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Great voiceovers from all the wrestlers at the beginning of the PPV, each telling the problems they’ve faced throughout there career and there desire to win there match. Really gets you pumped up for the show.

Cena rapping to start the show was great and it rhymed lol. Him saying he is the main event and ripping on the other wrestlers was classing Cena and it really helped the start of the show.

8 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match:

If Team Thuganomic’s win, John Cena receives a World Championship Match at Armageddon
--- If Team DX win, Cena never gets another shot at Shawn Michaels, for the length of his Title reign.

The match starts off well with some fast paced action and brutal chops. The arena is pumped for this and is a great match to start things off. There is a lot on the line which adds to the spice. The match has a lot of pins which suits well with quick falls. It keeps the people on there toes as the match can fall thin in some aspects. Commotion breaks out and Shawn Michaels sees and opening and connects with the Sweet Chin Music. Charlie Haas is eliminated; some one had to leave first. Haas is the victim. The heels are one up and the odds are already low for Cena the face.

Cena is using some illegal tactics but the fans eat it up. Nice to see some thug tactics by Cena showing he isn’t too far up the fans asses which set him up to make the tag to Sting. He hits the Stinger Splash before taking a few shots on the opposing team then……Yes the Scorpion Death Drop. The opposing team can’t break the count and the weaker of team DX is gone.

Crap Sting is out minutes after he made the pin. Some heel tactics used by Reigns which is needed to keep the major face down. It’s always a good way of making the face look strong.

The heels are 3 on 2 up but the match can still be won by team Thuganomic’s. Another quick pin which keeps the momentum of the match going and it’s Cena with the FU! The second weakest is out for team DX.

The match carries on with no more three counts for a majority of time. The match could sway either way but it’s Benjamin who is hit with the exposed turnbuckle and rolled up for the three count. The Heels now have the major advantage.

Cade is hit with the Sweet Chin Music from his very own partner. Cena uses this to his advantage and clotheslines HBK over the ropes before pinning the unconscious Cade.

The last furlong of the match and it’s the two main-eventers who finish things off. It had to be done. Shame the last men couldn’t go at it for longer as the match seemed to be quicker that the first elimination. Cena wins it with the usual FU and he gets a shot at the Title. Not a fan of Cena but oh well. Good match here to begin the show.

Women’s Championship Match;
10 Lady Battle Royal:

Not a match I’m looking forward too but at least the divas are being used well. Wow Shaniqua is out first. The muscle built diva is eliminated by nine other divas, my pick is out. She was made to be strong even though she was eliminated first as it took the remaining Divas to eliminate her. Also it gives the feeling that this match is wide open and there for the taking.

Wow Jazz is on fire. It’s Stacy Keibler who reacts first!!! But Jazz is the one who finishes Jacqueline off. Stacy is clearly not happy and fights back with a slap. The usual pissed off Jazz reacts by eliminating the sexy Stacy! Jazz is looking strong in this match and she’s my new pick for the win.

Crap my pick is out by Trish. I like the image of Teddy Long trying hard to keep his woman in the match but can’t keep hold of her. Nice elimination by Trish who is now by favourite to win lol. Also I’m liking Long with Jazz, it’s a nice pair for a division that’s being used well.

Gail Kim makes the mistake and the woman who I want to win this match (Victoria) makes her pay by tossing her out. That is a pretty big bump for a woman and showes Victoria in the right light.

Nice image of Nidia laughing at Gail Kim and Molly Holly pushing her out as well. Adds some humour to this match. Another quick elimination but was used at the right time.

Some nice close calls in this match will she go over, will she not? Add some nice suspense to a match that begins to grow old. Lita is out and it’s by a spear from Victoria. Good elimination or this diva and a good sign that she will go all the way.

Another elimination caused by Victoria really showing how good she is in this match. Two big eliminations on two good divas.

Then there where two Victoria has to win this one. Some close calls on either side but the Chick Kick does it forcing Victoria over the top rope and crashing into the outside mat. Well she didn’t do it but after this performance she needs to get another shot at Trish.

Trish retains the title in a surprisingly good match. Some nice eliminations with a good run from my favourite Victoria.

