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Was hoping for a couple more reviews tbh but thanks to Nige and Sc2004 for doing so. Just to let you all know my next raw will be posted this weekend in recap. Because of the world cup i don't have much time to write out full shows so until Survivor Series i am expecting all shows to be recapped. Survivor series will definatley be in full however no matter what.
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Well, the starting match was pretty intense and an excellent opener. Near pinfalls and huge moves. I liked that. However, the ending was pretty un-original. The whole ideal of Punk hitting the finisher and Carlito getting the win is so used! But, that makes it a realistic finish to the match and for that, I give you props.

"Todd Grisass?" Come on, man. That's kinda lame. Even for Jericho. However, he saved face with a classic "Chicago is Jericho." Cena seemed in character and you got very creative with the dialog and character of John. At the end, Jericho mocking Cena with the "if you want some, then come freakin' get some," thing was not to convincing. Still, an okay way to sell the later match.

The first four paragraphs of the CW match were very fast-paced, but I noticed it kind of slowed down after that. The ending was unexpected, but a good counter nontheless. So Kash gets the first win, huh? I hope Noble wins the thing altogether.

Triple H hitting Donald with a sledgehammer? What type of bull*** is that? Do you have any idea how dark that was? Even for a Wrestlemania promo.

Very nice interview with the Hardyz suspecting that MVP is up to something. I'm predicting that MVP joins Burke and Cor Von and screws Matt out of the tag team titles, setting up for an excellent feud with the two teams. Good job, man.

A very short, but convincing match with Kane and Finlay. I liked the double chokeslam at the end, but I can honestly sa that I expected a counter and an eventual Finlay win.

Great tag team match, man. It was outstanding, and the ending was very realistic. I loved the whole ending where MVP accidently smacks Matt with the title belt. You out-did yourself with this one. This sets up for what I expect to be a great MVP/Hardy feud.

The Triple H interview was short, yet okay. You showed Hunter's typical cockiness and "ready to fight" attitude. That match was the s***, man. Especially with the sledgehammer and Armando that led to Umaga regaining the momentum. However, the ending wasn't as good. Mainly because Umaga played the whole weapon deal while Umaga distracted the ref. In any case, the Umaga win was unexpected, but a good call. And the post-match was just salt on the injury.

Pretty good Edge promo, man. He made some great points, including the whole thing about Batista and Undertaker. Edge's last line before he walked away seemed... well, I don't think he would've ended an interview like that. In any case, great promo.

This whole thing were Umaga inflicts more pain on HHH was not needed. He proved his point, he didn't have to do anything else. But, I suppose it kills time.

An okay World title match. Edge countering the West Coast pop into the powerbomb didn't seem to realistic. However, the Edgecator was an awesome twist to end it. So, Edge retains. Not really a huge shocker there.

A very in character Kennedy/Orton promo. It spells that the two might betray each other during the match and fight. This should be a good one.

And I was right. This tag team match was absolutely astronomical. You really pulled out all the stops on this one, and it paid off. The ending with Shane McMahon was a great add! I also liked the Walls of Jericho into the RKO! That never gets old. So, Jericho gets the title shot. Lovely. That should be a good match.

The main event was a full-on war, but the start of it was pretty lame. Batista spears Undertaker? Come on! You stole that from 'Mania 23. Be more original man. However, the match in itself was fantastic from there. A lot of violence, innovation and steel steps usage. Plus, the two tombstones worked really well. I can't wait to see where you take it from here. An awesome finish to the show.

Overall: 96/100 = A


Anyway, great show, man. I'll be keeping track in the future.
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Well after a break for revising for my GCSE's i am back to continue this thread full time, and you can expect shows to be posted more quickly as i have got a three month break come Thursday. All shows will till Survivor Series will be posted in recap form, so i can make up for two months of no shows. From Survivor Series forwards shows will be posted back in full. Anyway finally here is Raw

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Omaha Nebraska
15th October 2007


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Before the show starts we get a video package showing the highlights from last night’s No Mercy PPV. We see Carlito retaining his Intercontinental title in a triple threat, Umaga attacking Triple H with a sledgehammer to win the match, Umaga throwing Triple H head first through an ambulance window backstage after the match and Chris Jericho getting the submission victory on Randy Orton in the tag team match to become the number one contender.
We then cut straight to the ring where we see Santino Marella sitting down with Maria, as the show opens with the Santino’s Casa. Santino complains about the fact that he didn’t even have a match at No Mercy, saying that he is sick of being held down from the main event scene. Santino continues his tirade blaming Omaha Nebraska, Joanne Cena, King Kong (Batista), Undertaker and finally Stone Cold Steve Austin. Santino is cut off by “Break the walls down”, and Chris Jericho heads towards the ring. Santino tells Jericho that he didn’t give him the cue to come out yet, only to be cut off by Jericho who tells him to shut the hell up. Jericho then insults Santino and his Mohawk before starting to talk about his victory at No Mercy, when “Burn inside my light” hits and Randy Orton makes his way down to the ring. Randy Orton and Chris Jericho have a face-to-face confrontation in the ring to hype their WWE Championship match at Survivor Series. Randy Orton tells Jericho that the only reason that Jericho beat Orton at No Mercy is because he let Jericho win. And that is because he wants to do the privilege of doing the Corporation and Vince McMahon a favour by ending the career of Chris Jericho. After some heated words between the two men, they go head to head face to face. It looks as though the two men are going to go at it when Santino Marella low blows Chris Jericho from behind angry at Jericho’s comments earlier on the Casa, and then Randy Orton drops Chris Jericho with the RKO. General Manager Stone Cold then comes out with a mic and he makes the main event for the evening in what could very well be a rematch from No Mercy, as Chris Jericho and Randy Orton will have to pick tag team partners to face each other later tonight. Stone Cold then reminds Santino about the survey last week and says that 15, 000 people voted for Stone Cold to kick Santino Marella’s ass. He says Santino can hand his ass over now or he can make a run for it and get his ass kicked just as bad. Stone Cold then gives Santino five seconds, and Santino chooses to make an escape as he runs off with Maria through the crowd with Austin making a chase.

Commercial Break


When we get back from commercial we see Armando Alejandro Estrada in the ring with Umaga. Estrada starts bragging on how Umaga gave Triple H the worst beating of his life at No Mercy, and that Triple H won’t be around for a long time because of the injuries he suffered at No Mercy. Estrada issues an open challenge for anyone to come out and face Umaga. Then Jeff Hardy’s music hits, as Jeff Hardy comes down to the ring accepting Umaga’s challenge.

Match 1
Singles Match
Jeff Hardy v Umaga


The first wrestling action on Raw sees another match in the Jeff Hardy v Umaga series, and just like on previous matches the majority of the match sees Umaga dominate Jeff Hardy. Jeff Hardy has to show a lot of resiliency and heart, as Umaga hits a series of hard hitting power manoeuvres on Jeff Hardy continuing off his work from his victory against Triple H at No Mercy. Jeff Hardy however started fighting back into the match, after Umaga missed the Samoan Wrecking Ball. Jeff Hardy hit the Whisper in the Wind followed by the Twist of Fate. Hardy went up top signalling for the Swanton Bomb, but Estrada distracted the referee. Jeff Hardy got off the turnbuckle and shoved Estrada off the apron before going up top again. Hardy looks for the Swanton Bomb but Umaga rolls out of the way! Umaga then sets Jeff Hardy up for the Samoan Spike when “Time to Play the Game” hits! Umaga looks down the ramp awaiting Triple H, as Estrada looks on in disbelief. This distracts Umaga for long enough for Hardy to dropkick Umaga off the ropes, and Umaga rebounds back into Jeff Hardy who rolls the big Samoan up and gets the three count!

Winner: Jeff Hardy in 8:07


Jeff Hardy quickly leaves the ring and celebrates his huge victory, finally beating his nemesis Umaga in a one on one match as Umaga and Estrada are left furious in the ring.

We then go backstage where we see that Stone Cold has caught Santino, as Santino is sitting down on a chair with his arms tied behind his back around the chair with tape over his mouth. Stone Cold reminds Santino that 15,000 people voted for Stone Cold to kick his ass tonight on Raw. Stone Cold said that he should give him one Stone Cold Stunner, two Stone Cold Stunners, three Stone Cold Stunners and he continues onto ten Stone Cold Stunners before stopping. Austin then tells Santino that he has changed his mind and will let him off because he is a nice guy. And instead of kicking his ass, he is going to force Santino to watch the Condemned. Santino falls back on his chair and tries to sliver away, but Austin tells Santino he is going nowhere and after the movie is finished Santino will tell him it is the greatest movie of all time or Santino will get his ass kicked and that’s the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so. Stone Cold then walks out of the room and locks the door and walks into his office where he sees the Worlds Greatest Tag Team. Shelton Benjamin complains to Austin about Cryme Time selling their Tag Team Championships two weeks ago on Raw. Shelton tells Austin to do something about it and find their Tag Titles, but Austin replies by telling them that they got themselves into a mess and they can get themselves out of this mess. Austin makes Cryme Time v Benjamin and Haas for tonight as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


When we get back from commercial we see Jonathon Coachman in the ring with a mic in hand. Coach complains about Austin’s attacks on Coach over the past few weeks including Austin hitting Coach over the head with a guitar. Coach says that there is no room for a power abusing General Manager like Steve Austin and asks Linda McMahon if he can hear him to fire Stone Cold. Coach says he will forgive Austin if he comes out and apologises or he will take serious action. Moment’s later Stone Cold’s music hits and he comes out to a huge pop. Austin tells Coach he is not going to apologise but he is going to give Coach a chance to get rid of him as general manager. Austin says all Coach needs to do is beat his opponent tonight in a No DQ Match and he will be gone. Coach smiles as he believes he is going to win and get Stone Cold fired when “One of a Kind” hits and RVD comes out to a big pop to the frustration of Jonathon Coachman.

