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WWE Friday Night Smackdown Preview for Friday July 7, 2006

Only eight days until Saturday Night's Main Event and sixteen days until the Great American Bash. Smackdown is going to be huge this week with a double main event. First off, last week Mark Henry attacked Kurt Angle in the ring as JBL was throwing a Great American Celebration. This week, JBL and Henry have challeneged Angle to find him a partner to team with and fight both of them in the main event tonight on Smackdown. Who will the World-Heavyweight Champion pick and will he be able to lead the team to victory over JBL and Mark Henry?

Our second main event for this week will be Edge and Rey Mysterio going one on one. Last week, Chris Benoit made Randy Orton tap in the middle of the ring a week after Edge and Orton threw Edge and Benoit's tag titles they won back in 2004 into the crowd. Benoit was sending Edge a message through Orton and this week, Mysterio looks to get a win against Edge. With all four men meeting in a tag match at the Great American Bash, can the arena hold all of these egos this Friday night?

Mr. Kennedy earned himself a US title shot at the Great American Bash last week on Smackdown when he overcame five other men and won a Battle Royal. Kennedy and the US Champion, Bobby Lashley go back as they've been at each other's throats since the night after WrestleMania, exactly three months ago tonight on Smackdown. With so much history behind Kennedy and Lashley, one has to wonder how both of these men will react to being in the same building tonight.

For all of this and more, tune into Friday Night Smackdown, this Friday on UPN at 8/7 CT.
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Raw Review

Great match to kick off Raw. It looked to be a good match to open the show and Jericho gets his revenge for his loss to Flair last month rolling him up for the win.

This promo was decent enough despite being a divas promo, and a solid triple threat match is made for SNME.

Meh not too keen on you bringing in Chuck Palumbo as i see nothing in him. Looks like you could push him into the IC division but you would have to do something really special with him to make me believe he deserves a push.

This man does deserve a push though, it was good typical heelish Matt Stryker promo. Did however drag on a bit, and Stryker didn't sound right at the start.

Good match here and big win for Jeff Hardy over Booker T thanks to interference from Carlito. Carlito/Booker feud looks good, haven't seen it done before and Booker could help Carlito get more over.

Good victory for the Hignlanders here and they could very well have a run with the tag titles, while it looks Cade and Murdoch are fading out of the scene. I believe you will need some more tag teams soon to freshen things up.

Great promo here, Christian was well in character and i loved the little movie with his confrantations with Eugene and so on. Looks like he will be feuding with HBK until Austin makes his return whenever.

HHH squash win here destroying Eugene but where he is going to go from here since he has just been in the title scene.

Huge win for MNM here getting the win on Cena, holding his leg down during the cover. Good aftermath with RVD sending a message to Cena hitting him with the 5 star frog splash.

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Nice preview, KOP, Smackdown looks to be excellent. Thus far on your BTB I am enjoying the JBL/Kurt Angle feud over the World Heavvyweight Championship the most, and I think that their match at the Great American Bash, regardless of the outcome, will not be their last encounter. I would have said that Angle would choose Benoit as a partner for Smackdown, but he is tied up with Edge and Orton, so I'm going to predict Matt Hardy as his partner.

With Benoit getting the win last week over Orton, it's unlikely that Rey Mysterio will go over Edge tonight, so this, more than likely, will see Edge win after Orton's interference. It could also burn down to a No Contest.

Mr. Kennedy and Bobby Lashley seems pretty much cemented as a one-on-one encounter now at GAB, even though a couple of weeks a go I was certain Hardy and Booker would be involved too. Shows what I know eh?

Should be a very good show
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Striker Segment- I liked this segment a lot. All the people that is currently trying to push Matt Striker should look at this because this is how Matt's charecter should recive a push. I love that Test is kinda like his bodyguard because Matt could come out when he is subpose to have a match (Once he is champ) and be like you want a shot at my title well you will have to pass my TEST and that's when Test comes out and beats on Striker's would be opponet. WOW you really have something with this storyline and I hope you push it.

