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July 31, 2006
Boston, Massachusetts
Fleet Center

“Across The Nation” plays and the opening RAW video plays. The pyro goes off in the arena as the audience in Boston goes crazy. The camera pans the audience and gets a close up of the fans and the signs that they have brought with them to the Fleet Center. We cut to Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler.

Jim Ross: Hello everyone. I’m Good Ol’ J.R., Jim Ross, here with Jerry “The King” Lawler and what a hell of a show we have for you here tonight.

Jerry Lawler: Absolutely J.R., tonight Vince McMahon has put DX’s back against the wall. Tonight, “The Game” Triple H teams up with The “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels to take on “The Samoan Bulldozer” Umaga and “The Monster” Abyss.

Jim Ross: DX versus those two damn monsters right here tonight under a month away from those two compete in a WWE Title match.

“Burn In My Light” hits to a loud mixed reaction. Randy Orton comes from the back and does his “destiny” pose at the top of the entrance way. Orton’s pyro falls and Orton makes his way to the ring.

Lilian Garcia: Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from St. Louis, Missouri, weighing in at 245 pounds, “The Legend Killer” RANDY ORTON!

J.R.: It was announced last Monday night that on August 20 at SummerSlam, “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton will take on John Cena in a First Blood match. That is gonna be a brutal war at SummerSlam!

King: At SummerSlam, Randy is gonna do the same thing he did to Cena on the 3 Hour edition of RAW. He’s gonna battle and bloody Cena and make Cena a former shell of himself.

“It Wasn’t My Fault” hits to a minor pop. Snitsky comes down to the ring looking focused for competition.

Lilian: And his opponent, from Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania, weighing in at 300 pounds, SNITSKY!

Match #1
Randy Orton vs. Snitsky

Orton and Snitsky lock up in the middle of the ring. Orton backs Snitsky up into a corner and automatically begins to hit Snitsky with hard right hands to the face. The referee pulls Orton out of the corner and begins to reprimand him. Orton turns back around to Snitsky and The Legend Killer gets nailed with a hard right hand as Snitsky fights out of the corner. Snitsky backs Orton up into the ropes with a fierce barrage of punches. Snitsky attempts to clothesline Orton out of the ring but he sidesteps the 300 pounder and throws Snitsky from the ring. Orton follows Snitsky to the outside and immediately goes on the attack. Orton lifts him off the ground and shoots him into the post. Snitsky face drills the post hard and he immediately goes down. Orton mounts Snitsky and starts to rain down right hands. Orton lifts him up and throws him into the ring. The camera focuses in on Snitsky’s face and sees that he was bloodied by the shot into the turnbuckle. Orton delivers a nasty stomp to the bloody face of Snitsky. Orton then drops to the ground and waits for Snitsky. Snitsky wobbles up to his feet as Orton waits behind him. Snitsky turns around, Orton jumps up and drills him with the RKO. Snitsky’s blood stains the mat as he goes face first onto the canvas. Orton covers Snitsky.




(WINNER: Randy Orton via pinfall at 5:46)

J.R.: My God! Look at Snitsky! He’s a bloody mess! Orton bloodied Cena two weeks ago and he bloodied Gene Snitsky tonight.

King: I would say that Orton is definitely the favorite in that first blood match. John Cena is in trouble.

***We cut to the backstage area into Vince McMahon’s office. Edge and his Rated R Army (Lita, Shelton Benjamin, Chris Masters, Johnny Nitro and Melina) barge into the room.***

Edge: This is ridiculous!

Mr. McMahon: What the hell is this!?

Edge: Vince what are you doing!? At SummerSlam I have to defend my title in a triple threat match against DX. I don’t even have to be pinned to lose my Championship.

Mr. McMahon: I don’t give a damn. That would probably work out better for me. Lets say Hunter wins the title at SummerSlam. Shawn’s ego won’t be able to take it. That’s the end of DX.

Edge: Vince, listen. I understand that but DX would definitely split up if they both lost. Each one would blame the other for the loss. Boom, no more D-Generation X. What do you think?

Mr. McMahon: That’s not a bad plan.

Edge: So how about we insure their loss tonight.

Mr. McMahon: What do you have in mind?

Edge: We already know that tonight DX will take on Abyss and Umaga in a tag team match. So how about we change that match into a tag team lumberjack match with myself and The Rated R Army around ringside.

Mr. McMahon: Edge….you have yourself a deal.

McMahon and Edge shake hands as The Rated R Army have smiles on their faces.

---Commercial Break---

J.R.: Before we went to the break we found out that in the main event, Triple H and Shawn Michaels have to face Umaga and Abyss with The Rated R Army surrounding ringside.