8 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match;

WWE United States, Tag Team & Cruiserweight Championship ALL on the Line:

With all these titles on the line there has to be tension which is a good thing for a card although good can do with a match like this. We’re definitely going to see a title change in this match which holds so much good talent.

WOW Chris Jericho a major player in this match is out first. A major shock is a great addition to this already good match. The start was well performed and the elimination makes you think anything can happen in this bout. JBL picks up a good elimination and a feud will probably continue from this.

Another elimination for the Team Highlight Reel who are really looking like the underdogs in this match with the elimination of Storm.

Some good slow counts in this quarter of the match keeping you on you’re toes. Basham is the next to go which is needed for Team Highlight Reel showing that they are not too weak. A quick elimination follows with a great high flying move. This gives some excitement to the already fantastic match.

A great length for this quarter and it’s a title belt to the head followed by a Tornado DDT to finish Chris Harris off. London keeping JBL from the ring is a little out there but believable. Also I would of liked to have seen the Tiger Driver from Noble.

The next part of the match has some nice close counts keeping the audience on the edge of there seats. London gets the three count with the bridging German suplex. This is a great way to finish Noble off. Some may say the German is a weak way to finish someone off but I disagree. I like it when the finish of the match is varied from the usual finisher it gives a little of pureso element to the match.

The final quarter is the best bit of the match and London is in it. I love it when Cruiserweight doesn’t get overlooked. At the start of this match I would have bet money Y2J and JBL would of finishes this match. Great work here Wolfy. This is my MOTN so far. The Cabinet win the belts, looking forward to where this will go.

WWE Hardcore Championship;
8 Man Gauntlet:

Hurricane vs. Rhyno vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Booker T vs. Goldust vs. Stevie Richards vs. Mark Henry vs. A-Train

Who doesn’t like some nice hardcore action though the middle of the show. Some nice stars in this one I like the additions of The Hurricane, Stevie Richards and Booker T. I hope Richards gets the win here.

It looks like Mark Henry is going to get the win here but there is no referee, great. Hurricane still has a chance. Very good way to keep Mark down with the steps on his chest and Hurricane sitting on top of the chairs. It’s believable and causes the upset early on in the match.

A Train enters and dismantles Hurricane. I don’t think it will effect Helms that badly as he did pick up the three count over Mark Henry. It also shows A Train as a monster which is his best suit.

Goldust hits the Curtain Call but still doesn’t get the three count. Surprising but A Train manages to get the win with the Train Wreck.

Booker T will give A Train a run for his money and eventually picks up the three count with the Book End. Nice finish, Booker rarely gets the win with the Book End so this was a nice change. A Train did well and was shown to be strong and a dominant force.

Here comes Stevie Richards he’s going to do it. He’s going to do it…..I can feel it. He’s going to win the almighty Booker T, I’ll bet a million pound on it. He will do it I’m sure of it…….He……He didn’t do it. Crap.

Tyson Tomko is gone no surprises there. Booker is in the final round, and here’s Rhyno.

Nice end to his this match. I had a feeling Booker T would win it but Rhyno completes the Gore and finishes the match. This match was a great length and flowed well for a Hardcore match. Would like to have seen Richards picking up at least one pin but oh well.

10 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match;

This match started well with the close counts in quick concession. It really kept me guessing as to what will be the key to the first elimination. It’s Goldberg the biggest force in the match who picks it up and wins it with the spear of Rico. Nice elimination here which flowed really well.

A big boot by Snitsky takes out Simmons. Didn’t like this finish as it sort of made Simmons look weak, a Pumphandle slam would have been better. Also I would of liked to have seen Snitsky eliminated early on.

This section of the match was nice and long and really fitted with the match well. Scott Steiner being eliminated at this point was okay but still it should have been Snitsky. The Stunner is a great way of finishing a man off like Steiner.

You made a mistake here Wolfy.

Triple H has no other choice left, and TAPS OUT!!!!! BENOIT ELIMINATES MATT MORGAN!!!
It’s nothing big I just thought I’d point this out to you man. Nice to see the last of Matt Morgan and a quick elimination was needed at this point.

