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Re: 2007 & Beyond - The Second Fucking Coming

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Re: 2007 & Beyond - The Second Fucking Coming

First off glad to see this thread return Mac, even though your joint thread with Reney looked like it was going to be huge. Quite a bunch of shows posted in a short time frame here, which kind of reminds me of myself when I used to post a lot of shows within a short amount of time as well.


Judgment Day Review:


Noble beating Sabin was a good way to start the show, as it looks like Noble might be getting a good push in this thread soon. I see Daniels still retaining the title to end this feud between himself and Mysterio.

While Finlay did get the win over Henry, Henry is able to keep some of his crediblity with the post match brawl with Finlay, as it looks like this feud isn't over yet between the two wrestlers.

Great U.S. title match, that told a great story. Finally Lashley beats Regal, and Lashley's title reign starts out great with this huge win against his rival in this thread.

Excellent way to continue the tension between Flair and Batista, with Big Dave not accompanying Flair to ringside. While a fan of Hardy, I knew that he wasn't going to beat Flair in this match. Great match and glad to see that this match was given a decent amount of time.

Moment of the Night with Hunter entering the arena only to leave after walking halfway down the ramp! Excellent moment right there!

Kash vs. Punk was good, and Punk gets the win after a good match.

Looks like a little error with the title of the Cruiserweight title match, Mac. With that said, great match between the two, and Chavo played his role to a T. Daniels retaining his title was expected, and what a way to continue the tension/feud with Mysterio and Chavo following the match.

The triple threat tag match was well booked as well with the champs retaining. Like I mentioned in Legend's thread, the two of you really focus well on the tag team divisions in your thread, and it shows with the tag matches being some of the best built feuds/matches in your respective threads.

Excellent main event here with all three giving their all. Kennedy retains but pays the price by being slammed through the announce table by Cena and Batista as the two heels end the show standing tall over the champ! Great PPV, even though it was in recap form Mac.


SmackDown 6-1-2007 Review:

The Build up that Cena has been given in this thread over the past six months thread time, has been off the charts! Excellent work! Chavo/Dean screamed of a filler match, though it was the first wrestling match of the show. Not surprised that Chavo got the win. Hunter being fined 20 Gs for each show he misses is huge! I see a possible match between Chavo and Mysterio taking place at Summerslam. Glad to see the Finlay/Henry feud continue with the DQ finish in their match and post match brawl. I see Noble becoming champ next week. Kash wins his squash match, and Kash vs. Punk for next week's show should be good. Carolina Connection picking up the win is great, and looks like they might be getting a title shot soon in this thread. Great way to end the show with Flair and his team getting the win. However with that said, it looks like a possible Matt vs. Jeff feud might be in the works. Good show.


SmackDown 6-8-2007 Review


The feud between Finlay and Henry seems to get better with each show. Like JD, Punk wins against Kash once more in a good match. CC vs. Hooligans at GAB for the titles is huge!
Mysterio wins while Chavo continues to critize Mysterio backstage, as the feud between the two keeps getting better. Despite Flair's promo, Lashley wins in a good match, and it looks like the feud between the Hardys are looking more likely. Dean Malenko sighting in this thread=mark out moment! Like I said earlier, I knew that Noble would become the NEW Cruiserweight Champ. Great match. Good main event with the Hardys' tension with each other continuing to build costing the Boss and Big Dave to get the win. Kennedy appearing via titantron with a message that he's returning next week is huge!


SmackDown 6-15-2007 Review:


Sabin gets the win and is the Number 1 contender for the CW title. Good way to kick off the show. Daniels moving onto different things in this thread is good, since he's done all he could do in the CW division. Kennedy is back! Hardys win as expected, but it seems as if the tension between the two is still there. Nice segment with Chavo and Rey. Good segment with Flair, Dave, and Cena. Great way to continue the build with the Hardys. Nice way to give the champs a challenge heading into their GAB match against CC. Surprised to see the Mexicools get the win over The New Breed, tbh.
Huge match announced for next week's show. Great segment to end the show, though that was messed up with happened to Miz, but a LOL moment at the same time. The Rock is back! Yes! Great way to end the show!


SmackDown 6-22-2007 Review:

Great booking of CC by having them be even more impressive than the opponents for GAB. Nice buildup with the respective Rey/Chavo and Flair, Big Dave/Cena segments. Chavo picks up another win, and it looks more apparent that a Chavo/Rey match will be taking place soon in this thread. I have a feeling that Hunter will be showing up soon once again in this thread. With Henry anf Finlay on the same team, I'm not surprised that team lost the match. The US title match should be great at GAB. Burke gets a big win for the New Breed, and Booker vs. Punk for next week's show should be a great match. Kash costs Sabin the match and the title, and then attacks Noble. Kash/Noble/Sabin for the title at GAB looks like a strong possiblity. Big segment to end the show, though it looks like a Rock/Kennedy feud is starting up. To be honest I wouldn't be surprised if a possible Elimination Chamber for the title takes place at either GAB or Summerslam, as it's starting to look like a huge match will be taking place soon over the title between the top stars on the Smackdown brand.

Great recaps Mac, as Smackdown looks like it is the better brand at the moment between the two brands. Looking forward to the buildup from Raw and the Vengeance PPV from the Raw brand as well in this thread! Great work man!

