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RAW; 27th September 2004: Tampa

If last weeks edition of RAW was shocking, then this weeks RAW was off the charts. Right from the outset it looked set to be memorable, even if only for the main event which would see Randy Orton take on Shawn Michaels, but the stand in GM Jesse Ventura still wasn’t happy, so he decided to add another blockbuster match on RAW, Kane vs. Chris Jericho - For the WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP!!!
From then on in it was a roller coaster ride.
Randy Orton & Evolution kicked off the show by publicly demanding that if Randy beat Mick Foley at Nemesis then he should be the #1 Contender for the Heavyweight Title. He then said that he wished Mick Foley was here so he could kick his mangled ass all over Tampa. He then said he realised that Mick wasn’t here because the WWE officials need Foley to stay away to make sure that he cannot get mangled before the event. This then triggered the arrival of Jesse Ventura.
Ventura then told Orton that in this business he needs to pay his dues before he can get cocky, and knows that at Nemesis, the debt collector will be coming to beat those dues out of him.
He then reminded Orton that tonight he is facing someone who paid his dues, and that maybe just for tonight he should be focused on HBK.
After the blockbuster opening minutes to RAW, the action begun, and Edge & Christian defended the Tag Titles against the underrated team of Sean O’ Haire & Chuck Palumbo. After their heinous attack on Goldust last week, E&C still found the funny side, and even done a 5 Second pose, mimicking the battered Goldust and the irate Booker T. E&C retained the titles through the only way that they know how, cheating. After the match, they were again ready to mimic Booker & Goldust, until Booker ran in and ran out E&C. The furious Booker then attacked referee’s who tried to calm him, and even assault many backstage workers who were forced to try and restrain him.
Later in the show, Booker was interviewed and challenged E&C to face him and Goldy at Nemesis. However, E&C responded with a NO for Booker, until Jesse Ventura interrupted the tag champs and accepted the challenge for them. Not only that, but Ventura also added that the Tag Titles would be on the line - inside a STEEL CAGE!! E&C were furious and tried to talk their way out of the match to no avail.
Also, Matt Morgan is still in search of a manager. This week he ran in on the Sting - Raven match and attacked both men ending in a no contest, and made it clear that he wants the I.C Title. Again though, many backstage were seen advising the monster to hire a manager.
The intensity toward the Heavyweight Championship match at Nemesis is also reaching fever pitch. Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels met in the ring this week, and discussed their previous encounters, both pointing out that in 1 on 1 competition, they are tied at 1-1, HBK pinning Y2J at WM XIX, and Jericho beating Michaels on an edition of RAW in July 2003. They then said that this match would settle the score for good, and even SHOOK HANDS!! Is this the calm before the storm, or will the two somehow go into Nemesis on good terms.
Later in the night, Jericho defended the Title against Kane, and after taking a vicious beating for the most part, Jericho scored the victory with an inside cradle. Kane was irate afterwards, tearing apart the ringside area, and also a temper tantrum backstage.
Then it was onto the Mick Foley interview, recorded from Foley’s home at the weekend. In the interview, Foley described Orton as a boy in a mans world, and even challenged Orton’s moniker of Legend Killer. He said that really, all Orton is, is a Veteran Beater. He said that Orton hasn’t really KILLED any LEGEND, and has only beaten washed up veterans. He then claimed that if Orton was to be put in a ring with any of those men in their prime, then he wouldn’t be where he is today, he would just be another jobber. Foley also claimed that if Orton really wants to live in a man’s world, then at Nemesis he will be given the most brutal induction of all time, his good looks will vanish, and his so called reputation will be tarnished forever. He then said that over the next few weeks, you would see the boy in Randy Orton develop more, because Foley has a whole lot of plans up to and including Nemesis. What does this mean for Randy at Nemesis, or even still, over the coming weeks??
Theodore Long also made an appearance on RAW this week, by asking Ventura to give the Brotherhood some recognition. Ventura’s response - The Dudley Boyz and Gail Kim vs. Rodney Mack, O.J and Jazz next week in a Tables Match.
In the main event, Evolution were immediately banned from ringside by Jesse Ventura, and then the action was under way. HBK dominated the early going, but Orton, who seemed a little shaken up by the comments he had heard from Foley earlier in the night, hit a well placed low blow out of the referee’s view to retake control. He began to work on the leg of HBK for a long period, also very Flair-esqe, before applying the signature move of Flair, the Figure Four. HBK reversed the hold, and both men broke after Orton grabbed the ropes. The match then picked up gears as both men went blow for blow, move for move. Then both men began a number of counter pins, before Orton hit an RKO out of nowhere. Somehow HBK kicked out at two. The action continued until HBK accidentally KO’d the referee with Sweet Chin Music. Orton took advantage and levelled HBK with a chair shot, but then the familiar music of MICK FOLEY hit in the arena, causing Orton to lose focus. He was then rolled up by HBK who got the three count and the victory. The music stopped, with Foley nowhere to be seen. Orton was irate. Perhaps this is first part of Mick Foley’s plans, as he prepares to pick apart the mind of Randy Orton, before picking apart his body at Nemesis.
Match Results:

