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Monday Night Raw
Monday June 19, 2006
Quebec City, Quebec


Across the Nation hits and the normal Raw video package plays before we cut down to ringside to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: Hello everybody and welcome tonight to Raw and our main event, you are all in for a treat tonight for this huge tag match.

Jerry Lawler: The WWE Champion Rob Van Dam tonight teams with one of his opponents Sunday being John Cena to fight Triple H and Chris Jericho!

Jim Ross: And Jericho probably wonít get off the hook that easily either seeing as last week, he attacked Shawn Michaels friend, Ric Flair on the Highlight Reel.

Jerry Lawler: Of course not JR and if I was Mr. McMahon tonight, I would make sure there was tons of security out here tonight.

Match #1
Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #6
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms


Match Overview: Another fun match to kick off the show tonight with Helms and Benjamin fighting for this major win tonight. As if Helms wins, he gets the title tonight but if Benjamin wins, the series must continue on. Helms and Benjamin fight it out tonight with some technical action but mainly itís about beating down your opponent tonight as much as you can to get the advantage that you need. Helms catches Benjamin with a beautiful missile dropkick before Helms gets the cover but he only gets a two count from the referee. Helms starts to argue with the referee but Benjamin pushes Helms into the ropes and the momentum sends them back. Benjamin has a cradle on Helms but quickly Helms rolls through and grabs the tights. The ref sees it as he gets to two and Helms canít believe he didnít have it there. Helms gets back to his feet and Benjamin is getting back up too but Helms runs over and tries for the Shining Wizard out of nowhere. Benjamin though ducks the kick, catches the leg of Helms as Benjamin gets back to his feet. Benjamin grabs Helms and ends up T-Bone Suplexing Helms right over the top rope to the outside. Helms lands hard on the outside as Benjamin falls down onto the mat, looking for a break. The referee starts the count and Helms tries getting into the ring as the ref reaches the eight count. The ref gets to ten and Helms almost got into the ring but it wasnít enough and Benjamin wins by count out.

Winner: Shelton Benjamin via count out
Series Tied at 3-3


---Commercial---

Jim Ross: And before the break, we saw Shelton Benjamin tie the series but we were informed that at Vengeance, the seventh match takes place.

Jerry Lawler: These men stole the show at our last PPV Backlash and this series has been great to, will this be enough to end the feud?

Jim Ross: Indeed and Vengeance is shaping up to be something isnít it? So many huge matches set for this Sunday.

Jerry Lawler: Weíre going to head backstage right now as Maria is standing by with ďCaptain CharismaĒ Christian.

We head backstage to see Maria standing by with Christian.

Maria: Christian, this Sunday at Vengeance you are hosting the Peep Show and well, Iím just wandering why donít you want to wrestle?

Christian: Maria, itís not the fact that I donít want to wrestle, itís because I canít wrestle. I have a reason for Vengeance that will show all of my peeps that indeed my heart beats for them because Iím going to have something huge for the Peep Show. Never before has a Peep Show been this big and it can all be thanked because of my guest Stone Cold Steve Austin. But seriously Maria, youíll have to wait till Sunday to see what Iíve got planned.

Maria: Recently Christian, youíve had a change in attitude, why is this?

Christian: What change in attitude? Is it that Iím not telling off the fans like I normally do or is it the fact that I havenít tried my hardest to get the fans to hate me? What is it Maria? Because quite frankly, youíre talking to perhaps one of the greatest superstars this company has seen since its inception. Maria, I might have some strong words but I back them up whenever I step into that ring and the peeps are always supporting me whenever I get into that ring too.

Maria: Anything else you want to say Christian.

Christian: Stone Cold, itís your first time on WWE television since Backlash, the night you got your ass whipped all over Boston and youíre not going to screw this up for me. Youíre not going to screw up my PPV return to Raw because I wonít have this. Iíve been disrespected by everyone in this company the past month or so and why? Is it because Iím brash, is it because Iím arrogant? Or is it because Iím not afraid to say whatís on my mind? Stone Cold, If you mess this up Sunday, I promise you the peeps might not like it, but you will get what is coming to you.

Maria: ChrÖ

Christian: ĎCause thatís how I roll!!!

We head back down to ringside for the next match.

Match #2
Beth Phoenix vs. Victoria


Match Overview: A fun match pitting the number one contender fighting the Womenís champion back up for this Sunday. Trish Stratus is down backing up Beth Phoenix, as the Womenís Champion, Mickie James is backing Victoria. Turns out to be a fairly even match with both women having wrestling ability and it turns out to be a test of power for both women. Victoria takes down Beth with a clothesline before delivering a Standing Moonsault! That doesnít turn out to be enough though as Victoria only gets a two count. Victoria gets back to her feet and pulls Phoenix back up looking possibly for an early attempt at the Widowís Peak but Phoenix is quick to counter and she connects with a nice dropkick. Phoenix grabs Victoria as Victoria runs right at Beth. Beth quickly kicks Victoria in the gut and throws her between her legs before Beth brings Victoria crashing down to the mat hard with the Down in Flames! Mickie tries getting into the ring but Trish quickly runs over and grabs Mickieís foot, as Mickie is halfway in the ring. Trish pulls Mickie out of the ring as the referee begins the count. OneÖTwoÖThree!!!