King: J.R. combine that with the fact that DX is not exactly on the same page these days, we may not have to wait until SummerSlam to see the self-implosion of D-Generation X.

“Pay The Price” hits to a decent pop. Charlie Haas makes his way down to the ring, looking determined.

Lilian: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from Edmond, Oklahoma, weighing in at 238 pounds, CHARLIE HAAS!

J.R.: Last week, Charlie Haas gave a hell of an effort in his loss to the “Legend Killer” Randy Orton. Lets see if Haas can build on that performance and pick up a win here tonight.

“Teacher” hits to minor heat. Matt Striker makes his way down the entrance ramp and into the ring.

Lilian: and his opponent, from New York, New York, weighing in at 220 pounds, MATT STRIKER!

Match #2
Charlie Haas vs. Matt Striker

Haas and Striker lock up to start off the match. Haas takes Striker over with a beautiful arm drag. Striker quickly gets back up and charges at Haas who takes him down with another well placed arm drag. Striker rolls out of the ring and recovers on the outside. Haas follows Striker to the outside and the chase is on! Striker runs around the ring as Haas is in pursuit. Striker slides back into the ring and Haas follows. Striker begins to stomp away on his back before Haas can get back to his feet. Matt lifts Charlie off of the ground and shoots Haas into the turnbuckle. Striker charges at Haas in the corner but he avoids the contact and Striker goes chest-first into the turnbuckle. Haas goes behind striker and grabs him by the waist. Haas then takes Striker over and drills him with a German suplex. The fans pop as Haas applies a submission hold to the legs of Striker.

King: What the hell is that?! That’s got to hurt. Look at the pressure on Striker’s back and legs.

J.R.: He calls that the “Haas of Pain”. That’s one nasty submission. And Striker is tapping out. Striker taps.

(WINNER: Charlie Haas via submission at 5:45)

J.R.: Nice win for Charlie Haas. This young man is going to go places here on Monday Night RAW.

***We cut to the backstage area into Mr. McMahon’s office again***

McMahon dials a number on his cell phone.

McMahon: Shane, Shane. Its me. I just wanted to say….Hello? Hello? DAMN IT!

McMahon throws his cell phone against a wall. Vince sits down on his couch until there is a knock on the door.

McMahon: Come in!

Trish Stratus walks into the room.

McMahon: What do you want?!

Trish: I want Mickie James in the ring! Tonight!

McMahon: You want the Women’s Champion in the ring tonight?! YOU GOT IT!

Trish smiles and the audience cheers wildly.

McMahon: You got Mickie James as a tag team partner. Tonight it will be Trish teaming up with Mickie James to take on two Rated R divas Melina and Lita. Now get out of my office.

Trish leaves Vince’s office as the fans give heat.

---Commercial Break---

“Space Odyssey” hits to a tremendous ovation. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair makes his away to the ring.

J.R.: One of the greatest, if not the greatest, wrestler in the history of the business, “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair is here tonight in Boston. Lets take you back to two weeks ago.

***Clip plays of the Edge-Ric Flair WWE Title match from two weeks ago. Flair is in control until a Cactus Jack video plays. The video allows Edge to hit the Spear and pick up the win.***

King: Lets not forget that a Cactus Jack video distracted Flair last week and made him get speared again.

Flair grabs a microphone from ringside and prepares to speak.

Flair: It feels good to be back in Boston (cheap pop). I want to tell you people a story. On June 26, I wrestled Mick Foley in a match-up. Instead of fighting me like a man, Foley got himself intentionally disqualified. After the match, instead of just walking away with his tail tucked between his legs, Foley bloodied me with a hammer. A God damn hammer! If that wasn’t bad enough that fat, out of shape, piece of crap doesn’t show up to RAW for a month. So then, about a month has passed and “The Nature Boy”…WHOO!…has become the #1 contender for the WWE Title. This no good bastard Foley puts up a Cactus Jack video during my match. My match?! Foley, I want a piece of your ass!

The audience cheers loudly as Flair takes off his jacket.

Flair: I don’t care if its Mick Foley! I don’t care if its Dude Love! I don’t care if its Mankind! I don’t even give a SHIT if its Cactus Jack (Not censored)! Foley I want your ass at SummerSlam.

The crowd pops for a possible Flair-Cactus match at SS.

Flair: Whatever you want Foley! Whatever you want! You want tables?! WHOO! You want Barbwire?! WHOO! You want chairs?! WHOO! Thumbtacks?! WHOO! Ladders?! WHOO! You can have it all. Damn it I hate you!

Flair backs up and drops an elbow on his jacket.