Edge & Christian defeated Sean O’Haire & Chuck Palumbo to retain the World Tag Titles.
Matt Hardy & Lita defeated Christopher Nowinski & Molly Holly
Sting and Raven wrestled to a no contest for the Intercontinental Title after outside interference.
Chris Jericho defeated Kane to retain the World Heavyweight Championship.
Shawn Michaels defeated Randy Orton.


Smackdown; 30th September 2004; Miami:

This weeks Smackdown was another off the hook edition, which saw Triple H’s in ring debut, and a return which you will never believe.
Goldberg was banned from Smackdown this week to ensure that there would no interference in Triple H’s match, however, Goldberg disregarded the request and did indeed turn up at Smackdown during triple H’s in ring time as he picked out his opponent for his match.
After HHH made a number of comments about Goldberg, the last thing he expected to see was the World’s Champion. Goldberg though, failed to make an impact, as HHH ran through the crowd and Goldberg was detained by armed guards and security.
However, in that time, HHH did announce his opponent for later. He talked about the list he had written. He named John Cena, Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle, Big Show, and Brock Lesnar all as possible candidates, but then said he doesn’t have to face the biggest, or the toughest, or the most popular. He could choose, a scrawny, no good, throw away circus freak midget like Rey Mysterio. He then said that this would be the biggest night in Mysterio’s night as he has the opportunity to face the next WWE Champion.
After that announcement. HHH tore into Goldberg, causing the interruption by Goldberg. However, later in the night, HHH would see Mysterio, and would then proceed to make fun of Mysterio’s lack of height, the fact he wears a mask, and also that he thinks he will have a chance against the Game. Mysterio never backed down though from the Game, setting up an interesting scenario for later in the night.
It was announced that Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle will meet 1 on 1 at Nemesis this week. Although Kurt Angle was unable to be at Smackdown, due to his injuries suffered from Lesnar over the last few weeks, Brock and Paul Heyman didn’t miss the opportunity to watch the recent replays of their attacks on the Olympian. This caused Bret Hart to sign the match at Nemesis. Kurt Angle is confirmed to be at Smackdown next week, but his condition will be far from 100%. Will Lesnar be able to take advantage of this chink in the armour of Angle?
The Basham Brothers continued their losing streak this week, as they lost to Rikish & Scotty 2 Hotty. After losing their manager two weeks ago, their slipping form just seems to get worse. Is their a light at the end of the tunnel for the Basham’s?
It also seems like the feud between William Regal and Chris Benoit is still far from over. After Regal cost Benoit the United States Title last week, Benoit cost Regal a match against Eddie Guerrero this week. How will these two settle their differences? Bret Hart claimed he had a solution, and will announce it next week on Smackdown.
In the main event, Triple H faced Rey Mysterio. HHH naturally dominated the most part, but Rey caused HHH a number of problems throughout thanks to his speed advantage. However, HHH looked set to win after nailing a Pedigree, but to his and the whole worlds shock, Mysterio kicked out at TWO!! HHH went for another, but then Goldberg appeared from the crowd distracting Triple H. HHH tried to shrug it off and went for a high knee on Rey, but missed and hit the referee instead. This gave Goldberg a chance to interfere, nailing HHH with a Spear, followed by a Jackhammer. Mysterio then dropped the dial and covered The Game for the shock win.
Afterwards, Goldberg was arrested but got what he wanted, as HHH was livid in the ring.
However, that was not the biggest shock of the night. As mentioned last week, Test & Steiner challenged John Cena to either face them two on one, or find a partner for Nemesis. After Test & Steiner dismantled Paul London & Spanky, they told Cena that he had until the end of the show to come up with an answer.
Cena kept his cards close to his chest throughout the night, not giving away if he had a partner or not, but did say that Test & Steiner would be down and out by the end of the show.
At the close of the show, Test & Steiner called out Cena to give an answer. Cena entered and sparked a brief war of words before telling the two that he would face them at Nemesis, but for tonight he was going to teach them some Basic Thuganomics, him and his partner……….THE ROCK!!!!!
With that. The Rocks music hit and his hometown crowd went wild for the Great One. He and Cena then raced to the ring and proceeded to lay the Smackdown on Test & Poppa Pump, with both hitting a Peoples Elbow, as well as both hitting the 5 Knuckle Shuffle.
To end the show, Rock and Cena shook hands and celebrated with the crowd as Test & Steiner ran out.