Winner: Beth Phoenix

Beth slides to the outside as her and Trish celebrates making their way up the ramp. Mickie slides into the ring after she grabs her Womenís title and Mickie is helping Victoria on the mat. Mickie smiles and holds the title high yelling at Beth and Trish that she will remain the champion. Mickie points to the title and smiles as we head to a commercial.

---Commercial---

Matt StrikerÖYour Teacher hits across the arena and out steps Matt Striker! The teacher makes his way down the ramp with Test following behind. Striker looks at one fan but Test quickly punks out the loudmouth fan before Striker walks up the ramp and Test follows behind. Striker takes a seat with Test standing behind him.

Matt Striker: Hello studentsÖ

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: Whoa! Now last week, you saw your teacher beat the bad apple out of the group on Raw, that being Carlito. I was involved in a tag match last week and yes I did pin Carlito last week but Iíve heard complaints all week from you inconsiderate students I have but tonightís lesson might change your mind.

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: Tonightís lesson just happens to be about something Carlito thinks he knows about, but indeed he doesnít. That being the word cool. Now when you look at the word cool, what first comes to mind? Is it that cool toy you had when you were younger, is it that cool video game you just got or is it that cool teacher that you liked when you were in school? Because Iím hoping itís that cool teacher you had back in school.

Crowd Boos as Striker smiles.

Matt Striker: Shame on every one of you! I could be spending my time to teach students at school about lifeís lessons but yet, I volunteer to come here. I come here because I need to teach all of these students (points to the fans) about many lessons. And tonight just happens to be about cool, which if you ask me, Iím pretty cool! Right Test?

Test nods his head not saying anything as Striker smiles once again.

Matt Striker: Itís a shame that Carlito claims he is the ďcoolestĒ superstar here on Raw when he really deep down knows that I am. Iíve beaten everyone here on Raw, there hasnít been a challenge I havenít overcome and simply, I am not only the better wrestler out of Carlito and myself, but I am the better teacher and I am the coolest superstar out of Carlito and myself. And Carlito, I know cool!

Crowd Boos

Matt Striker: Iíve had enough of this students. You continue to show disrespect to the teacher like you do when there is a substitute teacher. Iím tired of being disrespected here on Raw because Iíve backed up what Iíve said in the past. I donít have to be here teaching lifeís lessons to you like I said. I could be at home, grading papers, reading a book, or simply relaxing but yet I chose to do what my profession happens to be. That being to teach and wrestle.

Striker Sucks Chants break out with Striker looking pissed.

Matt Striker: The word suck, that is nasty. Because I know for a fact I donít do one thing and that is ďsuckĒ (Striker shakes his head in disgust at this.) You people should greet me each week I come out here because Iíve done so many things for you all, I even agreed to show up in this terrible country that is called Canada.

Cheap Boos

Matt Striker: Iíve never meet a group of students that has shown me more disrespect than the WWE fans. Never before have I seen so many derogatives thrown around at me such as tonight and in the past. I was promised a positive working environment and this doesnít happen to be that at all, which Iím disappointed. And Iím going to go ahead and take a line from the ďcoolest superstarĒ or at least you people think this, Carlito.

Crowd Pops for Carlito.

Matt Striker: ďDatís not cool!Ē

Striker smiles and all of a sudden from behind comes Carlito! Carlito pummels Test from behind sending the big man down before Carlito takes down Striker with a hard clothesline. Carlito flips the desk making more room as Test runs at Carlito for a Big Boot but Test gets hung up on the top rope with his leg. Carlito quickly dropkicks Test sending the big man landing hard on the outside. Striker tries grabbing his pencil to stab Carlito with like he did a month ago but Carlito ducks the shot, pushes Striker up and then delivers the Back Cracker! The fans are going wild as Carlito stares at Striker down on the mat.

Jim Ross: Carlito got some form of revenge tonight after he was pinned last week from your teacher, Matt Striker. King, your thoughts?

Jerry Lawler: Carlito and Striker is probably one of the more heated feuds and when both men meet this week, things are going to explode.

Jim Ross: Indeed and I have a feeling come this Sunday, itís going to be more than just a wrestling match, itís going to be personal.

Jerry Lawler: Iíve waited awhile for this feud to culminate and I am so glad that we are going to be seeing it happen soon.

---Commercial---

We cut out to another black screen, this time before the Vengeance screen comes across and we see the Raw logo come across too.

Narrator: For the night has come, the battle lines have been drawn, and the war has officially begun.

Images of RVD and Triple H staring down one another in each otherís face are shown on the camera.

Narrator: This is the night that everything changes, the night that friendships are broken and the warpath wages on.

Images of Kane choke slamming Big Show back on the April 7th Raw before leaping off the ropes and landing on a chair on the throat of Big Show.