Match 2
No DQ Match
Jonathon Coachman v Rob Van Dam


This was a fantastic 5 star match with Jonathon Coachman showing his superior wrestling ability and…..Oh sorry I was supposed to say it was a total squash which saw RVD tear Coach apart for three minutes. Coach still feeling the effects of Stone Cold smashing a guitar over his head a few weeks ago didn’t get much sympathy as RVD continued his very physical side of him which he has been showing over the last few weeks. After hitting a Brainbuster onto Coach, RVD rolled to the outside and grabbed hold of a Steel Chair and then a Wooden Table and slides them into the ring. RVD smashed the chair over the skull of Coachman, before placing him on the table and hitting a Five Star Frog Splash to Coach through the table to get the easy victory.

Winner: Rob Van Dam in 2:38


We then go backstage again where we see Stone Cold going to the room that has Santino locked in it to check up on him. Austin opens the door only to find out that Santino has escaped. Austin storms off looking very pissed and it looks like he is going to chase after him.

We then go to another area backstage where we see Ken Kennedy talking to Vince McMahon. Kennedy tells Vince that he had the match won at No Mercy but Randy Orton had to screw up and lose the match, but fails to notice Randy Orton walk into the room. Orton then gets in Kennedy’s face having hearing the comment, and says that their team might of won last night if it wasn’t for him having to carry the match against both Jericho and Cena last night by himself. Kennedy and Orton then start arguing with neither man letting each other get a word in, to which Vince cuts with a big SHADDAAPP! Vince says that since Orton needs a partner tonight, Kennedy will team up with him tonight and they can make the wrongs from No Mercy right. Vince says that this is the Corporation, and he doesn’t want to have two men who continually let Vince down represent the Corporation. Vince then tells Kennedy he knows what he needs to do before telling them both to take Jericho and that he has to go and make a deal as we go to a commercial break.


Commercial Break


Match 3
Tag Team Match
Cryme Time v Worlds Greatest Tag Team


We get your typical every day Tag Team match with JTG playing the face in peril for a long part of only for Shad to make the hot tag late on and clean house. Cryme Time looked very good in the opening stages of the match, but when Haas tossed JTG to the outside. Benjamin hit JTG with a superkick as the legal man Haas distracted the referee. Benjamin and Haas then spent the next few minutes of the match to work over the knee of JTG. But JTG fought back after an enzuigiri onto Haas and he tagged in Big Shad. Shad came in and started cleaning house on Benjamin and Haas. Cryme Time looked good to get the win when they set Haas up for the G9 but Benjamin ran in and saved Haas by taking down both Shad and JTG. Charlie Haas then distracted the referee as Benjamin pulled out some Brass Knucks from his tights and hits big Shad with them. Benjamin then made the cover when he suddenly gets to his feet and looks down the ramp. The camera then focuses down the ramp and we see Paul London and Brian Kendrick with the Worlds Greatest Tag Team’s title belts! Benjamin and Haas ask London and Kendrick what the hell are they doing with their belts, and just like the first match this distracts Benjamin and Haas long enough for them to lose the match, as Cryme Time take Benjamin out of the ring before hitting the G9 on Haas for the victory.

Winners: Cryme Time in 6:47


After the match Cryme Time celebrate their victory, Paul London and Brian Kendrick tell the Worlds Greatest Tag Team to give them a shot at the Tag Team Titles or they will never see their belts again.

We then go backstage to see Todd Grisham standing by with Cody Rhodes who gets some heat from the crowd after his heel turn last week on Raw. Todd asks why Cody turned on Hardcore last week on Raw to which he receives a shut up from Cody Rhodes. Cody Rhodes says he is sick and tired of being overlooked, and always being known as Dusty Rhodes’s son and says that it was about time he did something about it. Cody says that his rise to the top starts tonight with Val Venis, and in thirty years from now nobody will remember his father. And everybody will remember the name Cody Rhodes.

We then cut to the parking lot where we see Santino Marella and Maria running towards a taxi. They quickly get into the taxi and Santino thanks Maria for saving him as he was so angry and frustrated and couldn’t stand another moment of watching the Condemned with it’s terrible acting. Santino then asks the taxi driver to get out of here before Stone Cold comes. We then hear a familiar voice saying “Taxi for Jackass” and then the camera focuses on the taxi driver who is Stone Cold! Stone Cold then jumps to the back seat onto Santino and starts laying into him with some hard right hands. Santino quickly squeals out of the taxi and tries to run away from Stone Cold, who catches Santino with a Clothesline to the back of the head. Austin then tosses Santino onto the hood of the taxi and starts pounding away at him when from behind Security grab hold of Stone Cold and pull him away from Santino. Vince McMahon then walks into the scene and he has a go at Austin saying that a General Manager has no right to attack one of Raw’s top superstars. Vince says that Austin has caused enough damage for one night and that he is barred from the arena. He then tells the security to pull him away, and as they do so a big smile appears on Vince’s face as he now has full control of Raw not that Austin is not here. A hurt Santino Marella then walks into the scene and thanks Vince McMahon for sending Austin out of the arena, and asks Vince if there is anything he can do to repay Vince. Vince tells Santino there is actually and before we find out we go to a commercial break.


Commercial Break


Match 4
Singles Match
Cody Rhodes v Val Venis


Cody Rhodes first match as a heel turns out to be much harder than expected, as the match is all Val Venis until the late stages of the match. Val Venis came close to three on multiple occasions, with the closest coming with a snap DDT dropping Cody right on his head. Cody Rhodes at one point seemed as though the match had turned in his favour after hitting Val with a dropkick, but he started showing a bit of cockiness and took too much time taunting to the crowd which allowed Val to regain his momentum. Val hit a spin out Powerbomb and then went for the Money Splash, but Cody Rhodes moved out of the way. This is where the match turned for Cody and he got the win after a hanging DDT from the second rope.

Winner: Cody Rhodes in 5:16


After the match Cody celebrates his hard fought victory. But then after the match Hardcore Holly sprints down to the ring. Cody looks willing to fight Hardcore, but slides out at the last possible second. But Hardcore still wants a piece of Cody, as he quickly rolls out the ring and chases Cody all the way up the ramp to the backstage area.

We then go backstage where we see Chris Jericho standing outside of John Cena’s locker room. Jericho takes a sigh before walking into the locker room to see tons of paramedics and superstars including Shane McMahon checking on John Cena who is bloody and unconscious on the floor. Jericho asks Shane what happened and finds out that the Corporation members attacked John Cena just a few moments ago knowing that Jericho might pick Cena as his tag team partner. Shane asks Jericho if he has a partner, to which Jericho says no but he has an idea as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial “This fire burns” hits and CM Punk makes his way to the ring to a big pop. CM Punk takes a mic and he talks about his loss at No Mercy saying he was so close to becoming the Intercontinental Champion, but Carlito took advantage and stole the victory. CM Punk says that Carlito didn’t beat him however and he demands a rematch right here right now. We then go the Titantron where we see Carlito on a beach lying down with a drink. Carlito takes off his shades and apologises to CM Punk for not being there tonight, but instead of going to miserable Omaha Nebraska he decided to celebrate his victory on the sunny beaches of Puerto Rico. Carlito says that he knows that CM Punk will want a rematch for the Intercontinental Title, but the thing is that CM Punk is not cool and that he is straight edge because he is a geek and Carlito likes to spit in the faces of geeks. We then see the legs of a woman walk into the scene and we see a bra drop onto the ground. Carlito’s mouth opens wide and he then looks at the camera and says that’s cool before we cut back to the ring to see an angry CM Punk. John Morrison’s music then hits and he makes his way down to the ring for their scheduled match.

Match 5
Singles Match
CM Punk v John Morrison


CM Punk and John Morrison put on a very good contest, with both men putting on a fast paced back and forth match. In the early going, we saw a lot of reversals between the two men with both men knowing everything their opponent is about to do because of their many matches in the last year. John Morrison took advantage four minutes into the match, when CM Punk went for the running knee to a corner John Morrison, but Morrison caught Punk with a back body drop taking him over the top rope to the outside. John Morrison then started to work over the knee of CM Punk, which had been damaged from that hard land onto the concrete floor on the outside. The tides turned in advantage of CM Punk after Punk rolled out of the way avoiding a Moonsault from the top rope by John Morrison. CM Punk picked up a lot of momentum going through his move set with the fans knowing the end is near. It looked as though Punk had the victory when he set Morrison up for the Go To Sleep, but MELINA pulled Morrison off Punk’s shoulders from the ring apron. CM Punk went to attack Melina only for the referee to get in the way. The referee then confronted Melina telling her to go to the back, but suddenly in the ring CARLITO COMES FROM OUT OF NOWHERE hitting Punk with the Intercontinental Championship. Carlito flees put of the ring as Morrison hits a Breakdance Leg Drop and makes the cover for the victory.