Flair: FOLEY! I want an answer by next week! Next week Foley! If I don’t get my answer by next week, I’m gonna hop on a plane. I’m gonna fly to Long Island, New York. And Foley, I swear to God I will beat your ass in front of your wife and kids. Don’t test me Foley because one way or another “The Nature Boy”…WHOO!…is going to put an end to Mick Foley! WHOO!

Flair picks up his jacket and exit’s the ring as the fans go crazy.

King: Flair is a nut he’s gone completely insane.

J.R.: Flair wants Cactus Jack and he’s gonna get him one way or another.

***We cut to the backstage area with The Coach standing by***

Coach: Ladies and gentlemen, one of the competitors in the triple threat WWE Title match at SummerSlam, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.

Michaels comes into screenshot receiving a huge ovation and wearing a DX t-shirt.

Coach: Shawn, I see you are wearing the t-shirt but lets be honest, how can you keep DX together when the two of you will be competing for the same championship at SummerSlam on August 20th.

HBK: Coach, as you may or may not have known, but Triple H and myself have been having a lot of tension between the two of us as of late. So going into SummerSlam, you would think that we might see the self-destruction of D-Generation X. Vinnie Mac, I got to tell you that’s not a bad plan. But the fact of the matter is that, Triple H and I are two professionals. If I can be blunt, we’re two damn legends. So basically what I’m trying to say is, WHEN I win the WWE Championship at SummerSlam, Triple H is gonna have to deal with it.

The audience gives a mixed reaction as they are split over which member of DX they want to win more. Michaels walks off as The Coach looks on.

King: We are witnessing the end of DX. Just admit it J.R.

J.R.: It doesn’t look good. I’ll say that much. But coming up next, John Cena takes on Ken Doane of The Spirit Squad. Cena in action, NEXT!

---Commercial Break-During the break a commercial airs hyping the Dream match set to take place at SummerSlam. Batista vs. Kurt Angle for the World Heavyweight Championship---

“Spirit” hits to decent heat. Ken Doane (with The Spirit Squad) makes his way to the ring with a confident look on his face.

Lilian: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from Worchester, Massachusetts, weighing in at 234 pounds, KEN DOANE!

J.R.: Last week on RAW, Kenny told his fellow “Spirit Squaders” that he wanted to be called by his actual name, Ken Doane.

“My Time Is Now” blasts over the loudspeaker and receives an incredibly loud mixed reaction. About 60/40 cheers. John Cena makes his way down to the ramp and he still has a bandage on his forehead.

Lilian: And his opponent, from West Newbury, Massachusetts, weighing in at 255 pounds, JOHN CENA!

J.R.: As you can see, Cena has a bandage on his head. That’s from two weeks ago when Randy Orton bloodied Cena with a steel chair shot.

King: Cena needed 10 stitches in that forehead of his. And you know what J.R.? That’s a waste of stitches because Cena’s going to get busted open again by Orton at SummerSlam. Ha! Ha!

Match #3
Ken Doane vs. John Cena

Cena and Doane lock up to start the match off. The two struggle for leverage for several seconds but the two superstars eventually break the hold. Doane slaps Cena right across the face. Cena glares at Doane with a pissed off look. Cena then hits Doane with hard right hands, the last of which knocks Doane down. Cena then lifts Doane up and shoots him off of the ropes. Cena goes for a back body drop but Doane realizes that Cena gets set early and hits Cena with a boot to the face. Doane then starts throwing right hands at Cena. Doane then shoots Cena off of the ropes. Cena comes flying off the ropes and runs Doane over with a nasty shoulder block. Cena then gets down and covers Doane.


Two…….Doane kicks out!

Cena lifts Doane off the ground and shoots him into the corner. Cena charges into the corner but Doane gets both of his feet up and into the face of Cena which causes Cena to stumble backward. Doane, with his back into the corner, climbs to the top turnbuckle. Doane launches off of the top and levels Cena with a hard flying clothesline. Doane doesn’t go for the cover but instead plays to the crowd. Doane goes back over to Cena and lifts him back to his feet. Doane scoops Cena up and hits a body slam. Doane goes over to his Spirit Squad and begins talking to them.

J.R.: What’s he doing?

King: It looks like…..he’s sending the Spirit Squad out of here. He doesn’t need them. That’s confidence for you J.R..