Narrator: Most importantly, these men are here for one thing, retribution.

Images of Shawn Michaels nailing Chris Jericho with Sweet Chin Music back on May 15th are shown.

Narrator: The men that walk across the warpath put their souls at risk but most importantly, their bodies on the line.

Images of John Cena winning the number one contender ship are shown and past images of him holding the WWE Championship are shown.

Narrator: The night that is talked about upon the WWE, the night that people canít wait to arrive at, for one reason.

Images of Jeff Hardy leaping off the ropes with the Swanton Bomb is shown to all the fans.

Narrator: For this is the night of Vengeance, the night that is dreaded.

Quick flashing images of all the main superstars on Raw are shown before it quickly shows the Vengeance logo!

Narrator: WWE and Monday Night Raw presents Vengeance live this Sunday from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The Rexall Place is shown in a quick shot before the camera fades away from the arena moving further back.

We head back into the arena to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: Vengeance is indeed this Sunday and looking at the card right now, you do not want to miss this show!

Jerry Lawler: So many huge matches including Shawn Michaels fighting Chris Jericho and what about the main event?

Jim Ross: Rob Van Dam defends his WWE Championship against Triple H and John Cena which is going to be huge.

Jerry Lawler: Plus Matt Striker vs. Carlito, the seventh match in the Best of Seven Series, and so much more at Vengeance!

Match #3
Jeff Hardy vs. Gene Snitsky


Match Overview: Doesnít turn out to be the prettiest match but it never was planned to be as it was just meant to be a win tonight for Hardy. Hardy and Snitsky put on a decent contest but as mentioned, nothing special comes from it. Snitsky tries fighting back at Hardy but Snitsky misses the Big Boot before Hardy delivers a spinning heel kick straight to the face. Hardy quickly runs up the ropes as Snitsky recovers before leaping off and connecting with the Whisper in the Wind but Hardy only gets a two count! The fans continue to cheer on Hardy as he gets back to his feet and waists no time going right back after Snitsky, looking for possibly a chance to finish off the big man. Hardy kicks Snitsky in the gut hard with an attempt for the Twist of Fate but Snitsky pushes him off, and then runs at Hardy for a clothesline. Hardy ducks however but quickly connects with a huge DDT driving the head of Snitsky into the mat. Hardy runs up to the top rope and leaps off waisting no time before connecting with the Swanton Bomb! OneÖTwoÖThree!!!

Winner: Jeff Hardy

We see Hardy start to celebrate before down the ramp comes running Chris Masters. Masters quickly gets behind Hardy attempting the MasterLock but Hardy rolls through quickly and lands back on his feet. Hardy canít turn around quickly enough though as he runs right into a hard Polish Hammer from Masters. Masters quickly pulls Hardy up off the mat and locks on the MasterLock with Hardy not moving from the hard Polish Hammer he received a few minutes ago but Masters keeps the MasterLock locked in. Refs come in and try to restrain Masters but Masters refuses and simply drops Hardy himself. The fans boo as Masters looks down at Hardy as Hardy is laying motionless in the ring right now, courtesy of the Masterpiece.

---Commercial---

We head backstage to see The Big Show making his way it seems into the arena before from behind comes Kane! Kane starts clubbing away at the back of Big Show but Big Show, being the bigger man pushes Kane off of him. Kane watches as Big Shiw is in the corner and Kane runs towards Big Show with the momentum sending both men crashing through a wall (that seems as if it was set up to be broken anyways) Security runs down as Big Show and Kane are both down as Kane tries to continue to pummel Big Show down on the ground but security pulls Kane off of Big Show.

Security: Come on, letís go.

Kane gets out of the securityís grasp and security had helped Big Show but quickly Big Show grabs Kane and throws him into a coke machine. The fans are going wild as anything can happen right now before Big Show grabs Kane and throws him into a door with the hinges coming off the door as the door falls straight down. Kane lands hard on the ground as security runs at Big Show but Big Show tosses the security to the side. Big Show bends down to grab Kane but Kane grabs a hold of the throat of The Big Show. Kane is choking out Big Show before with amazing strength; Kane lifts Big Show into the air and connects with a chokeslam right there. Kane looks at the body of Big Show as he starts to laugh evily.

Kane walks off as Big Show is down but as we see Kane walk off, Big Show slowly gets back to his feet showing itís going to take more than that to keep him down this Sunday.

We head back into the arena to the commentating team.


Jim Ross: Wow, these two men just canít stay away from each other and they are causing hell backstage for a while.

Jerry Lawler: If that goes to show you anything JR, itís that both men are going to have to beat the holy hell out of one another for the win.

Jim Ross: Oh, no doubt in my mind but right now, weíre about to have a match to determine the number one contenderís for this Sunday.

Jerry Lawler: Itís going to be the Highlanders fighting against the Spirit Squad and the winners fight MNM on Sunday.

