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Old 05-18-2007, 04:50 PM   #881 (permalink)
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Shame this wasn't in full or at least in more detail, as it sounds like a hell of a show. Still effective and well-written though, so here I go:

You open up with a smart choice in the Number One Contender's Battle Royal of Raw superstars. I might have said in some previous reviews that my picks to win this were either Christian (since you explained that there will be no match with HBK at SummerSlam) and Jericho. Triple H was also a possibilty though. However, you get rid of some of the lower card guys early, although I was a little surprised to see the likes of Carlito, Booker T, and Matt Striker going out so early. They have had quite a lot of good exposure on Raw of late and I expected them to play a bigger role. Anyway, you start to write it our properly now, with Kane eliminated in the usual "every gangs up on him" manner. Jeff Hardy and Shelton Benjamin further their feud by causing one another to be eliminated. There were a lot of consecutive eliminations; I was surprised to see Triple H go out quickly, and Flair makes it to the final four to carry on his feud with Jericho. All four of these guys, Christian, Jericho, Flair and Michaels, have all been feuded with each other in some capacity, so I guess it makes sense. There goes Flair, as I though (he was never winning). HBK gets Christian out, but Jericho wins it! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Y2J has been back in the WWE in your thread since January and now he is getting his well-deserved title shot, Main Eventing SummerSlam for the second year running. A choice I think, as he has been built well in an excellent - although very frustrating feud - with Cena, followed by another one with HBK. So Jericho has the credibility. I doubt Cena will win now though, as those two met last year in the ME.

That little bit with Vince McMahon and Triple H is another hint at something brewing on Raw that I really have no idea about.

Interviewing Edge is always a good thing to have on a show, and his match with Chris Benoit sounded understandably excellent. I honestly thought that Edge was going to win this one, with Orton winning later, but instead we get a No Contest with a spear through the ropes, really selling the brutality of the contest.

SNME usually has a least one great mic worker cutting a promo to pass some time and you went with the mighty Ken Kennedy. Understandably hyping his huge US title Cage match with Lashley at the Great American Bash, until Bobby Lashley comes out and the two end up brawling. Lashley seemingly gets the better of KK in the brawl and was the aggressor, so he now has the edge. He only won the title a few weeks ago though, so my money is very much on him retaining at the GAB.

Nice little backstage segment with Matt Hardy and MVP to further their new feud. I felt that Hardy was pulled out of the US title scene rather unfairly, but this scene is still pretty high profile, so it could work to get both himself and MVP back into the big scene.

Wow, we get a new Women's Champion and it's Victoria? Excellent stuff. Probably the most talented women's wrestler of all time. Sounded like a pretty decent match for a women's bout, with Victoria and Mickie well and truly ending their alliance now, and possibly beginning a new feud with Victoria turning face or tweener.

This feud between the former teammates Finlay, Regal and Burchill has been rather comical of late, and I was wondering how it would come to an end. I had thought that you might go with a Triple Threat at GAB, right I was. It should be an amazing match, and a particularly fitting way to end this thing and allow them to go their separate ways. Whoever wins this match at GAB will be moving on upwards the fastest I think.

Sounded like a very good match between Orton and Mysterio, but I really wasn't expecting Rey to pick up the win. With the earlier Benoit/Edge match ending in a No Contest, this Rey/Randy match was the decider for the evening, so it means that Benoit/Rey win the battle at SNME, but that makes me confident that Edge/Orton will win the war at GAB.

Nice little segment with Batista next. His heel run has been pretty effective for him, and this feud with The Undertaker has really highlighted this. I liked the idea with the smoke coming out of the car and Batista running away in a cab. It shows 'Taker is the master of the mind games and that even Batista, who has honestly shown no fear yet, is capable of fearing the Deadman.

A good Main Event from Smackdown, with Angle picking up the win to give him all of the momentum in the feud now. JBL has to win at the GAB now. I think he will anyway, as the MITB would be discredited if he didn't.

In what would have been an excellent WWE title match in the Raw Main Event, Rob Van Dam continues his title reign by beating Cena. It sounded like a competitive match, but RVD has the better of everyone lately. This looks to be the end of Cena's title pursuit for now then, but it is likely of course that he will carry on his feud with Triple H into SummerSlam, whilst RVD faces Jericho. Jericho gets the beatdown on RVD afterwards in a nice way, really hyping him up as the great man he is. Hopefully this feud with RVD will make Jericho look very strong, even though I think RVD will retain.