Match Results:
Kanyon defeated Lance storm to retain the U.S Championship
Torrie & Kidman defeated Ivory & Bull Buchanan to retain the Inter Gender Titles.
Test & Steiner defeated Spanky & Paul London
Eddie Guerrero defeated William Regal
Rikishi & Scotty 2 Hotty defeated the Basham Brothers
Rey Mysterio defeated Triple H
***** ***** ***** ***** *****

Current Card for WWE Nemesis

Date:
17th October 2004
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Event Music: TBA

Card:

WWE Championship;
Last Man Standing:
Goldberg vs. Triple H

World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels

World Tag Team Championships;
Steel Cage Match:
Edge & Christian vs. Booker T & Goldust

Street Fight:
Mick Foley vs. Randy Orton
Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle

Test & Scott Steiner vs. The Rock & John Cena
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Great update once again man! Nemesis looks great and it will certainly be great..

Rock and Cena..first time teaming up..this will indeed be excellent

Brock and Kurt..no doubt a classic

randy/mick..building up really well..

hbk/y2j..interesting to see who will go into the match as a so so heel..and its also a tough one to call..because you cant let jericho drop the title so early and you cant let hbk loose to y2j especially for the title..so interesting to see the outcome..

steel cage tag match..book and goldi will FINALLY do it and become tag team champs

no vince or bret again...no confrontation or something of the sort
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Good update! Im loving these shows. No Bret/Vince? Whats going on?

Rock and Cena what a team!

Cant wait to see who wins between Y2J and HBK

Also i hope Goldberg loses the title! Would be cool too see Triple H vs The Rock servior series main event.
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The Bret - Vince feud will be building up again in the coming weeks, I've got a few ideas which I hope creates excitement for the feud.

Also, I'm glad you guys are enjoying the current feuds. If anyone is wondering why, I seem to be going back into old feuds from the past, it is because I want to build Nemesis as the PPV where long term enemies settle the scores for good. Get it, Nemesis.

Next weeks reprt will also be up on Friday.
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Thats a good idea! I noticed it was kind of like that when I was reading it and noticing some of the feuds.

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Just to let you know, this weeks update will hopefully be up tonight.
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RAW; 4th October 2004; Sacramento;

This weeks RAW began with a bang, as J.R and King announced at the opening of the show that tonight’s main event would be a six man tag, featuring Evolution vs. Rob Van Dam, Shawn Michaels & the World Champion, Chris Jericho.

