WWE: Turning The Corner - Page 11 - Wrestling Forum : WWE, TNA, Debate League, Wrestling Videos, Women of Wrestling Forums
 
LinkBack Thread Tools
post #101 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-10-2008, 03:44 PM
Mr Money In The Bank.
 
Jamie1™'s Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Glasgow
Posts: 3,985
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
                     
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

Kane01 I have seen and read this thread many of times and always mean to drop you in a review but always some how forget so I remembered tonight and that’s what I am doing.

Anyway. The opening segment seemed good. Mr McMahon opening the show always makes for a good show IMO. It seems he suspended Stone Cold or something last week according to Nige. Not sure what’s happening there. I liked how you made Mc Mahon use his power as the boss basically. The matches he has made seem good. Unlucky for Chris Jericho TBH. Umaga the bodyguard is a good idea. He’s sort of been used in that role before with McMahon

The opening match seemed good and as you explained it fast paced and back and forth contest. That doesn’t surprise me with these two tag teams. Especially the Hooligans being involved. Its also a good way to begin the show as it gets the crowd pumped, interested straight away. I was glad to see the rednecks walk away with the victory as I prefer heel wins TBH. The thing at the end was very interesting . don’t have a clue what’s going on.

The Mr Kennedy and RVD segment was a great read TBH. I think Kennedy was great and you really got his character spot on. A Kennedy, RVD feud is mouth watering stuff IMO and imagine that feud in real life it would be awesome. I liked Kennedy asking RVD something but then not really wanting to know the answer. The bit I wasn’t so sure about, not that I don’t like it or anything. I was just trying to think if RVD is the sort of guy who would punch you in the face and knock you down. If you know what I mean… however I did enjoy when Kennedy was down looking shocked. I could imagine seeing this on Raw or something

Is that how you spell his name. Stryker or have you chose to spell it like that? Anyway. No surprise he jobbed for RVD. Would have been ok but nothing more than a squash. The obvious happened after it with Kennedy coming out and sneak attacking RVD. So we are definitely getting a feud with these two men. Great. I wonder if that will be the end of it for tonight however.

I know some people don’t like superstars appearing in an interview, segment or whatever before there matches but I believe that’s you done it twice now. I am not one who bothers about this as I think it helps build the superstars match that he is about too compete in. At first I read John Cena wins and I was going to say he is superman isn’t he . But I say what happened now. Randy Orton interfering was good and a good way to end the match as it doesn’t make any of the superstars look weak. The aftermath was great TBH. I liked how you let the Samoan Spike be done and then brought Triple H when the RKO was about to be hit. This is better as Orton would have probably had his back too the stage. I also liked how you made both men stay in the ring looking like they were going to man up to Triple H despite having a sledgehammer but then having Orton crap himself out of it. TBH it was just all great and so realistic.

The next segment was a nice filler. Am so glad to see you have also went with splitting Cody and Hardcore up as they need to be.

Another attack after the match right enough. That may be the only bad thing TBH. Maybe to many attacks. Anyway, it does put Cody over as a heel

I loved this segment so I did. Umaga walking right in. Not wanting to talk or anything but just to fight and then Orton once again showing that he isn’t to brave. Coachman face would have been a picture when Orton hid behind him . This once again builds up the match. I don’t expect Umaga to screw Vince or that tonight but I think it may come soon.

There is so much fucking carnage. Unbelievable and I mean that. Another attack. OK I am not going to moan this is great. Some people may say it isn’t to realistic but you have to love it. 10 on 10 would be absolute amazing. Mr McMahon’s words at the end were great. Screw you to both Austin and Jericho. Austin coming back despite being suspended was also awesome and added to this. He will get McMahon soon I bet. Also, the Survivor Series match sounds awesome and next weeks match made by Austin also. I don’t know if Jericho will get his hands on McMahon but you sure hope so. I can see someone other than a member of the cop interfering TBH. Like what Paul White A.K.A. The Big Show done at No Way Out in 1999. This wasn’t even the main-event

This main-event was un fucking believable and you only had one guy interfere, LOL. Shane McMahon is the new WWE Champion. That’s a WOW factor isn’t it? I don’t expect him to hold onto the championship for long though as I see it more as a thing to shock the crowd. It really is great too see though

------------------------------










WATP
Jamie1™ is offline  
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
post #102 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-10-2008, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
Working Dark Matches
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 1,214
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
               
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

^^As good as it would be to see Shane with the title it was only a non title match

Lots of mayhem and interference i know on this show, but don't expect there to be as much interference and things to get calmer in episodes of Raw unless the only matches on the show featured Corporation members lol

Next episode of Smackdown should be up tommorow, and also to let you all know i have already started to write Survivor Series so i can make up for some lost time over the last month or two.
kane01 is offline  
post #103 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-10-2008, 04:02 PM
Mr Money In The Bank.
 
Jamie1™'s Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Glasgow
Posts: 3,985
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
                     
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

. I didn't even notice that . I was sort of wondering why he was in a title match to start with but i was so hyped with him winning it and thought it was an original idea i didn't want to say

------------------------------










WATP
Jamie1™ is offline  
post #104 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-10-2008, 10:20 PM
Nov
Fortune's always hiding.
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Australia
Posts: 2,593
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 1 Post(s)
                     
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

I can not believe it, I had nearly finished a review of Raw when I accidently closed it. I'm super pissed and I just thought i'd let you know that there is no way in hell that I am writing a review for that same show again because I can't stand writing the same thing twice. But don't worry as I will review the Smackdown which you will be posting tomorrow, just send a PM my way when it's up. Thanks.

Nov is offline  
post #105 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-11-2008, 05:31 AM
Banned
 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Posts: 70
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
   
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

yeah i will also review Smackdown in full as i have nothing else to do well i have to wait until August 1 to reopen my thread so yeah i will be looking forward to reading your show
trips15 is offline  
post #106 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-11-2008, 06:45 AM
Jumping Off Roofs
 
JCrosbie87's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Posts: 163
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
   
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

opening scenes: Santino cracks me up: Joanne Cena lol
tease for santino to be partner but didnt seem to come to fruition at the end. austin guna get santino lol


Umaga/Jeff : little surprised jeff gets the win over an impressive umaga coming off a victory over triple h

Santino condemned: i actually thought the film wasnt too bad lol but poor santino...austin doesnt like anyone lol


Coachman v Van Dam : easy squash and coach will only be gettin a bigger headache than before nice little build up for austin/coach feud

Santino has esaped lmao oh my days...let the hunt begin

nice promo between orton and kennedy with possible turn from kennedy and feud with orton

Cryme Time v Worlds Greatest Tag Team: nice match and good momentum throughout match from WGTT but they take their eye off the ball and miss the catch......i thought they had it with the brass knucks......nice little 3 way tag feud could develop ...will look into enjoyin

Codys heel side: i like the heel cody ...much better than the boring hardcore holly sidekick...this guys got penazzz hopefully he wont have to feud with holly and will get a bi push

