Jericho’s body leaning against the Cell before he looked across the arena! Orton charged across the outside of the cell after standing there for a moment and then proceeded to PUNT JERICHO’S HEAD INTO THE CELL! The fans looked on shocked at the actions of Randy Orton as Orton stood over Jericho for a moment. The fans didn’t know what to think as Orton soaked in the fact that he perhaps pulled off one of the most sickening moves in recent history and perhaps ever inside of Hell in a Cell before leaning down and covering Chris Jericho. Orton got the victory and looked across the arena with a rather disturbing look in his eyes as if he did what he’s been looking to do for a while and that was take out Chris Jericho.

Winner – Randy Orton

JR and King discuss the fact that Chris Jericho may be out of action for a long time in the near future thanks to the disturbing actions from Randy Orton. JR said he knew that something was wrong with Randy Orton but he’s never seen anything like this! The fans can’t believe that Randy Orton pulled off this sick and sadistic move but Orton did say that he would do anything damn near possible to win. King says that Jericho finally got what was coming to him and that he deserved this for running his mouth about Randy Orton and stealing Orton’s title at WrestleMania. JR says that King is wrong for this and that no human being should have had to suffer through what Jericho just had to suffer through. We see Orton exiting the Cell as paramedics come rushing down to the ring as Orton walks out looking on as paramedics get Jericho onto the stretcher and wheel him out as we head backstage.

Backstage MVP is being interviewed prior to his first ever World-Heavyweight Championship title defense. MVP says there is no worries because he’s the biggest and highest paid superstar in the history of the WWE, he’s definitely the most ballin’ superstar of all time, and finally he’s got Big Zeke with him backing him up. MVP says those three reasons alone are what makes him the person that you should be betting on tonight. MVP says it’s just like Kobe and the Lakers, they came in here to New Jersey just a few years ago and won a Championship! It’s the right thing to do is to place on your money on the odds on champ and that odds on champ just happens to be M…V…P!

Michael Cole and Tazz wish Chris Jericho well before thanking Kat Deluna for the official theme song for SummerSlam being “Whine Up” Shortly after Cole and Tazz talk about how we’ve gotten to our main event tonight between MVP and Edge and a video package airs shortly afterwards focusing on MVP literally stealing and cashing in the Money in the Bank briefcase which then led to Edge’s face turn and the hunt to try and get back the title he literally had robbed from him.

Match #7 – World-Heavyweight Championship
MVP (c) vs. Edge

Both MVP and Edge got to show off their talents in about an eighteen minute match that seemed to have gone well for MVP’s first title defense. Big Ezekiel Jackson however didn’t start things off right for MVP as he was ejected from ringside thanks to trying to trip up Edge from the get go in the early goings of the match. It didn’t look good for MVP from the get go as Edge dominated MVP and it seemed that the Rated R Superstar was going to pull out his third World-Heavyweight Championship but thanks to an untimely missed Spear, MVP was able to capitalize on Edge striking the turnbuckle with his shoulder and after that the beat down started. MVP focused on the shoulder of Edge afterwards striking his shoulder repeatedly with several rights and pretty much making sure that Edge really stood no chance. MVP threw Edge down onto the mat stomping away at the shoulder of the former champion doing his best to try and keep Edge out of it but Edge was able to mount a comeback towards the end albeit short. Edge was able to fight back after MVP had tried to lock in a headlock but Edge struck MVP several times in the sternum with his elbow. Edge fought back before dropping MVP with a DDT and then afterwards hitting MVP with a series of dropkicks. It seemed that Edge was finally going to earn back his title that he lost just a few months ago but thanks to a huge clothesline MVP was able to stop the momentum of Edge. MVP picked Edge back up trying for the Drive By Kick but Edge ducked out of the way before charging off the ropes and connecting with the Spear! Edge covered MVP but MVP was able to get his foot on the ropes and therefore keep his title. Edge looked on angry trying to figure a way how he can try to earn his title back. Edge went into the corner trying to calm himself down as the fans cheered him on as he knew that he was literally so close to regaining the gold. Edge walked over picking MVP up before MVP scooped Edge up with a cradle and put his feet on the ropes! Thankfully Edge kicked out as MVP was oh so close to regaining the title. Edge got back to his feet running angrily at MVP for trying to cheat but MVP tripped him up face first into the mat with a drop toe hold! Quickly MVP took advantage and hit a Drive By Kick before throwing Edge over and covering for the victory.

Winner and STILL World-Heavyweight Champion: MVP

MVP celebrated the victory as he successfully retained his World-Heavyweight title for the first time in his first ever Pay-Per-View defense. The fans looked on booing the champion as Edge got back onto his feet looking on. MVP watched as Big Zeke came back down to the ring as both men made their way up the ramp with Edge knowing he was literally so close to winning the gold once more. Michael Cole and Tazz both hyped up Edge’s willingness to try and earn back his title but said that he came just a bit too short. They then hyped up who will next challenge MVP reminding the fans that Christian and Big Show won future World title shots as well earlier tonight before signing off for the night.

A video played showing the rehabilitation of Kurt Angle. Angle’s been out since WrestleMania 23 after wrestling a classic match with Triple H. Angle talked about what he’s been through in the past five months and how he’s ready to get back into the ring. He tells the fans that it’s closer than they may think it is until they see the return of the Olympic Gold Medalist to Smackdown!

Match #8 – Women’s Championship
Mickie James (c) vs. Beth Phoenix

Mickie and Beth got about seven or eight minutes tonight as time was being pushed a bit short due to all the big matches getting a lot of time here tonight. What time the two divas had though was used rather impressively as both of these women proved that they both have it in them to carry the Women’s division on their back. Mickie looked as if he she was going to be able to retain the gold whenever she caught Beth off guard with an attempt at the Mick Kick but the amazing strength of Beth Phoenix was shown whenever she caught the leg of Mickie James and then grabbed the other leg hitting Mickie with a sick powerbomb! Beth taunted the fans before scooping Mickie back up and then hitting her with the Glam Slam! Beth showed no remorse for what she did to Mickie by slamming her into the mat hard as Beth was able to get the one, two, three and walk out as the new champion for the second time in her career.