Loved the finish of the next elimination with the hat trick of Germans and finishing off the bridge. Test is gone and Benoit is looking even stronger. He can go all the way here.

Man Benoit is on a roll with the hat trick of eliminations. Finally Snitsky is gone and taps out to the deadly Sharpshooter. Benoit has to be the favourite here.

I thought the final quarter would reach a higher length but oh well. Team Bring It win with men to spare. This was the right decision as this team was clearly the stronger. I didn’t lose interest in this match as Benoit’s run kept me reading.

WWE Championship:
Fatal Four Way Elimination Match:

A nice fatal four way for the title. A nice break away from the 8/10 man elimination match’s. Eddie’s last match lets see how well he is presented. I loved the start of this match with the tempted submissions and quick pin falls. I was wondering throughout this first quarter who would be eliminated. The tension was nicely written and kept me guessing all the way.

Brock gets the F5 but no referee. His blood boils with frustration of not getting the count and asks for the chair is backfires and the outcome is classic Eddie.

Lie Cheating and Stealing gets Brock disqualified and Paul Heyman gets a chair shot for his troubles. Classic!

Wow Eddie is still in this one and gets the cradle on the Olympic Gold Medallist. I wonder how far Eddie will go in this match. Whatever the outcome he has been portrayed beautifully in this match.

The tilt a whirl hits but there is no referee again. The backbreaker probably wouldn’t of got the count anyway.

What the hell Eddie kicks out of the pedigree!!! He is going to win this I know it.

He’s done it!!! Eddie win’s it. A great way to end Eddie in this thread. I guess he’s going t vacate the title. Well done Wolfy, this was a great way to end it with Eddie Guerrero in this thread. A WWE title for a true legend.

New MOTN definitely. Right length, great flow well timed eliminations and one hell of a finish.

Now I see Eddie will vacate the title. Good choice.

10 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match:

1st EVER WWE War Games Match; Elimination Style: Two Men begin, with another entrant every three minutes thereafter:

I’m looking forward to this. I wonder if it will surpass the WWE Title match?

The match started off well as there where only two competitors in the ring. Would like to have seen some more chain wrestling and a few submission before the next entrant came in. I’m gonna cut this a little short and say this match was great. We had Christian causing the upset by eliminating The Undertaker. A great push for him and it doesn’t really affect Taker who is still really over with the fans and it’s his time for him to put younger stars over. The length was great for an Elimination match , could have been longer but hell it was fine the way it was. Wow Christian is the last man and he hits Randy Orton with the Unprettier on the steel chair. I see the Canadian is getting a real push here. Good news and a great way to do it. Overall a great match. Still not MOTN for me but comes in at a close second. Ric Flair is new GM of Raw. Looking forward to how this all pans out.

Overall a great PPV. I thought this would get stale with all the elimination match’s but it didn’t. It might have if there wasn’t the added edition of the Gauntlet and Elimination Chamber. Yeah I know they are elimination match’s but they are different to the straight up match-ups. This was well written and hardly any mistakes where found. I enjoyed this immensely and found it highly enjoyable. I’ll give this a ……………………………………………………. 48/50
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Thank you to everyone who took the time to read and rate Survivor Series, as I'm sure it probably took quite a while. To be honest, I wasnt expecting such a great response, so that was a nice surprise. I'll be working on returning all those replies in the coming days, hopefully returning them all before the new year, although I've been a little hectic recently, with this being my first time on the forums since Wednesday night.

The next Raw will be up before the new year, but I'll have a more definate date for it in a couple of days time.

For now though, I'll attempt to post the PPV Schedule, I think for the 4th time.