Overall, despite this being recapped, it was still a very nicely done show that keeps the road to GAB and SummerSlam ticking along well. As ever, your spelling, grammar and punctuation is fine. The Match of the Night was the Benoit/Edgea affair, and the Moment of the Night was Kennedy/Lashley meeting.


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Continuing with the tradition of the show by opening with a big match, the battle royal was a good way to start things off. Not surprised with the first twelve eliminations, except of Booker, though he could probably make it to the final twelve. From there, we are getting down to who wants the title shot the most. Some more big names are gone and we are down to Jericho, Michaels, and Christian. Even though losing, Christian seems to be getting a push in this thread which is good. Michaels though is eliminated with his own move, and Jericho wins the match. Jericho vs. Van Dam at Summerslam is going to be a classic!

Seems like Hunter heard something that he can benefit from McMahon as he has calmed down quickly. Edge's quick words were done in character and it seems like the feud between Edge and Benoit will continue as the match ends in a no contest after a sick bump by both men.

The buildup continues between Kennedy and Lashley for the Bash. I'm not so sure how you're going to make this match good between these two even inside a steel cage. But we'll have to see. As for the Hardys and MVP confrontation, I'm liking the rivalry between MVP and Matt. That will be one of the matches I will be looking forward to at the GAB.

Even though Mickie lost the title, she lost it to Victoria, which is ok. Now it looks like we will be seeing Mickie and Victoria in a brief feud as Victoria seems to now be a heel after her actions in the match, and it will be interesting to see how you will be using my two favorite divas in a feud (Victoria and Mickie).

Nice to see Regal, Burchill, and Finlay being used in a good way in this thread. The triple threat match between them at the Bash should be interesting to say the least. As for Orton vs. Mysterio, this match was well done, with a bunch of counters being used. Mysterio getting the upset over Orton was well booked as it furthers the storyline between the two teams. As for the Batista segment, it seems like I'm not the only one booking Batista vs. Taker at the moment, and this was a well written segment and the mind games seems to continue from Taker to Batista.

The backstory that you provided for the match for readers who might have not known what led to this match was a good touch. Angle and Henry put on a good match. JBL comes down to commentary, as we know he's going to get involve in the match. Angle catches him though. Henry tries to stop Angle, but Angle moves and Henry knocks JBL off the apron and to the floor. Angle catches Henry with the Angle Slam and gets the win. The buildup here with Angle and JBL for their match at the GAB was well done here.

Great main event with Van Dam and Cena for the title. However I knew that Van Dam was winning all along, as it seems like Van Dam is the golden boy of this thread. Jericho comes out and attacks both men following the match and gets the ball rolling for Jericho and Van Dam's feud and match at Summerslam. Even though I am a fan of Jericho, I have a feeling that Van Dam is retaining the title at Summerslam.

Overall this show was very good as the feuds progressed quite nicely, in addition to the announcements of a couple more matches. Now if the show was written in full, it would've been near perfect, but this will do. Looking forward to your next show and to the Great American Bash!
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Most of the lower card stars are dumped out of the battle first, and we are down to 8 of the bigger names. What an insult for HBK to get eliminated by a "Superkick" from Jericho, that'll piss Michaels off big time. Y2J is now gonna head to Summerslam, and face RVD, who WILL go over Cena tonight

Hmm, knowing Trips & Vince, this isn't good news for the title situation

Edge/Benoit goes to a No Contest. Don't get the finish, IMO that wouldn't end a match really, the ref should've just counted both men out instead, as it would've been more realistic. Anyways, there is no winner in half of the feud so far

Kennedy talks crap, Lashley shows up and goes through the usual face speech, before Kennedy scurries away as the two come to blows. I can see Kennedy losing the match, as he can move up the card slowly IMO

Meh, I want Matt Hardy to go over, but I feel MVP will have his number cheaply at GAB

Victoria winning the Women's title is interesting, she isn't given much of a go in some threads and it's good to see her getting a chance here, she'll do a good job IMO

Battle of the Brits announced for GAB, should be a good match, although it may be bogged down and slower because of Finlay & Regal's styles, hard to mix with the unconventional Burchill

Yuck, Mysterio beats Orton (tear). Meh, I guess two No Contests would've been a bit extreme, so the team of Benoit/Rey has the edge over RKO at this point in time

More mind games, artificially generated games at that, but it's working, as Batista shows he can be intimidated by The Phenom

