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A first review for Mac, I’ll try and keep up with your shows and looking forward to Unforgiven. So onto the review.

Okay so expecting a Bradshaw promo here, white limousine’s pulling into the arena sounds so. I was quite disappointed that Bradshaw wasn’t speaking and replaced with Coach, although I must’ve misread, I thought he was going to the ring. The Angle/Umaga match seems okay, and I would love to read an Edge/RBD match from you at Unforgiven. I am now seeing there will be SNME, looking forward to that being a first time reviewer. The VIP Lounge a SNME? Usually I don’t think you’d get a show at a special show, I would save them for general shows but I am not sure how SNME is going to be, strange like in 07 or a warm up to Unforgiven. Nonetheless I see a good couple of shows in future. And I can’t wait for the main event as I read on, and I can see a heel win. Not much in this promo but it’s excited me for future evens.

Not knowing about your previous shows could you please tell me who Paul is? Burchill, perhaps? Not sure. Bradshaw in character and I would never of thought of someone on his cell phone, good booking thus far.

I would love to see a push here for Smith and Rhodes, however in realism Cade and Murdoch deserved the win to be honest. I’m not sure with the aftermath, all because of booing because they lost, cheers probably still with disappointment. What is the Sweet n Sour?

Ju means you, right? I lol’d at that mate. I’m not sure what’s up in the argument but I reckon MVP is going against Umaga, I hope, because Porter deserves to get battered to be honest, I’d love Umaga over MVP.

I never liked Stratus, and Natalya on her side, FTW! Lol. I reckon 7 minutes and 1 second is a bit long for a diva match, I ain’t sure how long they are but I’d say they’re around 4 or 5 minutes, and the extra 2 minutes might mean something, but anyway I ain’t happy with the outcome.

I am really looking forward to the JBL/Hardy match at Unforgiven, it sounds unique and if in the same brand I’d probably have them feuding. Also, the Womens Title set up is looking sweet.

Nice interaction with Natalya and Phoenix.

Edge on about being for himself, I’d say it’s more because he’s a jerk so won’t talk to his team mates, not because they’re after his title so much, probably both actually, I could understand no interaction anyway.

I bet Ken Doane over JBL shut him up. A good ending if he’s against someone in a bad mood, especially the likes of MVP, Kennedy and in this case JBL. Nice roll-up for the win after a nicely timed match.

Not much explaining went into the Morrison/Melina interview but yeah, could of done with an example of a line, probably from Morrison, meh.

I know where Edge is. Hmm, yeah a quick discussion, Angle wanting ‘the big guy’ with a lot of determination, good, I guess.

Haha, a bit of a blow for Bradshaw, Coach’s services? I wonder. Quite some info in a shortened segment, but I get the idea of it, however as you’ve been booking for over a year of booking time, I do not have a clue what happened, but I’m asking now anyways.

OMFG! A push for Doane, JBL won’t be pleased and his performance tonight may lose him the title. Doane isn’t the right stuff for the title imo, JBL is a ‘character’ and Doane is a young man battling his way up there. I’d say a bit longer battling the non-title chasers might do the trick for 08, but in your BTB I cannot change it, still I’m looking forward to Unforgiven, not loaded tbh, I’ve thought of about four matches for Raw – good stuff.

Clusterfuck? Haha WTF! Hmm, good match, solid and the ending was also some top stuff. Loving the VAN DAMINATOR and the reversal was also sweet. Aftermath was a nice ending to the show and sets the storyline for next week and Unforgiven, Angle’s reactions to the win was the ‘Angle way of life’.

