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A solid promo to start off the show with, and a huge match is made for Unforgiven with Edge v HBK. Big match made for tonight aswell, and Edge should make for an interesting referee and i expect to get himself involved in some manner.

Nitro is still champion barely, with Kenny saving him just as RVD was gonna become the new champion. Good aftermath with Nitro and Kenny beating down RVD, but for Mercury and Carlito to make the save.

JBL doesn't get what he wants, but McMahon puts him in a match at Unforgiven against the new draft pick. Will be interesting to see who he will face at the PPV.

Meh Mickie gets the victory here with Trish watching on, nothing special here.

Solid match here and Stryker picks up the victory by a pull of the tights in the filler match of the evening.

Great match here and a great finish with Vince coming out dressed as HHH distraction HBK and then gets speared by the referee Edge giving Shelton the win. The odds are certainly against HBK for his match at Unforgiven.

Solid promo here by Estrada, and Foley/Umaga match would certainly stink but would be a nice way to put Umaga over.

Benoit/JBL at Unforgiven is a great addition to the card. Good tag team match here and great aftermath with Benoit making JBL tap and the second new addition to Raw being revealed as Undertaker.

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Metalicmans raw review

McMahon promo- wow now that’s a lot of special referee matches McMahon was indeed in character this promo dragged a little too long do but other than that nothing wrong as it was realistic and he was in character

Rated r army promo-since when was Kenny named changed in this thread to ken doane a little unrealistic as I don’t think I could see ken doane and melina liking each other plus nitro character was a little off

Nitro vs. rvd- never seen rvd do a release German suplex in fact ive never seen him do a original German suplex great match thought ken doane was gonna cost nitro the match then both ken and melina would betray nitro also what’s a breakdance leg drop

Jbl McMahon promo-ok promo I guess I don’t think McMahon would say Listen, John I can’t warrant giving you a title shot McMahon was a little off but I hypes up unforgiven which is great

Mickie vs. Maria-you could think about somebody else besides Maria she isn’t even practically a wrestler or diva she’s more ove a backstage announcer

Reigns jindrak promo- a little short but got its point out nonetheless probably going to be a reigns jindrak tag team title shot at unforgiven

Striker vs. haas-nothing special about this just a basic card filler the action was alright do hope you can get a decent feud for stiker except some every week beating jobbers for him

Shawn Michaels vs. Shelton Benjamin- pretty predictable outcome seeing as edge was the special guest referee

Armando promo-this was for me very poor Armando was not in character just a bad promo to read and what’s with all the ju’s

Jbl and randy Orton vs. ric flair and john cena- glad benoit was your first pick but maybe he should have been revealed after the match the match itself was good a good match surprised cena and flair won do well I guess the undertaker and is your second draft pick looks like a big show taker feud coming just like in my thread

Well great raw hope my review helped if you want too return this my raw is up now in my thread link is in the sign

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metalicman you aren't an avid reader of his are you? I do not specifically remember when where or what but I do remember ddmrko being very clear about Ken Doane.

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metalicman you aren't an avid reader of his are you? I do not specifically remember when where or what but I do remember ddmrko being very clear about Ken Doane.
well i just started reveiwing his last couple shows im trying to be an avid reader this is my first raw that i reviewed so i didnt know about doane

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HBKicon Reviews RAW:

Mr. McMahon Promo: Nice way to start the show with two huge matches announced from Vince. Unforgiven is shaping up to be a very good PPV. Hopefully HBK keeps the gold.

Rated R Army Promo: Decent promo here. Where was Edge? Oh well. This seemd pointless to me.

Nitro vs RVD: Great way to start off the wrestling tonight. RVD gets the win but Nitro keeps the gold. Nice. I am a big Nitro fan and I always love seeing him be pushed. CArltio and Mercury make the save, nice job.

McMahon & JBL Promo: Decent promo here. JBL gets nothing except a match at Unforgiven.

Mickie James vs Maria: Squash match here. I coudln't believe for one second that Mickie would lose this. Haha. ANyway, you keep the womens title situation alive.

Striker vs Haas: Seemed like a filler to me. I really like Striker and I am glad he is getting a semi push. Nice job.

Shawn Michaels vs Shelton Benjamin: Amazing match. I am an HBK fan but it was nice to see Benji get the win. McMahon comes out and taunts Michaels was nice to see/ ALso, Edge comes out, adding more fuel to the fire for Unforgiven. Nice way to hype things.

Estrada Promo: Nice promo here. Estrada can work the stick. Anyway, I am really into a Foley/Umaga fued and their match at Unforgiven should be good. Hopefully we see a HARDCORE match!

Cena/Flair vs. Orton/JBL: Great way to end the show. I loved it. I like how both draft picks came out, Takerr and benoit and that brought Show out. Benoit/JBL should be great and Taker/Show should be good too. Nice way to end things tonight.

Overall: 8/10. It was a good show to me. I enjoyed it for the most part but I have seen better from you.

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Couple of questions...
-Is RAW in full this week?

-Are all the SD's from now on gonna be in recap?

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I am still owed reviews and I still owe reviews. Been really busy but I should have them up eventually.

SmackDown! will be in recap until Unforgiven. Not expecting full reviews but a couple of comments would be nice.

WWE SmackDown! (Recap)
September 8, 2006

SmackDown! Starts off completely cold. No pyro. No fireworks. No opening commentary. Nothing.

Kurt Angle comes out to the ring to open up the show, furious over the events which have occurred recently. He mentions the two attacks by Batista in the past few weeks and asks The Animal ‘what he wants?’ Batista makes his way onto the entrance ramp and asks for a rematch for HIS title, the World Heavyweight Championship. Angle immediately accepts and Angle-Batista II has been set. As Batista turns around to leave, Angle says he beat him at SummerSlam and he has no problem doing it again. Batista snaps and rushes the ring. The Animal enters and takes Angle down with a double leg! Batista and Angle brawl in the middle of the ring for several seconds before security breaks it up.