The Spirit Squad complains before they leave the ringside area. Doane goes back over to Cena and lifts him up. Cena, with his strength regained, begins to hit Doane with right hands. Cena bounces off the ropes and runs Doane over with a clothesline. Doane quickly gets back up and Cena levels him with another one. Cena then waits until Doane gets back up, grabs him and drills him with a spin-out power bomb. Cena raises his right hand in the air as some fans cheer and some boo. Cena does the “You Can’t See Me” routine and hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Cena waits for Doane to make it back to his feet. Doane gets up and Cena lifts him up for the FU. Cena hits It! Cena then locks on the STFU. Kenny struggles and hold on. The fans cheers quickly turn into boos as they see Randy Orton sprinting down the ramp with a steel chair in hand. Orton enters the ring and drills him in the back with a steel chair. The referee calls for the disqualification.

(WINNER: John Cena via DQ at 9:47)

Orton looks at Cena with an arrogant smile on his face as he waits for Cena to get back to his feet. Cena slowly gets up to a vertical base as Orton is being showered in boos. Cena turns around and Orton blasts him in the face with the steel chair.

King: Ha! Ha! What did I tell you J.R.! Yes!

J.R.: My god. John Cena has been busted open again. Orton has bloodied Cena again with a nasty steel chair shot.

The camera closes up on Cena’s face as the blood flows from his forehead. Orton throws the chair to the ground and does his “destiny” pose. Orton gets close up to Cena’s face and snaps his fingers as if to say “Just like that!” Orton leaves the ring to a tremendous amount of heat.

---Commercial Break---

J.R.: Ladies and gentlemen, before the break “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton bloodied John Cena for the second time. During this interlude Cena was helped to the back and apparently didn’t have any idea as to what was going around his surroundings. We believe he may have suffered a concussion and we’ll keep you updated on his condition.

King: What’s the moral of the story J.R.? Don’t mess with The Legend Killer. If Randy costs you a match, let it go. If he spits in your face, let it go. And if he beats you to a bloody pulp, let it go. If not, he’ll just bloody you up again. Ha! Ha! I feel bad for Cena cause he’s gonna have to get bloodied again at SummerSlam. But maybe if he apologizes to Orton now he’ll forgive him.

J.R.: Shut up, King.

“Metalingus” hits to momentous heat. The WWE Champion Edge and the Rated R Army come down to the ring.

Lilian: The following contest is a divas tag team match and it is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, accompanied to the ring by Shelton Benjamin, Chris Masters, the Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro and the WWE Champion Edge…..LITA AND MELINA!

J.R.: I know you’re wondering why every member of The Rated R Army is out here. After this match is over, the main event tag team lumberjack match is going to happen. D-Generation X vs. Umaga and Abyss.

King: Trish is in trouble. Think about it J.R.. Every member of Melina’s team is out here and Trish is teaming up with a partner that she can’t stand.

“Time To Rock and Roll” hits to a good ovation. Trish Stratus walks down the entrance ramp.

Lilian: And their opponents, introducing first, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, TRISH STRATUS!

J.R.: Both Trish and Melina want a shot at Mickie James’ Women’s Championship. This match could go a long way in determining who gets the shot at the Women’s Champion.

“Mickie” hits to a very loud mixed reaction. Probably 50/50. The WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James makes her way down to the ring very excitedly, jumping up and down.

Lilian: And her tag team partner, from Richmond, Virginia, she is the WWE Women’s Champion, MICKIE JAMES!

J.R.: Mickie James is a damn psycho and I don’t think she can be trusted to truly be a tag team partner to Trish.

Match #4
Mickie James & Trish Stratus vs. Melina & Lita

The Women’s Champion Mickie James and Melina start the match off. Mickie immediately locks up with Melina and performs a “go behind”. Mickie attempts a German suplex but Melina blocks it and powers Mickie backwards into her corner. Melina turns around and tags in the more experienced, Lita. Lita comes in and hits Mickie with a couple of stomps in the corner. She then pulls the Women’s Champion out of the corner and shoots her off the ropes. Lita gets set early and Mickie makes her pay by wrapping her arm around her neck and planting her with a DDT. Mickie lifts Lita up and applies a front-face lock and drags Lita to her corner. Mickie extends her hand to Trish. Trish hesitates but eventually tags into the match. The audience pops as Mickie exits and Trish enters. Trish enters the ring and immediately nails Lita with hard forearms. Mickie jumps down off of the apron and walks over to ringside. Mickie grabs her title from ringside and heads up the ramp. Edge and The Rated R Army begin to laugh as Trish has a shocked look on her face.

J.R.: What the hell is this?

King: You knew it was gonna happen sooner or later.

J.R.: Mickie James is taking her Women’s Title and is getting the hell out of here.

Mickie continues to walk up the ramp as Trish yells at her from in the ring. Trish turns around and gets caught with a kick to the stomach by Lita. Lita then plants her with a hard DDT. Lita drags Trish’s limp body towards the corner and climbs to the top turnbuckle. Lita flies off and finishes Trish off with a moonsault. Lita thinks about going for the cover but instead tags in Melina. Melina enters the ring and then covers Trish.