Angle wins the Great American Challenge, getting over the mammoth Mark Henry, as I knew he would, but I don't know if he'll be able to beat the cheap JBL at the Bash. Will be a very good matchup, and I look forward to the promos these two can put on

RVD wins! I knew it, he had to. Y2J shows up post match and beats the hell outta his SS opponent, showing his hunger for the belt, but I think RVD's great run is going to continue, because he has been given his chance and I think he's doing well in this thread as champ

Good recap KOP, lack of in-ring promos sorta hurt, maybe one more could've happened, but everything went smoothly, and set up Summerslam nicely in some areas. 8.25/10
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Battle Royal: This was a good way to start the show, with a battle royal. I really liked that the final 4 came down to be, Chris Jericho, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, and Christian. And at the end it was a really great win for Chris Jericho.

Vince-Teddy Long-Triple H: Solid segment here with Vince talking with Teddy Long and Triple H.

Edge Interview: Good interview with Edge, as he talked about his upcoming match with Chris Benoit.

Edge vs. Benoit: Good match, too bad it ended with out any real winner, but still it was a good match.

Kennedy-Lashley: Nice confrontation between Kennedy and Bobby Lashley, that eventually broke out into a brawl.

Jeff Hardy-Matt Hardy-MVP: I liked how Matt was talking with his brother Jeff but was then confronted by MVP. Good stuff.

Mickie vs. Trish vs. Victoria: This was a good Women's title match and I was glad to see Victoria get the win.

Finlay-Burchill-Regal: Good segment with Finlay, Paul Burchill, and William Regal with Teddy Long making a Triple threat match between the 3 men at the Great American Bash.

Mysterio vs. Orton: Good match and a nice win for Rey Mysterio.

Batista outside: I really enjoyed this, as Batista was trying to get into his car, The Undertaker's mind games began. This was great.

Angle vs. Mark Henry: Good match and I was glad to see Kurt Angle get the win. JBL's involvement during the match was good too.

Cena Interview: Solid interview with John Cena before the main event.

RVD vs. Cena: This was a good main event and it was great that RVD won the match and retained his title. What happened after the match was good too, with Chris Jericho coming out and attacking both men and Jericho putting RVD in the walls of Jericho.

This was a good show, I give it 8 out of 10.
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Great booking to have the show kick off with the #1 Contender's match. An obvious choice comes when you have some of the lower level superstars eliminated in the beginnning then go into detail about the last seven. Kane is elimanted as usual with everyone teaming up on him. I like how you carry on feuds through this battle royal. First you have Benjamin and Hardy take each other out, then you have Flair in the finals with Jerich who have been feuding. Also the involvment of HBK and Chrisitan furthers the feud between them, and actually all for of these superstars. Jericho wins it is a very likeable choice. He has been in this thread for a little while, and I liked how you didn't push him to the top right away. I feel him become the champ very soon.

Mhmmmm..Triple H and McMahon seem to be plotting something. I wonder what this could be, but nothing comes to mind. I wonder where you will take this.

The interview with Edge hints a push for him, and I am wondering with the events earlier in the night maybe a Jericho-Edge feud. This Benoit-Edge match was very well-written. This match ends in a No Desicion, I like the usage of that here. The spear through the ropes sounds devastating.

Great way to hype up the steel cage match with Kennedy running from Lashley. This is your classic heel move, and Kennedy is perfect to use it. This match looks like it is going to be great, and I see Lashley retaining his belt.

More hyping for the bash, and I am really excited for this one. MVP taunts Hardy by showing off his mic skills.

Victoria wins a well deserved championship, and hopefully she will have a solid run. This seemed better than your average women's matches, and probably be a good one to see. Again I am glad Victoria won this bout.

Finlay, Regal and Burchill is going to be a technical match, and probably a great read. I love how Finlay just smiles at Burchill, and we know exactly what he feels about him.

This match between Orton and Mysterio was a great read! This was my favorite of the night. Rey picks up a surprising win, but I understand why you did it. This match furthers their feud, and with Mysterio winning I feel Orton and Edge to go up at the Bash.

The Undertaker plays mind games, as always, with Batista. Although these sort of things always occur with The Undertaker, I still really enjoy them. I love this heel Batista you have going on, and this feud has been an exciting one.

Angle winning didn't surprise me, and this gives him the momentum going to the bash. I predict Angle keeping that monentum and beating JBL at the bash.

Van Dam keeps his title, yes! This was a great match with some good back and forth action. Jericho runs in and makes a statement by locking in the Walls on Van Dam. A match between these two will be nothing but spectacular. Cena now seems to be out of title matches, and I am not complaining.

