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Old 10-15-2006, 02:05 PM   #521 (permalink)
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King of Pain V1's Backlash Review

Pretty good opening, could have been a little better but still hyped tonight focusing on the main matches for tonight. A good opening match that was better than I expected to tell the truth. I like this combination of Test and Striker, it adds something new. Striker wins with the Golden Rule, which is good as the heel won and normally that doesn't happen in an opening match to a PPV.

Hardy returns! I cannot wait to see how you use him in this thread. Should make an immediate impact. Decent tag match, was not expecting much and I'm glad that 3MW went over because the team of Eugene and Goldust winning isn't something great. The heels have seemed to win everything so far, so that looks like we're going to see the faces win most of the matches tonight.

Good Vince and Shane promo, although I felt it was a bit rushed. Nice line at the end with them stealing Austin's catchphrase, which seemed in character. Women's title match is next, and this turned out to be an interesting match. I was somewhat surprised that no turns were made in this match as I was sort of expecting an Ashley turn, but good match and Mickie retaining was the right thing to do.

Nice Carlito promo. Guaranteeing that he won't be put in the Masterlock eh? That usually means that he will be and will lose. We shall see. Impressive match, liked Carlito's usage of moonsaults and other moves. Nice to finally see a face win, and I'm happy that Carlito won the match. Good Judgment Day promo, it seems though like most of your PPV promos, you gotta add some more spice to them though, they seem to be very bland most of the time.

Very good match with Helms and Benjamin. Loved all the athleticism and action in this match entirely. So far this is MOTN, excellent job on this match KOPV, you sure know how to use these two properly, and I'm glad that Shelton won. Nice Cena promo, nothing special, just builds him up to be the guy he is. Wow great cage match, liked Cena winning but as Arj said, stop the feud now and if you do, let Jericho win. The spot where Kenny hit a leg drop from the top of the cage was BRILLIANT! Loved this match.

For some reason in that promo, I actually felt sorry for the Spirit Squad. I see a feud between Jericho and the Spirit Squad in the near future. Now time for what should be a great tag match. And boy did this match deliver. Terrific use of wrestling in this match, and it really brought me back to the old days where tag team wrestling was ACTUALLY good. Interesting to see the heels win on a PPV, but that just means we WILL be seeing RVD winning, not that that wasn't a guarantee already.

Great Angle promo, thought he was very in character in that promo. He's fired up for his match against RVD, who could be moving onto a new feud after this match, and I'm just DIEING to know who it will be if RVD wins. Great match, almost as good as their Mania match, glad that Van Dam retained and that could be the end of their feud. Unless you pull a Batista/HHH out of your sleeve and have Angle say "HELL... IN A CELL..." nah, just kidding. Great PPV man, cannot wait to see the backlash of Backlash!
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Thanks for the reviews so far guys, I'm going to give it a little bit more time and try to get some work started on Judgment Day soon. I'm going to be returning reviews too, and these next few months in the thread are going to be busy but great. I think you'll all enjoy it. Anyways, so Raw will probably be up by the end of this week, maybe as early as Thursday. And reviews will be returned, if they are needed to be returned.
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Opening Promo: This was great I liked it a lot I wish a few more people were used in this though like Kane at least and Gregory Helms and Shelton would be cool a bit longer possibly still a good start to the PPV got me hype'd for it.

Match #1
Charlie Haas vs. Matt Striker


This was a good match I liked how you used Test threwout the match as it was really good match here, The amount of moves used by both was good it seems pretty lengthy for an opening match which is good for the most part. Test I thought interfered maybe 1 to many times but thats just an opinion a pretty predictable ending to this match. Haas had the Haas of Pain and Test helped Striker be saved pretty good there I thought that was good, then Test gets into the action by going onto the ropes and the finish was superb and entertaining I thought a good end to a good match. This was good hopefully this is a sign of good matchs to come in the show

Jeff Hardy vignette: This was really good I thought Jeff Hardy returns was a good idea this was a good segment though I thought you should of put this segment much further into the show as he deserves at least a decent promo slot in the show none the less good to see him returning nice addition to Raw.

Match #2
World Tag Team Championships
3 Minute Warning (c’s) vs. Eugene and Goldust w/Snitsky


This match was decently entertaining though I thought it should of been a bit more one sided more dominant till the end for 3MW it was good to see the flow of this match I wasn't a big fan of this match booking though as Eugene & Goldust with Snitsky with them? Thats a SICK combonation 1 stone 3 birds I guess you could say and 3MW wins if Eugene & Goldust won I woulda been annoyied.... this was a good match better then expected for these teams involved would of liked a bit more one sided ness for the heels like I said still good.

Vince/Shane promo: This was good I like the interaction between Shane and Vince in this though I don't understand how Shane goes from bad to good spirits with just one comment either way good little promo and I like how they stole Stone Cold's line thats sure to piss him off I cannot wait for that match as that booking for that match is superb McMahons special ref and enforcer and HBK and Stone Cold vs HHH and Kane is awesome with those other stips damn good booking for this PPV mate.

Match #3
Women’s Championship
Handicap Match
Mickie James © vs. Trish Stratus and Ashley Massaro


I have a few comments about this I am not a huge fan of this match as I am not a huge fan of the Women's division. I think this wasn't good I wish Trish and Ashley would of won or at least some controversial turn in this as its not good to see nothing special in this none the less a good match but should of had contreversial turn in it.

Carlito Interview: This was ok I am not a huge fan of it though he mentions the WWE Championships please don't tell me were gonna see him goin for the WWE Championship. Anyways decent buildup for the match gonna be a good read for sure but don't put him in the WWE Title scene that will massacre the current scene unless its a triple threat with Angle vs RVD vs Carlito that would be ok at best though.

Match #4
Carlito vs. Chris Masters


Just like to make a prediction before this since it seems your giving Carlito a push I think Carlito's gonna win now onto the match review. I think this was a good match I like these guys facing off and the action in the match was superb in my opinion. You showcased Carlito well in this match, I am very happy Carlito won I don't like his push but I hate Masters truthfully getting a push over Carlito so this is good to see Carlito displayed a good move set in this match and the end was pretty good with the breaking of the Masterlock basically and then the Backcracker a lot of back finishers it seems tonight in this show thats interesting very good show so far mate I am loving Backlash.

Judgement Vignette: This was good mate it should of had a few more lines I thought though in this but this still was pretty good for a small vignette good way to advertise Judgement day. This show keeps rolling still got another half of the show this should be pretty good hopefully we'll see some title change as its boring to see no titles change in a PPV I see Gregory Helms winning so hopefully we'll see that at least.

Match #5
Intercontinental Championship
Shelton Benjamin © vs Gregory Helms


This is quite booking I would like to say because the talent in this match is superb and yes I like the word superb. I think this should be a very entertaining and athetlic contest lets see if you can live up to the hype I am giving this match, As reading this match it was good pace and entertaining for the most part for me. I think towars the middle of the match the pinfall attempts went down a lot but thats fine I like this match so far. I went on reading it was pretty good and I have a few things to say about the finish, I really disliked the ending to such a great match you had an ok finish nothing special decent. You should of had a more exciting way to finish this match but still pretty superb match overall.

John Cena Promo: This was pretty good I like how Cena is in 6-0 over Jericho damn Jericho really must be pissed off at this point by so many losses over to Cena. I think that this match is going to be awesome can't wait to see who wins and how it goes down this PPV is one of the best i've read in a long time mate.

Match #6
Steel Cage Match
John Cena vs. Chris Jericho


Just gonna leave a comment hope this gimmick match lives up to the hype it has cause it seems so much build up coming off WrestleMania hopefully this match lives up to my expectations I love cage matchs. Ok this match was pretty spectacular as I thought it was good to see the action and everything in the match. The Spirit Squad was great in this as their part in the middle of the match was superb and this looking to turn out well can't wait to see who wins this I expect Jericho to win it though. The Spirit Squad gets thrown out of the ring thats sick they woulda ganged up on him but I love seeing one guy destroy them so this is a very VERY exciting match mate this is turning out really good. Wow an F-U onto the ladder that was good but maybe you should of had Jericho take and F-U off the top of the cage that would of been really awesome. This match turned out awesome and this is even better then I thought it was the next 2 matchs are going to be something great to read for sure.

Spirit Squad/Jericho Promo:
This was really cool mate Jericho seems really pissed at the Spirit Squad I can see some tension between these guys on Raw but probably they will regroup and slaughter John Cena on Raw probably this is good though nice addition here after they didn't really do much for Jericho in that match.

Match #7
Triple H and Kane vs. Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin
Special Referee: Mr. McMahon
Special Enforcer: Shane McMahon


This is my fav match on the card Special Ref: Vince, Special Enforcer: Shane this should be AWESOME. Good start having Vince check over Shawn wonder what HHH has on him since he won't be checking Trips this should be an interesting match. What a spectacle this was fast pace and awesome, wow Vince gets taken out very much expected wonder how this is gonna go on but there's still Shane and he's the Wrestler out of that screwjob team so lets see where this goes Austin this is so awesome so far mate. Austin hits the stunner but to new prevail no win for Austin and Michaels stupid Shane this match is awesome all hail this match by far my fav of the night. This point on Trips and Kane dominate the match and they win the match figures It would be so unrealistic to see Austin and Michaels win that would be so unrealistic cause the deck is so stacked its unpossible I guess the McMahons promo earier was the truth. I hope we see Austin vs HHH next PPV as that would be awesome match in a Cell or something this was a spectacular match the finish I kinda found predictable but the rest of the match was really good MOTN for sure so far lets see the Main Event.

Angle Interview:
Interesting little thing here to get a promo in between everything you don't need to fit small Interviews in here cause its unrealistic before the Main Event of a PPV to have an interview shouldn't of had this just the Main Event but need some type of build up earlier in the show would of been better.