(WINNER: Melina and Lita at 6:45)

King: Melina won it! What a great competitor she is!

J.R.: Cut it King! Mickie abandoned Trish here tonight and on top of that Lita did all of the work. Now what the hell is going on?!

The WWE Champion Edge and The Rated R Army enter the ring. Edge demands that Masters and Benjamin go over and lift Trish up. Edge then gets set in the corner, setting up his Spear.


King: Even I think this is over the line! Come on Edge!

Before Edge can charge ahead…..Rob Van Dam, Carlito and Joey Mercury sprint towards the ring. Edge rolls to the outside as do Melina and Lita. RVD, Mercury and Carlito brawl with Masters, Nitro and Benjamin. Eventually the popular faces gain the upper hand. Carlito clotheslines Masters over the top rope at the same time that Mercury clotheslines Benjamin over. Nitro is trapped in the ring as Van Dam, Mercury and Benjamin surround the Intercontinental Champion. Mercury drills Nitro with a hard right hand. Carlito then grabs Nitro by the shoulders, jumps up and drills him with a back cracker. The audience cheers wildly as The Rated R Army looks pissed off from ringside. Van Dam climbs to the top turnbuckle and looks at the fans. The audience cheers wildly as Van Dam leaps up off the top and drills him with the Five Star Frog Splash. The fans go crazy as Van Dam, Mercury and Carlito stand tall in the ring as Edge and company look P.O.ed at ringside.

J.R.: YES! YES! Ahhhh NO!

Vince McMahon appears on the titantron.

McMahon: Very impressive. Carlito, Mercury and Rob Van Dam, I’m going to have to ask you to leave the ring because coming up next is the main event. And since the three of you arent lumberjacks, you have to leave. And if I see any of the three of you come out here during the match and attempt to attack The Rated R Army, you will be fired on the spot. Thank You.

The audience boos wildly as Edge gets a huge grin on his face,

King: Cat got your tongue J.R.? Can’t speak?

J.R.: Abyss and Umaga vs. Triple H and Shawn Michaels in a lumberjack match is next.

King: The destruction of DX! NEXT!

---Commercial Break---

J.R.: Ladies and gentlemen, just announced for SummerSlam, Mickie James defends her WWE Women's Championship against Trish Stratus and Melina on August 20.

“Down In The Catacombs” blasts over the loudspeaker to a decent amount of heat. Abyss (w/ Father James Mitchell) makes his way down to the ring.

Lilian: The following match is the main event and it is a tag team lumberjack match scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, accompanied to the ring Jim Mitchell, from Parts Unknown, weighing in at 350 pounds, ABYSS!

J.R.: This huge S.O.B. took out Kane and put him out of action and now….

King: And now Vince McMahon wants him to do the same thing to Triple H and Shawn Michaels.

“Samoa” hits to more decent heat. Umaga walks down the entrance ramp with Armando Alejandro Estrada by his side.

Lilian: And his tag team partner, accompanied by Armando Alejandro Estrada, from the Isle of Samoa, weighing in at 340 pounds, UMAGA!

J.R.: This is ridiculous King. Lets recap. DX is having communication problems. Edge and his Rated R Army are surrounding ringside. Carlito, Rob Van Dam and Joey Mercury have been banned from ringside. DX is gonna be in the ring with two monsters who are WELL over 300 pounds and DX have a WWE Title match on August 20.

King: Check.

J.R.: Thanks for the insight.

“Sexy Boy” hits to a tremendous ovation. Shawn Michaels cautiously walks towards the ring.

Lilian: And their opponents, introducing first, from San Antonio, Texas, weighing in at 225 pounds, “The Heartbreak Kid” SHAWN MICHAELS!

King: Ha! Ha! What’s wrong with this picture J.R.? What just happened that spells the end for DX?

J.R.: Each member of DX is gonna have their own separate entrance.

King: You damn right! This is it for them! Their huge egos have finally gotten the best of them!

“The Game” hits to a thunderous ovation, slightly louder than the one for Michaels. Triple H skips his entrance and sprints towards the ring. HHH slides into the ring and the match is on.

Match #5
Abyss & Umaga vs. Triple H & Shawn Michaels
Lumberjack Match

HHH and Michaels immediately begin to swing away on the two monsters. HHH nails Umaga with several hard right handed shots and then shoots The Samoan Bulldozer off the ropes. Umaga comes back and runs Hunter over with a clothesline. Abyss knees Michaels in the gut and then flings him over the top rope. Edge and his Army immediately go to work stomping away on HBK. Back in the ring, Umaga drops a huge splash on The Game. Umaga with the cover.