The action then got under way, as the Brotherhood faced The Dudley Boyz & Gail Kim in a Tables match, signed by Jesse Ventura last week, after Theodore Long asked for his group to be given some recognition.
They certainly took their chance, as they tried to win the match by any means necessary, and they did. Just as Bubba and D’ Von were setting up Orlando Jordan for a 3D, Theodore made his presence felt, and distracted Bubba, whilst Rodney sneaked into the ring and low blowed D’ Von before he and O.J hit’s a double front slam through the wood for the win.
The Brotherhood quickly bailed, as the Dudleyz and Gail looked on in anger in the ring.
After a commercial break, Evolution made their way to the ring. They addressed the comments made by Mick Foley last week, and Orton responded by showing footage of Triple H destroying a bloody Mick Foley at WrestleMania XX. Orton then showed footage of himself taking out numerous legends, such as Sgt. Slaughter, Moolah, Mark Ruben, and of course, Mick Foley. He then went on to say that Mick Foley five years ago, was a fat, broken down, crazy, son of a bitch, and now he’s fatter, more broken down, and even more crazy for wanting to face him at Nemesis, but more importantly he is too old. He said that Triple H proved it Four years ago, and Triple H proved it at WM, but this time, Randy Orton will not just prove that Mick Foley is over the hill, but he will make sure that it never has to be proved again.
Orton then laughed off some rumours that Foley would be here tonight, saying that Mick Foley has taken a lot of chair shots over the years, but he still isn’t that stupid to come here tonight. Evolution then gave a message to their opponents tonight before leaving the ring.

Booker T made it clear that Edge and Christian’s Tag Title reign may be on it’s last legs this week. He disposed of Christopher Nowinski within minutes, before E&C tried to blind side him. But the fired up Booker T had them scouted and took down both men, before they bailed out and exited through the crowd, before Booker could give out some more punishment.
Then, later in the night, Booker cost Christian the Intercontinental Championship, by eliminating Edge’s interference, and scoring with the BookEnd on the challenger to help Sting retain. With less than two weeks to go until Nemesis, does Booker now hold the advantage going to the Steel cage match at the event?
Also this week, a new diva debuted from Smackdown, making an immediate impact on the RAW diva’s. Shaniqua, who deserted the Basham’s two weeks ago, made her targets known, as she destroyed Lita, Molly and Victoria, as Women’s Champion Trish Stratus looked on from colour commentary. Will Shaniqua make a move for the Women’s Championship, or will she continue to strike fear into the Women’s roster on RAW?

Even after his speech earlier regarding Mick Foley, Randy Orton still seemed on edge, continually looking over his shoulder all night. At one point, he walked around the backstage area with a lead pipe, and even thought he had spotted the Hardcore legend at one stage, and attacked the figure which turned out to be only a lookalike. Orton was visibly shaken by this and quickly walked back towards the Evolution locker room - then, a shadow appeared from the corner, in the shape of Mick Foley!!! He watched as Orton scampered off, Randy never saw Foley though, and still believed that Foley wasn’t here.

Kane was on the rampage this week. Firstly, he told Jesse Ventura that he wanted a better opponent than Maven, and would make his point by slaughtering the Tough Enough winner. He did just that, leaving Maven to require medical attention. Then later, he freaked out backstage, and attacked Tommy Dreamer, Val Venis, Garrison Cade, and Mark Jindrak.

Jesse Ventura also named a blockbuster match for next weeks RAW, announcing Rhyno vs. RVD for the Hardcore Title, after acknowledging that Van Dam never received a rematch for the belt after SummerSlam.

Matt Morgan continued his pursuit of finding a manager, this week asking Theodore Long for advice, but he was turned down by Long. Will the Man Mountain ever find the manager he has been looking for?

Also, preparations for the World Heavyweight Championship Match at Nemesis took full flight this week as both Jericho & Michaels had interviews, with both being determined to beat the other, and prove who is better, once and for all. After the HBK interview, Jericho interrupted and began a staredown with HBK, with neither backing down, would this fragile relationship break down in the main event? We would have to wait and see.

The historic McMahon - Hart match at Survivor Series build up has now reopened. This week on RAW, a sit down interview was conducted with the referee from that fateful night in Montreal, Earl Hebner. He talked about how he went against everything he believed in that night, and to this day regrets it. He talked about the abuse he has suffered from Canadian fans over the years, and said he deserved it, he betrayed his friend, and that is unforgivable. He then said that there is not one night he doesn’t think about Montreal, and there is not one day that he can look at Vince McMahon without punch him for what he conspired to do, but for the sake of his family, he wont punch McMahon, and for that same reason, he done what he done. He finished the interview by looking to the camera and apologised to Bret. Afterward, it was announced that on Smackdown there would also be another interview from a Smackdown star, and next week on RAW, Shawn Michaels would have an interview to talk about Montreal.