Overall I enjoyed it, not so much writing so it didn’t take as long to get to the point etc. Liking the main event and build up throughout the show. Only a recap and briefly scripted, but I fairly enjoyed and was a good read. I will try and keep up with the storyline in the future and I’m looking forward to your next show, probably Smackdown. 8/10
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Interesting start to the show, placing a lot of emphasis on JBL's more, dare I say it, human side. It almost seems as though this relationship with Angelina has brought out a side of his character previously unseen, i.e. his humanity towards others. The issue is raised, does JBL, in fact, need a manager (or a valet) to survive in this industry? It could make for some interesting interaction later on. You certainly love to use that long, lingering look from a superstar towards a sign or something don't you? I think you first utilized it with Batista and the Triple H banner, and since then it's become quite a familiar feature in BTB for subtle storyline advancement. Once again, DDMac raises the bar

Glad to see Tully now a regular feature of Monday nights.

Some huge announcements from The Coach to kick of proceedings, not least the announcement of the WWE Championship match. I, like many, thought that you might hold off with the straight one-on-one match between Van Dam and Edge until Bad Blood or maybe even Survivor Series, but I suppose it makes sense to capitalize on RVD's incredible momentum as quickly as possible. As Wolfy noted, it's especially nice to see Van Dam now a bonafide main event WWE Title contender in this thread, rather than the wishy-washy, Intercontinental/MITB/multi-man WWE Title match player he has been for much of the year. He'll certainly liven up your title picture after months of nothing but Edge, Orton, HBK and Angle. Speaking of freshening up the title scene, part of me hope that his role at SNME with the two combatants indicates that MVP isn't quite done with this thing yet. Perhaps he initiates an assault on both men, or even joins forces with Edge to attack RVD and further Edge's turn to the dark side? We shall see. Huge main event for tonight also, though I expect Angle and Umaga to be the focal points once again (not like I've made that mistake before eh?).

Well, I think I could definitely be on the right lines with my earlier guess about where JBL angle is going, as this rather (poor) attempt to get Paul Heyman on his side came off as incredibly needy. Bradshaw seems incapable of grovelling properly, or even acting moderately polite. Maybe that's something he can build on.

Another interesting story starts to take shape here as young Rhodes & Smith fail once again on the big stage and fail once again to get over with the crowd. Everyone has suggested a heel turn, but given the lack of face tandems you currently have on Raw, I don't see that really happening. Glad to see that Cade & Murdoch just keep going from strength to strength though.

Ah, so we finally get a brief glimpse into the conspiracy that unfolded during the Summer Games Gauntlet at SummerSlam:

“Haha, just think, it could be worse. Ju could’ve won the title, then ju would have to give me 50 instead of 25. And as for the second part of our deal, mi amigo, I won’t be cashing in that favor anytime soon, so relax, enjoy jour time in the main event spotlight … and jour welcome.”

I guess that means 'VP & Co. paid Estrada & 'Mags to take the fall, with $25,000 up front and then $50,000 should Porter be fortunate enough to win the title. That all makes sense, but I'm not really sure what Armando could be referring to in the second part of this. A "favor"? Hmmm.

Yeah, I think we all pretty much guessed that it was Nattie Neidhart. It makes perfect sense really, what with their Canadian roots and all, as well as them both being blonde Not sure if that really means anything though. Good win for Trish as she continues her (inevitable) push towards being named the Number One Contender for Unforgiven. Lita being highlighted makes me think that she might fancy her chances once again now.

Saturday Night's Main Event is certainly shaping up nicely at this point. The RWC/CC match in particular should be an absolute treat, since both teams are great (admit that C&M are great). Matt will probably go over JBL to cement his misery, but as for the other two matches ... nice. The Number One Contender's match at such a prestigious show only increases the prestige you've worked so hard to put on the Women's Title, and Angle and Umaga's partners guarantee a crazy match. One question though, what would happen if (I know they won't but I just mean hypothetically speaking) 'Mags or Kurt were traded?

I'm glad that Beth Phoenix is still around. She's definitely the (hottest) best Diva on your roster, and I can certainly see a babyface turn for her on the horizon what with Mickie sidelined and Trish & Nattie now the aplha females of the heel world. I must say, what an amazing Women's division you have. The future looks better than bright for it. The mere suggestion of a Nattie/Beth feud though has me excited.

