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Re: Being The Booker

Wow, wasn't expecting a squash match to kick things of with, IMO not the best place for a squash match to be booked, but atleast Rhyno mauled Dean and is looking going into his war with Kane at Backlash

Haha, typically funny promo from Christian. You're truly exceptional at capturing Christian's character, and this was a good read

Another kinda filler match, was expecting a Booker victory but OJ scoring a cheapish win, signalling that the Brotherhood could well hold the tag titles after Backlash, as they've gotten the push out of all the teams

Awesome promo between DX, Cade looking to take charge but gets little support from the fans. Horsemen are here, and finally HBK breaks his silence! He ain't laying down to be HB-Cade's lackey, thank God! And we have a brawl, now here's Bischoff. Tag match is up now? Awesome...

Great match, tons of action and a real good read here, everyone got some time to shine and amidst a huge brawl HBK cleans house and Flair tries to intervene, but it ends with Rey scoring the win on Carlito, and the faces looking slightly the better heading into Backlash

Ugh Kelly as a reporter? Whatever. Cena has picked Kennedy so I guess Lesnar will choose Conway as the logical selection, pretty funny segment with Kennedy's "nice eyes" joke

Jillian beats Trish? Not cool IMO, but whatever. Hall isn't doing anything right now which kinda seems silly for her to go over Trish

As expected, Lesnar ends up with Conway. Lol

Laree and Hall added to the Women's match is cool, makes it sound remotely entertaining now

Edge is gonna kill Rey, I really hope Edge ends up taking the MITB case as he would actually deserve and work well as a Champion, while Rey shouldn't be champ, ever. Period

Nice main event to end the show, Christian going through the announce table was big, and I can't believe that happened in this kinda match. Lesnar leaves not as the winner, but perhaps the victor as he storms up the ramp, and could the Next Big Thing, be the next WWE Champ? Time will tell

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Raw review

Raw opens with a squash by Rhyno. Dean is getting threated as everyone's little bitch, and i must say that i enjoy seeing that .

It's obvious you know how to use Christian, this promo was just teriffic. The way Christian mocked Todd was extremely funny, and brilliant at the same time.

Orlando scoops up a stolen victory, building up the major fatal fourway tag team match for Backlash. I don't really like Jordan, but oh well, i guess this means the brotherhood won't pick up the titles at Backlash.

Teriffic promo next. I actually don't really like Cade being a part of DX, but that's just me. I especially liked the part of course where Michaels took back the leading spot of DX. Dinsmore and Flair, however, fit well together, i really like them as a team. This promo had everything, and i like the way the Six way tag match was brought forward like this. Really, it's sounds like i'm sucking up, but this was truly a great promo.

Very good six man tag next. The three heels looked to be picking up the win, but in comes Michaels to save the day. I liked how Cade was "angry" with Michaels stealing the spotlight again, very clever, these two look to be breaking up soon.

Good promo next, with Cena being in charachter and a funny skit with Kennedy looking at Kelly's breasts, lol. Kennedy and Cena teaming up against Christian and Tomko and Brock and ??? it's shaping up nicely, can't wait to see who Brock's partner'll be.

Woot, Finlay is coming to Raw .

Trish lost cleanly? Weird choice there, can't say i expected it and i can't really see the reason, maybe Trish is set to lose her title soon?

Good enough promo next. I actually don't like Conway being in the main event tonight, as he doesn't seem to fit in there. But it'll be a good way to hype Kennedy-Conway though (or whatever the match is )

And Bischoff announces a six diva gauntlet match. Does this mean the end of Trish's reign?

Good promo by Edge. He sounded his typical intense, sadistical way and we can only hope he destroys Mysterio at Backlash.

Main Event time. A great ending contest right here. It became chaotic nearing the end, with Lesnar even tapping out. But he miraculously jumps up and delivers the F5! Cena looked like a little bitch there, to be honest. And Lesnar gets the win, probably meaning Cena will retain at Backlash.