I am a fan of recappd style shows, and this one was one of the better ones I have read. You do a great job leading into the bash, and Summerslam. Great job!

BTW..I have my own BTB, WWE 2007: End of the Brand Extension, I would love to have your feelings on it.
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Monday Night Raw
Monday July 17, 2006
Topeka, Kansas

No Chance hits across the arena to start the night off as Mr. McMahon comes walking to the ring doing his normal and cocky Power walk. McMahon gets into the ring before demanding a mic from ringside as the crowd boos McMahon. He looks around the arena and says that tonight, is the beginning of the end of Shawn Michaels and his posse. McMahon brags about Triple H and Christian together uniting for one purpose, to take down Shawn Michaels! McMahon reminds everybody about way back at the beginning of the year when Michaels fought Triple H at WrestleMania and Michaels had Stone Cold help to win. Mr. McMahon says that Michaels got one up on him there but at Backlash, Triple H and Kane beat Michaels and Austin with the help to the McMahon’s. Mr. McMahon looks around the arena and then says that he’s had a lot of complaints from superstars because of Shawn Michaels, and only one person has been able to do something, Chris Jericho! Jericho beat Michaels at Vengeance and then threw him out of the Battle Royal. Mr. McMahon then says that he promised a huge announcement tonight and he will deliver. Vince announces at Summer Slam that, Steel Cage Showdown will debut. It will be a 15-foot high steel cage with a roof on it. That way nobody can escape and there will be weapons. Similar to a War Games match, there will be entrances every three minutes into the ring. Vince says that he has already found two teammates for his team. It’s going to be Triple H and Christian and the two others to be announced next week. Vince says he will also have a huge announcement next week to go along with the two teammates being announced. Vince then ends it with saying he hopes Michaels doesn’t find the wrong teammates before laughing and walking out of the arena.

The first match of the night after the break is Jeff Hardy going one on one with Test. Test is at ringside with Striker tonight, and Hardy gets dominated by Test early on but fights back and gets back into the match. We notice that the Intercontinental Champion, Shelton Benjamin makes his way down to the ring at this time and Hardy pays no attention to it. Hardy ducks a Big Boot attempt from Test before swinging at Test with some hard rights. Hardy quickly runs off the ropes and hits Test with a Swinging Heel Kick knocking Test down. Test gets back to his feet and runs at Hardy and Hardy ducks before Test moves and collides with the turnbuckles. Hardy grabs the ropes and swings on them before hitting a corner dropkick to Test. Hardy pulls Test out of the corner as Striker jumps onto the ropes and tries to hit Hardy with some rights but Hardy quickly knocks Striker off the ropes with a right. Hardy now grabs Test and hits him with a huge Twist of Fate before climbing to the ropes and hitting the Swanton Bomb! One…Two…Three!!! Hardy celebrates as he stares down Benjamin from up the ramp. Striker gets into the ring to help Test looking pissed at Test right now for losing but Striker helps him up anyways. Striker pulls Test out as both men make their way up the ramp and out of the arena as Benjamin claps, applauding Hardy’s performance tonight. Hardy has his back turned celebrating as Benjamin runs and jumps into the ring. Hardy turns around right to a hard kick to the back of the head from Benjamin! Benjamin holds his title in the face of Hardy as the fans boo Benjamin as apparently Benjamin has officially turned heel.

After the break, we cut backstage to see Todd Grisham standing by with John Cena. Cena is backstage with Grisham but right before the interview starts, the WWE Champion, Rob Van Dam walks in! RVD says that Cena gave him one hell of a fight Saturday night and that if he could, he would give Cena a rematch. Cena nods to RVD before saying that he might have fell up short but he promises that the title will be back around the waist of the Doctor of Thuganomics soon. RVD mentions to Cena tonight about that he isn’t doing anything and that he’d like to defend the title against Cena one more time. Cena asks the Chain Gang what they want to see and they all pop for the huge match. RVD holds the WWE title high in the face of Cena as Cena smiles before we head back into the arena.

Our second match of the night is a quick match in the new Women’s Champion, Victoria going one on one against Maria. It’s a quick squash match, as Victoria throws Maria around the ring, making very little work of her before finishing her off with a huge Widow’s Peak for the win. Victoria grabs the title to boos from the crowd and down runs Mickie James, who is playing a tweener right now. Mickie jumps into the ring and starts hitting Victoria with huge rights, knocking Victoria out of the ring. The fans are mixed on Mickie as of right now as Victoria clutches her title belt as the fans boo Victoria as she makes her way up the ramp.