Match #4
#1 Contenderís Match
The Highlanders vs. The Spirit Squad (Kenny and Johnny)


Match Overview: A match to make the Highlanders the official number one contenders for the titles as they have been feuding with MNM for about four to five weeks now. Kenny dominates Robbie in the corner trying to find a way to finish him off before he tags in Johnny. Johnny comes in and connects with a kick to the face. Johnny plays around with Robbie before he kicks Robbie in the gut and tries for an enziguiri but Robbie ducks and leaps over tagging in Rory. Rory quickly runs into the ring and takes down Johnny with a leg drop, Kenny leaps off the ropes for a missile dropkick before Rory side steps him and then baseball dropkicks Kenny to the outside as Kenny landed hard on the mat. Rory watches as the legal man Johnny backs right into the arms of Rory. Rory calls Robbie over before both cousins connect with the Scot Drop. Robbie watches to make sure Kenny canít get back into the ring to break the count as Rory hooks the leg. The ref begins the count and could this be it? OneÖTwoÖThree!!!

Winners: The Highlanders

The Highlanders begin to celebrate and give one another a hug, as they know that they are going to Vengeance to fight for the Tag titles. All of a sudden though, MNM comes out on the stage clapping and applauding the performance of the Highlanders as both teams stare down one another before their match this Sunday at Vengeance.

---Commercial---

We open up to a black screen before the ever so famous Saturday Nightís Main Event logo comes across the screen.

Narrator: The show that you watched as a little kidÖ

Clips of a little kid sitting in front of a television with the first SNME being shown.

Narrator: Thirteen years has passed and it returned March 18Ö

Clips of the SNME from earlier this year including the Stone Cold vs. Triple H Match and the Contenders vs. Champions Match.

Narrator: The show that changed the wrestling worldÖ

Clips of Hulk Hogan and Paul Orndorff battling it out inside of the Steel Cage in 1986 are shown.

Narrator: Makes its comeback once againÖ

Clips of the last Saturday Nightís Main Event earlier this year are shown with all of the competitors being shown.

Narrator: Saturday Nightís Main Event returns

The Saturday Nightís Main Event logo comes across the screen and in the background, Boom by P.O.D. starts playing.

Narrator: Saturday July 15, 2006 live from Chicago!

Fast clips are shown of the older superstars competing at Saturday Nightís Main Event before a split screen comes across and then shows the modern superstars. Suddenly, both split screens collide and the SNME logo is shown once again.

Narrator: History will be made, be there!

We head back into the arena to the commentating team.

Jim Ross: Saturday Nightís Main Event returns in a month but first, what about this Sunday live from Edmonton, itís Vengeance!

Jerry Lawler: So many huge matches JR and itís going to be such a great night of wrestling no matter the outcomes.

Jim Ross: If last yearís Vengeance is any indication, we are in for a treat because last yearís show was indeed great.

Jerry Lawler: I do remember last yearís show JR in Vegas where so many huge matches happened but this yearís show is even better!

We head backstage to see Chris Jericho heading into the arena before Ric Flair stops him.

Chris Jericho: Look Ric, Iím soÖ

Ric Flair: Jericho. WOOO! Last week you crossed the line whenever you attacked the Nature Boy because now, the Nature Boy wants a piece of you. Jericho, Iíve been in this business way longer than you have and Iíve paid my dues. And Iím not going to let someone like you walk right all over the Nature Boy like you did last week.

Chris Jericho: Flair, I donít need to hear this. You know that deep down inside, youíre nothing more than a dried up has been, past his prime. But for some reason, you just think youíve got what it takes to stay here on Raw is Jericho, and try to compete with the best talent that is here, that being me, the AyatollahÖ(Jericho pauses) of Rock and Rolla!

Ric Flair: You might be the ďAyatollah of Rock and RollaĒ but Iím the Nature Boy. Iím a limousine riding, leer jet-flying, kiss stealing, wheeling dealing son of a gun. And Jericho, I promise you Iím not going to let you come in here and disrespect me, nor anybody else like you have since you came back to the WWE waÖ

Chris Jericho: Hold it there assclown.

Jericho steps forward and looks at Flair in the eyes.

Chris Jericho: I havenít disrespected a damn person since I came back. If anything, Iíve been the one that is disrespected! Iíve came back to Raw, Iíve shown why I was the first ever Undisputed Champion, and I proved to everyone that I was back and ready for a mission. That I was ready to get some gold back around the waist of this sexy beast baby!

Flair gets into the face of Jericho now as itís becoming heated.

Ric Flair: You might be the first ever-Undisputed Champion but Iím a sixteen time World-Heavyweight Champion! Jericho, you talk about all the men youíve beaten but you havenít beaten ďthe manĒ And Jericho to be the man, youíve got the beat, the man!

The crowd pops as Jericho gets rather angered at the comments by Flair with Flair smiling as he knows heís getting into the head of Jericho.

Ric Flair: WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Flair walks off as Jericho looks back at Flair. Jericho looks ultimately pissed right now as tonight the Nature Boy has gotten in his head. Jericho walks on shaking his head in disappointment knowing that he was just disrespected by a legend.