Santino/taxi: great promo...reminds me of taker taking steph.....austin in the front and beats the crap out of santino and mcmahon just appears on the scene....i wonder what he wants santino to do

Cody Rhodes v Val Venis: oh well after cody sneaks the win to bost his heel status holly turns up...damn it ....cody gets chased and we have cat and mouse number 2 for the evening ....holly puts cody over eventually im hoping

cena beaten: love the fact cenas beaten down and it leads to a different match to the ppv one and a possible different ending...whats the idea


Punk/Carlito: yes carlito rocks ....now thats cool

CM Punk v John Morrison solid match and a fture feud...melina can pull my leg any day lol...well carlito s smarter than em all...now thats cool....nice feud built up and hopefully a nice gimmick match to finally end it

Revealing Shane: nice touch to see shane o mac back in action ads some heat to father-son rivalries


Tag match: good match with lots of twists and turns turning the match into anarchy


nice little melee at the end...5 on 5 anyone

orton/Kennedy/vince/umaga/santino

Austin/Cena/Y2J/Shane/TripleH

in the pipeline i hope

overall great show 8.5/10


could you review my btb please...thanks


http://www.wrestlingforum.com/booker...era-begin.html
JCrosbie87 is offline  
post #107 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-11-2008, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
Working Dark Matches
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 1,214
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
               
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

Thanks for all the comments, all should be returned by the end of the weekend.

WWE Smackdown!
Birmingham England
26th October 2007


*Opening Video and Pyro*


We then go to ringside where Michael Cole and JBL introduce us to the show. They announce after what happened last week Finlay will go one on one with Ric Flair, and MVP will host the VIP Lounge with the two men who helped MVP put Matt Hardy out of action last week Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von.

We start off the show with the World Heavyweight Champion Edge who makes his way down to the ring with a mic in hand. Edge says what happened last week was a travesty; he says that he had Kane beat in the ring when The Undertaker decided to get himself involved and attack Edge from behind like a coward. Edge then shows the footage of Undertaker’s music distracting Edge allowing Kane to get the victory, before Undertaker appears and Tombstone Piledrivers Edge. We then go back to the ring where the English crowd are cheering what they just seen. This angers Edge who starts to insult the English calling them tea sippers, and saying that English is nothing but America’s bitch. Edge then goes back to The Undertaker and surprisingly calls him out telling Undertaker to be a man. But even more surprisingly it’s not The Undertaker who comes out but yet England’s own William Regal. Regal and Edge get into a verbal confrontation over what just Edge said moments ago, which leads to Regal challenging Edge to put his World Heavyweight Title on the line right here right now in a match. Edge tries to back out of the challenge, but Teddy Long comes out and makes the match and tells Edge the match will be now. We then go to a commercial as the crowd pops at the announcement.


Commercial Break


Match 1
World Heavyweight Championship
Edge© v William Regal


Just like WWE Champion Randy Orton endured with Shane McMahon on Raw, World Champion Edge had a harder match than most predicted with many people believing after the match he should not of walked away with the World Heavyweight Title. We saw a very long physical and technical bout between the two men as you would expect in the majority of William Regal matches. Edge made a mistake in trying to wrestle Regal in Regal’s own game, which allowed Regal to get Edge into a number of difficult situations where Edge could of tapped out and lost the title. Edge however showed his technical prowess after Regal hurt his knee after being back body dropped over the top rope. Edge started to work over the knee of Regal. This lead to Edge locking on the Edgeucator to Regal, the same move he beat Rey Mysterio with at No Mercy. But with his home country spurring him on, Regal was able to crawl and grab the ropes. Moments later Regal came ever so close to becoming World Champion after executing the Regal Cutter onto Edge, who barely kicked out before 3. The end of the match saw Edge go for the spear on Regal, only for Regal to move out of the way and for Edge to take down the ref. Regal then tripped Edge down onto the mat and locked on the Regal Stretch AND EDGE TAPS…BUT THERE IS NO REFEREE! Regal is absolutely furious as he should be the World Champion in his home country, and he takes out his frustrations by taking out a pair of Brass Knucks. Regal goes to hit Edge with them, but Edge hits a low blow and then hits the Spear. Fortunately for Edge a second ref comes down as Edge makes the cover, and Edge retains his title.

Winner: Still World Heavyweight Champion Edge in 13:49


After the match Edge escapes the ring immediately and grabs his title and kisses it, knowing he was let off big time tonight. William Regal gets a round of applause from the crowd for his effort, as we go backstage.

We go backstage to see Ric Flair chatting with Rey Mysterio in the locker room, when Kane walks into the scene. Kane asks Flair where Batista is since Flair promised last week he would persuade Batista to come back. Ric Flair says he hasn’t been able to reach Batista yet, but he promises both Kane and Mysterio that he will persuade Batista to come back for their 8-man tag match at Survivor Series. Kane says well if Batista doesn’t show up, he is going to go find Batista and kick his ass along with Ric Flair’s. Ric Flair shouts in Kane’s face showing no fear saying that he has known Batista for many years and made him what he is today, and he knows that Batista will realise he has made a mistake and he promises Kane again that Batista will come back. Flair shouts at Kane to just trust him, to which Kane snarls and tells Flair he better not be screwing around with him, and he walks off out of the room. Flair’s shakes his head and asks Rey if he trusts him, but is left shocked when Rey says he is with Kane on this one. Rey tells Flair that being his friend on Smackdown the last two years, Batista has never went back against his own words and he doubts that Batista will come back. Rey wishes Flair good luck, before walking out of the locker room aswell as we go to another area backstage.

We go to the Interview area backstage where Josh Matthews is standing by Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble. Josh reminds Noble about his best of 7 series for the Cruiserweight Championship, which he is currently 2-0 down on Kid Kash. Matthews asks Noble how he feels as the odds constantly grow against him. Jamie Noble questions Josh Matthew’s belief in Jamie Noble, and says that he has been the underdog his whole career. He says that he has beaten everyone in the WWE roster from Kane, to The Undertaker, to King Kong, to Godzilla (Um..Right). Noble says the only reason Kash is 2-0 up, is that Jamie Noble is a nice guy and thought it would be nice to give that Kid Rock wannabe a head start. Jamie says that Kid Kash can have Pamela Anderson all he wants, because he will never be Cruiserweight Champion. Josh tries to remind Jamie that Pamela is not with Kid Rock anymore, to which Noble asks him if he knows anybody who has her number. Noble tells Josh to screw it before heading off, as we go to a commercial break.


Commercial Break


Match 2
Singles Match
Chavo Guerrero v Kid Kash


After a great opener, we get a short and unspectacular Cruiserweight match to follow it off. It was a match that Kid Kash mostly dominated continuing his form of late, which sees him 2-0 up over Jamie Noble in the best of 7 series. Kash nearly pulled off an upset early on after hitting Chavo with the Deal Level Brain buster, only for Chavo to put his foot on the bottom rope at 2. However Chavo used his experience to roll out of the way as Kash went for the Frog Splash, with Kash blowing out his knee in the process. Chavo saw Kash holding onto his knee and immediately locked on a figure 4-leg lock onto Kash. Despite the pain Kash was under, he showed a lot of heart and resiliency to reach the ropes. However Kash couldn’t keep himself in the match after Chavo connected with a devastating Gory Bomb to pick up the win.