Winner: John Morrison in 8:14


After the match John Morrison reunites with Melina in the ring, as Carlito points and laughs at CM Punk who is just getting to his feet realising what has happened as we go to a commercial.

Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial we see the Corporation consisting of WWE Champion Randy Orton, Ken Kennedy and Vince McMahon come down to the ring to some big heat. Chris Jericho then makes his way to the ring as JR and King talk about John Cena’s attack earlier in the show and who could be Chris Jericho’s partner. Then “Here Comes The Money” hits and Shane McMahon comes out in wrestling gear to a big pop. The Corporation point and laugh at Shane who is not an active wrestler, believing that this is going to be a walk in the park. But they are surprised when Shane McMahon and Chris Jericho rush into the ring and start attacking them.

Match 6
Tag Team Match
Chris Jericho and Shane McMahon with Vince McMahon v Ken Kennedy and Randy Orton


We end the show with a very controversial Tag Team Match. Early in the match Chris Jericho and Shane McMahon were all over Ken Kennedy and Randy Orton with Shane nearly getting the win with the diving elbow drop on Ken Kennedy early on in the match only for Randy Orton to break the count. Moments later Chris Jericho got Kennedy in the Walls of Jericho and Ken Kennedy tapped out and the referee called for the bell! But Vince McMahon grabbed the mic and said that he is now in control of the show and he says that you cannot win this match via submission so the match will continue. With Chris Jericho too busy complaining to the referee, Randy Orton came from out of nowhere with an RKO and made the cover only for Shane McMahon to make the save. Orton and Kennedy then took control of the match keeping Chris Jericho in their corner not allowing him to tag in Shane McMahon. Randy Orton went to finish off Jericho with the punt to the head, but Jericho caught Orton from out of nowhere with the Codebreaker! Jericho then went for the cover but from behind Ken Kennedy hit a low blow causing the referee to call for the bell. But once again Vince McMahon grabbed the mic and said that this match would continue and would now be a No DQ Match.

But this did not work for the Corporation as Shane McMahon grabbed a Steel Chair and started swinging it left right and centre at Ken Kennedy and Randy Orton. Shane McMahon then chased his dad with the Chair but from out of nowhere UMAGA HITS SHANE WITH THE SAMOAN SPIKE! Chris Jericho went to make the save but from behind SANTINO MARELLA hits Chris Jericho with a Steel Chair! Umaga then tosses Shane McMahon into the ring and he traps Chris Jericho in the ropes by the arms. Vince McMahon then enters the ring as a recovered Randy Orton gets to his feet. With Chris Jericho tied in the ropes, Vince McMahon starts shouting in Chris Jericho’s face as Randy Orton locks on the Walls of Jericho onto Shane McMahon as a hurt Chris Jericho watches on. Ken Kennedy then hits Chris Jericho with a big boot to the face as the referee calls for the bell as mayhem has let loose.


Match ends in no contest in 9:52


The mayhem continues after the match as Umaga grabs Chris Jericho by the throat and hits him with multiple Samoan Spikes. Meanwhile Ken Kennedy, Randy Orton and Santino Marella hit their finishing manoeuvres on Shane McMahon. Vince McMahon then grabs hold of the Steel Chair and he goes to hit Chris Jericho who is still tied up in the ropes with it when “My time is now” hits and a bandaged and bruised John Cena rushes to the ring. John Cena cleans house tossing Umaga, Kennedy and Orton out of the ring as Vince McMahon flees the ring. This leaves Santino Marella in the ring, and he hits Cena with a forearm to the back but it does no damage. John Cena turns around and stares a hole through Santino and then grabs hold of him by the back of the neck. John Cena then tells Santino to look down the ramp as “Glass Shatters” hits and Stone Cold Steve Austin makes his way to the ring. Santino begs Stone Cold to not hurt him, but Austin gives him the middle finger and drops him with a Stone Cold Stunner. The show then comes to a close as Cena and a recovering Chris Jericho and Shane McMahon reach their feet and stare down the Corporation down the ramp.

END OF SHOW


Raw Results
Jeff Hardy beats Umaga in 8:07
RVD beats The Coach in a No DQ Match in 2:38
Cryme Time beat The Worlds Greatest Tag Team in 6:47
Cody Rhodes beats Val Venis in 5:17
John Morrison beats CM Punk in 8:14
Chris Jericho and Shane McMahon v Ken Kennedy and Randy Orton goes to a no contest in 9:52


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I’m glad your thread is back man, as it was without a doubt, one of the best on the forums by a million miles. It shocked me when you said you were doing your GCSE’s! It’s amazing to see someone your age write so well and produce quality so consistently like you do

Anyways, opening section to the show was good as usual. Jericho & Orton going at it after No Mercy (feels like a long time ago now) was expected with Jericho getting the title shot. I like that you’re addressing that straight away, and Orton’s excuse for letting him win was great and so typically Orton. Santino too was funny, the poor deluded fool. Austin’s appearance was needed, not just for the hilarious follow up to last week with the survey taking a resounding negative turn for Santino, but to set up a huge main event. I guess we will see different partners to last night?

You know how much I loved Umaga going over Triple H at No Mercy as I respected you having the guts to have The Game job to him where others don’t. The Estrada promo and open challenge sounded like a very logical idea, and Jeff making the answer was fine by me as I love their matches. I didn’t think you would have Triple H return so early, and of course you didn’t because you’re not stupid. The match was brilliant with some great sequences like the Wrecking Ball miss into the Whisper in the Wind, real fast hard action. The ending was okay, I just don’t like seeing Umaga get pinned. The distraction I see caused it, but I just think he needed to convince the fans just a little bit more by squashing someone until The Game returned. I can see the idea was good, it was just because it was Umaga and his monster gimmick that bothered me slightly

Stonecold/Santino promo was just great, so amazing for comedy value. It was just genius and I would have just loved to seen that on TV. It of course led well into the appearance of The WGTT and their problem. Again, as always, logical booking solution

Coach has been great with Austin, and this was just brilliant too. Although Austin has made his third appearance already, he is just gold to the show and putting Coach in his place, but here just a little bit of a chance, and LOL at Coach thinking he was going to win. RVD being his opponent was always going to be, shall we say difficult. I would have laughed my ass off had Santino been able to untie himself, run down and cost RVD the match, but RVD picking up the easy win was the all so easy decision

Austin again! It does feel like a one man show so far to be honest, but Santino has managed to escape, brilliant!

Kennedy/Orton/Vince segment was also very good. The start with Kennedy blaming Orton, only for him to walk in and lead to a confrontation was a great moment, leading into the legendary Vince silencer. I like that he is all business about it, that makes sense for Orton to team with Kennedy again tonight. I sense trouble!

Cryme Time/WGTT was a good match for sure, but I’m loving the incorporation of London & Kendrick into this, it’s just another example of how well thought out your booking is. Are we going to see a triple threat tag match at the Survivor Series? Shelton & Haas have some making up to do for sure

Cody’s interview was great and why I am loving the idea of turning him heel. The comments about his father were very strong for sure and will have definitely made people sit up and take notice of him. It looks like Val’s putting on his jobbing attire again tonight!

Austin/Santino carries on after a long enough break. It again was great comedy, but you just knew that although Austin was way behind Santino in the chase earlier on, Austin would be the taxi driver. Vince breaking up the fight was great as like you said, he has control over Raw, and I just wonder what role Santino will play in tonight

Cody was always going to win, but it was great that you are giving him a sense of arrogance, which will always lead to momentary lapses of concentration. Having him turn it back round makes him look stronger for that too, rather than just breezing to a win. It was no surprise that Hardcore would come for some retribution, but cool that Cody ducked it at the last second. But as usual, Holly won’t give it up! Another chase on tonight! There’ll be some tired legs at the hotel after

Cena laid out, oh yeah! I wonder who did that?!! It’s brilliant to see The Corporation throwing their weight around like every big powerful stable should do. Jericho has an idea ey? Personally, this one has me stumped

Man, that was cool from Carlito. Usually when you get a video promo like that with someone saying they’re aren’t there, it means that they are. Carlito calling Punk a geek was pretty funny to say the least. The match was good, what we can usually expect from Punk & Morrison. I was wondering if we would see a DQ, but I think Punk losing works better in the long run for him to try and get even. Morrison now joins Jeff & Cryme Time in picking up victories tonight with the aid of a distraction going in their favour

The main event was well, chaotic! Shane, I should have realised. In the match heading though, you put Shane McMahon with Vince McMahon. Anyways, the Codebreaker out of nowhere was sweet and lead to all the chaos ensuing as it should, but Umaga coming out was just brilliant as I would love to see him join The Corporation. I think we’re gonna see a real big war now aren’t we with Cena, Shane, Trips & Jericho up against the Corporation. That would be brilliant, and you’ve certainly laid the foundations for that if you’re going down that route. Austin returning was not a surprise since he’s been all over the show, in the first half anyway. Cena too coming out along with Santino gave the opportunities for Santino to get his ass kicked by Austin and for Cena to strike back, which is all good

Overall, it was a thoroughly brilliant show as normal. The only things that I can barely pick on was that Austin was used a hell of a lot in the first hour of the show, and that there were three distractions that led to three losses. That’s nothing at all, but brilliant work mate!