Winner and NEW Women’s Champion – Beth Phoenix

Beth was handed her newly won title after having just lost the title almost nearly a month ago to Mickie James. It seems that this never ending feud between these two divas is going to carry on for a while as Mickie James has another rematch in her clause is what JR reminds the fans. King tells JR that it’s clear that Beth Phoenix runs this Women’s division and that she clearly is the future of the WWE Women’s Division having won the title two times in the span of five months!

We don’t get an interview from either Triple H or Batista due to the already large number of interviews earlier in the night but instead we just get a longer video package hyping the history between the two men dating back to when Batista was recruited to Evolution. It shows the time from Evolution where everything was happy go lucky up until February 2005 whenever Batista turned on Triple H slamming him through a table. Batista’s win at WrestleMania 21 was shown before their rematches at Backlash and then the Hell in a Cell at Vengeance was shown. It then flashes forward to this year seeing as Batista was on Smackdown for almost two years and focuses on the fact that the roles are reversed now with Batista being the bad guy and Triple H the good guy. It focuses mainly however on Batista claiming to have been “Evolution” while Triple H begs to differ. It also shows Batista’s attack with the sledgehammer on Triple H’s car and then HHH’s brother-in-law in Shane McMahon. The video ends with Triple H and Batista flashing back from the “Evolution” of their days in Evolution up until now.

Match #9 – WWE Championship – Student vs. Teacher
Batista (c) vs. Triple H

And then there was one. The main event between the Student and the Teacher got off to a hot start with both men brawling around the ring and it truly was a slugfest from the get go. But Triple H was able to slow it down a bit and try to work the match in his favor as he tried to earn his eleventh World title. It seemed Triple H was going to finally win it in the early goings of the match as he worked over the shoulder of Batista just like he had worked on and injured Kurt Angle (albeit Angle already having a previously injured shoulder thanks to Edge) but regardless it seemed Triple H was going to show no mercy from the get go. However Batista was able to rally back into it thanks to an almost decapitating clothesline that knocked Triple H on his back and the Animal just happened to find his way back into the match. Batista tried to use this momentum to try and end the match and this all started with him hitting a huge Spine buster onto the Game but thanks to a two count Triple H was able to stay in the match. Batista warned the referee to try and keep the match fair but the referee didn’t want to get involved in it. Batista argued with the referee which allowed Triple H time to recover and in the process roll Batista up for the pin fall. Batista kicked out but Triple H pointed to his head proving that he is the “smarter” one compared to Batista. Batista and Triple H brawled for a bit longer in the match before it started to break down towards the end and it seemed we were about to crown a winner after Batista had knocked Triple H down with another clothesline. Batista started to tease the fans by shaking the ropes like he did during his face run and he pointed the thumbs down before walking over to Triple H. Batista threw Triple H between his legs looking for the Batista Bomb but Triple H reversed hitting Batista with a Back Body Drop! Triple H went on a roll after that hitting Batista with numerous rights before finally dropping the Animal with a big running knee ala Harley Race! Triple H then hit Batista with a Spinebuster but didn’t cover like the Animal did earlier in the match. Instead Triple H threw Batista between his legs looking for the Pedigree but Batista ran Triple H back first into the turnbuckle. Batista went to place Triple H on the top turnbuckle. Batista came running back at Triple H but Triple H got a boot up and Batista ran right into the boot face first! Triple H jumped down off the top turnbuckle before throwing Batista between his legs and this time connecting with the Pedigree! The fans cheered on Triple H as he covered and got the victory earning his eleventh world title.

Winner and NEW WWE Champion – Triple H

Triple H had his hand raised in the air as the fans looked on with Batista knocked out in the ring. JR and King hyped Triple H winning his eleventh world title tonight and marked it as perhaps a fitting cap to a memorable night. JR said that tonight definitely would be remembered because of many things such as Mr. Kennedy’s stunning victory, the shocking firing of JBL, RVD being attacked after selecting Smackdown as his new brand, the amazing HBK vs. Flair match, Randy Orton punting Chris Jericho into the Cell, MVP’s stunning first title defense, and finally Triple H pulling off the victory and earning the top gold for the first time since 2005! JR and King thanked everyone for purchasing SummerSlam tonight and wished them well before telling them to tune into Raw tomorrow night and Smackdown this Friday!
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WWE SummerSlam

Nicely done opening package, first highlighting the history of the event, then moving on to this years stacked line up.


Match #1 –Intercontinental Championship – Fatal 4 Way
Brent Albright (c) vs. Charlie Haas vs. Paul London vs. Carlito


Excellent choice for the opening contest, and instantly I’m 1 for 1 on predictions, with the champion retaining. Was surprised to see the submission win wrap things up for Albright, but pleasantly surprised I must add. For an established name like Carlito to tap out to the hold, it puts over Albright, and his submission, as a deadly move, on a par with the likes of the Ankle Lock and Crossface. I’d imagine to the four men will split off into two singles feuds from this point, and it would also appear that Albright might just be on the cusp of a big run with the belt. Really delighted to see the submission hold put over - so much so that I had to mention it twice .

Maria asks Christian ‘something’?? Bit more info please, that’s just lazy.


Match #2 – Grudge Tag Team Match – Winning Team Earns Future World Title Shots
Christian and The Big Show vs. Finlay and Umaga


Why do you say the match went ‘about’ 11 minutes. You’re the one in charge, so you need to be more precise with how long matches are going imo. Nice formula tag match, and without a doubt, the right team won. Hopefully this is the beginning of a push back up the ladder for Christian, who seems to have stalled in the mid card lately. With a title shot now in his sights, this could be the spark for Christian to become embroiled in a long term feud with MVP over the title, with Big Show thrown into the mix for a month, before Captain Charisma and Porter branch off alone. 1 out of 2 in predictions.