---Commercial---

We head backstage to see Todd Grisham standing by with John Cena.

Todd Grisham: John, in just a matter of moments, you will be teaming with one of your opponents at Vengeance, that being the WWE Champion, Rob Van Dam, but do you think you two will be able to get along tonight?

John Cena: Whoa Todd! Whoa! Iíve got nothing wrong with Rob Van Dam other than that he has my WWE Championship! You see, Iíve been on a mission since day one whenever I lost my WWE Championship and that was, I was going to get my title back. And I promised to myself I would Todd and that is about to happen because this Sunday at Vengeance, the King of Kings doesnít go back on his throne, Mr. PPV wonít retain, but it will be the Doctor of Thuganomics walking back out with the WWE Championship representing the Chain Gang!

Todd Grisham: John, youíve never fought either one of these men in one on one matches so will this be an disadvantage for you?

John Cena: Todd, let me do the questions for now on. First off, who wants to see Triple H and Jericho get their asses whipped all over Quebec City, Quebec tonight. (Crowd Pops) Good because thatís what youíre going to get. Iíve battled and fought my way back to the top for the past six months since I lost my belt and I will be damned if Iím going to fall all the way back down and not get my WWE Championship.

Todd Grisham: Anything else John.

John Cena: Iíve got my back against the wall Sunday Rob and Hunter. Iíve fought the odds before and Iíve overcame them each time. Iíve had to fight odds my whole life and Sunday will not be any different for me. The Chain Gang is going to be in full support Sunday backing up me. But Rob and Hunter, Iíve fought for too long to be pushed back down the ladder and this Sunday, I get back what was mine in the first place, my WWE Championship. Now if you want some, then come and damn get some!!!

Cena walks off storming into the arena for the main event before we head into the arena.

Match #5
Rob Van Dam and John Cena vs. Triple H and Chris Jericho


Match Overview: A long hard fought match with Mr. McMahon at ringside representing Triple H and Jericho tonight. McMahon doesnít get into the match however tonight leaving it to Triple H and Jericho, having all the trust in them. Van Dam ends up being in the ring with Triple H as both men have their history with one another as both men have been fighting against one another for a while in their feud. Triple H takes advantage of Van Dam as Jericho distracted the ref by untying the turnbuckle ropes before Triple H was able to hit a low blow onto Van Dam knocking down the WWE Champion. It all seems to go down hill from there as Triple H connects with a Running High Knee and Triple H doesnít stop there. Triple H drags Van Dam into the corner as Jericho calls for the tag. Jericho gets into the ring and toys around with Van Dam playing around as he kicks Van Dam hard in the sternum. Jericho does the cocky pin fall as he puts his foot on Van Damís body. Van Dam quickly kicks out as Jericho grabs Van Dam, Van Dam kicks Jericho in the back of the head, showing his flexibility. Van Dam grabs Jericho and rolls through getting a cradle before Van Dam connects with a spinning heel kick to the head of Jericho. Van Dam rolls off the ropes and comes back connecting with the Rolling Thunder. Van Dam heads to the top rope for the Five Star Frog Splash but Cena tags himself in! RVD looks at Cena rather confused as Cena comes in and runs off the ropes connecting with the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Cena bends down and picks Jericho up trying for the F-U but Triple H gets into the ring and connects with a hard shot to the sternum of Cena. Van Dam gets into the ring and takes down Jericho from behind with a dropkick and the referee has lost all control, rendering it a no contest.

Winners: No Contest

Triple H grabs Cena looking for the Pedigree but Cena quickly throws Triple H onto his shoulders. Cena tries for the F-U but Mr. McMahon gets onto the apron and pulls Triple H off the shoulders of Cena as Triple H lands on the apron. Triple H and McMahon get back down off the apron and Jericho is left in the ring right now. Triple H and McMahon make their way to the back andstop at the ramp Down comes Shawn Michaels from the crowd as he slides into the ring and watches Jericho get back to his feet. Michaels tunes up the band and connects with Sweet Chin Music to his opponent at Vengeance this Sunday, Jericho. HBK, Cena, and RVD roll Jericho out underneath the middle rope as McMahon and Triple H walk back down the ramp and grab Jericho helping him to the back. RVD, Cena, and Michaels stand in the ring staring down McMahon, Triple H and Jericho as the show ends.



Vengeance 2006
Sunday June 25, 2006
Rexall Place
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test

Womenís Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw
Kane vs. The Big Show

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (cís) vs. The Highlanders

The Peep Show
Christianís Talk Show Returns
Special Guest: Stone Cold Steve Austin
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WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test

Women’s Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw
Kane vs. The Big Show

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (c’s) vs. The Highlanders
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WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match

Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test

Women’s Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw

Kane vs. The Big Show

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms

World Tag Team ChampionshipsMNM (c’s) vs. The Highlanders
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I'll definately have a review in tonight, or tomorrow edited in before this. Predictions for now bud.

WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena - I have a very much feeling that RVD won't drop gold to either man, and both men will lead into a feud after, with RVD going onto a new opponent. I thought HHH would win at ECW ONS II, but I am very sure now RVD won't be dropping the strap now.