Before the main event, Ric Flair & Batista had to literally calm down Randy Orton who seemed to be shaken still from the mind games being played by Mick Foley. It looks like maybe Mick Foley has Orton’s head scrambled, giving him the psychological edge over him going into Nemesis.

The Main Event was another great high flying, technical encounter, which had the crowd on it’s feet for the most part, with neither team getting a big advantage on the other. Tension seemed to be rising between Jericho & HBK as Y2J hit a hard tag on HBK which wasn’t received too well by Michaels, and soon, HBK repaid the favour. The two then pushed one another, before Batista took charge on Y2J, isolating him from his team mates. Evolution then began to control the match, and Orton got into a stride, working on Jericho, until he accidental clocked the referee. Once this happened, the match went into a free for all with all six men brawling. Orton went to the outside and grabbed a steel chair, and took out all of the opposing team, then- Mick Foley’s music hit, just like last week, only this time, the Hardcore Legend did appear, and proceeded to take out both Batista & Flair, leaving him with Orton.
He challenged Orton to take him on, and even with the advantage of a steel chair, Orton ran through the crowd, followed by a smiling Foley.
This left Evolution at a disadvantage, as RVD, Y2J and HBK fought back. RVD nailed Flair with the 5 Star, but Batista then hit a Spinebuster on Van Dam, then he was clocked with Sweet Chin Music from HBK, and Jericho then hit the Lionsault on Batista for the three count.
Afterwards, Michaels grabbed the Heavyweight Title, and presented it to Jericho, almost to say that he will have it soon enough, as the show went off the air with both men going face to face.

Match Results:
Brotherhood defeated Dudley Boyz & Gail Kim in a Table Match
Booker T defeated Christopher Nowinski
Lita, Molly Holly & Victoria wrestled to a no contest after interference.
Sting defeated Christian to retain the Intercontinental Championship.
Kane defeated Maven
Chris Jericho, Shawn Michaels & Rob Van Dam defeated Evolution


Smackdown; 7th October 2004; San Francisco;
An irate Triple H opened this weeks Smackdown with a message for Goldberg, plain and simple, that he would be sorry for making him look bad last week as he guaranteed that Goldberg, wouldn’t leave the arena tonight with power of his legs.

Three titles were on the line this week on Smackdown. Hurricane & Storm retained their belts against La Resistance, Torrie & Kidman retained their Inter Gender titles against Ivory & Bull, & Dawn Marie & A-train in a triple threat match, while Chavo Guerrero used the help from his father to keep hold of the Cruiserweight Championship against Ultimo Dragon.

However, the biggest news of the night came from The Rock, who returned last week to help former enemy, John Cena, as he made an announcement to the people that if they liked what they saw last week, then they are going to love Smackdown every week from now on, because FINALLY, THE ROCK HAS COME BACK……FOR GOOD!!! The arena erupted into a frenzy as Rocky made the announcement that he will be back full time from now on. This announcement was then cut short, as Test & Steiner ambushed The Rock, and double teamed the great one, until John Cena made the save for Rock as Test & Steiner left up the ramp.

Also, it seems like the feud between Chris Benoit & William Regal will come to a head at Nemesis as Bret Hart officially signed a match between the two to settle the score once and for all.

Kurt Angle also returned this week, and in an interview stated that at Nemesis it will be the end of the road for Angle and Lesnar, with the winner being the better man - end of story. He also talked about his injuries and stated that he is good to go, although the expression on his face said differently.

Triple H made his point clear to Rey Mysterio, not only by costing him a match against Rob Conway, but also hitting a Pedigree through the announce table. As EMT’s checked on Mysterio, Triple H said that he hopes Goldberg is watching because this is just a portion of what he will do tonight, and especially at Nemesis.

In the second interview leading up to the McMahon - Hart match at Survivor Series, Pat Patterson defended Vince McMahon, stating that his decision was purely a business decision, and Bret made it personal. He reminded everyone that Bret forced the decision by not being a team player, refusing to do the job, even though he was leaving the company. He then reminded everyone just how bad WWE was doing back then, and Bret showed just how much class he had by asking for a release on his contract to go to the main rival just for more money. He said Vince made Bret Hart a star, WCW made him a joke. He then added that if that is going to be the attitude of your supposed main star, then he deserves it to happen to him. He then said that in the end, Bret turned out to be the loser, and Vince turned out to be a winner, and in his opinion, Vince will win again at Survivor Series.