[Commercial Break]

In the first match up of the night, The Hooligans are in a non-title match against Gregory Helms and a partner of his choice. Helms comes onto the entrance ramp and reveals his partner to be…… Shelton Benjamin!!! The fans give a mixed reaction as the newest draft pick to Friday nights makes his way to the ring. Benjamin, the now former member of The Rated R Army, makes his way to the ring and this non-title match is under way. Very fast paced contest with all four competitors being great athletes. Eventually, London leaps off the top turnbuckle attempting a high risk move but Benjamin catches him and turns it into a T-Bone Suplex for the three count and the victory at around the 12 minute mark! Benjamin and Helms pick up a non-title win on their first night as a team and they have to be considered top contenders for the WWE Tag Team Championship!

In a backstage locker room, The Rock is getting warmed up for the huge 6 man tag team match later on tonight. Triple H walks into his locker room. Major tension between The Game and The Great One. Hunter says they don’t have to be friends tonight but they have to get along for the ten minutes that they’re in the ring with King Booker and his Court. Rock says they’ll be fine as long as Triple H and Kane stay out of ‘The Rock’s way’. Hunter snarls before leaving the locker room.

[Commercial Break]

Another vignette airs hyping the debut of ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels NEXT WEEK!!!

In the second match up of the night, the Cruiserweight Champion Chris Sabin battles Simon Dean in a match up. The match up is basically filler and a way to get Sabin ring action before his HUGE match with Christopher Daniels next week. Sabin hits Dean with the running Liger Bomb and picks up a relatively easy victory in 6 minutes. After the match, Josh Matthews comes up to Sabin and asks him what his thoughts are on facing The Fallen Angel next week in what will be Daniels’ debut match. Sabin says that bringing in Daniels was the worst move Teddy Long could make. He goes onto say that The Fallen Angel is one of the most selfish, self serving individuals on the planet and is a “locker room cancer.”

We cut to the back with King Booker’s locker room standing around. Queen Sharmell talks in her usual ‘royalty’ vernacular. As Sharmell continues to talk, Finlay gets more and more upset. Sharmell then begins chanting “All Hail King Booker!” and Finlay snaps! He picks up a chair and flings it across the room! Sharmell screams as Regal and Booker look on in shock. Finlay berated Booker, Regal and Sharmell, calling them a joke if they don’t start taking things seriously. He then storms out. Booker and Regal look on as Finlay has apparently snapped.

[Commercial Break]

Mr. Kennedy comes down to the ring to a surprisingly positive response from the crowd. In the third match up of the night Mr. Kennedy defeats a local jobber in about a two minute match up.

After the match up, Kennedy raises his hand in the air and waits for his microphone to lower from the ceiling. Kennedy reminds everyone that the No Mercy Pay Per View will be held in the greatest city in the world, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Kennedy says that after his win over former World Champion Chris Benoit last week, he should be in line for a title shot against Kurt Angle in front of his hometown. “My Time is Now” hits to shock and then a huge ovation. John Cena comes down to the ring and gets into the face of Mr. Kennedy. Cena grabs a microphone and announces that he is the final draft pick of the lottery. Kennedy lets out a fake smile and then says ‘WOW. I really don’t care.” Kennedy takes a swing at Cena. Cena avoids it and lifts Kennedy up onto his shoulders, before delivering the FU!

In the backstage area, Rey Mysterio and Matt Hardy talk about their tag team match tonight. Hardy apologizes to Mysterio about the way he has been acting lately. Mysterio tells him that’s its alright and then apologizes for not giving him his slot at SummerSlam. Rey and Hardy shake hands before exiting the locker room.

[Commercial Break]

In the fourth match up, Rey Mysterio and Matt Hardy take on The Pit Bulls, Jamie Noble and Kid Kash. Mysterio and Hardy dominate the majority of the match up until a couple of misunderstandings cause them to lose focus on the match at hand. Kash and Noble take control of the match up for a short time before Hardy and Mysterio regain the momentum and refuse to relinquish control of the match up. The finish comes when Hardy (illegal man) hit’s the Twist of Fate on Noble! Kash pulls Hardy out of the ring and brawls with Matt on the floor. Mysterio springboards off the top rope and hits Noble with the Droppin’ Da’ Dime for the victory! The referee raises Mysterio’s hand as Hardy looks on from the floor, upset that Mysterio ‘stole’ his spotlight.

We cut to Teddy Long’s office. Long makes several announcements…
-After recovering from his SummerSlam injuries, Bobby Lashley will return to SmackDown next week.
-Mark Henry’s SummerSlam injury was a little more severe and he will be out for an indefinite amount of time.
-Next week, there will be a contract signing for Angle-Batista II.

[Commercial Break]

***RAW Rebound***

*Undertaker and Chris Benoit are drafted to RAW*

*HBK is screwed out of a match against Shelton Benjamin by Edge and Mr. McMahon.*

*Main Event for Unforgiven is announced. HBK defends the WWE Championship against Edge with Mr. McMahon as the referee.*

We cut to the back to see Matt Hardy walking down a hallway. Several people congratulate Hardy on the win he just picked up with Rey Mysterio over The Pit Bulls. Hardy pays them not attention and just continues on his way down the hall. Chavo Guerrero stops Hardy in the hall and congratulates him on the win, saying that he and Rey make a great team. Hardy responds with a “Yeah. Whatever.” Chavo asks Hardy what the problem is. Hardy badmouths Mysterio calling him a selfish S.O.B. Chavo defends Mysterio saying that he’s a stand up guy and did what was best for the team. Hierdy snaps and tackles Guerrero to the ground! Chavo and Matt wrestle around on the ground for a bit until a few members of security pull the two apart. Hardy fumes as we cut to our final commercial break.

[Commercial Break]

In the main event of the night, The Rock teams up with “The Game” Triple H and the new United States Champion Kane to face King Booker, Finlay and Sir William Regal. The six men put on a hell of a tag team contest, reminiscent of the RAW main events of 2004. The finish comes when The Rock and The Game look like they are about to come to blows over a miscommunication. Finlay grabs his shillelagh and charges at Triple H, who has his back turned. Rock pushes The Game out of harm’s way, and catches The Fighting Irishman with The Rock Bottom. The King of Kings returns the favor by delivering a nasty spine buster to King Booker. With Booker and Finlay out of the way, that leaves William Regal, the legal man, in the ring with all three of his opponents. Regal stares at his adversaries in shock as they all glare at him. Rock hits him with a right hand, followed by The Game. Kane soon follows and Regal gets passed around like a hot potato. Kane climbs to the top turnbuckle and takes Regal down with a flying clothesline! After a while, Regal gets back up to his feet but is immediately taken down with a Pedigree!! Rock turns him over and runs the ropes. He hits him with The People’s Elbow for the pin fall victory!!!