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Re: 2007 & Beyond - The Second Fucking Coming

Liking how JD went down Mac. Kennedy getting massacred at the end was pretty interesting, and I expect that feud to expand heading towards the Bash. Onto the SmackDown! recaps, Rock returning is awesome, and sooner or later I'm banking that Cena's gonna get fucked up. Which should be fun to read. I'm expecting a Fatal Four Way at TGAB, or something of the sort. Looking good though, as I said, RAW's build to Vengeance should be a good read.



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Cruiserweight action to kick off the show, is a wise decision, for obvious reasons. Quite a basic by the numbers finish, with Noble getting the cheap roll over for the three count, but that holds the door open for a further few matches in this feud, and these two could certainly interject themselves into the CW title picture for a number of hellacious three way, four way, five way and if we can think of another top notch CW, six ways . CW division is looking up sir.

And speaking of the CW division, there aint a better guy to lead the division than Daniels. I'd love to see him in the WWE, and I'm appalled he's never got a chance to shine properly. Daniels to retain tonight

Just what does Triple H have in store?? Without a doubt, it's the most intriguing question coming into this event.

Finlay going over Henry came as a surprise to me tbh. Had a feeling that Henry would be getting the rocket push, but Finlay winning certainly makes me happier. Whether it leads to a big push, or just a win to keep him on the radar remains to be seen. Given how the finish went down, you could see this potentially rumble on itself for a little while longer.

Whilst possibly a tad predictable, the win for Lashley does him a hell of a lot of good, finally getting his losses in matches with Regal off his back. There is still potential for one last match, if Regal decides to go the route of 'you got lucky' etc. Sky is certainly the limit for the Big Bad Bobby, although that all depends on how he is pushed as US Champion.

Seeds of doubt have been planted for the Flair / Batista relationship. Batista decides to not accompany Slick Ric, and I loved the later meeting, with Flairs little dig at not going with Batista, before revealing he was only kidding. Obviously there was more to that little back and forth, and it is certainly something I'll be looking out to see develop.

Flair winning actually caught me as a surprise, just due to the fact the MITB contract was on the line. However, Flair winning, clean as a whistle, gives him a little bit more momentum before his eventual title shot. A couple more of these 'defences' could really help boost the current day reputation of Flair as a genuine title threat for his championship shot when it comes. Meanwhile, Hardy doesnt lose much from this defeat (as you mentioned), and if anything, has gained more credibility for holding his own against the greatest of all time.

Heh, REALLY loved the Triple H u-turn. Saying that, I'd be mega pissed if I shelled out hard earned cash to see Triple H on PPV for that. Beside that, I loved it. A perfect 'fuck you' without doing a thing. Gotta love it . Where this leads to is anybodies guess, and I'm stumped to the point where I cant even fathom a guess of where this one is headed. . But I like it that way .

Sound win for Punk, over a well renowned veteran like Kash. Punk is quite obviously going places on SD, but his rate of climbing the ladder looks uncertain. I'd say you'll build him slowly, rather than the mega god IWC push that Punk gets from a lot of people.

Certainly, one of the most intriguing stories coming into this one is this CW situation. Plenty of praise deserves to be given for the way you've made this angle into a major one on Smackdown, as it's rareto see the CW division get an angle, let alone a high profile one. Surprised to say the least that there wasnt a huge shocking finishing moment to the match, instead with Daniels getting the clean win. From the looks of things, Daniels will now separate himself from the Chavo / Rey angle, having won the rubber match cleanly. And it remans to be seen just what will happen in the long run with Chavo and Rey. Seemed to be all fine with the handshakes, but clearly, there are still issues to be had. CW storytelling, who'd a thunk it??

Scintillating triple threat tag match, and it shows the importance of your tag division on SD giving it that semi main spot - and making a point of mentioning it too. Champs retain in a slight surprise - to me anyway - but 18 minutes for these three teams is terrific. Really exctied to see what the future holds for the tag division on SD now.

Hot main event. Extremely fresh match up too, with three guys that have little history between them in the real world, with a number of other similar scenarios due to the push of Kennedy as a main eventer, along with Batista and Cena on the same show. Kennedy had to get the win to fully establish himself, completing that little arch of losses pre event, before rectifying them by winning when it matters. Now then, Cena and Batista on the same page it would seem?? I dont beleive for a second that that alliance will last. Too volatile a relationship imo. Thought for a moment you fucked something up with the Taker and Rock chants, but I read over it, and I understood the jist of it. Assuming both the legends had been taken out of action by Cena and Batista recently?? (I remember Cena losing to Taker @ WM, so I guess part of it stems from there). Kennedy is down, but just what do Cena and Batista have up their sleeve as a unit?????

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So the PPV that I have been waiting for the last three months to read … is finally posted.

Judgment Day Review

Good match to start the show, two guys who can really go at it in the ring. Sabin has kinda fallen in the last few months, ever since beating Cena at No Way Out. Good length for the match and I didn’t expect Noble to get the victory, even though the manner he did it in was not too shocking.

‘Greatest Wrestler of All-Time’ from Daniels? I do see him retaining the belt, as Rey will no doubt be preoccupied by Chavo.

Good undercard feud between Finlay and Mark Henry. I liked the first promo that you wrote between them way back when, with Finlay telling Henry what he’d do with the shillelagh. Rough and tumble match between the two and T-Lo hitting Henry was not expected. Good to see Finlay get a win and also good to see that this feud will go on a little longer. Belfast Brawl in the future?