Helmsley kicks out. Umaga shoots HHH off of the ropes at the same time that Edge throws Michaels back into the ring. HHH comes back off the ropes and catches Umaga with a knee smash. HHH then shoots off the ropes and runs over Umaga with a clothesline. HHH then mounts Umaga and begins to wail away on The Samoan with hard right hands. Abyss enters the ring, grabs HHH by the hair and flings him over the top rope. Edge and his army begin to stomp away on HHH like piranha. They then throw Hunter back in the ring.

Abyss gets tagged in by Umaga and the two huge monsters begin to stomp away on Hunter. HBK makes it back to his feet and sees the beating that HHH is getting. Michaels thinks about helping but waves at Hunter and leaves the ring.

J.R.: NO! DAMN IT! Michaels is leaving Triple H to get his ass kicked!

King: DX is dead.

The fans begin an HBK chant as Michaels heads up the ramp. Michaels turns back towards the ring and looks at the beating that Hunter is getting. Michaels begins to head back up the ramp but can’t. HBK sprints back towards the ring, which gets the loudest pop of the night. Michaels begins to wail away on Umaga as the fans go crazy. Umaga hits Michaels with a kick to the gut and then shoots The Showstopper off of the ropes. HBK comes back and hits a flying forearm to the face of Umaga. Michaels nips up and goes after Abyss. Michaels throws right hands at The Monster and then shoots off of the ropes. HBK comes back but Abyss grabs him and plants him with The BLACK HOLE SLAM! HHH gets back to his feet and immediately goes after Umaga & Abyss. Umaga grabs Hunter by the throat and hits The Samoan Spike. Abyss then lifts HHH up and shoots him off the ropes. HHH comes back and gets planted with a BLACK HOLE SLAM! Abyss covers HHH.




(WINNERS: Abyss & Umaga at 11:12)

Mitchell and Estrada lead Abyss and Umaga to the backstage area. After a couple of more seconds Triple H and Shawn Michaels both make it to their feet. The two DX members look at each other. Michaels extends his hand. HHH thinks about it and then shakes Michaels’ hand as the crowd erupts.

J.R.: DX is back! YES!

King: That may be true but I think they forgot something.

J.R.: Oh crap!

The Rated R Army enters the ring and immediately attack DX. DX tries to fight back but there are too many of them. Edge’s army begins to decimate DX as Edge, Lita and Melina look on from ringside. Carlito, Rob Van Dam and Joey Mercury run back down to ringside and The Rated Army hops out of the ring and sprint toward the back. Van Dam and company give chase to the Army as Edge looks on pissed from ringside. Edge grabs his WWE Championship and slides into the ring. Edge takes a huge swing at Michaels but HBK ducks and drills Edge with SWEET CHIN MUSIC. Edge gets hit, spins around and gets kicked in the gut by Triple H. HHH sticks Edge in between his legs, hooks the arms and drills Edge with The PEDIGREE. HHH and HBK give Edge several DX crotch chops as the fans go crazy. Both Hunter and Michaels bend down and grab the WWE Championship at the same time. Hunter and Michaels look at each other with focused looks on their faces as each one realizes that the other wants the Title.

J.R.: My God! DX has survived tonight. They survived Umaga. They survived Abyss. They survived McMahon. They survived The Rated R Army. And they survived Edge. But will they survive each other? They both want the title but there can only be one WWE Champion! Good night everybody!

RAW goes off the air with both Triple H and Shawn Michaels staring a hole through the other while holding the WWE Championship.


Matches Announced For SummerSlam, August 20

World Heavyweight Championship

Kurt Angle(C) vs. Batista

WWE Championship
Edge(C) vs. Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels

First Blood match
John Cena vs. Randy Orton

Women's Championship
Mickie James(C) vs. Trish Stratus vs. Melina

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post #182 of 1435 (permalink) Old 09-30-2006, 09:00 PM
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Show looks great Mac. I'll drop a review tomorrow night.
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Kennedy...KENNEDY reviews RAW

Orton vs. Snitsky: Nice opening match to hype the 1st blood match at SS. Orton bloodies Snitsky and sends a message to Cena. Good stuff. 8/10

Edge/McMahon segment: Both guys were in character and now the deck is stacked against DX even more. 8/10

Haas vs. Striker: Nice match but neither guy interests me. 6/10

Trish/McMahon: Glad to see that you haven’t forgotten about the Vince/Shane feud. Trish has to team up with Mickie. More good stuff. 8/10

Flair promo: Damn Mac. You worked your ass off on that promo. Great stuff from Flair and he was definitely in character. 10/10