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WWE Smackdown!
Dayton Ohio
19th October 2007


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Before the show starts we get a video package showing the highlights from the Smackdown side of things from No Mercy this past Sunday. We see Kid Kash beating Jamie Noble in the first match of seven series, Kane defeating Finlay, The New Breed beating MVP and Matt Hardy to become the Tag Team Champions, Edge retaining the World Title against Rey Mysterio and finally Undertaker beating Batista inside a Hell in a Cell to become the number one contender for the World Heavyweight Title.
We then go to ringside where Michael Cole and JBL introduce us to the show. They run down tonight’s card, which includes rivals Chavo Guerrero and Ric Flair squaring off, with two losers from No Mercy Rey Mysterio and Finlay also going one on one.

We then get ready for Edge to come out and host the Cutting Edge, but instead Batista comes out to the ring with no music and doesn’t look his usual self. Batista says for the past month he has promised everybody he would beat The Undertaker at No Mercy and regain the World Heavyweight Championship, but he let everybody down. Batista then says that if he can’t beat The Undertaker, if he can’t be World Heavyweight Champion, if he can’t be the man there is no point of him being here. Batista then says “I QUIT”. As the crowd boo Batista’s announcement, Batista says that he will never be inside a WWE ring ever again.

Batista then walks to the back to a rather mixed reaction as Cole and JBL talk about what they just head.Then “Metalingus” hits and Edge comes out to some huge heat. Edge welcomes everyone to the Cutting Edge, and says while Batista has finally thrown his toys out of the pram because no one likes him, Edge went out and beat Rey Mysterio for the third time to retain his World Title. Edge says he told the world that he would prove Rey Mysterio for what he is a farce and that he does not deserve to be in the main event scene. Edge then hypes his match at Survivor Series with The Undertaker, saying that he won the World Title off The Undertaker in three seconds, and that since The Undertaker has just walked through hell at No Mercy with Batista there will be no way he will be in shape to fight Edge at Survivor Series. Edge then introduces The Undertaker as his guest for the Cutting Edge, and a MIDGET VERSION OF THE UNDERTAKER COMES OUT! The midget Undertaker walks to the ring very slowly, with Edge mocking Taker looking at a fake watch on his wrist. When Mini-Taker gets into the ring, Edge starts asking him some questions with Mini-Taker answering each one with “Rest in Peace” followed by rolling his eyes out and touching his nose with his tongue. Edge then mocks The Undertaker saying there is no way he is going to lose to some inept freak. Edge says he is not scared of The Undertaker and at Survivor Series this is what is going to happen. Edge then picks up the Mini-Taker and hits him with Tombstone Piledriver. Edge then attempts to roll his eyes and sticks his tongue out as KANE SPRINTS TO THE RING! Kane gets into the ring and pounds away at Edge with some hard right hands, before taking him over the top to the outside with a Big Boot. Edge then scurries down the ramp with his title belt, as Kane stares a hole through Edge and points to Edge signalling he wants a match tonight.

Commercial Break


Match 1
Tag Team Match
Chris Masters and Kenny Dykstra v Sabu and Tommy Dreamer


Tag Team action to kick off the wrestling side of the show, in which we see a very enjoyable opening contest. The ECW alumni start off as you expect with Sabu using a chair to hit a double springboard Seated Senton onto Chris Masters on the outside as Tommy Dreamer drops Dykstra on the outside with a DDT. But a good old typical Sabu botch turns the tide when he slipped off the top rope when he went for a springboard Moonsault onto a standing Kenny Dykstra, to which Dykstra took advantage hitting Sabu with a back Suplex. We then saw some good old heelish Tag Team wrestling with Dykstra and Masters working over the neck of Sabu not letting him tag in Dreamer. But Sabu fought out of a Submission hold where Dykstra drove his knee into the back of Sabu and pulled back on his neck, and Sabu tagged in Dreamer. Tommy Dreamer came in and cleaned house on both Dykstra and Masters, using his freshness to his advantage. Dreamer looked to have the match won when he set Masters up for the DVD, but Dykstra made the save. Sabu then made the save for Dreamer taking Dykstra to the outside. With the referee’s attention on Sabu and Dykstra on the outside, Tommy Dreamer grabbed hold of his Singapore Cane and smashed it over the skull of Chris Masters and made the cover to take the victory!

Winners: Sabu and Tommy Dreamer in 7:42


After the match Sabu and Dreamer celebrate their win as we go backstage. We see Batista leaving the arena with his bag over his shoulder when Ric Flair comes up to him. Flair asks Batista what he is thinking and says he needs to think about this, but Batista ignores Flair and walks on. Flair furious at Batista ignoring him, gets in Batista’s face and slaps him right across the face and tells Batista you don’t ignore the Nature Boy when he is speaking to you. Batista looks pissed off at Flair and looks as though he wants to hit him, as Flair says to Batista that they can have a talk and get Batista’s head back into the game. But Batista carries on walking and gets into his car and leaves the arena as Ric Flair rubs his hands through his hair and shouts “Damn It”.

We then go to another area backstage where we see Josh Matthews standing with the Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble. Josh Matthews asks Noble how he is feeling about his second match in the best of seven series with Kid Kash, after he lost the first match at No Mercy. Noble goes on to pretend that he didn’t lose the first match at No Mercy, and says that the best of 7 series will start tonight. Matthews attempts to correct Noble, who asks Matthews who the hell he thinks he is. Jamie Noble says tonight he is going to give Kid Kash a beating redneck style and he will beat Kid Kash again (Despite him not winning against Kash in 5 straight matches now).


Commercial Break


When we get back to commercial, the main event for tonight is announced, as Edge will go one on one with Kane.

Match 2
Match 2 in best of 7 series for Cruiserweight Title
Jamie Noble v Kid Kash


The match started before the bell even rang when Jamie Noble attacked Kash from behind when Kash was making his entrance to the ring. Jamie Noble tried to finish off Kash early tossing him into the steps and making the cover only to get a two. Jamie Noble put on his best showing against Kash since the feud started after Summerslam, as Jamie Noble dominated the majority of the match effectively working over the right shoulder of Kid Kash. Every time Kid Kash looked to change the momentum of the match, Jamie Noble found a way to keep the match in his corner using dirty tactics doing everything he can to win this match. Kid Kash showed a lot of resiliency kicking out of the Firemans Carry into double knee Gutbuster, and reaching the ropes when Noble locked on a Dragon Sleeper with Bodyscissors. But in the end the finish came out of nowhere as Noble set Kash up for the Tiger Bomb, but Kash countered it into a sunset flip and put all his body weight on Noble as he made the cover, stealing the victory!

Winner: Kid Kash in 8:09 (Kid Kash 2-0 Jamie Noble in best of 7 series)


After the match Kid Kash quickly leaves the ring and celebrates his victory as Jamie Noble has a fit inside the ring. Kid Kash raises two fingers in the air signalling the current score in the series to the Cruiserweight Champion.

We then go backstage to see Rey Mysterio standing by Kristal Marshall. Kristal asks Rey how he feels 5 days after his loss to Edge, knowing that could be the last time he gets a World Heavyweight Title shot. Mysterio congratulates Edge on his win and says he wrestled a smart game, knowing that Mysterio has an injured knee and Edge took advantage. He says that in the future when his knee is fully healed and he faces Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship, the result of the match will be different. Mysterio then says that he is now at the bottom of the ladder, and he is going to climb the ladder and reach the top where he will receive a title shot and it starts tonight with Finlay.


Commercial Break


Match 3
Singles Match
Finlay v Rey Mysterio


With both men coming off from losses to Kane and Edge at No Mercy, we get a very physical fast paced match here. After some back and forth technical wrestling to start things off, Rey Mysterio came off the blocks quickest and used his speed to his advantage hitting a Spinning Tilt a Whirl Headscissors to Finlay followed by a Bulldog from a Bodyscissors position. But Mysterio hurt his knee when Finlay rolled out of the way as Mysterio attempted a Frog Splash. Finlay after some work on the knee locked on an Indian Death Lock, but after a minute of agony Mysterio fought on and grabbed hold of the bottom rope. Rey Mysterio then started to fight back into the match, coming close to victory with a Tornado DDT off the middle rope. Finlay looked to be in danger when Mysterio set Finlay up for the 619. Mysterio hit the 619 and set Finlay up for the West Coast Pop. But in mid air Finlay caught Mysterio with a Shillelagh to the knee causing the ref to call for the bell.

Winner: Rey Mysterio via DQ in 7:24


After the match Finlay clocks the referee over the head with the Shillelagh, and then targets Mysterio’s knee with the Shillelagh repeatedly hitting Rey with the deadly weapon. Referee’s and Road Agents come down to stop Finlay’s attack, and Rey Mysterio is helped to the back by as we go backstage.

We go backstage to see MVP talking to some attractive ladies backstage, before Matt Hardy walks into the scene. Matt Hardy excuses the ladies for a chat with MVP. Hardy says that last night didn’t go so well, but it doesn’t matter, as there is one thing that came good from it. And that is that now they don’t have to worry about the Tag Team Championships, and now MVP can defend his US Title against Matt Hardy. MVP surprises Hardy however by saying that they have a rematch with the New Breed for the Tag Team Titles tonight from his request, and he tells Hardy to not to let the team down like he did at No Mercy. MVP then walks away, leaving a frustrated Matt Hardy.