Booker is nice as a manager and I love the New Breed but I’d like to see Booker get active as a wrestler again.

I really like how you are using Regal in this thread. I wish the WWE used him like you do because then it would have made sense how when he won KOTR. Lashley is the next big star on Smackdown so him dominating Regal in this match is no surprise. I hope Regal doesn’t fall too far, maybe a feud with Sabin or Punk after this. Intrigued as to whom Lashley will face next, he should have a good reign.

Batista won’t be accompanying Slick Ric? Two more months of them as a unit, imo.

I never saw Hardy winning this match because as I said in the predictions, if you really wanted Matt as MITB, he would have won at WM23. I like how you built Matt as a potential main eventer but Natich is too much of a veteran to let this match slip away. Hope Hardy and Flair both get a good feud after this little ‘filler’ match.

Vengeance is looking good with the main event. Orton is the underdog but I don’t think he will lose the belt just yet.

I didn’t even expect to see Triple H … BUT HE SHOWED UP!!! Then just as soon as he is at the PPV, he’s gone again. I thought something like this would happen and I see Stephanie eventually giving him his title shot. Either that or Triple H somehow ends up on Raw.

Good starter feud for CM Punk and everyone knows that Kash was just used as a jobber for the next big star on Smackdown. Punk was able to dominate and the GTS to win was academic. You got him established, I would like a real feud after this plz.

Chavo doesn’t seem like a heel right now but I see that changing during the CW Title match.

Daniels and Rey has been such a good feud and I think adding Chavo to the mix kept this feud from getting boring. Another decent length for the match between these two and I thought Rey might pull out the victory but Daniels won CLEANLY!! I thought that Chavo would screw Rey but it looks like the heel turn will be a very long one, with what happened after the match between the two. Very good storyline.

You have really done well with the tag team division if they are going on second to last. I wanna see CC vs. L&K again so that is why one of those two will win this match. Good chemistry between the three teams and seeing Monty hit the POUNCE was good enough for me. Kendrick pinning Elijah makes sense and now it looks like the New Breed is out of contention for the titles, leaving your two best teams to face each other. Convenient huh?

I legitimately thought that Ric wasn’t coming with Batista but then he is just joking. This relationship has been strained for a while now.

Kennedy’s shoot promo would have been epic in full but I am sure you have some other great promos up your sleeve. I knew Batista and Cena would not be able to work together in the match and you proved that right away. Fairly decent match and Kennedy hitting the Mjc Check to get the pin was exactly what I thought would be done. Cena losing makes sense because now Batista has yet another excuse to get another title shot, one-on-one in a gimmick at SummerSlam, imo. Very bad beatdown after the match and now I guess Cena and Batista CAN work together. Interested to see how long Kennedy stays down for.

Overall, I thought this was a very entertaining show. I thought that the fact that there wasn’t a ‘true’ undercard match that had a ton of build hurt the show a little. Either way, you were able to build off some good feuds and now I am intrigued as to where things go from here, especially the CW, US, and WH title feuds. Keep Smackdown going strong and GAB should be even better, 8.5/10.

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Judgment Day Feedback


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You know I mark for good ole' Jamie Noble, so it's awesome to see him getting the win in his Rubber Match with Chris Sabin. To be honest, this little lower mid-card feud has been quite entertaining, and I don't think Sabin has lost any credibility by going down in that heelish way. Next step for both men?? Cruiserweight Championship plz.

Daniels is retaining without a doubt tonight, with or without Chavo's assistance. He's really getting into this 'Greatest Wrestler of All Time' shtick isn't he?? Hmmm, I wonder...

The Game running a little late?? He's not going to show up and interfere somehow surely?? Seems unlikely. Intriguing stuff though.

The way you've done this Finlay/Henry feud has suited their characters perfectly, with them just going at it in uncontrollable brawls constantly. I'm glad Finlay got the nod here, as he's, well, just far more talented than the Big Marky Mark. T-Lo is awesome though, so he needs to interefere as much as possible. The ending guarantees that this feud is not over. Perhaps a Lumberjack Match in the future??

You hyped the Lashley/Regal match very well with the 'Never beaten Regal with the title on the line' storyline, as it added some real freshness and intrigue into a feud between two men who have been feuding for a long time. Great win for the Lashinator though, and he certainly has been on a roll since WrestleMania. Hopefully this run with the title elevates him to the Main Event scene. Regal should probably leave the U.S title scene now, as he has been in it for a LONG time.

Woah, woah, woah, Big Dave, did he seriously just punk out The Nature Boy??!! Bad move, Dave, I was starting to like you. Love the way the Flair/Batista split is being built though, Mac. It's called subtlety, something that a lot of bookers just ... well, they've never heard of it. Naitch will still get the win though, by hook or crook.

I thought this match might come later on, but I guess there are bigger matches. Glad to see that Hardy didn't go down like a bitch, as he'll make a really credible Main Eventer once he splits from his waste of space brother. Naitch wins in typical Naitch fashion, actually giving hi some momentum, which he'll need when he cashes that baby in.

Wow, really wasn't expecting that from The Game. He just ... left I'm completely stumped by this storyline then. Usually I have some idea with you, Maci. but you've got me with this one. I have been enjoying this completely apathetic attitude of Hunter's though, just not giving a shit about absolutely anything. This kind of thing is what made him the most hated man on the roster basically all the time.