It was also announced this week, that next week’s main event will see John Cena & The Rock team up for the first time to take on La Resistance.

Goldberg was seen checking on the condition of Mysterio as he was stretchered into an ambulance, before he was interviewed. He made his feelings for Triple H’s actions perfectly clear, telling him that he has no right to attack Mysterio, and then challenged HHH to try and put him out tonight.

This weeks Main event was an 8 Man Tag featuring Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, John Cena & Goldberg against Brock Lesnar, William Regal, Test & Scott Steiner. In a very fast paced encounter, Lesnar & Angle went at it early on, with Angle on top form, blasting Brock with a succession of Belly to Belly suplexes. Regal and Benoit then soon went blow for blow, before chain wrestling, but just as regal looked set to tap, Steiner interfered, and Cena then went after Steiner, but Test helped his tag partner, and began a two on one assault, as the match turned into a mass brawl. Benoit and Regal fought to the back, while Lesnar & Angle fought in the ring. Kurt kicked out of an F5, before Heyman helped Brock make the ropes from the Ankle Lock. Then Lesnar accidentally knocked Heyman off the apron, and walked into an Angle Slam, for Kurt to get the three count.
Meanwhile, Cena was being beat down by Test & Steiner, until The Rock made the save for Cena, with the two chasing Test & Steiner out of the arena.
But, this biggest news from this match was the interference from Triple H, who lured Goldberg to the back before setting the trap of the Big Show who distracted Goldberg for Triple H to attack from behind with the Sledgehammer to the back of the head.
Triple H then stood over a bloody Goldberg, and told him that tonight, he will leave with the power of his legs, but only because Triple H has allowed it, but at Nemesis, he wont have a leg to stand on.
Triple H then shook hands with Show as Smackdown went off the air, with the sight of Goldberg motionless.

Match Results:
Hurricane & Citizen Storm defeated La Resistance to retain the WWE Tag Titles.
Eddie Guerrero defeated Hardcore Holly
Torrie & Kidman retained the Inter Gender Tag Titles by defeating Ivory & Bull, Dawn Marie & A-Train in a Triple Threat Match.
Rob Conway defeated Rey Mysterio
Chavo Guerrero defeated Ultimo Dragon to retain the Cruiserweight Championship.
Kurt Angle, Goldberg, John Cena & Chris Benoit defeated Test, Scott Steiner, William Regal & Brock Lesnar.
***** ***** ***** ***** *****

Current Card for WWE Nemesis
Date:
17th October 2004
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Event Music: Soil, Redefined
Card:

WWE Championship; Last Man Standing:
Goldberg vs. Triple H


World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels


World Tag Team Championships;
Steel Cage Match:
Edge & Christian vs. Booker T & Goldust


Street Fight:
Mick Foley vs. Randy Orton

Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle

Test & Scott Steiner vs. The Rock & John Cena

Chris Benoit vs. William Regal

Let me know your thoughts on this report, and the current card for Nemesis. Next report is up next Friday.

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Yeah this is quite good..
I like where the feuds are going..
E&C/Book-Goldi - This feud has gone a long way. I guess you should end it at Nemesis. And thats a great way to end it. A STEEL CAGE TAG TEAM MATCH. PURE BLOODBATH

Y2J/HBK - Couldnt have thought of a better way to do it

Foley/Orton - Nice angles

Goldberg/Triple H - Its by far the best fued at the moment (apart from the BIG feud)

Angle/Lesnar - Not Bad..Not a lot of detail..but still good..their history makes up for the lack

And FINALLY...Rock-Cena/Test-Steiner - Although it would be good to have them feud with La Resistance...This aint bad either..coz they gotta fight powerful men..Nice feud too.

AND THE BIG ONE:
Bret Hart v Mr. McMahon:
The interviews idea is good. I like the different opinions of the staff. Can't wait to hear (or read) what Shawn Michaels will say, that will really be interesting..Will he support Bret or will he support McMahon?!?!

No storyline for Sting or Eddie..Maybe later on...but i guess they should be involved

Overall..the shows are really going well..I'm sure they would get excellent ratings..
I like the Nemesis card..maybe one more match could fill it up. Keep up the great work WB!
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