SmackDown! Goes off the air with Rock, Hunter and Kane standing tall in the ring.


Current Card for No Mercy; October 8, 2006

World Heavyweight Championship

The Rematch: Angle-Batista II

“The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle© vs. “The Animal” Batista

Once again, SmackDown! will be in recap until Unforgiven. Not expecting full reviews but a couple of comments would be nice.


RAW Preview
September 11, 2006
Tucson, Arizona
Tucson Convention Center

Biggest Main Event in Ages
The Tucson Convention Center in Arizona will be the host to one of the biggest main events in the history of Monday Night RAW! Eight of the biggest superstars in the WWE collide in one match. The WWE Champion, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels leads a team of superstars against four other great superstars. HBK teams up with The Undertaker, “The Rabid Wolverine” Chris Benoit and “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair to take on “The Rated R Superstar” Edge, John Bradshaw Layfield, The Big Show and “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton. Which team will walk away victorious? What will Edge’s state of mind be after losing Shelton Benjamin to the draft? And with Shawn Michaels’ involvement, will we see an appearance by Mr. McMahon?

Showing Johnny How Its Done?
Last week on Monday Night RAW, Ken Doane cost Rob Van Dam his match against the Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro, saving Nitro his title. This week on RAW, Mr. Monday Night gets his chance for revenge against the former Spirit Squad member. Will Doane be able to succeed where his Rated R Army teammate, Nitro, failed? Or will The Whole Dam Show ‘smoke’ Doane as well? And what will Melina’s involvement in the match up be?

Matches Announced For RAW

Eight Man Tag Team Match

Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Chris Benoit and Ric Flair vs.
Edge, The Big Show, John Bradshaw Layfield and Randy Orton

Ken Doane vs. Rob Van Dam

Mixed Tag Team Match
Mickie James and Matt Striker Vs. Trish Stratus and Charlie Haas

RAW will be in full this week and will be up tomorrow.

for the week of September 28th


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JOHN CENA AND SHELTON BENJAMIN ON SD! Nice job with the recap. The RAW preview looks great and I'll drop a review Mac.
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September 11, 2006
Tucson, Arizona
Tucson Convention Center

***Recap of last week’s events are shown regarding the final two draft lottery picks, Chris Benoit and The Undertaker***

*Opening RAW video*


‘To Be Loved’ blasts throughout the arena as our RAW announce team welcomes us to the show.

Jim Ross: Hello everyone and welcome to Monday Night RAW. I’m Good Ol J.R. here with my broadcast partner, Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler and boy do we have a slobber knocker of a show in store for you here tonight. In the main event, we have quite possibly the biggest tag team match in the history of Monday nights!

Jerry Lawler: “The Rated R Superstar” Edge teams up with JBL, The Big Show and “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton to take on The Undertaker, Chris Benoit, Ric Flair and the WWE Champion, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels. HUGE eight man tag team match up, tonight!


“Longhorn” hits to tremendous heat. John Bradshaw Layfield two-steps his way to the ring, dressed in a suit, with a toothy grin on his face. JBL has a mic in hand as he steps through the ropes and enters the ring.

John Bradshaw Layfield: It feels good to be here in Arizona.

Cheap pop.

John Bradshaw Layfield: Finally, you people have something meaningful in your pathetic lives.

Crowd boos as JBL lets out a toothy grin.

John Bradshaw Layfield: I mean your Diamondbacks suck and so do the Arizona Cardinals but you people will leave this arena tonight knowing that you were blessed enough to see the face of Monday Night RAW here tonight.

More boos from the crowd.

John Bradshaw Layfield: Please there is really no need to thank me. Its an honor for me to let you people cheer me. It really is. JBL. JBL. JBL. JBL.

The crowd chants ‘sucks’ after every ‘JBL’.

John Bradshaw Layfield: But that’s enough about Arizona. We don’t want the ratings dropping. Ha ha. We are only two weeks away from the Pay Per View extravaganza known as Unforgiven. And it is on that Pay Per View, that JBL once again begins his ascension to the mountain top. On September the 24th, JBL defeats Chris Benoit.

Boos from the audience.

John Bradshaw Layfield: I mean its simply a matter of…

“BENOIT” chant starts up.

John Bradshaw Layfield: YOU SHUT UP WHEN JBL SPEAKS!

Large boos from the crowd.

John Bradshaw Layfield: Sunday, September 24th, JBL smacks Chris Benoit around like the vanilla midget that he is! He may be the best technical wrestler in the world but I am a Wrestling Gawd!

More boos from the crowd.

John Bradshaw Layfield: All the technical prowess in the world wont stop me from taking my boot and shoving it down his throat!

“Asshole” chant begins as JBL continues.

John Bradshaw Layfield: Just like at WrestleMania 22, I will defeat Chris Benoit at Unforgiven. And after I beat Benoit, I will either take on The Big Show or The Undertaker.

Huge pop for Taker.

John Bradshaw Layfield: And after I defeat one of those big behemoths, and I WILL defeat them, I will go on to recapture my WWE Championship. The same WWE title that I held for an astonishing ten months before I was defeated in a complete fluke. I promise you all, and JBL’s word is as good as gold, I promise you all that I will restore some credibility to the WWE Championship. Credibility that was completely destroyed by a fake Vanilla Ice and our stripper of a WWE Champion now…“The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.

Thunderous pop for Michaels.

John Bradshaw Layfield: At Unforgiven, JBL will…

“Whatever” hits to a great ovation and “The Rabid Wolverine” Chris Benoit makes his way to the ring. JBL is furious as Benoit walks towards the ring with confidence. Benoit enters and grabs a microphone from Lilian Garcia.

John Bradshaw Layfield: Who in the hell do you think you are interrupting a true American Heeeeerooo!!!

Chris Benoit: In the words of a good friend of mine, would you please SHUT THE HELL UP!!!

The crowd pops huge as JBL gets pissed.

Chris Benoit: Each and every week on SmackDown, you’d come out here and run your mouth on and on and on. News flash JBL, no body gives a damn about what you have to say!

Huge pop.