Overall : very good show, doing the final hype before Backlash. It should be a great PPV, altough i'm kind of dissapointed it'll be in recap.
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Re: Being The Booker

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match: Fatal Four Way Match:
The A.F.A vs. Brotherhood vs. Booker T & Goldust vs. United Nations

WWE Womens Championship; 6 Diva Gauntlet Match:
Trish Stratus vs. Lita vs. Alexis Laree vs. Jazz vs. Jillian Hall vs. Molly Holly

I Quit Match for the Money in the Bank Contract:
Rey Mysterio vs. Edge

Grudge Match:
Shawn Michaels & Garrison Cade vs. Ric Flair & Nick Dinsmore

One on One:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Rob Conway

In ring return of a Monster:
Kane vs. Rhyno
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Re: Being The Booker

Won't be able to leave a review for Raw but will make sure i do leave one for Backlash.

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Christian vs. Brock Lesnar-Don't see Cena losing the title to either of these two, i think that Cena will lose it to Orton later on in the year.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin- Not too sure on this one, but Carlito has had the title for a little while now and i see the title changing hands.

World Tag Team Championships Match: Fatal Four Way Match:
The A.F.A vs. Brotherhood vs. Booker T & Goldust vs. United Nations

WWE Womens Championship; 6 Diva Gauntlet Match:
Trish Stratus vs. Lita vs. Alexis Laree vs. Jazz vs. Jillian Hall vs. Molly Holly-Don't see Trish losing the title just yet

I Quit Match for the Money in the Bank Contract:
Rey Mysterio vs. Edge I think you might suprise us with an Edge victory, but i would expect Mysterio to win the MITB back.

Grudge Match:
Shawn Michaels & Garrison Cade vs. Ric Flair & Nick Dinsmore-Gonna go with the same ending as Deadman here with Garrison tagging himself in and making the pinfall to get the bragging rights that he won the match for DX

One on One:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Rob Conway-Easy one here

In ring return of a Monster:
Kane vs. Rhyno-Kane is making his return so i think this will be an obvious victory here.
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Re: Being The Booker

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match: Fatal Four Way Match:
(Championships Vacant)
The A.F.A vs. Brotherhood vs. Booker T & Goldust vs. United Nations

WWE Womens Championship; 6 Diva Gauntlet Match:
Trish Stratus vs. Lita vs. Alexis Laree vs. Jazz vs. Jillian Hall vs. Molly Holly

I Quit Match for the Money in the Bank Contract:
Rey Mysterio vs. Edge

Grudge Match:
Shawn Michaels & Garrison Cade vs. Ric Flair & Nick Dinsmore

One on One:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Rob Conway

In ring return of a Monster:
Kane vs. Rhyno
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Re: Being The Booker

Sad to see this will be in recap form, but I'll still drop a line on it. Great card IMO for a single brand PPV.

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match: Fatal Four Way Match:
(Championships Vacant)

The A.F.A vs. Brotherhood vs. Booker T & Goldust vs. United Nations

WWE Womens Championship; 6 Diva Gauntlet Match:
Trish Stratus vs. Lita vs. Alexis Laree vs. Jazz vs. Jillian Hall vs. Molly Holly

I Quit Match for the Money in the Bank Contract:
Rey Mysterio vs. Edge

Grudge Match:
Shawn Michaels & Garrison Cade vs. Ric Flair & Nick Dinsmore

One on One:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Rob Conway

In Ring Return of a Monster:
Kane vs. Rhyno

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World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match: Fatal Four Way Match:
(Championships Vacant)
The A.F.A vs. Brotherhood vs. Booker T & Goldust vs. United Nations

WWE Womens Championship; 6 Diva Gauntlet Match:
Trish Stratus vs. Lita vs. Alexis Laree vs. Jazz vs. Jillian Hall vs. Molly Holly

I Quit Match for the Money in the Bank Contract:
Rey Mysterio vs. Edge

Grudge Match:
Shawn Michaels & Garrison Cade vs. Ric Flair & Nick Dinsmore

One on One:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Rob Conway

In ring return of a Monster:
Kane vs. Rhyno


Looks like a very solid card. Sad to see the PPV will be in recap form, as some of the matches, expecially the main event, could have been amazing. In any case, you can expect a review mate.