Not a glorified squash match?? Don't lie, Mac. Really good first PPV win for CM Punk against the {underrated} CW veteran Kid Kash. Even though he could, I think I'd prefer Punk not to go into the CW division and stay in the Heavyweight leagues instead.

Very original angle with Chavo Guerrero this. For a storyline/feud that's been done to death, you've made it very fresh.

Damn, Daniels just completely owned Rey Rey in that match. A clean win indeed. I certainly wasn't expecting that, and Chavo calling it right down the middle too. Daniels definately wins this GREAT feud with Mysterio 2-1 then, and it looks like it will end here, with Rey off to try and 'prove' himself to Guerrero in some strange way. Has Rey lost it?? I can actually see Chavo beating him cleanly too at some point in the future.

Wooo, someone else who marks for the tag division Awesome to see this match get such a great spot on the card, and equally awesome to see it go close to twenty minutes. Quite obvious that The Hooligans were retaining and that the New Breed were taking the fall, but still a great contest. I mark for the POOOOOOOOOOUNCE everytime, although I feel a bit sorry for Elijah taking the fall every time. The Carolina Connection are the next Champs, but I can see them winning the belts two-on-two at SummerSlam after a screwy finish at the GAB.

That's right, Naitch, you > Big Dave. I kind of wanted Slick Ric to carry through with his threat and not accompany 'Tista out there, but I guess he still ripped the big man.

Ha ha, the Main Event went just I expected really, with Kennedy getting completely owned by Batista and Cena for the majority of the contest. I was interested to see who you would make look stronger in this match, The Boss or The Animal. They both hit their finishers on one another, but since KK actually got the pin on Cena, I guess Big Dave has the right to the rematch, which should be a feud ender. Crazy aftermath too, with Kennedy getting destroyed What the hell is going on with this Cena/'Tista alliance?? This can't be good for the rest of SmackDown!, but at least this win for Kennedy against two of the baddest men in wrestling makes him look strong. Swift comeback from KK plz.


SmackDown! Feedback


How can I not love the World title situation right now?? It's awesome, Mac. This unholy Alliance of Cena and Batista is definately a random one, but it's also a dominant one, especially with Naitch pulling their strings. I'm sick of Batista dominating everyone who isn't Kennedy {Lashley and The Hardys}, but I guess that's why he's The Animal. Kennedy on the Tron seemed a tad heelish, but he is a tweener after all. The stuff with KK sending Miz down to the ring was gold, absolute gold. Ken is such a dick he's awesome. ROCKY'S BACK~!! Taker's out for a while me thinks. I found it a bit strange that only one week after making their triumphant return on SD, Rocky and KK get dominated by Batista and Cena. The way I see it, this is leading to a MAJOR tag team match at the Great American Bash, before Cena faces Rock at SummerSlam and Kennedy faces Batista in a 'Final Encounter' LMS or I Quit type of match. Great stuff.

Speaking of Flair, seeing him getting a U.S title shot was a nice touch after he pinned Lashley. A really great win for Lashley though over the greatest wrestler of all time, continuing his awesome run with the belt. The Six Man Tag idea was unique as hell, but I always has my suspicions that the youngsters {> veterans imo} would go over. Regal needs to stay away from the belt for a bit and Henry and Finlay have scores to settle. The way those two have been going at each other, there's going to have to be a gimmick match of some kind to settle it. Hopefully the old bastard Finlay goes over. The Fatal Four-Way match sounds incredible for the GAB, with Matt, Jeff and Daniels getting in on the act. Those three as top mid-card players = ratings. I love the tension between The Hardys too in their desire to be singles stars, although Jeff can just plain fuck off with his 'more popular' comment. If I dyed my hair and wore emo clothes, I'd be that popular too Lashley to retain though I feel. That will be fun.

Mentioning Daniels, I actually wasn't even that surprised to see him drop the belt on SD! You obviously love him, so he was never getting pinned or losing on PPV, so this was a very smart way to do it. Plus ... JAMIE NOBLE IS THE CHAMP~!!! Fairly sure that's the best move you've ever made He'll carry the division well. Obviousy Sabin was winning the Battle Royal and taking their feud to a whole other level, but I wasn't expecting Kid Kash to get involved. So, from jobber to CW contender, eh?? Interesting. Noble now > SmackDown to be Flair though.

Interesting little feud you've got going between CM Punk and Booker T/New Breed too. After defeating Kash, Booker is a big step up for Punk, a former World Champ, so when he beats the Book Man, Punkster will be well on his way to mid-card glory at least.

Very intrigued by this rivalry between Mysterio and Chavo. It's completely different to the one they used in real life, so you get major props for that. Chavo is a tweener for me right now I feel, with him spearding rumours and such {Malenko getting air time }. So he's ducking Rey?? Perhaps this will be more of a friendly rivalry then, with Mysterio wanting to really prove he is the better man. I'd say a SummerSlam match personally, as the GAB might be a little soon, but you never know. I love the push Chavo is getting though. Squashing Hardcore Holly is something he would never normally be allowed to do.