Winner: Chavo Guerrero in 6:07


After the match Chavo celebrates his victory, and he talks trash with some fans at ringside as he makes his way to the back. We then see Kid Kash being helped to the back by two referees holding onto his knee in pain. We then go backstage to see Cruiserweight Champ Jamie Noble watching on a monitor backstage smiling realising Kash is hurt ahead of their third match in the best of 7 series next week.

Commercial Break


When we return from commercial we see MVP making his way down to the ring as the VIP Lounge is set up in the ring. MVP introduces us to this edition of the VIP Lounge and says that this will be a night that no one forgets. MVP brings up stable names like The 4 Horsemen, The N-W-O, Degeneration X, Evolution and The Nation of Domination. MVP says all of those groups had their era’s and tonight is the start of a new one. MVP says that since Birmingham England have no really special moments in their history as Birmingham City and Aston Villa never win trophies, tonight they get the dawning of a new era. Because tonight marks the era of the Playas Club! Then New Breed members and Tag Team Champions Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von make their way down to the ring. MVP does a weird handshake routine with both men before grabbing the mic. MVP says he, Cor Von and Burke will become the most dominating force ever seen in the WWE. MVP then proves this by showing footage of what they did to Matt Hardy last week on Smackdown. MVP says that no longer are we going to see Matt Hardy pumping up the V1 guns, or telling people he will not die. Because last week they killed his career. MVP goes to speak some more when “MacMillitant” hits and GM Teddy Long comes out to interrupt them. Teddy Long apologises to his fellow playas for interrupting them, but he had a bit of doubt when MVP said they would become the most dominating force in the WWE so he made two matches for tonight. He says that next up on Smackdown the WWE Tag Team Champions Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von will take on Kane and Rey Mysterio. And that in tonight’s main event MVP will go one on one for the first time with The Undertaker! Long tells them to holla holla that and goes backstage, as the newly formed Playas Club are left furious in the ring as we go to a commercial.

Commercial Break


Match 3
Tag Team Match-Non Title
Kane and Rey Mysterio v WWE Tag Team Champions The Playas Club with MVP


We get your typical every day Tag Team match here which sees Kane and Mysterio dominate in the early going, before the heels dominate and single out one of their opponents leading to the hot tag. Rey Mysterio and Kane cleaned house in the early going, with Kane tossing Elijah Burke over the top rope onto Cor Von which was followed by Mysterio hitting a suicide plancha onto Burke and Cor Von over the top rope to the outside. Rey Mysterio went to win the match early when he set Burke up for the 619, but MVP from the outside distracted the referee, which allowed Cor Von to come in and “POUNCE POUNCE POUNCE” Rey Mysterio. Mysterio then played the face in the peril as Cor Von and Burke used effective tag team wrestling, quick tagging to keep the freshest man in the ring and kept Mysterio as far away from Kane as possible. That was until Burke missed the Elijah Experience and Rey tagged in Kane. Kane cleaned house on both Burke and Cor Von going through his move set on both men. Kane looked to finish the match by Chokeslamming Burke and Cor Von at the same time, but they fought back and started double teaming on Kane until Rey took Cor Von to the outside of the ring with a Hurricarana. With the referee trying to split things up on the outside, MVP climbed onto the ring apron and tried to distract Kane. Kane went to attack MVP, but MVP pulled a Steel Chain from his tights and clocked Kane over the skull with the Chain. Burke then made the cover as the referee got back into the ring and made the count, and MVP held Kane’s legs down to the mat for extra leverage helping his fellow Playas Club teammates pick up the win.

Winners: The Playas Club in 9:22


After the match a furious Rey Mysterio who saw what happened chases MVP around the ring, but MVP leads him straight into a clothesline from Elijah Burke. Burke, Cor Von and MVP then lay in a beat down on Rey Mysterio and Kane in the ring. Elijah Burke holds back Rey Mysterio allowing MVP to hit Mysterio with multiple Steel Chain shots to the face. Ric Flair makes his way down to the ring to help out his partners at Survivor Series, and he starts to clean house by taking all three members of the Playas Club down with chops to the chest and clotheslines. But the numbers game comes to play once more when Finlay storms down to the ring. Finlay and Flair go at it until Cor Von helps Finlay out, allowing Finlay to hit his opponent later tonight Ric Flair with the Shillelagh. Finlay then hits Kane over the head with the Shillelagh but it doesn’t knock the big man down so he connects with the Celtic Cross. The crowd gives the Playas Club and Finlay huge heat as we go to commercial, with Kane, Mysterio and Ric Flair all down on the mat with no sign of help from Batista.

Commercial Break


*Replay of what went down before commercial*


Match 4
Singles Match
Chris Masters v Tommy Dreamer


Brewing from the match last week where Sabu and Dreamer beat Masters and Dykstra, Chris Masters looked to get revenge as he took on Tommy Dreamer. It was a fairly but unspectacular match, which saw a lot of punches and kicks being thrown about between the two men. Chris Masters in the middle of the match worked over the back of Dreamer, which lead him to attempting to lock on the Masterlock but Dreamer scouted it and elbowed Masters in the face to save himself. Tommy Dreamer came close to victory on several occasions, his closest coming after a Snap DDT to which Masters kicked out just before 3. The ending of the match came when Masters slid off the shoulders of Dreamer who went for the DVD, and Masters locked on the Masterlock onto Tommy Dreamer and gained the submission victory.

Winner: Chris Masters in 5:28


We then go backstage to see the Playas Club backstage talking about what they did to Kane, Rey Mysterio and Ric Flair a few minutes ago. MVP tells them that is how you make a first impact, and he tells them that tonight he is going to beat The Undertaker. Elijah Burke tells MVP that’s right and that he knows that he and Cor Von will be watching MVP’s back, but MVP surprisingly shakes his head. MVP says that he is going to do this himself, because he isn’t the US Champ for nothing and if he beats The Undertaker tonight T.Long will surely give him a title shot. Marcus Cor Von cuts him off and points at two backstage workers who are laughing just a few metres behind them, and tells MVP that they are laughing because they think that you can’t beat The Undertaker. Burke, MVP and Cor Von then approach the two men and ask them for their names, before telling them to not worry because they will call their wives to tell them they are ok. Then suddenly the three Playas Club members attack the two backstage workers. MVP holds one of the men back, as Elijah Burke uses the Steel Chain just like MVP used earlier and repeatedly hits the man with the Chain busting him open. Marcus Cor Von attacks the other man as he lifts him onto his shoulders, and rams him head first into a wall at full speed. Cor Von then grabs propane tank which was lying on the floor, and Cor Von drops it on the arm of the backstage worker. The Playas Club then high five each other after that vicious attack as we can hear one of the men screaming in pain as we go to a commercial.