December 4th - Raw Brand - Armageddon - Fleet Centre, Boston
December 18th - SD Brand - Fully Loaded - American Airlines Centre, Dallas

January 22nd - Joint Production - Royal Rumble - MSG, New York City
No February PPV
March 26th - Joint Production - Wrestle Mania XXII - MGM Grand, Las Vegas
April 30th - Raw Brand - Backlash - Key Arena, Seattle
May 14th - SD Brand - Judgement Day - Bradley Centre, Milwaukee
June 4th - Joint Production - Clash of the Champions - Kemper Arena, Kansas
June 25th - Raw Brand - Vengeance - Pepsi Centre, Denver
July 16th - SD Brand - Great American Bash - Phillips Arena, Atlanta
August 20th - Joint Production - Summer Slam - Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim
September 12th - Joint Production - Taboo Tuesday - Blue Cross Arena, Rochester
October 15th - Raw Brand - Nemesis - Target Centre, Minneapolis
November 12th - Joint Production - Survivor Series - Astrodome, Houston
December 10th - SD Brand - Armageddon - Air Canada Centre, Toronto
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Originally Posted by arjun14626rko
I am just curious, when I copy and paste, I got 126. I did not modify the text, I kept it at font size ten, and verdana font. In case you are wondering, that is the same that I am doing for Wrestlemania.

Wolf Guy, good bye. This is my last day before I leave. I think I will forsake working on Wrestlemania to get a headstart on your review. I will do the first match maybe before I have to get to studying biology. I plan on being back January seventh. I will send you a PM soon.

Oh, I put it at 12 and Times New Roman. That might be why. I still know I got 135 though?
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It's not the length of the PPV you guys should be commenting on, it's the quality and the quality is phenominal.
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yeah but you know with Wolfy, wuality and quantity come hand in hand, in brilliance. He has the longest PPV's I have ever read, and some of the best, like COTC, WM, SS, SS and Nemesis.


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hey i know this is kinda late but here is my survivor series review

the opening was great with all the superstars saying what survival is

the cena rap was great and it was awesome to see Cena get the home town win

i had a feeling trish would win the diva battle and im glad she did

that clip for Survivor Series 20 was great and i like how you are advertising that

The cabinet seems to be getting very powerful as they only need one more title to pretty much completely control smackdown

That Wrestlemania XXII was amazing and hilarious.. you are a creative genious

i loved the 8 man hardcore title gauntlet, i thought booker was going to pull it off there but Rhyno makes a good Hardcore champion

i am very interested to see where the Bret Kurt feud goes its looking good

Team Bring seemed to just overpower team Goldberg at the end even when they were down 5-3.. its good to see Benoit, Austin, and Rock on the same page

I really enjoyed the fatal four way and i was happy to see Eddie win especially in his last stint in your thread.. that was a great way to use him for his last match..

The War games was great...Orton put up one hell of a showing and i thought he was going to pull it out and i was a little disappointed when he didnt... its a shame to see foley gone but Flair will be an interesting GM. I unerstand what youre doing by pushing Christian by giving him wins over Undertaker and i can see that Taker will probably be retiring in your thread soon but i will definitely miss him.. but i can see what youre doing as a booker and it is a good idea.

another fantastic show Wolfy and theres no need to post the 10/10 because it was way better than that and we all know it was perfection

congratulations man

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Expect Raw on Thursday or Friday. From now until the build up towards RR, I'm not writing Smackdown, so what I'll be doing is posting Raw usually on Mondays starting from January 9th, and then on Thursdays I'll post the SD recap, Heat and Velocity results, as well as the odd news bit. For this week though, I'll post all of that on Thursday or Friday.

Also, I've began returning some reviews for Survivor Series. For those who have yet to recieve a review back from me yet, I'll either have it done within the next day or two, or whenever your next show is posted.


News and Notes:

Madison Square Garden hosts Raw this week, just 24 hours removed from the 19th annual Survivor Series, which will be the first night of the Ric Flair administration on Raw, after Team Flairs thrilling victory over Team Foley at the PPV. Mick Foley will not be at Raw this week, or any time in the near future, although a return before Wrestle Mania is likely, should something come up for the Hardcore Legend.

The Raw superstars will be jetting off across to Asia next Saturday for a week long live event tour, which means the November 14th edition of Raw will have to be taped on November 11th in Grand Rapids.

It has also been announced this past week, that UPN will be airing a one hour live Smackdown Special on November 22nd.