Back from the break, we see a commercial advertising SummerSlam, before we head over to ringside to the commentating team who confirms that Cena and RVD has been made as the main event.

In the arena now, out walks Shawn Michaels! Michael’s steps into the arena for the first time tonight since hearing about the Steel Cage Showdown. Michaels looks around the arena as the crowd pops for the legendary superstar. Michaels says he is here to cut to the chase, as he wants to go ahead and announce one of his teammates tonight. Michaels of course confirms he will compete before mentioning that his first teammate, is a sixteen time World Champion, as the Nature Boy makes his way down to the ring! Michaels welcomes Flair into the ring as both share a quick hug with one another and Michaels hands the mic to Flair. Flair lets out a huge WOOOO! Before saying that despite Jericho not being involved in the Steel Cage Showdown at SummerSlam, every one of those members for McMahon’s team has a huge bulls eye on their chest and Flair promises he will beat the holy hell out of each one of them. Flair lets out another huge WOOOO! Before saying that at SummerSlam, the Naitch plans on helping lead Shawn Michaels to victory. HBK thanks Flair before saying that Triple H and Christian are just two stepping-stones in the way of Shawn Michaels! HBK and Flair leave the arena as we head to a break.

Back from the break, our third match takes place as Chuck Palumbo takes on Charlie Haas. It turns out to be an even match with Haas doing his best against the big man in Palumbo but Haas doesn’t back down. Haas gives it his all but gets taken down with a huge Big Boot from Palumbo! Palumbo takes it from there as he lifts Haas into the air and hits a huge 187! The fans boo as Palumbo throws Haas over to his side and covers for the win. Palumbo celebrates as he has been on a roll as of recent since coming back to Raw but the cameras catch Haas slap the mat in agony and defeat before heading to the back.

After the match backstage, Todd Grisham is interviewing Charlie Haas. Grisham asks Haas why he is frustrated after the loss to which Haas says that he hasn’t been able to win a singles match in such a long time and now, he’s thinking about going back to tag team wrestling. Haas says he doesn’t think singles action was meant for him. Haas walks off the screen with Grisham looking confused as to Haas’s answer.

Back from the break backstage, Booker T walks around before bumping into, Carlito! Booker and Carlito get into an argument about Saturday Night’s Main Event when Carlito eliminated Booker early on and it escalates into a fight backstage. Before it can become too serious, security breaks it up and pulls both men away from each other. Booker yells out, I’ll see ya next time sucka! As Carlito is being pulled away, he stares down Booker, as both men are brought out by security as we head into the arena for the next match.

The fourth match of the night is a match that has been escalating for a while in the Highlanders vs. Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch. The Highlanders got into a confrontation with the Highlanders last week but this goes back a month or so ago. Cade and Murdoch work over Robbie taking him down with a double clothesline combo as Rory tries to get into the ring but Cade knocks him off the ropes to the outside. Cade and Murdoch both set up for the Sweet and Sour late on in the match but Robbie ducks it, and hits Murdoch with some hard rights. Robbie runs at Cade trying to knock him down with a clothesline but he misses. Robbie turns around right back into a DDT! Cade and Murdoch once again set up Robbie this time for the Sweet and Sour and they connect as Cade slides to the outside preventing Rory from getting back in. Murdoch covers and gets the win, handing the Highlanders their first loss on Raw since coming to Raw nearly two months ago.

After the break, we see Mr. McMahon backstage at his desk in his office. Triple H and Christian walk in commending Mr. McMahon on the huge announcement of Steel Cage Showdown! Mr. McMahon assures both Hunter and Christian that there teammates are “well known” respectively by them and that, they do have a history with them. Hunter and Christian look a little confused but then smile knowing whom he is talking about. Mr. McMahon then says that right now, HBK and the Nature Boy is no match for whom McMahon has planned for his team. Christian and Hunter walk out of the office with smiles on their faces as McMahon gets back to work.

