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Great American Bash Predics

Cruiser title match to open the show. I can see Noble retaining and continue his feud with Kash. Kash getting the title in a triple threat would be a nice surprise for me but you already did that with Edge so I'm picking Jamie Noble to retain. On the other hand, Sabin could pick up the belt and have Kash and Noble feud without the title and Sabin could get new challengers

CM Punk over Regal for obvious reasons. Booker will probably be a factor

Finlay will probably go over Henry considering the no holds barred match few weeks ago. T-Lo will try and help Henry but will get hurt real bad (Vicky's wheelchair sort of stunt). Just a plain guess at something

Bobby Lashley will retain the title and lose it at 'Slam or SmackDown a little later on imo. Daniels also has a slim chance of taking the title but I can't see him defend it against Bobby at a rematch and retain just like that

Carolina Connection gets the titles in the only title change of the event. New tag teams in the title picture afterwards. I see either a multiple team sort of match at 'Slam or no title defense at all

Chavo Guerrero has been built up to the point that him going over Rey wouldn't be much of a surprise. Honestly, I'd be surprised if Rey wins here. The victory for Chavo Guerrero. Both to chase the cruiser title afterwards imo

The main event tag match has had a lot of buildup, probably more than it deserves. A match like this couldn't headline a PPV in this era and NWO of 07 proved it. But the elements in the match should make it good. Cena vs. Kennedy will not happen at SummerSlam. Batista vs. Kennedy doesn't deserve another top PPV spot imo. Rock vs. Kennedy seems the most logical choice but Mr. Kennedy gets the win in screwjob fashion thanks to a returning Triple H. Steph to turn heel soon afterwards on SD imo

Average card tbh. Rey|Chavo and the Triple H situation intrigue me most. Might edit some SmackDown feedback soon...

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SmackDown Feedback

The show started off in an amazing way. Rock and KK will have an amazing program but I don't think it'll come at SummerSlam. I see Cena vs. Rock at 'Slam. KK just about looked like Superman until the real Superman took back his spot. Honestly, I don't know how Kennedy's competing after passing out earlier in the night. Cena looked invincible

Steph and T Lo mesh well together (not in that way). This builds some steam for Finlay|Henry at 'Slam. Regal|Punk is something I don't want to see on PPV and this promo didn't tempt me either. Not saying that it was bad but it's not the best way to propel a weak feud higher up. Now Guerrero|Rey on the other hand is something that has captured my interest. They can have a classic at the Bash if it's a clean match and by the looks of it, seems that way. Chavo beating Rey clean = buyrates

This is the best tag team feud in this thread. The in-ring stuff has the potential to be spectacular and the history is good too. Sabin looked strong coming off this match but Kash looked stronger. Moreover, Noble looked a champion that is going to face overwhelming odds, which is integral for a three way buildup

Rey did the same thing that Chavo did and that's get me pumped for the biggest match in the GAB (imo). Oh, how I miss midcard feuds on TV. Henry|Finlay is looking nice for the steel cage match. Innnovative booking is your friend for any gimmick match so I'll look for something unorthodox. Teddy getting squashed is fab.

Great interview and did a great job to put this match over. I'm expecting a very high position on the card. All four will break out as superstars soon

John Cena has the least chance of the four come the Bash imo. The Triple H promo was a great follow-up to last week's. Not quite as good but Trips put over his offer in a great way. The GAB card lacked in depth but this added quite a bit to it. I don't see Steph and Trips fighting much more although this kind of characterization of both are amazing. Triple H vs. Kennedy or Triple H vs. Batista vs. Kennedy at 'Slam imo and after Trips fails to capture the gold, Steph will turn heel and even if Trips manages to win the title, Steph will join him. That's my analysis of the plot in the coming month. As I said before, phenomenal storyline, drag it out as long as you can and keep delivering these promos in full

Daniels looked super strong against Lashley. But ulike for everybody else that just increases his chances of winning the title but I still see Lashley holding on to it. Hardyz are way too one dimensional. Depth plz, atleast an part of what Triple H and Stephanie have. Kennedy obviously alluding to the Rock even though he sounded mysterious. Rock won't face Ken though, he has unfinished business with a certain someone