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho - Y2J could use a nice victory, and HBK is involved in the McMahon angle still, but seemingly as the lower half of it now. Y2J was apart of it a month ago, but mostly just working with them in matches, but not really having many more promo's showing he's probably going away from this feud and moving onto better things.

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test - Matt Striker's push has been going smooth, but I think it will be nice to hold off on him defeating Carlito till a Raw date later on, with him wanting that victory despirately. I can't see Striker going over here, so it odviously will be Carlito, after a lot of cheap tactics to try and win, but the end result of Carlito winning.

Women’s Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus - This is more so the Trish/Mickie feud, and I do not see Beth a Champion. I see Mickie retaining, and continuing her strong hold on the Women's Title. This will probably lead to a WM rematch between Trish and Mickie at SummerSlam possibly?

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw
Kane vs. The Big Show - I believe that Show is on his way out, and Kane still has a part to play on Raw, and he has the part to play in this McMahon storyline since he's been with Vince. I can see this ending with both men out somewhere after destroying each other, having them both fight on opposite sides of this war, but my bet is on a predictable Kane win, as I just see this as filler time for Kane till another program comes along, or picks up again.

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters - Jeff Hardy is coming out with a push, and I expect it to continue. A Raw Rematch, and I can't say much about this really, I don't expect anything great, but I am pretty sure Jeff will continue his push and go into the IC Division, or just move into the ranks of the IC Division.

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms - This is very much a tossup, with Benjamin trying to get that win he's been trying to grasp, but hasn't been able to grasp on his own without a dq, or countout ending. I could see this going either way, but Benjamin could use the win more, with Helms already having 3 victories on Raw's dirtly, but more so building him up ... I can see this feud rolling on afterwords this match.

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (c’s) vs. The Highlanders - MNM just won the titles, and this is pretty much a filler feud here until someone, or something happens that gives Raw a big boost in the tag division. This will really boost MNM up here, and I will enjoy this very much so probably, but never read a really fully written Highlanders match so we'll see. This looks in order for an MNM victory since they just won the titles like I said.

Good card, and there's my big fat helping of predictions. I'll have my review up tonight or tomorrow, and I'll edit it in. I will love Vengeance with the plans it seems, and can't wait for it mate.
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Here's my second review and you havent returned one favour yet so I hope you do. Enjoy!

Shelton Benjamin vs. Gregory Helms: A exciting way to start of your show and just for the record this match with a best of six series type of match and then Shelton Benjamen losing by count out and the score is now 3-3 so they got a long way to go and hopefully the feud goes down futher.

Christian interview: A good way to hype until; Vengance and Christian will have a peep show at Vengance and also the special guest which is none other than Stone Cold Steve Austin, can't wait to see this.

Beht Phenoix vs Victoria: A good match here with a little bit off sloppy action but still cool and also the interference by Trish was ok so and the after math was awesome, Vengance is going to be big for these divas.

Matt Striker segment: It was ok though and also building up to Vengance with a match with Carlito and also the catch phrase was a little bit funny so I'll wait to see what happens. And not to forget when Carlito strikes form behind on Test and Strker so eyah good job.

Vengance video: An awesome thing to hype up Vengance nice promo can't wait to see what happens.

Jeff Hardy vs Gene Snitsky: Pretty much a aquash match and Jeff Hardy as the clear winner of that entire match with the swanton for the win and Chris Masters attacking Jeff Hardy form behind and with Masters getting the last laugh.

Big Show/Kane segment: A good big man brawl and with Kane chokeslamming Big Show but recovers and proves that it will be more than a chokeslam to keep Big Show down, also not to forget that its a loser leaves RAW match so whoever loses goes away form RAW, cant wait.

The Highlanders vs Spirit Sqaud: So its for the number one contenders for the world tag team titles eh. Anyway, its a good match here and a sweet ending with the Highlanders getting a title shot at Vengance against MNM and also the apperance of MNM and the stare down was good too, cant wait.

SNME: Another good video package here.

Chris Jericho/Ric Flair segment: A average segment there and it was alright might add a slap or something but it was good enough, cool.

John Cena interview: I liked this one and it was cool ass and the heat is starting to rise in that match at Vengance and just like I said a million time, I can't wait to read it!!!

Main Event: An awesome action packed tag match here tonight to highlight your show and Vince coming out to representing HH and Chris Jericho, and also has no contest here which was suprising and not to forget the after math with Vince saving HHH's butt from an F-U and also with Cena, Mixchaels and RVD staring down was awesome Vengance is shaping up to be a great PPV good luck.

Overall: 8/10-good job and Vengance is just around the corner and you must be busy so re would be nice. Anyway here's your second review and see ya!

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First off, I want to say that I was really busy this past week and I didnít have time to give out proper reviews. Sorry man, but I think that I can give ya some comments on SmackDown! and RAW.