Jeff Hardy vs Booker T- I dont know why but I just couldnt get into this match.

Rednecks vs Highlanders- I like that the Highlanders won the match. I think they are underated as a tag team and they have a solid gimmick. Same goes with the Rednecks and I wouldnt mind seeing these guys on TV.

Christian Segemnt- I really liked this segment and thought everyone but Holly was in charecter. I at first was ok with seeing Holly vs Christian tonight. Then I get the possibitiy of Christian vs HBK NOW thats a match I wanna see. Then HBK lays out Christian which is awsume since im a HBK Mark.

HHH vs Eugene- Just a average match where I knew HHH was winning unles some cheated him.

RVD Segment- I love it when RVD gets time to talk cause it's like listening to a stoner and he is all laid back and cool and colected. I look foward to seeing RVD and Cena beat Mn<M

Mn<M vs Cena and RVD- hmm so Mn<M won this match. Mn<M at least didnt win clean which is good and all together I enjoyed the match.

All together no real MAJOR things happened which I didnt expect following sunday but good show 9.7/10

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Review for King of Pain’s Monday Night Raw

Ric Flair vs. Chris Jericho
Interesting to see a PPV quality matchup as the opener here on Raw. Flair gets busted open early, competitive, back and forth contest here. Y2J picks up the victory by grabbing the tights, very nice selection for the opener of the show. I wonder what’s next for Y2J and if he will have a rematch with Flair in the near future.

The women’s segment was very well written and it’s interesting to see a Woman’s Division built on actual feuds rather than just random diva matches thrown together. For some reason I feel like I’ve been seeing a lot of that in BTB’s recently. Anyway, Trish is looking to become a 7 time Women’s Champion and she gets a title shot at SNME against Mickie and Victoria. With the tension that exists now between Mickie and Victoria, it makes the woman’s title match even more intriguing.

Chuck Palumbo vs. Val Venis
Interesting to see Chuck Palumbo picking up what is pretty much a squash victory. It’s certainly a creative decision to push him and I’m interested to see how you work with his push in the coming weeks.

The Striker segment was written very nicely as he was absolutely in character and his usage of complex vocabulary fit his persona perfectly. Striker shows some real intensity towards the end of the promo and he appears to be right in the thick of the Intercontinental Title mix.

Jeff Hardy vs. Booker T
Nice booking, following up on last week when Booker T cheated to defeat Carlito. Carlito interferes and spits an apple in his face, allowing Hardy to hit the Twist of Fate followed by a Swanton Bomb for the upset victory. A Booker T vs. Carlito feud will be interesting to follow as you’ve started the feud off well.

The Highlanders vs. Lance Cade & Murdoch
Decent matchup here, maybe could’ve fit better before Hardy vs. Booker. Either way, it’s good that you’re building up you’re tag division but I was very surprised that Cade & Murdoch didn’t go over here. I wonder if you have something big planned for the Highlanders, such as a potential feud for the tag titles.

Christian’s segment starts off very well as he gloats over his attack on Stone Cold Steve Austin. He then airs a video, which begins humorously as he ends up slapping Eugene in the face after he told him that he felt his attack was wrong. Christian shows his arrogance in his brief interaction with Holly and then Venis & Viscera provide a little more comedy. Fantastic finish to the video package Christian put together, teasing Michaels hitting Sweet Chin Music but Christian ducks it, throws him into the cameraman and runs away. Great booking by adding to the build up of the HBK/Christian feud. Christian goes on to say that he’s through with HBK and that he is waiting for Stone Cold to make his next move when out of nowhere, Michaels Superkicks his head off. A very entertaining, well-written segment here.

Triple H vs. Eugene
Rightfully so, this is a very quick squash match with Triple H scoring the pinfall with the Pedigree. Certainly not a good night for Eugene, having been slapped in the face by Christian earlier and now being on the receiving end of a convincing beatdown by Trips.