Two more Wrestle Mania vignettes are expected in the coming months, with the first set to be aird at the Royal Rumble in January, and the second to the aired at the Saturday Night Main Event show, currently slated for mid February.

With the superstars earning the Christmas week off, the December 26th edition of Raw, and the December 29th edition of Smackdown will be 'Best of 2005' shows, featuring the best matches from television and PPV this last year.

Just as another note, regarding the Eddie Guerrero situation. I'll not mention him in the SD recap this week, but I will acknowledge him the following week. As I'm sure everyone knows by now, Survivor Series was the last time I would use him. Over the next couple of weeks, it will become clear as to the situation with the WWE Championship.

For those of you maybe wondering what I had planned for Eddie Guerrero had he still been with us, I unfortunately hadnt planned on giving him the WWE Title originally at Survivor Series, being screwed early in the match by Triple H to further that feud. He was then set to enter the Royal Rumble at #1, and go pretty far into the match (last 6), before being once again, screwed by Triple H. This would lead to Wrestle Mania, and a gimmick match, most likely No Holds Barred, against Triple H, with Eddie finally beating The Game. After Wrestle Mania, I hadnt made any solid plans for him, but he was set to feature heavily.

Major thumbs up btw to Grendrill for the Armageddon banner

Also, with things set to get going again in this thread, I thought I should post the title histories in this thread, as most readers I've gained in recent months, arent likely to have seen the one I posted previously 6 months or so ago...

World Heavyweight Championship:
Triple H (December 13th 2003 - January 25th 2004)
defeated Goldberg and Kane in a Triple Threat Match (Armageddon, Orlando)
lost to Shawn Michaels in a Last Man Standing Match (Royal Rumble, Philadelphia)

Shawn Michaels (January 25th 2004 - April 11th 2004)
defeated Triple H in a Last Man Standing Match (Royal Rumble, Philadelphia)
lost to Randy Orton in a six man Hell in a Cell Match (Backlash, Phoenix)

Randy Orton (April 11th - August 22nd 2004)
defeated Shawn Michaels in a six man Hell in a Cell match (Backlash, Phoenix)
lost to Chris Jericho (Summerslam, Toronto)

Chris Jericho (August 22nd - November 14th 2004)
defeated Randy Orton (SummerSlam, Toronto)
lost to Orton in a 3 Way match, also featuring HBK (Survivor Series, Chicago)

Randy Orton (November 14th - March 20th 2005)
defeated Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels (Survivor Series, Chicago)
lost to John Cena (WrestleMania 21, Detroit)

John Cena (March 20th - August 7th)
defeated Randy Orton (WrestleMania 21, Detroit)
Lost to Shawn Michaels (Summer Slam, San Juan)

Shawn Michaels (August 7th - Current)
Defeated John Cena (Summer Slam, San Juan)


Intercontinental Championship:
Randy Orton (December 13th 2003 - February 9th 2004)
defeated Rob Van Dam (Armageddon, Orlando)
lost to Chris Jericho (Raw, Green Bay)

Chris Jericho (February 9th - March 14th 2004)
defeated Randy Orton (Raw, Green Bay)
lost to Christian in a 20 Man Battle Royal (WrestleMania XX, New York)

Christian (March 14th - June 14th 2004)
defeated Chris Jericho in a 20 Man Battle Royal (WrestleMania XX, New York)
lost to Matt Hardy (Raw, Albany)

Matt Hardy (June 14th - August 16th 2004)
defeated Christian (Raw, Albany)
lost to Sting (Raw, Detroit)

Sting (August 16th - October 18th 2004)
defeated Matt Hardy (Raw, Detroit)
lost to Matt Morgan (Raw, Kansas)

Matt Morgan (October 18th 2004 - February 7th 2005)
defeated Sting (Raw, Kansas)
lost to Edge (Raw, Boise)

Edge (February 7th - February 28th 2005)
defeated Matt Morgan (Raw, Boise)
lost to Christian via forfeit (Raw, Atlanta)

Christian (February 28th - April 25th 2005)
defeated Edge via forfeit (Raw, Atlanta)
Lost to Rey Mysterio (Raw, New York)