Match #8
WWE Championship
Rob Van Dam © vs. Kurt Angle


This match started off well and it looks like from the start its going to turn into a very good spectacal. So far up to the first pinfall I like how it looks so far and good set of moves to my liking are being used so far, I am on reading this match and I am not so found of RVD's dominance by having so many covers on Angle thats not good I would expect the challenger to do this not the Champion he would try to put his opponent away several times but he wouldn't have like 4 covers like this just an opinion. Not liking how the match goes from one side to the other pinfall wise but I loved when Angle cought the Ankle of Van Dam and went for the Ankle lock very good here I like how this happens in real life alot so that was really realistic and cool. The ending goes on perfectly the set up wise but entertainment wise its not really cool to have RVD dominate the last 3 paragraphs to get the win but I would of rather seen RVD get a sneaky roll up win not cheat but get out of an Angle slam and get the roll up in. Still a very exciting match very enjoyable now to rate the rest of the stuff grammer ETC lets see this was a superb match also by the way but the ending was kinda ok not great or exciting that much though to predictable.

Realism:
9/10 this was a very realistic show some of the Realism was off for the most part it was good very realistic to see no title changes thats realistic coming off title changes at Mania etc and all of that and its realistic for it on Backlash cause titles rarely change after Mania at Backlash usually WrestleMania main event rematch but just cause its realistic don't mean I like the no title changes.

Grammer: 7/10 I saw a lot of Grammer errors all over the place in this not that much but I saw one here one there they add up mate you should of used spell check this will get better I am sure by next PPV I hate having to stuff with spelling errors even though my work sometimes has spellin errors.

Length: The length was perfect for me as 51 pages like Arjun said is enough this was good and very much to my liking this PPV is gonna be like the length of one of mine in the future this was one awesome PPV man a very good read overall.

Booking: The booking was spot on in this but I don't like that none of the titles changed it made it look like a bit bad booking wise to have no titles change even if it was Tag Team or Women's Title something should of shifted very interesting ending though for Cena vs Jericho I love that feud so much good job.

Entertainment: 8/10 entertaining but the end of matchs were pretty bad sometimes and I really disliked how no titles changed its cool and all but it took away some of the excitement in the end seeing no titles change still overall solid PPV entertainment wise.

Overall: 90/100 It was like an A- or ****/***** this was a really good show mate a little more exciting at the end of matchs would of been cool and spell check would of been good great show ill be reviewing Raw pm me when its up!
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Nice opening video to kick the show off, with the big names from the show tonight getting something to say, which just gives the matches some last minute hype

Expected the IC title match to start the show, but Haas/Striker isn’t the worst choicse you could have made. Some nice technical stuff to start the match, and I guess there is going to be a bit of it in this match, as this is the area that these two work best in. Spinning belly to belly off the top rope was a great spot from haas, and I may have to steal it and some point, but it doesn’t get the win. He hits the exploder suplex, but Test puts Striker’s foot on the ropes. Striker then hits the golden rule (love the name), and it is over. Good opening contest here, and it gets both men over, and I guess a rematch will happen on Raw as well, to complete the feud

Jeff Hardy is coming back to Raw. Nice to see him back, and he will fit into the IC division well, which has a strong future in this thread

I guess the tag match will be short, as I don’t want to see it go too long, as it is the filler of the night. Eugene does his normal comedy spots, but gets nailed with a samoan drop to take him out. Golduts gets the hot tag, but it doesn’t really work, and Eugene gets another samoan drop, so 3MW keep the belts. Solid match here, but a new feud needs to be started, as I don’t see what else can be done in this feud.

Okay McMahons promo, but it did seem like filler really, just to break up the matches

A good womens match next, which did its job on the card, and kept me interesting throughout the whole match. Trish really was the star of this match really, as she was on fire once she got the hot tag, and I get the feeling that she will be getting the womens title back at some point in the future, but just not yet. Some good false finishes in the match as well with the womens finishers, and shocked to see Trish take the fall, as I would have thought that was Ashley’s job. Big win for Mickie here, which really puts her over

Masters vs. Carlito is a contest of speed vs. power, I have a feeling that it will be the speed of Carlito that gets him the win. Good start to the match with Carlito getting the advantage, and then nailing the moonsault to Masters, which would have got the crowd into it from the off. Masters though manages to recover with his power, and beat down Carlito, but the Double Springboard Corkscrew Senton Splash, but it doesn’t get the win. Masters gets the in the masterlock, and this could be all, but Carlito spits in the ref’s face, and then nails the low blow to Masters to break it, which is a great way of doing the counter. Carlito then nails the backcracker, and he gets the win to end this match, which is probably the best so far tonight, which is good to see. Carlito can move back towards the IC title now, although there could be a bit more in this feud to go

IC title match next, which means the 3 big matches are last, and 1 thing I have noticed so far is that the matches go in order of importance, which is good, but at times I like to have them broken up, with maybe one of the big matches but early in the card. This should be a great match though. Some great action to start the match, and the spinning ddt was a great spot to have in the match, and so far, I am loving this match. Shelton then brings out the powerbomb, but that doesn’t get the win. Stinger splash and then the northern lights can only get a 2, as neither man wants to lose. Helms hits the vertebreaker, but Shelton gets a foot on the ropes, as it still wont end. Helms hits the shining wizard, but Shelton fights back with the T-Bone, and that gets him the win. MOTN by far tonight, and I hope that you keep this feud going, as I loved this match, and I feel that there is a lot that can happen if you give these two another match

Okay promo from Cena, nothing special, but it hypes up his cage match with Jericho, which is going to be a good one

Loving the attitude of Jericho in this match, with him yelling out his catchphrases at Cena, making him look obsessed with beating him, but Cena stays strong. Jericho goes misses the moonsault off the cage, which is a big spot to have early in the match, but I don’t know why he didn’t just climb out the cage if he wants the win so badly. Must have wanted to pin him. Double powerbomb from Jericho doesn’t get the win either, in what is a good match so far. Cena then gets to the ropes with the Walls of Jericho, and nothing Jericho does looks to be enough to get the win. Lionsault results in Cena getting the knees up, and Cena is looking strong out of this match. Cena comes back with his 5 moves of doom, and nails the F-U, but here comes the SS, and this match has been booked really well so far. Cena starts to dominate the SS, but the ladder shot turns the tide. Kenny hits a leg drop off the top of the cage, but Jericho still cant get the win, as Cena kicks out. Cena then takes out the SS, the ref locks them out of the cage, so they cant get involved in this finish. Jericho misses the chair shot, and then Cena nails the F-U on the ladder, before climbing to victory. Great match here, and in my opinion, this is better than Helms/Shelton, and one of the best booked cage matches I have read in a long while. Cena did look like superman, but it keeps the feud going strong, and when will Jericho ever get a win over Cena!!!

Jericho has got fed up with the SS, and looks to be turning on them. Don’t see a feud happening there, but it could happen

Vince is going to be very biased if the start of the match is anything to go by, and I guess it is going to be a predictable contest. Quick counts are used by Vince, and the power of Kane and HHH starts the match strong. Shawn takes out Shane momentarily, but I guess that wont be the end of him in the match. Shane fights back, and he nails the elbow drop through the table to HBK, taking him out of the match. Austin is going to have to be beaten down now, and that is what we get with the chair shots. HBK gets back into the match, and takes out Vince with the SCM, and now the match is fair. Austin nails the stunner to Kane, which would be enough, but Shane pulls the referee out of the ring. HHH then nails the pedigree to Austin, and HBK cant break it up, and the heels get the win. Good match, but not the MOTN, and from this, I can only see the feud carrying on

Main event time, and it is the Mania rematch, which should be a good contest to end the show. RVD has all the momentum so far to start the match, and in the ring, he looks to be a good threat, but he doesn’t appear to be the main focus of the show at all, which is good the champion should be, and to be honest, both the cage and the tag match had more build than this match. RVD needs to cut some strong promos to convince me that he can be the focus of the show in this thread. All RVD to start with until Angle gets the ankle lock in, but RVD counters straight away. Angle goes to get a weapon, but RVD counters it again, so the DQ between them doesn’t happen, which is good to see. RVD has looked great in this match so far, and this is the strongest he has been ever booked. Angle eventually manages to gain control of the match, and take all the momentum, and locks in the body scissors. Angle slam only gets a 2 count though, but Angle gets the ankle lock, but after a long struggle, RVD gets the ropes and breaks the hold. RVD then hits the rolling thunder, and the 5 star, and he is still the champion, in a good contest to end the show. I think a new challenger needs to be found though, as this feud has run its course
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WWE Monday Night Raw Preview for May 1, 2006

Raw emenates tonight live from Worcester, Massachusetts and such a major night is in store for the superstars. Rob Van Dam walked away with the win last night retaining his title over "The Wrestling Machine" Kurt Angle to retain the WWE Championship. RVD though will look to move onto bigger and better things now that he is done with Angle. Could we be hearing what happens next for the current WWE Champion? Or will we have to wait just a little bit longer to hear from him? Will we also hear from Kurt Angle?

Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon helped their team, Triple H and Kane, defeat Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold at Backlash. Despite the fight put up by Stone Cold and Michaels, the odds were against them majorly. Mr. McMahon has informed us at WWE.com that both Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin have been granted the night off to "heal their injuries" as they need a break. Could we be hearing more about Stone Cold and HBK from Mr. McMahon? Is this really over with or not?

Inside of the 15-foot high Steel Cage, John Cena walked away with victory in his hometown in Boston. Cena defeated Jericho which Jericho was shown angered in the back afterwards. Jericho got pissed at the Spirit Squad, his hitmen as they cost him the match. Jericho walked out bloody and battered ignoring the whole Spirit Squad's apologies. Now Jericho has told us he will be at Raw tonight and that he will answer all these questions on a special edition of the Highlight Reel!