WWE: SmackDown! Ė June 16, 2006 Ė Comments
The opening promo of SD looked decent to me. JBL cashing in his MITB was logic because Angle was just missing challengers for the title IMO. Teddyís announcements for the matches were good and Iím really looking forward to it. Tony Mamalukeís victory was needed to give some hype to their feud with the tag team championships. Anyway, FBI vs. London and Kendrick really excites me because they can provide a good match. SNME getting some hype is good. Burchill picks up the victory, which was really expected. I loved the aftermath of this one because it looked really realistic and nice. I can feel a triple threat match between these three at GAB. Seemed a good confrontation between Booker and Lashley. Street Fight Match next week would be really entertaining because this feud was just getting stale. I can see that you are trying to make your shows really realistic to the real WWE, because this MVP segment with Teddy looked very much similar with what the real WWE did with him. Anyway, Iím looking forward to MVPís official debut next week. Man, the Kash/Noble storyline looks interesting. Iím still wondering what Kash is asking from Noble. Didnít expect Kash to cost Noble a match here tonight though. Kennedyís promo was decent, nothing special. Glad that you giving some extra hype to GAB too. Matt Hardy and Kennedy provided a good match to me, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Kennedy cheating to pick up a victory over Hardy looked okay, and itíll be interesting to see what happens next week. All I can say here is that Batista is really turning out to be a great heel, and this promo was good. His feud with ĎTaker looks solid and I guess a match at GAB between them would be booked soon. Hmm, I didnít like Rated-RKO forming because this is too unoriginal, and it was what WWE did. Now, I know that you are turning your thread realistic to the real WWE, but it just scores bad marks in originality. Anyway, the promo was great, and the match after this promo with Benoit was totally superb. It was the MOTN IMO. Msyterio coming back to help Benoit was nice, and Mysterio/Benoit vs. Rated-RKO at GAB would be solid.

WWE: RAW Ė June 19, 2006 Ė Review
Nice way to kick off the show with the Best of the Seven Series match. The T-Bone Suplex from the ring to the outside was a sick spot, and the ending was truly unique, so that was good. I expected to see Benjamin leveling the scores with Helms here, so they could have a possible 7th match for the series at Vengeance. Christianís promo was perfect. I think that something really special is gonna happen between Christian and Stone Cold. Iíd love to see either Christian or Stone Cold shocking the crowd by turning heel. Another expected result here (Beth beating Victoria just because Beth needed more momentum heading to Vengeance.) Strong promo from Strikers here, who was in character everytime. Really a strong promo. Aftermath to this promo was also good. Glad to see you adding some more fuel to their heated rivalry. Hmm, it looked like a squash match to me to be honest. Anyway, glad to see Jeff getting some momentum. Aftermath was really intense, and Masters attack was Jeff was needed because this rivalry was getting stale. Heh, Kane/Big Show rivalry is also getting stronger. Good brawl backstage by these big men. Highlanders are the number one contenders for the tag team titles, so it was pretty obvious that theyíd win this match. It looked like a good confrontation between Jericho and Flair at backstage, but I think that it was just to give Flair some time on the show. Cena was pretty much in the character in this promo, and it hyped the main event. The main event had a good wrestling contest, and the aftermath to this one was good. I loved the staring between heels and faces because I think that it added some more hype to each personís respective matches at Vengeance.

Vengeance 2006
Sunday June 25, 2006
Rexall Place
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test

Womenís Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw
Kane vs. The Big Show

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (cís) vs. The Highlanders

The Peep Show
Christianís Talk Show Returns
Special Guest: Stone Cold Steve Austin
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Shelton levels the series as I thought he would and hopefully can produce the big comeback win at Vengeance on Sunday. Good matchup to kick off the show with an interesting way for Helms to lose after being T-Boned to the outside

Christian was on song, I wonder if Austin will be his devilish self and maybe embarass Christian, leading to a feud for Summerslam? Hard to picture Christian without Tomko tho lol

Ugh Victoria > Beth Phoenix. I can honestly say, MICKIE MUST WIN AT VENGEANCE!

Striker was good here, you seem to like this guy, and while I'd rather see Carlito win and go back into the IC title race, I think you might turn Striker into a solid midcarder and give him the win against CCC

Vengeance video is nice

Hardy goes over Snitsky, but Masters batters him ahead of their clash on the weekend. Hardy should be able to beat Chris Masters on Sunday and go onto better things, but atleast you're giving this tiny feud a bit of meaning to liven it up, as the match won't be pretty

Kane & Show destroy each other, and one will be leaving RAW. My bet is Show loses and is fired or retires from this thread, as Kane can still be involved in this RAW vs McMahon faction feud you seem to have cooking

Highlanders get theit title shot against MNM, but they won't beat MNM who are far better than the Highlanders. Maybe after MNM win a new tag team will be slowly introduced like you said you would do over the next few months

Jericho/Flair confrontation points towards a possible feud in the future. I thought both of these guys would be involved in the RAW vs McMahon thingo, guess I was wrong...

Cena promo was good and Cena was in character, but can he and RVD co-exist?