HBK promo: Michaels is definitely going heel. He’s starting to resemble the old Shawn Michaels more and more. Looking forward to Summerslam. 8/10

Cena vs. Doane: Nice match to get Cena over and continue the breakup of the Spirit Squad. After the match, Orton bloodies Cena. AWESOME! Orton comes across like a monster bloodying both Cena and Snitsky in the same show. Orton is definitely the favorite in the first blood match. 9/10

Divas Tag Match: Mickie abandons Trish and Melina picks up the win. The triple threat between them should be great. 7/10

Massive brawl: I liked the way you have managed to stretch this feud between the faces and The Rated R Army out. Nitro takes the beating and Vince kicks them from ringside. 8/10

Main Event: Great match. Michaels abandons HHH only to come right back. Good suspense as you seem to be holding off on the DX breakup. DX loses and Umaga and Abyss go over. 8/10

Post match: DX hugs each other and they are refocused. But the Rated R Army attacks them. Van Dam and company come back to the ring as DX takes care of Edge. Triple H and Michaels both want the title and the tension continues. 9/10

Overall: 8.5 You’re getting better and better. Keep it up.
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Orton vs Snitsky: Good match to open the show i like how the ref has to take Orton off Snitsky and Snitsky makes him pay for putting him in the corner basically. I liked Snitsky in this match and it was odvious it was a squash match for Orton and the ending was predictable as well. 7/10 good for a start match thast why its here but not a great or really good match.

Edge/Vince Promo: Good segment i liked how its not a lumberjack match its a lot though for just a main event as the tag team match could just be enough since its Abyss and Umaga you know but it sets up a good main event. 8/10

Charlie Haas vs Matt Striker: Not much i can say about this match i don't like Striker running around the ring but thats something he would do good to see Haas using his finishing submission to win though although I think Striker should of won. 7/10 Maybe this should of opened it has lower level superstars and Orton still deserves a higher slot in the card even against Snitsky.

Vince/Trish Promo: This was another good promo but at the end you got one thing off as u said get out of my office he would say get the hell out of my office not big it was a good short segment its 2 short to give it an amazing rating but its the best so far. 8.5/10

Flair promo: I loved this its pure gold man nothing is off in that the woo's are on time the feud is set up like the WWE could be different but that doesn't take away from this segment. I loved it completely Flair was awesome in this 9.5/10

Cena vs Ken: I didn't like that Doane was facing Cena so I don't have many comments on this match. I didn't like the booking even though the length was decent, The ending was decent it could of been better like Orton drilling Cena with an RKO to have a DQ win for Cena. 6.5/10

Women's Tag: I don't like Women's Division for reviewing so some short comments. I liked how Mickie left Trish high and dry and it was a decent match yet though very predictable like all the others. 7.5/10

R Rated Army/Faces segment: Good segment here I think that its good how the faces overcame the R Rated Army i am really in love with the storylines man besides some of the booking. 9/10 really good segment loved Vince in the end hehe.

Main Event: Good match i thought booking wise, I liked Umaga starting off strong with a pinfall attempt. I am very much liking this so far as the knee smash on Umaga by the Game then Abyss sending HHH to the outside to get his ass stomped all over. I think this could of been longer but i liked how DX lost and Abyss looked very good in the end. Not predictable ending but very predictable aftermath very good the best match of the night like it should be. 8.5/10

Length: 7/10 could of been longer but I just like longer shows it was ok tho in length.

Booking/Matchs: 6.5/10 I didn't like much of the booking half of it i didn't like but i thought the main event made up for that but still didn't get a stella rating.

Grammer: 10/10 Everyone almost gets this unless there are huge flaws from me as i am not good at spotting grammer unless i go look up every word to the exact hehe.

Entertainment: 8.5/10 None the less with all else the entertainment was good
i think it was very entertaining and really makes me want to read SummerSlam.

Overall: 8/10 Good show man not your best but its good i expected better matchs booked and more longer stuff but it didn't disappoint me still didn't disappoint me great show.
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Thanks for the review Deadman and Kennedy. You have been repped. More reviews are appreciated and will be returned & repped.

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Smackdown! Review

Orton vs. Snitsky – Quick match with Orton picking up the victory. Adds to SummserSlam.

Edge/McMahon segment – Good segment with a plan to end DX, so now it’s a lumberjack match for tonight.

Haas vs. Striker. – Another fast match with Haas getting victory, The Haas of Pain is one deadly submission.

Trish segment – Pretty short and quick to the point. It kind of sounded like you rushed it but good thinking and booking.

Flair Promo – Funny promo and very realistic. Nice hype for SummerSlam.