Big time main event and a great way to close the show. A brawl will always increase people's incentive to buy the event. Overall I thought the show was stacked. As I stated earlier, Bash looks average from my view. And now that all of that is finished and if all of my predictions are wrong, then the Undertaker might also hind a return come the Bash, which will probably push another huge storyline on SmackDown. Goodluck with Bash, Mac. Will look for it
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Mega Tag Team Match:
World Hvwt. Champion Mr. Kennedy & ‘The Great One’ The Rock vs.
‘The Boss’ John Cena & ‘The Animal’ Batista w/‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
{If The Rock, Cena or Batista pick up the deciding fall, they earn a World Title Match at SummerSlam; if Kennedy wins, he chooses his SS opponent.}

Triple H’s Championship Fate:
Stephanie McMahon decides on The Game’s World Title Fate

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WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection

A Matter of Respect:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero

Steel Cage Match:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry

United States Championship; Fatal Four Way Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
vs. ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger

Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Jamie Noble vs. Chris Sabin vs. Kid Kash

Singles Match:
William Regal vs. CM Punk
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SmackDown! Feedback


Solid opening to the show, Mac Daddy, with the first REAL promo showdown between SmackDown's four top dogs. Liking the building of tension FINALLY between Kennedy and Rock, as they've been a bit too friendly friendly with one another for my liking. I'm glad that Batista and Cena weren't on the same page much either, though you had me worried when Naitch started talking up a storm for them both. No heel stable with them please; Cena's better as a bastard loner in my opinion. Not too keen of Kennedy and Rock getting owned at the end either, but hopefully KK evens up the score on The Boss tonight heading into the 'Bash. I doubt it though. DQ finish more likely.

Once you start writing SD! in full again I have a feeling that T-Lo might start pushing Estrada for the 'Top Manager' award in your thread. He's entertaining even in recap form. Obviously he's going to get killed by Finlay tonight, and he's DEFINITELY taking a major bump off the cage at the 'Bash like all heel managers should. I wonder though, will Henry and Hunter have a showdown in the future sometime?

Regal = awesome. It's a shame he's going to have to lose at the 'Bash, but when it's losing to CM Punk, it's for the greater good. Will killing jobbers always looks better than when other people do it.
More mic time for the Punkster though plz.

Good lord, how serious is this business between Chavo and Rey now? Sit down interviews always signal the epitamy of seriousness, with nothing funny whatsoever going on in the feud. This is how it's been with Rey and Chavo for a long, long time. Chavito to go over though. I loved the line, establishing himself as a true force in this business. Makes me think ole' Chavito Heat will be getting quite a sweet push after beating Rey ... I like it.

Hooligans/CC OWNS completely, and the kind of push you're giving this feud makes me expect big things come the 'Bash. Looking forward to their in ring confrontation later.

Noble loses?? Nooooo. Well, at least he's going to retain at the 'Bash. I've lost count of the score between these three guys in recent weeks. Could be a showstealer at the PPV.

Sorry, Rey, but you're just not as interesting as Chavo anymore. For a Battle of Respect gimmick, this ends at the 'Bash in all likelihood, with a Chavito win. Really good build with this one though, Mac. Subtle build always are the most effective.

Oh dear, T-Lo got his ass kicked. No real surprises there, but at least it ended all even at the end of the show with yet another security guard stalemate. I'm still pulling for Finlay at the 'Bash, because, well, he IS better than Henry when it comes down to it. T-Lo is awesome though.

Short but sweet in-ring segment from The Hooligans and The Carolina Connection, which kind of sums up their entire feud. None of the promos between these guys have been very long, but they've been very effective. Josh Matthews conducting the in-ring interview when you have Tazz, Styles and Cole right there? Odd to say the least. Unfortunately for London and Kendrick, Benjamin and Helms are taking the gold this Sunday I think, with a Ladder match feud decider down the line perhaps.