For all of this and more, don't miss Raw this Monday as Open Season begins. Could we see a superstar jump over to kick off Open Season or could we be waiting for a little bit for the first move?
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Didn't read the Raw preview KOP, as I dont want to spoil the PPV. Expect the review, as promised, to be up Sunday. Just wanted to tell you since I figured you were online. After that, however, my reviews will be nothing more than a read and overall comment paragraph, until I get Mania posted. Your my last full review until then. Oh yeah, and you could review SNME if you'd like.
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Opening Promo was nice. It hyped about almost every feuds / matches for the pay-per-view tonight. However, I wanted more from this. Length could’ve been better. Though, the concept was very good.

Match #1
Charlie Haas vs. Matt Striker

Since this is Charlie Haas’ return to the pay-per-view, I think that it highly likely that he’s going to come out as the winner of the match. Okay, now I begin reading the match and it starts off in a good way with neither man getting the advantage and both men giving us a back and forth contest. Striker is the first man to gain the advantage and it’s interesting that Test keeps himself involved in this match, by doing illegal things, which referee is unaware of. Haas finally gets out of the lock and comes back with a flying clothesline, taking Striker down. Oh, Haas now connects the overhead suplex to Striker. And Haas is back in the game guys! Yeah, smart work by Striker here, who then goes out of the ring and takes a deep breather, getting his momentum back. Ouch, the Haastruction from the top turnbuckle to Striker would’ve been awesome, and that could have hurt Striker’s back badly. Yeah, Haas is the master of suplexes [Not really,] as he takes down Striker, by yet another suplex, this time, the northern lights suplex, which then connects into the bridge. Oh, Haas is now at the ring apron, and what could happen here. Wow, that gotta hurt Haas’ back badly man. But I think that it looks un-realistic because I couldn’t imagine Haas going from the top rope to the barricade, because it has a lot of distance to cover. I like the unique team of Striker and Test. Test, once again, takes the advatage of the distraction and connects a huge blow to the back of Haas. So far, Striker and Test are doing an impressive work. Wow, Test now Irish whips Haas hardly to the steel steps. C’mon, the referees aren’t that much dumb, they can hear the voice of that sick thud, whilst they are distracted. Haas in now the ring, and why didn’t Striker made a pinning predicament? Lol. Anyways, I am glad that Haas comes back quickly and takes down Striker, with yet another version of suplex, the belly-to-belly. And now, the exploder suplex. C’mon, I do want to see another moves from Haas, not only suplexes. Test! Damn him. Lol. Haas of the Pain connects! And it could be the end for Striker. But no! Test again comes back and interrupts the match. And could that be the major turn-a-round of that match? Indeed. Yeah, Golden Rule connects and Striker upsets Haas and beats him for his returning match.
Match Rating: 6/10 – Was really a good contest. Back and forth, as I’d say. Realism was perfect at almost every time. Knowledge and variety of moves were perfect. Length could’ve been better but looking at that, this was an opener – so that was just perfect. Match flowed well at every point and I couldn’t find anything wrong in this one. Although, Haas used the suplexes too much, me thinks. Didn’t see him doing any other move, expect the Haastruction and Haas of Pain, than the suplexes.

I think that Jeff Hardy’s return could be a good one here. Charismatic Enigma – let’s see what you can do with this guy. All I can say here is that he’s in line for a strong push to the mid-carders or the intercontinental division.

Match #2
World Tag Team Championships
3 Minute Warning (c’s) vs. Eugene and Goldust w/Snitsky

Before I begin reviewing this one, I’d really like to say that I am not really fond of this tag team division here. It is just getting plain boring. Hope that you find out and get some new teams on the block. And I don’t like the pairing of Eugene, Goldust, and Snitsky to be honest. Okay, the match starts now and we see Rosey and Jamal dominating Eugene and Goldust. Simple brawl going around here, as Jamal and ‘Dust are the legal guys. Glad that Snitsky involves himself in this match-up by dominating Jamal at the outside of the ring. Back body drop from the top is a bit hard to image but I’ll let this go. Alright, Goldust tags in Eugene and Jamal tags in Rosey. Eugene is the fresh man here and he gets the advatage over Rosey, by connecting the junkyard dog like headbutt. Eugene looking for People’s Elbow? Oh no, instead, he misses and crashes through the mat! Eugene stands up and Rosey plants him down the Samoan Drop. Now that gotta be the end of Eugene and Goldust. But oh, wait! Eugene kicks out! Um, some back and forth action going around here. Oh, Eugene again gets the best, by using some of Hogan things. Alright, Jamal gets back his momentum and… WOW! Jamal’s flying splashes to Eugene… But WAIT! Eugene moves as Rosey collides with the ring! Goldust goes for the Curtain Call, but Jamal pushes and… lol… Goldust then comes back with a low blow. Nice to see them using some heel tactics. I am now at the last part of the match and Eugene and Rosey are the legal men. And now the ref is out as Snitsky comes in and takes Jamal to the outside. Oh gawd, almost out of nowhere Rosey comes up and drops down Eugene with the Samoan Drop. Well, it is the second time that you used this move in this match and this time, the big guys take the victory.
Match Rating: 5/10 – Length was the main problem here but if we see this as a filler type of match, than its okay. Knowledge and variety of moves were almost perfect. Although, the Samoan Drop was used second time in this match. Match flowed well. I don’t like the booking here though. Hope that you bring in some new talent or some guys from TNA. Or maybe some old WWE tag teams because this team is kinda pointless. It was a boring match nonetheless.

Shane and Vince McMahon now show up and do their usual stuff bashing Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin. This feud looks very good and I am glad that you are hyping this kindly.

Match #3
Women’s Championship
Handicap Match
Mickie James © vs. Trish Stratus and Ashley Massaro

Glad that the match started in a fast-paced way. Trish gets the advantage and knocks down Mickie and here comes Ashley. Mickie now gets back her momentum and slams down Ashley, with the powerslam. Lol, Trish is using some of Mickie’s tactics and that’s cool. Mickie turns back and is greeted by a jumping crossbody from Ashley. Would it be over? No. Mickie kicks out. And now, some interesting tactics used by Ashley, as she holds the ring rope, while Mickie comes runninng towards them, strikes them, and gets out of the ring. Um… Mickie comes back and drop toe holds Ashley at the conrecte floor! Whoa, did you call ‘the beautiful face of Ashley’? Uh… I was just asking this one because I don’t think that she’s beautiful. She has an ugly face, lol. And now both are in the ring, as Mickie slaps Trish on the face! Wow. Ok, Trish is in now and she spinebusters Mickie down. Man, I must say this that, the contest between these ladies is going great. Alright, Mickie comes back and takes down one half of her challenger, Trish Stratus down to the mat, with connecting the fisherman suplex into the bridge. Would it be over? Nope, Trish kicks out! Some good reversals of moves going around here, which is exciting me. Indeed very awesome athetilism showed by Mickie James here, who connects her Hurricanrana version, the Mick-a-rana. One thing I have noticed here that Ashley is doing nothing, but just getting the beating from this match. Okay, Ashley again tags-in Trish and here she comes. Wow, Trish comes in and really beats down Mickie with some great moves like Stratusphere, bulldog, etc. Stratusfaction connects. Oh no! Trish misses as Mick comes back with the Mick Kick! Damn. This could be the finish for Trish and Ashley. Oh no! Ashley comes in and breaks the pinfall predicament. Could this be the main turn-a-round? Some miss-communation, maybe a botch, as Ashley goes to dropkick Mickie, but she moves away and instead connects to Trish. Oops, yeah, this was the deciding factor of the match, as Mick plants Trish down with her finisher and takes the victory.
Match Rating: 5/10 – It was all about Trish and Mickie in the match. Ashley didn’t used most of the moves. She just used the crossbody, cradle, and the dropkick, that’s it, nothing more for her, which really killed some points. Match was nice though because it flowed well and length was also fine. Alright, that’s it for this match. Now let me move onto the next one… lol.

Carlito’s promo was fine. Was in character but at some times – I found him a bit off to be honest. Anyways, it would’ve been a bit lenghtier. Carlito going for the WWE Championship after he’s finished with Masters? I don’t think so.


Match #4
Carlito vs. Chris Masters

Let’s hope that this match ends the feud between them. This match starts in a nice way as both men are trying to gain advantage over each other, but Carlito ends-up taking it by the roll-up. Okay, Carlito looks for the dropkick, but Masters as a smart guy, sidesteps and Carlito ends-up, crashing on the mat hard. Oh, Carlito again gets the best and takes down Masters with a sweet axe handle smash, followed by a cover, as Masters kicks out. Um, finally Masters gets connects with a beautiful dropkick from Carlito. Masters is now outside of the ring and I wonder what could happen now. Wow, indeed an awesome moonsault perfomed by Carlito from the ring apron. Carlito going for the DDT? No! Masters gets back his momentum by knocking down Carlito with a clothesline. Masters takes down Carlito with yet another clothesline. And this is why Masters bores me to death. I have never liked him. Carlito so far has showed amazing athleticism though. Erm, so Masters is dominating Carlito here. Masterlock? Maybe too early to use. Oh, I am glad that Carlito, somehow got out of it. Wow, that move: double springboard corkscrew senton splash was awesome, and I think that it was the right time for Carlito to use that one. Didn’t expected Masters to get up too quickly, and clotheslining Carlito after getting connected by a beautiful move. Powerslam connects as Masters covers. Could it be the victory for Masters? Nope. Carlito’s foot was under the bottom rope. Wow, that just shows that you made that powerslam move look stronger. Masterlock is in! Lol, nice to way to get out of that move. I imagined Carlito spitting in the ref’s face. Carlito’s special move – springboard backhand elbow connects as he takes down Masters again. Some interesting moves used by Carlito here as it is making the flow of the match looks perfect. Woot!? Carlito misses the moonsault. Oh, wait. Instead, he gets on his feet, now that’s cool. Masterlock is once again locked in as I think that this could be the end of Carlito, if he doesn’t gets out of the deadly move quickly. Oh my god! Masterlock is broken! Wow, I am shocked. I thought that it’d never happen in your BTB. But anyways, Carlito gets the victory with a sweet back-cracker.
Match Rating: Uh, I really don’t know what to write about this one. But I think I’ll tell ya. I will give 8/10 from Carlito side and 4/10 from Masters side. I don’t know what should be the total match rating, maybe 4.5/10. I know this sounds a bit harsh but Masters made that match boring. – Anyways, the match was nice at some times, well mostly when Carlito produced some athleticism. Flowing was perfect. Realism was perfect. I just found one error in realism and that was, Masters getting up too quickly after getting connected with the double springboard corkscrew senton splash. Knowledge and variety of moves was perfet. Finish was also perfect.