I'm still not entirely sure why you've decided (I'm going to make an assumption now) to turn Edge heel again. You seemed so proud of making him a successful face a few months back, but I suppose if you're running with the Austin Aries-Jimmy Jacobs thing, it could work perfectly. Think about it, we all thought Edge won the feud because he won the matches and the belt, but has all this business with Orton finally driven him over the proverbial (no pun intended) edge? Perhaps it continues tonight when he costs his team the match?

Wow, talk about impressive resumes; I'm pretty sure Ken Doane is now 3 and 0 against JBL in singles competition. Not bad when you consider what Bradshaw is and what he has been in the past. A Intercontinental Title shot could be coming Kenny's way soon I think, though I hope Haas still gets in on the act. Oh, and the fact that Layfield lost his first match without his manager is well and truly noted. See: storyline development 101.

Nothing for Morrison & Melina tonight? Fair enough.

I love the way Angle is basically a tweener who just gets lumped with the babyfaces all of the time. If only we could get another epic implosion like we did from him in the run up to the Battle Royal before SummerSlam. Carlito and Sabu need to find something too, though with the draft coming up that shouldn't take too long.

Oh my word, JBL is not having the best of nights at all is he? Lots of exposure for the Intercontinental Champ has pretty much confirmed this angle as the premiere one on Raw for the moment. Jillian Hall serving as another reminder of where his treatment of his colleagues will get him? Nice. Very good character development from you tonight. I agree with Wolfy, I think we will be able to see where this is all going by the time SNME rolls around, as I don't see JBL keeping quiet for that entire show, or even remaining backstage.

Doane gets his title shot as predicted (yeah, not really a hard prediction to make, but I need something ); but, as with the Haas situation, since Kenny just beat JBL, it makes the outcome of their match at Unforgiven rather obvious.

Mixed reaction for Edge? Oh, how I love slow, calculated character development and, in this case in particular, heel turns.

Surprised to see Orton taking the fall in the main event, as (once again kissing Wolfy's ass) I thought either Sabu or Reigns were thrown in there for that very purpose. Both Van Dam and Angle get a hell of a lot of momentum though going into their respective feuds as they slay a former WWE Champion who is clearly on his way out of Raw. He'll be joining the rest of the Evolution mess on SD, I'm almost certain.

I doubt that the Spear after the match will be the moment Edge truly turns heel, as it seems just a bit too easy for you, Mac; you're usually much more cerebral than that. I can see this story having a few more twists and turns down the road yet, but Edge's turn is almost inevitable at this point. It doesn't really matter, as once he leaves his post as top face on Raw, RVD and the obvious SD Draft pick (Rock?) will fill that slot.

Solid recap, with both Unforgiven and (especially) SNME shaping up very nicely.
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Well, the reason my last thread-- what's that? You don't care? Great, I didn't feel like explaining the obvious. Quick recaps of the shows leading up to Unforgiven, quickly followed by the Unforgiven preview shortly, before I get back in the groove.

Friday Night SmackDown! - 9/7/07

The SmackDown heading into Saturday Night’s Main Event would be one filled with several major developments… and two returns.

Firstly, The Miz returned in a backstage interview with Kristal Marshall, letting the world know that after the way that he and Flair and Kennedy and others have suffered at the hands of Batista, it’s time that the SD locker room bands together to take down this beast. The fans actually seemed to get a bit behind the former Tough Enough champion… but it’s all for moot, as later on in the night, The Animal, the World Heavyweight Champion, and terrorist, Batista attacks The Miz in the locker room, making sure plenty of people are watching and taking note. Batista bloodies him, slamming the poor bastard into walls, tables left and right… but doesn’t finish the job, an instead, simply walks away.