RVD & Cena vs. MNM
Even matchup and a very nice way to close out the show. MNM picks up a huge upset by teaming up to score a dirty victory over Cena; considering you were going to have MNM win you booked the way they won the right way in my opinion. The aftermath was great with RVD preventing a Snapshot to Cena and then leaping off the top with a 5 Star Frog Splash to him, sending a message to the #1 contender before Saturday Night’s Main Event.

Overall this was an entertaining read and a very well put together show. You’re developing some quality feuds and Saturday Night’s Main Event looks like a can’t miss show. The Christian segment was fantastic and the main event did a nice job of adding to the anticipation of the RVD vs. Cena match for the title at SNME.

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Awesome preview KOP. I will definatly get a review up when you post. Also, if you could, PM me letting me know it's up. Thanks.
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RAW Review

Flair v. Jericho: This match good easily be on a PPV, and it was different to see it open up RAW. Nice back and forth action, and Flair getting busted open early adds to the match. Y2J wins with a handful of tights, which will earn him some heat.

Its great to see you are giving the women's division a push, and creating some feuds. I know most people don't do that, I tried but abolished it. This was a good segment that got the point across of a match at SNME.

Palumbo v. Venis: This wasn't the most competitive match of the night as Palumbo picked up this one fairly easily. Palumbo seems in line for a push.

This next segment was written well and really flowed. Striker was very much in character. This segment raises Striker up and he is getting closer to be in a championship scenario.

Hardy v. Booker: Carlito interfers costing Hardy to win. This is after Booker's interference on Smackdownn, so I can see you are building up this feud. But it is odd to see Hardy not in anything notable.

Highlanders v. Cade/Murdoch: This is a good tag match to see but it is placed in an odd place. You are doing a good job building up your tag team division just like your women's divison. Nice to see The Highlandersp pull this one out as they are not used in the real WWE as good as they should be.

This segment was in good character and gives Christian more heat. He brags and brags about what happened to Austin then he airs a video. Theres comedy in this segment and this was an enjoyable read. HBK gets involved which adds more to his feud. Best segment of the night by far.

HHH v. Eugene: Squash. Trips picks up the easy pinfall with a Pedigree and Eugene gets farther pushed down. Not too much to say about this one.

RVD/Cena v. MNM: Entertaining match up here that could have some good spots. Very surprised MNM won this one, and they seem they are getting to be the best team in the WWE. RVD sends a message that adds a greater appeal to SNME.

I have this thread before but this is the first time I have reviewed, and I thought this was a great show overall. You are creating a well rounded show by establishing a tag and womens divison. Also with Palumbo getting a win and the Striker segment a great mid card is coming around too. SNME looks great.
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Sorry this took so long to get up, I think it's the first show in two weeks now. Yeah, I know it's recapped and it was supposed to be up like last Thursday but I just never found time. And considering I was gone from Friday through yesterday, I think you all understand why I didn't have time to do this. But anyways, here is the recapped version of Smackdown.


Friday Night Smackdown
Friday July 7, 2007
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Metalingus rings throughout the crowd to get the night started off with as Edge comes down to the ring with Randy Orton by his side. Edge and Orton kick start the night off with running down their opponents for the Great American Bash as both men make fun of Benoit and Mysterio. Edge and Orton then mention that ever since they decided to start teaming with one another, they knew they were going to be on a mission since day one. That mission is to take out all the competition so only two men remain with the World title to themselves. Edge and Orton continue bragging and running down their opponents before the camera cuts backstage to see Benoit and Mysterio in their locker room. Benoit and Mysterio promise tonight that Rey will come out victorious over Edge and that Edge really stands no chance at all of getting the win. Rey speaks a little bit of Spanish before the camera cuts back into the ring to see Edge and Orton laughing it off.