We then go to the GM’s office where Teddy Long is speaking on his phone. Long hangs up the phone when Ric Flair walks into the room. Flair tells Teddy that he needs to do something about Batista and he can’t just let Batista walk out like he did. Teddy says that he called Batista but there was no answer. He then says it is a shame that Batista has walked out as he made a match at Survivor Series with Batista teaming with Mysterio, Kane and Flair to take on Chavo, Elijah Burke, Marcus Cor Von and Finlay in a Survivor Series elimination match. Teddy tells Flair that the only person Batista would listen to is his mentor Ric Flair. He says that Flair needs to do something, or at Survivor Series it will be a 4 v 3 handicap match. Long says the only person Batista will listen to is his mentor and tells Flair that is him.


Commercial Break


Match 4
Singles Match
Chavo Guerrero v Ric Flair


A very intense rivalry has been building up between these two men over the past weeks, and it leads to a very physical match. In the early going a lot of punches and chops were thrown between the two men, until Ric Flair took control of the match after taking Chavo to the outside with a back body drop. Ric Flair then started to work over the knee of Chavo to lead to the Figure 4, but when Flair attempted to lock the move on Chavo pushed the referee away and hit Flair with a low blow. Chavo then took control of the match nearly taking the victory on several occasions, only for Ric Flair to kick out. But the tide of the match turned again when Chavo Guerrero missed the Frog Splash as Ric Flair rolled out of the way. Ric Flair moments later locked Chavo into the Figure 4 Leg Lock. Ric Flair used the ropes for leverage as the referee concentrated on Chavo asking him whether he wanted to give up. With the referee concentrating on Chavo, out of nowhere came FINLAY who hit Ric Flair with the Shillelagh over the head before leaving through the crowd. Chavo then took advantage and made the cover, as a confused referee made the three count to give Chavo the victory.

Winner: Chavo Guerrero in 6:12


Post match sees Chavo Guerrero celebrate a victory over his rival Ric Flair, who eventually recovers and tells the referee what happened as we go to a commercial break.

Commercial Break


Match 5
Singles Match
Stevie Richards v William Regal with Drew McIntyre and Paul Burchill


Stevie Richards who has produced a number of upset victories in recent weeks over the likes of Chris Masters and Chavo Guerrero, looked very good in to adding another name onto that list as he put on a very strong effort against the leader of the UKConnection. Richards came close to victory on several occasions, coming closest to victory with a Double Underhook Implant DDT only for William Regal to kick out of two. The ending came when Richards set Regal up for the Superkick when Paul Burchill distracted Richards from the outside for a few seconds. And those few seconds proved enough as Regal got to his feet and tripped Richards to the mat and locked on the Regal Stretch to which there was no way Richards was going to survive.

Winner: William Regal in 5:08


We then go backstage to see Josh Matthews standing by the World Heavyweight Champion Edge. Josh asks Edge if mocking The Undertaker like he did earlier tonight was the smartest thing to do. This infuriates Edge who says he can do whatever the hell he wants to because he is the World Heavyweight Champion. He says that Undertaker’s fellow minions and freaks in the crowd might thing it wasn’t the smartest thing to do, but the Undertaker is about smart and has more personality as a block of Cucumber. He says he did what he did tonight to prove that he is not afraid of The Undertaker. And that at Survivor Series he is going to end the legacy of The Undertaker.

Edge’s interview is then cut off as Edge goes to speak about his match tonight, as backstage Marcus Cor Von and Elijah Burke are ambushing Matt Hardy just moments ahead of the upcoming Tag Team Title match. Cor Von and Burke go after the knee of Matt Hardy, with Cor Von smashing a brick over the knee of Matt Hardy. Burke and Cor Von then laugh at the damage they have caused and walk away as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial, the new Tag Team Champions Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von head down to the ring in a good mood after what they did before the commercial. Matt Hardy’s music then hits but no one comes out. Moments later MVP’s music hits and he comes out with Matt Hardy, with MVP helping a hobbling Matt Hardy to the ring. They stop near the top of the ramp and MVP points to Burke and Cor Von, BEFORE TAKING HARDY DOWN WITH A CHOP BLOCK! Huge heat is given as MVP gives the signal to the New Breed to come down the ramp, as he lifts up Matt Hardy and drops him with the Playmaker on the Steel Ramp. Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von then join MVP in attacking Matt Hardy, as the three men stomp away at Matt Hardy. Marcus Cor Von then brings a Steel Chair into the scene and places it on the injured knee of Matt Hardy, before MVP drops a stomp sandwiching Hardy’s knee in the Steel Chair. MVP then locks a Figure 4 Leg Lock onto Matt Hardy at the top of the ramp, as Burke and Cor Von take out referees and road agents trying to intervene. The brutal attack then ends with MVP and Burke holding Matt Hardy back for Marcus Cor Von, WHO POUNCES MATT HARDY OFF THE RAMP THROUGH SEVERAL TABLES! MVP, Burke and Cor Von then grab each other’s arm and hold them aloft in the air with MVP seemingly joined forces with Burke and Cor Von. We then rush off to another commercial as paramedics rush towards Matt Hardy.

Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial we see what happened during with paramedics putting on a neck brace onto Matt Hardy and putting him onto a stretcher, taking him out of the arena.

Match 6
Singles Match
Edge v Kane


Main Event time as Edge takes on the brother of the man that he has to face at Survivor Series for the World Heavyweight Title. In the early stages Kane gives Edge a taster of what could happen at Survivor Series, as Kane dominates Edge going through his arsenal of moves on Edge. Kane looked like he had the match won early on as he set Edge up for the Chokeslam, but in mid air Edge raked the eyes of Kane and then dropped him with the Edgecution. Edge then wrestled a smart game working over the leg of Kane, looking to keep the big man grounded on the floor. Edge looked to finish off the match, the same way he beat Rey Mysterio at No Mercy by locking on the Edgecator. But Kane has much more power than Mysterio, and was able to use the strength in his legs to reach the ropes. Kane was then able to fight back into the match after Edge missed a Spear, and Kane started taking down Edge with Clotheslines and Big Boots. Kane hit the diving Clothesline and went for the Chokeslam, but Edge once again avoided it with a kick to the gut and connected with the Spear. Edge went to make the cover, but suddenly the lights turned off and a Gong played over the speakers.

Edge then looked up to the Titantron where he could see a mannequin version of himself attached onto a cross. Then suddenly a lightning bolt hit the cross and the mannequin Edge set on fire. This was able to distract and disturb Edge long enough for Kane to recover to his feet, and Kane hit Edge with a big Chokeslam. Kane then made the cover and took the victory.


Winner: Kane in 10:02


After the match Kane celebrated his second big victory of the week, as Edge recovered to his feet looking upset and shocked about what just happened. A frustrated Edge then took a mic and told The Undertaker to stop playing his stupid little games, and come out and fight him man to man. There was no sign of Taker, so Edge called Taker a coward and says he is too scared of threatening him to his face. But as the quote goes, ask and you shall receive as the lights turn off, and when they come back on about twenty seconds later, The Undertaker is standing over Edge who is out cold. The show then comes to a close with Undertaker staring at Edge’s World Heavyweight Title.

END OF SHOW


Smackdown Results
Sabu and Tommy Dreamer beat Kenny Dykstra and Chris Masters in 7:42
Kid Kash beat Jamie Noble in 8:09 to go 2-0 up on Noble in the best of 7 series
Rey Mysterio beats Finlay via DQ in 7:24
Chavo Guerrero beats Ric Flair in 6:12
William Regal beats Stevie Richards in 5:08
Kane beats Edge in 10:02


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WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Edge © v The Undertaker

WWE CHAMPIONSHIP
Chris Jericho v Randy Orton ©

8 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match
Batista (?), Kane, Rey Mysterio and Ric Flair v Chavo Guerrero, Elijah Burke, Finlay and Marcus Cor Von
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Batista quitting, wow man! I didn’t expect that. I guess he is going to Raw as I can’t see you not using him after you built him up so well in recent weeks. That’s definitely one to follow

The Cutting Edge was funny, very funny with the midget responding to every question by saying rest in peace and then copying The Undertaker. I like that Edge is acting all cocky about it so early as he’s going to go downhill. I was shocked that Kane came out to fight his brother’s cause. I assume that Kane will face Edge later on as there is no real other explanation as to why the lights didn’t go out and we didn’t get a response from the dead man himself

A very entertaining match, loving the Sabu botch! I like the incorporation of that in to the thread, and the use of the Singapore cane was a good idea to give Masters and Dykstra some credit at least. I guess you’re building up to a feud with The New Breed and a former all ECW feud

I like that you’re carrying on with the Batista angle, as that indicates something will happen. If Flair can’t get through to him, I don’t know what will bring him back, if he does come back that is. I really liked the line with Flair saying everyone should listen to him after the slap, that really got the tension brewing. I love Noble’s promos and I liked the angle you went down with him pretending that the first match didn’t take place. He does have his back against the wall for sure with the five defeats in a row, you seem to be stacking the odds against him

I’m amazed that Kash would be able to kick out of the double knee gut buster, I assume there was some kind of delay from a tired Noble? I hate seeing big moves being no sold. Kash winning again comes as no surprise and the sunset flip is a good way to piss Noble off so that we can see a reaction. Why can I see a 4-3 Noble from being 3-0 down?