Booking Credentials
# Captain of Team Oceania- 2007 BTB World Cup
# Breakout Star of 2006
# Third in WF's Favourite Booker Award 2006
# 5th in the First Annual BTB Promo Tourmament
# Best New Booker x1
# Best New BTB x1
# Most Improved Match Writer x1
# Best Used Wrestler x1
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Just as a note - Backlash is in recap, but it's a pretty long one, more like a condensed full PPV tbh. I didnt write it in full due to a lack of time, and the fact that I'm not expecting many reviews these days, so I'm not wasting peoples time or my own for that matter, writing a full PPV and getting reviews I cant return.

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I'm not going to post a preview for Smackdown, and instead, I'll just go ahead and post it.

Smackdown: April 27th; Boise

The show opens with the tag team championships match, with Charlie Haas and Matt Hardy challenging AMW. They have a great even match up, with neither team taking on the heel role. The finish comes as Matt Hardy sets up Harris for the Twist of Fate, and nails it. Hardy looks for the cover, 1...2...HAAS BREAKS THE COUNT!!?? Matt looks bewildered with his partner as Haas suddenly goes berserk, and beats on Hardy, pummelling the US Champion, causing the match to end in a no contest. Haas locks in the Haas of Pain, and refuses to let it go for what seems like an eternity, until referees and officials pull him away, leaving Hardy a crumbled mess.

After the commercial, Chris Benoit enters the arena, and comes to the ring, immediately calling out Kurt Angle. Angle obliges, and the two men have a war of words in the ring, with Angle stating that Benoit is only WWE Champion because Kurt allowed it. He then tells Benoit to be very afraid, because his focus is now fully on winning back the title. He then goes on to try and get inside Benoits mind, reminding him that he beat Benoit in October to retain the title whilst his thoughts were only on getting Bret into the ring. Benoit tells Angle to bring it, insisting that he is facing a totally different man than the one he defeated at Nemesis.
The two look set to fight it out, when Angle decides to leave the ring, smiling as he backs up the ramp. Then, Paul Heymans music plays, and the GM smugly announces that Angle and Benoit will face each other inside of a solid fifteen foot high steel cage at Judgement Day. Angle nods and smiles, whilst Benoit looks unfazed.

Next up, Kid Kash faces Tajiri for the third consecutive week, with the two yet to finish off a match, with the Cruiserweight Title on the line again. However, the match barely even gets under way, as the Mexicools once again disrupt proceedings, and take out the two men, almost identically to last week.

Backstage, Josh Matthews interviews Charlie Haas. Haas explains his turn on Hardy earlier in the night, laughing at the fact that Hardy thought he could replace Shelton Benjamin as his tag team partner. Haas then says that if Shelton can go on to bigger and better things on Raw, he can do the same on Smackdown. Haas then officially announces he is no longer interested in being a tag team competitor, and is now craving singles gold.

The Undertaker make his Smackdown in ring debut, making short work of Chris Masters, finishing him off with the Tombstone. After the match, Chris Jericho comes out onto the ramp and taunts Taker, even at one point, trying to roll his eyes back, as Jericho continues his strange behaviour as he becomes obsessed with The Deadman, ahead of the Casket match on May 14th.

We then see RVD barge into Paul Heymans office, and furiously asks about the continued saga with getting Sabu a contract. Once again though, Heyman reveals that the board of directors will not allow a livewire like Sabu to be contracted to them. Heyman though, then smiles, and tells RVD he has a way for them to get their match, and reveals that he can sign an Unsanctioned fight between RVD and Sabu at Judgment Day, with the only thing stopping that being Sabu accepting. RVD finally looks relieved, and states that Sabu WILL show at Judgment Day.

Backstage, we see Triple H approach Batista, who faces Paul London later. Batista though, stops The Game before he speaks, and tells HHH that tonight he’ll destroy London - not for Triple H, but for himself. At first, Triple H looks a little angry, but then shows a smile, seeing the fire in Batista.

The Rock faces Jamie Noble, and after winning the match, JBL tells him he’s pulled some strings and that Rock isn’t done yet. The Basham’s make their way to the ring for a Handicap Match, which Rock picking up the win surprisingly and motioning for JBL to “Just Bring It”.

Steve Romero interviews The Mexicools, who tell Romero they are here to firstly take over the Cruiserweight division, then, they are planning to take over Smackdown. The trio then mess with Romero, pulling his tie off, throwing his jacket over his head, and give him a wedgie.