John Bradshaw Layfield: These people worship me!


Chris Benoit: You know what JBL? I am sick and tired of you and your mouth. I listened to your crap on SmackDown but I refuse to listen to it here on RAW. Its supposed to be a new start for the WWE and its gonna be a new start for Chris Benoit. You like guarantees Bradshaw, so I have a guarantee for you. At Unforgiven, I guarantee that I will make you tap out!

Crowd pops as JBL gets upset. Bradshaw then lets out a smirk and begins to laugh.

John Bradshaw Layfield: Chris, you couldn’t make me tap out if…

Benoit quickly grabs the arm of JBL and brings him down to the canvas. Benoit applies the Fujiware armbar before turning it into the Crippler Crossface! The crowd erupts as JBL taps out in almost record time! Benoit doesn’t release the hold and keeps it locked in for a full minute, with JBL tapping like a madman the entire time. Benoit finally releases the hold and stares down at JBL, who clutches at his arm in pain.

Jim Ross: JBL taps out like a drunk man! Chris Benoit has made the Wrestling God tap out!

Jerry Lawler: That doesn’t mean anything. We’re not at Unforgiven yet.

Jim Ross: It means that if Benoit gets the Crippler Crossface locked in at Unforgiven, we know who’ll be facing the winner of Big Show-Undertaker.

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break in Mr. McMahon’s office when Lita walks in.

Lita: Mr. McMahon, you wanted to see me.

Mr. McMahon: Actually, I wanted to see Edge.

He’s busy, preparing for his match tonight.

Mr. McMahon: Too busy for me? Hmmm. I don't feel so bad about what I'm about to say. As you know, this past Friday night on SmackDown, Shelton Benjamin was drafted. Not only was he a part of The Rated R Army but it was my understanding that Edge planned to name Benjamin and Ken Doane the World Tag Team Champions. And since Shelton is no longer with The Rated R Arny and since those titles have not been defended within the 30 days, I must vacate the World Tag Team Titles. So therefore, The Rated R Army is no longer in possession of the titles.

Lita: But Mr. McMahon couldn’t we just name someone to replace Shelton. What about The Masterpiece?

Mr. McMahon: I’m sorry but I want to crown new World Tag Team Champions at Unforgiven and Chris Masters will be busy on the 24th.

Lita: What about Kenny (Doane) and Johnny (Nitro)? I know they’ve has their problems but for gold, I’m sure they could put their differences aside.

Mr. McMahon: I’m sorry but they too will be in action at Unforgiven.

Lita: What? Doing what?

Mr. McMahon: At Unforgiven, Johnny Nitro will put his Intercontinental Championship on the line.

Lita: (frustrated) Against who?

Mr. McMahon: His former tag team partner, Joey Mercury.

Nice pop.

Mr. McMahon: “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters.

Crowd boos.

Mr. McMahon: Carlito.

Good pop.

Mr. McMahon: Ken Doane.


Mr. McMahon: And Rob Van Dam!

Great pop for Mr. Monday Night.

Mr. McMahon: That’s right. In just under two weeks time, Johnny Nitro will defend his Intercontinental Championship in a six man elimination match!

Great pop.

Mr. McMahon: Now you can tell your Rated R camp the good news and…uh…that’ll be all.

Lita tries to beg but she can’t seem to find the words.

*We cut back to ringside*

“Hard Knocks” hits to a decent amount of heat. Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak make their way down to the ring, Reigns with a stern look while Jindrak’s expression is more smug. Lilian Garcia makes the ring introductions as Jindrak and Reigns enter the ring.

Jim Ross: This is a deadly, deadly tag team combination right here. The athleticism and size of Jindrak. And that Reigns is just one bad man.

Jerry Lawler: Apparently, Mr. McMahon is going to announce the World Tag Team Champions at Unforgiven. The winners of this match should go a long way in determining that.

Scottish music hits to a minor pop. The Highlanders make their way to the ring as Lilian Garcia makes the ring intro.

Match #1
Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak vs. The Highlanders
Reigns spins the majority of the match inside of the ring, dominating both members of The Highlanders by himself. Reigns tags in Jindrak and The Highlanders don’t fair much better against him. Finish: Jindrak takes Robbie McAllister over the top rope with a clothesline. He turns his attention towards Rory and takes him out with a picture perfect dropkick. Jindrak goes over to his corner and tags Luther Reigns back in. Reigns lifts Rory up and hits him with a swinging modified neck breaker for the pin fall victory.
Winners: Reigns and Jindrak at 4:25 via pin fall.

Jim Ross: That was a hell of a victory right there. These two guys are going to go places here on Monday Night RAW. Hell, they might be named the tag team champions at Unforgiven.

Jerry Lawler: They should be the champions after that performance. Dominant.

Jim Ross: Ladies and gentlemen, quite possibly the biggest tag team match up in RAW history. Randy Orton, JBL, Big Show and Edge take on Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, The Undertaker and the WWE Champion Shawn Michaels. What a huge match up for tonight!

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break with Todd Grisham standing by.

Todd Grisham: Ladies and gentlemen, my guests at this time, Paul Heyman and The Big Show!

Heyman and Show come into screenshot, receiving tremendous heat from the audience.

Todd Grisham: Show, Paul, in just two weeks, The Big Show will go one on one with The Undertaker. Show, are you prepared to face The Phenom in just 13 days?

Paul Heyman: Todd, Todd, Todd. What you are failing to realize is that the match up on September 24th, has nothing to do with The Undertaker. The Deadman is just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Show rubs his hands together, almost salivating at the match up.

Paul Heyman: In two weeks time, The Big Show’s focus will not be on The Undertaker but rather on the opportunity to become the WWE Champion once again. At Unforgiven, this man, this…SEVEN FOOT TWO…500 POUND monster, this dominant monster of destruction, will not only run through the legendary Undertaker but he will run through JBL and Chris Benoit if he has to.

Crowd boos Heyman’s arrogance.

Paul Heyman: This does not concern The Undertaker. It concerns the championship wrapped around the waist of Shawn Michaels. The Big Show is going to walk into Unforgiven as the most dominant wrestler on the planet and he’ll walk out either Edge’s or Shawn Michaels’…


Paul Heyman: But you see Todd, you won’t have to wait until Unforgiven to see this monster absolutely crush The Undertaker because tonight there is a monumental eight man tag team match.