The Tag Team situation is just quality. 'Nuff said really. I think it is actually a very wise decision to have The New Breed take a step back and feud with The Mexicool for a bit. They are a very new team after all. They'll be in the title hunt soon enough I'm sure. The Carolina Connection {it just slides of the tongue now } are just beasta at the moments, first beating the NB with that awesome finishing move, then calling out the Champs, and then beating The Hooligans' gauntlet time by like three minutes. This all points to London and Kendrick retaining at the GAB, but I cannot wait to see the CC with the gold eventually, as Helms and Benjamin are almost as awesome as Jamie Noble

The Trips/Steph program is still moving along slowly. The $20,000 fine probably wouldn't bother Hunter, with him being a millionaire and all. I don't know what he meant by 'get active', but I can only assume that he mights start attacking superstars during matches and stuff. Still don't have a clue though. Damn you

This was all a great read, Mac. SmackDown is still the place to be really. Can't wait for the Raw recap. Plus, Jamie Noble ...
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Predictions are welcome.

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VENGEANCE BUILD

Singles Match:
Sabu
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Montel Vontavious Porter w/Playgirls & Luther Reigns

May 28th: MVP and Sabu are on opposite ends of an eight man tag team main event, in which neither are involved in the decision.

June 4th: MVP confronts Sabu backstage, and tells him to watch what he’s gonna do to his boy, Rob Van Dam in the main event. Though MVP doesn’t get the deciding pinfall, Porter’s team does pick up the victory.

June 11th: In the first ever “VIP Lounge featuring MVP”, Montel’s first guest is … Sabu. Sabu isn’t much of a talker on Porter’s show, in fact, not saying a word. Luckily, Bill Alfonso stands by Sabu’s side and he talks up a storm, before he challenges MVP to meet Sabu at Vengeance! Porter doesn’t seem to want to back up his mouth in a one on one match, but does agree … IF Sabu can beat Luther Reigns. Coach soon sanctions both the match and the stip, and Sabu does just that, beating Reigns, and setting up the Sabu/MVP match for Vengeance.

June 18th: MVP teams up with Reigns to take on Sabu and RVD, and it’s Van Dam who picks up the win, pinning Reigns. After the match, Porter and Sabu have a stare down with MVP seemingly losing a bit of his confidence as his match with the ECW Original is now actually going to happen.

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World Tag Team Championship Match:
America’s Most Wanted vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

May 28th: The Redneck Wrecking Crew and America’s Most Wanted are forced to team up to take on the four Spirit Squad members. Storm eventually picks up the pin on Mikey, but soon after, both members of AMW are attacked by Cade & Murdoch, and each laid out by the Sweet ‘n’ Sour.

June 4th: The RWC get the night off, but America’s Most get to cut a promo. Storm and Harris split the mic time, and both state that the RWC have pissed them off more than any other tag team they’ve fought since coming here. But just like every other tag team they’ve faced, however, they’ll still be coming out on top.

June 11th: With interference banned from the match up, Harris pins Murdoch after the Catatonic. Cade comes down immediately following, only to be taken out by The Tennessee Cowboy.

June 18th: The Redneck Wrecking Crew come down to the ring (w/beer bottles in hand), and Murdoch, speaking for the duo, lays into Storm and Harris for being overhyped indy wrestlers with ‘fancy’ leather jackets and a cutesy gimmick ‘routine’. AMW come on down, and the World Tag Team Champions don’t say much, but do manage to say they’ll prove they’re worth in the ring, before The Cowboy finishes up with his ‘Sorry bout your damn luck’ catchphrase. The RWC swing their beer bottles, but AMW is ready for it, and soon clothesline Cade and Murdoch from the ring.

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Grudge Match:
Ken Doane vs. John Morrison
w/Melina

May 28th: After weeks of video package, The Shaman of Sexy, The Guru of Greatness, The Monday Night Delight is finally revealed as Johnny Nitro. Nitro and Melina inform us all that Nitro now goes by the name of John Morrison, brought on by his refinding himself after being lost for so many years, especially the last few months. Ken Doane soon makes his way to the ring, and after taking a couple of jabs at Morrison’s new attire and hairdo, challenges him to a match at Vengeance, which Melina accepts.

June 4th: John Morrison and Melina are shown through a paid advertisement, in which Morrison is given all the hype in the world as the next Austin or Hogan, before stating that his in-ring “debut” will take place next week on Raw. Doane watches in disgust.

June 11th: John Morrison has his in-ring debut, taking on a hometown jobber. He picks up the win with a corkscrew neck breaker in quick fashion. Doane competes later on in a non-title match against JBL. Not only does Doane give a strong effort, he picks up the victory with help from a returning Carlito.

June 18th: After Doane wins a match against less than stellar competition, Morrison and Melina make their presence felt, and walk on down to the ring. Once they get in, Morrison actually extends his hand to his former teammate. Doane, clearly skeptical, actually accepts the handshake, and Morrison nods, before leaving. Ross and Lawler wonder if Morrison has actually transformed into a better human being.

***

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James vs. Maria

June 4th: After informing Jonathan Coachman that she wants to take another shot at wrestling again, Maria is put into a six woman tag, teaming with Victoria and Gail Kim against Women’s Champion Mickie James, Beth Phoenix and Trish Stratus. Though it’s Vicky’s Widow’s Peak which puts Mickie down, Maria is legal, and PINS MICKIE , effectively setting herself up as the number one contender!

June 11th: Mickie James interrupts an interview of Maria’s, and wishes Maria good luck in their match at Vengeance. Maria says she’s been training really hard, and eagerly thanks Mickie and hopes that they can be friends … regardless of the outcome, which causes Mickie to scowl and move in closer to Maria, but Beth pulls Mickie away, wanting to string the ditsy Maria along.