Rey Mysterio (April 25th - Current)
Defeated Christian (Raw, New York)


World Tag Team Championships:
Ric Flair and Batista (December 13th 2003 - February 9th 2004)
defeated Dudley Boyz in a Tag Team Turmoil Match (Armageddon, Orlando)
lost to Dudley Boyz (Raw, Green Bay)

Dudley Boyz (February 9th - March 22nd 2004)
defeated Ric Flair and Batista (Raw, Green Bay)
lost to Garrison Cade and Mark Jindrak in a TLC Match, which also featured Shawn Michaels & Rob Van Dam, Randy Orton & Batista (Raw, Long Island)

Garrison Cade and Mark Jindrak (March 22nd - June 20th 2004)
defeated Dudley Boyz et al in a TLC Match (Raw, Long Island)
lost to Natural Born Thrillers (Bad Blood, Washington D.C)

Natural Born Thrillers (June 20th - July 12th 2004)
defeated Cade and Jindrak (Bad Blood, Washington D.C)
lost to Edge and Christian (Raw, Omaha)

Edge and Christian (July 12th - October 17th 2004)
defeated Natural Born Thrillers (Raw, Omaha)
lost to Booker T & Goldust in a Cage Match (Nemesis, St. Louis)

Booker T & Goldust (October 17th - December 12th 2004)
defeated Edge and Christian in a Cage Match (Nemesis, St Louis)
lost to Ric Flair and Batista (Armageddon, Orlando)

Ric Flair and Batista (December 12th 2004 - April 11th 2005)
defeated Booker T & Goldust (Armageddon, Orlando)
lost to The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (Raw, Sacramento)

The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (April 11th - June 12th 2005)
defeated Ric Flair and Batista (Raw, Sacramento)
Lost to Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak (Bad Blood, Philadelphia)

Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak (June 12th - Current)
Defeated The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (Bad Blood, Philadelphia)


Womens Championship:
Molly Holly (July 28th 2003 - January 26th 2004)
defeated Gail Kim (Raw, Colorado Springs)
lost to Lita (Raw, Rochester)

Lita (January 26th - June 7th 2004)
defeated Molly Holly (Raw, Rochester)
lost to Trish Stratus (Raw, Chicago)

Trish Stratus (June 7th - October 18th 2004)
defeated Lita (Raw, Chicago)
lost to Shaniqua (Raw, Kansas)

Shaniqua (October 18th 2004 - October 17th 2005)
defeated Trish Stratus (Raw, Kansas)
Lost to Trish Stratus (Raw, Toronto)

Trish Stratus (October 17th 2005 - Current)
Defeated Shaniqua (Raw, Toronto)


Hardcore Championship:
Matt Morgan (April 11th 2004 - June 28th 2004)
won a 15 Man, 15 Minute Hardcore Iron Man Match to win the vacant championship (Backlash, Phoenix)
lost to Raven (Raw, Cleveland)

Raven (June 28th - July 26th 2004)
defeated Matt Morgan (Raw, Cleveland)
lost to Rhyno (Raw, Portland)

Rhyno (July 26th - October 11th 2004)
defeated Raven (Raw, Portland)
lost to Rob Van Dam (Raw, Las Vegas)

Rob Van Dam (October 11th - December 27th 2004)
defeated Rhyno (Raw, Las Vegas)
lost to Stevie Richards (Raw, Nashville)

Stevie Richards (December 27th 2004 - January 30th 2005)
defeated Rob Van Dam (Raw, Nashville)
lost to Raven in a Four Way Match (Raw, Los Angeles)

Raven (January 30th - April 11th 2005)
defeated Stevie Richards in a Four Way Match (Raw, Los Angeles)
lost to Rey Mysterio (Raw, Sacramento)

Rey Mysterio (April 11th - April 18th 2005)
Defeated Raven (Raw, Sacramento)
Lost to Batista (Raw, Indianapolis)

Batista (April 18th - June 6th 2005)
Defeated Rey Mysterio (Raw, Indianapolis)
Lost to Hurricane (Raw, Manchester, NH)