Elsewhere, the WWE Tag Team Champions, The Carolina Connection, Shelton Benjamin & Gregory Helms, had quite the… depressing/stunningly arrogant backstage interaction with one another after defeating The New Breed in a rather competitive matchup, stating that they’ve officially eradicated any and all competition on SD. And, according to them, once they defeat Raw’s World Tag Team Champions at SNME… they’ll be done.

Jeff Hardy and Christopher Daniels put on a tremendous, fast paced, fifteen matchup, before Jeff picked up the victory, with a counter of the Angel’s Wings into a jackknife cover, making Daniels rather unsuccessful against the Hardys recently.

The elder Hardy, Matt, the United States Champion, didn’t nearly fair as well on the 9/7 edition of SmackDown. First, in a strong ten or so minute matchup, he found himself on the losing end of a non-title match to William Regal. Then, Regal ordered the two men he brought down to the ring with him, Steve Lewington and Paul Burchill, to attack the U.S. Champion. The three superstars put the boots to Hardy before Finlay and CM Punk made the much needed save.

The Mexicools split continued, as, after losing to the Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble and #1 contender Shannon Moore (forced to team together), the two got into a shoving match, before Super Crazy took the high road and walked away. Pfft, pussy.

Santino Marella picked up his first televised victory, picking up a win against Chris Sabin with a simple hook of the tights. Sabin continues to slide…

In the main event segment, The Rock made his first appearance since SummerSlam, and openly expressed his doubts about coming back, mentioning that he’s now failed in capturing a world title four times in a row since returning. Before Rock can finish his thought, however… JOHN CENA returns! The two trade a couple of quick quips, before Cena states that Rock is making the right decision by retiring… and Rock says that he isn’t. the crowd goes wild as Rocky explains that his recent losses have only made him stronger, and he plans on going absolutely nowhere until the big, gold belt is around his waist. Cena doesn’t take the news well, and a BRAWL breaks out, with both former multi-time world champions beating the hell out of each other. Eventually, Cena’s lust for the destruction of The Rock wins out, and with the help of a steel chair, The Boss bloodies the People’s Champ with several brutal shots to the gut, causing serious internal injuries to the Great One. SD goes off the air with Cena standing over Rock, whom struggles to breath, blood dripping from his mouth.



Saturday Night’s Main Event - 9/8/07

Before any action kicked off the night, we got the first two draft picks in the 2007 Lottery, which saw CHARLIE HAAS drafted from Monday Night Raw to Friday Night SmackDown, while THE ROCK was drafted from SD to Raw. Backstage, Jonathan Coachman had a mixed reaction to the news - drafting every marketing agency’s dream - an icon with massive amounts of drawing power… but damaged goods as of last night.

The first match was somewhat of a shocker as we got the World Heavyweight Champion Batista taking on The Miz in a match made after SD went off the air. As expected, Batista dominates the spirited Miz, before putting the sap away with the Demon Bomb @ 4:12. After the match, it looks like The Animal is ready to do even more damage to Mizanin, but Arn Anderson, Dean Malenko, Ricky Steamboat and other agents get in the way of The Animal, causing Batista to let out a bit of a smirk as he watches the faces of some of Ric Flair’s most staunch admirers.

After a quick commercial break, we get ourselves a training video of Kurt Angle preparing for his matchup with Umaga, also hyping up the tag match later tonight.

The second match of the night sees Trish Stratus take on Lita for the number one contendership. With their tremendous history, it’s no surprise to put them on a decent contest, but the finish comes when both divas get counted out @ 6:31. Yeah, sucks… necessary though.

Up next, the second draft picks are chosen, which sees CARLITO drafted to SmackDown, while THE HOOLIGANS are drafted to Monday nights. Backstage, inside the Gms office, Vince McMahon sits with Coach, Hunter and Steph, and Steph speaks up, wanting to know how two of her guys have been shipped to Raw, and Vince responds with a simple “Too busy to read the rules?”