Commercial Break


Match 5
Singles Match
Finlay v Ric Flair


After what happened earlier in the night where Finlay hit Flair with the Shillelagh, we witnessed a very physical and intense brawl between the two in ring veterans. After some back and forth technical wrestling to start things off, Ric Flair came off the blocks quickest after taking Finlay over the top to the outside. Just 4 minutes into the match things didn’t look so good for Finlay, as Flair locked on the figure 4 leg lock. After nearly a minute of struggling in the hold, Finlay was able to strength his way to the ropes. Finlay then started to take control of the match and came close to victory on several occasions, his closest coming after a bridging Gutwrench Suplex. The pace quickened towards the end of the match with Ric Flair sliding out of an attempted Celtic Cross and Finlay countering another figure 4 leg lock attempt into a roll up to which Flair kicked out just before 3. The ending of the match saw the New Breed run down to the ring and as Elijah Burke distracted the ref, Cor Von attempted to toss a Steel Chain into the hands of Finlay only for Ric Flair to intercept and catch the chain. Ric Flair then blasted Finlay over the skull with the chain, and tossed away the evidence and made the cover to steal the victory.

Winner: Ric Flair in 8:10


After the match Ric Flair scurries out of the ring as The New Breed go to attack him, and Flair escapes down the ramp with a big smile on his face. A furious Marcus Cor Von kicks the turnbuckle in anger at his mistake. Finlay recovers to his feet and he and Cor Von go head to head, with Burke trying to calm things down. We go to commercial with a sense of dissention between one of the teams in the Smackdown Survivor Series Elimination Match.

Commercial Break


When we return from commercial JBL and Michael Cole run down the Survivor Series card. During this run down they make the announcement that WWE Champion Randy Orton has torn his quadriceps and will have to vacate his title on this coming edition of Raw.

Match 6
Singles Match
MVP v The Undertaker


We end the show with a huge main event as MVP takes on The Undertaker in what is the first time they have ever met. With Undertaker wrestling his first match in 12 days since that hellacious Hell in a Cell Match with Batista, we didn’t get to see the best of The Undertaker as it was a match in which MVP had the majority of the offence. Undertaker made a bright start to the match, but when he went for the Old School MVP shook the rope, which caused Undertaker to fall onto his crown jewels. MVP then hit the Playas Boot to Undertaker and made the cover, and Taker barely kicked out. MVP did a good job of working over Undertaker, keeping him down on the mat working over the head of The Undertaker. MVP took a page out of the man who shall not be named as he locked on the Crippler Crossface onto The Undertaker, but Undertaker was able to escape by grabbing the rope. The tide of the match turned when MVP went for the Ballin Elbow, but stopped as The Undertaker sat up. It seemed as though the Undertaker gained a new life, as he got a burst of energy from out of nowhere as he pounded away at MVP in the corner with multiple lefts and rights. The Undertaker went through his moveset on MVP and it looked like Taker was moments away from a win. But when he attempted The Last Ride, EDGE came out of nowhere spearing The Undertaker causing the ref to call for the bell.

Winner: Undertaker via DQ in 12:11


After the match Edge started pounding away at Undertaker, before rolling to the outside and tossing a Steel Chair into the ring. Edge waited for Taker to reach his feet, before blasting the Steel Chair over the skull of The Undertaker. The Undertaker rolled out of the ring, and Edge followed him and he placed Undertaker’s head on top of the Steel Steps. Edge then raised the Steel Chair in the air, and he smashed the chair over the back of The Undertaker’s head sandwiching it between steps and chair. Edge celebrated his actions as we could see clearly that Edge has busted Taker open. Edge then grabs Taker by the hair, and he stuffs his World Title in the face of Taker and tells him he will never take this off him as the show fades to black.

END OF SHOW


Smackdown Results
Edge beats William Regal in 13:49 to retain his World Heavyweight Title
Chavo Guerrero beats Kid Kash in 6:07
The Playas Club beat Kane and Rey Mysterio in 9:22
Chris Masters beats Tommy Dreamer in 5:28
Ric Flair beats Finlay in 8:10
Undertaker beats MVP via DQ in 12:11


Current WWE Survivor Series Card


WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Edge © v The Undertaker

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
kane01 is offline  
post #108 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-11-2008, 07:13 PM
Nov
Fortune's always hiding.
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Australia
Posts: 2,593
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 1 Post(s)
                     
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

I quite liked the Opening Promo. It was pretty short, and not that well detailed, but it was written well and you got me picturing the whole thing. Your good at that. It also still got the story across and I like what went down. The characters were great, and I could definetly see one of the Englishman on the roster coming out. William Regal was good, and the match scheduled to happen right away should be awesome. For the world title? Wow. Also I only just realised that Regal is no longer your General Manager of RAW. Anyway Edge's insults to the English were pretty damn funny, good work my man.


The Edge versus Regal match sure didn't dissapoint. It was probally the best recapped match I have read in a long long time. You described everything perfectly with just the right amount of detail and I especially loved the start bit, with Edge going a bit technical and just how you described the match as a whole with many thinking Edge shouldn't be champion afterwards. Both competitors used the right moves and I liked how Edge used the Edgeucator, I wish he used it as a Main Finisher in the WWE at the moment. The ending was brilliance and very creative, although I think that it also would of been cool if Regal actually hit Edge with the Brass Knucks, unaware that the fallen Referee had recovered or something like that. But I guess that the near dead referee had just been speared, so I don't think he'd be getting for quite a while. Overall a very good match, I enjoyed it alot.




--------------------------------------
These are the reviews of the first two segments, I had to post them because I am at my friends and i'm going home now. I will finish the rest later on today. Cheers.

Nov is offline  
post #109 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-12-2008, 01:51 AM
Nov
Fortune's always hiding.
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Australia
Posts: 2,593
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 1 Post(s)
                     
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

I really liked the whole Kane/Mysterio/Flair promo backstage and I like the whole story to go with it. With Batista gone and leaving the three of them down one man for Survivor Series and Kane and Mysterio depending on Flair to get him to come back. I like it a lot. You nailed Kane's character down to a tee, with him sounding evil and angry, and threatening Naitch. Really put a lot of pressure on the old man. I like how Flair didn't back down though, and shouted right in the face of Kane, classic Nature Boy right there. The finish was good with Rey sideing with Kane and wishing Flair luck, although he doubts that there is any chance of Batista coming back before walking out of the room. That sounds like something that would happen in real life, and it will be interesting to see whether "The Animal" will indeed return. I can possibly see him returning last minute before the actual four on four classic Survivor Series match. Anyway very good promo, all characters perfect, well done.