Cena summed up exactly why he won't be the one winning this Sunday. He and Kennedy have had ENOUGH matches to last me a lifetime. The Boss might even be the one taking the fall ... thanks to Taker? It's hard to predict really, since you've given NO hints at all as to when the Deadman is returning, though in Naitch's thread ... hinting at the ABA gimmick coming back ... really?

Christ, Hunter's hype for the potential showdown he might have with Kennedy got my mouth watering Another very nice segment between he and Steph, with Trips using a different tactic to last week: money. Kennedy/Helmsley is a money match apparently. At this point it's definitely better than Batista/KK or Cena/KK ... but is it better than Rock/KK?? Really looking forward to Hunter's segment this Sunday ... just don't pull another Judgment Day plz.

Well, I certainly wasn't expecting Lashley to get quite so owned right before the PPV. I thought he'd dominate, so that Daniels might win, but the Fallen Angel looked pretty strong here, so maybe he won't take the belt. Though I can see the 'injury' to Lashley's shoulder being used as a way to cost him the belt and it not really be his fault. Flat run in from The Hardys. They need to be more interesting.

Kennedy gets the last interview. Sweet. He's like ... a mini Rock. I could definitely see that match headlining SummerSlam now ... with Rock putting over the future of the business ... awesome.

Ugh, Kennedy looked like a bit of a bitch in the end against Cena, and was made to look as though he would lose if it wasn't for Rocky's untimely interference. I absolutely LOVE the way this business between Rock and Kennedy is going now. This tag team match at the 'Bash is going to be wild as hell, seriously. No one really was left on top, but I would think that Kennedy is winning at the 'Bash to keep your unique World Heavyweight Champion looking strong. Rock's a possibility, but Cena or Big Dave? Nah, they're one-on-one feud with KK days are over. I'm going to predict Kennedy/Rock at 'Slam, but I don't know what Cena and 'Tista will do. Maybe a heel/heel match up to see who the top dog is? Would be cool. They're both over enough to pull it off though.

Final Card for The Great American Bash
July 22nd, 2007
San Jose, California

Mega Tag Team Match:
World Hvwt. Champion Mr. Kennedy & ‘The Great One’ The Rock vs.
‘The Boss’ John Cena & ‘The Animal’ Batista w/‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
{If The Rock, Cena or Batista pick up the deciding fall, they earn a World Title Match at SummerSlam; if Kennedy wins, he chooses his SS opponent.}

KK gets the pin after a miscommunication between Cena and Batista, leading to a big heel showdown at SummerSlam between The Boss and The Animal. Rocky and Kennedy have an altercation too. Kennedy chooses Rock on SD!

Triple H’s Championship Fate:
Stephanie McMahon decides on The Game’s World Title Fate

Hunter's getting owned again me thinks.

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WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection

They just CAN'T lose again and expect to still be the #1 Contenders. It's their time. Ladder Match rematch tbh.

A Matter of Respect:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero

Chavo > Rey. Ignore those other jobbers ... except for Reney. I touch myself to Robbie Keane posters btw.

Steel Cage Match:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry

Why do I love this feud? T-Lo maybe. Finlay to head on up though.

United States Championship; Fatal Four Way Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
vs. ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger

You mark for Daniels way too much, and he's definitely getting the duke by pinning one of the Hardys ... Jeff plz. Bobby still looks like a beast though.

Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Jamie Noble vs. Chris Sabin vs. Kid Kash

No way does he drop the title yet.

Singles Match:
William Regal vs. CM Punk

Punk's first loss won't be at a PPV if you plan on making him anything good.
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Final Card for The Great American Bash
July 22nd, 2007
San Jose, California


Mega Tag Team Match:
World Hvwt. Champion Mr. Kennedy & ‘The Great One’ The Rock vs.
‘The Boss’ John Cena & ‘The Animal’ Batista w/‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
{If The Rock, Cena or Batista pick up the deciding fall, they earn a World Title Match at SummerSlam; if Kennedy wins, he chooses his SS opponent.}

I see Kennedy winning and then maybe choosing Triple H.