Match #3 – Special Challenge Match
Mr. Kennedy vs. The Undertaker


I’ll not mention the approximate times thing again on this show, as I addressed it in the previous match. Surprising that this went out so early, considering last month when Kennedy opened the PPV with Cena. Position on the card ultimately doesn’t matter though when the result is as good as this. Delighted you’ve gone down the route I hoped you would with Kennedy’s win; playing up the fact that on consecutive PPV events, he’s beaten two of the biggest stars in the company. The low blow doesn’t really even take much shine off the loss, as the emphasis is on the fact that he just beat Taker and Cena in back to back PPVs. Hopefully down the road though, if the feud does continue, he can manage a clean as a whistle win over The Deadman. 2 for 3 in the predictions stakes now.

Proclaiming himself as the next WWE Champion?? Bold statement, but he’s perfectly poised for at least a title shot given the fact he’s just beaten who he’s beaten in consecutive months. Trips vs. Kennedy (should HHH win of course, sounds like a fresh, money feud, if done right).

Match #4 – Brand Supremacy Match – Losing Brand’s GM is Fired
Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy


Personally, I feel this was a missed opportunity from the build up. All the dissention came far too late to matter, but you made up for it with what looked like a barnstorming contest. Great couple of false finishes, with Jeff putting a foot on the rope after a Twist of Fate, before JBL and Bischoff got fully involved (more so JBL) trying to stop Matt at all costs. Quite a unique feel to the closing stages, as Matt was clearly painted as the heel coming into the match, yet with the interference from JBL, and the run in from Finlay, it almost felt like Matt was the heroic face, fighting the odds. I wouldn’t say it’s a bad thing either tbh, normally I would, but with the strange build, and very late turn by Matt (which I’m assuming wasn’t quite a full blown heel turn), it comes off as rather special, and different. Finish was fairly flat, as after the run ins and interference, I expecting a huge clusterfuck of a finish, but instead it was pretty average. Hard fought loss for Jeff means we should be seeing JBL return to the ring and target Jeff for costing him his job. The big win (and correctly predicted win) for Matt could well signal a huge push into the top tier of Raw, especially now that he dropped the US Title.

Cryme Tyme = Yawn. Possible filler feud between them and Priceless looms in order to determine the next challengers for the tag titles on Raw. I’d assume it’ll lead to an initial three way feud, before Priceless and the champs take off again after the brief preview over the last few weeks.



Match #5 – Former Friends Collide
Shawn Michaels vs. Ric Flair


Curious positioning on the show for this one too, but with such a loaded line up, it’s hard to see the match placed anywhere else. Hopefully this is just match one in a long series over the Autumn between the two, as the build up deserves much more than a one match blow off. The match went completely different than I envisioned, with Flair more than holding his own with HBK, going as far to score a clean submission win. Was convinced that we’d see more of the ‘Dirtiest Player in the Game’ from Flair, but unless I missed it, there wasn’t a single mention of any eye gouging, concealed low blows or any other Flair shenanigans. This one is certainly poised perfectly now, with Flair getting a magnificent win over Michaels to really push a final last run for the Nature Boy. How this one continues following this is a mystery, but I’m sure there is more to come from these two. One final point though; since when did Ric Flair put his robe back on after a match?? 4 right out of 5 so far; pretty good by my standards .

Well, I’m assuming Stephanie might just offer Bischoff the vacant GM spot on Smackdown tomorrow night. Would be a cruel twist of fate on JBL if that was what to occur.

RVD to Smackdown then. He’ll be a welcome addition to either brand, but I just cant see how he slots in on either show. Slowly but surely, the mystery attacks are beginning to become the big news of the thread, and soon, I assume the angle will become the main focus of the thread. It’s slowly gathering steam, but for it to really work, it’s all in the reveal and the aftermath. The build up will be the best part, and possibly the easiest. Once all the answers come out (and I assume we’re talking months down the line), then the hard part starts imo.

I like this conflicted persona that Orton appears to be carrying since his return. Hopefully you explore it further on past Summer slam (no IED plz), because it could really set your Orton apart from anyone elses, and give him a completely different identity to the one we’re normally presented with.


Match #6 – Hell in a Cell
Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho


Thought this one might have actually headlined the show tbh, or went on second to last. Different approach to the match early doors, with the work on the arm to Jericho, rather than an all out slug fest. Sick finish, and felt really surprising, as we didn’t get any mention of the RKO or any of Jerichos signature moves. I hope this time you sell the punt, ESPECIALLY one as sick as this. Sick is the appropriate word too, as the punt to the head into the cell will surely go down in Cell-lore as one of the sickest moments in the history of the match. Orton NEEDS to capitalise on this win RIGHT AWAY, and get placed right into another main event angle, because potentially he can become an even hotter act in this thread, than he is in real life at the moment - and that is saying something. Also, Jericho needs to stay off the screens for at least three months after this imo if you really want to sell the punt as a dangerous, career threatening move.


Match #7 – World-Heavyweight Championship
MVP (c) vs. Edge


After the sick HIAC match, I’d have expected the womens match to place itself in this spot, and give the fans a few minutes to collect themselves before the two big main event matches. Pleased that MVP got himself a clean win to kick off his first title reign in style. The problem for Edge though, is that his face turn is potentially going to bomb. Hopefully, you take him out of this angle now, and put him in a feud where he’ll be going over to build himself as the brands top face. After such an epic heel run too, it’ll be hard to get him over as a face. The Porter era is off to a flying start though, and hopefully it continues for quite some time. It’s fresh, it’s different, and it’s something that I’m enjoying to see.

Two big names then coming to Smackdown, with Angle on his way back. The two shows really seem loaded with top heavy talent right now, and it should be interesting to see how you balance all this star power out to keep everyone relevant.


Match #8 – Women’s Championship
Mickie James (c) vs. Beth Phoenix


Wow. Another prediction chalked up to me. I predicted the title change more as a wish than an expectation, but hopefully you are going down the route I was hoping to see these two go down, battling out for the belt over a number of months with hard fought wins on either side. Bad place for the match on the show, but no complaints on how you booked it.


