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Change of plans. RAW in recap. SmackDown! in full.

RAW (Recap)
August 28, 2006
Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville Arena


***Video recap of the ending of the Triple H-Shawn Michaels WWE Title match from last week’s RAW. Triple H and Michaels give the fans a hell of a match up before the former Champion Edge enters the ring. He takes down The Game with a spear, causing the referee to throw the match out. Edge destroys both members if DX, who have been worn out from the match. The video package ends with Edge forcing Michaels to submit to the Edgecator.***

The opening RAW video package plays. ‘To Be Loved’ blasts throughout the arena as the pyro shoots off. Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler run down tonight’s card including, HHH-Edge, Michaels-Shelton for the WWE Title, Cena-Orton and the first two draft picks of the Draft Lottery. King also reminds us that this is probably DX’s last night together.

The first match up of the night is a huge one as we get the next installment of the John Cena-Randy Orton feud. Cena and Orton go one on one. The two hated rivals put on a great TV match, probably slightly better than their SummerSlam match. At the ten minute mark, Orton manages to hit Cena with his trademark modified neck breaker. He goes for the cover but Cena kicks out! Orton stalks Cena and goes for the RKO but Cena counters and shoves him off the ropes. Cena gets set too early and Orton delivers a stiff kick to the face. He then reaches down and trips Cena up before putting him into the Texas Cloverleaf! The crowd is shocked as Orton reveals a new move to his arsenal. Cena struggles but then finally reaches the ropes! Cena gets back up to his feet as Orton waits on him. The Legend Killer hits him with the RKO and then covers him! Another 2 count! Orton lifts him back up to his feet and shoots him into the ropes. Orton attempts a clothesline. Cena ducks and lifts Orton up to his shoulders! He plants him with The F-U! Cover! The referee counts to three and Cena picks up the win!
(13:32)


After the match, Cena celebrates in the ring as he has finally managed to pick up a win over Orton after losing to him twice. The crowd erupts as a man enters the ring, behind Cena, in a suit. Cena turns around and the man almost takes his head off with a clothesline! The cheers quickly turn into boos as John Bradshaw Layfield stands over Cena. JBL grabs a mic from ringside and heads up the ramp. JBL tells Cena that he is the first draft pick and The Clothesline From Hell was retaliation for SummerSlam. Cena gets to his feet and yells at JBL from the ramp. JBL tells Cena to turn around. Cena turns and Orton catches him with the RKO! Orton stands over Cena huffing and puffing as JBL laughs.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break to the D-Generation X locker room. The WWE Champion Shawn Michaels and Triple H discuss the fact that this is the last night that DX is together. The Game says that if this is the last night of the DX era, then they’re going out on top. Michaels agrees and the two icons shake hands.

We cut to The Coach who is standing by. He shows the footage of last week’s tag team match. The Highlanders defeated Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch. After the match, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak jumped the fan barricade and laid out The Highlanders! After the footage plays, Coach introduces us to his guests, Reigns and Jindrak. Reigns cuts a promo, running down the tag team division, calling it a joke. He runs down what he feels are ‘joke’ tag teams, The Spirit Squad, The Highlanders and Eugene/Hacksaw. Reigns says he and Jindrak are going to bring violence to the division. Says he’ll take out his opponent (Robbie McAllister tonight)

Ross and Lawler hype the two main events, Edge-Triple H and HBK-Shelton. King recaps that JBL showed up and laid out John Cena. He says that theit is still one more draft pick from SmackDown to show up tonight.

[Commercial Break]

In the second match of the night, Luther Reigns takes on Robbie McAllister. The match up turns out to be a complete squash. Reigns destroys Robbie, using a modified swinging neck breaker to put him away.
(3:28)


After the match, Reigns continues to stomp away on Robbie after the match. Rory enters the ring and tries to help his cousin but he is soon taken out by Mark Jindrak. Jindrak hits Rory with the Mark of Excellence. Reigns and Jindrak then walk up the entrance ramp, laughing at their actions.

We cut to the Edge’s locker room. The Rated R Army is in full force. Edge ia furious, running down Shelton Benjamin, Chris Masters, Ken Doane and the Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro for their recent selfishness. He brings up the recent misunderstandings between Doane and Nitro and tells the two young superstars to get on the same page. Edge says that collectively The Rated R Army has lost SEVEN Matches in a row. Edge tells Doane, Nitro and Masters that they better win their six man tag team match tonight and sends them out of the locker room. Masters, Doane and Nitro leave the locker room with Shelton staying behind. Edge tells Benjamin that his job is to wear Shawn Michaels down tonight.

[Commercial Break]

In the third match up of the night, Ken Doane, Chris Masters and Johnny Nitro (w/Melina) team up to face Joey Mercury, Carlito and Rob Van Dam (w/Bill Alphonso). Very fast paced match up as RVD is in the match up for most of the match. Nitro and Doane have several miscommunications throughout, causing The Masterpiece excess punishment from his opponents. Eventually, the members of The Rated R Army get onto the same page. Nitro ends up brawling with Mercury to the outside as Van Dam brawls with Doane on the other side of the ringside area. Carlito and Masters remain in the ring. With the referee distracted by all the happenings taking place on the outside, Melina slides the IC Title belt into the ring and slides it into the ring. Masters picks it up and blasts Carlito in the face. He slides the belt out of the ring and covers Carlito. The referee turns around and counts the cover! The Rated R Army wins and the streak is over.
(8:12)


Masters, Nitro, Doane and Melina walk back up the ramp as Van Dam, Fonzie, and Mercury check on Carlito. Doane hugs Melina in excitement and Melina returns the embrace. Nitro grabs Doane and looks ready to hit him. The Masterpiece gets in between the two men and tells them to remember that they just won the match. Both Doane and Nitro calm down and continue towards the back.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break. In the backstage area, “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair is walking down a hallway and is being congratulated by several superstars on his SummerSlam win. Charlie Haas, Val Venis and other mid/lower tier superstars praise Flair on his hardcore win over Cactus Jack. A loud clapping is heard in the background and Flair’s smile turns into a look of anger. “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton walks into screenshot. He reminds Flair that a hardcore win over Cactus Jack is no big deal because he did it first. Flair then reminds Orton that the last time they were in the ring, he (Flair) picked up the win over Orton. Orton arrogantly smirks and then walks away as Flair looks on.

Backstage, Maria is standing by with the Women’s Champion Mickie James. Maria asks Mickie about how she feels about defending the Women’s Title against Trish Stratus at Unforgiven. Mickie says she beat Trish once and she’ll do it again on September 24. Maria says that Mickie was less than impressive at SummerSlam. Mickie snaps, attacking Maria. The Women’s Champion destroys her kicking and stomping on Maria. Trish Stratus comes in and stops the assault from continuing. Mickie smiles at her actions and walks off. Trish checks on Maria as we cut back to ringside.

Ross and Lawler show concern for Maria and disgust for the actions of James’. They then hype the upcoming WWE Title match between Shawn Michaels and Shelton Benjamin. They reinforce the fact that Shelton’s job tonight is not to win the championship but to merely weaken Michaels for when Edge cashes in on his rematch clause.