Triple H’s Championship Fate:
Stephanie McMahon decides on The Game’s World Title Fate

Stephanie is going to grant it I think, I love what you're doing with this mind. I love Triple H manipulating her.

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WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection

Carolina Connection have been built up well and I see you making them win.

A Matter of Respect:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero

Could be the momentum Rey needs to get onto bigger and better things.

Steel Cage Match:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry

Will be a brawl and T-Lo will get involved but I doubt Henry will win, well I hope he doesn't.

United States Championship; Fatal Four Way Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
vs. ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger

Lashley won't lose - he's a beast

Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Jamie Noble vs. Chris Sabin vs. Kid Kash

The most credible, imo.

Singles Match:
William Regal vs. CM Punk

He won't lose yet.


This PPV looks the sex Mac' it would disappoint. Will definitely read it.
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Final Card for The Great American Bash
July 22nd, 2007
San Jose, California

Mega Tag Team Match:
World Hvwt. Champion Mr. Kennedy & ‘The Great One’ The Rock vs.
‘The Boss’ John Cena & ‘The Animal’ Batista w/‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
{If The Rock, Cena or Batista pick up the deciding fall, they earn a World Title Match at SummerSlam; if Kennedy wins, he chooses his SS opponent.}

Triple H’s Championship Fate:
Stephanie McMahon decides on The Game’s World Title Fate

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WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection

A Matter of Respect:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero

Steel Cage Match:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry

United States Championship; Fatal Four Way Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
vs. ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger

Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Jamie Noble vs. Chris Sabin vs. Kid Kash

Singles Match:
William Regal vs. CM Punk

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July 20th Smackdown! Feedback


Awesome say to kick off the show, with the five most entertaining guys on SD all in the ring together. Everyone knew that the tension between Rock and KK was going to start at some time and we saw the first glimpse of it right here. Great back and forth between all five guys, and now we get the tension between Cena and Batista, with both wanting a shot at KK. Cena locking in the STFU heading into the Main Event tonight is big … and a win over KK would make him the favorite heading into the GAB.

T-Lo thinking that Steph sent Triple H after him may be a little foreshadowing for what will happen … when Steph and H get on the same side. Finlay vs. Teddy is interesting but the match won’t be pretty, with Mark Henry playing a big part only two days before his SC encounter with the Irishman.

Regal over Funaki sent a message to CM Punk … that Regal could be a great competitor when he is pissed off. Regal calls out Punk but the great young superstar simply stays at the top of the ramp, pissing Regal off even more before their match at the GAB. Really looking forward to seeing where Punk goes after that match.

After all that has been done in the whole Rey-Chavo saga, the sit-down interview was good for the final hype. Chavo is acting kinda like we have seen Eddie act in the past … he is a heel but doesn’t seem like the violent type. Glad that Chavo wants to step up in the WWE and his match against Rey will be solid … more feedback in the predictions, imo.

Hype video for the Hooligans vs. CC feud wasn’t necessary but it was a very nice touch. Helms and Benjamin are the more talented team … but they have reasons to be frustrated against London and Kendrick. Confrontation later sounds the sex.

The triple threat match for the CW Title at the GAB is looking good and glad that Sabin gets his chance at Noble … like Kash did last week. Kash distracts Noble long enough for Sabin to get the victory, making him look very strong heading into Sunday. Should be an awesome match between these three.

Knew that the interview with Rey was coming and he has a different opinion about the match at the GAB. Chavo has done some bad stuff to Rey and Rey just wants the respect from Chavo … but I don’t see that happening.

Pretty much how I expected the match between T-Lo and Finlay to go down. I thought that Henry might get in a clean shot on Finlay but neither man caused much damage, with Finlay just simply throwing Henry over the top. Finlay gets the win and the staredown between the two was great hype for their big STEEL CAGE encounter in two days time … should be a “slobberknocker”.

Good in-ring interview by both teams … with Matthews serving as the reason that all four men are in the ring. Helms was in character, stating that the feud is only about the tag team titles. I liked London’s line about the fact that the titles make the feud personal. Good back and forth between Kendrick and Shelton to end the segment, with this being one of the most anticipated matches on the card for the GAB.