The VIP Lounge is up next, with Montel Vontavious Porter, surrounded by Luther Reigns and the Playgirls, conducting an interview with the WWE Champion Edge and the #1 contender Rob Van Dam. MVP asks the proper questions to get Edge and RVD going, leading to The Rated R Superstar stating he has nothing personal against RVD, but if Van Dam is coming for his title, he’ll do ANYTHING to keep it. The two stars share a couple of quips, but of course, MVP turns the conversation towards himself, and begins talking himself up, leading to Edge and Van Dam disposing him from the ring (Edge drops belt). The crowd cheers but as Edge turns around, he gets tossed his belt… and then DRILLED WITH THE VAN DAMINATOR! RVD pays Edge back for Monday night before leaving the ring to a mixed reaction.

After the break, we get our only title match of the night, which sees Jamie Noble successfully defend his Cruiserweight Title, forcing Shannon Moore to submit to the dragon sleeper at 5:37.

A video package plays, showing Umaga “training,” while Armando Estrada watches with a sick smile, before a graphic hyping the prelude to the collision appears.

Before we cut to a break, we get two SmackDown picks in a row (accommodations made for the main event tag match later tonight). First, the blue brand gets MARIA… and backstage, Hunter and Steph look somewhat disappointed, after a somewhat underwhelming draft so well. Secondly, Friday nights get… RANDY ORTON! H and Steph ‘pop’, as Coach’s head drops. The two GMs of SD even engage in an impromptu hug, before quickly stopping.

After the commercial break, we get the Tag Champs vs. Tag Champs match with The Carolina Connection vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew. The two best tag teams in the business put on a solid contest… but the nine-minute match is cut short as RANDY ORTON makes his presence felt, grabbing one of the title belts, and DRILLS BOTH MEMBERS OF THE CC, before he knocks Cade from the apron. Orton then drops down, before popping up and drilling Murdoch with an RKO! Orton then leaves the ring coldly, after a sending a message to the WWE that the change in scenery will have little effect on the One Man Dynasty.

Another break precedes the angry Raw GM, Coach, getting all up in Hunter and Stephs faces, complaining about Ortons actions and demanding they do something with their new superstar. H & Steph laugh Coach off a bit.

The other interbrand matchup is next, and JBL’s, the Intercontinental Champion, woes continue, as he loses to U.S. Champion Matt Hardy, via pinfall after a Twist of Fate @ 10:08.

Post-break, we finally get the tag match that everyone’s been waiting on, and Raw’s third and fourth draft picks. And it ends up being Umaga teaming up with… CHRISTOPHER DANIELS to take on Kurt Angle… and JEFF HARDY! All four superstars give it their all to put on an incredible contest, with Mags and Angle eventually brawling to the back (again), allowing Jeff to hit a Swanton on Daniels, defeating The Fallen Angel @ 13:02.

After the last commercial break, the final SmackDown draft pick is revealed… and it’s ‘The Heartbreak Kid’ SHAWN MICHAELS!

A couple of new matches added to the Unforgiven card - Jeff Hardy vs. Christopher Daniels, The Redneck Wrecking Crew vs. The Hooligans for the belts, and Victoria defending her title against both Trish Stratus and Lita.