Back from the commercial, we kick the night off with some tag team action as the FBI team against Scotty 2 Hotty and Funaki. This turns out to be a fun little cruiserweight tag match with Guido and Mamaluke taking advantage of Funaki and working over his shoulder. Also to note is that London and Kendrick are at the top of the ramp watching the match. Guido and Mamaluke make frequent tags to each other before Guido leaps off the ropes with a foot stomp right onto the shoulder of Funaki. Guido taunts London and Kendrick taking their move before Guido runs off the ropes and dropkicks Funaki right in the face. Guido quickly tags in Mamaluke as Mamaluke comes in quickly and Mamaluke flies off the ropes with the Sicilian Slice! Mamaluke quickly covers as Guido runs over and knocks Scotty of the ropes for the win. London and Kendrick quickly slide into the ring and both teams look for a brawl but the FBI quickly slides to the outside of the ring backing their way out of the arena, taunting L and K saying the belts are going to be their’s. At ringside, Cole and Tazz announce that since L and K plus FBI have gotten wins over one another, they are going to settle it at the Great American Bash for the title.

A short promo airs hyping the Great American Bash’s top matches in JBL/Angle, Edge and Orton vs. Mysterio and Benoit, and Undertaker vs. Batista

After the break, Matt Hardy goes one on one with Simon Dean and Hardy goes on the offense quickly with Dean trying to get some in but he can’t. Hardy takes down Dean with all of his top moves including the Side Effect and the Leg Drop before he quickly kicks Dean in the sternum and ends up connecting with the Twist of Fate. The fans cheer on Hardy as he gets the one, two, three getting an easy win tonight over Simon Dean.

Backstage after his win, Hardy is walking around as we see him bump into MVP who is clapping and cheering for Hardy. Hardy looks at the new comer rather strangely as MVP says that Hardy truly is a “top-star” on Smackdown but that MVP is the “money-maker” of Smackdown. Hardy asks MVP who he has beaten other than the jobber he defeated last week. MVP steps back and has a disgruntled look on his face before he tells Hardy to watch next week and MVP is going to prove just how he makes the big bucks on Smackdown.

After the break, we head into the arena to see Mr. Kennedy make his way down the ramp into the ring. Mr. Kennedy brags about winning the Battle Royal last week and he said that Bobby Lashley is no challenge for him. Mr. Kennedy runs down whom he has beaten on Smackdown before Bobby Lashley interrupts him. Lashley comes down to the ring and both men begin to brawl in the ring. Security has to run down and break them up but as they do, Theodore Long walks out onto the stage. Long says that both of these men have a history with one another and reminds the fans that both men have never been able to get along without brawling. Long then tells Kennedy that he did indeed earn a title shot, but his title shot at the Great American Bash is now going to be inside of a 15 foot high Steel Cage! Kennedy is held back by Security looking horrified as Lashley just smiles, looking happy he will be confined in the cage in sixteen days.

As we return from the break, we have a rematch from two weeks ago, as friends and partners; Super Crazy goes one on one against Psicosis. It was to be a number one contender’s match back then but Kid Kash interrupted it. At ringside, the Cruiserweight Champion, Jamie Noble is sitting down and gets constantly asked why he turned on the fans. Noble doesn’t give an answer but back to action in the ring, we have a good and highflying Cruiserweight match happening. Super Crazy got caught off guard with a Moonsault from Psicosis but he only gets a two count. Super Crazy rolls over and grabs Psicosis before he tries for a Suplex but Psicosis rolls through with a Victory Roll for a two count. The fans are getting behind the fast pace cruiserweights in the ring. Super Crazy however catches Psicosis off guard this time with a quick DDT before he heads to the top rope and hits the Crazy Sault connecting and getting the one…two…three!!! Super Crazy begins to celebrate but we quickly see Kid Kash hit the ring. Kash tries taking out Super Crazy but Super Crazy hits him with a Hurricanrana! Super Crazy helps Psicosis up as we see Kash on the outside, being attended to by Noble. Super Crazy and Psicosis both run and connect with Planchas on the outside knocking down Noble and Kash as the fans are cheering right now for the Mexicools who leave the arena. With Noble getting back to his feet a minute later, he tells Super Crazy he will see him at the Great American Bash and he vows revenge.