Good interview from Cena and I like that he has stayed intense throughout this entire feud with The Rock, Batista, and KK. He is very confident that he is going to SS … but that won’t happen, imo. Flair and Batista can’t be happy at the fact that Cena is so arrogant heading into the PPV.

I am absolutely lovin’ the whole thing going on between H and Steph. Triple H wanted the answer this week … but everyone knew we’d have to wait until the GAB. He makes the bid for the match but Steph doesn’t seem too convinced … and then Triple H puts on the charm. Great speech by The Game, really hyping up the possible match between Triple H and Kennedy. I love how he put down the other three challengers and made the bid for himself. Not as awesome as last week’s confrontation … but a stellar promo nonetheless.

Great to see Daniels get the match against Lashley, just two days before the big 4-way contest. Good chemistry between these two … but then Lashley seems to be hurt. Not sure if this is a work or a “legit” injury … usually you’d see Daniels do more to the US Champ. If Lashley is hurt, then he’d be dropping the belt for sure at GAB. Matt and Jeff come to the ring and I love the big showdown between the brothers, with both wanting to hold the prestigious title.

Interesting interview from KK. He definitely isn’t the favorite heading into the main event, based on what happened to him earlier. Match with Cena should be good but the last comment makes me think that if KK wins … Rock or H will be getting the shot at SS.

Would have liked a little more detail in the main event, but the aftermath was good. KK and Cena go for a decent amount of time, with Cena looking like he will get the win … ROCK BOTTOM~! Two straight weeks with the RB to Cena and the big brawl between the four to end the show just gives the match at the GAB even more hype … can’t wait.

Overall, great way to get the final hype in for the PPV. Every segment/match served its purpose and I really can’t wait for the PPV. Awesome job by making the Mega Tag Team match even more intriguing, with the tension between both sides. Good job, 9/10.

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Final Card for The Great American Bash
July 22nd, 2007
San Jose, California

Mega Tag Team Match:
World Hvwt. Champion Mr. Kennedy & ‘The Great One’ The Rock vs.
‘The Boss’ John Cena & ‘The Animal’ Batista w/‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
{If The Rock, Cena or Batista pick up the deciding fall, they earn a World Title Match at SummerSlam; if Kennedy wins, he chooses his SS opponent.}

Contrary to what everyone believes … I think that KK vs. Batista III has to happen. I don’t know when the final encounter would be if it isn’t at SS. I see the end of the match going down with Batista and Rock as the legal men, where Cena comes in and F-U’s Rock … before Batista throws Cena out of the ring. Batista will face KK … and Rock will face Cena at SS. Too early for ‘Taker’s big return, imo.

Triple H’s Championship Fate:
Stephanie McMahon decides on The Game’s World Title Fate

Stephanie knows more than she is letting on, imo. Triple H may think that he has her fooled … but he doesn’t. Steph makes The Game earn his WHC shot … and he is pissed beyond belief. Hope this segment is written in full, tbh.

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WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection

The CC can’t lose to these guys again. I am gonna go with new Tag Team Champions and a possible Ladder or 2 of 3 falls match to end the feud at SS.

A Matter of Respect:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero

This feud is far from over. Rey gets the win with some sort of roll-up or small package, with Chavo possibily going nuts after the match is over.

Steel Cage Match:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry

Finlay >>> Henry in almost every way … this brutal of a match will make neither man look weak and would be a good way to get Finlay into the US Title scene.

United States Championship; Fatal Four Way Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
vs. ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger

I think that you are using the injury to keep Lashley looking strong but to also have him drop the belt. Matt is the best choice as the new champion and I see him jumping into a feud with Daniels before the inevitable feud with his younger brother.

Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Jamie Noble vs. Chris Sabin vs. Kid Kash

Noble just got the belt and neither Kash nor Sabin deserves to hold it yet, imo. Should be an exciting match though.

Singles Match:
William Regal vs. CM Punk

Punk is the future of Smackdown … I don’t see him losing until No Mercy at the earliest.