The final segment of the show would see John Cena come out to the ring, boasting that he is the number one contender to the World Heavyweight Title, since Flair, Rock, Kennedy, Lashley, Taker and HHH can’t compete for one reason or another, while Michaels and Orton just got here. Cena says he wants the dream match between he and Batista to happen here tonight… but it HAS to be tonight.
Before he can continue though, Jonathan Coachman comes down to the ring, with the Spirit Squad and says that he’s gonna make an example out of Cena to teach Smack Down a lesson. The SS leap into action, but The Boss is a man possessed, completely obliterating the four cheerleaders. Barely breathing hard, Cena asks if that’s all, but soon enough, JBL, Umaga and Christopher Daniels come down to the ring. The three big time heels begin to beat down Cena, but soon enough, Rey Mysterio, Matt Hardy and The Carolina Connection of the blue team come out to help. Of course, that brings out more guys from both locker rooms, and a HUGE BRAWL breaks out in the middle of the ring. Eventually, the ring begins to clear, and with damn near everybody down, it’s Cena who comes out on top, planting the final man, Kurt Angle, with an FU! The Boss pounds on is chest with intensity, getting a thunderous mixed reaction, as he screams out that the champ is here.
Before Cena can say another word, however, THE LIGHTS GO OUT! The crowd roars, and after several of those ominous gongs, the lights come back on, and THE UNDERTAKER RETURNS, slowly making his way down to the ring as “Graveyard Symphony” plays in the background. Taker steps into the ring, but Cena immediately bails, giving the “You Can’t See Me” signal with a smirk, while the crowd boos wildly. Taker gives Cena the throat slash from afar, as random SmackDown faces begin to flicker on the titantron, signaling that the final Raw draft pick is up…

AND IT’S JOHN CENA!

The Undertaker looks at the screen in shock, while a huge smirk comes over the face of The Boss as he turns and walks away from the ring as SNME fades off the air.


Monday Night Raw - 9/10/07

MVP’s VIP Lounge opened the show with special guest John Cena. The Boss let the world know that now that he’s moved away from all of his many problems on SD, he’s got his sights squarely focused on the winner of RVD/Edge. MVP tries to interject his own title aspirations, but Cena simply drops the mic and walks out.

The WWE Champion Edge tried to persuade his girlfriend Lita to pull herself out of the Women’s Title Triple Threat Match at Unforgiven due to the fear of her possibly getting injured and therefore not being able to accompany him to the ring later that night. Lita refuses.

In the main event, The Rated R Superstar defeated Sabu in a decent matchup, before having a staredown with Rob Van Dam six days before they have their title match at Unforgiven.

Intercontinental Champion JBL teamed up with the World Tag Team Champions The Redneck Crew to take on Ken Doane and The Hooligans, and once more Doane pins JBL, countering his power bomb into a hurricanrana and a cover @ 9:52.

Beth Phoenix looked to get Mickie James “back in the game,” asking Coach to get her a title opportunity, but Coachman says Mickie has been AWOL since SummerSlam, so that’s absolutely out of the question.

DH Smith and Cody Rhodes continued their losing way, being defeated rather handily by Chris Masters and Joey Mercury formally of the RKO Army @ 6:10.

Luther Reigns defeated Jeff Hardy via pinfall @ 5:20 after a bit of interference from Christopher Daniels.

With security guards packed in the ring, Armando Alejandro Estrada, alongside Umaga, and Kurt Angle have an exchange of motivations, with Estrada talking about the complete and utter destruction that Umaga has caused since his debut - defeating the legendary Ric Flair, John Cena, going without a single defeat for a year and a half now, all of which culminated in the absolute destruction of Mick Foley at Vengeance. Armando continues, stating that some people may write off the annihilation of Mick Foley as Cactus being over the hill… which is what brings us to Kurt Angle. AAE says that he and Umaga never wanted a problem with Angle, but the more and more Kurt kept coming, the more and more Estrada realized the opportunity that was in front of him; Angle is considered the best of the best, the cream of the crop, in the prime of his career, and if - WHEN Umaga completely obliterated the Olympic Hero at Unforgiven… he’ll be the most feared, respected, and marketable entity in the entire history.
Before Estrada can continue to faun over the potential drawing power of his monster. Kurt, however, starts off by saying that he’s impressed with Estrada’s honesty, so he’ll use a little honesty of his own. Kurt says he’s wanted this match for months now, ever since he watched him beat the crap out of Foley. Kurt says he’s all about proving himself against the biggest and the baddest - Austin, Hunter, Rock, Taker, Kane, Lesnar - and this Sunday, he proves that he’s as big and bad as they come. Angle slams the mic down, snarls and turns around, leaving the ring amongst cheers, as Maga and Estrada look on with anticipation.