Match #5
Intercontinental Championship
Shelton Benjamin © vs Gregory Helms

Lock-up starts the match but then Helms knees right into the gut of Shelton, getting some heat from t he crowds. Back and forth contest going around here at the early part of the match as Helms sunset flips Benjamin for cover, but he kicks out, and then Benjamin connecting the belly-to-belly suplex to Helms. Interesting match-up going around here as neither man is seem to gain advantage. Finally, Helms gets the advantage with a dropkick. Oh wait, I guess I was wrong but Benjamin again comes up with a roll-up. And once again, Helms turns the tables and plants down Benjamin with a ‘Spinning DDT’? I think you meant the Tornado DDT. Oh my gawd, Benjamin comes from the top rope, as Benjamin counters that into the sit-out powerbomb. That was awesome! I wish I could see that. But anyways, Helms is now on the outside as Shelton goes forward him, with connecting the suicide plancha! That was also awesome mate. This match is driving me crazy. Benjamin and Helms are both in the ring. Benjamin covers Helms, but he puts his foot under the bottom rope. I think that there was no need for it at the moment. Okay, Helms is now back in the game and he takes down Benjamin with some fresh moves. Wow, the match again turns the table and is again, um… again might be called the back and forth action is happening. Belly-to-belly suplex by Benjamin once more, second time. Hope you do not continue it with a third time. Some very good variety of moves used by Benjamin right here, knocking down Helms again and again. Okay, Helms is back in the game and now I am into the mid-finish part of the match. Wow, I can’t believe it man! Benjamin comes back and takes down Helms with some sweet moves, like the stinger splash, and northern lights suplex. And once again… Oh my gawd! Match is turning to be an amazing one. And once again Helms comes back and takes down Benjamin with the Vertebreaker. Oh! Benjamin’s foot on the bottom rope. Lucky Shelton. Unlicky Helms. Um, Helms now rakes into the eyes of Benjamin. But however, Benjamin comes back and takes down Helms. I wonder what more Helms have to do to win the Intercontinental Championship. Oh my gawd! Dragon Whips connected. This could be the end for Helms… NO! My gawd! Helms comes back and knocks down Benjamin with the Shinning Wizard. Now that gotta be the end of Shelton’s era. Oh my! Holy Shit! Really… really didn’t expected Shelton to kick out. Awesome ending there as Benjamin comes back with the T-Bone Suplex and retains the title.
Match Rating: 9/10 – An amazing match man. I loved it! Seriously, it was the match of the night… so far. Flow = Perfect. Realism = Perfect. Length = Okay. Variety and Knowledge of Moves = Superb. Truly an awesome wrestling contest. I really thought that Helms would do it tonight but I was wrong. Nice victory for Benjamin.

Erm, an okay John Cena promo. Whatever he said, he was right on the spot / character. Length of the promo was also okay. And it hyped a little bit about their match. I won’t be surprised if John Cena wins tonight.

Match #6
Steel Cage Match
John Cena vs. Chris Jericho

This match starts in a good way as we see John Cena dominating Chris Jericho in the early part. It just shows that Cena is hungry to win this match for the Chain Gang. Superplex from the top turnbuckle was sweet. Jericho gets back his momentum in the sixth paragraph of the match, and then connects the Enziguri? Aww man. I think that this move would’ve been perfect for the mid or finish part of the match and to use this one was too early. I like Jericho’s cockyness. Cena gets his momentum back and connects three clotheslines to Jericho. That was good because I can imagine the crowd going well at that one. Well, now both men are the top of the cage, as Jericho takes down Cena and he comes down to the mat! What the heck? Jericho is almost thinking impossible here. Whoa, Moonsault? Instead he misses and crashes down to the canvas! That gotta hurt Jericho badly. But that seems un-realistic because the heel wouldn’t do this type of thing. Face can do this though. John Cena now climbs up the top of the cage, but once again, Y2J comes up and makes Cena to go down again. Jericho’s powerbomb to Cena was good. Walls of Jericho connects! But somehow, Cena gets out of it and Jericho now does Cena’s usual taunts, basically drawing some heat from the fans. Jericho now goes for the Lionsault, but Cena makes his knees up as Jericho crashes through them! Wow. Cena’s back in the game and he takes down Jericho with his moves of doom. F-U connects! Oh wait, no! Spirit Squas interrupts. What the hell is this doing here? But anyways, Kenny’s legdrop from the top of the cage to Cena was awesome! Cena is up and he connects the side-to-side belly slam!? Wow, is he’s the superman also in your thread? Mate, that was way too much un-realistic. Just tell me how did he connected the side-to-side belly slam and then throwed the entire Spirit Squad to the outside just getting a legdrop from the top rope? Superman look-a-like comeback from John Cena who comes out of nowhere and wins the steel cage match and now is 7-0.
Match Rating: 8/10 – That was a good match from both men’s side. Spirit Squad’s interference made the match look even more special. Everything flowed perfect. Realism was the main problem which hurt the match. I couldn’t expect the heel coming from the top of the cage, because they usually don’t do. Length was okay though.

Nonetheless, it was an interesting promo. It’d be interesting to see where Jericho goes from now. Maybe Spirit Squad vs. John Cena and Jericho. Or maybe Jericho vs. Spirit Squad? Um, I guess so.

Match #7
Triple H and Kane vs. Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin
Special Referee: Mr. McMahon
Special Enforcer: Shane McMahon

Um, also this match starts in a nice way as the heels do their thing, taking down Michaels. Kane really shows no mercy to HBK at the start of the match. Triple H is now in and he also gets the best of Michaels. Wow, an awesome come back from HBK, with the moonsault from the top rope to Triple H! Okay, Michaels tags-in Austing and here he comes. Oh, Shane now throws Shawn into the steel steps - was expected. Well, so far, I have been impressed with this match because the past of it is going great. And the heels are working great together here as they now dominate Austin in the ring. And here comes the Big Red Machine! I wonder what would happen now. Finally the Heart Break Kid takes the advantage over the heel, Shane McMahon at the outside. Austin finally getting some of his momentum back. But then again, Kane takes him down, with the tilt-a-whirl slam. Glad that HBK comes in and breaks the pinning predicament. Damn you, Shane! Once again the heels come back into the game and dominate the feels. Oh my gawd! Shane’s thinking of almost impossible here! Oh my gawd! Wow. Holy Shit! Amazing diving elbow there. Now that HBK and Shane are out. McMahon, Triple H, and Kane can beat the holly hell out of Austin, I guess. Okay, Triple H is now in as he takes down Austin. So far, heels have dominated the faces. I think that the faces would come back out of nowhere and win the match in the later part of the match. Oh, the DQ’s thing is in but McMahon won’t do it, as a heel. Sweet steel chair shot. But normally, Triple H would pick up the sledgehammer from under the ring. I wonder why he brought in the steel chair though. But that’s okay. Finally Austin takes down Kane and Triple H and now, as a good guy, he goes to the outisde to help his partner, HBK. Heels, once again get the momentum back and now Triple H is dominating Austin here. A hot tag here would be great, but let me see. Michaels’ now in and he takes down Triple H with a vicious DDT. Would it be over? Uh, no! Oh, Michaels’ moves of doom connects and now he’s waiting for the big one, Sweet Chin Music! But wait, instead, HBK connects his finishing move to Vince. Glad that Vince is now out of the equation at the moment and HBK, Austin could work well against the heels now. Okay, Austin and Kane are also out of the equation. I wonder where is Shane. Anyways, HBK’s tunning up the band and here he goes for the Sweet Chin Music! Oh, wait! Triple H instead ducks under it and knocks down HBK with a sledgehammer shot! Oh my gawd, that could be the end of HBK and Austin. Alright, faces are once again back in the game as HBK takes down Kane with a counter of Chokeslam to an awesome DDT! Legal man, Austin now connects the Stunner to Kane! And that could be the end of it. Oh no, here’s Shane! Well, Triple H takes down Austin with a pedigree and there they get the win.
Match Rating: 8/10 – Well, this was yet another great match, which I loved. Match’s flow was great. Finish was superb. Length was alright because it suits the time slot of the pay-per-view. And the heels were very much into the match, which was nice. The holy shit moment was also great one. Okay, now let me move on to the next promo…

Kurt Angle’s characterwise, the promo was sweet. And the intensity factor was also foundable in this one. Angle’s looking damn impressive. Lol, Kurt mocking RVD’s thumb taunts was also a nice work.