Rey’s interview was nice and very typically honest of Rey, saying he will be climbing back up the ladder. It’s a good portrayal for sure and I like that you’re taking this route with him. A second consecutive match with an interview before it! I’m not a fan of that, PPV’s more so, but here the break cuts it up I guess and it hypes the match just before I guess. I liked the action for sure and you had them both work each other realistically and especially Finlay as he took advantage of the bad knee. I love a feud between these two and they are so different and it brings out something different in Rey

I love the way you’re dragging out the Matt/MVP feud by having MVP clutch on to every last straw before he’s forced to defend the US Championship. You’re making MVP out to be very cowardly, maybe a little too much, but I think it’s working great for the feud in the long haul

Teddy/Flair promo was pretty good too. The last line was said just before the match announcement already, but that’s no biggy as I see that Flair is going to be paramount in bringing Batista back, although I think Batista is way too big for that elimination match

Chavo/Flair was a good match and the build up has been brilliant. Again one of the participants, Flair was involved in a promo right before the break, something I think has happened a lot tonight. I guess the focus on the Batista situation was going to get in the way of his match here. I was amazed that Flair came down and attacked Flair. It worked well for Chavo, but I assume that Finlay was attacking Flair based on the Survivor Series match, I just think that it takes away what happened with Rey earlier on. I do see though that you will interlink all the feuds as they’re all involved in the same match at the Survivor Series, which does make sense

Regal winning was always expected with his push as of late, that’s despite Stevie picking up the wins. It worked well in the sense that Stevie looked stronger than a jobber after the recent wins to make Regal look stronger too for the win

Edge’s interview was pretty good but there were a few grammar mistakes that I didn’t quite understand to be honest. The arrogant approach is great and the quote about him doing anything he likes because he is the World Champion was cool. The ambush backstage was a surprise, and the brick was random since I think stomping the knee would have the same effect. Was MVP behind it?

No real surprise was it really? I like that MVP tried to be so convincing by helping Matt hobble out. We kind of knew straight away what was coming, I just had no idea that it would be so severe with the pounce off the stage after chair shots too. I don’t see how Matt will be able to compete at the Survivor Series after the repeated damage to his knee, but it sure as hell makes Burke & Cor Von stand out for sure

Edge and Kane was a decent match, and I had no idea how it was going to end. The distraction was probably the best way to go and it was a bit over the top perhaps with Edge 2 being attached to a cross. I’m not sure they could get away with that in real life. It’s fine here I guess and it was enough to make Edge realise he’s in trouble as he loses the match. I just think that Edge should have waited until next week as this was a great end to the show and the call out would be a great way to start things next week. I also think the crowd would be pissed to see Edge out cold having not seen The Undertaker attack him, and surely they’d hear it!

Good show man as usual, liking the Batista angle for sure!

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WWE Raw
Birmingham England
22nd October 2007


*Opening Video and Pyro*


We then go to ringside where JR and King welcome us to the show, and they go to run down tonight’s show when “No Chance In Hell” hits, and the Corporation consisting of Vince McMahon, Jonathon Coachman, Ken Kennedy and WWE Champion Randy Orton make their way down to the ring to some huge heat. Vince McMahon starts off the show by introducing the newest addition and bodyguard to the Corporation…UMAGA! This leads to Umaga coming down to the ring with his manager Armando Estrada, who shakes hands with the Corporation members while Umaga stares a hole through Kennedy and Orton. Vince then announces that because General Manager Steve Austin put his hands on a WWE wrestler last week, this week he is suspended and that Vince McMahon will be the General Manager for the night. Vince McMahon then uses his power by making two huge matches. The first sees John Cena facing Umaga in where John Cena’s right arm is tied behind his back. Vince McMahon then says that he wants to punish his bastard son Chris Jericho tonight, to which Ken Kennedy says that he wants a piece of Jericho tonight. Vince then makes the match as Chris Jericho takes on Ken Kennedy, John Morrison and Kevin Thorn in a 3 v 1 handicap match. This pleases Kennedy who gives a friendly tap to the back of Umaga, who doesn’t take it so well and goes to attack Umaga only for Estrada to block him off. Randy Orton then takes the mic and he goes to speak when “Here Comes the Money” cuts him off and Shane McMahon steps on the stage with a mic. Shane says he has been watching from the back and he is sick and tired of Vince abusing his power. Shane says that however since Vince is making matches, he wants one. Vince looks on surprised before asking who to which Shane responds YOU! Shane challenges his father to a No Holds Barred Match. Before Vince can answer Randy Orton cuts in and shouts at Shane for cutting him off. Orton says that if Shane wants a No Holds Barred Match, he is going to have to face Randy Orton. Shane accepts and says that even though their match is later, he wants a piece of Randy Orton now. Shane then explodes to the ring, but is predictably out numbered by the Corporation members. This is until John Cena and Chris Jericho run down to make the save to which the Corporation flee the ring.

Commercial Break


Match 1
Tag Team Match
Redneck Wrecking Crew v The Hooligans


Birmingham England is treated to one of the best Tag Team matches in recent times, with a very fast paced back and forth contest with numerous near falls making for a very good match. Halfway into the match Paul London took a very big bump after missing a Suicide dive to the outside, when Murdoch saved his team-mate Lance Cade by pushing him out of the way and London crashed head first onto the floor on the outside. This effectively made it a Handicap match for a few minutes, but despite the predicament Brian Kendrick took it to both Cade and Murdoch. Brian Kendrick would of even took the victory after hitting the Sliced Bread onto Trevor Murdoch, only for Lance Cade to make the save. But the same could have been said when Cade hit the Sitout Spinebuster onto Kendrick, but London got back into the ring and made the save. Mayhem then let loose in the last few moments with Brian Kendrick being tossed to the outside while attempting the Sliced Bread onto Cade, and then Cade makes the save for Murdoch shoving London off the top rope while attempting to go for a Shooting Star Press. Murdoch then finished London off with his sloppy version off the Canadian Destroyer for the victory.

Winners: The Redneck Wrecking Crew in 9:21


Post match saw Cade and Murdoch take the tag team titles, which were in London and Kendrick’s possession (Even though they belong to the World’s Greatest Tag Team). Then the Worlds Greatest Tag Team come down to the ring and thank them for beating Londrick by hugging them. They then ask for Cade and Murdoch to hand over the belts back to them. Cade and Murdoch look at the belts and think about it before putting the belts out in front of them. But when Benjamin and Haas go to take them, Cade and Murdoch strike them over the skulls with the belts. Cade and Murdoch then leave with the Worlds Greatest Tag Team’s Tag Team Championships, much like Cryme Time and The Hooligans have in recent weeks. Benjamin and Haas are livid as they reach their feet as they have gone another week without their Championships as we go backstage.

We go backstage to see RVD doing the splits warming up for his match later tonight when Ken Kennedy walks into the scene. Kennedy looks at RVD and laughs asking him what the hell he is doing, RVD goes to answer when Ken Kennedy cuts him off and saying he didn’t want to know that bad. Ken Kennedy then says that RVD might look impressive beating a non wrestler like Jonathon Coachman to an inch of his life last week, but in reality RVD is a nobody anymore. Ken Kennedy says that beating Jonathon Coachman will be as high as he can get today, bar being on the road with Sabu. Ken Kennedy laughs at his own joke with some members of the crowd, as RVD looks down at the floor and smirks, before getting onto his feet and gets into Ken Kennedy’s face. A pissed off RVD asks Kennedy to repeat what he just said, to which Kennedy mocks RVD by imitating RVD’s surfer style attitude. This infuriates RVD some more and he asks Kennedy to repeat his phrase again, and Ken Kennedy goes to respond only for RVD to knock Ken Kennedy to the floor with a big hard right hand. RVD then tells Kennedy that RVD 4:20 just smoked his ass before heading off as Kennedy holds onto his cheek shocked at what just went down.

We then see a video graphic announcing that Mickie James will return next week after being viciously attacked by Umaga back in August. After that we go backstage to see Womens Champion Beth Phoenix who watched the announcement on the television, and she smirks as we go to a commercial break.


Commercial Break


Match 2
Singles Match
Matt Stryker v Rob Van Dam


Matt Stryker puts on a decent performance against Rob Van Dam, but it was a match that RVD dominated continuing to show his physical side of late. The only offence Matt Stryker really got in came after RVD went to hit Stryker with a Steel Chair, only for the referee to snatch the chair of RVD and Stryker took advantage with an unsighted low blow. After a short period of offence, RVD came back into the match after an Enzuigiri out of nowhere. RVD then gained momentum going through his moveset, finishing Stryker off with a Five Star Frog Splash.

Winner: RVD in 5:07


RVD has no time to celebrate his easy victory however as immediately after the match Ken Kennedy attacks him from behind. Kennedy drops RVD with the Mic Check, before taking him to the top rope and hitting the Green Bay Plunge. Ken Kennedy then leaves the ring to big heat. Ken Kennedy looks on from the ramp with a big smile on his face, as RVD slowly recovers looking down the ramp at Kennedy looking very angry.