Friday Night SmackDown! - 9/14/07

Randy Orton kicks off the night, and calls for a title match, but Shawn Michaels has other plans in mind, as he comes down to the ring, and calls for a title shot of his own. HBK and young Randall go back and forth for a bit, but soon enough, The Carolina Connection, the WWE Tag Team Champions, come down to the ring and express their anger with Orton’s attack at SNME, stating that they both want a crack at him. Randy says he has no time for tag teams, and Michaels slyly agrees, stating that there are more important things at stake at the moment. The CC take offense, of course, but before anything can spout up, Stephanie comes out. Speaking for Hunter and herself, Steph announces that starting next week an eight man tournament will begin to crown a new number one contender with the winner facing… and the bracket is put up on the screen…

Randy Orton
Rey Mysterio
Mark Henry
Finlay
Carlito
Charlie Haas
Shawn Michaels
CM Punk`

Jamie Noble once again defeated Shannon Moore, this time with the Trailer Hitch, forcing him to submit at 4:13, managing to retain the Cruiserweight Title.

The Mexicools defeated the Gymini via pinfall @ 5:53, picking up their first win in a long while, but Psichosis and Crazy hardly celebrated after, clearly still not on the same page.

Mark Henry won a squash match, letting us all know he’s still around.

Rey Mysterio, Carlito & Charlie Haas each cut a promo concerning the World Heavyweight Title Tourney starting next week.

In an interview with Maria, William Regal explains his actions last week, stating that he’s bloody sick and tired of being treated second rate around this place, and in the here and now, he’s now taking things via force.

In the main event, the U.S. Champion Matt Hardy, teamed up with CM Punk & Finlay to take on William Regal, Paul Burchill & Steve Lewington. The six stars put on a hell of a match, but in the end, Regal once more pulls out the victory, planting Finlay with a running knee to the side of the head @ 12:46. After the match, Regal & company look to continue the attack on their opponents… until THE UNDERTAKER appears, laying out Burchill & Lewington, while Regal rolls out of the ring, saving himself for another day.


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Current Card for WWE Unforgiven
September 16th, 2007
Memphis, Tennessee

WWE Championship Match:
‘The Rated R Superstar’ Edge defends against ‘Mr. Monday Night’ Rob Van Dam

The Collision; The Monster vs. The Machine:
‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga vs. ‘The Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle

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Intercontinental Championship Match:
‘The Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield defends against Ken Doane

Women’s Championship Match:
Victoria defends against Trish Stratus and Lita


World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Redneck Wrecking Crew defends against The Hooligans

Grudge Match:
'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels vs. Jeff Hardy


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Unforgiven Predictions

WWE Championship Match:
‘The Rated R Superstar’ Edge defends against ‘Mr. Monday Night’ Rob Van Dam

The Collision; The Monster vs. The Machine:
‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga vs. ‘The Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle

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Intercontinental Championship Match:
‘The Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield defends against Ken Doane

Women’s Championship Match:
Victoria defends against Trish Stratus and Lita

World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Redneck Wrecking Crew defends against The Hooligans

Grudge Match:
'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels vs. Jeff Hardy

Iunno, I guess.
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YES! Finally Mac is back. I'm so glad you decided to come back with this as really, you are this thread.

Unforgiven looks to be a solid show. I fully expect Edge to retain the WWE Title and Umaga to go over Kurt Angle. I can't see JBL losing the IC Title to Doane just yet considering how many times he's lost over the last few shows. In fact, I think all of the titles will be retained. Daniels should finally pick up a win over Jeff Hardy.

Looking forward to it.
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Hey MAC, glad to see that you're back, i will be constantly reviewing once the full shows come. For now though, predictions.