Before the break, Rey Mysterio is interviewed backstage, getting hyped up for his match against Edge next. Kristal asks Rey how it feels to step back into the ring for the first time in over a month tonight against Edge. Rey follows up saying it feels great and that he’s going to prove to all the fans, and especially Edge he still has it in him. Rey then heads out to the arena as we cut to a commercial with hype being built for the match, which is next.

Our fourth match of the night takes place next as Edge and Rey Mysterio go one on one tonight. It turns out to be a long match, which the fans get into despite Edge working over Mysterio after having vertical suplexed Mysterio right across the steel steps. The ref threatened to count out Edge but he simply threw Mysterio right back into the ring. Edge then works on the body of Mysterio going as far as to try and lock in the Edgecator but Mysterio quickly got away and Mysterio dropkicks Edge down to the mat. Mysterio having trouble with his back leapt onto the middle rope looking for a Crossbody before out of nowhere, Randy Orton slides into the ring and RKO’s Mysterio from the middle turnbuckle. The ref calls for the bell DQ’ing Edge as Edge and Orton do the double team on Mysterio in the ring. Benoit slides into the ring but as he does, he runs right into a Spear from Edge! The fans boo as Edge and Orton hold their hands high, standing over Benoit and Mysterio in the ring tonight.

Backstage after the match, Orton and Edge are celebrating before they run into Theodore Long. Long looks at Edge and Orton in disdain and then announces that since both men are eager for some competition, how about at Saturday Night’s Main Event, we have Edge go one on one against Chris Benoit, and Rey Mysterio one on one with Randy Orton. Edge and Orton look shocked and pissed at the same time, wanting next Saturday night off, but now, they both have matches!

After the break, Batista is standing in the back, staring at the camera with an intent. Batista says that these mind games aren’t working, they never have and they never will. Batista looks into the camera and says that since day one, he was never intimidated by the Deadman. He never felt that he had a reason to be either. Batista says that Undertaker has been scarring opponents for over 15 years now but he never scared “The Animal” Batista looks into the camera and mentions that the Great American Bash is in HIS hometown this year, and that Batista looks forward to embarrassing and defeating the Undertaker in the nation’s capital since he has the hometown advantage.

William Regal and Paul Burchill go one on one tonight with this being a fun match between the two former partners. Burchill tries getting into the mind of Regal by hopping around the ring and doing normal pirate stuff which aggrevates Regal terribly. Burchill catches Regal off guard with a Belly-to-Belly Suplex. Burchill ends up ducking a clothesline from Regal before grabbing Regal quickly and hitting an arm bar. Burchill prances around the ring, continuing to act like a pirate as Regal sits in the corner in disgust. Burchill quickly grabs Regal as Regal comes into the middle of the ring trying for the Power of the Punch but Burchill ends up connecting with the Walking the Plank, formerly known as the C-4. Burchill quickly covers getting the win. Burchill has no time to celebrate really as Finlay hits the ring and takes down Burchill with a shillelagh shot! Regal gets back to his feet and runs right into a shillelagh shot himself. Finlay holds the shillelagh high in pride and honor as we head to a commercial.

Backstage before the main event, Kurt Angle is standing by holding his World-Heavyweight Championship. Kristal asks Angle if he found a partner and in walks the new United States Champion, Bobby Lashley! Lashley shakes hands with Angle and both men look into the camera as Angle tells JBL that tonight, the Wrestling Machine proves just why he is the better American out of both of them and just why, he is the World-Heavyweight Champion.