Match #8
WWE Championship
Rob Van Dam © vs. Kurt Angle

Um… this match starts in a typical technical way. And being a great technician in the ring, Angle takes the best and backs down the WWE Champion, Rob Van Dam. But that wouldn’t be the only thing for Angle to do. Alright, a nice comeback from Van Dam here, who takes down Angle, countering Angle’s suplex into the neckbreaker. RVD’s showing some potential here as he inverted suplexes Angle over the barricade. Wow, that was insane. I meant, the spinning corkscrew leg drop from the apron to the barricade on Angle was great. Yeah, a cool way to get Angle’s momentum back, with the german suplex. And once again, RVD gets back his momentum and I must say this, that the spinning heel kick is always fun to watch atleast for me. Ankle Lock is in. Too early, I think, but I’ll alow this one because it has been broken quickly and nicely from Van Dam. Some nice pased action going around here as RVD completely dominates Angle. Angle comes back from the cradle and I am glad that Van Dam kicked out of it easily. Some technical moves are been used from Angle, which are looking nice and the match’s flow is going well with it. Three German Suplexex there. And we are almost at the finish part of the match. Great, the Ankle Lock is locked-in again and RVD somehow, someway finds the way to get out of it, which was superb. And what more could I expect from these guys? What? I believe that it’s so unrealistic that Van Dam came quickly from behind and dropkicked on Angle’s back. But anyways, RVD connects his tradiotional split-legged moonsault. And we are just at the finish now. Five star frog splash connects and here RVD retain the title!
Match Rating: 7.5/10 – Main-event was right. It could’ve been 20+ minutes. But the timeslot given was just three hours, so that’s okay with me. I found out some errors in the realism of the match. Flow was perfect. And finish could’ve been way too much better. Anyways, that’s the end of the pay-per-view and I’ll be looking forward to RAW.
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Monday Night Raw
Monday May 1, 2006
Worcester, Massachusetts


Across the Nation hits and out comes the normal Raw video package. A few clips from Backlash have been thrown in but nothing major. The Raw video package ends before we cut down to the ring announcer’s at ringside.

Jim Ross: Hello everybody and welcome to another edition of Monday Night Raw! With only one night removed from Backlash!

Jerry Lawler: And what a wild night it was, Backlash was great and we didn’t come out with a new champ but a great show we did!

Jim Ross: We sure did King and some things included the amazing Steel Cage Match, the WWE Title Match, and the McMahon’s screwing HBK and Stone Cold!

Jerry Lawler: And we’re going to need answers tonight plus tonight kicks off the opening of Open Season, could anybody join us tonight?

No Chance hits across the arena! Mr. McMahon comes down into the arena looking around before he continues doing the Powerwalk! The fans are booing Mr. McMahon as he climbs up the steps and right into the ring. He then gets a mic handed to him before he begins to speak with the fans looking around at him.

Mr. McMahon: Last night at Backlash was one of, if not the greatest nights of my entire wrestling career here in the WWE. Not only did you all see Triple H and Kane beat down and demolish Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin but I was in the ring to make the ever so great, One…Two…Three count that was seen around the world!

Crowd Boos

Mr. McMahon: And whether you people all like it or not, the careers of Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin were ruined last night. Forever in the rest of the history of WWE, it will be written down on Sunday April 30, 2006, the McMahon’s changed the face of the history by ruining the careers of one, Shawn Michaels, and one Stone Cold Steve Austin! And since I embarrassed them last night, then I’ve given them the week off to help get themselves together.

Crowd Boos

Mr. McMahon: But this brings me to a point. I want to be able to reward those wrestlers Triple H and Kane for not only gaining the win, but for what they did! And that’s why tonight we’re going to be having ourselves a good ole’ Triple Threat Match here tonight. Now you ask why it’s a Triple Threat, well because there’s another opponent in it of course.

Crowd Pops

Mr. McMahon: That being, the WWE Champion…Rob Van Dam! So RVD, why don’t you go ahead and come out here right now.

Crowd Pops for RVD as they wait on him. The fans haven’t heard or seen Van Dam yet and start to wonder what’s happening.

Mr. McMahon: Ro…

One of a Kind hits and out steps the WWE Champion! Van Dam comes down to the ring slapping hands with the fans as he throws the title over his shoulder. Van Dam slides into the ring and grabs a mic before taunting to the fans. Van Dam looks at McMahon right now and begins to speak with the fans cheering for him.

Rob Van Dam: It feels good to be here tonight in Worcester!

Cheap Pop

Mr. McMahon: I want to thank you Rob for coming out here tonight and I want to congratulate you as for retaining the WWE Championship last night. But you see tonight is going to be different, you have two power hungry superstars in that ring, wanting that WWE Championship of yours and well, I just don’t think your odds are good tonight!

Crowd Boos

Mr. McMahon: I mean you’ve got in one case, the Big Red Machine! He’s only held the WWE Championship once and that was for one day! And then on the other case, you’ve got the hungriest superstar in the WWE, the best damn wrestler ever in this industry, and he happens to be a ten-time champion, the King of Kings, Triple H!

Crowd Boos

Rob Van Dam: Thanks for pointing that our Mr. McMahon but I really don’t think whether the odds or against me or not matters! I’ll put this title against anyone, anywhere and quite simply at anytime. And tonight, since you want me to be facing Triple H and Kane, then so be it but remember, no one gets higher than R…V…D!

Crowd Pops

Mr. McMahon: Oh is that so Rob? I’ll tell you this and this only, you think that you can beat both Triple H AND Kane. Well we’ll see because if you saw what happened to Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin last night, then you realize that your chances are very slim and that really, you have No Chance in Hell of retaining your title!

Crowd Boos

Mr. McMahon: And th….

Extreme hits across the arena! The fans nearly blow the lid off the arena as out steps former ECW Owner, Paul Heyman. Heyman comes down to the ring wearing an ECW hat as we see Van Dam smiling. Van Dam lifts up the ropes and Heyman steps into the ring and doesn’t ask for a mic but already has one, an ECW one!

Paul Heyman: Now Vince I’ve been watching your Raw programming for the past few weeks and seen that you’ve certainly had an interesting run here as General Manager here or whatever you want to call it now a days. But as for tonight, I think I sense where you are going with this title match tonight and that since you’ve screwed HBK and Stone Cold, now that you want to go ahead and screw over the WWE Champion, Rob Van Dam.

Crowd Pops

Mr. McMahon: Oh is that so Heyman? Well since you think that and since you’re out here with your ECW hat, this has given me a great idea! How about tonight, the Triple Threat Match between Triple H, Kane, and Rob Van Dam, why don’t we make this an Extreme Rules Match, something that should be easy for RVD since he’s from ECW.

Crowd Pops

Paul Heyman: I like your idea Mr. McMahon and since we’re on the topic of ECW, how about we go ahead and announce that on Sunday June 11, 2006, that ECW will be making it’s return to the Hammerstein Ballroom once again this year, that’s right because ECW is hosting once again, ECW One Night Stand II.

Crowd Pops

Mr. McMahon: That’s nice and all Paul but know this, tonight in the Extreme Rules Match, be prepared because your protégé of ECW, Rob Van Dam. Well tonight’s going to be the end of the one month reign, the reign that will be the biggest joke in WWE history and tonight, I not only screw Rob, but tonight I screw you Paul and ECW!

No Chance hits across the arena as Mr. McMahon backs up the ramp. Heyman is in the ring with Van Dam as Van Dam taunts McMahon with the title belt. The fans boo Mr. McMahon as he continues his way up the ramp. He looks around the arena before he turns around and heads to the back for the commercial.

---Commercial---

Jim Ross: And before the break, we were informed of a huge main event for us here tonight in an Extreme Rules WWE title match!

Jerry Lawler: RVD defends his title against not only Triple H but also the sadistic monster, Kane where anything goes.

Jim Ross: It’s going to be an interesting night that’s for sure but what about ECW making it’s return in a month’s time.

Jerry Lawler: ECW One Night Stand II comes back and I can’t say I’m happy with Extremely Crappy Wrestling being back.

Match #1
World Tag Team Championships
3-Minute Warning vs. Val Venis and Viscera


Match Overview: Short, filler match to get the Tag Team Champions on the card tonight. 3 Minute Warning show their dominance working over Val Venis and not letting Viscera get into the ring as he is the bigger man in the match for his team. Rosey takes down Venis with a huge clothesline and tags in Jamal. Jamal climbs onto the top rope and leaps off for a Flying Splash but Venis moves away quickly before the damage could be done. Venis crawls towards Viscera and makes the tag bringing in Viscera! Viscera come in and clotheslines down Jamal. Rosey comes in and gets taken down with a hip toss from Viscera. Viscera charges at both Jamal and Rosey but 3 Minute Warning boots Viscera in the gut, then with amazing power brings him down onto the ground with an Inverted Suplex. Jamal tags in Rosey as Rosey climbs onto the top rope after pushing Val Venis off, then delivers the Moonsault! One…Two…Three

Winners and STILL World Tag Team Champions...3 Minute Warning!!!

We cut backstage to see Carlito walking around before he bumps into the Masterpiece, Chris Masters.

Carlito: Well, look who it is, the Masterpiece! Dat’s not cool!

Chris Masters: You know Carlito, you’ve been running around here recently as if you were the greatest superstar to grace this ring. But the truth is you’re not because you don’t possess the single greatest and dangerous move in wrestling today, the Masterlock!

Carlito: Is dat true Masterpiece? Well you might have the Masterlock and nobody might have been able to break it but if my memory serves me right, it was I, Carlito, which defeated you last night at Backlash, what you have to say about that?

Chris Masters: Very funny Carlito but you know what Carlito, I’ve been tired of your games since day one, since the day we first teamed together. And you see next week I want to end all of this, I want to be the one to get rid of you Carlito! I want to break your damn neck whenever I lock on that Masterlock and that’s why next week, one on one, you and me once again!

Carlito: You want that Masterpiece? You want me next week, well you want it and you got it! But you’re not cool and that’s why next week I’m going to beat you down and get another win over you, now that. Dat’s co…

Chris Masters: You’re not cool Carlito! And face it, next week I’m going to prove it to all the fans whenever they watch their fan favorite Carlito get his ass beat by the one and only, Masterpiece and let me steal a quote from you. That’s cool!

Masters slaps an apple out of the hands of Carlito as Carlito looks down, Masters heads down the hallway not looking back as Carlito looks at Masters. The fans boo Masters as he continues down into the locker room with Carlito looking on.

Carlito: Dat’s not cool!

---Commercial---

Jim Ross: And we’re back from the break and before the break, a huge match was signed on for next week’s Raw!