We then go backstage to see Chris Jericho warming up for his match later tonight when John Cena walks into the scene. Jericho immediately stops warming up and gets into John Cena’s face and the two men lock eyes. Cena tells Y2J to calm down and says he doesn’t want any trouble. Cena says even though he wasn’t happy at first, he would like to congratulate Chris Jericho on winning the chance to get a title shot at Randy Orton and says that he is sure that Chris Jericho will kick Randy Orton’s ass at Survivor Series and become WWE Champion. Cena then however says that Chris Jericho’s reign will be about as successful as his music career, because John Cena will make sure he gets the first title shot and will make sure that he once again becomes WWE Champion. Cena then goes friendly again and says that he will have Jericho’s back tonight in his three on one handicap match and his match at Survivor Series where the Corporation will most likely get involved and help Randy Orton. Jericho thanks Cena for his offer but says that Cena has a match with Umaga next where his arm is tied behind his back and the most likely outcome is that Umaga will make John Cena suffer as bad as everybody who brought John Cena’s rap album. Chris Jericho says that tonight he is going to prove why he is the Ayatollah of RocknRola, and why he is going to become the next WWE Champion by giving three assclowns a beating that will make them never ever feel the same again.


Commercial Break


Match 3
Singles Match (John Cena’s right arm tied behind his back)
John Cena v Umaga with Armando Alejandro Estrada


Despite the huge odds put against Cena, straight from the get go John Cena takes it to Umaga spearing him between the middle ropes to the outside. John Cena then started pounding away at Umaga and went to whip him into the Steel Steps, only for Umaga to counter and send Cena shoulder first into the steel steps. Umaga then started to go through his moveset on John Cena inside the ring, dominating the former WWE Champion after catching him off the ropes with a spinning side slam. Cena continued to show resiliency however kicking out of a top rope Bodysplash by Umaga, before dodging the Samoan Wrecking Ball in the corner a few moments later. John Cena then started to pick up momentum going through his traditional finishing sequence hitting a clothesline, shoulder block takedown, throwback followed by the five knuckle shuffle. Cena then went for the F-U but he couldn’t get Umaga onto his shoulders, but moments later he locked on a one armed STF-U onto Umaga. Umaga looked to be in real trouble until RANDY ORTON CAME OUT OF NOWHERE HITTING THE PUNT KICK TO JOHN CENA forcing the referee to call for the bell.

Winner: John Cena via DQ in 5:32


After the match Corporation members Randy Orton and Umaga start beating down a defenceless John Cena with Estrada shouting orders at Umaga. Randy Orton held John Cena back allowing Umaga to hit Cena with the Samoan Spike. Randy Orton then sized his adversary for the RKO when “Time to Play the Game” hits and a bandaged Triple H comes down to the ring with a Sledgehammer in hand. Orton and Umaga wait for Triple H to get in the ring and it looks like they will have the advantage until suddenly Randy Orton rolls out of the ring. Umaga turns his back on Triple H and shouts in Samoan at Randy Orton, only to turn around into Triple H who tackles Umaga to the floor and starts pounding away at Umaga wanting revenge for the beat down Umaga delivered to Triple H at No Mercy. Triple H then smashes the Sledgehammer over the skull of Umaga, and drops him with a Pedigree. Randy Orton looks at what happened to his fellow Corporation member as Triple H looks down at a bloodied Umaga and says that is what happens when you play the game.

We then go backstage to see Todd Grisham standing with Hardcore Holly. Grisham shows Holly footage of Cody turning on Holly two weeks ago on Raw, and then goes to ask him a question before Holly cuts him off by telling Cody to listen up. Holly warns Cody that no rookie screws around with Hardcore Holly and gets away without getting there ass handed to them. Holly tells Cody that he chose the wrong guy to mess with to make an impact. Holly finished off by saying he couldn’t care less what his last name is and who his dad is because tonight he is going to beat some respect into Cody Rhodes.


Commercial Break


When we return from commercial we see Hardcore Holly waiting in the ring for his opponent when Cody Rhodes appears on the Titantron sitting on a bench in Washington with the Whitehouse clearly in the background. Cody Rhodes apologises to Hardcore Holly because he would of loved to of punked Hardcore Holly out one more time, but there was no way that this match would happen in England. Cody then does the traditional country insult that the WWE is in to gain heat, mocking the English Football Team (Or Soccer for you yanks) for not being able to qualify for Euro 2008. Cody tells Hardcore not to worry however as he has picked a replacement for tonight. Then moments later Snitsky makes his way down to the ring

Match 4
Singles Match
Hardcore Holly v Snitsky


Holly and Snitsky put on a total stinker of a match, but please tell me you weren’t expecting a 5 star classic? Hardcore Holly looked very good in the early going nearly taking the victory after a big dropkick, but the tide of the match turned when Snitsky caught Holly off the ropes with a big boot which nearly took Holly’s head off his shoulders. Snitsky then worked over the ribs of Hardcore Holly, getting Holly into a Bearhug, which seemed to be on forever. But Holly eventually broke the hold and started fighting back at Snitsky. After several close falls, Holly took the victory after Holly showed a lot of strength hitting the Alabama Slammer to Snitsky to take the three count.

Winner: Hardcore Holly in 5:25


After the match Hardcore celebrates his physical victory over Snitsky when from the crowd comes CODY RHODES who takes Hardcore down with a clothesline from behind. Cody then starts stomping away at Hardcore on the mat, before going to the outside and grabbing a Steel Chair. Cody places the chair on the floor and hits a second rope hanging DDT to Hardcore face first on the Steel Chair. Cody then celebrates his attack on Hardcore as we go backstage

We then go backstage to see Vince McMahon talking to Ken Kennedy and Randy Orton, with Vince telling Orton to get the job done on Chris Jericho. Randy Orton cuts in and asks Vince if they want to talk about the plan now, but a bandaged Umaga and Alejandro Estrada quickly interrupt them and Umaga goes to attack Orton who grabs Jonathon Coachman and uses him as a shield. Vince tells Umaga to back off to which Umaga shouts out something in Samoan. Estrada asks Orton why he left Umaga high and dry with Triple H like that, to which Orton says he couldn’t risk himself when he has a No Holds Barred match tonight. Vince tries to calm Umaga down by saying that next week he can get revenge on Triple H, but for now the Corporation need to work as a unit. He says that they have successfully taken out John Cena, but now they need to do the same thing to Chris Jericho and his son Shane. He then tells Orton and Umaga to shake hands and they walk off in different directions. Vince then goes back to talking to Kennedy and says that he and Coach will accompany Kennedy to the ring so they can witness Chris Jericho get taught a lesson as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


Match 5
3 v 1 Handicap Match
John Morrison(W/Melina), Ken Kennedy(W/Vince McMahon and Jonathon Coachman) and Kevin Thorn(W/Ariel) v Chris Jericho


Just like earlier tonight with John Cena, despite the huge odds against Chris Jericho he took it to all three of his opponents straight from the get go. Jericho took all three men to the outside, before catapulting himself ontop of them all on the outside. Chris Jericho looked to finish the match off as early as he could when he went for the Liansault on Kennedy, but when he jumped onto the middle rope Kevin Thorn took him inside out with a Clothesline. Thorn, Morrison and Kennedy wrestled an effective game taking turns to put a beating on Chris Jericho using very quick tags. But late on in the match Chris Jericho slid off Kevin Thorn who attempted a Crucifix Powerbomb and got himself back into the match with an enzuigiri. Jericho then started to clean house taking all out three of his opponents with clotheslines, dropkicks and spinning wheel kicks. Chris Jericho then looked to have the match won after hitting the Codebreaker, but Vince pulled the referee to the outside and knocked him out with a hard right hand. This distracted Chris Jericho who was then ambushed by Kennedy, Morrison and Thorn until CM PUNK AND RVD MADE THE SAVE! But the heels regained the advantage moments later when Intercontinental Champion CARLITO and UMAGA came out which gave the Heels a 5 on 3 advantage. Umaga looked to hit Jericho with the Samoan Spike when JOHN CENA and TRIPLE H STARTED SPRINTING DOWN TO THE RING! Mayhem let loose as a ten-man brawl ensued in the ring, which then became 8 as Triple H and Umaga fought through the crowd. Eventually Chris Jericho was left in the ring alone with John Morrison, and Jericho locked on the Walls of Jericho onto Morrison. On the outside Vince McMahon grabbed a chair and brought it into the ring. Vince went to hit Jericho with it from behind when…

“Glass Shatters”


The Birmingham crowd jumped to their feet as Stone Cold made his way to the ring with a referee’s T-Shirt on. Stone Cold got into the ring and looked to go after Vince when Jonathon Coachman hit Austin with a forearm from behind. Vince scurried out of the ring as Coachman received yet another beating getting a Stone Cold Stunner. Stone Cold then saw John Morrison tapping out to the Walls of Jericho and called for the bell giving Jericho the win.

Winner: Chris Jericho in 8:04


After the match Chris Jericho celebrated his victory as Vince McMahon kicked the ring apron in frustration and shouted “DAMN YOU AUSTIN, DAMN YOU JERICHO”. Stone Cold then grabbed a mic and said that nobody can suspend Stone Cold Steve Austin and says that because of Vince making Austin miss his flight Vince is going to get his ass kicked. Austin says that there are bigger issues to deal with however and that is that at Survivor Series there is going to be a ten man elimination tag team match. Austin announces that Umaga will captain a team consisting of Ken Kennedy, Intercontinental Champion Carlito, John Morrison and Kevin Thorn to take on a team captained by Triple H, which also includes John Cena, CM Punk, Rob Van Dam and Jeff Hardy. Austin also announces a match for next week’s Raw which sees Chris Jericho takes on Ken Kennedy, where if Jericho wins he gets 5 minutes in the ring alone with Vince McMahon. Austin then finally announces that if any Corporation member interferes in tonight’s main event they will be fired. Austin tells Vince that’s what happens when you screw with the General Manager of Raw and that’s the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so. We then go backstage as Vince looks on at Chris Jericho in worry, as Jericho smiles as he knows he could get his hands on his father next week.