Hurricane (June 6th - October 17th 2005)
Defeated Batista (Raw, Manchester, NH)
Lost to Rhyno (Raw, Toronto)

Rhyno (October 17th 2005 - Current)
Defeated Hurricane (Raw, Toronto)



WWE Championship:
Brock Lesnar (September 18th 2003 - June 10th 2004)
defeated Kurt Angle in a 60 Minute Iron Man Match (Smackdown, Raleigh)
lost to Kurt Angle (Smackdown, St. Louis)

Kurt Angle (June 10th - August 22nd 2004)
defeated Brock Lesnar (Smackdown, St. Louis)
lost to Goldberg (SummerSlam, Toronto)

Goldberg (August 22nd - October 17th 2004)
defeated Kurt Angle (SummerSlam, Toronto)
lost to Triple H (Nemesis, St. Louis)

Triple H (October 17th 2004 - March 20th 2005)
defeated Goldberg (Nemesis, St. Louis)
lost to The Rock (WrestleMania 21, Detroit)

The Rock (March 20th - July 3rd 2005)
defeated Triple H (WrestleMania, Detroit)
Lost to Goldberg (Great American Bash, Washington, D.C)

Goldberg (July 3rd - August 7th 2005)
Defeated The Rock (Great American Bash, Washington, D.C)
Lost to Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat Match (Summer Slam, San Juan)

Kurt Angle (August 7th - November 6th 2005)
Defeated Goldberg in a Triple Threat Match (Summer Slam, San Juan)
Lost to Eddie Guerrero in a Fatal Four Way (Survivor Series, Manchester, NH)

Eddie Guerrero (November 6th 2005)
Defeated Angle, Triple H & Lesnar in a Four Way (Survivor Series, Manchester, NH)


United States Championship:
Big Show (October 19th 2003 - February 15th 2004)
defeated Eddie Guerrero (No Mercy, Baltimore)
lost to Billy Gunn (No Way Out, San Francisco)

Billy Gunn (February 15th - April 1st 2004)
defeated Big Show (No Way Out, San Francisco)
lost to Kanyon (Smackdown, Salt Lake City)

Kanyon (April 1st - July 18th 2004)
defeated Billy Gunn (Smackdown, Salt Lake City)
lost to William Regal (Vengeance, Fresno)

William Regal (July 18th - August 22nd 2004)
defeated Kanyon (Vengeance, Fresno)
lost to Benoit in a 3 Way Match, also featuring E. Guerrero (SummerSlam, Toronto)

Chris Benoit (August 22nd - September 23rd 2004)
defeated Regal and E. Guerrero in a Triple Threat Match (SummerSlam, Toronto)
lost to Kanyon (Smackdown, Dallas)

Kanyon (September 23rd - December 9th 2004)
defeated Chris Benoit (Smackdown, Dallas)
lost to Eddie Guerrero (Smackdown; Night of the Championships, Ft. Lauderdale)

Eddie Guerrero (December 9th 2004 - July 3rd 2005)
defeated Kanyon (Smackdown; Night of the Championships, Ft. Lauderdale)
Lost to John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield in a Triple Threat Match (Great American Bash, Washington, D.C)

John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield (July 3rd - Current)
Defeated Eddie Guerrero in a Triple Threat Match (Great American Bash, Washington D.C)


WWE Tag Team Championships:
Basham Brothers (October 23rd 2003 - January 25th 2004)
defeated Los Guerrero's (Smackdown, Albany)
lost to The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (Royal Rumble, Philadelphia)

The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (January 25th - June 10th 2004)
defeated Basham Brothers (Royal Rumble, Philadelphia)
lost to La Resistance (Smackdown, St. Louis)

La Resistance (June 10th - September 2nd 2004)
defeated The Worlds Greatest Team (Smackdown, St. Louis)
lost to Hurricane & Citizen Storm (Smackdown, Tulsa)

Hurricane & Citizen Storm (September 2nd - November 11th 2004)
defeated La Resistance (Smackdown, Tulsa)
lost to Basham Brothers (Smackdown, Cincinnati)