Match #9 – WWE Championship – Student vs. Teacher
Batista (c) vs. Triple H


Rightfully, the main event. New champion crowned too, caps off a terrific recap of Summerslam, although we didn’t get any matches that threw the realism book out of the window with a load of kick outs from finishing moves. That’d go down as a slight disappointment for me, but ultimately, a really strong card for the biggest night of the summer, with a great, feel good ending, seeing The Game come out on top. That leaves Batista free to feud now with Shane, and possibly Kennedy or Orton on the radar for Triple H. The heel side on Raw looks stacked right now, with Batista, Orton and Kennedy all on a terrific run. It’ll be tricky to keep all three in big roles, but I think you’ll pull it off. If you can get three faces to get on a hot roll like the three of those characters, Raw will be absolutely off the charts.
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Summerslam Feedback


Nice detail to go into the two opening videos. At first I was going to skip it, but then I thought I would give it a little comment, as so many people don’t worry about doing the opening videos when they recap a PPV, yet I find it essential, therefore I say well done. I will get to the show now.

IC Title Match
Nice choice to open up Summerslam with this match, as it will be fast paced and hard hitting, and seems to be the perfect choice to get the fans into the show. I am quite the fan of all the men in this match, except for London, so I have to say I was a little disappointed to see Carlito be the one to take the final fall. By the way you described the match it seemed as if it was a lot of action, but it was more one on one action, rather then all four men interacting which could have got a bit boring, or a bit predictable I wouldn’t really be able to say, as I didn’t see the whole match. Albright getting the win was the right decision though, as I think he makes a decent champion, and I would love to see an Albright and Haas feud come out of this. I doubt it would happen but if it did, it would be totally epic.

Pretty generic Christian interview by the sounds of it, but I am not complaining, as we rarely get to see epic promo’s on PPV. This tag match is something I am not really looking forward to, as it seems to be more of a filler feud for some of the guys in it, but if you let Christian get the win it will be decent.

Christian and Big Show vs Finlay and Umaga
This match ONLY went eleven minutes. I know its short for PPV standard but a match with Big Show in it is lucky to make the eight minute mark without everyone in the audience falling asleep so I think keeping the length of this one short was a good thing. Show cleaning house was awesome and well I don’t think you focused on Umaga during this match I think he got mentioned like twice and he is not an average mid carder he is a decent heel so I would expect a little better. Show cleaning house and well I don’t know if you went the right way about things because I really doubt that Show would tag in Christian and let him get the pinfall when he had things in control. Besides these negatives you chose the right winners and hopefully everyone involved in this match gets a better program come next PPV because this whole concept wasn’t that great.

Mr Kennedy vs Undertaker
A Rather drawn out match ey? Well if you include Undertakers five minute entrance it really isn’t that much of a long match after all. Anyway both men having their own periods of domination was good because at first I was scared you were going to cleanly job Kennedy because the almighty Undertaker can’t lose. Really, really glad Kennedy got the win and well I don’t think the cheating was really necessary. A clean win would have been nice just to elevate Kennedy in this thread but the boat has not fully sailed yet as you could still give him a nice feud after this to get him over completely and make him a main eventer. Will the Undertaker storyline continue? I hope so but I hope it gets better because at first it was good but now it seems as if your just using it as in excuse to give Taker a bunch of random opponents to give them a rub or whatever. So yeah if this Taker storyline is continued the volume really needs to be turned up.

Both General Managers pretty much saying there good byes to their assistants or lackies was nice and I think JBL has to be the one who loses his GM spot. If Bischoff gets fired I will riot as he has got to be the greatest General Manager of all time.

Hardy vs Hardy
Easily the best match of the night so far as brother against brother is entertaining. However I must say the build up to this match has not been the best you left the Matt Hardy heel turn to way to late and that is something that really hindered the build up to this match up as I continuously mentioned in my reviews. Anyway the match itself starting off in a brawl was nice and I wish it would have been a brawl for a whole lot longer then the beginning as the two men were supposedly hating each other and wanting revenge and well jumping off the top rope every two seconds despite this being their style is not really telling the story that needs to be told. This match was okay but it was just a generic Hardy match and that is not what it should have been considering the anger that each man had for the other. JBL, Bischoff and Finlay all getting involved was to be expected and well by the end of this match you either made Matt Hardy look like greatness or Jeff Hardy look like shit I am not sure what you were aiming for. I don’t expect the brothers to fight again but I can definitely sense a JBL and Jeff Hardy feud coming out of this for obvious reasons. As for Matt Hardy well with a big win like this I can see him getting a major push and I am not to sure how that will rub off. So if I am correct and this is what you are doing you have your work cut out for you. Good luck.

I marked for the appearance of Stephanie McMahon and the firing of JBL would have went down really well. I expect Stephanie to be attacked later in the show just to keep with the trend of things, I could be wrong I could be right guess I will see what happens. By the way is there any estimate when the McMahon Men are set to return or is that supposed to be a mystery?

Priceless make another set of enemies but I like it as I think it is obvious they will be future tag champs in this thread and then from there you will have the opportunity to go in many different directions.

Shawn Michaels vs Ric Flair
This match is one I was really looking forward to and you really did it justice. This is probably the only match on the show so far that I have absolutely nothing to complain about. You gave both men nice periods of domination and there were nice periods where nobody was in charge. The ending also was great with Flair finally locking in the Figure Four but in stead of Michaels automatically tapping out he struggled for a few minutes adding to the drama. Nothing else really to say KOP but this match from my point of view was perfect and I hope HBK returns with a vengeance wanting more of Ric Flair.

Nice little confrontation between Stephanie and Bischoff and I have no idea what Stephanie’s offer will be however I think it could be something exciting and this is a great way to force me to read the next Raw. ;p

KOP I love you after this bit of in ring time with RVD. I was thinking just before I read this segment that so far Summerslam hasn’t been as good as what I expected it to be however it definitely picked up with the lights going out and what not. The lights going out made me think of The Undertaker but then the commentators made mention to the McMahon attack and I had no idea again. Very interesting scenario you have though I suggest you run with it.

Nice Orton interview continuing to bring across this new sadistic Randy Orton and for that to work you must make him get the win tonight otherwise this new sadistic Randy will seem like a bit of a waste.