I fell in love with the Jamie Noble backstage interview as soon as I read it. It was brilliant, I comnend you. Noble's character was absolutely awesome! Your just so good at the characters. It was funny most of the time, first with Noble saying that Josh has lost faith in him, then Noble saying that he has beaten King Kong to Godzilla lmao, then Noble saying that he is a nice guy and has let Kash win the first two matchups, then Noble calls Kash a Kid Rock wannabe, then Noble says Kash can have Pamela Anderson all he wants only for Josh to tell him that they aren't together anymore causing Noble to ask for her number. You aced this segment man, I loved it. Congrats, well done. Oh and by the way, I like the whole idea of this best of seven series.


The Cruiserweights Match was okay. Flowed well, easy to understand, moves used were fine, and it was well written and everything, as are all your matches. I don't understand why you said that Kash was dominating and continuing on from his great form of late, and then you said that Kash almost pulled off an upset when he almost won? Anyway, good match, with a very good ending. Kash hurt, what could it mean?


Noble backstage watching Kash was a nice touch and I can definetly see this injury completely turning this best of seven series around. Either Kash will have to forfeit, Noble will intentionally make it worse next week and Kash will have to forfeit, or Noble will just be able to win because Kash is injured. I'm fine with either one just as long as Noble walks out Cruiserweight champ.


I thought that the VIP Lounge/Playas Club thing was okay. I can see the Playas Club being big as all three members know how to wrestle and are big time players. MVP's character was good, and I hope to see them take out a few more superstars just to spread the word. Teddy Long coming out was good, and I like how he addressed them as his fellow playas. Anyway the matches announced should be pretty damn big, especially the Main Event. MVP win thanks to interference from either Burke and Cor Von, or Edge. Or maybe The Undertaker wins because of the same thing. Anyway, this promo was pretty good, Teddy Long for The Playas Club Manager!


The Tag Team Match sounded good, just like your average tag team match really. Everything was good, nice and normal with the isolation tactics and the clean house from Kane and all the rest. Was all written very well and was easy to understand and follow. Yeah I know I keep saying that but it's true lol. Anyway, the ending is what I liked the most. MVP was always going to cost Kane and Mysterio the match, and the fashion that he did it was great. With the steel chain to Kane and then holding his legs down during the pin for extra leverage. It was all good mate, enjoyable match here. Keep it up!


The after match attack was good, especially the start with MVP leading Rey in to a clothesline from Burke. I like how both Flair and Finlay came out to help their respective teams and the match later on between Finlay and Flair should be good. I liked how Kane stayed up even after a shot from the shillelagh, before Finlay just gave him the Celtic Cross instead. Oh and i'm glad that the heels came out on top too. Good stuff.


The Dreamer/Masters match was okay at best, but I'm pretty sure that's what you wanted. It wasn't only okay because of how it was written, just because of how boring it was, you still wrote it very well. No suprise Dreamer lost, and i'm glad that Masters won, especially with the Master Lock. I was a big fan of his and was sad when he was let go by the WWE. Oh and I liked how the match consisted of many punches and kicks, something different, but still suits both Dreamer and Dykstra fine. Not bad my friend.


The Playas Club attack was one of my favorite segments on the show so far. I really like how you detailed the attack and the things they did to the poor workers sound just about right with the chain, and the propane tank, and then ramming the guy head first in to the wall. Man that's brutal. Anyway, I also liked how MVP wants to beat The Undertaker on his own, I really didn't see it coming but i'm now 99% sure that Edge will interfere in the Main Event. Anyway well done with this promo, I enjoyed it and it really made The Playas Club look like a serious gang that no one will wnat to mess with. The characters were perfect too. Nice work.


The Finlay versus Ric Flair match sounded very good. It was very well written and easy to understand and all that etc etc. I like how the Figure Four Leg Lock was locked in early, and Finlay was in it for a whole minute. And i'm a big fan of physical match-ups so I was a fan of this one. The ending was absolutely awesome, and very creative, so kudos for that. The New Breed toss the steel chain to Finlay only for Flair to intercept and use on Finlay to pick up the win, one word...Brilliance. Very good contest here mate.


The little aftermath of the match was quite good too, with Flair fleeing and then basically laughing at the losers. I like how Cor Von was showing a lot of frusteration and kicking the ring post, and then the little push off with Finlay and Cor Von was good too. I highly doubt these guys are going to be able to work as a team in the Smackdown! Survivor Series Match. But that is still yet to be seen.


Orton has to relinquish the title!? Wow, I read most of RAW but not the last few segments, so i'm not sure what's going on, but it will be interesting to see what happens next and who is going to be the next World Champion. Quite a shocker and big news indeed, not sure if i'm happy with it or not though.


The Main Event was a good match, not great, but good. You described the match much more than the previous matches, I guess that's because it's the Main Event. Anyway the moves used were good and the wrestlers wrestled like they would in real life, if you know what I mean. Anyway all boxes ticked for this match, and I comnend you for having MVP use the Crippler Crossface. The ending was good, with suprise suprise Edge, attacking Taker. MVP's been robbed though! Lol on a serious note well done with this match, I enjoyed it alot.


The attack following the Main Event sounded pretty brutal, and you described it perfectly. "The Deadman" is surely gonna wan't revenge now and I think that Edge may regret his actions here tonight. Although just to let you know, I see Edge retaining at Survivor Series.


Overall this was a high quality show that i've come to expect from you. I honestly believe you are up there with the best Bookers on this site at the moment, and I think that this thread is not far off the status of Legend's and DDMac's. You always nail the characters of the superstars down to a tee, absolutely perfect most of the time. And I like how you use all of the superstars movesets to their full capacity, and also add some moves to their reputua as well. Your recaps are almost as good as full shows, as you put a fair bit of amount of detail in things, except I still can't wait to see you start writing full shows again, that's if you ever do. If I were to have any complaints with the show it would be that there were too many non clean amtches where interference or disqualification took place, and that I think we saw a bit too much of the steel chain and The Playas Club, but they aren't really a big deal at all. So in closing this review I just want to say keep up the good work, I love your writing, buddy.

Nov is offline  
post #110 of 130 (permalink) Old 07-18-2008, 06:19 AM Thread Starter
Working Dark Matches
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 1,214
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
               
Re: WWE: Turning The Corner

WWE Raw
Philadelphia
29th October 2007


*Opening Video and Pyro*


We then go to ringside where JR and King welcome us to the show, and they run down the mega card which includes Chris Jericho v Ken Kennedy where if Jericho wins he gets 5 minutes in the ring with Vince McMahon. Also just announced rivals Triple H and Umaga face off in a Lumberjack Match, where the other 8 men in the upcoming 10 man tag at Survivor Series are the lumberjacks. And finally announced for tonight is that Randy Orton will vacate his World Heavyweight Title, after tearing his quads last week on Raw thanks to Chris Jericho.