Heyman looks back at Show, who scoffs at the ‘huge’ match.

Paul Heyman: Tonight, Ric Flair (WOOS), Chris Benoit (great pop), The Undertaker (thunderous pop) and the soon to be ex-WWE Champion Shawn Michaels (another thunderous pop) take on…

???: MY TEAM!!!

Edge and Lita walk into screenshot receiving a lot of heat.

Edge: Hit the bricks, four-eyes.

Grisham walks off.

Edge: Tonight Show, all you have to do is follow my lead out there tonight and you’ll be fine. Make no mistake about it, you guys have to follow my lead out there. I know you and Bradshaw and Orton have egos the size of Heyman’s stomach but I’m the captain out there tonight. Just do what I say and Team Edge will come out on top. Alright?

Edge and Lita walk off smiling as Show and Heyman look on.

*Back to ringside*

“Out of My Way” by Seether hits to no reaction as this theme music hasn’t been heard in a WWE arena before. Ken Doane makes his way onto the entrance stage and the heat immediately picks up for the hated member of The Rated R Army. Lilian makes the ring introduction as Doane enters the ring.

Jim Ross: Ken Doane told me before the show that he wants to be called “‘The Phenomenal’ Ken Doane” from now on so…“The Phenomenal” Ken Doane everybody.

Jerry Lawler: (sarcastically) Don’t sound so excited J.R..

“One of a Kind” hits to a great ovation. Rob Van Dam and his manager, Bill Alfonso, make their way to the ring. Van Dam looks focused on revenge after last week’s events. Lilian makes the ring introductions as RVD enters the ring.

Jim Ross: Last week, here on Monday Night RAW, Ken Doane cost Rob Van Dam his Intercontinental Championship against Johnny Nitro. And in my opinion Doane did it to impress Melina. I mean its obvious to me…

Jerry Lawler: Look J.R., Doane is just friendly. He’s not interested in Nitro’s girlfriend. I am though.

Jim Ross: And tonight we found out another HUGE match up for Unforgiven. September 24th, Johnny Nitro defends his Intercontinental Championship against Ken Doane, Chris Masters, Rob Van Dam, Joey Mercury and Carlito in what is sure to steal the show at Unforgiven.

Match #2
Ken Doane vs. Rob Van Dam
(w/Bill Alfonso)
Quick Summary:
Doane and Van Dam battle in a fast paced match up. Doane steps his game up and manages to go toe to toe with a pissed off Rob Van Dam. Finish: At the six minute mark, Van Dam grabs Doane and shoots him into the corner. RVD charges in but Doane leap frogs over the top of RVD and waits for Van Dam to turn around. He turns around and Doane kicks him in the gut and follows with a nasty DDT! Kenny drags Van Dam towards the middle of the ring and then goes to the corner and climbs to the top turnbuckle. Doane flies off the top attempting top hit his finisher, a flying guillotine leg drop. RVD rolls out of the way, causing Doane’s ass to smash into the canvas. Van Dam gets back up to his feet as does Doane. RVD catches him with a nasty shuffle sidekick, damn near knocking Doane out. Van Dam shoots off of the ropes and hits him with The Rolling Thunder, managing to pick up a 2 count after the cover. RVD goes to lift Doane up but the 20 year old phenom hits him with a thumb to the eye. Doane then attempt a clothesline but Van Dam ducks it, grabs Doane around the waist and take him over with a release German suplex! RVD climbs to the top turnbuckle and prepares to hit the Five Star Frog Splash but Melina comes down to ringside. Fonzie and Melina get into an argument, causing Van Dam to be distracted for a second. RVD refocuses on leaps off of the top. Doane moves out of the way and he crashes into the canvas! Doane gets Van Dam in a school boy and hooks the tights for the three count!!!
Winner: Doane at 10:32 via pin fall.

Jim Ross: Doane steals the victory and give the assist to Melina. What the hell is she doing out here anyway!?

Melina slides into the ring and raises the hand of Doane as Fonzie checks up on RVD. The Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro runs down to the ring, with title belt in hand, and gets into Melina’s face. Doane shoves Nitro and the two teammates get face to face. “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters runs down to the ring and attempts to separate the two men. Masters gets in between the two but they SHOVE MASTERS TO THE CANVAS! Nitro and Doane get face to face once again as Melina begs each one to back off. Masters gets back up to his feet and TAKES THEM BOTH DOWN WITH A DOUBLE CLOTHESLINE! Van Dam gets back up to his feet and comes at Masters, hitting him with right hands. Doane and Nitro get back up to their feet and stare at each other. They soon refocus and attack RVD. The members of The Rated R Army attack Van Dam stomping away at him. Carlito and Joey Mercury soon run down to the ring and the brawl is on. All hell breaks loose as Mercury, Van Dam and Carlito brawl with Masters, Doane and Nitro. Mercury takes Nitro over the top rope with a clothesline as Carlito does the same to The Masterpiece. Van Dam then hits Doane with a spinning back kick taking him down! Doane gets back up and Mercury hits him with a hard right hand. Carlito grabs Doane and hits him with a Back Cracker! Masters attempts to help Kenny but Nitro holds The Masterpiece back! Van Dam climbs to the top turnbuckle and hits Doane with the Five Star Frog Splash! RVD, Carlito and Mercury stand tall in the ring as Nitro, Melina and Masters look into the ring. Masters and Melina look concerned as Nitro smirks. RVD grabs his Nitro’s Intercontinental Title belt and holds it up. The crowd pops huge as Carlito and Mercury stare at Van Dam.

Jim Ross: My God! You can feel the intensity and the tension between all six of these men! The Intercontinental Title match will be off of the charts!!!

[Commercial Break]

We return from the break with Joey Mercury, Rob Van Dam (w/Bill Alfonso) and Carlito walking down a hall way.

Rob Van Dam: That’s what I’m talking about. Doane, smoked him. Nitro, smoked him. Masterpiece, smoked him. Write it down Fonzie, September 24th, RVD-new Intercontinental Champion.

Joey Mercury: Whoa. Whoa. Take it easy. You’re a good guy and a great wrestler but at Unforgiven, you’re looking at the new Intercontinental Champion. It doesn’t matter who I have to go through…

Carlito: Hey, Rob Van Dam or Joey Mercury as the IC Champ, that’s alright. But Carlito as champ, now das, das cool!