June 18th: Maria takes on Trish Stratus one on one. Trish plays around with Maria for a bit, not nearly trying her hardest, and in the end it costs her, as Maria rolls her up in a school boy for the quick three count. Shocked and embarrassed, Trish delivers a scintillating Chick Kick to the side of Maria’s head, knocking her out. Stratus looks to continue the attack, but Mickie and Beth run down to the ring, and … protect Maria? Not for long, as they soon double clothesline poor Maria down! Once more, a Maria beating is cut short, as Victoria and Gail run down to the ring.

***

Fatal Four Way; #1 Contender’s Match:
Victoria vs. Trish Stratus vs. Gail Kim vs. Beth Phoenix

May 28th: Mickie James & Beth Phoenix to take on Gail Kim & Victoria, and just like in weeks past, Trish Stratus stops Mickie from getting pinned. Later that night, Trish is asked about her actions, and she explains that if Mickie is not pinned, no one can be named the number one contender. That is, of course, until she pins Mickie.

June 4th: Maria teams with Victoria and Gail Kim against Women’s Champion Mickie James, Beth Phoenix and Trish Stratus. Though it’s Vicky’s Widow’s Peak which puts Mickie down, Maria is legal, and pins Mickie, effectively setting herself up as the number one contender!

June 11th: Jonathan Coachman announces a fatal four way at Vengeance between Gail, Beth, Victoria and Trish with the winner gaining a title shot after Vengeance.

June 18th: Maria takes on Trish Stratus one on one. Trish plays around with Maria for a bit, not nearly trying her hardest, and in the end it costs her, as Maria rolls her up in a school boy for the quick three count. Shocked and embarrassed, Trish delivers a scintillating Chick Kick to the side of Maria’s head, knocking her out. Stratus looks to continue the attack, but Mickie and Beth run down to the ring, and … protect Maria? Not for long, as they soon double clothesline poor Maria down! Once more, a Maria beating is cut short, as Victoria and Gail run down to the ring.

***

Intercontinental Championship; Texas Bull Rope Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield
w/Angelina Williamsvs. Carlito

May 28th: JBL comes down to the ring with Angelina Williams* and explains his hanging of Carlito last week, as a message to Carlito that a spot at the top of the roster includes going through JBL, and that just doesn’t happen. Layfield then says the time for comedy is over, and he effectively ‘killed’ that … when he damn near killed Carlito.

June 4th: JBL defends his IC Title against former IC Champion Val Venis, defeating the faux porn star in four minutes with the Clothesline from Hell. After the match, Carlito appears on the titantron, looking a bit worse for wear, and informs Layfield that a match between the two of them has been made for Vengeance … for the Intercontinental Championship … in a Texas Bull Rope Match! Carly then promises to do the same thing to Layfield that JBL did to him.

June 11th: Layfield takes on Ken Doane in a non-title contest, but is cost the match up when Carlito returns, interferes, drills Layfield with the cowbell on a bull rope, which busts JBL open, and allows Doane to pick up the win.

June 18th: Carlito hosts Carlito’s Cabana with JBL as his guest. JBL talks about winning his first WWE Championship in a Texas Bull Rope Match first, then Layfield comments that he’s also been on the Cabana before, just before WrestleMania, but the result AT Vengeance will be much, much different from WM, and if Carly isn’t careful, Layfield might finish what he started. Lito takes what JBL says all in … and doesn’t even utter a word in response. JBL yells at him to say something, but Carlito remains quiet, scowl on his face as he glares at the IC Champion. The two continue to look in the eyes of one another, and finally, JBL gulps in fear, seeing how serious and pissed off Carlito actually is. JBL quickly leaves the ring and heads back up the ramp, with Angelina in tow, before looking back once more, as Carlito continues to shoot daggers at him with his eyes.
*btw, didn’t like the way Angel Williams sounded, tbh.

***

Hardcore Match:
Cactus Jack vs. ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga
w/AAE

May 28th:
Cactus Jack, RVD, Sabu & Charlie Haas take on Umaga, Big Show, MVP & Luther Reigns. Jack’s team picks up the victory after Cactus hits a Double Arm DDT on The Big Show. That’s not the end of it, however. Cactus reaches under the ring and grabs a BARBWIRE 2x4! Porter and Reigns both scatter, and Estrada pulls Umaga away. Show isn’t so lucky, and Cactus goes to work on him, drilling the seven footer with the 2x4 to the face over … and over … and over again! Paul Heyman yells for Umaga and Estrada to help Show, but AAE refuses and drags Mags away from ringside, while Cactus continues to assault Show as we go off the air.

June 4th: Armando Estrada comes down to the ring, and says that he’s gotten word that The Big Show ended up with severe damage to his right eye, and may not ever compete again. AAE then … laughs at Show, saying he should’ve been smarter or got a smarter manager. Estrada then moves onto Cactus and states that even though he wants no part of Cactus, Umaga does, and then lays down a challenge for a Hardcore Match at Vengeance.

June 11th: In a pre-taped promo, Cactus Jack cuts a promo on Umaga littered with those analogies he loves so much, and accepts the challenge for a Hardcore Match at Vengeance. He then says that he’ll be at Raw next week and plans to give Umaga just a preview of what he can expect.