We then start off the show with the Corporation coming down to the ring barring Randy Orton. An angry Vince McMahon grabs a mic and says that last week Chris Jericho put Randy Orton out of action, because he knew that he wouldn’t of been able to beat Orton for the championship at Survivor Series. Vince says he would fire his bastard son Chris Jericho if he could, but Steve Austin is the one to make those decisions. Vince then tells Jericho that he might be thinking he will be given the WWE Title, but that won’t happen because Vince and Austin have together come up with a plan to make an 8 man number 1 contender tournament where the winner of that will face Chris Jericho at Survivor Series. Vince then promises that either corporation member of Ken Kennedy or Umaga will walk out with the World Heavyweight Title and there will be no chance in hell than Chris Jericho wins the belt. Ken Kennedy then takes the mic and introduces himself before cutting a promo on Jericho hyping tonight’s main event. But Kennedy is cut off when Chris Jericho steps out on the stage with a mic in hand and tells Kennedy to shut the hell up. Chris Jericho says that the Corporation thinking Orton being out of action is bad thing, but all of the Jericholics see it as a good thing. Jericho then says that you will no longer have to see a boring and monotone WWE Champion, and that at Survivor Series he will become WWE Champion and the WWE will never ever be the same again. Jericho then talks about the main event and says that tonight is he is going to beat Goldilocks and then get his hands on the no good assclown Vince McMahon.

Jericho then says that he wants a piece of Corporation now though and starts to come down to the ring as Kennedy and Umaga get ready to double team Jericho. Jericho stops outside the ring and says that since the Corporation like to attack people in two, threes or fours to get an advantage. He says that the Corporation can see what it is like when the numbers are against them. Kennedy and Umaga look confused when Triple H and John Cena rush down to the ring and hey join Jericho in attacking Umaga and Kennedy in the ring. Vince leaves the ring, but a still injured Jonathon Coachman is caught by John Cena who hits him with an F-U. As HHH clotheslines Umaga to the outside, Cena grabs a chair and brings it into the ring. Cena swings it at Kennedy, who ducks and CENA SMASHES THE CHAIR OVER THE BACK OF CHRIS JERICHO’S HEAD! Ken Kennedy then flees the ring with Umaga and Vince McMahon who look happy despite being attacked.


Commercial Break


When we get back from commercial, we can see John Cena and Chris Jericho shouting at each other backstage looking like they are going to go at it. Triple H tries to calm them down but it doesn’t seem to work as Jericho shoves Cena in the chest, and Triple H has to get himself in front of Cena to block him off. Shane McMahon then enters the scene and tells them both to calm down. Shane tells them that his dad and his cronies are doing a great job of trying to break up the unity here, because they know that Jericho, Cena and HHH are all threats to them when teaming together. Shane tells them that they need to put their focuses on taking out the Corporation and not each other. Shane tells Jericho that he has Kennedy tonight and he can get his hands on Vince McMahon. Shane tells Triple H he can get revenge on Umaga tonight in their Lumberjack Match. Shane then tries to get Jericho and Cena to shake hands, which they do so but they stare a hole through each intensely before walking out in different directions. Triple H then says “God what’s up with them” as we cut back to ringside.

Match 1
6 Man Tag
Carlito, John Morrison and Kevin Thorn v CM Punk, Jeff Hardy and Rob Van Dam


We get a preview for Survivor Series to start off the show, as 6 out of the participants in the 10-man tag elimination match at Survivor Series face off in a 6 man tag. As we get with all 6 man tag matches, we get a very fast exciting match with lots of tag and lots of near falls which are broken up. The very exciting team of CM Punk, Jeff Hardy and RVD put on a lot of high flying moves in the early going getting the crowd going for this edition of Raw. But the power of Kevin Thorn helped the heels to gain the momentum when he caught Punk in mid air with a Big Boot, when Punk went for a springboard Clothesline. The heels did a very effective job of keeping Punk in their corner and not allowing Punk to get to his own corner and tag in his partners. Punk looked like he would be able to make the tag when he hit a snap DDT from out of nowhere on Carlito. But when he went to make the tag, John Morrison rushed into the ring and hit an enzuigiri from behind. Punk finally made the tag though moments later and RVD came in all guns blazing. RVD looked to have the win when he hit the Split Legged Moonsault, but Carlito broke the count. An all out brawl then ensued between both teams, which saw Hardy take Carlito to the outside and Punk take Thorn to the outside. Meanwhile Melina distracted the referee as John Morrison when to hit RVD with Carlito’s IC Title belt, but RVD hit a Spinning Wheel Kick kicking the belt into the face of John Morrison. RVD then finished off Morrison with the five star frog splash to gain the victory.

Winners: CM Punk, Jeff Hardy and RVD in 12:26


As the faces celebrate their win we go backstage to see The Redneck Wrecking Crew, The Hooligans and Cryme Time arguing in Steve Austin’s office and we can see Austin who is just sitting down watching the argument with a beer in hand. Austin then cuts them off by telling them to shut the hell up. Austin says he doesn’t care about what any of the three teams have to say because he is too busy drinking a beer and he wants a Hot Dog. Austin says that he is not going to give any of the teams a title shot. But he says that tonight they will face off in a three way tag team match and he will watch that match and then decide who gets a title shot. Austin then tells them to get out of his office, as Cody Rhodes walks in. Cody questions Austin for making a match between Cody and Hardcore tonight saying that a star of his quality should be put in the WWE Title tournament and not facing a 74 year old man. Stone Cold then starts laughing out loud very loudly, and a confused Cody starts laughing aswell until Austin tells him to shut up. Austin says that no one questions Stone Cold’s decision making, and says that Cody’s match with Hardcore is now a No Disqualification Match. A furious Rhodes storms out of the office as Austin goes back to drinking his beer as we go to a commercial.

Commercial Break


Match 2
Singles Match
Melina v Mickie James


Mickie James puts on an impressive performance in an tough match as she makes her return after being attacked by Umaga two months ago. Before the match started Womens Champion Beth Phoenix made her way down to ringside, and did some commentary at ringside. The start of the match was all Melina, after Melina attacked Mickie as soon as she had entered the ring with not much love lost between these two. Melina looked to have the match won halfway through with the Kyranium Buster, but Mickie kicked out just before three. Moments later Mickie a Mick Kick from out of nowhere, and from this moment Mickie dominated for the rest of the match. Mickie went through her moveset on Melina, who to her credit showed a lot of heart continually kicking out. That was until James hit the Mickie-DT for the three count.

Winner: Mickie James in 6:02


After the match Mickie James celebrates her return win, before looking over at Womens Champion Beth Phoenix on the outside and signalling that she is coming for the title. Phoenix just simply gives out a sadistic smile as we go backstage.