Jerry Lawler: Two young studs meet in a rematch as Carlito and Chris Masters will fight it out one more time to end their beef?

Jim Ross: A great match they put on last night which makes me think we could see an even better match come next week?

Jerry Lawler: Who knows JR? I’m personally excited to see if we’ll be able to see another great match between the two again too!

Match #2
Trish Stratus and Ashley Massaro vs. Mickie James and Candice Michelle


Match Overview: Decent women’s tag match with it being the basic formula match. Trish and Mickie don’t near each other as much, which could mean the ending of the feud for these ladies here tonight. Candice gets into the ring and traps Ashley in the ropes with the Tarantula like move that she uses. Candice then tags in Mickie, which Mickie dominates Ashley for the time being before throwing her into the corner. Mickie goes for the Mick-a-rana but Ashley pushes Mickie off of her, then dives over and tags in Trish! Trish comes in, ducks a clothesline from Mickie, and then kicks Mickie in the gut before coming off the ropes for Stratusfaction! But Mickie pushes Trish off, and follows up delivering her finisher, the Mick Kick! Mickie throws Ashley off the apron, and then leaps onto Trish for the second cover in a row in two nights! One…Two…Three!!!

Winners: Mickie James and Candice Michelle

Mickie James and Candice Michelle celebrate around the ring as Trish tells Ashley to head up the ramp. Ashley looks in the back and down comes a blond headed girl. The blond headed girl gets into the ring and grabs Mickie James off the canvas. She throws James around for a little bit and helps Trish up to the outside. The blond headed girl continues to beat down on Mickie James before she throws Mickie between her legs and delivers a mat shaking Powerbomb! The girl slides to the outside while Trish grabs a mic.

Trish Stratus: Ladies and Gentleman. Please welcome your newest diva…Beth Phoenix!!!

The fans look at Phoenix as she has raw power, Trish and Ashley cheer on Beth Phoenix, as Phoenix’s music hits. Trish, Ashley, and Beth head towards the back as Beth looks in the ring at Mickie who Candice is helping. The fans look at Beth in amazement, as she could become the next Women’s Champion on Raw.

We then cut down to the back to see Matt Striker sitting in his Classroom with Test standing behind him as Striker prepares to speak.

Matt Striker: Hello students, it is I, your teacher…Matt Striker!

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: Last night at Backlash, you all watched me defeat Charlie Haas and as a matter of fact before we move on, I’m going to tell you that Test did not cheat during the match. Students don’t cheat and Test is the greatest student ever! And that’s why tonight I’m blaming every one of you for these accusations.

Crowd Boos the Interference.

Matt Striker: Everyone has been telling me that Test “cheated” during the match up. After clearly watching this video, it shows that Test was being a friend, helping another friend out whenever we needed help. And for that, Test was rewarded tonight. I was supposed to get a shot at the Intercontinental title tonight but I’ve given that to Test!

Striker smiles at Test as Test looks back at him. Striker looks back at the camera as he grabs his pointing stick pointing at the camera.

Matt Striker: But as for now! Yes, it’s time for another lesson to be taught! You see all you students out there will never realize something and that is that us teachers, we’re smarter than you. We’ve been around the block long enough and in the end that helps us because we have been through more school than you ever have.

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: And I, wait, as you “hip people” like to say nowadays, I “schooled” Charlie Haas last night at Backlash. I taught Charlie that you don’t turn your back on your teacher. And today’s lesson is about trusting your teacher! You see when you put a little trust in your teacher; you will be rewarded with respect.

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: And when you don’t respect your teacher, then you might as well expect to not gain any respect from me. I’ve been teaching many a lesson this year since returning to Raw at the beginning of the year. And it never fails to see that my students all love me, which they love to hear me speak to them!

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: I know you all respect me. You all have the brains, what when I think about it; people in Worcester don’t have brains. And since we’re on this topic, you can have all the brawn you want but when you don’t have the brains (Striker points to his brain) you might as well give up because you’re going nowhere!

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: It’s a fact of life and whether you like it or not, you’ll just have to finally realize that I, Matt Striker am smarter and overall better than you. Because unlike you all, I have the brains that it takes to succeed in life, which I’m doing right now. But remember this, if you don’t want to listen to my lessons, then you can take on this Test! A very hard Test!

Striker points at Test, he looks right at the camera looking intimidating.

Matt Striker: Remember my name is Matt Striker…Your Teacher!!!

---Commercial---

Medal hits across the arena. Out steps into the arena Kurt Angle! The Olympic Gold Medalist comes down to the ring looking pissed as normal. Though tonight he looks as if he’s really going to snap after the huge loss last night. Angle slides into the ring grabbing a mic and looking around the arena before speaking.

Kurt Angle: Last night…I was robbed!

Crowd Boos

Kurt Angle: I was robbed of MY WWE Championship, the one belt that actually means something here on Raw and in the WWE. The belt that I’ve coveted ever since I lost it almost a month ago back at WrestleMania 22! And I was cheated out of the WWE Championship once again which the Wrestling Machine will not stand for.

Crowd Boos

Kurt Angle: And damn it, I’m the greatest thing to ever hit this company. You are looking right now at a living legend, a true wrestler. And I’m not going to stand back and let someone like Rob Van Dam steal my light, something that should always be focused on me! Oh it’s true and you all know it, you just don’t want to admit the truth!

Crowd Boos

Kurt Angle: Every one of you people are gracing the presence of an NCAA Champion, 5-time, count it 5-time WWE Champion, numerous time Intercontinental Champion, European Champion, the first Euro-Continental Champion, Tag Champion, and King of the Ring! But better yet, you’re gracing the presence of the Wrestling Machine…Kurt Angle!!!

You Suck Chants Break Out

Kurt Angle: Boo me all you want but you all know that right now in this very ring, the ring that I’ve beaten many people in, the ring that I’ve bled in, the ring I’ve suffered in, is a real wrestler and his name just happens to be Kurt Angle. Go on, boo me all you want but you all know that it’s true…it’s damn true!!!

Crowd Boos

Kurt Angle: And that’s why tonight, I’m heading back towards the top. That’s why I’m calling out anybody and hell, it doesn’t matter who you are. I want you out in this ring right now because the old side of Kurt Angle’s back! And tonight I’m ready to break somebody’s damn ankle! So whoever wants to, go ahead and get out here right now.

Angle waits in the ring for someone to come on out. Angle climbs onto the ropes waiting for some brave person to come down.

Kurt Angle: An…

WOOOOO! Hits across the arena and down comes “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair! Flair comes strutting into the arena, looking around and then heads towards the ring. He gets into the ring and grabs a mic while Angle is waiting. Flair looks around the arena as Flair chants break out for the Nature Boy right now.

Ric Flair: WOOOOO!!! Does it feel good to be here tonight!

Crowd Pops

Ric Flair: Now Kurt, I’m sure you’re wondering why the one and only, Nature Boy answered your challenge tonight! Well it’s simple, I beat you last week here and just thinking about it makes me want to beat you once again. Except this time I want to make you tap out, instead of you making other people tap out.

Crowd Pops

Kurt Angle: You’re funny Ric you know that! Whenever you realize that wrestling is no longer for you and that you realize you’re too old to carry on, then maybe, just maybe these people will actually bother listening to you. Ric, it’s past your time bud. And since you want to be beaten down so bad, then so be it. Tonight I’ll break your damn ankle!

Crowd “OOOO’s”

Ric Flair: Well the Nature Boy has got one thing to say and that’s tonight he’s ready because after th…..

Kurt Angle: Ric, nobody cares what you’re saying. The fans paid to hear the Olympic Gold Medalist speak, they paid to see me in action and they didn’t pay to see you. And really Ric, since you want to fight so bad, then why don’t we go ahead and have a match right here, right now? Does that sound good to you? WOOOOO!!!!

Crowd Pops

Ric Flair: You’re on…WOOOO!!!!

Angle drops the mic as he’s in his wrestling gear. Angle WOOO’s again at Flair playing it up trying to piss off the Nature Boy. Flair takes his robe off and we see Flair take off his robe, then hand it over towards the referee. The referee hands the robe over and we’ll have a match soon.

We then cut down to ringside to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: I can’t believe it, right now we’re about to have Kurt Angle take on Ric Flair for the second straight week!

Jerry Lawler: And you know it was great match last week; just imagine what they’ll be able to do tonight on Raw!

Jim Ross: And I’m sure that we’re going to be seeing both men put on one hell of a fight for those bragging rights.

Jerry Lawler: Well either way JR, everyone stay tuned because coming up after the break, Angle meets Flair, 1 on 1!

---Commercial---

Match #3
Kurt Angle vs. Ric Flair


Match Overview: Another great match put on both men, seeming to be a little bit better than the match they had last Monday night on Raw. Angle takes down Flair with a German Suplex as Angle seems to start being pumped up. The Wrestling Machine walks towards Angle and jumps up before he grabs Flair. Angle gets Flair onto his feet and spins him around for the Angle Slam but Flair slides off the shoulders of Angle somehow. Flair runs Angle into the ropes and gets a rollup right onto the former champion. Angle kicks out at two before Flair could sneak another one this week and get another one over Angle. Flair tries to go for the Figure Four Leg Lock but Angle rolls right through on Flair and locks in the Ankle Lock! Angle pulls hard on the ankle of Flair showing no remorse tonight for Flair. Flair is crawling towards the ropes, trying to do everything he can to simply reach out and get the ropes to break the hold. But it doesn’t seem as if Flair will be able to do and the Nature Boy taps out giving Angle the win.

Winner: Kurt Angle via submission

We then cut backstage to see John Cena standing around in the back with Todd Grisham.

Todd Grisham: John, after last night’s major win over Chris Jericho inside of the Steel Cage, how are you feeling?