June 18th: AAE and Umaga come down to the ring, and before Estrada can get out a full sentence, Cactus Jack comes down to the ring. And as quickly as Jack interrupted AAE, security guards get in between the two stars even quicker. Cactus calls for a microphone, and he and Estrada begin to exchange words on the microphone, with Cactus gaining the better of the exchange. Jack states that he’s not out for a win at Vengeance, nor is he out to put Umaga on the shelf like he did to him, because he doesn’t think Umaga understands the concept of time. Therefore, he’s out to make sure Umaga never walks again, never sees again … never breathes again. Those words shake Estrada up big time, but Umaga shows no fear, angrily glaring at the hardcore legend.

***

WWE Championship; Five Way Sudden Death Match:
‘The Legend Killer’ Randy Orton
w/RKO Army …
vs. Rob Van Dam w/Bill Alfonso vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge w/Lita

May 28th: Edge and Kurt Angle continue to roll, defeating Chris Masters and Joey Mercury clean, respectively. In the semi-main event, Randy Orton and Shawn Michaels do battle. HBK drills Orton with Sweet Chin Music, but doesn’t get to pin him, because the RKO Army, Masters and Mercury, attack! Edge and Angle make the save, but soon thereafter, The Wrestling Machine and The Rated R Superstar get into an argument, each man wanting a piece of Orton. Randy manages to get out of dodge as Edge and Angle stay at each other’s throats.

June 4th: The June 4th program kicks off with Edge, HBK, RVD, Angle and Orton all in the ring with upwards of a dozen security guards surrounding the ring. The five stars immediately begin arguing, until Jonathan Coachman comes out and announces that the five men will be involved in an eight man tag team main event tag tonight, with Orton teaming up with his RKO Army and MVP to take on Edge, Michaels, Angle and Van Dam. And if any of the four challengers don’t work for the benefit of their team here tonight, than that man, or those men, will be removed from the Vengeance main event.
Later on in the night, Angle, HBK, Edge and Van Dam attempt to get on the same page in the locker room, but the egos of all four men, combined with Michaels snide remarks that RVD shouldn’t even be there, causes there to be a huge argument.
In the main event, the miscommunications and bickering continue between the four title challengers, which eventually allows Orton to hit the RKO on Angle and pick up the victory. The Legend Killer quickly scurries up the ramp with his title, as inside the ring, all hell breaks loose!! Michaels continues to talk trash and gets slugged in the face by Van Dam, while the frustration of Edge and Angle boils over as well, and they begin to brawl. Orton watches from the top of the ramp with a smirk, watching his title challengers destroy one another.

June 11th: Backstage, Michaels confronts RVD. HBK tells him to not to bother to show up to Vengeance, because when it comes to the big stages, just like at Backlash, Michaels will run him out of the building. Van Dam fires back, calling Michaels’ jealousy over Van Dam’s popularity and skill “embarrassing”, before he storms off, leaving an incredibly furious HBK {RVD might’ve touched on something there ~__~}. In the main event, Edge takes on Kurt Angle. The two megastars show that they haven’t lost any of the chemistry they had five years ago, putting on a tremendous fifteen minute match up. In the end though, a distraction from Randy Orton allows Angle to hit the Angle Slam on Edge to pick up the win.
Still pissed from earlier, Shawn Michaels sprints down to the ring, and lays Angle out with Sweet Chin Music! He then grabs Edge, and tosses him over the top rope down to the floor below. RVD comes down to the ring, and after a brief brawl with Michaels, HBK lays him out as well with a steel chair! Orton watches in fear, as Michaels signals that he’s gonna take the WWE Championship. HBK then gives the crowd a couple of crotch chops to their chagrin.

June 18th: Van Dam finds himself on the outs of the main storyline this week, as he teams up with Sabu to take on MVP & Luther Reigns. Luckily for him, he gets the pin, hitting the Five Star Frog Splash on Reigns for the win, picking up momentum before Vengeance.
With the news that hated rivals, Edge and Randy Orton, must team up together to face Shawn Michaels and Kurt Angle, one would expect there to be fireworks. And that’s what we got. Less than fifteen minutes into the night, Orton meets up with Lita backstage, and intimidates her, telling her to deliver a message to her boyfriend. The WWE Champion tells her …
“even though we’re teaming together for the first time tonight, Vengeance will be a sight all too familiar for Edge. It’ll be the exact same as WrestleMania 23, it’ll be exactly the same as Backlash, and every other time I’ve put this belt on the line. I’ll be holding this title up, and Edge will staring up at the lights. And Lita, (rubs her face, but she snatches away) that’s not arrogance … it’s destiny”.
After getting word from Lita about Orton’s actions, Edge meets up with him in his locker room, and drops him with a hard right, mere moments before they have to team together!
In the actual main event caliber match up, the hatred between Orton and Edge is far too much to put behind them as the two superstars spend the ENTIRE match bitching at one another, which allows Michaels to hit the Sweet Chin Music on Orton, and Angle to hit The Angle Slam on Edge, and HBK pins Orton.
The final closing shot of the Raw broadcast is a disturbing one to say the least. Edge and Lita leave the building, carrying their bags, but once they reach their car … Edge is attacked by the RKO Army!! Orton watches on with a smirk, as Masters and Mercury kick the crap out of The Rated R Superstar slamming him against the hard car several times, while Lita begs her former teammates to stop. With Edge on his hands and knees, trying to get his wits about himself, Orton calls off Masters and Mercury. Orton then backs up, before charging forward, AND PUNTS EDGE RIGHT IN THE HEAD!!!!! Lita lets out an ear-piercing scream as Orton smugly stares down at a completely motionless Edge. The show closes with Lita crying over Edge, while even Masters and Mercury stare at the cold Orton with fear.