We go backstage to see Corporation members Vince McMahon and Jonathon Coachman backstage. They talk about tonight’s main event where Vince McMahon shows a lot of concern as if Chris Jericho beats Ken Kennedy, Chris Jericho can do whatever he wants with Vince for 5 minutes in the ring. Coach tells Vince that there is no chance that Chris Jericho is going to beat Ken Kennedy, but Vince showing his concern says that he never knows what Chris Jericho is up to. Coach tells McMahon that the only person who can change Stone Cold’s mind is Vince, Coach advises Vince to try reason with Stone Cold. Vince agrees with Coach and says that that he is going to make Austin change his mind as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial we go backstage to see Randy Orton who is in a Wheelchair next to Todd Grisham. Grisham asks Orton for his thoughts on what happened last week, and we get a very intense interview from Orton. Orton says that he never liked Chris Jericho but he respected him, until last week when Jericho put him out of action because he knew he wouldn’t be able to beat Orton at Survivor Series. Jericho tried to find an old way of sorting his problems out, and he looked at when he put the best in the business 6 years ago Triple H out of action and now he has done the same thing to Randy Orton. Orton says that Chris Jericho might have won the battle, but he won’t win the war. Orton promises that when he comes back he will put all of his attention on Chris Jericho for trying to end his career. Orton says that as Vince McMahon said earlier tonight, that a Corporation member will take his place as the WWE Champion and even without Orton they will continue to make his life a living hell. Orton says he might be vacating his title, but as soon as he comes back the WWE Title will be back around his waist before you can blink an eye. Orton finishes off by telling Jericho that he will see him soon..real soon.

Survivor Series Commercial


Match 3
No Disqualification Match
Cody Rhodes v Hardcore Holly


We get a very quick match here, as before the match even begins Cody attacks Hardcore from behind with a Steel Chair as Hardcore makes his entrance. Cody busts Hardcore open with a hard Steel Chair shot to the skull, before dropping him head first onto the Steel Rampway with a Piledriver! Cody then drags Hardcore into the ring with a Steel Chair and the match officially begins. A hanging DDT from the second rope onto a Steel Chair then gives Cody Rhodes a 17 second victory.

Winner: Cody Rhodes in 0:17


After the match a very cocky Cody Rhodes celebrates his victory, wiping his hands mocking how easy it was to beat Hardcore.

We go backstage to see Umaga with his manager Armando Estrada along with Carlito, John Morrison, Ken Kennedy and Kevin Thorn who are obviously talking about plans for the upcoming Lumberjack Match. Umaga shouts out at the lot of them in Samoan, with Carlito, , Morrison, Kennedy and Thorn looking at each other not knowing what the hell he is saying. Kennedy mocks Umaga telling him very slowly to speak a language that he can understand. This angers Umaga who looks as though he is about to attack Kennedy, who quickly puts the blame on Carlito saying Carlito dared him to say it. Armando Estrada then cuts in saying that his Samoan Bulldozer said that if any of them screw up, Umaga is going to put them in the hospital just like he did to Triple H at No Mercy. Umaga and Estrada then walk out the room, as Carlito says das not cool as we go to another area backstage.

We see Triple in the locker room taping his wrists as he talks to RVD, Jeff Hardy and CM Punk on what they just saw on the monitor.. Moments later John Cena walks into the room and RVD asks him where the hell has he been because he was give minutes late to discuss a plan for the upcoming Lumberjack Match. John Cena said there was no point of talking tactics, because there is only one plan and that is for John Cena to go out there and kick somebody’s ass. Triple H tells them that’s right and says let’s go as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial JR and King hype the Road to Survivor Series tournament which begins next week where the winner faces Chris Jericho at Survivor Series for the World Heavyweight Title. They run down the brackets which looks like this…

Ken Kennedy
Rob Van Dam

John Cena
Carlito

Triple H
John Morrison

Umaga
CM Punk


Match 4
Lumber Jack Match
Triple H v Umaga
Lumberjacks-Carlito, John Morrison, Ken Kennedy, Kevin Thorn, CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, John Cena and Rob Van Dam


We witness a very physical match between these two fiercest of rivals with Triple H looking to get revenge for Umaga attacking Triple H in the ambulance at No Mercy. In the early going Triple H was all over Umaga, until Ken Kennedy got on the apron and held down the top rope as Triple H bounced off the ropes allowing the heels to attack Triple H on the outside. Umaga then started to go through his move set on Triple H hitting a Samoan Drop followed by a Samoan Wrecking Ball only getting a two count. Triple H rolled out of the way when Umaga attempted a Samoan Splash. Triple H then hit an Arn Anderson esque Spinebuster, and went for the Pedigree only for Carlito to grab Triple H by the legs on the outside distracting him for long enough for that Umaga could counter into a back body drop. An angered John Cena got fed up of the heel lumberjacks keep getting involved so when John Morrison looked to grab a Chair on the outside, when Cena charged up and tackled Morrison on the outside and tossed him into the steps before backing off as the other heel lumberjacks approached. Triple H looked to have the win when he hit the Pedigree on Umaga, but Ken Kennedy stormed into the ring and broke the count which lead to all of the Lumberjacks getting into the ring and a ten man brawl ensues and the ref has to end the match.

Triple H v Umaga goes to a no contest in 10:58


After the match brawl continues with every man in the ring hitting their finishers on one another until the last man is standing. The last four men left standing are Umaga, Carlito, RVD and John Cena. RVD takes out Carlito with the Frog Splash, only to receive the Samoan Spike by Umaga, who then falls victim to the F-U by John Cena. John Cena then looks down at the carnage inside the ring before posing for the crowd and leaving to his music before we go backstage.

We go backstage to see Vince McMahon standing to the side of the door into General Manager Stone Cold’s office. Vince takes a sigh of relief before jumping out his boots as he hears a loud bang from Stone Cold’s office. Vince regains his composure before noticing a very small hole has been put in the door. Vince opens the door and a can falls to the floor and he looks up to see Steve Austin with a gun pointing at Vince! Vince asks Austin what the hell is he doing, and Austin replies by telling Vince he is going hunting with some friends in Texas tomorrow and he is getting himself warmed up. Austin still with the gun pointed at Vince tells him to not piss his pants again before putting the gun down. Vince then tries to persuade Austin to change the stipulations for the main event but Austin immediately says no. An angered Vince says he can just leave the arena because he is the owner of this company, when some security grabs Vince from behind. Steve Austin then tells Vince that these bodyguards are going put Vince in a small cage just big enough for him and they are going to hang Vince above the ring so that there is no escape. Austin then tells the security to take Vince away who is yelling at Austin as we go to a commercial.