Basham Brothers (November 11th - December 9th 2004)
defeated Hurricane and Citizen Storm (Smackdown, Cincinnati)
lost in a ten team Tag Turmoil match, with Test and Scott Steiner eventually winning the match outright (Smackdown; Night of the Championships, Ft. Lauderdale)

Test and Scott Steiner (December 9th 2004 - January 23rd 2005)
defeated nine teams in a Ten Team Tag Turmoil Match (Smackdown; NOTC, Ft. Lauderdale)
lost to America's Most Wanted in a Fatal Four Way, also featuring La Resistance, and the APA (Royal Rumble, Houston)

America's Most Wanted (January 23rd - March 20th 2005)
defeated Test and Scott Steiner, La Resistance and the APA in a Fatal Four Way match (Royal Rumble, Houston )
lost to The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (WrestleMania 21, Detroit)

The Worlds Greatest Tag Team (March 20th - March 28th)
defeated America's Most Wanted (WrestleMania 21)
forced to vacate titles after being drafted to Raw

Titles Vacant (March 28th - May 15th)

America’s Most Wanted (May 15th - October 20th 2005)
Defeated The Dudley Boyz, La Resistance, and Un-Americans in a 4 Way for vacant belts (Judgement Day, Vancouver)
Lost to Basham Brothers (Smackdown, Vancouver)

Basham Brothers (October 20th 2005 - Current)
Defeated America’s Most Wanted (Smackdown, Vancouver)


Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio (January 6th - April 8th 2004)
defeated Tajiri (Smackdown, Laredo)
lost to Billy Kidman (Smackdown, Hartford)

Billy Kidman (April 8th - May 16th 2004)
defeated Rey Mysterio (Smackdown, Hartford)
lost to Rey Mysterio (Judgment Day, Corpus Christi)

Rey Mysterio (May 16th - July 29th 2004)
defeated Billy Kidman (Judgment Day, Corpus Christi)
lost to Chavo Guerrero (Smackdown, Seattle)

Chavo Guerrero (July 29th - November 14th 2004)
defeated Rey Mysterio (Smackdown, Seattle)
lost to Hurricane (Survivor Series, Chicago)

Hurricane (November 14th - December 9th 2004)
defeated Chavo Guerrero (Survivor Series, Chicago)
lost to Chavo Guerrero (Smackdown; Night of the Champions, Ft. Lauderdale)

Chavo Guerrero (December 9th 2004 - February 13th 2005)
defeated Hurricane (Smackdown; NOTC, Ft. Lauderdale)
lost to Tajiri (No Way Out, Salt Lake City)

Tajiri (February 13th - March 20th 2005)
defeated Chavo Guerrero (No Way Out, Salt Lake City)
lost to Chavo Guerrero in a Six pack Challenge, which also featured Akio, Paul London, Rey Mysterio & Jamie Noble (Wrestlemania 21, Detroit)

Chavo Guerrero (March 20th - May 15th 2005)
defeated Tajiri, Jamie Noble, Akio, Rey Mysterio & Paul London in a Six pack Challenge (WrestleMania 21, Detroit)
Lost to Paul London (Judgement Day, Vancouver)

Paul London (May 15th - November 6th 2005)
Defeated Chavo Guerrero (Judgement Day, Vancouver)
Lost to Jamie Noble via stipulation in an 8 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match (Survivor Series, Manchester NH)

Jamie Noble (November 6th 2005 - Current)
Defeated Paul London via stipulation in an 8 Man Survivor Series Elimination Match (Survivor Series, Manchester NH)
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nice title recap Wolfy, interesting to see that just before I began reading last March, you had Matt Morgan reign as an IC champ for 5 months! Ugh, that would've been terrible.

Anyways, props to the Armageddon banner, and I can't wait for finally Cena to get his hands on HBK again.


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Nice bit of news there, and the next shows should be good ones to come off the back of the ppv
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Excellent news man. And I know it's late, but I will try my best to review Survivor Series, before the year is out, and can you return the favor by either reviewing my StarrCade PPV (already posted) or my upcoming Royal Rumble PPV. Thanks. Looking forward to Raw tomorrow. 1!

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