***

Official Vengeance Card

WWE Championship; Five Way Sudden Death Match:
‘The Legend Killer’ Randy Orton
w/RKO Army vs.
Rob Van Dam
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge w/Lita

Hardcore Match:
Cactus Jack vs. ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga
w/AAE

Intercontinental Championship; Texas Bull Rope Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield
w/Angelina Williams vs. Carlito

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Fatal Four Way; #1 Contender’s Match:
Victoria vs. Trish Stratus vs. Gail Kim vs. Beth Phoenix

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James vs. Maria

Grudge Match:
Ken Doane vs. John Morrison
w/Melina

World Tag Team Championship Match:
America’s Most Wanted vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

Singles Match:
Sabu
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Montel Vontavious Porter w/Playgirls & Luther Reigns

***

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Re: 2007 & Beyond - The Second Fucking Coming

Before I start, Orton using the punt to the head is pretty lame. I would've thought a booker of your calibre wouldn't need to copy what the E have been using for months already. Pretty disappointing tbh.

WWE Championship; Five Way Sudden Death Match:
‘The Legend Killer’ Randy Orton w/RKO Army vs.
Rob Van Dam w/Bill Alfonso vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge w/Lita

Orton ain't losing just yet. But it's gotta be soon, his run is starting to get a little meh'ish with the constant Edge attacks etc. Brilliant booking here tho, gonna be a real ratings grabber.

Hardcore Match:
Cactus Jack vs. ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga w/AAE

Foley never wins Hardcore matches. Umaga's stepping stone further up the card tbh.

Intercontinental Championship; Texas Bull Rope Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield w/Angelina Williams vs. Carlito

JBL is far too good for CCC. He's a better name, he's the bigger star, he SHOULD win.

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Fatal Four Way; #1 Contender’s Match:
Victoria vs. Trish Stratus vs. Gail Kim vs. Beth Phoenix

Trish > All. Altho, looking at the competition, any could win and it'd be a good move. It's a utter disgrace to see Maria near the Women's title in such a smart booker's thread however. Credibility continues to move away from the Women's title atm...

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James vs. Maria

. Now this is just disgusting.

Grudge Match:
Ken Doane vs. John Morrison w/Melina

Not a fan of Doane at all, he should be jobbed. Morrison has some potential atleast.

World Tag Team Championship Match:
America’s Most Wanted vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

Pot shot guess really.

Singles Match:
Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. Montel Vontavious Porter w/Playgirls & Luther Reigns

MVP's push continues, but please don't shove him into a title feud soon. He needs time.

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Re: 2007 & Beyond - The Second Fucking Coming

Official Vengeance Card

WWE Championship; Five Way Sudden Death Match:
‘The Legend Killer’ Randy Orton[/B] w/RKO Army vs.
Rob Van Dam
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge w/Lita

Winner: Randy Orton



Hardcore Match:
Cactus Jack vs. ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga
w/AAE

Intercontinental Championship; Texas Bull Rope Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield
w/Angelina Williams vs. Carlito

Winner: JBL

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Fatal Four Way; #1 Contender’s Match:
Victoria vs. Trish Stratus vs. Gail Kim vs. Beth Phoenix

Winner: Trish Stratus

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James vs. Maria

Winner: Mickie James

Grudge Match:
Ken Doane vs. John Morrison
w/Melina


Winner: John Morrison

World Tag Team Championship Match:
America’s Most Wanted vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew


Winner: AMW

Singles Match:
Sabu
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Montel Vontavious Porter w/Playgirls & Luther Reigns


Winner: MVP

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Official Vengeance Card

WWE Championship; Five Way Sudden Death Match:
‘The Legend Killer’ Randy Orton
w/RKO Army vs.
Rob Van Dam
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge w/Lita
Hardcore Match:
Cactus Jack vs. ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga
w/AAE
Intercontinental Championship; Texas Bull Rope Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield
w/Angelina Williams vs. Carlito

---

Fatal Four Way; #1 Contender’s Match:
Victoria vs. Trish Stratus vs. Gail Kim vs. Beth Phoenix

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James vs. Maria

Grudge Match:
Ken Doane vs. John Morrison
w/Melina

World Tag Team Championship Match:
America’s Most Wanted vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

Singles Match:
Sabu
w/Bill Alfonso vs. Montel Vontavious Porter w/Playgirls & Luther Reigns
(winners in black)

Just a couple of random notes on the show:

-I don't think Orton is ready to lose the WWE Championship yet. Really the best way to end this feud would be Edge to finally beat Orton for the WWE Championship at SummerSlam in a big gimmick match, imo. Although, I could actually see you giving someone else (probably Kurt Angle) the title, as the Edge/Orton rivalry has become so personal it could actually continue without the title being involved anymore.

One question though - what do "Sudden Death Rules" mean for the 5-Way match?

-I think you should've had only one Diva match on a PPV, as I feel one match is enough. The #1 Contender's match could've been done on a RAW. I think you'll continue this thing you've got going between Trish and Mickie.

-Carlito to go over JBL is a guess on my part, simply because I think most people will go with JBL to win this and you'll go for the swerve. However in booking terms, as Renegade said, JBL should go over.

-MVP's push will continue, and maybe you can start pushing him towards some gold soon.

Looking forward to Vengeance,
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