Nice way to end the night and the faces of RVD, Cena & HBK stand tall above Vince, HHH & Jericho to end the show. Some big things will go down at Vengeance, and I'm looking forward to it

8/10. As always, good stuff.

Now for some Vengeance predics...

WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match

Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test

Womenís Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw

Kane vs. The Big Show

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7

Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (cís) vs. The Highlanders
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Best Of Seven Match Six: This series has probably been one of the most innovative I have seen on here, as you have wisely selected two guys who you knew would be able to put on seven great matches without the crowd becoming bored. I think you have used a different method of victory each time, either with Helms' Shining Wizard, Benjamin's T-Bone Suplex, a DQ and now a count out. It's good that you are mixing it up. However, I don't think I'm alone when I say that when you made it 3-1 to Helms it was fairly obvious that these two would carry it on to Vengeance. That's not a complaint though, as it's a perfect way to end the series at a PPV.

Christian Interview: A good segment here hyping Christian's appearance at Vengeance. He seems to have changed a little bit since coming from Smackdown. It might just be me, but I have the feeling that he will turn heel at Vengeance and attack Stone Cold. Anyway, an excellent with promo with the Big C very much in character.

Beth Phoenix vs. Victoria: Another good women's contest. You have hyped this division well over the last few weeks, and I have become interested in the outcome for once.

Matt Striker Segment: Very good segment here. Striker is one of the best wrestlers you write for, KOP, and you should continue to use him liberally. His obsession with being cool was very funny. I have enjoyed this rivalry with Carlito, but it will probably come to an end at Vengeance.

Vengeance Promo: I know this by heart now I think, but I'm still going to praise you, because your PPV promos are the best I've read.

Jeff Hardy vs. Gene Snitsky: Nice to see Jeff go over Snitsky here. It wasn't a straight forward squash match obviously because of Snitsky's size, but the result was correct in my opinion. Chris Master's run in at the end was predictable but still exciting. It hyped their rivalry and their match at Vengeance really well.

Kane/Big Show Brawl: Another brawl between the two giants this week, with Kane getting the better of Big Show this time. Neither of these guys are particularly exhilarating on the mic so to have them cutting promos and such would have been a mistake. I prefer the way you have done it, as it really makes it look as though their match at Vengeance is going to be total carnage.

The Highlanders vs. Spirit Squad: Wow, we haven't seen the SS for a while, it was good to see them back in action. I would have quite liked to see them beat The Highlanders but it seems that the Highlanders are the ones getting the push. The match was good, but the main thing I thought was whether you were bringing Kenny back to later groom him into the great Kenny Dykstra that we all know you love. I hope so.

SNME Promo: Another excellent PPV promo here. Honestly, you do these so well.

Chris Jericho/Ric Flair Segment: This was a good confrontation between the two great mic workers. Both of them were really in character, and it's good that you are not sticking Y2J in the mid-card. His feud with HBK has elevated him into the Main Event, which is where he belongs. I just hope you don't make Flair go over cleanly on Jericho when they next meet, because that would kill Jericho's push in my opinion.

John Cena Interview: Nicely in character here. The two faces Cena and Van Dam are teaming up here, but as they are faces come Sunday there will be no teaming up I'm sure of that.

RVD/Cena vs. Triple H/Jericho: A really great main event here, with the right outcome in the end. No one goes over and it just turns into an all out brawl between these five rivals, with HBK getting involved too. I don't think Y2J has actually got one over on anyone yet in your BTB though, so it would be nice to see him conquer Shawn Michaels this sunday.

Overall: Another great installment, with no spelling or grammar mistakes that I noticed and fresh, well-written story lines and angles.

9 Out Of 10 - Superb! I can't wait for Vengeance!

Vengeance 2006
Sunday June 25, 2006
Rexall Place
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena
RVD has been getting sucha huge push by you I just can't see him losing the strap after only three PPV's.

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho
As much as I would love it to be Jericho I feel that you have some kind of vendetta against him and HBK will win again.

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test
A face win to end this feud seems about right

Womenís Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus
Mickie is a great champion at the moment and I think you realise this

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw
Kane vs. The Big Show
I think I can see Big Show winning and Kane going to Smackdown like in real life

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters
I can see Masters picking up the win but continuing the feud.

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms
Helms deserves it and I think you appreciate him

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (cís) vs. The Highlanders
MNM have only just won the belts and The Highlanders would be terrible champions.
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I'll get a RAW review up soon. Here are my predictions though:

WWE Championship
Triple Threat Match
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena

The Showstopper vs. The Highlight Reel
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho

Carlito vs. Matt Striker w/ Test

Womenís Championship
Mickie James (c) w/ Victoria vs. Beth Phoenix w/ Trish Stratus

No Holds Barred Match
Loser Leaves Raw
Kane vs. The Big Show

Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Masters

Intercontinental Championship
Best of Seven Series, Match #7
Shelton Benjamin (c) vs. Gregory Helms

World Tag Team Championships
MNM (cís) vs. The Highlanders
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