Hell in a Cell
As much as I love Chris Jericho this Hell in a Cell match was all about Randy Orton and well for the second match in a row I really don’t have much to complain about. I guess if I really wanted to I could mention the fact that Jericho gets made to look like a bitch after just returning but besides that this was just brilliant. From the way Orton busted Jericho open with the kendo stick to the way he ended the match everything was just so calculating, so sadistic, so planned. It was just so…. ORTON! Therefore in thinking about it for a while Jericho was more an accessory in this match and I am sure when he comes back he will be used well but until then Orton OWNS. Superb story told through this whole feud and this is a great way to end it.

MVP interview was pretty much the same stuff Porter has been saying ever since he became World Champ. Now its time for him to back it up

MVP vs Edge
This match as you said was the perfect match for MVP’s first title defense proving he could beat Edge with no help what so ever. Big Zeke being taken away from ringside early was great as it really showed us that you are serious with MVP as he still managed to get the win even without his back up at ringside. Edge seemed as if he dominated most of the contest which was to be expected as you could pretty much guarantee that he would have been angry after the way he lost the title and how MVP has been hiding behind Zeke for weeks on end. One thing I liked is that MVP won cleanly. Yes I know he did utilize the ropes with a cradle cover but it is not what got the win he got the win by using his ring smarts and nailing a superb drop toe hold setting up the victory. Awesome way for MVP to win and hopefully his reign of greatness lasts a long time. This match was not as good as the previous two but it was better then anything before them.

Kurt Angle OWNS. And due to this video package it seems like your going for the sympathy vote which means he is going to come in as the all American good guy. I hope doesn’t last to long as INTENSE FACE OR HEEL ANGLE OWNS ALL!

Womens Championship
First off I know sometimes there is a womens match to separate big time matches but having a womens match this high on the card of Summerslam is a bit of a joke. I don’t mean to be crude but I just don’t like the sound of it even if it is two women who know how to wrestle. The second half of the show had been wonderful and this match being placed so high kind of ruined your roll. Oh yeah I guess I should comment on the match I felt as if James should have won just to milk more out of the rivalry instead of just the return match that we will probably cop next month but then again that could be just my opinion. But you must milk this feud for all its worth as its not often you see a dcent womens feud.

WWE Championship Match (I refuse to insert the lame student vs teacher title)
Main event was well good since you talked about the student vs teacher thing so much I thought you would play on it a bit more however you only mentioned Triple H being “smarter” then Batista once and that was a bit of a disappointment. From the recap match you gave us it didn’t seems to exciting a lot of it just straight punches and a lot of slow action which is not really a good thing on PPV. The ending was great though with Trips finally gaining the WWE Championship. One thing I thought I would mention now as I avoided mention it earlier is a few of your endings seem very well not fluent they seem to just kind of get shoved in there rather then flowing nicely and maybe that is something you can work on for future PPV’s.

Overall Summerslam had its ups and downs but overall I would say it was a good PPV. A big four should probably be executed a little better :4 But lets look at the positives and that is after some epic matches your at a really good point in your thread and now you just need to captialise.
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Thanks so much for the reviews so far guys. As you can tell I'm going to take a little bit of time off but I'm looking forward to possibly having Raw up next week but most likely later in the week. I need to regather plans as I head into Unforgiven and my other PPV's after that. So for the mean time I'll be writing out in full the show that will be hosting the PPV. It works out a whole lot easier and is quicker too. So Raw will be in full until Unforgiven goes up and once No Mercy's time is here, Smackdown will be in full.

I'll have some news and notes probably next week about SummerSlam and all but for now I've got the Raw roster bios in a bit of an update for the thread. I asked Wolfy if I could do this and he didn't mind so without further ado, the Raw roster bios. Smackdown will probably be edited in tomorrow or so as I've got a few more to finish. Enjoy.

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“The Game” Triple H

Finishing Moves – Pedigree, Spinebuster

Alignment – Face

Current (6x) WWE Champion
Former (5x) World Heavyweight Champion
Former (2x) European Champion
Former (5x) Intercontinental Champion
Former (1x) WWE Tag Team Champion (w/ Stone Cold)


Notable Feuds – Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Rob Van Dam, John Cena, Kurt Angle, Batista

Notable Achievements – Feuded with former D-X partner Shawn Michaels up to WrestleMania 22 fighting in a unforgettable brawl; after ending business with HBK and Austin, started long term feud with John Cena after failing to take RVD’s WWE title away from him; fought and injured Kurt Angle at WrestleMania 23 putting the Olympic Gold Medalist on the shelve for a unforeseeable amount of time; turned face in April before engaging feud with Batista; recently captured sixth WWE title at SummerSlam from Batista.

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“The Animal” Batista

Finisher - Batista Bomb

Alignment – Heel

Former (1x) WWE Champion
Former 1x World-Heavyweight Champion
Former 2x World Tag Team Champion w/ Ric Flair
2005 Royal Rumble Winner


Notable Feuds – Christian, The Undertaker, Edge, Rey Mysterio, Kane, Chris Jericho, Triple H

Notable Achievements – Feuded with Undertaker starting at WrestleMania 22 before defeating ‘Taker at SummerSlam in a Last Ride Match. Long term feud with Kane ended at WrestleMania 23. Was drafted to Raw in April 2007 where he immediately made an impact by winning Fatal 4 Way at Backlash earning title shot later that night. Failed to win title but capitalized at Night of Champions in first ever Championship Scramble Match to capture his first WWE title before losing it at SummerSlam to Triple H.

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“The Phenom” The Undertaker

Finishing Moves – Tombstone Piledriver, Chokeslam, Last Ride

Alignment – Face

Former (4x) WWE Champion
Former (6x) WorldTag Team Champion (2 each w/ Kane and The Big Show, 1 w/ The Rock and Stone Cold)
Former (1x) Hardcore Champion
Former (1x) WCW Tag Team Champion (w/ Kane)


Notable Feuds – Christian, Batista, Umaga, Mr. Kennedy

Notable Achievements – Successfully went 14-0 at WrestleMania 22 defeating Batista; feuded with Batista up until SummerSlam where Umaga made debut attacking Batista in the second ever Last Ride Match putting ‘Taker out of action; returned at Royal Rumble 2007 attacking Umaga in the Royal Rumble Match; went 15-0 at WrestleMania 23 against Umaga in a Casket Match; since has feuded with Mr. Kennedy after trying to finally find out who attacked him numerous months ago in the parking lot.

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“The Legend Killer” Randy Orton

Finishers – RKO, The Punt

Alignment – Heel

Former (1x) World Heavyweight Champion
Former (1x) WWE Champion
Former (1x) Intercontinental Champion


Notable Feuds – The Rock, Christian, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Chris Jericho

Notable Achievements – Defeated the Rock at WrestleMania 22; then went on to form alliance with Edge to try and take down WWE but it was a short lived alliance; came to Raw thanks to a deal from Mr. McMahon after SummerSlam but didn’t appear until October; won first WWE title in Elimination Chamber at Survivor Series taking RVD’s title, lost to Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 23; “injured” in Steel Cage Match on Raw but appeared at the Great American Bash to attack Jericho; recently punted Jericho in the head at SummerSlam to put Jericho out for months.

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Mr. Kennedy

Finishers – Kenton Bomb, Mic Check

Alignment – Heel

Former (1x) United States Champion


Notable Feuds – Matt Hardy, Bobby Lashley, Rey Mysterio, Rob Van Dam, John Cena, The Undertaker

Notable Achievements – Won first United States title in 2006 after defeating Bobby Lashley; feuded with Mysterio and Hardy for remainder of 2006 keeping his title; lost title to Matt Hardy at Royal Rumble 2007 before being “drafted” by ECW in January to join the show; aligned with Paul Heyman but failed to win ECW title at WrestleMania; drafted then to Raw in April; immediately made an impact after having defeated John Cena at the Great American Bash and the Undertaker at SummerSlam; seems to have solidified himself as a top name on Raw recently.

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“The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena

Finishers – STFU, The F-U

Alignment – Face

Former 1x WWE Champion
Former 3x United States Champion


Notable Feuds – Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam, Triple H, Finlay, Mr. Kennedy

Notable Achievements – Started out 2006 as WWE Champion but lost it second day of new year to Kurt Angle on Raw; Cena then started a feud with the returning Chris Jericho sparked from their match back at SummerSlam 2005 where Jericho was fired; feuded with Triple H and RVD over title in summer of 2006 but failed to win. Afterwards feuded with Triple H for remainder of 2006 ending their feud at Cyber Sunday; fought Finlay and defeated him at WrestleMania 23; currently is injured due to First Blood Match with Mr. Kennedy at the Great American Bash.

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“Y2J” Chris Jericho

Finishers - Walls of Jericho, Codebreaker, Lionsault

Alignment – Face

Former 2x WWE Champion
Former 2x WCW Champion
Former 1x European Champion
Former 1x Hardcore Champion
Former 7x Intercontinental Champion
Former 3x World Tag Team Champion (1 each w/ The Rock, Chris Benoit, and Christian)


Notable Feuds – John Cena, Shawn Michaels, Rob Van Dam, Carlito, Chuck Palumbo, Randy Orton, Batista

Notable Achievements – Made his return to WWE television at the Royal Rumble 2006 only a few short months after being fired. Turned on John Cena sparking a feud towards WrestleMania. Feuded with HBK shortly afterwards forcing HBK to submit at Vengeance. Fought RVD for WWE title at SummerSlam but fell short; won first World title in five years at WrestleMania 23 against Randy Orton. Since then was embroiled in feud with Orton but is now out thanks to a punt inside of the Hell in a Cell from Orton.

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Matt Hardy

Finishers – Side Effect, Twist of Fate

Alignment – Tweener

Former (1x) WWE United States Champion
Former (1x) WCW Tag Team Champion (w/ Jeff Hardy)
Former (1x) European Champion
Former (1x) Hardcore Champion
Former (5x) World Tag Team Champion (w/ Jeff Hardy)
Former (1x) Cruiserweight Champion


Notable Feuds – Mr. Kennedy, Booker T, Rey Mysterio, Paul Burchill, Rodney Mack, The Gold Standards, Jeff Hardy

Notable Achievements – Started out 2006 coming close to winning US title in Battle Royal; fought Mr. Kennedy at No Way Out failing to win but would get revenge almost a year later. Feuded with Booker T once again failing to capture US title before joining forces to team with Rey Mysterio (a last replacement due to death of Chris Benoit) as his tag partner against Rated RKO at the Great American Bash; had troubles with Rey Mysterio thanks to Mr. Kennedy trying to manipulate Hardy to turn against Mysterio but never did turn against him; drafted to Raw in April 2007 before defending US title in consecutive PPV’s against Burchill and Mack before losing to Benjamin in August 2007; turned against brother on a Smackdown attacking him before defeating Jeff at SummerSlam in Brand Supremacy Match

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“The Big Red Monster” Kane

Finishers – Chokeslam, Tombstone Piledriver

Alignment – Face

Former (1x) WWE Champion
Former (1x) WCW Tag Team Champion (w/ The Undertaker)
Former (1x) Hardcore Champion
Former (2x) Intercontinental Champion
Former (9x) World Tag Team Champion (2 each with Mankind, X-Pac, and Undertaker, 1 each with The Hurricane, Rob Van Dam and The Big Show)


Notable Feuds – 3 Minute Warning, The Big Show, Batista, Mark Henry

Notable Achievements – Started out 2006 as World Tag Team Champs with The Big Show; Lost Tag Team titles in February 2006 thanks to return of 3 Minute Warning; Big Show and Kane then feuded which led to a Loser Leaves WWE Match that saw Kane win the match at Vengeance; Kane went on to Smackdown shortly afterwards in August; started long term feud with Batista that ended at WrestleMania 23 losing to the Animal; drafted to ECW in April but when it closed came over to Raw; since then hasn’t done too much on Raw to note.

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“The Gold Standard” Shelton Benjamin

Finishers – Paydirt, T-Bone Suplex

Alignment – Heel

Current (1x) United States Champion
Former (2x) Intercontinental Champion
Former (2x) WWE Tag Team Champion (w/ Charlie Haas)
Former (1x) World Tag Team Champion (w/ Elijah Burke)


Notable Feuds – Gregory Helms, Jeff Hardy, Charlie Haas, Ric Flair, CM Punk, Brian Kendrick,

Notable Achievements – Captured second Intercontinental title at Saturday Night’s Main Event in March 2006 defeating then champion Chris Masters; held title all the way up until Unforgiven losing to Jeff Hardy in a Ladder Match; shortly afterwards feuded with Charlie Haas and new found tag partner Ric Flair before finally finding a partner in Elijah Burke; Burke and Benjamin captured titles at Royal Rumble defeating Flair and Haas; went on to third consecutive MITB Ladder Match at WrestleMania coming close to winning; lost tag titles to CM Punk and Brian Kendrick at Night of Champions; recently won US title in Triple Threat featuring Matt Hardy and Elijah Burke.

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“The Guiding Light” Elijah Burke

Finishers - The Elijah Experience, the Elijah Express

Alignment – Heel

Former 1x World Tag Team Champion (w/ Shelton Benjamin)


Notable Feuds – Ric Flair and Charlie Haas, CM Punk and Brian Kendrick, Matt Hardy

Notable Achievements – Made a splash coming into Raw immediately winning his first match after aligning with Shelton Benjamin; Won tag team gold in his first month on Raw at the Royal Rumble after defeating Flair and Haas; Lost Tag Team titles to Punk and Kendrick at Night of Champions; watched his tag partner win US title in a Triple Threat Match featuring Burke and former champion Hardy in which Burke came close to finally winning his first singles title.

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“The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry

Finishers – World’s Strongest Slam, World’s Strongest Splash

Alignment – Heel

Former (1x) European Champion


Notable Feuds – Kurt Angle, JBL, Kane

Notable Achievements – Fought for World-Heavyweight Championship in 2006 at SummerSlam but didn’t win; shortly afterwards joined forces with JBL to rid Smackdown of GM Theodore Long; spent early 2007 not doing much on Smackdown before being drafted to ECW; feuded with Kane before ECW closed and went to Raw; currently not appearing on television due to no ideas from creative at this time.

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“The Straight-Edge Superstar” CM Punk

Finishers - GTS, Anaconda Vice

Alignment – Face

Current 1x World Tag Team Champion (w/ Brian Kendrick)


Notable Feuds – William Regal, The Gold Standards, Priceless

Notable Achievements – Debuted on first episode of Smackdown in 2007; feuded with William Regal and Dave Taylor defeating Regal at No Way Out. Fought at first WrestleMania in his career at WrestleMania 23 but failed to win Money in the Bank. Drafted to Raw in 2007 and then teamed with Brian Kendrick; won Tag Team titles at Night of Champions.

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Brian Kendrick

Finisher - The Kendrick

Alignment – Face

Current (1x) World Tag Team Champion (w/ CM Punk)
Former 1x WWE Tag Team Champion (w/ Paul London)


Notable Feuds – MNM, UKliq, The FBI, The Mexicools, The Bluebloods, Deuce and Domino, The Gold Standards, Priceless

Notable Achievements: Kendrick has specialized as a tag team partner holding the WWE Tag Team titles with Paul London from April 2, 2006 all the way up until February 9, 2006 losing them to Deuce and Domino. Drafted to Raw in April 2007before forming a formidable tandem with CM Punk. Punk and Kendrick won World Tag Team titles at Night of Champions 2007

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Kenny Dykstra

Finisher – Sky High Leg Drop

Alignment – Heel

No Title History


Notable Feuds – John Cena (w/ Spirit Squad), Matt Hardy, Hardcore Holly

Notable Achievements – After splitting up with the Spirit Squad was the only member to remain on the roster; Dykstra shortly afterwards went to Smackdown where he contended for the United States title earlier in the year but failed to win it from Matt Hardy; Dykstra then was drafted to ECW in April before thanks to it closing down came to Raw; was formerly aligned with Ashley Massaro but broke up with her and joined Kelly Kelly when ECW was still on the network; since coming to Raw has had “trouble” with Cryme Tyme and Hardcore Holly more recently.

****

“The Ripper” Paul Burchill

Finishers – C4, Curb Stomp

Alignment – Heel

No Title History


Notable Feuds – Finlay, William Regal, MVP

Notable Achievements – Joined UKliq in early 2006 before breaking up in summer 2006; re-debuted as “Pirate” Paul Burchill and had a short stint mainly feuding with MVP; returned in 2007 aligning with Edge briefly; drafted to Raw in April 2007 before earning US title shot at Backlash against Matt Hardy failing to win the title in the process; had a short and brief lived feud with the Undertaker having claimed to have attacked him; since then hasn’t appeared much on Raw

****

William Regal

Finishing Move – The Power of the Punch, Running Knee, Regal Stretch

Alignment – Heel

Former (4x) World Tag Team Champion (2 times w/ Lance Storm, 1 each w/ Eugene and Tajiri)
Former (5x) Hardcore Champion
Former (4x) European Champion
Former (1x) Intercontinental Champion


Notable Feuds – Paul London and Brian Kendrick, Finlay, Paul Burchill, CM Punk, Tommy Dreamer

Notable Achievements – Joined UKliq in early 2006 before group split and created three way feud with Finlay, Regal, and Burchill; went single afterwards staying on Smackdown doing very little before teaming with Dave Taylor; feuded with CM Punk after Punk debuted before losing to the rookie; drafted to ECW in April but came to Raw after the brand closed after feuding with Tommy Dreamer; back on Raw for first time since 2005 and looking to make an impact.

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“The Mexican Warrior” Chavo Guerrero

Finishers - Frog Splash, Gory Bomb

Alignment – Heel

Former 5x Cruiserweight Champion
Former 2x WWE Tag Team Champion (w/ Eddie Guerrero)


Notable Feuds – Jamie Noble, Paul London, Matt Hardy

Notable Achievements – Fought numerous times for Cruiserweight Championship in 2006 and early 2007 failing to capture the gold including at WrestleMania 23. Was drafted to Raw in April having made somewhat of an impact after earning a US title shot against Matt Hardy and the next week pinning John Cena in a match but since then hasn’t seen much time on Raw since.