John Cena: Come on Todd, what kind of questions are these? Look at me (Cena points to his open cut on his head which is bandaged) I was put inside of a Steel Cage and had to walk into my hometown and fight Jericho in a cage. It had to have been the greatest night of my life because now, you see I can move onto bigger and better things.

Todd Grisham: John, are you hinting towards heading back towards the WWE Championship, which you haven’t held since the beginning of the year?

John Cena: Of course Todd! My WWE title was stolen back in January, that cold night that Kurt Angle took my title. But now that the Chain Gang is still full behind me and supporting their soldier, there’s no doubt that I’ll be back on top soon and as for anyone that tries to get into my way, then F-U!!!!

Todd Grisham: One more thing John, where are you planning on going if you don’t get to challenge for the WWE title?

John Cena: Come on Todd, it doesn’t matter really who wants to fight me. I’ve fought off Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, whoever you are, hell you name any of them and I’ve beaten them but one thing that it doesn’t matter who it is. It doesn’t matter what show they’re from because if you want some…well then come and damn get some!!!

We cut down to ringside to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: Wow, an intense John Cena tonight and maybe you think the Steel Cage could have changed his perspective?

Jerry Lawler: Who knows JR? But Cena certainly is a changed man and I wouldn’t doubt that, who knows where he’s going now?

Jim Ross: Hopefully he won’t be leaving Raw and speaking of Open Season, no one has showed up tonight-on Raw!

Jerry Lawler: Calm down JR, the superstars have until the end of June, June 30 to be exact to switch shows if they desire.

---Commercial---

We cut backstage to see Shelton Benjamin walking around before he bumps right into Gregory Helms, the man he fought last night?

Shelton Benjamin: Look who it is?

Gregory Helms: Yeah, it’s the greatest wrestler to ever brace this ring and the next Intercontinental Champion, Gregory Helms.

Shelton Benjamin: Uh, no it’s more like the greatest athlete here in the WWE today and the CURRENT Intercontinental Champion….Shelton Benjamin!

Helms gets into the face of Benjamin as Helms looks at the title.

Gregory Helms: Ye…

Shelton Benjamin: I’ll tell you what’s up. I defeated you last night to get my title back, a title that’s going to be staying with me, not you Hurricane.

Gregory Helms: Wassupwitdat?

Shelton Benjamin: You and me out on one hell of a match last night and I gained your respect but I’ll tell you this, your going to have to make your way back up if you want me again for my title.

Gregory Helms: I don’t care if I have to work my way up, you see the fact of the matter is that I had the title won, but you got lucky, Shelton. You just simply got lucky and found a way to get that title back, something you always do, get lucky.

Gregory Helms: And as far as being the best athlete here in the WWE, well it’s pretty much known around here that it is indeed me.

Shelton Benjamin: We’ll see Helms. We’ll see.

Gregory Helms: Oh, of course we’ll see. And I hope you know that tonight when you’re facing Test I’ll be out there watching, scouting and being prepared to get the Intercontinental Championship straight into my hands!

Helms looks at Benjamin, Benjamin shakes his head at the cockiness of Helms as he walks towards the locker room before his match later tonight.

We then cut back down to ringside to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: Wow! Gregory Helms will be joining us at ringside and this makes me wonder if these two are done with each other.

Jerry Lawler: I certainly hope not, they put on one of, if not the greatest matches last night that I’ve seen in a while.

Jim Ross: I really can’t wait King because we’ve got coming up later two huge matches; Test meets Benjamin for the Intercontinental title plus…

Jerry Lawler: Plus our main event! A huge ECW Rules Triple Threat between RVD, Triple H, and Kane for the WWE title!

Match #4
Carlito vs. Rob Conway


Match Overview: Ok match between both men to get Carlito on the card tonight and to use someone not normally used such as Conway. Conway takes down Carlito with a shoulder block trying to get him down on the mat early on. But Carlito’s not going to let this happen as he trips up Conway driving Conway face first into the mat. Carlito then rolls over and gets back up running at Conway taking him down with a series of left handed clotheslines. Carlito jumps off the ropes for the Backhand Elbow Smash but out of nowhere, Chris Masters bashes Carlito with a steel chair bringing Carlito down to the mat hard and giving the DQ win to Carlito. Conway slides to the outside of the ring before any damage can be done to him.

Winner: Carlito via DQ

Masters looks down at Carlito as Masters throws the chair out of the ring. Masters gets Carlito up and doesn’t take long locking in the Masterlock. Masters swings the young Carlito around throwing him around as if he was a rag doll. Masters shows no remorse for Carlito as Carlito is passed out. Security comes down to the ring pulling Masters off Carlito. It’s very visible that next week will be the ending of their feud as Masters says to Carlito “Next week…it’s over” Masters gets brought to the back by security as the fans look on as Carlito lays in the ring.

---Commercial---

We cut out to a black screen, then suddenly comes across the famous Hardy Boyz logo with the blue HB, the fans cheer for they know whom this is for.

Narrator: A six time World Tag Team Champion….

Images of Hardy capturing the WWF Tag Team Championships now known as the World Tag Team titles. Hardy is shown holding the titles high.

Narrator: Perhaps one of the most highflying wrestlers in the world….

Images of Hardy’s insane leaps over the years including his famous Swanton Bombs off ladders and the balcony leap at Survivor Series 2002.

Narrator: He’s the most insane wrestler to ever step into the ring….

Images of Hardy continuing to do his insane leaps are shown, as there has been plenty from over the years take place.

Narrator: The master of the Swanton….

Images of Hardy delivering the Swanton Bomb to many opponents but not during ladder matches, just regular Swanton Bombs.

Narrator: The Charismatic Enigma….

Images of Hardy in his last few years in the WWE, Hardy facing off against Jericho, and other people are shown

Narrator: And now Jeff Hardy is back looking to make a mark on the WWE forever….

More images of Hardy leaping off ladders, jumping through tables and delivering the Whisper in the Wind, we then see Hardy in a black room, lift his hands to his mouth and do his famous pose.

Jeff Hardy: The Charismatic Enigma is back, and the WWE hasn’t been the same without me!

Narrator: Jeff Hardy Returns…. to Monday Night Raw!!!

We then cut back down to ringside to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: Huge news there and Jeff Hardy’s coming back, perhaps one of the greatest high flyers returns soon.

Jerry Lawler: And nobody knows when he’s returning. He could just drop in here for all we know but anyways, aren’t you all pumped?

Jim Ross: I know I am JR but right now I understand that coming up next, we’ve got a special Highlight Reel.

Jerry Lawler: We sure do. Chris Jericho has told us he’ll give us the answers we’ve wanted about what went down at Backlash.

We then cut into the ring to hear Break the Walls Down hit. Jericho comes down to the ring looking serious. Jericho gets into the ring and grabs a mic quickly.

Chris Jericho: Cut the music!

Chris Jericho: Now what went down at Backlash last night was a travesty, my supposed helpers if you want to call them that, cost me the damn match. That’s right, the Spirit Squad cost me the match whenever they came down and interfered. Had it not been for them, then I finally would have gained a win over John Cena!

Crowd Boos

Chris Jericho: Oh you all know it’s true. But I’m past John Cena. I’m moving onto better things and first and foremost, the WWE Championship! That’s right the Ayatollah of Rock and Rolla’ is heading back to the top, to the place where the first ever Undisputed Champion deserves to be and that is being the WWE Champion.

Crowd Boos

Chris Jericho: And right now, since you’re all enjoying my rampaging on. Then how about this, why don’t we bring out a special guest tonight, wait more like Special Guests. They are the team that cost me the match last night, the Spirit Squad.

Spirit Squad hits and down comes all five members of the Spirit Squad, They’re blowing on their horns and Mitch pulls out a trampoline. All five members run behind one another and jump into the ring via trampoline. The fans are booing the annoying cheerleaders as Jericho looks on in despair from what they did to him.

Chris Jericho: How’s it going guys?

Crowd Boos

Chris Jericho: And if I remember correct, wait the last time that I saw you all was whenever we were in the Steel Cage Match? And as a matter of fact, why don’t we roll the clip so maybe you can all refresh my mind for me?

Quote:
Cena has been busted open automatically as blood continues to poor from the ladder shots. Johnny heads towards Jericho helping him up as the fans boo the efforts of the Spirit Squad. We see Kenny heading up the steel cage but the fans don’t know why. The Spirit Squad point up at Kenny as Johnny has helped the others up despite the pain they have taken. Some can’t stand right now but we see Mikey, Johnny, Nicky, and Mitch all pick Cena up, then slam him down onto the mat. Kenny is on the top of the cage now as he looks down. Kenny leaps off the top rope delivering a picture perfect leg drop right off the top of the cage!

The Spirit Squad cheer on Jericho but mainly help Kenny. Kenny gets helped to the outside as he is in dire need of help right now with that huge leg drop. That leaves four of the members in the ring right now. The Spirit Squad grabs Jericho and drags him towards Cena placing him down onto Cena for a cover. The fans watch, as this could be the demise of Cena right now. Boos start to pour out around the arena.

One….

Two….

Thre….

Cena mustered enough strength to get a shoulder up meaning the match must continue on despite the blood that has been shed tonight. Jericho gets Cena up but Cena catches Jericho with a Side-to-Side Belly Slam. Cena tosses Mikey to the outside, throws Johnny to the outside, bashes Mitch’s head off the turnbuckle, then throws him to the outside and grabs Nicky and throws his head into the cage before throwing Nicky to the outside. Cena was able to gain strength that he needed to take down the Spirit Squad and get them out of the ring. The ref locks the cage as the Spirit Squad is all on the outside but the damage may have been done.