Commercial Break


Match 5
3 Way Tag Team Match
Londrick v The Hooligans v The Redneck Wrecking Crew


All three teams put on a very strong performance doing all they can to prove themselves to Stone Cold that they deserve a title shot against the Worlds Greatest Tag Team knowing that a win should most likely give them that shot. It was a very entertaining tag team match in the amount of near falls there was in the match, with every team hitting their tag team finishers only to have their pin broken before three. Cade and Murdoch dominated the middle part of the match as they worked over Brian Kendrick, keeping him away from tagging in London or any of the Cryme Time team. Kendrick showed a lot of resiliency however kicking out after a big Powerbomb by Trevor Murdoch. Brian Kendrick finally made the tag to his team mate however after he hit the Sliced Bread on Cade. The ending of the match saw the now legal men in the ring Lance Cade and JTG in the ring, and Cade hit JTG with a Sitout Spinebuster Slam and made the cover when Paul London broke the count. A three team brawl then ensued which saw Shad Gaspard and Brian Kendrick brawl on the outside and Trevor Murdoch and Paul London brawl on the outside. Meanwhile the Worlds Greatest Tag Team rush down to the ring and with Cade and Murdoch not watching they grab their Tag Championships and rush off backstage as they have finally reclaimed their belts after a month without them. Lance Cade who along with Murdoch had those belts over the last week is distracted by this and allows JTG to come from behind with a roll up and take the victory

Winners: Cryme Time in 8:33


After the match the Worlds Greatest Tag celebrate reclaiming their Tag Team Titles after going nearly a month without them. They point at the three teams at ringside and say that no one will ever steal their belts ever again, when suddenly the Glass Shatters and Stone Cold appears at the top of the ramp with a mic. Austin says that after what he saw there wasn’t one team that stood out to him. He says that since the next PPV is Survivor Series, he had a plan, and that is that the Worlds Greatest Tag Team will defend their titles against Cryme Time, The Hooligans and The Redneck Wrecking Crew in a 4 way elimination Tag Team Match. The Worlds Greatest Tag Team argue with Austin, as the three teams at ringside smile as they all know they have a title shot at Survivor Series.

We then go backstage to see Todd Grisham standing by Chris Jericho. Todd asks Jericho for his thoughts on Orton vacating the title when Jericho interrupts him and tells him to shut the hell up. Jericho says he couldn’t care less about that Jackass handing in the title with his phoney leg injury, and all he cares about is going out there and giving Vince McMahon a beating the likes of which he has never ever received. Jericho says he is going to enjoy seeing Vince being locked into a Cage like an animal, and for him to first hand witness his golden haired wonder Ken Kennedy get his ass kicked. Jericho says that Kennedy might think he is impressive because he can say his name twice and made Tony Chimmel look like a good ring announcer but in reality all Mrs Kennedy really is, is a stuttering fumbling assclown. Jericho finishes off by saying the beating he gave Randy Orton last week is nothing compared to what he will do to his own flesh and blood tonight.


Commercial Break


When we come back from commercial we see some security with Vince McMahon, Jonathon Coachman and Ken Kennedy coming down to the ring. A Cage just big enough for Vince to get in is lowered down to the ring, and the security tell Vince to get in the cage. Vince refuses to do so and says he is not going to be locked up in a Cage like an animal. This gives the security no other choice than to grab Vince and push him into the cage and quickly lock the door. Vince McMahon tells the security he is afraid of heights as they signal for the cage to be lifted. Chris Jericho makes his way down to the ring as the cage is lifted just above the ring about the same height up as the roof of a Hell in a Cell normally is.

Match 6
Singles Match-If Chris Jericho wins he gets 5 minutes in the ring with Vince McMahon
Chris Jericho v Ken Kennedy with Corporation Member Jonathon Coachman


Jericho and Kennedy put on a reasonably long back and forth main event between the two men, with the two men putting on a very physical match. As soon as the bell rung Chris Jericho rolled to the outside and tossed the Coach into the steel steps to make sure he doesn’t get involved in this match. The start of the match we saw a lot of counters exchanged between the two men as the action was kept mainly on the mat. This was until Chris Jericho started to pick up some steam hitting Kennedy with an enzuigiri getting a near fall. Jericho went to lock on the Walls of Jericho, only for Kennedy to push the referee out of the way with his hands before low blowing Y2J. Ken Kennedy then stepped up his physicality as he hit a vicious facewash boot to the face of Jericho in the corner. Ken Kennedy took Jericho to the outside and whipped Jericho shoulder first into the steps. Ken Kennedy then started to work on the weakened shoulder of Chris Jericho. Kennedy looked to finish the match by making Jericho submit to an abdominal stretch, but Jericho escapes by spinning out of it and hitting Kennedy with a Codebreaker. Jericho could not capitalise as he was too hurt.

The last few minutes of the match saw some back and forth action with both men kicking out of one another’s finishers. Kennedy kicked out of the Liansault and moments later Jericho kicked out of the Mic Check. The end of the match saw some confusion as the Steel Cage with Vince McMahon in the ring started lowering down. We then go backstage to where the cage is being controlled in the Gorilla position and we can see Armando Estrada forcing a Production Worker to lower the cage as tons of Security members are lying around on the floor as Umaga is standing over them. Meanwhile in the ring Chris Jericho locks on the Walls of Jericho onto Ken Kennedy in the ring. The match looks over but suddenly Jonathon Coachman who was taken backstage earlier in the match, comes back and he gets on the apron and distracts the referee. As this happens a man enters the ring…AND RKO ON CHRIS JERICHO! IT’S RANDY ORTON! HE WAS NEVER REALLY HURT! Orton then slides out of the ring as Coach gets back off the apron and Kennedy makes the count and takes the victory!


Winner: Ken Kennedy in 13:17


After the match the Cage is lowered down onto the mat, and the referee unlocks the Cage door allowing Vince McMahon out. Vince then joins Kennedy and Orton in stomping away at Chris Jericho. Rob Van Dam suddenly rushes down to the ring and tries to help Jericho, but the numbers game becomes too difficult for RVD who falls to the Mic Check by Ken Kennedy. We then go back to the Gorilla Position as we see Umaga and Triple H going at it In a all out brawl. We then cut back to ringside where we see Randy Orton stripping the announce table off it’s headphones and monitors as Ken Kennedy tosses Jericho over the top rope to the outside. Vince McMahon then gets in Orton’s face and shouts orders telling Orton to finish Jericho. Randy Orton smiles before rolling Jericho onto the announce table. He then lifts Jericho to his feet and looks him in the eye, BEFORE HITTING THE RKO TO JERICHO ON THE ANNOUNCE TABLE WHICH DOES NOT BREAK! Randy Orton then delivers his psychotic stare down at a motionless Chris Jericho, as Vince gets in Jericho’s face and shouts at him. The show then comes to a close as the Corporation members raise their arms aloft.

END OF SHOW


Raw Results
CM Punk, Jeff Hardy and RVD beat IC Champion Carlito, John Morrison and Kevin Thorn in 12:26
Mickie James beats Melina in 6:02
Cody Rhodes beats Hardcore Holly in 0:17 in a No Disqualifications Match
Triple H v Umaga goes to a no contest in 10:58 in a Lumberjack Match
Cryme Time beat The Redneck Wrecking Crew and The Hooligans in 8:33
Ken Kennedy beats Chris Jericho in 13:17


Current WWE Survivor Series Card

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Edge © v The Undertaker

WWE CHAMPIONSHIP
Chris Jericho v Randy Orton ©

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
4 Way Tag Team Elimination Match
Cryme Time v The Hooligans v The Redneck Wrecking Crew v The Worlds Greatest Tag Team ©

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
kane01 is offline  
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
 

User Tag List

Thread Tools
Show Printable Version Show Printable Version
Email this Page Email this Page



Posting Rules  
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are On

 
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome