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I like the HYPE~!~ Lead up to these shows are in the last few pages. Should get back into the flow of reviewing regularly shortly.

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Raw Side:

Raw 5-14
~ The IC Title Match kicks off the night, and JBL gets himself DQ’d against Carlito, before he gets the title and gets the hell out of dodge.

~ Backstage, HBK attempts to get Angle to work together with him in the 4 way M.E.

~ JBL and Angelina Williams attempt to leave the arena, but as they leave the building, Carlito attacks JBL! Bradshaw manages to scurry away though, and makes it to his limo … leaving Angelina behind. Classy.

~ Trish Stratus continues her heel turn, cutting a promo, very reminiscent of her 2004 heel run, showing no regrets about her decisions as of late.

~ After winning a squash match, MVP once more trashes ‘hardcore rejects’, singling out Foley, Sabu and RVD once more.

~ Victoria takes on Beth Phoenix and if Vickie can win, she gets another title shot. Just when it looks like everyone’s favorite psycho will pick up the win, however, TRISH STRATUS interferes and distracts the referee. MICKIE JAMES capitalizes and plants Vickie with a Mickie DDT, allowing Beth to get the win. Mickie and Trish share an uneasy stare between one another.

~ Edge cuts a simplistic promo concerning the four way main event, stating that he’ll win this match and any other he has to in order get Randy Orton in the just one more time.

~ In a bit of a filler match, Ken Doane defeats Joey Mercury, picking up some momentum, and his first win as a face.

~ Backstage, The Spirit Squad confront The Redneck Wrecking Crew about stealing their spotlight last week, when they attacked AMW after the SS match. The RWC pick up a couple of their beer bottles and SMASH ‘em over the head of Nicky and Mickey, before they kick the crap out of Mitch and Johnny.

~ Another vignette plays, this one shows off the most athletic moves in Johnny Nitro’s arsenal, before flashing ‘The Guru of Greatness - in two weeks on Raw’.

~ In the ‘main event’ Edge, Kurt Angle, Shawn Michaels and RVD put on a spectacular performance, with Angle and HBK working together throughout … until Michaels attempts to super kick Angle, which ends with him getting put in the Ankle Lock. Throughout the contest, each man scores a near fall, but in the end, it’s The Wrestling Machine who picks up the victory, hitting the Angle Slam on RVD for the pin around the 20 minute mark.
After the match, Orton comes in and delivers an RKO to Angle … then one to Edge … then HBK … then RVD, laying them all out after a grueling match!

~ After the final commercial break, J.R. informs us of two match made for next week on Raw - The Redneck Wrecking Crew vs. The Spirit Squad … … and KURT ANGLE VS. SHAWN MICHAELS~!!~!!!

**Since I already wrote the final segment out in recap form, I might as well post it**

The crowd lets out a substantial amount of heat as AAE, Umaga, Paul Heyman and The Big Show walk onto the stage, before continuing on down to the ring. The quartet step into the ring, and Heyman grabs himself a microphone. The crowd boos as Paul E. informs them that Mick Foley … has NOT shown up to the arena here tonight. Heyman then states that whenever Mick is ready to show his face, the two rather large gentlemen standing behind him are ready to settle the score with him.

Heyman then hands the microphone to Estrada, and AAE brings them to the next order of business - Charlie Haas. Estrada says that he wants his amigo to come on down to this ring and make a decision - the right decision - NOW.

The group waits a while, but finally, ‘Pay The Price’ plays and Charlie Haas comes on down to the ring to a nice pop from the crowd. Haas steps in, and AAE tells him to make the right call. Over the past few months, Estrada says, Haas has seen the damage that The Big Show and Umaga can do - Mick Foley has felt it, Mark Henry has felt it, Kane has felt it, AMW have felt it. AAE says that over the past couple of weeks, Haas has seen the difference between being on the right and wrong side of the numbers advantage … so as of this moment, the call is up to him.

The crowd boos Estrada, as AAE slowly hands the mic over to Haas. Haas takes a second to gather his thoughts … before he agrees with everything that Estrada said. He knows what those two big monsters could do, and he knows that they could help him reach the top in no time. AAE and Heyman smirk … BUT Haas says that he wants to do it the right way, he wants to do it HIS way, he wants do it on his own, and HAAS TURNS DOWN ESTRADA’S OFFER!!! The crowd roars as Estrada and Heyman’s smiles turn upside down, clearly unhappy with his decision.

AAE simply brings the mic up and says ‘Crush him’. Heyman and Estrada quickly move out of the way as Umaga and The Big Show come after Haas!! They attempt to grab Haas, but the former amateur wrestler ducks under their grasp and attempts to light them up, drilling each one with a couple of hard right hands … to no use, as Mags and Show begin to club away on Haas, taking him to the ground!! Boos ring out around the arena, as Show reaches down and yanks Haas back up to his feet, before Umaga takes him right back down with a clothesline! A thunderous ‘Foley’ chant begins as Umaga and Show stay on the attack …







***BORN TO BE WILD***

The audience ERUPTS into cheers as … … … Mick Foley CACTUS JACK steps out onto the stage!! Dawned in the classic ‘Wanted’ shirt, Jack stares down at the ring as Big Show, Estrada and Heyman all look ready to crap their pants. Umaga doesn’t look scared, however, either not aware of what this means … or maybe he simply doesn’t care. Foaming at the mouth, Cactus sprints down to the ring and slides in, while the arena continues to roar.

AAE and Heyman bail, as Jack avoids a Show clothesline, before he lights the big man up with hard rights of his own, backing him up against the ropes! Umaga grabs him, but Cactus quickly turns around and begins to wail away on him as well, backing him up! Show regains himself and charges ahead with a clothesline, but Jack ducks, and Show takes Mags over the top rope! Show turns around, and Cactus kicks him in the gut, before he plants the monster with a DOUBLE-ARM DDT~!!

Show rolls out of the ring, clutching his face, as most of the fans in the arena jump around in joy. Estrada and Heyman attend to their monsters, as Haas gets back up to his feet, and pats Jack on the back, causing Cactus to turn around fiercely, ready to fight. Haas holds his hands up, letting Jack know it’s all good, for the lack of a better term, before Cactus turns back around, facing the group who has been responsible for several of his ass-kickings. Ross gives us a strong sell, for one of his favorite wrestlers, as Raw goes off the air with Show walking up the entrance ramp, Heyman in tow, and Estrada pulling Umaga away, while Jack angrily glares from the ring.


Raw 5-21
~ The night kicks off with the Women’s Champion Mickie James taking on Gail Kim. Kim puts on quite an impressive performance, and looks ready to beat Mickie in this non-title match, but once again Trish Stratus makes her presence known, distracting Kim. Mickie then rolls Gail up for the three count, as Ross and Lawler wonder what the hell Stratus’ aim is.

~ Backstage, MVP talks to Reigns and his Playgirls, stating that tonight he gets to make an impact during the big moments, where he belongs.

~ Umaga wins a squash; Ross and Lawler hype up Cactus Jack’s addressing of the crowd here tonight.

~ In an interview, JBL cuts a promo stating that he’ll be calling Carlito out tonight, and will show Caribbean Cool exactly why you don’t play with fire.

~ Another vignette plays, hyping the ‘debut’ of the ‘Monday Night Delight’ - next week here on Monday Night Raw.

~ In the third match, The Big Show takes on Rob Van Dam, with RVD looking to pick up a huge win that would possibly help him be named the number one contender. And after a while, that’s exactly what he does, hitting a Five Star Frog Splash on Show for the win after ten or so minutes. After the match, UMAGA makes his way back down to the ring, and the two on one beat down occurs until … the lights go out!! The crowd roars, as SABU RETURNS!!!!(after … ???), with chair in hand! Umaga and Big Show bail from the ring, at the behest of AAE and Paul Heyman, as Sabu helps Van Dam up to his feet.

~ A long video package plays, hyping the tremendous matches between Kurt Angle and Shawn Michaels, before we get just that, another match between the two icons. The Wrestling Machine and The Showstopper don’t go as long as their most publicized encounters, only about 15 minutes … before RANDY ORTON sprints down to the ring with the WWE Title!! Orton lays out both Angle and Michaels, causing the no contest, before he raises the title up.

~ Backstage, Armando Estrada and Paul Heyman talk to Umaga and Big Show about how to handle Cactus Jack here tonight. AAE then informs the group that they’ll have a bit of help out there when … MVP and Luther Reigns walk through the door. Estrada smirks.

~ Cactus Jack comes on down to the ring to an awe-inspiring ovation. Jack cuts a dynamic promo, running through his feud with Umaga and The Big Show, before he says that the whole thing will be coming to an end very shortly. It won’t be pretty, however, Jack says. It’s gonna be bloody, it’s gonna be gruesome, and more importantly, it’s gonna see the end to at least one, if not all three, of their careers.
Cactus is soon interrupted by a mammoth group consisting of AAE, Heyman, Big Show, Umaga, MVP, Reigns and Porter’s Playgirls. Heyman does the talking for the group. He speaks about Mick’s fabulous career in the WWE, ECW and oversees (WCW = subpar tbh). He calls Jack one of the most exciting and violent wrestlers of his time, but asks him to just use his eyes and look at the two monsters that stand before him, in Umaga and Show. Eventually, all the talking ends as this mammoth group comes down to the ring, and the brawl is on. Cactus actually manages to hold his own for quite some time, but it’s just too much, and the beat down commences. Luckily for Jack, the members assaulting have drawn the ire of quite a few people recently, and CHARLIE HAAS, SABU, AND RVD sprint down to the ring!! The three stars manage to fend the heels off, and once Jack gets back up, they clear the ring!!

~ After a break, we get the final match of the night, which sees The Redneck Wrecking Crew take on Mitch and Mikey of the Spirit Squad. The RWC pick up the easy win, hitting the Sweet ‘n’ Sour on Mikey for the three count. After the match, America’s Most Wanted step out onto the stage, and say that if the RWC wanted their attention, they’ve gotten it, and they’ll have ALL of it at Vengeance when the two teams face off for the World Tag Team Championship. Cade & Murdoch smile, finally getting a title opportunity, while AMW look on intently.

~ Backstage, the WWE Champion Randy Orton arrogantly saunters down a hallway … until Jonathan Coachman catches up to him. Coach regrets to inform Orton that he’ll defend the WWE Championship at Vengeance in a Five Way Sudden Death Match, pitting Orton against RVD, HBK, Angle and Edge!! Orton bitches and moans, but Coachman quickly walks away. Randy shakes his head in disgust before turning around … into a right hand from Edge!!! The Rated R Superstar mounts Orton and begins to pummel him, but the tussle is soon broken up.

~ J.R. and Lawler tell us that on next week’s show that…
The Guru of Greatness, The Shaman of Sexy, The Monday Night Delight “debuts”.
Mickie James will team with Beth Phoenix to take on Gail Kim and Victoria.
All five men involved in the Vengeance title match will be in action - Edge will take on Chris Masters; Kurt Angle will take on Joey Mercury; in the semi-main event, the WWE Champion Randy Orton will wrestle Shawn Michaels; and in the only match that could over shadow a match that huge, Rob Van Dam will team up with Sabu, Charlie Haas and CACTUS JACK to take on Umaga, The Big Show, MVP & Luther Reigns.

~ The Intercontinental Champion JBL and Angelina Williams, his manager, make their way down to the ring, Bradshaw with mic in hand, and Angelina struggling to carry something really long and lanky over her shoulder in a bag of sorts. Layfield enters the ring, and cuts one of his forceful promos, before he calls out Carlito. CCC more than obliges and sprints down to the ring. The two stars brawl for a bit, but JBL gains the upper hand with cheap tactics, a shot to the eye, followed up with a low blow, and then a shot to the head with the microphone!! With Carlito down, JBL takes the bag off of Angelina’s shoulders and pulls out a … BULL ROPE!! JBL lifts Carlito up, wraps it around his throat, and then tosses him over the top rope, HANGING CARLITO!! The crowd boos furiously as Layfield’s assault continues for what seems like an eternity, before he finally lets Carlito crumble down to the floor below, blood coming out of his mouth!! EMTs rush down to the ring to check on the young fallen superstar, as JBL angrily glares down at Carlito, before picking up the microphone…

“You wanted the spotlight, you wanted the main event attention, you wanted to be involved with the top dogs in this business? Now you’ve got it!!”

**I actually had this angle planned for the build up to their WrestleMania match, but thought it was a little too soon after the Benoit tragedy. But now I’m doing it after NatureBoy did something similar with JBL in his thread, and the WWE did it with JBL and Chris Jericho. Fuck it, it’s relatively important to future plans, and I didn’t wanna retool it. :P**


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SmackDown! Side:

Judgment Day Build

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena

May 4th: Following their efforts at Backlash, with Cena taking out The Rock & Batista narrowly losing to Kennedy again, both The Boss and The Animal let it be known that they both want an opportunity at the World Heavyweight Championship. The two end up in a verbal scuffle with the champion, Mr. Kennedy. SD GM, Stephanie McMahon, decides to make a tag team main event, pitting Cena & Kennedy together against Batista & manager, Ric Flair. In said match, Batista pins KK CLEAN, after Cena abandoned his partner.

May 11th: The following week sees another tag team main event, but this time, it’s of the six man variety, with Batista, Cena and Flair teaming up to take on Kennedy and The Hardys, Matt & Jeff. The six men put on a thrilling contest, but in the end, the team with the 20 World Championships over match the team with two, allowing John Cena to hit the FU on Kennedy, before he pins him; KK gets pinned CLEAN for the second week in a row by a dominant heel. After the match, however, Cena takes Batista up onto his shoulders and plants him with an FU as well!

May 18th: Stephanie McMahon announces the triple threat between the three cornerstones of SmackDown at Judgment Day at the top of the program, and throughout the night, we get an interview with each man. All three seem relatively confident … though Kennedy seems to have been brought down to earth following his two clean losses, not nearly as animated as he has been since winning the Royal Rumble in January.

May 25th: On the go home edition of SmackDown, the three superstars once more end up in a verbal tryst, this time at the end of the program. Incredibly frustrated with the recent happenings, Kennedy lets out a tremendous, scathing verbal tirade on both of his challengers, which borderlines on a shoot, which ranges from Cena’s inability to stay over as a face to Batista’s friendship with Triple H, which causes the fans to erupt for the World Champion. Batista and Cena don’t enjoy it too much, however, and it costs KK in the end, as the two team up two days before the PPV to beat the champion down with a Demon Bomb from Batista, before Cena follows up with the STFU, with Kennedy being choked out as our final visual before the PPV.

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Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy

May 11th: After Ric Flair barges into Stephanie McMahon’s office, demanding a title shot for Batista, Steph lets Naitch know that he’ll be putting his Money in the Bank contract on the line at Judgment Day. Against whom? The winner of next week’s match between Matt and Jeff Hardy! The Nature Boy throws one of his trademark tirade’s, causing Steph to have him escorted from her office.

May 18th: Matt and Jeff go out of their way to give everyone watching a performance to remember, going upwards of 20 minutes. But in the end, it’s the elder Hardy who picks up the victory, managing to avoid Jeff’s Swanton Bomb, and quickly capitalizes with a Twist of Fate for a three count.

May 25th: With two days remaining before he puts his briefcase on the line, Naitch gets proactive. Halfway through the broadcast, The Nature Boy walks down to the ring, and calls out Matt, who he’s soon joined by. Slick Ric lays into Hardy with some rather stiff comments, explaining to his fellow North Carolinian exactly why Matt has remained unimportant in the singles scene for the near decade he’s been in World Wrestling Entertainment. Matt fires back, though, telling the sixteen time world champion that he’s ready to break out, and he’ll prove it by beating the greatest wrestler of all-time this Sunday night. Flair smirks, and extends his hand to Matt, who soon accepts … but Naitch takes a swing! Hardy is ready for it, and ducks, before he plants Flair with a Twist of Fate, receiving a phenomenal ovation.

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Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio
Chavo Guerrero as the special referee

May 4th: Chavo Guerrero explains his actions at Backlash (costing Rey Mysterio the Cruiserweight Championship), by stating that he was convinced by The Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels that Mysterio wouldn’t be able to beat him for a second time. Rey doesn’t forgive his friend, and leaves without shaking his hand. At the same time, we find out that Mysterio does indeed have a rematch clause for the Cruiserweight Title.

May 11th: Early in the night, Chavo enters Mysterio’s locker room and attempts to talk to him, but Rey will have none of it, immediately leaving. Later on, Mysterio has a match with the returning Simon Dean. No shocker, Rey picks up the win. After the match though, Dean’s returning Gymini attack Mysterio. Chavo Guerrero makes the huge save, cleaning house with a steel chair, and helps Rey up to his feet. Chavito once more extends his hand to his friend. This time, Rey gives it some thought, looking around to the crowd, who gives a mixed reaction. Before he can do anything though, The Fallen Angel leaps over the fan barricade, slides in, and drills Rey with a knee to the back, and knocks him into Chavo, sending him from the ring. Daniels then pops Mysterio in the mouth with the CW Title belt, knocking him out cold!

May 18th: Chavo Guerrero comes down to the ring, and once more apologizes for his actions. Mysterio comes down, and after an emotional speech, he ACCEPTS Chavo’s apology. The crowd cheers for the heartwarming moment … until Christopher Daniels steps out onto the stage. Daniels says he knows that Rey has activated his rematch clause for JD, but he wants to make it all the more interesting. If he trusts Chavo all that much, Daniels says, then he won’t mind Chavito being the special referee for their match. Rey thinks about it for a quick second, and then agrees, which is soon followed by Chavo agreeing as well … though he sounds a bit nervous as he stares at Daniels. The Fallen Angel turns to walk away, but then turns back around and says “Oh, and Rey, just to clear everything up. You know a couple of weeks ago when Chavo said that I came to him and made a compelling argument to cost you that match? HE actually came to ME with the proposal to screw you over. True story. (Smirks) I hope that doesn’t affect your friendship too much.” Daniels walks off with a smirk, and Chavo holds his head down, as Rey glares a hole through his friend, fuming with anger.

May 25th: Early in the night, Daniels wins a relatively competitive match up, picking up momentum before his title defense on Sunday. Backstage, many of the wrestlers in the back give Chavo dirty looks, clearly disgusted with his actions as of late. Chavito doesn’t take kindly to being looked at like the scum of the earth and lets out a speech, saying he had to save his job, and put food on the plate for his wife and kids. He then states that Rey Mysterio, in his washed up state, would’ve never beaten Daniels again. He turns around … right into REY MYSTERIO. Mysterio states that Chavo out of all people should know not to count out Rey Mysterio, but this Sunday, he’ll definitely know, as he’ll have a world-class view when he beats Daniels, and regains the Cruiserweight Championship.

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WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed w/Booker T & Sharmell

May 4th: King Booker drops the ‘King’ gimmick, accent, wardrobe, and reverts back to Booker T! The Booker Man then rechristens his Court (Elijah Burke/Monty Brown) as The New Breed. The New Breed then find themselves in action against the men they screwed out of the titles at Backlash, The Carolina Connection (Shelton Benjamin/Gregory Helms), with the winners gaining a title shot against The Hooligans in two weeks. With a little help from Booker, NB pick up the victory.

May 11th: The Carolina Connection kick off the night by getting back to their winning ways, defeating The Mexicools in the opener. Later on, Booker and his crew enter the ring and not only do we get a promo from Booker, we get out first taste of Monty Brown on the microphone, showing off his tremendous charisma. The NB call out The Hooligans, and after a brief exchange of words, a brawl breaks out, which ends with a a POOOOUNCE~!!! and an Elijah Express, laying out the tag team champions.

May 18th: Although, it’s the Matt/Jeff match up which is hyped the most throughout the night, it’s the WWE Tag Team Title Match which gets the main event! The two tandems put a on a gripping match up with several near falls, going fifteen or so minutes. In the end, it’s The Hooligans who retain the tag team titles, with Kendrick hitting the Sliced Bread #2 on Burke to pick up the pin fall victory! Instead of taking the loss like men, Book and The NB attack the champions afterward! The Carolina Connection make the save, however, cleaning house of Brown, Burke and Booker, before Stephanie McMahon walks out onto the stage and informs all three teams that they will wrestle in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship at the PPV.

May 25th: In a bit of a grudge match, The Carolina Connection take on The New Breed on the go home edition of SD. Decent enough match up, but it ends in DQ, when both Booker and Sharmell become involved. The NB and Booker once again look to use their numbers advantage, this time to take out the CC, but The Hooligans make the save, returning the favor from last week.

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United States Championship Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal

May 11th: With the aid of Teddy Long and Mark Henry, William Regal manages to defeat Finlay to become the number one contender to the United States Championship, and gets to take on Bobby Lashley at Judgment Day.

May 18th: Before the tag match scheduled for later on, Regal cuts a promo, reminding us all that Bobby Lashley has NEVER pinned or made Regal submit with the United States Championship on the line, while Regal not only has taken the U.S. Title from him, but has retained it against The Real Deal on several occasions. Later on, Lashley teams up with Finlay to take on Regal and Henry. The Englishman gains even more confidence once the night is over, managing to pin Lashley with a school boy and a simple hook of the tights. Styles, Cole and Tazz wonder if Regal indeed has Lashley’s number.

May 25th: Regal comes down to the ring and shows a montage of all the times, that he has beaten Lashley in recent memory. The smug Englishman then states that at WrestleMania 23, had it been a one on one match, he would’ve retained the U.S. Title. Instead, Lashley pinned SOMEONE ELSE to win his belt. Having heard enough, The Real Deal comes down to the ring and gets face to face with Regal. Sir William doesn’t show much fear, holding the mic up to Lashley’s face, waiting for the youngster to speak. After about a dozen seconds, the soft spoken Lashley finally speaks, saying “At Judgment Day, I will beat you!” The crowd roars, but Regal doesn’t seem impressed, arrogantly shaking his head, before he leaves the ring with a smirk.

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One on One:
‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry w/Teddy Long vs. Finlay

May 4th: Finlay gets into a backstage confrontation with Mark Henry and Teddy Long. Long accuses Finlay of benefiting from the racist practices of Stephanie McMahon. Finlay blows both of them off ().

May 11th: With the aid of Teddy Long and Mark Henry, William Regal manages to defeat Finlay to become the number one contender to the United States Championship, and gets to take on Bobby Lashley at Judgment Day.

May 18th: Lashley teams up with Finlay to take on Regal and Henry. The Englishman gains even more confidence once the night is over, managing to pin Lashley with a school boy and a simple hook of the tights. Styles, Cole and Tazz wonder if Regal indeed has his number. After the match, Finlay and Henry still aren’t done! The Fighting Irish Bastard grabs his shillelagh and drills Henry in the leg, taking him down with it! Finlay then mounts him and begins to rain down rights and lefts on his face! Henry soon reverses it, and gets on top of the vet, and begins hammering on him! The two brawl for a good minute and a half non-stop before it’s finally broken up.

May 25th: After a squash win for The World’s Strongest Man, Finlay begins to walk down to the ring, but referees and security immediately cut him off, to stop a repeat of last week’s massive brawl, saving the action for JD.

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Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble

May 4th: In an interview, Jamie Noble talks about his recent tainted victories over Chris Sabin. Sabin interrupts the promo and informs the West Virginian that the two of them will meet one on one at Judgment Day.

May 11th: Chris Sabin conducts an interview, and much like last week, Noble interrupts. Unlike last week, however, Noble doesn’t use words, and instead, attacks Sabin from behind, stomping away on the young superstar, before he tosses him into the backstage set with authority.

May 18th: Jamie Noble wins a squash match. After the match, Sabin sprints down to the ring, looking for revenge for last week’s attack. The two cruiserweights slug it out with one another, and Sabin eventually gains the advantage, before he lifts Noble up onto his shoulders and plants him with a Cradle Shock!

May 25th: Kid Kash teams up with Jamie Noble to take on CM Punk and Chris Sabin. The four talented superstars put a on a solid contest, but Punk continues to roll since his debut, pinning Noble with a sunset flip.

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Singles Match:
Kid Kash vs. CM Punk

May 4th: CM Punk defeats Chad McPherson (jobber). After the match, Kid Kash steps out onto the stage, and arrogantly applauds Punk.

May 11th: Kid Kash picks up a win over a jobber (quite frankly), his first win on WWE television in a long time, using Punk’s (*KENTA’s) Go To Sleep to get the pin fall. Soon after, Punk and Kash run into each other backstage. Kash arrogantly talks about his victory as if he just won the world title, and Punk nonchalantly congratulates him, gaining the ire of the former ECW superstar. Kash angrily challenges Punk to a one on one match next week, and the Straight Edge Superstar accepts without hesitation.

May 18th: The Notorious K.I.D. takes on Punk one on one to kick off the night in a match quite a few have been wanting to see. Kash and Punk don’t disappoint with the ten minutes they’re given. The finish does disappoint though, as Kash manages to avoid the Go To Sleep, lands behind Punk and gives him a low blow, causing the DQ. Later on, Steph announces a rematch for Judgment Day.

May 25th: Kid Kash teams up with Jamie Noble to take on CM Punk and Chris Sabin. The four talented superstars put a on a solid contest, but Punk continues to roll since his debut, pinning Noble with a sunset flip.

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THE GAME RETURNS:
After months in exile, Triple H returns to SmackDown!

May 25th: {After leaving SmackDown the Friday after WrestleMania due to not getting a World Title Match, Triple H called his ex-wife Stephanie McMahon at Backlash, hoping that the losses of The Undertaker and The Rock would open Steph more to the idea of giving him a title shot. Unfortunately for Hunter, it didn’t.}
But on the SD before the PPV, The Game tried Stephanie again, but this time, his tone sounded much different. Trips told the SD GM that both sides need to get back to making money instead of costing each other money and, if Stephanie will have him, he’d be more than willing to make his return at Judgment Day. Shocked by what she was hearing, Steph agreed, and said she’d set aside some time on the pay per view to allow Hunter to come out to address the crowd. H politely thanked Steph, before he hung up, leaving Stephanie quite a bit miffed, though pleasantly surprised.

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Judgment Day Card
World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista w/Ric Flair

THE GAME RETURNS:
After months in exile, Triple H returns to SmackDown!

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Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio
{Chavo Guerrero as the special referee}

WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed w/Booker T

United States Championship Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal

One on One:
‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry w/Teddy Long vs. Finlay

Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble

Singles Match:
Kid Kash vs. CM Punk


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Judgment Day recap shortly; leave predictions if you want.
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~ The five-way match at Vengeance for the WWE Championship is the best choice. Angle looks to have all the momentum but I can see Orton retaining for a little longer, leading into a one-on-one match with Edge down the line.

~ JBL and Carlito have a great feud going and it is a shame to see CCC leaving for a little while but the hanging made this feud epic, imo.

~ Cactus Jack coming out was a shock and I can’t wait to see the eight-man tag team match on the next Raw, probably won’t end pretty.

~ Finally we will see AMW vs. RWC and I hope this feud gets at least one gimmick match in the future.

~ Everything else looked solid and I can’t wait to see where the Women’s Championship situation goes.

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WWE Judgment Day

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista w/Ric Flair
Kennedy hasn’t held the belt more than two months so him retaining is a no-brainer. He has been owned in the weeks leading into the event but the shoot interview sounded awesome. This should be a great match with a ton of hot interaction between Cena and Kennedy, which should be SD’s next World Title feud.

THE GAME RETURNS:
After months in exile, Triple H returns to SmackDown!
I have a bad feeling about this ‘return.’ I can see Triple H standing Steph up, not showing at the PPV but maybe on the titantron, stating that he wants a title shot when he gets back. Very intriguing situation.

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Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy
Flair won MITB at WM23 and I think you would have just given the briefcase to Matt Hardy at WM if you wanted him to hold it. Flair will cheat to win this one for sure but it should be a good contest.

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio
{Chavo Guerrero as the special referee}
Chavo makes his full heel turn as the referee, allowing Daniels to retain and making his feud with Rey really get rolling. I wonder who will challenge The Fallen Angel next.

WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed w/Booker T
I want to see another match between CC and the Hooligans so I think one of them will win this match. Hooligans need the belts a little longer before they lose to Helms and Benjamin.

United States Championship Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal
Lashley beats Regal for the first time one-on-one, just no other smart option, imo.

One on One:
‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry w/Teddy Long vs. Finlay
Mark Henry is become a big-time heel but I think that Kane will make his return, screwing Henry and giving the win the tough Irishman.

Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble
I wanna see Sabin get another shot at the CW title so winning this match will help him get that.

Singles Match:
Kid Kash vs. CM Punk

Punk is the next big superstar on Smackdown so a win over a solid wrestler like Kash will get his career off to a good start.

Great lineup, imo.
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Judgment Day Card
World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:

Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista w/Ric Flair

THE GAME RETURNS:
After months in exile, Triple H returns to SmackDown!

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Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio
{Chavo Guerrero as the special referee}

WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed w/Booker T

United States Championship Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal

One on One:
‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry w/Teddy Long vs. Finlay

Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble

Singles Match:
Kid Kash vs. CM Punk



Very well Mac, we shall comply

Kennedy retains the World Heavyweight Championship
As I mentioned in my previous post, although personally I'd like to see John Cena have a run with the championship (because I think you could book a very entertaining title reign) I think Kennedy will retain. There needs to be a big gimmick match to blow off the feud between Batista and Ken Kennedy, and I think that'll happen at the next PPV. And as I predicted earlier, I still think we'll see Kennedy retain against Batista, Flair cashes in immediately to become new champ, and then Batista turns on Flair.

"The Naitch" keeps his MITB contract
This speaks for itself really, after the prediction I just made above.

I'm not completely sure about the rest of the card, but I think you'll continue to push Mark Henry with a win over Finlay. Although I'd mark for a Regal United States Championship run, I don't think Lashley's title reign will end so soon. Chavo will most likely yet again screw Rey Mysterio out of the Cruiserweight Championship.

I'm not sure what to make of Triple H's return other than the fact that it will help Smackdown!'s lack of star power (when compared with RAW). I wouldn't be surprised to see either Rock or Undertaker return as well, costing Cena the chance to be world champion.

Nevertheless, whatever happens the show promises to be a good one. I'll be looking out for the recaps. When are you recapping until?
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Loving the WWE title situation at the moment. I think I predicted the multi-man match a while back The thing that strikes be though is the heel/face situation. I'm a little confused by HBK and Angle's allegiances. They both started as heels, then by facing Michaels Angle looked like a face, and now HBK is facing Orton, so he looks face They're both cheered regardless anyway, plus tweeners own, so I don't really care. Looks a little bit like Van Dam is being billed as the jobber of the bunch, so I wouldn't be surprised to see him get pinned by Orton at Vengeance. Although I guess RVD DID beat someone like Big Show. It just seems like Angle is the monster of the bunch. Still, Orton laying everyone out constantly is awesome. The man NEEDS to keep that title.

The IC title has really heated up. I was into the Carlito/JBL feud already, but that was mainly due to their charisma carrying the rivalry in a kind of comedy/not too serious way. But these recaps really made it personal, especially with JBL first escaping in his limo and then hanging Carlito on Raw with a Bullrope. That was wild and brutal. The obvious feud ender is going to be a Texas Bullrope match at Vengeance before Carlito goes onto other things {Main Event plz}. Still, whatever happens, the IC title has A LOT of credibility in this thread now.

Very wierd situation with the Women's title with Trish Stratus going heel. I can't remember the last time someone actually turned Trish heel, so you've done something originally there. Could we see a Trish/Mickie/Beth stable?? I would mark for that, but it looks like Trish just wants to get her title again.

The situation with Mick Foley is another very entertaining one. I'm glad he made his comeback as Cactus Jack, as it virtually guarantees that his match with either Umaga or Big Show or both is going to be absolutely brutal. I'm quite surprised that Charlie Haas turned AAE down and remained face, but I still think he might turn heel down the line. MVP, RVD and Sabu all getting involved is a bit random, especially Van Dam, as he should probably be concentrating on the WWE Championship. Really good debut type feud for Porter though against 'Hardcore guys' like Sabu, as it could give him a lot of hype. The Eight-Man Tag Team Match next week should be absolutely insane no doubt.

Loving the push for Cade and Murdoch. With MNM dead and buried, Raw's tag division really needs a dominant heel team to go up against AMW. The beer bottle attack on the Spirit Squad was classic. The SS are just MADE for that kind of treatment Also, Ken Doane looks to be still plugging away, waiting for his feud with {John Morrisson???} to really kick in after his debut.


Judgment Day Card

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista w/Ric Flair
This match looks to have been set up much like most of Kennedy's reign, with him looking overwhelmed by monsters all the time {Big Dave, Cena, Taker}, before always managing to pull it out of the bag. No real surprise to see him go down clean to Cena in a tag match and then get layed out by both men on the last SD! KK's definately winning though, overcoming the odds, that's not in question; what is in doubt is who will get pinned?? I can't see Rocky or Taker returning yet, so it might not be Cena, but I can't see 'Tista losing again. I think KK/Batista will settle their feud in a gimmick match at the GAB, so I think Kennedy will pin Cena.

THE GAME RETURNS:
After months in exile, Triple H returns to SmackDown!
This should be interesting, as the time off actually worked quite well. He didn't have a feud, so why waste him?? Whoever Hunter will be feuding with might make an appearance, or he might just stake his claim on a World title shot.

---

Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy
Another obvious one. Naitch isn't losing the MITB. He'll be the one to take the belt from KK I reckon. Very nice little push for Matt Hardy though, besting his {less talented} brother in a 20 min match before punking Flair out. Should be an interesting match, but Ric will likely win using some cheap tactics.

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio
{Chavo Guerrero as the special referee}
Another tough one, but I think that Rey's win at WM was just a blip on Daniels' title reign. He'll probably hold the belt for a long time again. As for Chavo's involvement, this could be his full heel turn on Rey, or perhaps he'll screw Daniels?? I'll go for a Fallen Angel win though.

WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed w/Booker T
I really don't know when thE CC are going to be getting the belts. It WILL happen, that I'm sure of, but I don't know when. It's a shame that the New Breed are the team that will probably take the fall, as they're awesome, but it should still be a quality bout.

United States Championship Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal
The way it's been set up with Lashley having never beaten Regal {I'm sure he beat him in a non-title match before the Rumble }, is a good way to end this feud, and the only thing that makes sense is a retaining victory for Lashley.

One on One:
‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry w/Teddy Long vs. Finlay
I know T-Lo is fun, but Finlay really has to go over in this feud. Big push plz.

Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble
Just after getting Cradle Shocked and then pinned by Punk on SD! I think that Noble is due to go over in this one. Both will going after the Cruiserweight title soon though I'm sure.

Singles Match:
Kid Kash vs. CM Punk
Just a squash feud for Punk really, nothing else. He'll be undefeated for a while I'm sure.


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(Bear with me, I've not reviewed this thread all that often, so I'm picking up a lot of things far in )

Raw
~ The JBl - Carlito feud has certainly picked up by the looks of things, in typical heel fashion keeping the title under any circumstances. Loved the getaway too, leaving his lady friend behind . And the later weeks savage beatdown was immense, and totally flipped JBL back from cowardly heel, to big bad bully heel. A dual role he pulls off tremendously.

~ I do remember the push of Nitro back in the Autumn (thread time), but I'm scared you're gonna repackage the guy as Morrison. Personally, I'd take Johnny Nitro over oddly bland John Morrison. Do the right thing

~ That also reminds me of the Ken Doane push, which again, gets a thumbs up. Glad that one has stood the test of time. At this rate, he'll be contending Randy Orton for Youngest World Champion. You heard that prediction here first .

~ And whilst speaking of pushes, glad to see MVP is making a steady rise on the show too. The Playgirls idea is awesome, and Luther Reigns makes a tremendous bodyguard type figure.

~ Certainly one of the things you do best is make the womens division mean something. I'd guess it's down to the involvement of a certain Ms. James, but regardless of the reason, it's a bright spot of the thread. It means people buying PPV need to look elsewhere for a bathroom break match . Trish vs Mickie with the roles reversed (I think Mickie is a face . Not totally sure what the deal is) sounds really intriguing, and I'm certain it wont disappoint when it rolls around.

~ Absolutely marking like a mad man for good ol' Cactus Jack making a comeback. My personal favourite 'face' of Foley. Screw that Mankind freak. I remember Foley & Umaga feuding from September, so to say I'm delighted that this one has built for such a long time would be an understatement. Slow builds rock my world. Cant wait to see those two beat the shit out of each other. Not so much keen on the multi man aspect of the feud - sorta hoping for a dynamic Umaga - Cactus one on one encounter to end it all . Marks though for Haas getting air time though. Doesnt look like I'll be disappointed after reading the last bit. Tag match done and dusted next week - surely that means we get the Hardcore war at Vengeance

~ World title scene is an interesting one. I just assumed that Angle was #1 Contender after winning the four way, but I was WAY wrong. Five man match up at Vengeance seems excellent, multi man matches rarely disappoint. The build up was done nicely, with Orton taking out just about every challenger with sneak attacks, possibly to get over his fear of who he could face / desperation at wanting to keep the title / being a total prick.

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Judgment Day PREDICTIONES~!

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena
The only way I'd see Kennedy lose here is if you've decided you've lost faith in him as champion, or just had a sudden change of heart. I'm guessing the plan is a long term reign, and it continues through this event. He's been bitch slapped for three weeks, he gets a clean win at JD.

Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy
I think Hardy might just nick this. I dont see him keeping the briefcase mind you, as I see Flair winning it back eventually. But for the sake of a shock, why not put the briefcase on Hardy for a month. It did seem a little random for Steph to decide the MITB would be defended, as their didnt seem much reason behind it, unless it is to be defended like a title. Regardless, Hardy with the upset, but Naitch wins it back.

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio
Chavo Guerrero as the special referee
As intriguing as SGR matches are, this one is even more so. Hard to see just what is gonna go down. I dont see Rey getting screwed, in fact, I think Chavo might just call it down the middle. However, Rey will accidently nail Chavo, or get shoved into him by Daniels, Chavo wont like it, and takes out Rey, allowing Daniels to win. No title change though.

WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed w/Booker T & Sharmell
Change of gimmick, change of attitude, change of champions. Sure I've heard New Breed somewhere before mind, but regardless Burke & Brown are a super pairing, and will make super champs.

United States Championship Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal
Lashley has never beaten Regal. Time to put an end to that stat.

One on One:
‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry w/Teddy Long vs. Finlay
Looks like Henry is on a roll as a dominant heel. It certainly helps to have Teddy Long as his mouthpiece. I think he'll have too much for Finlay, and a clean win against one of the toughest guys on the roster will help his credibility for a feud with Lashley perhaps??

Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble
Seems a bit fillerish. I'll go with the TNA import.

Singles Match:
Kid Kash vs. CM Punk
Punk is on the rise, and Kid Kash is nothing but a stepping stone imo.

Triple H returning will likely make headlines. I havent got a clue just what impact he'll make though, but I'm predicting it's cause the most headlines and end up being the big talking point of the night. Putting my neck on the line, rit?
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I'm a little confused by HBK and Angle's allegiances. They both started as heels, then by facing Michaels Angle looked like a face, and now HBK is facing Orton, so he looks face.
They're both tweeners at the moment, with Michaels leaning towards a heel, while Angle is almost completely down the middle.

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The way it's been set up with Lashley having never beaten Regal {I'm sure he beat him in a non-title match before the Rumble }, is a good way to end this feud, and the only thing that makes sense is a retaining victory for Lashley.
Never beaten Regal with the belt on the line.

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Mickie is awesome. But she's a heel not a face. Much thanks all around for the quick reviews. Going to take a look around the BTB section after I finish these damn BTB Cup matches.
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WWE Judgment Day
A SmackDown!-Only Production



Opening video plays, focusing on the Triple Threat World Title Match and the return of The Game.

We then get the obligatory massive pyro, before we cut to Styles, Tazz and Cole, who run down the card.

Grudge Match:
Chris Sabin vs. Jamie Noble
The two talented cruiserweights kick off the in-ring action tonight. Sabin and Noble put on a fast-paced match, with plenty of counters for the first half of the match up, playing off of their familiarity with each other over the past month and a half or so. The finish comes when Sabin counters an attempt at a Tiger Bomb, and then drills Noble with a Running Liger Bomb. Sabin then climbs to the top rope and leaps off with a cross-body, but once he makes contact, Noble rolls through, and with a hook of the tights, picks up the three count.
Winner: Jamie Noble via pin fall at 9:38.
Noble rolls out of the ring, and heads back up the ramp with a smirk, while in the ring, the youngster, Sabin, angrily glares at his rival.

***

Backstage, the Cruiserweight Champion ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels is interviewed by Kristal Marshall. Daniels goes through the talking points, first, hyping himself up as the greatest wrestler of all-time, before moving onto the Rey Mysterio-Chavo Guerrero dynamic, stating that regardless of their feelings for each other, he won’t need any help to retain the title.

***

Elsewhere, GM Stephanie McMahon talks on her cell phone, apparently to the retuning Triple H. The Game says that he’s running a little late but he should be there in about an hour.

***

One on One:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry
w/Teddy Long
The World’s Strongest Man and The Fighting Irish Bastard put on a decent enough match up. It starts off as a fiery brawl, but Henry eventually gains control, and dominates the match up using his superior power. Finlay shows his grit and determination, coming back with his typical scuffling style. The finish comes when the referee is accidentally knocked out by an errant Finlay clothesline. Teddy Long attempts to get involved, grabbing Finlay’s shillelagh before he slides in the ring. Once T. Lo. swings it, however, Finlay ducks, and Long lays out Henry! Finlay quickly capitalizes, and plants Long with the Celtic Cross. Miraculously, the referee wakes up just in time to count the three count when Finlay covers Henry.
Winner: Finlay via pin fall at 10:16.
After the match, Finlay does a bit of celebrating, but it’s not long until Henry is back up to his feet, and drills Finlay from behind!!!
Henry and Finlay begin to brawl once more, rolling around on the ground as they exchange right hands! After several seconds, several officials and road agents run down to the ring to separate the two superstars once more.

***

Inside of a locker room, Booker T hypes up his New Breed, Monty Brown and Elijah Burke, getting his two superstars ready for their first WWE PPV match up, and a shot at the WWE Tag Team Championship.

***

Alone in a dark locker room, Rey Mysterio angrily laces up his boots for tonight, prepared to meet his archrival in a rubber match, with his doubtful friend as the referee.

***

A video package plays, focusing on the Regal-Lashley feud which has engulfed these two superstars for the better part of a half year, with the two being pretty equal … except with the United States Title on the line, where Regal has never been beaten by The Real Deal.

United States Championship Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal
The match up starts off with Lashley coming out strong, completely dominating Regal with his superior speed and power. Four minutes into his beating, Regal decides to take a chance and mat wrestle with the former amateur wrestler, and to some people’s surprise, it works. Regal’s experience allows him to keep the bigger, quicker Lashley down, before he begins to work on the leg and neck simultaneously. At the eleven minute mark, the Englishman looks to lock in the devastating REGAL STRETCH … AND DOES!! Our commentators tell us to rack another win and title up for Regal, but eventually, Lashley makes it to the ropes!! The disappointment of not taking the match then and there might’ve caught Regal in the end, as his offense pretty much goes on without rhyme or reason, relying on left and right hands. Lashley takes full advantage of Regal’s now predictable offense, ducking a clothesline, before he plows into Regal with a SPEAR!! Lashley then finishes him off with the DOMINATOR for the three count!!
Winner: Bobby Lashley via pin fall at 14:11. Lashley retains the United States Title.
Finally. Lashley grabs the U.S. Championship and poses with it to a strong ovation, as his title reign has gotten off to hell of a start; first, with a successful defense against Mark Henry at Backlash, and now, defeating the man he couldn’t with the belt on the line, William Regal.

***

‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair tightens up his robe, picks up his briefcase and prepares to leave the locker room, but before he leaves, he asks Batista if he’s ready to go. The Animal responds by saying he’s not going to accompany Ric out there tonight, since he’s got his own match to worry about. After all of the times, Naitch has taken the bullet for Big Dave, Flair seems shocked that Batista won’t help him out here…

***

Money in the Bank Contract on the Line:
‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy
The match starts like most Flair matches do, with all of the typical Naitch moves, the slicking back of the hair, the slaps in return, the faux handshakes, thumbs to the eye … but that all changes when Hardy usurps complete control of the match. Hardy not only matches Flair move for move, but dirty tactic for dirty tactic, and with the crowd behind him, looks ready to put the match away & capture the MITB briefcase. Late in the contest, Hardy gets on a big-time roll. He escapes the Figure Four by grabbing the ropes once, escapes it again by shoving Flair off with his boot, and then hits a Side Effect, and diving leg drop in quick succession! Hardy looks to put the match away, going for the Twist of Fate, but when he sticks his hand out, it accidentally pokes the ref in the eye!! Flair takes full advantage once Matt spins around, drilling Hardy with a low blow!! Naitch follows that up with a couple of devastating chop blocks, and a shin breaker, before he forces Matt to submit to the Figure Four!!
Winner: Ric Flair via submission at 13:53. Flair retains the MITB Contract.
After the match, Flair heads back up the ramp, and Hardy receives a nice ovation for the work he put in. The commentators talk about Hardy lacking real ‘main event’ experience and that cost him tonight … but this loss probably did more help than harm for his future.

***

A video package plays hyping up the next WWE PPV, Raw’s Vengeance on June 24th, featuring the WWE Title Match - Randy Orton defending against Edge, Shawn Michaels, Kurt Angle and Rob Van Dam.

***

In the parking lot, Stephanie McMahon remains on her cell phone with Triple H, telling him that the time she set aside for him is up next. Hunter says he’s pulling up to the arena right now, and after a dozen seconds, a limousine pulls up into the parking lot. Steph tells one of the workers near her to play Hunter’s music, before she runs over to the limo. The driver gets out and opens the back door, and out steps … ‘THE GAME’ TRIPLE H, in the flesh.

Hunter and Steph share a bit of an awkward smile, as H’s music can be heard faintly in the background. Triple H walks past Stephanie, past the gorilla position and steps out onto the stage, receiving a thunderous mixed reaction, easily the loudest reaction of the night so far. Hunter takes a look around at all the screaming fans with a huge smirk on his face, before he begins to walk down the entrance ramp. The King of Kings makes it half way down, before he stops … and TURNS AROUND!!

The crowd boos as Hunter heads back where he came back up the ramp, back where he came from, and begins walking back towards his limo. Stephanie asks him if he forgot something and Hunter says yeah … “Screw you”. Steph’s jaw hits the proverbial floor as Trips lets out a shit-eating grin, before he gets back in his limo, and speeds off. Frustrated, Stephanie can’t manage to say a word…

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Another vignette plays, hyping up the main event for tomorrow’s Monday Night Raw with Umaga, Big Show, MVP & Luther Reigns taking on RVD, Sabu, Charlie Haas, and CACTUS JACK. Once it ends, we’re informed that Jonathan Coachman paid for the ad.

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Singles Match:
CM Punk vs. Kid Kash
Most expect a glorified squash match, but that really isn’t the case, as Kash manages to handle his own against the incredibly talented Straight Edge Superstar. The finish comes when Punk attempts to lock in the Anaconda Vise, but Kash manages to roll back up to his feet. Once both get up, Kash takes him down with a dropkick, before walking towards the turnbuckle, The Notorious K.I.D. climbs to the top, and goes for his moonsault … but Punk moves out of the way, and Kash crashes and burns. Punk quickly gets up, same time as Kash, lifts him up onto his shoulders, and plants him with the GO TO SLEEP!! Punk then covers him for the three count.
Winner: CM Punk via pin fall at 9:13.
The crowd cheers on the superstar who continues to roll, as our commentators put over his performance here tonight, saying he’s got a very bright future ahead of him.

***

Understandably upset, Stephanie McMahon tries her damndest to get Triple H on the phone, but The Game doesn’t answer.

***

In an interview with Steve Romero, Chavo Guerrero lets the world know that he plans to call the upcoming Cruiserweight Title Match completely down the middle. While Rey Mysterio may hate him right now, and Christopher Daniels has done everything possible to upset Chavo, Chavito says that he’ll put all that aside to make sure that the better man wins.

***

Video package plays with two separate storylines as the focus, the Daniels/Mysterio saga, and the Chavo/Mysterio subplot.

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels
w/Allison Danger vs. Rey Mysterio III
{Chavo Guerrero is the special guest referee}
Mysterio and Chavo have an awkward stare down to kick things off, as Daniels simply watches with a smirk. After having two tremendous matches against one another, Daniels and Mysterio don’t bother with a feeling-out process; instead, going right at it tooth and nail. Chavo doesn’t get in the match much, except to keep Allison Danger away when the stars go to the outside.
Three-fourths through the match up, Mysterio hits Daniels with his wheelbarrow bulldog, and gets as close to a three count as possible w/o actually winning. Mysterio gets up and angrily gets in Chavo’s face about the count, but Guerrero doesn’t back down. A couple of minutes later, Mysterio drills The Fallen Angel with a 619, and tries to put him away with the West Coast Pop, but Daniels counters, tossing him up, and causing Rey’s throat to hang on the top rope!! Daniels then quickly turns around, and plants Mysterio with the LAST RITES!! Knowing how resilient, Rey is, Daniels lifts him back up, and plants him with the ANGEL’S WINGS!! Daniels then covers him, hooking both legs, and Chavo makes the methodical count, almost intentionally going a split second or two slower to make sure there’s no doubt. 1.…. 2.…. 3!!!
Winner: Christopher Daniels via pin fall at 16:06. Daniels retains the Cruiserweight Championship.
Daniels beats Mysterio clean!! Receiving quite a bit of applause, The Fallen Angel rolls out of the ring, and grabs the Cruiserweight Title, before leaving with Danger. Inside the ring, Chavo watches from the corner, as Mysterio struggles up to his feet. Mysterio and Guerrero glare at one another, as the crowd cheers for Mysterio.

Chavo joins the crowd in their ovation, and Rey begins to nod a bit. Guerrero extends his hand, and … REY ACCEPTS IT, to a nice pop … but when they hug … Chavo somewhat condescendingly says “I told you so, bro”. Rey quickly snatches his hand away, and glares at his friend with shock and disappointment, while Guerrero shrugs his shoulders.

***

A video package plays hyping up SmackDown’s next PPV, the Great American Bash on July 22nd.

***

WWE Tag Team Championship; Triple Threat Tag Team Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection vs. The New Breed
Semi-main event spot on the card? Quite the step for the tag team division of SmackDown, and the six young superstars don’t disappoint, going nearly twenty minutes, in a fast-paced, thrilling contest. The involvement of outside forces’ involvement remains at a minimum, and all three teams are treated as relatively even with one another. Fourteen minutes into the match up, the three teams go into the big finish, with high-flying and high-impact moves galore, until everyone is cleared out, while Kendrick and Benjamin remain the legal men.
The two stars have a quick exchange of near hits, before Benjamin does connect with the Dragon Whip on Kendrick, knocking him down. Shelton plans to follow up, looking for the T-Bone … POOOOOOOUNCE~! Monty Brown takes him out with the Pounce! Helms reenters the ring, only to take himself and Brown back out. London reenters the ring, and prepares to jump onto Helms, but Elijah Burke enters as well, and shoves him off. The Express then quickly drags Shelton towards the corner, and tags himself in. Burke grabs Kendrick and shoots him into the ropes, before charging himself, and going for the ELIJAH EXPRESS … but Kendrick moves, and Burke damn near breaks his kneecaps. As Burke stands, holding his knees in pain, Kendrick quickly follows up with the SLICED BREAD #2, and picks up the win!!
Winner: The Hooligans via pin fall at 18:43. The Hooligans retain the WWE Tag Team Championship.
The Hooligans escape with the belts yet again. Many in the crowd cheer the young, likeable faces, but another portion of the crowd boos as we get a close-up of The Carolina Connection, who come up short in their quest for the WWE Tag Team Championship.

***

Backstage, Batista continues to stretch, as ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair has already showered, and is dressed in a sharp suit after successfully defending his MITB. The Animal tells Naitch to come on … and Flair responds by saying that he won’t be accompanying Batista to the ring, since Big Dave didn’t accompany him earlier. Batista and Flair have a tense stare down … before Naitch says he was just kidding, causing Batista to let out a half-hearted smile before the two leave the locker room.

***

Video package plays, focusing on Mr. Kennedy’s rough go as of late, which culminated in his scathing shoot promo, which of course led to his beat down two days ago.

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. ‘The Boss’ John Cena vs. ‘The Animal’ Batista
w/Ric Flair
Shockingly (and maybe stupidly), Batista and Cena don’t start the match off on the same page, as The Animal kicks Cena in the face to kick the match off. Throughout the next twenty minutes, all three main eventers would spend the time being in the driver’s seat, and being beat down, exchanging high-impact maneuvers and finishers at an incredibly rapid pace. The match looks to be over when Batista plants Cena with the DEMON BOMB … but the impact actually sends Cena rolling out of the ring. By the time Batista retrieves him, and covers him, The Boss has recovered enough to kick out at two. Angry, Batista lifts Cena up to his feet and slaps him in the face a couple of times, but that only serves to wake him up, and Cena soon lifts Batista onto his shoulders and plants him with the FU!! Cena gets up and pounds his chest … but he’s soon dropped by a MIC CHECK from Mr. Kennedy!! 1... 2... 3!!
Winner: Mr. Kennedy via pin fall at 20:30. Kennedy retains the World Heavyweight Championship.
After the match, Kennedy is handed the World Title while Ric Flair helps Batista out of the ramp and towards the back. KK climbs the turnbuckle, and shows off the championship as Cena slowly gets back up to his feet. KK steps down and Cena drills him with a right hand!! Kennedy counters with one of his own, and both stars begin brawling again! At the top of the ramp, Batista slowly turns around and sees what’s going on … before he comes back down as well!!

The Animal slides in and drills Kennedy with a shot from behind!! Both Cena and Batista then begin to stomp away on the World Champion with no remorse. Several officials run down to the ring, but The Boss and The Animal handle them with relative ease, tossing them from the ring! Big Dave then lifts Kennedy up and tosses him from the ring. Batista and Cena then stare at each other for a quick second or two, before they leave the ring, and clear the announce table.

The Animal and The Boss stare down at the fallen loudmouth, as the crowd begins a “TA-KER” chant, which is soon overrode by a “RO-CKY” chant. Neither star comes to pass. Styles, Cole and Tazz get the hell out of dodge, as Batista and Cena lifts Kennedy up, get on either side, lift him up in a spine buster position AND THEN SLAM THE WORLD CHAMPION THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE!!!! The two dominant heels stare down at the unmoving KK, as Judgment Day goes off the air.

END OF SHOW




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SmackDown during Raw's Vengeance Build

SmackDown 6-1-2007
~ ‘The Boss’ John Cena kicks off the show. Quite pissed off, Cena takes the mic and goes into an FX-allowed profanity-laced tirade, completely trashing Kennedy, Batista, Flair, the crowd, Stephanie, The Rock, The Undertaker and anybody else he can think of. Cena then says that with the tally of main eventers he’s taken out now up to three, he better start seeing results, and shortly, or else the ‘death toll’ will increase.

~ In an interview, Booker T puts over his New Breed before their match against The Carolina Connection later on tonight.

~ The first match of the night sees Chavo Guerrero takes on Simon Dean. The fans aren’t sure how to react to Chavo, since he hasn’t done anything necessarily heelish, but has been rather dickish to his best friend, Rey Mysterio. Either way, Chavito picks up the win, hitting the frog splash for the win @ 5:31.

~ Inside of her office, Stephanie McMahon gets a phone call from ‘The Game’ Triple H. Hunter asks Steph if she enjoyed his ‘performance’ last night, and Steph goes off, laying into H for his sophomoric behavior and unprofessionalism. Triple H says both he and she knows that SD is hurting with Rock, Undertaker, and now the World Champion Kennedy out, before he tells Steph to give him his title shot, and whether he wins or loses - and he’ll “definitely” win, he’ll show up every single week from that point on. Steph once again declines, and says that Hunter will be fined $20,000 for every show he misses from here on in, before hanging up.

~ In an interview, Chavo Guerrero talks about getting back into ‘ring shape’ with a match(and win) earlier tonight, before he moves on to last night’s CW Title match. He says he loves Rey Mysterio like a brother, but he knew that Mysterio wouldn’t be able to beat Daniels again, which justifies what he did at Judgment Day. Guerrero simply says that Mysterio doesn’t have it in to be an elite competitor on a consistent basis, before he walks off.

~ Next, Finlay and Mark Henry go one on one in a Judgment Day rematch. The bad blood between the two for the past few weeks boils over, much like it did last Sunday night, and the match degenerates into an out-and-out brawl. The referee, having lost control of the match up, calls for the disqualification @ 6:12. The two superstars continue to sling away on one another until security guards rush down to ringside and, after several attempts, manage to pull the two apart.

~ Just like Booker and The New Breed did earlier tonight, The Carolina Connection, Gregory Helms and Shelton Benjamin, do a bit of a hype job for their match later tonight.

~ Inside Stephanie McMahon’s office, Jamie Noble pushes hard for a shot at Christopher Daniels and the Cruiserweight Championship, citing his win over Chris Sabin at Judgment Day as the reason. Stephanie says that he does deserve a title match, and he’s got one next week! Noble celebrates … until Steph informs him that it’ll be a triple threat match also involving Chris Sabin!

~ In the third match of the night, Kid Kash takes on Paul Conway. The Notorious K.I.D., furious after a close loss to CM Punk on Sunday, comes out with a fury, and smokes the poor bastard, before finishing him off with the Dead Level Brainbuster at 3:43. After the match, Kash grabs a mic, and quickly demands a rematch with CM Punk. It doesn’t take long for Punk to come out, and, much to the delight of the crowd, The Straightedge Superstar gladly accepts for next week.

~ Backstage, Mr. Money in the Bank, ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair attempts to hype Batista up for the main event tag match tonight, and The Animal isn’t all that receptive quite frankly, stating that if the World Title isn’t involved, “it doesn’t mean a damn thing”.

~ The Cruiserweight Champion ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels cuts a promo, with Allison Danger by his side, stating that his win against Rey Mysterio at JD will go down in CW lore forever, because it further establishes the fact that Daniels is the preeminent CW of this era. As for the match next week, Daniels has no real feelings on it, saying that he’s already beaten Sabin on many occasions, while Noble … isn’t in his league.

~ The fourth match sees The Carolina Connection take on The New Breed (w/Booker T & Sharmell). The two tandems put on a tremendous contest, but in the end, Benjamin and Helms pull out the victory in spectacular fashion, when, in a Poetry-in-Motion variation, Benjamin leaps onto the back of Helms, before leaping up onto the top turnbuckle, where Burke is stationed, and pulls off a Super T-Bone Suplex!! Shelton then pick up the pinfall at 13:56.

~ After our final commercial break, Styles, Cole and Tazz give us a bit of hype for next week’s show, which features Punk vs. Kash and a Cruiserweight Championship Triple Threat Match with Daniels vs. Sabin vs. Noble.

~ In the main event, the United States Champion Bobby Lashley teams up with Matt & Jeff Hardy to take on ‘The Animal’ Batista, ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair and William Regal. Throughout the match, our commentators talk about the fact that The Hardys want to be SINGLES stars, but it’s just not happening at the moment, for one reason or another. Batista doesn’t show much interest in the match throughout, while Flair and Regal use every dirty tactic in the book to attempt to hang with their much younger opponents. The finish comes when the hot tags are made to both Flair and Lashley. B-Lash dominates Flair, and Regal when he comes in, while Tista remains on the apron. However, Lashley accidentally knocks Batista off of the apron when Flair ducks a shot, and that pisses The Animal off enough to get involved. While Regal distracts the referee, Big Dave grabs a steel chair and lays out both Hardys, before he plants Lashley with a Demon Bomb. Flair then covers Lashley and picks up the win over the U.S. Champion!

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SmackDown 6-8-2007
~ Styles and Tazz talk about he huge match made after SD went off the air, Bobby Lashley defending the United States Championship against … Mr. Money in the Bank ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair.

~ Teddy Long and Mark Henry kick off the night, with T. Lo. stating that he wants to come to a truce with Finlay and put this thing behind them. Long continues along the same path, while Henry is clearly angry behind him. Eventually though, The Silverback snatches the mic away from Long and tells Finlay to get his ass out there. The Fighting Irish Bastard obliges, and sprints to the ring, shillelagh and all. Finlay slides in and begins to swing on Henry’s leg but Henry snatches it, and breaks it in half!! Unfazed, Finlay takes Henry down with a double leg and begins to swing away on him. The two superstars have a massive brawl, before several security officers run down to the ring. That doesn’t stop the two intense stars, as they merely begin swinging away on the officers, knocking a couple down, before they’re finally separated. Steph watches from the top of the ramp with distress.

~ In the first match of the night, we get a Judgment Day rematch with Kid Kash taking on CM Punk. Just like at JD, the two put on a very strong contest, and in the end, the winner is also the same, as Punk forces Kash to submit to the Anaconda Vise @10:04.

~ Kristal Marshall attempts to get a word with the U.S. Champion Bobby Lashley, about defending against Ric Flair, but the big man doesn’t say a word, instead, warms up.

~ Next, The Carolina Connection, Shelton Benjamin and Gregory Helms, come down to the ring. Helms grabs the mic and calls out The Hooligans, the WWE Tag Team Champions so he can say what he needs to to their faces. London & Kendrick come out, and Helms continues, stating that the CC have never gotten a legitimate shake at the Tag Team Titles. At Backlash, The New Breed interfered. At Judgment Day, the Hooligans managed to beat The New Breed, while the CC were not involved in the decision. Helms states that all they want, is a fair shot. After a second or two of consultation between the two, London and Kendrick finally agree to put the belts on the line at the Great American Bash, and the crowd pops huge when the two teams shake hands.

~ Rey Mysterio takes on Simon Dean. In the four minutes and change that it takes Mysterio to beat Dean with the Droppin’ Da’ Dime, we cut several times to the backstage area to see Chavo criticizing Rey’s performance.

~ In an interview with Josh Matthews, Mr. Money in the Bank, ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair cuts one of his usual high-intensity (high-quality) promos, hyping up his United States Title Match with Bobby Lashley NEXT.

~ After a commercial break, Flair and Lashley put on a solid contest, going ten or so minutes. The Nature Boy’s craftiness is enough to counteract the speed and strength of the incredible Lashley, but in the end, The Real Deal picks up the win, when he Spears Flair in half when NB looked to use the MITB briefcase. Lashley follows up with The Dominator for the three count. After the match, we get a shot of both Matt and Jeff Hardy watching the contest, rather intrigued.

~ Inside of the communal locker room, Chavo Guerrero talks to several superstars about Rey’s performance at JD. After pre-qualifying his statements by saying he loves Rey like a brother, Chavo calls Mysterio’s performance against Daniels slow and an embarrassment to Rey’s legacy. Several wrestlers and agents shake their heads, most notably, Dean Malenko, who leaves the room frustrated.

~ Matt and Jeff Hardy walk into Stephanie McMahon’s office, and tell Steph that they want a more prominent role on the show. Steph, confused, tells them that they’re already in the main event tonight against Batista and Cena. What more could they want? Matt tells her: singles action. Steph says she’ll keep it mine.

~ In the fourth match of the night, ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels defends the Cruiserweight Title against Chris Sabin and Jamie Noble in a triple threat match. The three incredibly talented cruiserweights tear it up for ten minutes, and it looks like Daniels is ready to defend his title successfully, looking for the Angel’s Wings on Sabin near the edge of the ring. But, knowing Daniels so well after their many matches, Sabin counters, and sends Daniels flying over the top rope to the outside! Sabin doesn’t get to celebrate, as Noble capitalizes and rolls Sabin up in a school boy (w/a hook of the tights) for the three count!! Noble is the new Cruiserweight Champion!!

~ Backstage, Dean Malenko catches up with Rey Mysterio, and informs him of the things Chavo Guerrero was saying earlier. Mysterio curtly says he’ll deal with it next week before walking off.

~ In the main event, The Hardys take on ‘The Animal’ Batista and ‘The Boss’ John Cena. A lack of communication, trust and chemistry between Big Dave and Cena allows Matt & Jeff to remain even with the former World Champions for the majority of the match up. Ironically, it’s a dispute between Matt & Jeff which costs them the victory. After hitting a Twist of Fate/Swanton combo on Batista, each man stops the other from gaining the victory, each wanting to show their worth against a top star. Allowing Batista and Cena another opportunity to destroy = bad move. The Animal and The Boss hit stereo finishers on the Hardys, allowing Batista to pin Matt at 10:12.
Batista and Cena nod at each other a bit and climb a turnbuckle, taunting this hostile crowd … before MR. KENNEDY, the World Heavyweight Champion, appears on the titantron for the first time since JD. KK informs us all that he will be at SD in person next week … and he’ll be bringing someone with him.

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SmackDown 6-15-2007
~ The night kicks off with a Number One Contender’s Battle Royal (w/new champion Jamie Noble on commentary) for a shot at the Cruiserweight Championship next week on SmackDown. Surprisingly, former champion Chris Daniels is not in it, and that allows Chris Sabin to pick up the victory, last eliminating Kid Kash @ 10:01.

~ After a break, Christopher Daniels has an interview, in which he states that he’s done with the cruiserweight division, after ‘carrying’ it for the better part of a year now and is moving on to different things.

~ The World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Kennedy RETURNS, showing up to the arena … alone, to a phenomenal ovation.

~ In tag team action, Matt and Jeff Hardy take on The Gymini (w/Simon Dean). The Hardys dominate and pick up the easy win … but don’t seem satisfied, still wanting to compete in singles action.

~ Backstage, just like last week, Chavo Guerrero talks up a bunch of guys backstage about Rey Mysterio’s declining ability … only to have Mysterio walk up to him. Rey doesn’t mince words, challenging Chavo to put his money where his mouth is, and face him here tonight. Guerrero declines, however, and walks off.

~ Elsewhere, Batista, John Cena and Ric Flair have a private convo amongst themselves, wondering who Kennedy has brought with him here tonight. The two then go over the list of people who they’ve kicked the crap out of recently and not so recently, not liking their chances tonight.

~ Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy get into a rather loud argument backstage, with Matt telling his younger brother that he’s sick of him riding his coattails while Jeff fires back, stating that he’s enjoyed more success, and been more popular (owned, tbh). GM Stephanie McMahon gets in between the two, and says she’ll have something to make them both feel better next week…

~ In preparation for their match with The Carolina Connection at GAB, the WWE Tag Team Champions, The Hooligans, take on a litany (6) of tandems from the surrounding hometown area in a gauntlet of sorts. London and Kendrick don’t fail to impress, managing to defeat all six teams in seven minutes. Our commentators inform us that the CC will be doing the same next week.

~ Teddy Long & Mark Henry barge into Stephanie’s office and demand another shot at Finlay. Steph promises to put them in the same ring with one another next week.

~ Kristal Marshall conducts an interview with William Regal, and the Englishman is in one of his more intense moods, blatantly stating that he’s the best pure wrestler AND the toughest wrestler that this company has to offer, and he’s not yet done with that ‘toerag’, the United States Champion Bobby Lashley.

~ In the final match of the night, The New Breed (w/Booker T & Sharmell) take on The Mexicools. Surprisingly, it’s The Mexicools who get the duke, when Crazy hits a beautiful moonsault on Burke for the pinfall near the nine minute mark, as the New Breed continue to fall down the rankings in the tag division.

~ After a commercial break, Booker and company dejectedly walk down the hallway … when they come upon the noise of rather annoying girlish laughter. The quartet turn to see the SD Divas (which we never see ~__~) chuckling it up, and it annoys Sharmell to no end. Sharmell goes over, makes a couple of nasty comments, ends up getting sassy responses, and Booker steps in, threatening the women. That doesn’t last for long … as CM PUNK steps up and asks Booker if there’s a problem. The New Breed prepare to step in and take care of Punk, but Book calls them off, and tells Punk there’s no problem, before the four walk off.

~ Inside her office, Stephanie McMahon makes an announcement. Next week on SD, will see a Six Man Tag Team Match in which the next contenders for the United States Championship will be chosen. In an ‘Old vs. New Contenders’ match up, William Regal, Finlay and Mark Henry will be in one corner, while Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy & Christopher Daniels will be in the other. Whichever team wins, those three men will be joining champion Bobby Lashley in a fatal four way match at GAB for the U.S. Title.

~ The final segment of the show sees John Cena, Batista and Ric Flair all come down to ringside, and call out Mr. Kennedy. All three take some mic time to crap on KK, and soon enough, out walks the returning World Heavyweight Champion.
Kennedy stalls a bit, pissing Batista off to no end, before he finally brings out his comrade, THE … (Undertaker? … Rock? … Game?) … MIZ, baby!! The crowd roundly boos the annoying superstars, while the heels in the ring laugh their asses off, but Miz is all business, looking furious about being taken out of action by Batista just before Backlash. KK and Miz look at one another, and then charge toward the ring … before KK stops, ALLOWING MIZ TO SLIDE IN ALONE!!! Kennedy watches on in horror, as Batista, Cena and Flair crush The Miz, with Cena & Big Dave hitting their finishers on him, before Flair tosses him from the ring.
KK then states that he does have one more other guy with him … but he’s apparently nowhere near as tough as The Miz.



The crowd soon erupts as THE ROCK~!!! sprints from the backstage area, while Cena looks on in complete shock. Rock and Kennedy slide in, and the two faces clean house of the ring, sending former champions flying every which way. Rock then takes the mic, announces that he’s back and finishes with “If ya smell what The Rock is cookin’ … cookin’”, as the heels angrily watch on.

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SmackDown 6-22-2007
~ The night kicks off with Shelton Benjamin & Gregory Helms doing the same as The Hooligans did last week, taking on six hometown tandems in a gauntlet style match. While London & Kendrick were impressive, The Carolina Connection are even more impressive, besting L&K’s time by a full minute. The Hooligans watch on from the backstage area in complete disbelief.

~ Backstage, Chavo Guerrero warms up … when Rey Mysterio walks up to him yet again. Rey challenges him, just like he did last week, and just like last week, Chavo declines. This time, he has an excuse; he already has a match later tonight.

~ Elsewhere, Batista & Flair go at it verbally with John Cena, with each party blaming the other for not taking out The Rock and Mr. Kennedy for good.

~ In the second match of the night, Chavo Guerrero takes on Hardcore Holly. Even though Holly is from the ATTITUDE ERA~, it doesn’t help him, as Chavo shows too much skill for the old bastard, putting him away with the Gory Bomb in relatively strong fashion. After the match, Chavo still seems to have quite a bit left in the tank, dancing around, but once he sees Rey Mysterio on the ramp, Guerrero begins breathing hard, worn out from his match now.

~ When asked about the six man ‘Old vs. New Contenders’ tag team match for later tonight, U.S. Champion Bobby Lashley has no preference, simply stating he’s fine with beating Henry, Finlay and Regal again, or the other three for the first time.

~ Inside of her office, Stephanie McMahon gets a phone call … from ‘The Game’ Triple H. H doesn’t sound as smug as the last time he called, and wants to know whether Steph is ready to give him what he wants. Steph mocks him, throwing the fines in his face, and once again flat out denies him. Before he hangs up, Trips says that he’s been patient, but if he doesn’t get what he wants soon … he may just get angry … and get active.

~ In the third match of the night, we get the Old vs. New U.S. Contender’s Match. As expected, Henry and Finlay don’t get along at all and begin to brawl with one another. That costs the team, as it leaves Regal all alone to receive a Twist of Fate from Matt, a Swanton from Jeff, and allows Daniels to pick up the victory at the ten minute mark. Lashley vs. Daniels vs. Matt vs. Jeff for the U.S. Title is set for GAB.

~ In an interview, new Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble talks a bit about his first title defense tonight, showing no respect or fear for Chris Sabin, which isn’t all that bad, since he’s beaten Sabin several times now.

~ The fourth match of the night sees ‘The Express’ Elijah Burke(w/Monty Brown, Booker T & Sharmell) take on Super Crazy (w/Psichosis). Crazy can’t capitalize on the win last week, as the numbers game is just too much to overcome, and Burke picks up the win after hitting the Elijah Express. Burke and company celebrate as if they’ve just won the World Title, finally getting back on the right track.

~ After a commercial break, Booker cuts a promo backstage, stating that they are now back on top, and if anybody thinks that they’re a joke, he or she can step right on up. Much to Booker’s chagrin, CM PUNK steps up. Punk challenges Booker to a match next week, and after a bit of stalling, the Booker Man accepts the challenge of The Straightedge Superstar.

~ In the final match of the night, Jamie Noble puts his Cruiserweight Championship on the line against Chris Sabin. The two superstars continue the trend of their previous matches, putting on a strong contest. At the nine minute mark, it looks like Sabin will pick up the victory, putting Noble on his back for the Cradle Shock … but KID KASH attacks him from behind with the title belt!! The ref calls for the DQ, as Sabin lies motionless on the ground. Kash helps Noble up to his feet, before he fastens the title belt around his former Pitbull partner. The two stars then shake hands and embrace … before Kash kicks him in the gut, and plants him with the DEAD LEVEL!! The Notorious K.I.D. then motions that he wants the CW Title.

~ The final segment of the night sees the World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Kennedy and The Rock take center stage of the ring. The Great One cuts a promo, laying into John Cena, stating that The Boss was too scared to take The Rock on one on one at JD, too weak to take The Rock out for long, and too frightened to bring his ass out here tonight. Rock hands the mic to KK, and after giving a faux apology to The Miz, Kennedy echoes Rock’s statements, and throws Batista’s name in there as well.
Of course, this brings out Batista, John Cena and ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair and after a couple of words are exchanged, the brawl is on. It looks as if KK and Rock will get the upper hand once more this week, but when KK attempts to use his title belt to finish the job on Batista, The Animal ducks, and KK lays out The Rock! Batista then hits KK with a spine buster, Cena follows up with the FU, and Naitch locks the WHC in the Figure Four. SD goes off the air with Rock completely out cold, and KK wishing he was out cold, writhing in pain in the Figure Four, as Batista and Cena angrily stare down at Kennedy.

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Fucking slow down please.

Good results for JD, Kennedy getting fucked up was a pure mark out moment, Ric Flair and his saggy man breasts going over Matt Hardy was not. All seems well, and wow a whole month of SmackDown! shizzle. THE ROCK! Woot! Oshat I see that hinted at Rock/Kennedy feud beginning as that jobber KK hit Rocky with his title. Sadly, Super Ken will beat Rock, something that should NEVER happen but meh, you love him too much for anything else to happen.

Onto other things, it'll be interesing where this leaves Cena and Batista in the mix, and atleast all the divisions are getting a showing, do not agree with a CW title match headlining a SmackDown! right after a match of the Burke/Super Crazy quality, pretty yucky tbh.

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