[Commercial Break]

In the first main event of the night, Shawn Michaels defends his WWE Championship against The Rated R Army’s Shelton Benjamin. Michaels and Benjamin put on a spectacular match with Benjamin managing to stick with HBK move for move. To no one’s surprise, Benjamin doesn’t go for any pin covers in the match because he isn’t trying to win the title. The ending comes when Michaels goes into his finishing sequence. He hits Shelton with a couple of clotheslines before hitting him with a reverse atomic drop. HBK shoots off the ropes and hits Benjamin with the flying forearm shot to the face. Both men are laid out in the middle of the ring. Surprisingly, Shelton is the first one up to his feet as he nips off the canvas! Benjamin gets cocky and Michaels nips up! Shelton faces Michaels and he delivers some Sweet Chin Music right to the jaw! HBK covers him for the win and retains his WWE Championship!
(11:54)


Before Michaels can even begin celebrating his first successful title defense, Edge and The Rated R Army run down to the ring. Michaels quickly rolls out of the ring and hops over the fan barricade. Edge and his Army look into the crowd pissed as “Sexy Boy” hits and Michaels begins to dance in the crowd.

[Commercial Break]

Another vignette plays hyping the debut of America’s Most Wanted.

SmackDown! Rebound
***The World Champion Kurt Angle and Batista brawl which leads to Batista blasting him in the face with a steel chair!***
***Finlay defeats The Undertaker after using the shillelagh.***
***King Booker and his Court attempt to attack The Deadman but The Rock makes the save.***


In the backstage area, Matt Striker once again asks Charlie Haas to team with him. Haas has the same response that he had last week, no. Striker says ‘no problem’ and walks off. Haas turns around and Striker jumps him from behind. Striker assaults Haas, leaving him laying before walking off.

Umaga and Armando Alejandro Estrada come to the ring. Estrada once again cuts a scathing promo on Cactus Jack. AAE calls him a “fat, lazy, out of shape, one-eared DUMMY!” Estrada challenges Foley to show up next week on RAW and accept the challenge of Uuuuummmaaggaaaa!!!

Ross and Lawler hype the upcoming match between Triple H and Edge. The RAW commentators remind viewers that this may be the last night that D-Generation X is together on RAW. Ross also announces that next week on RAW (pending the draft results) John Cena will team with Ric Flair to face JBL and Randy Orton.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break with John Bradshaw Layfield walking down a hallway. JBL stops dead in his tracks and stares in front of him with a shocked expression. JBL asks the person in front of him if he’s the newest draft pick. The camera moves and shows The Big Show (w/Paul Heyman). Heyman asks JBL “What do you think?” before walking away with Show. JBL stares at Show as he leaves, shocked that the dominant monster is also now on RAW.

Mr. McMahon comes to out and has a seat at the announce table, ready for tonight’s second main event.

Triple H and Edge do battle. It is a very even contest with Edge using every illegal tactic in the book to stop The Game. Eventually, Edge manages to get The King of Kings down to the mat. Edge stalks HHH wanting to finish him off with The Spear. Triple H slowly gets up to his feet and Edge charges ahead going for his finishing move. The Game catches the former WWE Champion with a drop toe hold, causing Edge’s face to smash into the bottom turnbuckle! Triple H gets back to his feet and waits for Edge to turn around. Edge finally does and Triple H drops him with a Pedigree! He goes for the cover and the win but Lita jumps on top of The Game, causing the disqualification.
(8:32)


Triple H takes Lita and flings her off of his back. He then lifts her up and prepares to hit her with The Pedigree but Lita hit’s the low blow and rolls out of the ring! McMahon gets up from his seat and begins laughing at Triple H, who is holding his crotch in the ring. The audience erupts as the WWE Champion Shawn Michaels comes back over the fan barricade and grabs McMahon! The Heartbreak Kid throws McMahon into the ring! McMahon begs off as DX stands in front of him. Michaels thinks about it for a second but drills him with Sweet Chin Music! McMahon doesn’t immediately go down but does when Hunter drops him with The Pedigree! Triple H and Michaels give Vinnie Mac several DX crotch chops as “Break It Down” hits for possibly the last time. Triple H and Michaels turn towards the crowd and give several more crotch shops as the pyro shoots off! Hunter and HBK embrace in the middle of the ring as the show goes off the air.

END OF SHOW


Announced For RAW Next week:
Draft Lottery

The final two SmackDown! Draft picks come to RAW

If all four men are on RAW after draft
Ric Flair & John Cena vs. JBL & Randy Orton


Announced For Unforgiven 8/24/06
Women’s Championship
Mickie James© vs. Trish Stratus


I know it’s a recap so I wont be expecting a full review but a couple of comments on the show/storylines/angle/etc. would be appreciated.

Note: SmackDown! will be posted either tomorrow or Monday and it will be in full.
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Nooo...that means I am going to have to review it (small OCD of mine). And my brain is numb from reviewing Deadman's Royal Rumble...this may take a while.

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Wow, I'm really sorry I haven't gotten up a SS review ddmrko. Give me a couple of days and I'll have one up.
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JBL and Big Show on SmackDown! Thats huge man. I guess that means that Matt Hardy doesn't get his one on one match. I totally expect Triple H to be drafted to SD after the hype for that tonight. Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak are nice additions to the roster and I love the intensity of Reigns. I LOVE THE KENNY-NITRO-MELINA LOVE TRIANGLE. Thats just a great storyline and storylines are the best part of your shows. You always seem to have a intriguing story to tell when it comes to superstars (DX storyline, Rey-Hardy). Great stuff. Keep up the good work Mac.
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RAW already? Let the reviews come in! Oh well, something else to review.OoOoO, a draft? Interesting. Cena easily picks up a win in a singles match that was just as long as last night's first blood match? I see why you made JBL attack now. He's drafted to RAW! So it's gonna be JBL vs Cena at Unforgiven?
I'm not a fan of this. Triple H and Shawn Michaels still D-X, even with Shawn as Champion? How long can the alliance last? Interesting little promo from Luther. I don't see him going very far at all. Squash match where Luther picks up a win. Seven losses in a row? You're just making the Rated R Army look like a real joke now! You're making Edge look like a total joke. Finally! A win! I see you have a little love triangle between Kenny, Nitro and Melina. Interesting. I see a Randy and Flair feud. Makes little sense as Randy just got his ass kicked. Maybe you should have had this segment before the match he lost. Cool Mickie promo. Great match between Shelton and Michaels. HBK easily picks up the win. America's Most Wanted video, Smackdown Rebound, yada, yada, yada, and ah, back to the action. Why would Striker want Haas as a partner? I see Haas verses Striker at Unforgiven though! Cool! Umaga verses Mick Foley! Umaga better knock him out with a Samoan Spike! Big Show comes to Smackdown in a backstage segment. Shows how much you'll push him. Triple H wins by DQ! McMahon gets up from his seat? Was he in attendance? So confused as to how Vince got involved. Overall it was a good show. I'm not leaving a grade because it was a recap.
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Just a little note for you Angle33,I know it takes time for people's reviews to come in but I'm pretty impatient. I just pretend to be and this was the second RAW after SummerSlam.
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Sorry it was late. Reasons because I was lazy, perhaps. My reviews are always f'n long, and since I have three PPV Reviews to write, procrastination always keeps them at bay. However, I'm here now.