And finally, the main event is a rematch for the WWE Championship between Rob Van Dam and John Cena. But before the match starts, Break the Walls Down hits and out walks Chris Jericho, in a referee uniform? The fans boo as they realize Jericho has been assigned the referee for this match tonight! Jericho promises to call it right down the middle but we know he most likely won’t. RVD and Cena go at it in the ring, giving it their all with the winner set to take on Jericho, the winner of the Battle Royal, at SummerSlam. Jericho enjoys watching RVD do all of his key moves, wearing him down and Jericho does keep the match going with no cheating or any fast counts as of yet. It’s an interesting scenario for Jericho as he used to feud with Cena and now he might feud with Jericho, so he really wants nobody to win. Van Dam catches Cena with a right as Cena tried going for the FU but RVD slid off his shoulders. RVD runs off the ropes and hits the Rolling Thunder and now it’s looking more like Saturday Night’s Main Event when RVD retained. RVD climbs to the top rope as he leaps off the ropes with the Five Star Frog Splash. Van Dam has some trouble but crawls over and gets the cover. There is no count from Jericho as Jericho starts beating down on the back of Van Dam, kicking him around the ring and it is now a no contest. Jericho is taking advantage of Van Dam for the second time in three days, beating down Van Dam after two hard fought matches. Jericho stands Van Dam up before kicking him down low sending Van Dam back to the mat. Jericho grabs Van Dam’s title and holds it in Van Dam’s face on the mat before yelling “I’m the champ, the King of the World, baby!” as the show ends with Jericho on the mat with the title in Van Dam’s face.

Quick Results:

Jeff Hardy def. Test
Victoria def. Maria
Chuck Palumbo def. Charlie Haas
Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch def. The Highlanders
Rob Van Dam vs. John Cena (WWE Championship Match) was a No Contest


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WWE Presents the 19th Annual SummerSlam
Sunday August 20, 2006
Staples Center
Los Angeles, California


WWE Championship
Rob Van Dam (c) vs. Chris Jericho

Steel Cage Showdown
Team McMahon (Triple H, Christian, ???, and ???) vs.
Team Michaels (Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, ???, and ???)
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WWE.com News

The WWE has announced the releases today of Vito and Scotty 2 Hotty. The WWE wishes both of them the best in their future endeavors.

With the recent Saturday Night's Main Event having drawn well, talks are going around of doing one once again later in the year, most likely November or December. NBC is glad that WWE wants to continue to run the show but WWE only wants to do it about every three or four months or so.

Charlie Haas's storyline he started this week, is that he will be setting out to find a new tag partner. The storyline is going to be used to find Haas a unique tag partner, so most likely, it will be an odd pairing. Haas is expected to begin starting to look for a partner this Monday on Raw.

The Steel Cage Showdown match that was announced this week is very similar to a War Games Match expect that the cage is 15 feet high and the roof covers the cage too. The same entrance times will be used and to win, you have to make one of the opponent's team members submit or pin them.

Currently right now, WWE has a lot of superstars down in OVW that are looking to come up to the main roster in the next few months. Names being talked about include a repackaged Kenny of the Spirit Squad, Elijah Burke, a repackaged Jamal, and a top prospect in CM Punk. These are just a few of the names, so expect some new stars to be making their debuts, scattered out over the rest of the year or so.

The WWE is expected to be releasing a few more stars after SummerSlam wraps up, with the WWE already having released 15 in the past three months. The list of released superstars since then includes Rob Conway, The Big Show, Lita, The Boogeyman, Rosey, Juventud, Tatanka, The Basham Brothers, the Gymini, Goldust, Orlando Jordan, and the recently released three of Scotty 2 Hotty and Vito. So don't be surprised if more stars end up being cut in the upcoming months.

With the Great American Bash this weekend, WWE is expecting good buys considering the card that has been advertised for the show. The WWE has four huge "main event" caliber matches in Lashley vs. Kennedy in a Steel Cage, Batista vs. Undertaker, Edge and Orton vs. Benoit and Mysterio, and the main event with JBL vs. Angle for the World title. WWE is confident this show will deliver and quite possibly be, one of the better shows for the WWE this year.

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Um, I might post Smackdown tomorrow, just depends on if I feel like doing it. I thought I'd get some news out there for the thread. Right now, the thread is going through a rebuilding stage as I am starting to bring in more young superstars that are actually on WWE TV right now, so bear with me. This thread did start in January 2006 with the rosters so it's hard to try and make the transistion with bringing in different wrestlers and making it realistic. I'm sure you all understand, and mainly, it's the tag divisions hurting now but I'm confident they will be fine soon.
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KOP's Monday Night Raw Review

So, we get things underway tonight with good ol' Mr. McMahon finally revealing to us just what he, Triple H and Christian have been planning for the past few weeks. You certainly haven't disappointed either with this new announcement: a Steel Cage Showdown. To me it sounds slightly like a Lethal Lockdown match similar to TNA, though with eliminations rather than a single pin fall. So this has all been building because of the problem the heels have been having with Shawn Michaels and the only man capable of defeating HBK, Chris Jericho, now has himself a well-earned title shot. So joining HHH and Christian now I can possibly see the likes of MNM, the newly pushed Chuck Palumbo, Kane or Test. A very nice way to open the show, and I obviously cannot comment on character seeing as it was recapped.