****

Tommy Dreamer

Finishing Move – DDT

Alignment – Face

Former (1x) ECW Champion
Former (14x) Hardcore Champion


Notable Feuds – Chris Masters, Test, Matt Striker, William Regal

Notable Achievements – Came back to active WWE roster in early 2007 due to rebirth of ECW; fought with ECW Originals Sandman and Balls Mahoney against Masters, Striker, and Test at Judgment Day failing to win the match; came over to Raw thanks to closing of ECW and since has been relegated to Heat status.

****

Hardcore Holly

Finisher – Alabama Slam

Alignment – Face

Former 6x Hardcore Champion
Former 2x World Tag Team Champion (1 each w/ 1-2-3 Kid and Crash Holly)


Notable Feuds – Sylvan, Kenny Dykstra

Notable Achievements – Hasn’t done much recently as of note but did have a feud at the beginning of summer of 2006 with Sylvan; Since then has been featured as a jobber in very few limited television appearances; Was drafted over to Raw in April and since then has seen very limited TV time as well on the flagship show of Raw.

****

“The Glamazon” Beth Phoenix

Finisher - Glam Slam

Alignment – Heel

Current (2x) Women’s Champion


Notable Feuds – Victoria, Mickie James

Notable Achievements – Debuted in May 2006 aligning with former Women’s Champion Trish Stratus as she tried to take down then Women’s Champion Mickie James (who was a heel at the time) ; inactive for majority of remainder of 2006 before returning in 2007 and capturing first Women’s title at WrestleMania 23. Currently in feud with Mickie James over title after having won back title at SummerSlam

****

Mickie James

Finishers – Mick Kick, Mick DDT

Alignment – Face

Former (2x) Women’s Champion


Notable Feuds – Trish Stratus, Ashley Massaro, Victoria, Beth Phoenix

Notable Achievements – Debuted siding with Trish Stratus as her number one fan; turned on Trish and Ashley in lead up to WrestleMania 22; captured first Women’s title against Trish at WrestleMania 22 carrying it all the way up until July losing it to Victoria; got rematch against Victoria at Unforgiven but lost; sporadically appeared until after befriending Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix after her return; Phoenix turned on her which allowed James to capture her second Women’s title at the Great American Bash; recently lost title at SummerSlam back to Phoenix.

****

Victoria

Finishing Move – The Widow’s Peak

Alignment – Heel

Former (3x) Women’s Champion


Notable Feuds – Mickie James, Beth Phoenix

Notable Achievements – Captured third Women’s title at Saturday Night’s Main Event in July of 2006; went on to carry title all the way to WrestleMania 23 before losing to Beth Phoenix; since then has been seen rarely on Raw except for the occasional divas match.

****

Other Divas

Candice
Jillian
Kelly Kelly
Maryse
Melina
Michelle McCool

Other Members of Raw Roster

Kevin Thorn
JTG and Shad – Cryme Tyme
Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch
Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase - Priceless
Santino Marella
Val Venis
Theodore Long – Manager of the Gold Standards
Eric Bischoff - co GM of Raw
Mick Foley - co-GM of Raw

Sometimes Appearing on Raw

Mr. McMahon
Shane McMahon
Stephanie McMahon
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Hey KOP. Nice Raw bios, i find this a really clever thing to do, as it lets casual or new readers catch up on exactly what has been going on. Anyway this is really a nothing comment, i just thought i would let you know that the effort you put in is appreciated.
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Monday Night Raw Preview - Monday August 21, 2007
Crown Center Coliseum - Fayetteville, North Carolina


A new champion was crowned at SummerSlam as Triple H was able to defeat Batista and capture his eleventh world championship. The Animal clearly will not be in a good mood tonight and to make matters worse there are rumors going around that Shane McMahon, the man that Batista attacked a few weeks ago backstage, will be on Raw this Monday night for the first time since the attack. Will Shane McMahon show his face and confront Batista about the attacks and possibly find out who's behind the attacks going around the WWE?

Speaking of McMahon's, Stephanie McMahon will make her first appearance on Raw in a while as she will have an offer that Eric Bischoff "may not be able to resist." This offer could be a number of things but what will it have to do with? Just last week Stephanie's dad was attacked in the ring and a steel pipe was laid beside his body. We have yet to find out who this mystery attacker is but he once again struck just last night at SummerSlam attacking Rob Van Dam. Will Stephanie try to address the situation? What will be her offer for Eric Bischoff?

The road to Unforgiven will take an interesting turn as Eric Bischoff and Mick Foley both have signed perhaps one of Raw's biggest main events in recent time as the number one contender for the WWE title will be decided with Randy Orton taking on Matt Hardy and Mr. Kennedy in a Triple Threat Match where the winner faces Triple H at Unforgiven! Each man was put into the match according to Bischoff due to their victories at SummerSlam in which Orton defeated Chris Jericho, Matt Hardy defeated his brother Jeff, and Mr. Kennedy defeated the Undertaker. It's clear all three men are not at the top of their health but with only four weeks to go a main event for Unforgiven must be decided! Who will be victorious?

Don't miss this and more plus appearances from NEW Women's Champion Beth Phoenix, World Tag Team Champions CM Punk and Brian Kendrick, Santino Marella, Priceless, and many other superstars! Tune into Raw live this Monday at 9/8 CT on the USA Network.
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First off, I read Summerslam but at the time I just ran out of time to leave feedback on it. That being said, I had no major gripes with anything that went down and felt it was a well executed PPV.

Nice Wolfy-esque RAW roster layout there, I'm a fan of it and if I cba sometime I'd probably do it for mine haha. Still I liked it and seeing all the guys there with their reletive info was good. I'd forgotten a few things that you've reminded me of.

RAW preview looks good and the Batista/Shane storyline could be sexeh if done props like you usually can. Steph & The Bisch promo possibility? Ratings tbh. I have an idea of who the masked man is, however I wont mention it incase it's a SPOILER, I guess I'll see if I'm right when the time comes. Triple threat is a little eh considering I cannot ever imagine Matt being good enough to be near the title, so I can only see Orton winning as Kennedy isn't quite there either, altho he's got a better chance than MH does.

I'll be checking it out, when it goes up.
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