HBK interview – The End of DX? Shawn turning cocky? OH NOES!

Ken vs. Cena – Nice match up with Cena about to win, Orton comes out, nails the chair, Orton has a lot of hype going into SummerSlam thus far.

Rater R Army vs. Trish and Mickie – The Rated R Army is awesome let me tell you that, good match with Mickie James leaving Trish on her own Lita doing all the work and Melina making the cover, I don’t understand, oh well.

After Match: RVD, Carlito and Shelton make the save, but they can’t in the main event, interesting.

Main Event: Very good match, hint DX is leaving, but then they come back. If they break up at SummerSlam it isn’t the best news, but they become single workers again which is always nice. DX survied, but can they survive each other? Interesting.

Length: 7.5/10 Could have been longer but it’s still very good.
Grammar: 10/10 I didn’t notice much at all
Entertainment: 8/10 Very entertaining and your hyping up SummerSlam well.
Booking: Good booking, I can’t really judge much on this factor though.

Overall: Very good show, I look forward to another great review from you and SummerSlam
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Raw Review

Randy Orton vs. Snitsky:
As expected Orton picks up a reletiely easy win and is looking good heading into Summerslam.

Edge/McMahon Promo: Good promo, both men were in charcter here mate, and the main event should be fantastic!

Charlie Hass vs. Matt Striker: Another decent-solid match, with Hass forcing Striker to tap to his deadly submission manouver!

McMahon/Trish Segment:
A pretty short segment, which was rushed IMO. Still, it got it's point across well.

Ric Flair Promo: This was great, good stuff mate and a great way to hype Summerslam!

John Cena vs. Ken Doane: Pretty good matchup here, with Orton interfering to give Cena the DQ win.

Rated R Army vs. Trish and Mickie: Great womens match, I don't really like them but this was fantastic. Mickie turns on Trish, and it looks like we will see yet another feud between these two.Aftermath was great, I loved the huge brawl!

Main Event: Hints of a DX breakup are everywhere and I feel that someone will turn on the other at Summerslam! Great main event, MOTN!

Overall: Solid show mate, a good read 8/10

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Randy Orton vs. Snitsky: Good to see Snitsky appearing on Raw even though orton picked up the easy win

Edge/McMahon Promo: I like the idea of having "The Rated R Army" I think that McMahon will end up turning on Edge somewhere down the track. I hope HBK wins the title at SS

Charlie Hass vs. Matt Striker: Nice match with the right man getting the win

McMahon/Trish Segment: Quite a short segment but still got the job done

Ric Flair Promo: I really enjoyed this promo and I'm glad your using Flair, He was really in character during this promo

John Cena vs. Ken Doane: Kind of a mis matched I mean Kenny against Cena, Kenny is a great talent but he needs to establish himself as a singles superstar before going up against the likes of Cena

Rated R Army vs. Trish and Mickie: Good match I'm, glad your putting on a good match with the women

Main Event: Again I enjoyed this match and I think the whole hint of a DX breakup is just a big plan by HHH and HBK, Can't wait for SummerSlam

Length: 9/10 I think the length was just fine

Booking/Matchs: 7.5/10 The booking was done reasonbly well

Grammer: 10/10 Didn't see one mistake

Entertainment: 9.5/10 I really enjoyed reading this Raw it was quite entertaining

Overall: 8.5/10 It was a good show and I look foward to reading and reviewing many more of your shows
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dude that wasn't a f-ing review. You didn't even freaking read the show and review right. You don't put 3 words for each comment as that does nothing telling them its good you leave DETAILS on every match this won't be returned mate do FULL reviews
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Raw Review

Decent match and great way to put Orton over by having him completley destroy the monster Snitzky. Great way to build up their first blood match with having Orton bloody Snitzky and he has got to be the favourite for their upcoming match.

Good segment and the tag team lumberjack match should be good, with DX having to go through two monsters.

Good to see you using Haas good unlike the WWE and he gets the win over Stryker thanks to the Haas of Pain and he would be a good addition to the IC Title division.

Great Flair promo here wanting Foley in a match , and it should be some type of Hardcore Match which will be good. Flair was well in character.

Cena wins via DQ and Orton bloodies him up again and now definatley has to be the favourite for the first blood match, and seeing Cena will be the underdog i see him coming out the winner.

Melina and Lita pick up the victory thanks to Mickie walking out on Trish. Nice aftermath with Edge about to spear Trish only for RVD, Carlito and Mercury to make the save.

More hints of a DX breakup, and leads to a loss against Umaga and Abyss. DX quickly reunite afterwards cleaning house, but it is pretty obvious that they will split sometime soon, most likely at Summerslam.

Overall rating: 83/100
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