WCW Rules' Review of ddmrko's Summerslam

Opening Video Package: Excellent, excellent video package here, ddmrko. Nice usage of words to accomodate the pictures. For a Summerslam though, which is a minor Big Four PPV, perhaps the strong words were a little too much for a video package. Perhaps something leaner could've sufficed. Still, though, it was an excellent video package nonetheless.

RAW 6-Man Tag Team Match: So, starting off the show with a 6-Man Tag Team Match, on the RAW side? Should be interesting considering the calibre of men in the ring. The first paragraph contains some written and grammatical errors, and the flow isn't starting too well either. My main man Benji mixing it up with Mr.Monday Night has been repetively done, but you managed to pull off a pretty straightforward encounter between the two to start off the match. Still, some of that horrendous flow accompanies the match thus far, making it very irritating to read. You're using the men pretty well, however, its the constant timing of flow in the match that is giving it a hard time. As always with Tag Matches, you have guys coming in and out, as well as chaos. The flow starts to get a little better midway through, and nothing totally out of place has occured anywhere, which is a good thing. Awesome, but predictable spots near the end of the match, in which RVD wins? No! I wanted Benji to win for his team, damn it!! The start of the match was a little shakey, ddmrko, but it started to pick up some speed during the middle, and finally began to go at a face pace near the end. The grammatical errors detract from the match slightly, but if they had not been there, this match would've been far more enjoyable. The Rated R Army loses the first match, and I can't help but think the same fate will confront Edge later on in the Title Match. Good fast paced opener that started off pretty edgy, try to improve on flow, as that was your only problem.

Mysterio/Hardy Promo: Some hostilities brewing. Both men have ha a hard time with the Big Show, and it seems their common enemy will create an enemy through them this time. Good promo, though a little too short. Good use of foreshadowing though, as I can't help but think something will occur between these two later on.

Benoit Vs Henry: Agh, my eyes! Next time, man, lay off the green. LOL, now onto the match. From the moment I read the first line, I knew this would be a slow and hard hitting match. The match starts off rather well, with some excellent use of Benoit's moveset and some interaction with the ring, as well as some believable fatigue setting in. The flow is getting better, the commentary however can either break it or help it. I love how Benoit is dominating Henry as of now, but I know Henry will bounce back. Its only realistic. Some power being inflicted, much to my surprise, I'm actually loving this match. These are the type of matches I like for some odd reason. Looks like after Henry's retaliation, Benoit takes the brute down with a Sharpshooter. I like how you held onto the submission for as long as you can, as making submissions look credible on BTB is something that only most Indy writers can excel at, and its great to see you can hold your own. This is definitely slow though, however, its realistic to see major moves being performed in intervals, so major marks there, man. So far, this match has been awesome, very realistic and brutal. The ending is always the most exciting of a match, as all the desperation and effort comes into play. Looks like Benoit is reiterating what he had done in the same arena 2 years ago. The ending paragraph was well written, and it looks like Benoit picks up a victory against the World's Strongest Man, just as it should be. This was a pretty good match, at least to me it was. It had all the elements that it was supposed to contain, and therefore, major points for you. The ending was just sick, and its something you'd expect from the Rabid Wolverine. Awesome match. Lets see if you can keep it up.

Triple H/McMahon & Coach Promo: Some excellent and very vigorous words by Triple H, who would do anything to become an 11-Time Champion. Haha, funny comment by HHH to McMahon. I didn't see that coming, yet, in a way, I kinda did. Its good to see Triple H is having an edgier persona even as a member of DX, so refreshing. McMahon was kind of in character, though some comments detracted his character, and degraded it as well, lol. Nice use of the past, though perhaps a bit done, but we all know McMahon just likes to rub that in the face off the fans, so no problems there. I think something kighty unexpected will come out of the RAW Main Event, something very shocking. Awesome promo, by the way, in character all the way through and with some humorous and serious tones thrown in, it was very pleasing.

Cactus Jack Vs Ric Flair: I'm getting tired of seeing these two together, so it might detract from my reading experience. The beginning of the match was simple, but realistic. The bat to the gut was pretty awesome, since this is a Hardcore Match, anything goes, but don't overdo it so much as a match can only go so violent without losing that overall interest and adrenaline. Okay, now this match is going absolutely crazy! Haha, Jack crashes through the table without hitting Flair, now that is just classic! So far, this match has definitely been better than their real Summerslam encounter, though some spots are just insane. Ouch, Flair being busted open with a piece of broken table? That has to hurt. The risk factor of the match already went through the roof, and anything else is just aloof. The match hasn't been a wrestling classic, just a brutal encounter, which is something expected with Foley in here, expecially his violent alter ego. Sadistic piledriver through the chair! Does the WWE even allow piledrivers anymore? Some marks lost for realism there, man. More crazy spots and now here comes the thumbtacks. I know where this is going, and I was correct. Nothing but total violence and chaos as these two men go at it like never before. A better, more violent match than their Summerslam encounter, so thats good for you. WTF? Piledriver through the tacks? Absolutely sick and unreal. More use of the tack issues with both men falling into the tacks. How the hell can there be a victor with this juch inflicted pain? Crazy bastard! Brainbuster through a table was nice, though a bit overeffective. The fatigue starts to set in, and Flair wins! Yes! The Nature Boy wins! Brutal, fucking brutal you sadistic bastard! I loved it, though it was a bit unreal at some points. Still, a sadistic match that brought a maniacal smile to my face.

Heyman/Big Show Promo: So, Heyman is doing all the talking? Interesting, I would've liked to see Big Show say something at least, but whatever. Heyman was definitely in character throughout this promo, with some interesting comments pertaining to Mysterio and Hardy. I wouldn't be surprised if Hardy did get involved, I guess we can only see.

Rey Mysterio Vs Big Show: I really didn't expect anything out of this match as its been done before so many times, especially on television. Mysterio obtains a slight advantage in the beginning, but I don't expect that to last very long. The flow has gotten a lot better, though. The match goes from slow, to fast, slow, to fast, in almost instantaneous behavior, which does detract a bit. Mysterio isn't getting a whole lot of offense in, but that is to be expected with his opponent being the Big Show. To be honest, I didn't care all that much for this match, the outcome was kinda predictable, with Hardy coming in, though he did help Mysterio. Big Show puts away Mysterio for good with a Chokeslam. Overall, pretty decent match. The predictability factor killed it though. A little bit back and forth with Big Show gaining most of the momentum was really not all that surprising.

Cena/JBL/Kennedy Promo: Weird, but productive combination. I didn't like the way Cena was barely able to speak as JBL and Kennedy just came up with the humor as they went. He didn't even retaliate, which is something unlike Cena. Cena was in character at first, but once JBL and Kennedy interrupted, it turned a potentially gold promo to nothing more than an abundance of humorous insults. Perhaps their insults were a little too much, but I did enjoy Cena's assault on Mr.Kennedy, damn he annoys me to no end. I'm really looking forward to his match with Orton, should be good and an all out brawl.

John Cena Vs Randy Orton: One of the two matches I've highly anticipated starting reading Summerslam, the other being Batista Vs Angle. Nonetheless, I expect this match should be nothing short of a brutal brawl. Cena and Orton have been used to perfection so far, with some use of mentality thrown in really got the match going after a slow, but intentional start. The RKO and 5-Knuckle Shuffle onto the chair was brilliant. Damn you, ddmrko, I don't want to see Flabby McJab Jab and Loud Mouth Annoyance ruin the match! I like JBL, I dislike Kennedy. The interference hurt this match badly, and the ending was entirely concentrated on that interference, but the STFU with the blood on Cena was brilliantly done, but it has been done before on RAW with Angle. Good match, abruptly ruined by unneeded interference. Good thing Cena stands tall, I'm a fan of Cena, so this should come as no surprise.

McMahon/HBK Promo: McMahon did most of the talking in this promo, so it was kind of weak. Impressive promo, though. McMahon really tried to sway HBK with the mention of the past, which is always a good way to stir up some backlash. HBK isn't falling for it, and simply ignores him, but McMahon is ever persistent. I wonder what will happen tonight, but I can take a guess.

Melina Vs Mickie Vs Trish: My poor, lovely Melina is the dark horse and weakest link in this match, I don't think she can overcome seeing as you adore Mickie James far too much. Back and forth action, but thats all this match really was. A little showcase with all three women, but in the end, this was just another Diva Match, however, since one of my favorite Divas was involved, it definitely helped the significance to me. There was a great deal many moves though, which varied the match from other Diva matches. Damn it, Melina is the one who suffers and loses at the hands of James? Bastard. Poor Trish got screwed, maybe she'll get another shot at Mickie later on. I hope Melina can recover though.

Teddy Long Promo: Looks like Long is letting the world know whats happening tonight. Long is proud of Sabin, it seems. Maybe big things could come for Sabin's future? Thats always a guess. King Booker was interesting, and its always funny to see the old Booker T come out of it, always a humorous character. Again with Kennedy and JBL? Yawn. Their comments were funny though, and changing the match around? This late into Summerslam? I smell something cooking, and it isn't victory.

JBL/Kennedy Vs The Hooliganz Vs Pitbulls: I wasn't too much into this match, so I'll just leave some comments. You have an interesting mix of styles here with a Ladder, anything could go. Kennedy was definitely the star in this match, along with the Hooliganz, who all three definitely made an impact. The Pitbulls and JBL were barely surprising, and rarely made any sort of effort to do anything incredible. This isn't a TLC, why the table? Use the ladder, man! Goodbye, Noble, and the Hooliganz win! A decent match, but the significance, although apparent, seemed too small. Seemed too much like a gimmick filler to me to become anything short of a spotfest. Enjoyable yes, but nothing special. I sense JBl and Kennedy will speak of "screwjob!"

DX Promo: I knew this was coming up sooner or later. I felt this feud has definitely overshadowed the Batista/Angle feud so far, which hasn't had any promos so far tonight. I hope there can be some sort of build up to it eventually. Back to this promo, this was very good. Both Triple H and HBK are determined to do anything to come out WWE Champion, even so far eliminating their friendship to do so. I'm loving this as it brings another dimension to a Championship feud, which is always good to see.

Long Promo: Short, and nothing much but seeing when the hell the mystery partner is arriving. Traffic? Uh oh....

Smackdown 6-Man Tag Team Match: This is going to be an awesome packed match, even more so than the RAW version. Looks like the Mystery Partner isn't here yet, that sucks. This is going to be a Handicap match for sure, but with Lashley and Taker as partners, it shouldn't be any problem for them. The match starts off typical, we've seen this a couple of times already. The flow definitely has gotten, and it helped the match. Some working and in-ring psychology is used on Lashley, who bounces back. It was funny when Booker tagged in Regal against Undertaker. That made me laugh. As always, Taker dominates. Some good use of tagging, keeping the Undertaker in the ring. So far, this match has been exceptional, of course, for a Tag Team Match. The ending came more swifly than I thought, with Booker beating Lashley away with a Houston Hangover, I miss that move! The outcome was definitely unexpected. The aftermath was too long, though. The limo comes up, and reveals the Rock!!! IF YA SMELL! The Rock cleans house, and simply dominates with a memorable redebut! I expect big things to come on Smackdown, oh yeah! The match came by fast, but the aftermath did drag on a bit. Definitely a great comeback for the Great One!

Rated R Promo: Bleh, Edge. I don't like his promos, its the same old whiny, bitchy complaining. Whats new with his character? Aboslutely nothing. Just further hype into the match, he is going to lose it to someone. I just know it. The fervor within HBK and HHH is just too strong to ignore.

HHH Vs Edge Vs HBK: Now, this, this is what I'm talking about. Already, at the beginning, we're seeing some solid action taking place. Some use of reversals, and it seems as if Edge is the weakes tlink in this match, with HBK and HHH already going at it! This was nothing but action packed, with hard hitting moves and wrestling at intervals, fast and interesting. Definitely tops the other matches by increasing margins. The middle of the match contained some unbelievable spots, like a piledriver on the steel steps. Gee, ORRY and ddmrko have a lot in common, lol. Lovely image there, man. Shit, near the ending, the interference comes into play. No! Don't ruin it! Damn, how many Sweet Chin Musics can they take? Looks like Edge is out of this match, oh no, Pedigree into a Sweet Chin Music? Michaels wins a hellacious match!!! What an awesome and action filled match, very brutal! MOTN definitely, one of the better matches in this thread even. I hope Angle/Batista can be something of similiar value. Looks like DX is still together to a ravish ovation, just as it should be, IMO.

McMahon Promo: Vince has every right to be pissed, looks like his persuasive ways didn't have any effect on DX. Uh oh, what is Vince up to? What is he doing on RAW?

Batista Vs Kurt Angle: Finally, after going through pages of matches and promos, finally the match I've been wanting to read for the damn longest. I'll hopefully enjoy this. The match starts off with a test of strenght, expected. The fans are into this as much as I am. Good use of Batista and Angle in the first minutes of the match. Looks like you're saving the high end moves for later on, which is fine with me. Batista uses his strength to get the advantage, and dominates Angle near the middle. This si getting interesting, see as both men are going at it to the fullest. Angle uses his submission moves, and finally, both men's moveset starts coming into play. So far, this match has been nothing short of incredible. Definitely a contender for Best Match on the BTB Awards. This has been almost as good as the RAW Main Event, but the length of their encounter being only 15 minutes hurts this match a bit. Angle tries for some high risk moves, and finally, Batista is being dominated. Some back and forth, and no! The end comes slowly with the win of Kurt Angle! I wanted Batista to win, but oh well. This match was awesome. Definitely what I was waiting for, but it did lack a longer length. Other than that, good use of their movesets, interactions with the surroundings, and so forth, this was excellent. A little slow, but I like that. The aftermath was great, and the Heel turn for Batista was predictable. An awesome ending to a great PPV.

Overall Score: Your second PPV, definitely improved. The beginning matches kinda faultered, especially the first match in which the flow was horrendous. It start to get better towards the middle matches. The ending matches were definitely the grace of the PPV, especially the Main Events. The promos were there, and some were good, while others were average. Batista/Angle could've used some more build-up though, as RAW had more momentum to it. Great PPV effort, ddmrko. Thoroughly, I enjoyed it. 9/10
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WWE SmackDown! Preview
September 1, 2006
Memphis, Tennessee
The Pyramid

Finally…

For the first time in over two years, The Rock will be in action. Ever since SummerSlam, The Rock has had his problems with King Booker and his Court. This Friday night, The Great One gets his chance to take on one of them when he wrestles Sir William Regal one on one. Will The Rock’s return to the ring be a successful one or will The People’s Champion show signs of ring rust when he steps into the ring with one of King Booker’s knights?

The Draft Strikes
This past Monday night on RAW, The Big Show and John Bradshaw Layfield were drafted. Because of these recent developments, the scheduled match for this Friday between The Big Show and Matt Hardy can no longer take place. How will Hardy react to this news after weeks of wanting to get his hands on The Big Show?

And what two RAW superstars will be coming to SmackDown! Will we see D-Generation X finally broken up? Will Shawn Michaels or Triple H end up on the blue brand? Or will different top tier superstars switch brands? Edge? John Cena? Randy Orton? Rob Van Dam? Ric Flair?

Animalistic Rage
Last week on SmackDown, the vicious streak that Batista showed at SummerSlam continued. After Hardcore Holly defeated The Miz in a match up, Batista made his presence felt, taking out both men. The World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle tried to gain a measure of revenge but received a chair shot for his efforts. As a result of Batista’s actions, this week on SmackDown! “The Animal” takes on Holly and Miz in a handicap match. Will Holly and Miz gain retribution for last week’s attack or will Batista’s dominance continue? And what will “The Wrestling Machine” have in store for Batista after being laid out with a chair TWICE?!

Announced For SmackDown!
Draft Lottery

The first two RAW draft picks to come to SmackDown!

After two years, The Great One returns to the ring.
The Rock vs. Sir William Regal

Handicap Match

Batista vs. Hardcore Holly & The Miz

Mr. Kennedy vs. Chris Benoit


Note: SD will be in full and will probably be posted tomorrow.

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And for everyone who is a little lost on what's happening in this thread and are too lazy to look back through the pages. Here's what has happened since SummerSlam...

Monday Night RAW (Recapped) - August 21, 2006
New York, New York - Madison Square Garden


A video plays running down the major happenings of SummerSlam.

J.R. and The King recap all the big things that happened at SummerSlam before running down tonight’s card.

The night starts off with the new WWE Champion, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels comes to the ring and cuts a promo. Michaels thanks the fans for staying by him for the past 10 years of his career, through the back surgeries, through his comeback and through his fifth World Title win. Michaels then says that as far as he is concerned DX is still together. The crowd cheers wildly but then Vince McMahon’s music hits and Mr. McMahon makes his way onto the stage. HBK does his typical DX routine, calling McMahon old and saying he wears diapers. Surprisingly, McMahon doesn’t get upset and keeps on smiling. McMahon finally shows Michaels “his cards”. The Chairman of the Board makes a huge announcement. Starting next week on RAW, there will be a DRAFT LOTTERY! McMahon tells Michaels that he wouldn’t be surprised if one member of DX ended up on SmackDown! Before he leaves, McMahon has one more announcement. Michaels will defend his newly won championship against Triple H in the Main Event. McMahon smiles and walks off as Michaels looks shocked.

In the first match up of the night, Shelton Benjamin faces John Cena. After a closely contested match, Cena picks up the win after the F-U. After the match, Cena calls out Orton and challenges him to a match for next week. Orton comes out to the stage and refuses, saying he has nothing left to prove after beating Cena twice. Cena runs Orton down with insults until Orton snaps. The Legend Killer runs to the ring and the brawl is on. Cena knocks Orton down with a clothesline and prepares to hit the FU. Benjamin comes after Cena but Cena catches him and hits Benjamin with the FU!

In a backstage interview, Armando Alejandro Estrada shows footage from last week on RAW. Footage shows Cactus Jack interfering in a match between Ric Flair and Umaga. Jack bloodies Umaga with a barb-wired bat, sending a message to Flair. The video ends. Estrada cuts a heated promo, trashing Foley and mocking the fact that he lost to Flair at SummerSlam. Estrada says Umaga can destroy Foley whenever he wants.

In the next match up of the night, Melina battles Trish Stratus for a Women’s Title match at Unforgiven. Mickie James joins J.R. and The King for commentary. Its a decent contest, until Nitro botches interference while the referee is distracted. Nitro goes for a super kick on Trish but she ducks and the Intercontinental Champion accidentally hits his girlfriend! Trish gives Nitro a low blow and then hits The Stratusfaction. Trish then covers Melina for the win. Ken Doane runs down to the ring and lifts Melina up! Doane carries Melina back up the ramp as Nitro is laid out in the middle of the ring. Trish and Mickie have a stare down as Doane carries Nitro’s woman to the back.

In the DX locker room, Triple H and Shawn Michaels talk about the WWE Championship match. Michaels tells Hunter that he plans on staying champion for a long time. Hunter says if one of them is leaving, he’s leaving with the WWE Championship!

A vignette plays hyping the debut of a new tag team on RAW. “America’s Most Wanted…Coming Soon.”

In the third match of the night, Charlie Haas wrestles Rob Conway. Haas wins what turns out to be your typical squash match. Haas forces him to submit to the Haas of Pain. After the match Haas grabs a mic and says that he plans on having some gold on RAW very shortly. The crowd gives a decent pop as Haas walks to the back.

In The Rated R Army’s locker room, Ken Doane comforts Melina. Johnny Nitro busts into the locker room, sees what’s going on and charges at Doane! Masters and Benjamin hold Nitro back and all chaos ensues. Doane gets up and attacks Nitro as Melina screams loudly as the two men brawl. Masters and Benjamin try to separate the two apart as Lita walks into the locker room. Lita yells at everyone and they relax a little. Lita reminds them that she is in charge since Edge is not here. She reminds The Rated R Army that they have lost their past six matches including two tonight. Tells Johnny Nitro that he can‘t lose tonight.

In the fourth match up of the night, Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch take on The Highlanders. Robbie and Rory win the match up, using The Scot Drop to put Murdoch. As The Highlanders are celebrating they’re victory, two tall, well muscled men jump the barricade and enter the ring. One of the men catches Rory right in the face with a beautiful dropkick. The other man waits for Robby to turn around and catches him with a stiff running boot to the face. The camera zooms in on the two men’s faces to show that they are……Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak.

In his locker room, Charlie Haas is taking the tape off of his hands when Matt Striker walks in. Striker says he’s been very impressed with Haas as of late and suggests a partnership between the two men. Striker then tries to entice Haas with the prospect of tag team gold. Haas turns him down and says from now on he is strictly solo. Haas grabs his bag and walks out of the locker room as Striker looks on upset.

Inside The Rated R locker room, Johnny Nitro tells Melina that his match up is up next. Melina gets up but Doane says that she shouldn’t leave because its not safe out there. Trying to avoid another problem, Lita just tells Nitro to go out there by himself. Nitro snatches his Intercontinental Championship off of a chair and storms out of the locker room. Doane wraps his arm around Melina as Benjamin, Masters and Lita stare a whole through him.

In a battle between former teammates, the Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro battles Joey Mercury in a non-title match. The intensity of this match up is off the hook as these two men seem to have a hatred for each other, stemming from Judgment Day. Towards the end of the contest, Mercury begins to dominate and hits Nitro with his Hangaman’s neck breaker. Nitro kicks out at a count of two and rolls out of the ring. He grabs his IC Title and smashes it over the head. Nitro loses by DQ and the losing streak of The Rated R Army continues. Nitro continues to attack Mercury after the match until Rob Van Dam and Carlito make the save.

In the main event, DX teammates battle when the new WWE Champion, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels takes on “The Game” Triple H for the title. The match runs 20 minutes with both men controlling the contest at several points. Towards the end of the match, Michaels hits Triple H with the super kick. Michaels covers him but Triple H kicks out! Shocked, HBK sets The Game up for one more! Hunter gets up to his feet and HBK goes for Sweet Chin Music one more time! Triple H ducks and kicks the WWE Champion in the stomach. Triple H hooks the arms, jumps up and plants him with The Pedigree! Triple H covers Michaels. HBK kicks out at the count of 2 ¾, barely managing to keep a grasp of his championship. Triple H lifts him back up to his feet and prepares to hit him with another Pedigree. Hunter hooks the arms but before he can hit the move….SPEAR!!! The referee calls for the bell as the former WWE Champion Edge takes The Game out with a devastating Spear. Edge then goes over to Michaels and wears the WWE Champion out with hard right hands! Edge lifts Triple H up and throws him out of the ring. Edge goes back over to Michaels and puts him into the Edgecator! He holds in the modified Sharpshooter for at least a full minute as Michaels screams in pain. RAW goes off the air with “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels tapping to the former Champion!


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Friday Night SmackDown! (Recapped) - August 25, 2006
New York, New York - Madison Square Garden


SmackDown! starts off completely cold, with no recap and no fireworks. The show opens in the parking lot with the World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle pacing back and forth in front of the entrance door. The camera closes in on Angle’s right hand and shows that he is holding a lead pipe in his hand. Joey Styles and Tazz speculate that Angle must be waiting for Batista to show up, so he can exact revenge for the brutal beating Batista gave him at SummerSlam.

The first match up of the night is for the WWE Tag Team Championship. The new champions, The Hooligans take on the former champions, JBL and Mr. Kennedy. The two teams have a very competitive match up until it turns into a melee with all four men brawling in the ring. Kendrick clotheslines Kennedy over the top rope and then takes him completely out with a beautiful plancha. Inside the ring, JBL manages to roll JBL up in a small package to pick up the win. The Hooligans retain the Tag Team Titles as JBL looks at the referee shocked.

Backstage, King Booker fires up the United States Champion Finlay and Sir William Regal. Booker says they all have jobs to do. Finlay’s job is to defeat The Undertaker and take him out, just like he did Lashley at SummerSlam. Book tells Regal that his job is simple and then whispers a plan into his ear.

A vignette plays hyping the debut of a new wrestler. “In three weeks, ‘The Fallen Angel’ preaches the gospel in the WWE. Christopher Daniels comes to SmackDown!”

In Teddy Long’s office, the Cruiserweight Champion Chris Sabin talks to Long about bringing in The Fallen Angel. Sabin calls Daniels a “cancer”. Saying that he is one of the most selfish individuals in the business. Long tells Sabin that he knows what he is doing and get ready for his match. There’s a knock on Long’s door and Matt Hardy walks in. Hardy demands The Big Show in a match tonight. Long says he would love to make the match BUT Show isn’t there tonight. Long then says if both men are still here next week (draft), he’ll make the match.

In the second match up of the night, Chris Sabin defends his Cruiserweight Championship against The Pit Bulls, Kid Kash and Jamie Noble in a triple threat match. During the opening stages of the match, Noble and Kash double team Sabin with several double team moves. Eventually, the tag team has a misunderstanding and the brawl between teammates is on. Sabin gets back into the action and now we “officially” have a triple threat match. At the 10 minute mark, Kash catches his partner with his Dead Level brain buster! Kash spends too much time gloating and Sabin catches him with a kick to the gut. Sabin then lifts him up and hits him with the Cradle Shock to pick up the victory and retain his title!


We cut back to the parking lot. Kurt Angle is still waiting for the arrival of Batista with a pipe in his hand. Four security guards come to the parking lot and ask Angle to hand them the lead pipe. Angle thinks about it for a second and snaps! He takes some of them out, hitting a couple right in the face with the pipe! Angle chases the other two out of the parking lot and goes back to waiting on Batista, with a crazed look on his face.

Sir William Regal comes to the ring and calls out The Rock! Rock’s music hits and he walks to the ring, receiving a earth shattering ovation. Before Rock makes it all the way to the ring, King Booker attacks him from behind. Booker hits him with several forearms to the back before tossing him in the ring. Regal grabs Rock and shoots him into the ropes. Rock comes back and runs him over with a clothesline! Rock taunts Regal as Booker gets into the ring. Rock turns around and Booker attempts The Book End. Rock counters and sends Booker into the ropes. Rock hit his Spinebuster and then prepares to hit The People’s Elbow but Booker quickly rolls out of the ring. Rock and Booker stare each other down. The Rock tells Booker to “bring it” as the king continues to back up the ramp.

In the third match, Chris Benoit takes on Gregory Helms. Helms manages to hang with Benoit for the first couple of minutes but when Benoit puts it into overdrive. Benoit hits Helms with several German suplexes before climbing to the top and hitting a flying head butt! Benoit then puts him in the Crossface and makes him submit rather quickly.

We cut to a Matt Hardy’s locker room. Rey Mysterio walks in and wishes him good luck in his match with The Big Show next week. Hardy says that he wouldn’t have to wait until next week, if Rey would have stepped aside at SummerSlam. Rey and Hardy exchange words before Mysterio leaves.

In the next match up, Hardcore Holly takes on Mike “The Miz” Mizanin. Holly destroys The Miz, beating him merciless for a couple of minutes before pinning him with The Alabama Slam. As Holly is celebrating, Batista comes from out if nowhere and drills Holly in the back with a steel chair. “The Animal” wears Holly out with stiff chair shots! Miz gets up to his feet and begins laughing at Holly. Batista looks at Miz and then kicks him in the stomach. The Animal drills him with The Batista Bomb! Batista then picks the steel chair back up and lays some shots into Miz. Batista grabs a mic from ringside and calls out Angle. It only takes a couple of seconds before “Medal” blasts and Angle comes onto the stage with lead pipe in hand. Batista drops the chair and tells Angle to get rid of the pipe. The Wrestling Machine thinks about it before dropping the pipe and bolting to the ring. Angle and Batista brawl and Angle takes Batista down. Angle hits some right hands to his face before security comes in and pulls Angle off of Batista. Batista picks the chair up and drills Angle in the face, busting Angle wide open. Batista then chases security out of the ring before hitting chair shots to the back of Angle! The Animal stands over Angle and raises his hands over his head, showered in boos!

In a backstage interview, Finlay tells Josh Matthews that he will defeat The Undertaker tonight. 1.…2.….3!

In the main event, Finlay battles The Undertaker. Taker dominates the majority of the contest with Finlay barely managing to get in his signature moves. The match runs about 12 minutes. Towards the end of the match, Taker gives the throat slash and prepares to hit the Tombstone. Finlay counters and gets Taker in position for a Tombstone. Finlay jumps up and spreads his legs, drilling Taker with a piledriver! Finlay covers him but Taker kicks out at 2. Taker sits up and comes right back at Finlay. Taker grabs Finlay by the throat and hits him with the Chokeslam. Taker signals for the Chokeslam but soon King Booker and William Regal jump onto the ring apron. The ref gets distracted by Booker & Regal. Taker takes Regal down with a right hand as Finlay crawls towards the corner. Taker attempts to hit Booker but he quickly jumps off of the apron. Finlay grabs the shillelagh and nails Taker when he turns around! Finlay covers Taker and picks up the win. Finlay doesn’t bother celebrating and just stomps on Taker. Booker and Regal re-enter the ring and ALL of the Court beats down Taker. The Rock’s music hits and he sprints down to the ring! Booker and Finlay bail out of the ring but Regal isn’t so lucky. Taker sits up as Rock drills Regal with some right hands. Rock grabs him and shoots him into The Undertaker. Taker grabs him by the throat and gives him the Chokeslam in the middle of the ring! Rock runs the ropes ands gives Regal The People’s Elbow! SmackDown! goes off the air with The Rock and The Undertaker standing over Regal, staring at King Booker and Finlay.


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RAW (Recap)
August 28, 2006
Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville Arena


***Video recap of the ending of the Triple H-Shawn Michaels WWE Title match from last week’s RAW. Triple H and Michaels give the fans a hell of a match up before the former Champion Edge enters the ring. He takes down The Game with a spear, causing the referee to throw the match out. Edge destroys both members if DX, who have been worn out from the match. The video package ends with Edge forcing Michaels to submit to the Edgecator.***

The opening RAW video package plays. ‘To Be Loved’ blasts throughout the arena as the pyro shoots off. Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler run down tonight’s card including, HHH-Edge, Michaels-Shelton for the WWE Title, Cena-Orton and the first two draft picks of the Draft Lottery. King also reminds us that this is probably DX’s last night together.

The first match up of the night is a huge one as we get the next installment of the John Cena-Randy Orton feud. Cena and Orton go one on one. The two hated rivals put on a great TV match, probably slightly better than their SummerSlam match. At the ten minute mark, Orton manages to hit Cena with his trademark modified neck breaker. He goes for the cover but Cena kicks out! Orton stalks Cena and goes for the RKO but Cena counters and shoves him off the ropes. Cena gets set too early and Orton delivers a stiff kick to the face. He then reaches down and trips Cena up before putting him into the Texas Cloverleaf! The crowd is shocked as Orton reveals a new move to his arsenal. Cena struggles but then finally reaches the ropes! Cena gets back up to his feet as Orton waits on him. The Legend Killer hits him with the RKO and then covers him! Another 2 count! Orton lifts him back up to his feet and shoots him into the ropes. Orton attempts a clothesline. Cena ducks and lifts Orton up to his shoulders! He plants him with The F-U! Cover! The referee counts to three and Cena picks up the win!
(13:32)


After the match, Cena celebrates in the ring as he has finally managed to pick up a win over Orton after losing to him twice. The crowd erupts as a man enters the ring, behind Cena, in a suit. Cena turns around and the man almost takes his head off with a clothesline! The cheers quickly turn into boos as John Bradshaw Layfield stands over Cena. JBL grabs a mic from ringside and heads up the ramp. JBL tells Cena that he is the first draft pick and The Clothesline From Hell was retaliation for SummerSlam. Cena gets to his feet and yells at JBL from the ramp. JBL tells Cena to turn around. Cena turns and Orton catches him with the RKO! Orton stands over Cena huffing and puffing as JBL laughs.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break to the D-Generation X locker room. The WWE Champion Shawn Michaels and Triple H discuss the fact that this is the last night that DX is together. The Game says that if this is the last night of the DX era, then they’re going out on top. Michaels agrees and the two icons shake hands.

We cut to The Coach who is standing by. He shows the footage of last week’s tag team match. The Highlanders defeated Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch. After the match, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak jumped the fan barricade and laid out The Highlanders! After the footage plays, Coach introduces us to his guests, Reigns and Jindrak. Reigns cuts a promo, running down the tag team division, calling it a joke. He runs down what he feels are ‘joke’ tag teams, The Spirit Squad, The Highlanders and Eugene/Hacksaw. Reigns says he and Jindrak are going to bring violence to the division. Says he’ll take out his opponent (Robbie McAllister tonight)

Ross and Lawler hype the two main events, Edge-Triple H and HBK-Shelton. King recaps that JBL showed up and laid out John Cena. He says that theit is still one more draft pick from SmackDown to show up tonight.

[Commercial Break]

In the second match of the night, Luther Reigns takes on Robbie McAllister. The match up turns out to be a complete squash. Reigns destroys Robbie, using a modified swinging neck breaker to put him away.
(3:28)


After the match, Reigns continues to stomp away on Robbie after the match. Rory enters the ring and tries to help his cousin but he is soon taken out by Mark Jindrak. Jindrak hits Rory with the Mark of Excellence. Reigns and Jindrak then walk up the entrance ramp, laughing at their actions.

We cut to the Edge’s locker room. The Rated R Army is in full force. Edge ia furious, running down Shelton Benjamin, Chris Masters, Ken Doane and the Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro for their recent selfishness. He brings up the recent misunderstandings between Doane and Nitro and tells the two young superstars to get on the same page. Edge says that collectively The Rated R Army has lost SEVEN Matches in a row. Edge tells Doane, Nitro and Masters that they better win their six man tag team match tonight and sends them out of the locker room. Masters, Doane and Nitro leave the locker room with Shelton staying behind. Edge tells Benjamin that his job is to wear Shawn Michaels down tonight.

[Commercial Break]

In the third match up of the night, Ken Doane, Chris Masters and Johnny Nitro (w/Melina) team up to face Joey Mercury, Carlito and Rob Van Dam (w/Bill Alphonso). Very fast paced match up as RVD is in the match up for most of the match. Nitro and Doane have several miscommunications throughout, causing The Masterpiece excess punishment from his opponents. Eventually, the members of The Rated R Army get onto the same page. Nitro ends up brawling with Mercury to the outside as Van Dam brawls with Doane on the other side of the ringside area. Carlito and Masters remain in the ring. With the referee distracted by all the happenings taking place on the outside, Melina slides the IC Title belt into the ring and slides it into the ring. Masters picks it up and blasts Carlito in the face. He slides the belt out of the ring and covers Carlito. The referee turns around and counts the cover! The Rated R Army wins and the streak is over.
(8:12)


Masters, Nitro, Doane and Melina walk back up the ramp as Van Dam, Fonzie, and Mercury check on Carlito. Doane hugs Melina in excitement and Melina returns the embrace. Nitro grabs Doane and looks ready to hit him. The Masterpiece gets in between the two men and tells them to remember that they just won the match. Both Doane and Nitro calm down and continue towards the back.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break. In the backstage area, “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair is walking down a hallway and is being congratulated by several superstars on his SummerSlam win. Charlie Haas, Val Venis and other mid/lower tier superstars praise Flair on his hardcore win over Cactus Jack. A loud clapping is heard in the background and Flair’s smile turns into a look of anger. “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton walks into screenshot. He reminds Flair that a hardcore win over Cactus Jack is no big deal because he did it first. Flair then reminds Orton that the last time they were in the ring, he (Flair) picked up the win over Orton. Orton arrogantly smirks and then walks away as Flair looks on.

Backstage, Maria is standing by with the Women’s Champion Mickie James. Maria asks Mickie about how she feels about defending the Women’s Title against Trish Stratus at Unforgiven. Mickie says she beat Trish once and she’ll do it again on September 24. Maria says that Mickie was less than impressive at SummerSlam. Mickie snaps, attacking Maria. The Women’s Champion destroys her kicking and stomping on Maria. Trish Stratus comes in and stops the assault from continuing. Mickie smiles at her actions and walks off. Trish checks on Maria as we cut back to ringside.

Ross and Lawler show concern for Maria and disgust for the actions of James’. They then hype the upcoming WWE Title match between Shawn Michaels and Shelton Benjamin. They reinforce the fact that Shelton’s job tonight is not to win the championship but to merely weaken Michaels for when Edge cashes in on his rematch clause.

[Commercial Break]

In the first main event of the night, Shawn Michaels defends his WWE Championship against The Rated R Army’s Shelton Benjamin. Michaels and Benjamin put on a spectacular match with Benjamin managing to stick with HBK move for move. To no one’s surprise, Benjamin doesn’t go for any pin covers in the match because he isn’t trying to win the title. The ending comes when Michaels goes into his finishing sequence. He hits Shelton with a couple of clotheslines before hitting him with a reverse atomic drop. HBK shoots off the ropes and hits Benjamin with the flying forearm shot to the face. Both men are laid out in the middle of the ring. Surprisingly, Shelton is the first one up to his feet as he nips off the canvas! Benjamin gets cocky and Michaels nips up! Shelton faces Michaels and he delivers some Sweet Chin Music right to the jaw! HBK covers him for the win and retains his WWE Championship!
(11:54)


Before Michaels can even begin celebrating his first successful title defense, Edge and The Rated R Army run down to the ring. Michaels quickly rolls out of the ring and hops over the fan barricade. Edge and his Army look into the crowd pissed as “Sexy Boy” hits and Michaels begins to dance in the crowd.

[Commercial Break]

Another vignette plays hyping the debut of America’s Most Wanted.

SmackDown! Rebound
***The World Champion Kurt Angle and Batista brawl which leads to Batista blasting him in the face with a steel chair!***
***Finlay defeats The Undertaker after using the shillelagh.***
***King Booker and his Court attempt to attack The Deadman but The Rock makes the save.***


In the backstage area, Matt Striker once again asks Charlie Haas to team with him. Haas has the same response that he had last week, no. Striker says ‘no problem’ and walks off. Haas turns around and Striker jumps him from behind. Striker assaults Haas, leaving him laying before walking off.

Umaga and Armando Alejandro Estrada come to the ring. Estrada once again cuts a scathing promo on Cactus Jack. AAE calls him a “fat, lazy, out of shape, one-eared DUMMY!” Estrada challenges Foley to show up next week on RAW and accept the challenge of Uuuuummmaaggaaaa!!!

Ross and Lawler hype the upcoming match between Triple H and Edge. The RAW commentators remind viewers that this may be the last night that D-Generation X is together on RAW. Ross also announces that next week on RAW (pending the draft results) John Cena will team with Ric Flair to face JBL and Randy Orton.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break with John Bradshaw Layfield walking down a hallway. JBL stops dead in his tracks and stares in front of him with a shocked expression. JBL asks the person in front of him if he’s the newest draft pick. The camera moves and shows The Big Show (w/Paul Heyman). Heyman asks JBL “What do you think?” before walking away with Show. JBL stares at Show as he leaves, shocked that the dominant monster is also now on RAW.

Mr. McMahon comes out and has a seat at the announce table, ready for tonight’s second main event.

Triple H and Edge do battle. It is a very even contest with Edge using every illegal tactic in the book to stop The Game. Eventually, Edge manages to get The King of Kings down to the mat. Edge stalks HHH wanting to finish him off with The Spear. Triple H slowly gets up to his feet and Edge charges ahead going for his finishing move. The Game catches the former WWE Champion with a drop toe hold, causing Edge’s face to smash into the bottom turnbuckle! Triple H gets back to his feet and waits for Edge to turn around. Edge finally does and Triple H drops him with a Pedigree! He goes for the cover and the win but Lita jumps on top of The Game, causing the disqualification.
(8:32)


Triple H takes Lita and flings her off of his back. He then lifts her up and prepares to hit her with The Pedigree but Lita hit’s the low blow and rolls out of the ring! McMahon gets up from his seat and begins laughing at Triple H, who is holding his crotch in the ring. The audience erupts as the WWE Champion Shawn Michaels comes back over the fan barricade and grabs McMahon! The Heartbreak Kid throws McMahon into the ring! McMahon begs off as DX stands in front of him. Michaels thinks about it for a second but drills him with Sweet Chin Music! McMahon doesn’t immediately go down but does when Hunter drops him with The Pedigree! Triple H and Michaels give Vinnie Mac several DX crotch chops as “Break It Down” hits for possibly the last time. Triple H and Michaels turn towards the crowd and give several more crotch shops as the pyro shoots off! Hunter and HBK embrace in the middle of the ring as the show goes off the air.


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