Current Card for WWE Unforgiven
September 16th, 2007
Memphis, Tennessee

WWE Championship Match:
‘The Rated R Superstar’ Edge defends against ‘Mr. Monday Night’ Rob Van Dam

The Collision; The Monster vs. The Machine:
‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga vs. ‘The Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle

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Intercontinental Championship Match:
‘The Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield defends against Ken Doane

Women’s Championship Match:
Victoria defends against Trish Stratus and Lita

World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Redneck Wrecking Crew defends against The Hooligans

Grudge Match:
'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels vs. Jeff Hardy

Despite how many times i have read through this, i still can't think of who has one what.
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I my have totally lost interest with this section, but along with Nick and Duane, I expect you to keep giving me some fine reading material in my absence. Just don't go away again and then make me mark over a retro thread and then not following through with said project.
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Current Card for WWE Unforgiven
September 16th, 2007
Memphis, Tennessee

WWE Championship Match:
‘The Rated R Superstar’ Edge defends against ‘Mr. Monday Night’ Rob Van Dam

The Collision; The Monster vs. The Machine:
‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga vs. ‘The Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle

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Intercontinental Championship Match:
‘The Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield defends against Ken Doane

Women’s Championship Match:
Victoria defends against Trish Stratus and Lita

World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Redneck Wrecking Crew defends against The Hooligans

Grudge Match:
'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels vs. Jeff Hardy

Glad to have you back.

Shocking results during the SNME Draft btw, didn't expect Cena to switch and/or return; same goes for 'Taker. Not sure how HBK and Orton will fit in on SD what with Batista being a dominant heel champion and all. Doubt either of 'em will win the #1 Contender tournament as a result, but Rey, Carlito, Finlay, Haas & Punk are the only faces present and they've all been booked as Mid-Carders 4 Life in this thread. Probably just get a similar situation to Gold Rush '05, with the winner getting a match on the weekly show, before interference etc. sets up the actual PPV match.


Unforgiven card is pretty weak, but seeing as the PPV is taking place during the Draft transition I don't blame you. Cena, Rock and others will need more time to set up new feuds. Can't wait for Umaga/Angle though. Such a shame we won't be getting this match in full.
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Very pleased to see you back to your bread and butter. Been a while since you’ve been around here.

Current Card for WWE Unforgiven
September 16th, 2007
Memphis, Tennessee

WWE Championship Match:
‘The Rated R Superstar’ Edge defends against ‘Mr. Monday Night’ Rob Van Dam

I could see this ending with Edge flipping out and getting DQ’d, but I don’t see him losing the Belt any time soon, so I’ll say he ends up getting the victory, although I’m not sure it will be clean.

The Collision; The Monster vs. The Machine:
‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ Umaga vs. ‘The Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle

I can see either man getting DQ’d, but my money is on Angle. This needs to be built just a little bit more before Umaga gets a loss, so it won’t happen here.

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Intercontinental Championship Match:
‘The Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield defends against Ken Doane

No more of JBL losing in the weeks leading to a show and not actually losing the Belt. We did that for ‘Slam, so Doane finally gets it here.

Women’s Championship Match:
Victoria defends against Trish Stratus and Lita

She just won the Belt, enough said.

World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Redneck Wrecking Crew defends against The Hooligans

Never really liked the RWC, so I’ll say BK and PL get the Belts.

Grudge Match:
'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels vs. Jeff Hardy

I think you still have big things for him, so I really don’t want to see him lose another match to a man with much less talent.

Looks a little weak, but the main events should carry it.


Just some other thoughts about what else went down before Unforgiven.
~ I was shocked to see Cena come back like he did but I was even more surprised to see him go to Raw. When ‘Taker came out, I thought that he would be the one heading to Monday nights. But since you had to end either Rock-Cena or ‘Taker-Cena, I’m glad you didn’t pick the former, because it has so much potential.
~ HBK and Orton should do well on SD!, and hopefully Haas and Carlito can as well.
~ #1 Contender’s tourneys are always a good idea, and I see someone like Rey or Carlito getting the shot, if the match isn’t on PPV.
~ Stay around this time, PLZ~!
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