Jericho grabs the Steel Chair and goes to hit Cena with the chair! Cena ducks the chair shot, then grabs Jericho and kicks him in the guts before delivering a brutal DDT. Cena grabs the ladder, which was left in the ring and kicks it over towards the middle. Cena scoops Jericho right up despite Jericho struggling trying to slide off the shoulders but drops Jericho right down onto the ladder with the second F-U of the match. Jericho certainly is down as the fans are in awe! Cena heads towards the ropes and gets onto the top rope, then carefully climbs his way out to the top of the cage and drops down ending the match and maybe even the feud between Cena and Jericho!
Chris Jericho: That’s it. Now thanks to you all especially Kenny for nearly killing yourself with the Leg Drop BUT….you did all cost me the chance to beat John Cena, then chance to finally get rid of those ghosts saying I never could beat him and that’s why last night I took a beating that I will never…ever forget!

Crowd Pops

Mikey: We’re sorry Chris, we’ve told you once that we’…

Chris Jericho: I’ve heard the damn word sorry too many times now and that’s not going to cut it, you all screwed me out of it and you know what, as a matter of fact. All five of you, every damn one of you get out of MY ring right now! This is my time so get out! And by the way, every one of you is fired!

Crowd Pops

The Spirit Squad start to exit as Jericho turns around looking the other way from the ramp. Johnny gets down by the ring apron hiding with a megaphone. Jericho comes and leans on the ropes and gets nailed with the megaphone! The Spirit Squad has turned their backs on Jericho tonight as Jericho’s receiving one big beating. All five men get into the ring and get Jericho up. They then swing him into the air and drop him down to the mat hard. The fans are booing The Spirit Squad now as Jericho lies in the ring in pain. Jericho lies on the mat now, we then head to a commercial.

---Commercial---

Jim Ross: And before the break, if you didn’t see it, Chris Jericho fired the Spirit Squad from his services, then the Spirit Squad went on an attack!

Jerry Lawler: They laid Jericho down on the mat tonight and now that the Spirit Squad is down with Jericho, where does Jericho go?

Jim Ross: Who knows but even though Jericho was beaten down, the fans sure as hell doesn’t seem to care for him anymore.

Jerry Lawler: That’s the truth, it seems as if they sat there and enjoyed watching the man get beaten down in the ring.

Match #5
Intercontinental Championship
Shelton Benjamin © vs. Test


Match Overview: Good well rounded match as we see Matt Striker at ringside with Test while Gregory Helms is at ringside doing commentary. Benjamin shows Test that he’s not going to be messing around with the champion. Test grabs Striker’s pointing stick and swings it at Benjamin but Benjamin ducks and Test twirls around. Test comes right into Benjamin’s foot with a huge Dragon Whip knocking Test down to the mat. Benjamin heads towards the opposite corner as he sees that Test is in the corner getting help from Striker. Benjamin runs and goes for the Stinger Splash but Striker pushes Test away. Test comes off the ropes for the Big Boot but Benjamin ducks the Big Boot, then gets a cradle on the champion. Striker tries to get into the ring but we see Charlie Haas run down to the ring holding Striker! The ref counts, One….Two…Three!

Winner and STILL Intercontinental Champion: Shelton Benjamin

Haas slides into the ring and helps Benjamin up. Helms stands up on commentary staring down Benjamin in the eyes. Helms looks as if he wants to come into the ring but he’s too smart to realize not to considering two men are in the ring. Helms backs up towards the ramp as he looks at Striker and Test but continues on. Striker’s helping Test up the ramp as Test can’t believe he just lost the matchup to Benjamin. Striker holds Test back as Test wants to go into the ring but it wouldn’t be smart with two men in there. Haas gets Benjamin’s IC title and hands it to Benjamin as Haas and Benjamin celebrate in the ring.

We cut to a black screen before we see classic clips from ECW roll. We see Rob Van Dam leaping over barricades into the crowd.

Narrator: For one night, ECW makes it’s awaited return to the Hammerstein Ballroom, where the dream began last year!

Images of 2005’s ECW One Night Stand are shown with fans cheering for support and the ending with ECW prevailing over WWE.

Narrator: All the names will be there, that’s right the ECW Originals are set to invade and conquer on this special night in New York!

Images of Sandman and Dreamer fighting in last year’s main event, we see Dreamer powerbombed through the flaming table.

Narrator: A wish that began 13 years ago, makes it’s return back towards the top, Extreme Championship Wrestling!

Images of the old ECW are shown with their first PPV, Barely Legal and the famous staredown between Taz and Sabu.

Narrator: But for this special one night, the fans will all gather and remember that ECW truly does live on today!

Fans are shown across arenas chanting E..C..Dub! E…C…Dub! We see fans wearing old ECW shirts as we head back to the narrator.

Narrator: And with the fans fully behind them, these men will lay not only their bodies but their lifes on the line tonight!

More extreme moments are shown from ECW as we hear E…C…Dub Chants break out and continue on for a little bit.

Narrator: ECW One Night Stand II!

The ECW One Night Stand logo comes across before we then cut back to the narrator real quickly as Let the Bodies Hit the Floor plays.

Narrator: Sunday June 11, 2006 from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City!

Finally, we close out cutting across old ECW shows before we see Paul Heyman in the back, we then cut to him quickly.

Paul Heyman: ECW’s back….and we’re about to take it to the extreme! Are you ready?

---Commercial---

Match #6
WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
ECW Rules Match
Rob Van Dam © vs Triple H vs Kane


Match Overview: Huge main event tonight with so much on the line including pride not only for Rob Van Dam, Paul Heyman but ECW it’s self. Van Dam is in the ring getting beaten down by the alliance formed by Triple H and Kane tonight as Van Dam has taken a huge beating throughout the early part of the match but seems to be recovering. Triple H grabs Van Dam and goes for a Pedigree but Van Dam fights him off! Van Dam then spins around and takes down Triple H with a Spinning Heel Kick after he runs off the ropes. Van Dam charges at Kane who’s on the ropes taking all the effort he can to clothesline Kane out of the ring. Van Dam grabs a chair as Triple H lay in the corner with the fans fully behind RVD! Van Dam runs in a circle real quick before heading into the corner and delivering a huge Chair Surf to Triple H! The chair bounces off the face of Triple H driving him down to the mat hard. Kane gets into the ring and goes to chokeslam Van Dam but Van Dam grabs Kane and delivers a huge DDT. Van Dam slides to the outside and grabs a table! The fans watch as Mr. McMahon tries to stop RVD from getting the table but Heyman grabs McMahon off of Van Dam. RVD slides the table into the ring but gets beaten down by Kane. Kane gets RVD up and throws him into the corner looking for a clothesline but RVD moves. RVD grabs the chair and throws it to Kane before spinning around and delivering a huge Van Daminator! Van Dam sets the table up in the ring before he throws Kane onto the table and places the chair on Kane while he lay on the table! The fans cheer on Van Dam as he climbs to the top rope, then leaps off the ropes delivering a huge 5-Star Frog Splash sending Kane through the table but RVD hit the chair too sacrificing himself. RVD has a hand over Kane! One…Two…Three!!! Triple H tried to break it up but couldn’t get to RVD in time!

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Rob Van Dam

Paul Heyman gets into the ring and helps RVD up. RVD starts celebrating with the fans as he stands in the ring looking around! The fans are chanting for RVD as he just defeated two men, Triple H heads towards the back with Vince as Vince stares in defiance at Heyman and RVD. McMahon mouths towards Heyman and RVD “You Just Wait…This is Not Over” Heyman and RVD don’t seem to care though as they celebrate with the fans before the show ends.


Closing Notes: Ok, finally got this show up. Longest Raw I believe I have written as it's 19 pages but most of it's due to promos. Matches are as normal so don't fret. Some promos might seem off but hey, I thought that I would say that in advance. Otherwise, this seems to be a huge show imo and has some good storyline advancing. But as for some situations, like Carlito and Masters, that will end next week! I know some people said they don't want it to continue on but right now with Judgment Day coming up and Open Season really began this show, it's hard to advance superstars to other shows right now since they're doing a PPV for Smackdown. So not many changes will happen to both shows until after the PPV so be ready!
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jblisjustabigloser's Raw Review for: King of Pain V.1.

Vince starts off the show and is very happy with the results of last night's Backlash where HHH and Kane picked up the victory. He calls out the champion RVD, by the way, I LOVE Van Dam as champion in this thread. Triple Threat Match now for the main event, with Van Dam taking on both of Vince's henchmen, looking forward to that one. Holy crap! Paul Heyman is in the building! What a shock. ECW Rules!! Can't wait for that one now.

Filler match here, with 3MW retaining as they did last night. I hope they get some real opponents soon, maybe bring in a new tag team? Good Carlito/Masters promo, both were in character, and Masters slapping the apple out of his hands was very realistic. Their match next week should be pretty good. Decent women's tag match, Beth Phoenix is being introduced in nearly the same way as she was when she actually debuted in the WWE. So now the tandem of Trish and Ashley has turned into a trio, looking forward to see how this thing pans out.

Good Striker promo, I thought it was well done and Striker was in character throughout the promo. Very good Angle/Flair promo, Angle was pissed and intense as he always is and Flair was just himself for that promo. Tremendous match, and glad that Angle won. I see him moving toward other things and maybe getting a shot at the title come Summerslam or Vengeance in this thread.

Good Cena promo, thought he was a little out of character in some spots but all-around good job. Good Helms/Benjamin promo, you said "brace this ring," I believe it's supposed to be "grace." Decent match with Carlito and Conway, not surprised it didn't end cleanly, and Masters gets the better of Carlito this week, which means most likely next week he will lose.

Call me crazy, but I'm somewhat glad the Spirit Squad got the better of Jericho in this promo. Even if their the heels and most likely won't go over in this feud, I"m still pulling for them since I felt sorry for them at Backlash lol. Good match between Benjamin and Test, glad that Benjamin retained. What's this? A possible reunion of the WGTT? This could be GREAT for the tag team scene.

Great ECW vignette, can't wait for ONS II. Excellent triple threat match, with everyone putting on a show. I'm very glad that RVD retained, as it wouldn't have made sense to have it any other way. Great Raw KOPV, one of your best IMO.
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