Next up we continue the fued over the Intercontinental title with Matt Striker and Test still trying to get in on the action Jeff Hardy and Shelton Benjamin. Hardy picks up the win over the bigger Test, as I expected, given that Hardy is the one who is next in line to face Shelton. What I wasn't expecting was Shelton's heel turn afterwards, seeing as though he has been face for all of this thread thus far, and I had actually anticipated a feud with Striker in the future. With this turn now, I can definately see a potential title change soon, with Hardy beating Shelton and moving on to feud with Striker.

I am uite a fan of these little face/face rivalries over the big titles, and the mutual respect angle works well in their favour. It has helped the RVD/Cena feud over the past month, but now it is coming to an end. I honestly never thought that RVD would lose the title at SNME, so I very much doubt that he will lose it tonight. This match will likely end this business between RVD/Cena, allowing RVD to concentrate on Jericho and Cena to become part of Shawn Michaels' team at SummerSlam.

Nice little squash match for our new Women's Champion Victoria, who really surprised me at SNME, as all of the real focus was on Trish and Mickie. It looks as though now, with the reference to Mickie's tweener status, that she will be the one to feud with Victoria next.

Great announcement next, as we hear from the other side of the Steel Cage Showdown feud, namely Shawn Michaels. His first member is Ric Flair, which makes sense seeing as though Flair has been allies with HBK during their respective fueds with Jericho, so the mutual respect angle is already ensured. With two veterans in place in the face team, I can already see a heel victory at SummerSlam, as Christian and HHH would benefit much more from the win at this point in their careers.

Charlie Haas, unfortunately, continues his losing streak and looks to be well on his way to being a fully fledged jobber. But it is Chuck Palumbo who is getting an extremely interesting push currently, which has me intrigued as to what you will be doing with him in the future. The IC title? Or is there something bigger lined up for him, such as being a member of Mr. McMahon's team? Now that would be a hell of a push.

Ah, good, Charlie Haas has not been forgotten. An interview is for established stars, so I guess this means that he will be remaining as a fully fledged star in the tag team division. With Shelton currently out of the question, it has me intrigued as to who he will be partnering with. It is good that you will be reinvigorating the tag team division, as MNM, C&M, Highlanders aren't enough alone.

Next up is the continuation of the Booker T/Carlito feud, following on from their mutual eliminations at SNME. It is a nice little mid-card feud that is actually quite heated, especially with the involvment of security backstage, but it occasionally feels alittle empty without a title of sorts involved.

I am glad that Cade and Murdoch were victorious here, as I have never really been much of a fan of The Highlanders and there big run in the tag division where they faced MNM at Vengeance, was very dull. Cade and Murdoch are the more interesting team, but they are also heel, which poses a tricky question when looking for MNMs next opponents. As you search for fresh talent in the tag division, it looks as though MNM are in for a long reign.

Grrrrr, stop with this confusing linguo with Mr. McMahon, Triple H and Christian. You keep getting me hooked on this angle, first on what kind of match it would be, and now on who will be rounding off the teams. Judging by Christian and HHHs reactions, I am going to predict Kane as one, but as for the other, I am at a loss. Possibly it will be someone making a huge comeback.

On to the Main Event, and Jericho is the Special Referee1 Wonderful! I suppose Mr. McMahon had something to do with that. Anyway, if I was certain of a No Result before, this pretty much confirmed it. Damn, how strong do you make RVD look in this thread? Ever since his return in January he has been like Superman. Going over Cena constantly is such as breath of fresh air, although I have never been a fan of superman acts, and I do like Cena in the title picture becuase, hey, he's good, and so is RVD. But Jericho is better than them both combined, so it is amazing to finally see him getting in on the title act after all this time. Even though I know he will lose at SummerSlam, it has made my year (BTB wise) to see him in the position in my favourite thread. For the second match running, Jericho gets the beatdown on RVD, and continues to head into SummerSalm looking strong, which again leads be to heavily suspect another RVD victory. Oh well...