It’s time for our main event, which turns out to be a huge one as the World-Heavyweight Champion and US Champion team together against JBL and Mark Henry. JBL and Henry try to go on the offense early but Lashley with amazing strength caught Henry by surprise connecting with a Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex only for a two count. The fans are in awe of the powerful move before JBL comes running into the ring. JBL runs right into a clothesline getting knocked down by the US Champion. Kurt Angle comes into the ring stomping away at JBL with the ref losing all control in the ring as Angle hits JBL with the Angle Slam and then locks in the Ankle Lock! Angle is fuming intent on causing JBL to tap out but the ref is distracted by Angle and JBL as Mr. Kennedy comes running down the ramp and grabs JBL’s MITB briefcase before hitting Lashley right across the head with the briefcase. Lashley stumbles back right into the arms of Mark Henry who connects with the World’s Strongest Slam. The ref runs over and gets the one…two…three for JBL and Henry. Henry slides to the outside as Angle ran at him before Henry pulls JBL to the outside of the ring. JBL and Henry raise their hands high in victory tonight as Henry points to Angle, as if saying he will beat him at Saturday Night’s Main Event.

Quick Results:

The FBI def. Funaki and Scotty 2 Hotty
Matt Hardy def. Simon Dean
#1 Contender’s Match: Super Crazy def. Psicosis
Rey Mysterio def. Edge via DQ
Paul Burchill def. William Regal
JBL and Mark Henry def. Kurt Angle and Bobby Lashley

WWE Saturday Night's Main Event
Saturday July 15, 2006
Chicago, Illinois

WWE Championship
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. John Cena

Great American Challenge
Kurt Angle vs. Mark Henry

#1 Contender's Battle Royal
Winner Gets Title Shot at SummerSlam
Participants: Booker T, Carlito, Charlie Haas, Chris Jericho, Christian, Chuck Palumbo, Gregory Helms, Jeff Hardy, Joey Mercury, Johnny Nitro, Kane, Matt Striker, Ric Flair, Rob Conway, Robbie McAllister, Rory McAllister, Shawn Michaels, Shelton Benjamin, Test, and Triple H

Women's Championship
Triple Threat Match
Mickie James (c) vs. Victoria vs. Trish Stratus

Rey Mysterio vs. Randy Orton

Edge vs. Chris Benoit


WWE Great American Bash
Sunday July 23, 2006
Washington, D.C.

World-Heavyweight Championship
Battle of the Great Americans
Kurt Angle (c) vs. JBL

Edge and Randy Orton vs. Rey Mysterio and Chris Benoit

Batista vs. The Undertaker

United States Championship
Steel Cage Match
Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Ken Kennedy

WWE Tag Team Championships
Brian Kendrick and Paul London (c’s) vs. The FBI

Cruiserweight Championship
Jamie Noble (c) w/ Kid Kash vs. Super Crazy w/ Psicosis
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Thought I would go ahead and give an update on the thread.

I thought about it the other day and considering I have done hardly any BTB work as of recent plus with the World Cup going on, I want to continue this thread during this time. Many other things factored into it too and I've decided that I am going to be recapping from the July 10th Raw onto SummerSlam. SummerSlam will be written in full.

First off, I didn't really think most people would enjoy the weeks leading to SummerSlam as more of my stuff is slated to start happening after SummerSlam. Secondly, with hardly any work having been done mentioned earlier, it's the logical thing to do.

So pretty much here is a breakdown of how I'm going to do this and how I'll post shows...

1) 7/10/06 Raw and 7/14/06 Smackdown will be posted together.
2) Saturday Night's Main Event will be posted by it's self.
3) 7/17/06 and 7/21/06 Raw and Smackdowns will be posted together.
4) Great American Bash will be posted (recapped except main event) by it's self.
5) 7/24-8/14 Raws will be posted all together
6) 7/28-8/18 Smackdowns will be posted all together
7) SummerSlam is posted in full.

That way, this gives me time to work on SummerSlam. So basically, there are going to be 6 seperate posts of recaps. I think this will work out better and sorry if I confused anybody. I'm going to be recapping the GAB too to see how much of a reaction that gets as I think people will enjoy that more and it will work out better instead of wearing myself down and hardly anybody reading the matches in full.
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Sounds good, believe me you're not the only booker that's having to revert to recaps because of the BTB World Cup at the moment.

I'm eagerly anticipating Summerslam as a huge PPV, and I expect the builds into Survivor Series will be excellent.

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