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Mega Tag Team Match:
World Hvwt. Champion Mr. Kennedy & ‘The Great One’ The Rock vs.
‘The Boss’ John Cena & ‘The Animal’ Batista w/‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
{If The Rock, Cena or Batista pick up the deciding fall, they earn a World Title Match at SummerSlam; if Kennedy wins, he chooses his SS opponent.}

Kennedy will pick up the win and chose Triple H.

Triple H’s Championship Fate:
Stephanie McMahon decides on The Game’s World Title Fate

She'll say not but it won't matter 'cause Kennedy will chose him.

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WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The Hooligans vs. The Carolina Connection

Love this team.

A Matter of Respect:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero

Seen it before but Guerrero for the push.

Steel Cage Match:
‘The Fighting Irishman’ Finlay vs. ‘The Silverback’ Mark Henry

United States Championship; Fatal Four Way Match:
‘The Real Deal’ Bobby Lashley vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
vs. ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels w/Allison Danger

Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Jamie Noble vs. Chris Sabin vs. Kid Kash

Singles Match:
William Regal vs. CM Punk
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Seems the WWE Title situation is a clusterfuck, which always makes for fun. Could see an Elimination Chamber coming soon. Orton’s Army seeming to be on the verge of explosion most definitely = ratings. 8 man battle royal seems an add # of cats, but at least only the actual potential contenders are there, rather than a 20 man with 12 wannabes.

Victoria > Gail Kim. Embrace between the two = meh.

Almost spaced JBL as IC Champ. Awesomeness for sure.

JBL was good as always. Did well putting himself over, and seems very confident going into the battle royal.

Gotta agree with Morrison on the ‘Phenom’ knock. How long have I been saying this? Monday > Doane. And hell, for that matter, Nitro > Morrison. Anyway, really like this segment. So realistic in presentation. I could envision it happening, and it now makes the ‘Manipulation’ tagline make sense. Orton was very convincing here in presenting his argument. Melina was good too.

Can’t deny the meh’ishness of Mercury and Masters being Orton’s partners though. I know I’ve been ragging on the thing for months, but geez. Orton >>>>>> them. And I don’t have any serious problems with either, especially Joey.

Coach being infatuated with Beth is an intriguing side angle for sure. Anyway, I guess Mickie is hurt then?

Doane vs. Striker = Meh. Sorry.

Quite awesome segment between the divas there. Vicky seems to be snapping as the face, while Mickie is the heel. Now am I correct that Mickie’s been in her original heel character all this time (like since pre-Mania 22)? Anyway, Vicky sure made Mickie look like a bitch here, no pun intended.

Wonderful segment with MVP. Love the character, the expose, and Luther as his bodyguard. The insults were great, as was his being manipulated by Orton. Really fun show tonight.

Bizarre to have Ranjin as interviewer? WTF? I’m with HBK, where the fuck is Maria. Anyway, HBK was good trying to be hip and all. Hated the corny childish shot at RVD, and I didn’t like him assuming guys were ‘whacking off’ in their dressing rooms. Funny and all, but not realistic. Other than that, spot on. He obviously won’t win though.

Who in the name of who’s is Bobby Mcnabb? Short work by Haas. Seems as though everyone always tries to make Haas take a peculiar role, as they can’t seem to figure out what to do with him. I can understand that, but its nothing new at this point. I’ll tell you the only way to get Haas over, and over well. Give him a tag team partner and a manager who can talk, tell everyone he’s Charming, and let him simply work in the ring. *Cough* Midnight Express *Cough*.

JBL’s chicken is worried. Tell me again, who the hell is she? How she get with booger?

Sort of a mixed bag of Angle there, with his not so intense and intense sides meeting in the middle. BE interesting to see where you take Angle., I could see an Angle-HBK match on the cards for SummerSlam, assuming they lose.

Decent eight man tag to get the boys out there. Love the RWC, and glad they have the gold. The rest of the division needs some freshening up I think. Tag teams, quite obviously, are very important to me. I’d like to see some new teams created. Also, I wish you’d have called DH just Harry Smith. I mean DH, WTF?