Overall, despite this being recapped, you still put out superb shows each week that are a pleasure to read. Your feuds are all ticking along nicely, although it is obvious that your tag teams division, on Smackdown too, are goinf through a big transitional stage, so that will be fun to see. Your spelling and grammar was fine as always, although you can be occasionally a little clumsy with punctuation, leaving your sentences a bit long nd overstretched. Match of the Night was the Main Event and Moment of the Night was Jericho's beatdown in the aftermatch. Jericho going after the title is the best thing you have done in this thread so far

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Well, yeah I'm back. After my partnership with Szumi fell through, I didn't know what thread to come back to. So I decided why not fall back on the thread that "made me" so to speak. So yeah, I'm back.

I'll go ahead and say for the next few months that I'm going to be busy. School just started, we've got Homecoming in late September, and I've got help with the prep for that. So most likely activity in the thread will be a little slow until early October. It's gonna be hard but I'm gonna try and run this still in the process. I think it can work out. Also, as far as "feedback" is concerned. I plan on trying to get my faithful "feedbackers" back and I plan on trying to do that with trying to return the reviews, feedback, etc.

Now onto the Great American Bash. It's gonna be recapped. Fairly detailed recap though. I think it's bigger than the one I did for One Night Stand too. But yeah, the road to SummerSlam will begin after that's posted. So um, enough talking, let me post the "revised" Great American Bash card.



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

Theme Song: Enemy by Godsmack

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

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

WrestleMania 22 Rematch
Batista vs. The Undertaker

Rated RKO vs. Matt Hardy and Rey Mysterio

Cruiserweight Championship
Jamie Noble (c) w/ Kid Kash vs. Super Crazy w/ Psicosis

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

Triple Threat Grudge Match
Finlay vs. William Regal vs. Paul Burchill


Bonus Questions:

1. What titles will change hands?

2. What match will open the show?

3. What faces will win their matches?

Please bold your choices.....

( Kurt Angle, Lashley, Undertaker, Mysterio and Hardy, London and Kendrick, Super Crazy, and Paul Burchill )

4. What heels will win their matches?

( JBL, Mr. Kennedy, Batista, Rated RKO, Jamie Noble, The FBI, Finlay, and William Regal )

5. Will JBL be succesful in cashing in Money in the Bank?

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Sorry if the questions seem bad. Like mentioned, I've never done them before. Anyways, first off you may all notice a big change to one of the matches. That is the Rated RKO/Hardy and Mysterio match. Some may remember that Benoit was supposed to be the partner but we all know why I removed him. We don't need to go into details. MVP was supposed to face Hardy but it was never officially announced. So the MVP/Hardy match was scrapped so Mysterio could have a "big name" partner. So yeah...anyways enjoy giving predictions and the questions.
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KOP, it's awesome to see you back! You know it, I'll be reading it, and here are my predictions for the show.

World-Heavyweight Championship
Battle of the Great Americans

Kurt Angle (c) vs. JBL
I think JBL will then cash in his MITB and win the title (After destroying Angle earlier).

United States Championship
Steel Cage Match

Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Mr. Kennedy
- I'm gonna with Kennedy here. Just a guess.

WrestleMania 22 Rematch
Batista vs. The Undertaker
- Batista for sure because 'Taker already won at 'Mania. It's Batista's time now.

Rated RKO vs. Matt Hardy and Rey Mysterio
- I think it'd be perfect for them to win, but let's see.

Cruiserweight Championship
Jamie Noble (c) w/ Kid Kash vs. Super Crazy w/ Psicosis
- Noble wins, thanks to Kid Kash.

WWE Tag Team Championships
Brian Kendrick and Paul London (c's) vs. The FBI
- Just a guess.

[V]Triple Threat Grudge Match[/V]
Finlay vs. William Regal vs. Paul Burchill
- I'm gonna go with Finlay here because he has most hype.

Bonus Questions:
1. What titles will change hands?
World Championship, and US Title.

2. What match will open the show?
Triple Threat Grudge Match?

3. What faces will win their matches?

Please bold your choices.....

( Kurt Angle (Win the 1st one, and then when JBL cashes in MITB, Angle loses) , Lashley, Undertaker, Mysterio and Hardy, London and Kendrick, Super Crazy, and Paul Burchill )

4. What heels will win their matches?

( JBL (2nd when he cashes in his MITB??), Mr. Kennedy, Batista, Rated RKO, Jamie Noble, The FBI, Finlay, and William Regal )

5. Will JBL be succesful in cashing in Money in the Bank?
Yes.
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