Bill Alfonso: What are you two talking about? Everybody knows that Rob Van Dam is the greatest thing in the business, daddy. ECW TV Champion, one year, eleven months…

Everyone begins to argue with each other until Edge and Lita comes walking down the hall way furious.

Edge: Out of my way, you mid card chump stains!

Rob Van Dam: Dude, that was clever.

Edge and Lita brush past RVD and company and continue down the hallway. Edge storms into a lockerroom which reads “Edge and Rated R Army”. Edge enters the locker room and watches as Masters, Nitro, Doane and Melina all argue with each other. The Army immediately gets quiet as they see Edge.

Edge: What the hell is your problem?!

Doane: Well what happened was…

Edge: SHUT UP! I’m sick of the damn excuses! First, we lose Shelton to this stupid ass draft! If that wasn’t bad enough, I have to team up with three idiots tonight. And then to top things off, you three are acting like jackasses! I’m the next WWE Champion! I’m not a damn babysitter! I put this group together so I wouldn’t have to jump through hoops each and every night! Get your shit together or else get replaced! And trust me, there are guys up and down the block who are willing to take your spots!

Edge storms out of the locker room as the Rated R Army all have their heads down after their brow beating.

*Back to ringside*

“Samoa” hits to a chorus of boos. Umaga makes his way to the ring with Armando Alejandro Estrada by his side. Lilian makes the ring introductions as Estrada and Umaga enter the ring. Estrada grabs Lilian’s mic for a quick announcement.

Armando Alejandro Estrada: In case a couple of you have forgotten…MY NAME IS ARMANDOOO ALEJANDROOO ESTRRRRADAAA!!! Ha, ha! Hey Foley. I hope ju are watching. Ha, ha. I really, truly hope you are in the building at Unforgiven or like I said last week, we might have to pay a visit to your house. And believe ju me, ju don’t want your kids to meet the Saaamoan Bulldozer, UUUUUMAGAA!!!

“It Wasn’t My Fault” hits to a very small pop. Gene Snitsky makes his way to the ring. Lilian Garcia makes the ring intro as the 300 pounder enters the ring.

Match #3
Umaga (w/AAE) vs. Gene Snitsky
Match up turns into a complete squash as Umaga asserts his dominance over his fellow big man. Umaga hits all of his signature spots including The Samoan Drop and the flying head butt. Umaga soon lifts Snitsky up to his feet and takes him out with The Samoan Spike! Over.
Winner: Umaga at 2:21 via pin fall.

Jim Ross: Pure dominance. That’s all that needs to be said. But will Foley show up at Unforgiven.

Jerry Lawler: I don’t think that Foley has much of a choice. If he doesn’t than Estrada said they’ll make a house call.

Jim Ross: Lets go to the Coach who’s standing by.

*Cut to the back*

The Coach: Ladies and gentlemen, my guest at this time, “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton!

Randy Orton comes into screenshot, receiving tremendous heat.

The Coach: Randy, I gotta ask you. How do you feel about the match up that was made on wwe.com earlier in the week. Unforgiven, Randy Orton versus “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Legend versus Legend Killer?

Randy Orton: Ever since SummerSlam, people have been talking. Have they been talking about me, picking up my second win over John Cena in a FIRST BLOOD match? Huh?

Coach shakes his head, confused.

Randy Orton: No. What have people been talking about? Ric Flair picking up a hardcore win over Cactus Jack!

Crowd pops for Flair.

Randy Orton: Who gives a crap if Ric Flair beat Cactus Jack in hardcore match! That was a mountain I already climbed and I did it two years before Flair even thought about accomplishing that. Lets face it. Ric Flair is not in my league. 1980’s Ric Flair is not in my league. The Ric Flair from the ‘90s isn’t in my league. And you can bet your ass that the Nature Boy of 2006 can’t touch The Legend Killer!

Crowd boos as Orton smirks.

The Coach: But Flair did pin you in the tag team match last week.

Orton rubs his chin and glares at Coach.

Randy Orton: So what? We’re supposed to throw some sort of parade because the old man picked up a fluke win? Let me tell you something. I ran John Cena off to SmackDown! Ric Flair isn’t so lucky. He’s stuck with me right here on RAW. And at Unforgiven, he’ll hear the three letters that no legend wants to hear. R…K…O!

Orton confidently walks off as Coach nods in approval.

[Commercial Break]

*A vignette plays hyping the debut of America’s Most Wanted. “Prepare for the debut of “The Tennessee Cowboy” James Storm and “The Wildcat” Chris Harris. AMW coming soon.”*

SmackDown! Rebound:
-Shelton Benjamin is drafted to SmackDown and teams up with Gregory Helms. Helms and Benjamin defeat the WWE Tag Team Champions, The Hooligans, in a non-title.
-John Cena interrupts a promo by Mr. Kennedy and announces that he is the final draft pick. Kennedy takes a swing at Cena and Cena hits him with the FU!
-The biggest rematch in SmackDown history was made for the No Mercy PPV. Batista-Kurt Angle 2. Contract signing for next week.
-The Rock, Triple H and the U.S. Champion Kane defeat King Booker, Finlay and William Regal in a six man tag team match.

“Teacher” hits to decent heat. Matt Striker walks towards the ring as Lilian Garcia makes the ring introduction.

Jim Ross: Last week on RAW, Striker ended the winning streak of Charlie Haas, gaining a cheap victory.

Jerry Lawler: A win’s a win.

“Mickie” hits to a mixed reaction. The WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James skips her way to the ring. Lilian makes the ring introductions as Mickie enters the ring.

Jim Ross: Mickie James is one of the most dominant Women’s Champions of all time. I think you’d have to put her right up there with The Fabulous Moolah and her opponent at Unforgiven, Trish Stratus.

“Pay The Price” hits to a decent pop. Charlie Haas makes his way down to the ring, eyes focused on Matt Striker. Lilian makes the ring introduction as Charlie enters the ring and waits for his partner.

Jim Ross: This kid has a big future in this business. That submission move of his, has got to be considered one of the most devastating finishers in the business today.

Jerry Lawler: Yeah and for all of his great moves…he got beat with a roll up last week J.R.. Ha ha!

Jim Ross: And a hook of the tights but lets not let the facts get in the way of a good story.

“Time To Rock and Roll” hits to a good ovation. Trish Stratus makes her way onto the entrance ramp. She waves to the crowd before she continues on her way to the ring. Lilian makes the ring intro as Trish enters the ring.

Jim Ross: Six-time Women’s Champion. Three-time Babe of the Year. Named RAW Diva of the Decade. Trish Stratus is arguably the greatest diva in the history of the WWE but she has had a problem figuring out Mickie James. Has Trish been surpassed? We may find out at Unforgiven.

Match #4
Mickie James & Matt Striker vs. Trish Stratus & Charlie Haas
Mixed Tag Team Match
Match Summary:
The match up starts much in the same way that last weeks match between Haas and Striker started. Haas tries to outwrestle Striker by bringing the match to the ground but Striker will have none of it, stalling for time at each and every opportunity. Finish: The contest finally picks up at around the 7 minute mark, when Striker tags in Mickie James forcing Haas to tag in Trish Stratus. Trish rushes into the ring as does Mickie. She leaps up and takes Mickie down with a Lou Thesz press and immediately begins to wail away with right hands. She gets off of the Women’s Champion and lifts her to her feet. She shoots Mickie into the corner and comes charging in. Mickie gets a boot into the face of Trish and comes out of the corner. Trish recovers lifts her up and drills her with a spine buster! She covers her but only manages to pick up a 2 count. Trish gets back up to her feet but STRIKER RUNS HER OVER WITH A CLOTHESLINE!!! The fans shower Haas in heat as he stands over Trish, smirking. Haas enters the ring and lights him up with right hands. He then takes Striker and himself over the top rope with a clothesline. Mickie gets back up to her feet and begins stalking Trish, ready to hit her with a Mick Kick. Trish gets up to her feet and Mickie attempts a Mick Kick. Trish ducks and hits Mickie with a Chick Kick for the win!
Winners: Trish and Haas at 9:53 via pin fall.

Jim Ross: Trish picks up the win over the Women’s Champion! Trish Stratus is rolling into Unforgiven! Mickie may be in trouble.

Jerry Lawler: It was a fluke J.R., that couldn’t happen again.

Jim Ross: We’ll see King. We’ll see at Unforgiven. Coming up next, huge eight man tag team match up. JBL, The Big Show, Randy Orton and Edge take on Chris Benoit, Ric Flair, The Undertaker and the WWE Champion Shawn Michaels. One of the biggest matches in RAW history, NEXT!

[Commercial Break]

Jim Ross: Unforgiven is turning out to be one hell of a night King.

Jerry Lawler: Absolutely, nobody does Pay Per View like the WWE.

Jim Ross: Its Legend vs. Legend Killer, when ‘”The Nature Boy” Ric Flair takes on “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton.

Jerry Lawler: Ric Flair has been on a tremendous roll as of late, defeating Cactus Jack at SummerSlam. Orton plans to not only in the roll but end the legend of Ric Flair at Unforgiven.

Jim Ross: The Women’s Championship will be on the line when Mickie James defends against Trish Stratus.

Jerry Lawler: Mickie James has been the Women’s Champion since WrestleMania 22 where she defeated Trish for the title. Can Trish return the favor at Unforgiven?

Jim Ross: Just made tonight, Johnny Nitro defends his Intercontinental Championship against Chris Masters, Ken Doane, Joey Mercury, Carlito and Rob Van Dam. Six Pack Elimination match for the title.

Jerry Lawler: If The Rated R Army works together they could walk out with the title. But the way things are going I don’t see that happening.

Jim Ross: The road for the #1 Contendership starts and ends at Unforgiven. The Undertaker takes on The Big Show and Chris Benoit takes on JBL.

Jerry Lawler: And the winner of those two matches battle each other later in the night for a shot at the WWE Championship.

Jim Ross:
Oh and this will be good. “The Samoan Bulldozer” Umaga calls out “The Hardcore Legend” Mick Foley.

Jerry Lawler: But will Foley answer the call and what does Estrada and Umaga want with Foley?

Jim Ross: This is the match I’m anticipating and dreading at the same time. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels defends his WWE Championship against “The Rated R Superstar” Edge. With Mr. McMahon as the special referee.

Jerry Lawler: This is gonna be great. You know Mr. McMahon will call it right down the middle. Ha. Ha!

Jim Ross: September 24th is gonna be one slobber knocker of a Sunday night!


“Longhorn” hits to monstrous heat as JBL make his way onto the entrance ramp. Bradshaw holds his arm in pain as it still hurts from the Crossface earlier. JBL enters the ring as Lilian makes the ring introduction.

Jim Ross: We may have gotten a preview of JBL-Benoit tonight when JBL tapped out to the Crossface.

Jerry Lawler: They’ll be a different story at Unforgiven. JBL will be prepared then.


“Crank It Up” hits to a lot of heat and The Big Show, with Paul Heyman by his side, makes his way to the ring. Show steps over the top rope and into the ring as Lilian makes the ring introduction. Show and JBL stare at each other, knowing they may meet at Unforgiven.

Jim Ross: The largest athlete in the world goes one on one with The Phenom on September 24th. Will Show be prepared for the Deadman?

Jerry Lawler: You heard Heyman earlier. It has nothing to do with The Undertaker. Show wants the WWE Title and he’ll run through anybody to get it.


“Burn In My Light” hits to tremendous heat. “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton makes his way onto the stage area. Orton does his destiny pose as his pyro falls. Orton continues on his way to the ring as Lilian makes the intro.

Jim Ross: The talented 25 year old in my opinion is jealous of all the attention that Ric Flair has been receiving lately.

Jerry Lawler: Randy is not jealous. He’s right. He beat Cactus Jack first and now Flair is getting all of the credit for it.

“Metalingus” hits to the loudest heat of the night. “The Rated R Superstar” Edge, with Lita by his side, makes his way to the ring. He smirks at the crowd and enters the ring. All of Edge’s teammates stare at Edge as The Rated R Superstar gives them their ‘marching orders.’

Jim Ross: After the break, Huge eight man tag team match. Orton, JBL, Big Show and Edge take on Benoit, Flair, Undertaker and Shawn Michaels. NEXT!

[Commercial Break]

“Whatever” hits to a great ovation. “The Rabid Wolverine” Chris Benoit makes his way down to the ring but doesn’t actually step in due to the fact that there are four superstars waiting on him. Lilian Garcia makes the ring introduction as Benoit waits on the outside.

Jim Ross: The greatest technical wrestler in the world today takes on JBL for the opportunity to get a shot at the WWE Championship. Can Benoit climb the mountain top once more?


“Space Odyssey 3000” hits to a huge ovation. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair makes his way to the ring, ‘Stylin and Profilin’ like only he can. Flair pats Benoit on the back and waits by his side as Lilian Garcia makes the ring intro.

Jim Ross: The greatest legend of all time takes on “The Legend Killer” in just thirteen days. Old school meets new school at Unforgiven.


The crowd erupts.


The lights go out and a bluish / purplish aura overtakes the arena.


“Graveyard Symphony” hits to a thunderous ovation. Benoit, Flair, JBL, Show, Orton and Edge all wait patiently as The Undertaker slowly makes his way to the ring. Unlike Flair and Benoit, Taker climbs the steps and enters the ring. The Deadman takes his coat and hat off as Edge’s ‘team’ looks on in fear. Taker rolls his eyes into the back of his head as Flair and Benoit enter the ring. Lilian makes the ring introduction.

Jim Ross: Bone chilling entrance by The Phenom of the WWE. A decade and a half of destruction by The Deadman but he runs into a 500 pound brick wall in just two weeks.

“Sexy Boy” hits to a momentous ovation, the loudest of the night! The WWE Champion, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels makes his way down the ramp, title around his waist. Michaels doesn’t bother with the pyrotechnics or posing, he just rushes the ring and the brawl is on.

Jim Ross: HERE WE GO!

Match #5
Edge (w/Lita), The Big Show (w/Paul Heyman), Randy Orton & JBL vs.
WWE Champion Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Chris Benoit & Undertaker
Eight Man Tag Team Match
Main Event
Match Summary:
The match up starts with a huge eight man brawl with each superstar pairing off with their opponent for Unforgiven. Taker brawls with Show as Michaels hits Edge with right hands. Flair hits Orton with chops as Benoit does the same to JBL. The faces have complete control of the contest for the majority of the contest with the heels coming back in short spurts. Finish: Eventually, HBK and JBL end up as the legal men in the ring. Michaels hits Bradshaw with hard right hands before shooting him into the ropes. JBL comes back and attempts to hit The Clothesline From Hell! Michaels ducks and hits him with Sweet Chin Music! Orton enters the ring and Michaels gives him a Superkick! Edge and Big Show enter the ring and all hell breaks loose. Flair, Taker and Benoit enter the ring counteracting the interference of the heels. Taker hits Edge with right hands but Flair and Benoit don’t fare as well. Big Show takes them both down with huge clotheslines. He lifts The Nature Boy up to his feet and then flings him out of the ring. Show soon follows up and does the same to The Rabid Wolverine. Taker continues to wail away on Edge in the corner until Show grabs The Deadman. He grabs Taker by the back of the head and hits him with a huge head butt, taking The Phenom down! Michaels begins stomping his foot, waiting for Show to turn around. Taker slowly gets up to hius feet as Show turns around. Michaels goes for Sweet Chin Music but Show moves out of the way and HBK takes out The Deadman with a Superkick! Michaels stares down at The Undertaker in shock before Show grabs him around the throat! Show lifts him up and drops him with a CHOKESLAM!!! Show then leaves the ring and walks up the entrance ramp, with the damage already done. JBL crawls over and manages to get a hand over Michaels. 1...2...3! JBL picks up the win for his team, coming full circle from the beginning of the night!
Winners: JBL, Show, Edge and Orton at 14:34.

Orton wakes and Edge makes his way out of the corner. Edge and Orton lift JBL up to his feet and the three men begin stomping away on Shawn Michaels. Edge and company beat the champion down until Ric Flair and Chris Benoit re-enter the ring and make the save. Flair takes on Orton, hitting The Legend Killer with knife edged chops. Benoit grabs JBL and sends him out of the ring as Flair does the same to Orton. Flair and Benoit follow to the outside and fight with JBL and Orton to the backstage area. Inside of the ring, Edge waits on HBK to get up to his feet. Edge is ready to hit the Spear. THE UNDERTAKER SITS UP and stares at Edge! The Rated R Superstar quickly bails as Taker gets up to his feet. Michaels gets back up to his feet and Taker grabs him around the throat! Taker lifts HBK up and drills the WWE Champion with a choke slam! The crowd gives a mixed reaction as The Phenom gained revenge for Michaels errant super kick. Mr. McMahon appears on the stage and begins laughing at Michaels, as The Heartbreak Kid cant seem to have anything go his way. Edge grabs Michaels’ WWE Title from ringside and stares at it. Taker looks down at Michaels and gives him the throat slash as we go off of the air.


Credit to -FS- for the sick banner

Current Card for Unforgiven; September 24, 2006

WWE Championship; Mr. McMahon as special referee
“HBK” Shawn Michaels© vs. “The Rated R Superstar” Edge (w/Lita)

Legend vs. Legend Killer
“Nature Boy” Ric Flair vs. “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton

Winner faces the victor of JBL/Benoit for #1 Contendership
The Undertaker vs. The Big Show (w/Paul Heyman)

Winner faces the victor of Taker/Big Show for #1 Contendership
Chris Benoit vs. John Bradshaw Layfield

#1 Contendership to the WWE Championship
Winner of Taker-Big Show vs. Winner of JBL-Benoit

Intercontinental Championship; Six Pack Elimination Match
Johnny Nitro© (w/Melina) vs. “The Phenomenal” Ken Doane vs. “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters
vs. Carlito vs. Joey Mercury vs. Rob Van Dam (w/Bill Alfonso)

Women’s Championship
Mickie James© vs. Trish Stratus

Umaga’s Challenge
The Samoan Bulldozer & AAE call out Mick Foley

for the week of September 28th


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*yawn* ddmrko, I am so tired and I'm out early tomorrow for the whole day almost...then I got homework so I don't know when I'll catch up with a review. Hopefully I can get it done late tomorrow, if not sometime during the week.

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