Further backstage, a recovering Kid Kash looks irate, and mutters that ‘we’ll see about that’.

The Spirit Squad defeat The Dudley Boys in a table match to become #1 Contenders to the tag team titles, stealing the win, after D’ Von put Mitch through a table, only for the referee to be distracted by Nicky, whilst Bubba brawled with Kenny on the outside, allowing Johnny and Mikey to attack D’ Von, and eventually switch Mitch with D’ Von, making it look like he went through the table, and the referee buys it, calling for the bell, giving The Spirit Squad the victory.
AMW sit on commentary during the match, and afterwards, they have a staredown with Nicky, Johnny and Mikey, holding the titles high in the air, holding their ground, showing no fear of the five man group.

Backstage, JBL complains to Paul Heyman, saying he wants Rock to pay and asking Heyman to make another handicap match for next week, this time with JBL and The Cabinet vs. The Rock; Heyman declines and says he has a better idea on what to do with this thing, he makes JBL vs. The Rock at Judgement Day. JBL is less than thrilled.

In the main event, Paul London takes on Batista. Despite the major clash of styles and size difference, they manage to have a half decent match up, and despite London looking to be on the cusp of a huge push, Batista dominates the majority, and looks set to win, going for the dreaded Batista Bomb, only for London, to roll out, and roll Batista up, 1...2...3!!!
London scores the win, against the odds!!! Paul London celebrates his win for a split second, before he is flattened by Batista, with a big clothesline. Batista now delivers a big Batista Bomb, before Triple H saunters out onto the stage, carrying his trusty Sledgehammer. He walks down the ramp, and tells Batista his work is done, which Batista doesn’t take too kindly, as The Game sizes up London, running through him with the hammer to the gut. London rolls around, holding his abdomen, and spits up blood, as we see Batista slowly leave the ring, irate that Triple H just ran in and took over. The Game slams the hammer into the mid section of London again, before following up, and delivering a Pedigree, putting the exclamation mark on the beating, as the show goes off the air, Triple H standing tall.


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Current Card for WWE Judgement Day
Date: 14th May 2006
Location: Bradley Centre; Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Event Music: This Fire Burns; Killswitch Engage

WWE Championship: Steel Cage Match:
Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle

WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
America’s Most Wanted vs. Spirit Squad

Casket Match:
The Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho

Grudge Match:
Triple H vs. Paul London

Un Sanctioned Challenge:
Sabu vs. Rob Van Dam

One on One:
John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield vs. The Rock



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Will be working on a review for Smackdown.
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Re: Being The Booker

I knew Haas would turn on Hardy, you seem to be giving Haas a US title chance now for the next SD! PPV, should produce a good match with Matt Hardy IMO. Benoit/Angle in a Steel Cage? Meh, could've had a better stip as Cage matches are getting a tad boring, but whatever, I'm sure with these two it'll be a classic anyways

Mexicools again invade and beat Kash/Tajiri. Possible six man tag with another CW to join Kash & Tajiri against the Mexicools to take place at JD? I knew Haas wants a US title chance, and I'm sure he'll get it. Taker beats Masters, yet Jericho continues to try and play mind games with Taker. Casket match should be great

RVD/Sabu in an Unsanctioned Match at JD? Gonna be one nasty, ECW style match IMO, and I can't wait. About time this was made, even if it was in controversial fashion. I don't want to see Batista pushed, but I think you'll push him when Rock leaves after Summerslam for his few months off, Batista will fill the void, even tho I ain't keen on it. Rock manages to beat all of the Cabinet, a definate match between him and JBL seems to be in the works for JD

The CW rebellion against the Mexicools seems to be ready as Kash makes the first motion with his words that they've got a fight on their hands. SS beat the Dudleyz again? Ugh. AMW vs SS at JD seems likely now, I pray to God that the Spirit Squad aren't going to be the team that beats AMW, what a blotch that would be for them

I thought we'd see JBL vs Rock at JD, and I was right. Should be a good match. Batista/London main event ruined by The Game who kills London with the Sledgehammer, poor guy. Adds to the London/Trips match at JD some more

Good recapped show Wolf.

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