We then go backstage to see Todd Grisham now standing by Shane McMahon who are both watching the monitor. Todd briefly comments on the carnage we just saw before asking Shane what was his intention on challenging the WWE Champion to a No Holds Barred Match when there is not a very high chance that he will win. Shane tells Josh that he is right and there is not much chance that a non wrestler is going to go out and beat the WWE Champion, but says who said anything about winning. Shane says that he couldn’t care less if he wins or he loses, all that matters to him is that he tears Randy Orton apart. Shane says that somebody needed to stand up to his dad and the Corporation, and he is going to be the man to do just that. He says he is sick of his dad abusing his power making matches to weaken members of the Raw roster who he doesn’t like. Shane says that one day the Corporation is going to be taken out, and that he might not be the man to do it but tonight he is going to take Randy Orton to hell with him. Shane then picks up a Kendo Stick off the floor and walks away as we go to a commercial break with the No Holds Barred Match next.


Commercial Break


Survivor Series Commercial


Match 6
No Holds Barred Match-Non Title
WWE Champion Randy Orton v Shane McMahon


After being treated to the HBK v John Cena classic earlier on in the year, they are treated to another great match as Randy Orton and Shane McMahon put on one of the best Raw Main Events of the year. Straight from the get go things got early when Shane attacked Orton during his entrance with the Kendo Stick. After whipping Orton into the steel steps, both men fought into the crowd which saw Randy Orton bust Shane McMahon open after hitting him with a Steel Chair. This was where Shane’s momentum came to a crashing halt as Orton picked up near fall after near fall with Orton working over the head of Shane McMahon. The closest Orton came to victory in the early going was when he hit a hanging DDT from the barricade on the outside dropping Shane head first onto the concrete, with Shane kicking out just before 3. Shane looked to be out of the match and Orton decided to go and finish off Shane by going for the Punt to the head, but somehow Shane countered it by tripping Orton face first onto the steel steps. Shane then showed off a lot of aggression throwing constant hard right hands to Orton on the ground for nearly half a minute before taking Orton’s head off with a Baseball Bat shot to the skull. Shane came ever so close to victory about 12 minutes into the match after dropping Orton head first on the Steel Ramp with a Piledriver only for Orton to kick out at 2 somehow. Shane moments later went to end the match as he set Orton up for the Van Terminator, but at the last gasp second Randy Orton rolled out of the way and Shane crashed into the trash can. Orton then looked for the RKO, but CHRIS JERICHO sped down to the ring. Jericho and Orton went at it tooth and nail exchanging hard right hands before Orton kicked Jericho in the mid section and went for the RKO, but Jericho countered it by tossing a mid air Orton over the top rope. Jericho then stripped the Announce Table off it’s monitors and placed Orton on the table. Jericho then climbed AND LOCKED ON THE WALLS OF JERICHO TO ORTON ON THE ANNOUNCE TABLE! After nearly a minute of the move locked on, referee’s came down to pull Jericho off Orton and take him to the back. Meanwhile Shane McMahon climbed up to the top rope, AND DROVE ORTON THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE WITH A DIVING ELBOW DROP! A lifeless Shane McMahon placed his arm over the chest of Orton and picked up the mother of shocks getting a victory over the WWE Champion!

Winner: Shane McMahon in 16:43


After the match Shane is helped to his feet by the referee, and even though he is the winner it doesn’t look like he even realises it. Corporation members Vince McMahon, Jonathon Coachman and Ken Kennedy then flood down to the ring to help out the WWE Champion who is holding onto his leg and screaming in agony. The Corporation members try to help Orton to his feet, but he cannot stand on his own weight. We then hear a concerned Randy Orton say he can’t move it as Vince yells out for paramedics. Paramedics come down with a stretcher and place a badly hurt Randy Orton onto the stretcher as even JR has a voice of concern for Orton realising Orton has suffered a bad injury. Raw then comes to a close as Orton is stretchered away backstage.

END OF SHOW


Raw Results
The Redneck Wrecking Crew beat London and Kendrick in 9:21
RVD beats Matt Stryker in 5:07
John Cena beats Umaga via DQ in 5:32 where one of Cena’s arms was tied behind his back
Hardcore Holly beats Gene Snitsky in 5:25
Chris Jericho beats John Morrison, Ken Kennedy and Kevin Thorn in 8:04
Shane McMahon beats Randy Orton in a No Holds Barred Match in 16:43


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WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
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WWE CHAMPIONSHIP
Chris Jericho v Randy Orton ©

10 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match
Carlito, John Morrison, Ken Kennedy, Kevin Thorn and Umaga v CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, John Cena, Rob Van Dam and Triple H

8 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match
Batista (?), Kane, Rey Mysterio and Ric Flair v Chavo Guerrero, Elijah Burke, Finlay and Marcus Cor Von
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Nice promo to start the show with Vince throwing his weight around well after suspending Austin. It shows how well thought your shows are having Vince take full advantage with Austin’s actions last week allowing him to do so. The tension between Umaga and Kennedy was funny for sure, this could work out to be very interesting indeed as you don’t see him as a team player at all. Shane coming down was a surprise but I am digging what a big match that should be because Kennedy teaming with Morrison & Thorn doesn’t have much appeal

This whole tag team title situation is brilliant and so creative, something which is a trademark in this thread. The Rednecks winning was a little surprise for me, and I loved the way they cleaned house to do so, although it means Londrick have to lose. The champs coming for their titles was always going to happen, but it was funny that you continued the trend with The Rednecks knocking them out with the gold and then doing a runner with them, brilliant stuff!

Kennedy’s promo with RVD I think would come off very well for sure. His arrogance was in such force until it came to bite him in the ass. It also gives RVD a chance to shine too as he was always at his best when he wouldn’t take any shit, so it’s great to see him back in that manner. A feud with Kennedy would be awesome, and I don’t recall seeing it yet in BTB

Mickie returning at last is great. Nice little play with Beth watching on, I wonder what that means!!!

RVD using a chair in a basic squash match on Raw? I’m not sure he needed to do that, even though Striker countered it. An RVD win was always obvious and necessary with his opponent being Striker. The attack from Kennedy was also vitally important to show that Kennedy wasn’t going to take that attack either and even the score. I see RVD coming to Jericho’s aid and joining the fight against The Corporation

Cena/Jericho promo was great as ever, and this was possibly their best one. This was Cena at his typical best, being very genuine and also being very serious about what he wants, with Jericho responding very well indeed. The tension is good, and it makes you think that a swerve may be coming, but I doubt it

With Cena having one arm tied behind his back, I expected him to go down fighting in all honesty as it gave you an excuse to have him lose the match. Having him dominate Umaga in the later stages really made Umaga’s monster gimmick look very insignificant on a night where he had to impress now that he joined The Corporation. I don’t see why you went down that route as Triple H’s return could have just as easily have come with an attack after Umaga won. Great that The Game is back, this is all getting to be manic now which is cool

Holly’s interview is exactly what you would expect from him after what happened with Cody. He gave the right response and I have no idea how their match will go with Cody still being a rookie. Oh Cody’s not here is he not? Didn’t you do a similar angle with Punk & Carlito recently, or was that someone else? It was so obvious based on that to guess that Cody would appear at some point and attack Holly. The Euro 2008 insult would have been at a great time with I believe it being in October that we got raped by Croatia at Wembley, good timing! How long you been waiting to say that? It was a great attack from Cody, getting him some real heat after Holly picked up an impressive victory, giving the feud a bit more to it now that we’ve seen Holly being more than a jobber as he was able to beat a monster like Shitsky!

The Corporation kick off that I was expecting after Orton left Umaga earlier on. I see that you’re trying to create tension from within with Umaga being there, but he still could have beaten Cena with Orton’s help, still resulting in Orton high tailing it and leaving Umaga high and dry. I do sense that all won’t go well with RVD coming for Kennedy in the handicap match

Oh it’s here already! Wow, chaos isn’t the word for this one. Just like the match with Cena and Umaga earlier, Jericho looked way too strong with the stipulation working against him. Vince coming to the rescue to save the pin was fine, but I didn’t see why Punk & Carlito came out until Austin made the shock appearance. I think having Punk & Carlito come out was too forced and only done for the sake of the announcement of the elimination match at the Survivor Series, and not having much storyline purpose as it just seemed like because their names were mentioned, they had to be there. The stipulation for next week with Jericho and possibly getting his hands on Vince is also very creative so well done my man! I just wonder how The Corporation will get out of it because it just won’t happen

The main event was just as chaotic as everything else all night, but I got to the point that I was a bit fed up with all the interference tonight. It was great to give Shane the chance to do the insane spot and have Jericho cost Orton the match, I just feel that the whole angle has taken away a lot from other angles tonight as most of the show has been all about this with a few exceptions. Orton being carried away will lead to a few options next week, but it’s getting a bit too over the top. It may just be this show, but the constant interference and taking up most of the show was a little frustrating here. I see it being a one off though as some times you need a week like this when you have such an angle
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