Estrada owns, and Umaga is being built good here too it seems. He owns like hell. Orton did well in showing his fear. Good segment.

RVD obviously won’t win (at least I don’t think), but good to see him get the pre-match promo, and seemingly some newfound intensity.

Main event was great. LOVE how all of JBL’s shenanigans backfired on him off tops. Poor Angle gets caught off guard second. Seems to be floundering away tbh. RVD outski courtesy of some sweet chin was well done. Love how some bigger names are gone, and younger names remain at this point. Loved RVD coming back in and taking out RVD, and I am now remembering their feud, and I also take back what I said about HBK’s insult earlier. Also taking back the Angle-HBK call, as I now see some sort of gimmick rubber match between these two, whilst Angle will likely be fed to Umaga. Love how it came down to the three men Orton made deals with. Making Umaga go first was the smart move. The finish was done perfectly with Orton being chased by the two men who know longer gave a fuck about teaming up. Perfect eliminations, and perfect play on nearly being eliminated by Orton. Porter and Morrison get decent rubs, and Orton-Edge get to continue/climax/finish their deal on a grand stage.

Edge coming out and announcing TLC only iced the cake.

Great show Mac. It flowed well, and was overall just a really fun read. Look for my Raw recap to round out my recaps by tomorrow, and then LEAVE MY COMMENTS! I’ll get to Smackdown and predics in a couple dayz. <3

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Re: 2007 & Beyond - The Second Fucking Coming

Thanks for the review, NB. I'll address some of your questions, and review your recaps soon enough.

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BREAKING NEWS: LASHLEY INJURED IN POST-SMACKDOWN ASSAULT

After Friday Night SmackDown! went off the air, the United States Champion Bobby Lashley was the victim of an assault inside of his locker room. The former army drill sergeant has stated that he doesn’t know who the assailant was, but what we do know, is that Lashley suffered, what WWE doctors believe to be, a completely torn right pectoral muscle due to the attack. Subsequently, he will not be able to make his scheduled title defense in the Fatal Four Way Match at the Great American Bash. He will appear, however … to RELINQUISH the United States Championship at the behest of SmackDown General Manager Stephanie McMahon… A new United States Champion will be crowned as the remaining three competitors, ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels, Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy compete in a Triple Threat Match for the soon-to-be vacated title. One would hate to think that one of the competitors in the match are responsible for the injury to the Real Deal…
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Bobby Lashley did indeed suffer an injured right pectoral on SmackDown, though it wasn’t in an assault. Lashley was injured during his match with Christopher Daniels, which was the reason for the hurried DQ finish, and right now, it's looking as if he'll be out for around six months. The injury to the United States Champion has sent the WWE into a scramble. Lashley was scheduled to retain the title at the GAB, and then move into a SummerSlam program with John Cena, believe it or not, while Cena waits for Rocky to free up and/or The Undertaker to return. As of right now, no word has been spoken of who the belt may be put on. Matt and Jeff Hardy are seen as more “U.S. Title-ready,” considering their popularity, but McMahon is said to be pretty high on Daniels despite his previous concerns over his size.

Mr. Kennedy, The Rock, and Batista are all in the running to pick up the win in the big tag match at the GAB, with Cena the odd man out at the moment, though “The Boss” is still the highest regarded in the eyes of management.

Right now, the feeling is that SummerSlam is going to be the true test of Ken Kennedy’s drawing power, and will have a huge effect on his immediate and future main event status within the company. At the event, expect him to be given a big-time opponent, either Batista, The Rock or even Triple H, and he’ll also have a VERY strong undercard with the Edge/Orton TLC Match to share the spotlight with.

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I guess I'll be the only one annoyed by Lashley getting take out of this thread. You obviously weren't high on him. Shame, but I suppose that guarantees a Fallen Angel title win. Can't fool me. The 'injury' thing is setting up a return storyline though; no way were you doing a program with Cena, Mac. You don't like Big Bobby that much

Rock or Triple H for the SummerSlam title shot plz.
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