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Old 03-07-2008, 08:46 PM   #2251 (permalink)
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Oh sure, steal my PPV and utilize it in a more creative way. I don't care. I don't mind. Shit. Fucker.

Honestly though, bravo. I only wish I thought of that first. PPV schedule looks good, and against your norm, you'll finally be adding a February PPV. I've actually decided to do the same. Still keeping a SNME pre-Mania? I am. And ironically, my pre-Mania PPV is a PPV stolen from you, much like yours is from me! It is, however, a show I've been previously using on television. Boy, that wasn't a give away.

So I'm really looking forward to the SummerSlam card, but of course, even in recap, mine has already demolished yours. Again, gonna drop my thoughts on the last couple months of stuff with my predics. Should be up day after tommorrow, as I'll be finishing up Szumi and my own next post tonight.
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Old 03-07-2008, 08:58 PM   #2252 (permalink)
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I love how NatureBoy makes a post about himself even in another BTB!

Wolfy, about that review, I have been through a rough week so don't expect it anytime soon. The way it is going, it looks like I might have to hold off until Summerslam. Sucks, but you understand.
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PPV schedule looks good and I love that you have added SuperBrawl as the Feb. PPV. Should be cool and I think it may take the place of SNME and it will be similar to SNME where there probably won't be any major title changes. I hope that you are posting more of a preview instead of just a PPV card. Looking forward to seeing how SummerSlam will be hoping for Brock vs. CC as the Raw main event.
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SUMMERSLAM PREVIEW


Date:
20th August 2006
Location: Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA
Event Music: Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Dani California & Godsmack, The Enemy


World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Christian vs. Brock Lesnar
With Brock Lesnar decimating Rey Mysterio, putting the biggest little man on the shelf, just to earn a title shot at the hottest event of the summer, his desire to become a five time world champion is unquestionable. Meanwhile, ‘Captain Charisma’ has also carved himself a reputation as a fighting champion, defending the title in numerous circumstances, setting the tone for a highly anticipated championship match.
Over the weeks on Raw leading to August 20th, Brock Lesnar would continue on his path of destruction, firstly taking out Tyson Tomko, and then put the championship match itself in doubt, carrying out a vicious assault of the champion, ending the attack with an F5 against the ring post, shattering the knee of Christian.
Captain Charisma vowed not to give up his title without a fight, and despite doctors prognosis and advice, Christian declared that the match WILL go ahead as scheduled. And after taking a week off, with six days remaining until the event, Christian made a stunning return to Raw, gaining a measure of revenge on Lesnar, surprising The Iron Man with his unscheduled appearance, and sent a message to his challenger with two blistering chair shots, scrambling the brains of Lesnar. Will Christians knee hold up in Anaheim?? Will Brock Lesnar power his way to the gold?? Who walks out of SummerSlam with the title??


WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
Spirit Squad vs. Paul London & Brian Kendrick

The first ever five set of tag team champions have held onto the titles for three months by hook or by crook against long since established tandems such as Americas Most Wanted and The Dudley Boys, but now face the challenge of a fresh new duo, comprising of ‘The Golden Boy’ Paul London and ‘Spanky’ Brian Kendrick.

Having come off the back of a hard fought loss to Kurt Angle in a 2/3 Falls match at the Great American Bash, Paul London found himself thrown in the deep end with Kenny of the Spirit Squad, and found himself on the losing side once again, thanks to Mikey, Johnny, Mitch and Nicky, who assisted Kenny to a victory over the rising star. The following week however saw Paul London gain a measure of revenge, overcoming the odds of the Squad to score a win over Johnny, before feeling the numbers game, as a 5 on 1 beating ensued.
But London wasn’t done. Paul Heyman decided to give London an opportunity to hurt the Spirit Squad where it mattered most - their titles - and gave London and a partner of his choosing an opportunity at taking on the Spirit Squad for the titles at Summerslam, if London could find a partner, and also defeat the Spirit Squad in a non title match.
London duly obliged, and found his partner - Brian Kendrick. The new duo got off to a terrific start, shocking the champions with a victory, setting up a title match in just two days time, at Summerslam. Have the Spirit Squad used all their good fortune?? Are London & Kendrick the men to take the titles?? Or will the Spirit Squads numbers advantage prove too much??



No Holds Barred:
Shawn Michaels vs. Garrison Cade

After making his former mentors life hell for four months, on August 20, it will be time for young Garrison ‘HB’ Cade to either put up, or shut up. Following his devilish heel turn on Shawn Michaels at Backlash, and his subsequent union with the Horsemen (Ric Flair and Nick Dinsmore), Cade has grown in stature, and confidence. No longer the goof ball, the running man, or the joker, Cade has made it his mission to drive HBK out of Raw and the WWE, and up until this point, he’s came very close.

Having scored a cheap victory against Michaels in a First Blood Match at Unforgiven in June, Cade began to leave himself at arms length of Michaels, frustrating The Showstopper, continuously turning down proposals of a rematch, as it was revealed that for Michaels to gain a rematch, he would have to pass a test. And that would be revealed that Michaels would be unable to lay a hand on his adversary. This led to Cade throwing HBK out of a battle royal, with Michaels defenceless. It would later be revealed that was only phase one. In future weeks, Michaels would continue to be degraded by his former protégé, with Cade forcing Michaels to officiate a match between Cade and Michaels former partner, Marty Jannetty, in which HB-Cade destroyed the former Rocker.
And, after vanquishing Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels would have his match, at Summerslam, with no outside interference, with no holds barred. Just teacher and student, one on one. The torch wont be passed at Summerslam from Michaels to Cade … but it could well be taken by the youngster.



One on One:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle

A star has been rising on Smack down - and his name is Batista. Ever since he was drafted to Smackdown in April, The Animal has slowly been ripping off the shackles from his days in Evolution. He refused to listen to any orders from his former leader Triple H, and was a whisker away from becoming the 2006 King of the Ring, as the fans began to accept The Animal as one of their own. And in that role, he has grown and grown, with Kurt Angle now firmly in his sights.

Whilst the star of Batistas begins to rise … the star of Kurt Angle has been in freefall in 2006. He suffered a humiliating defeat at WrestleMania, submitting to the 50 year old frame of Bret Hart, then, as he looked to bounce back, he tapped out to Chris Benoit at Judgment Day, before losing a Clash of the Champions ‘05 rematch to Shawn Michaels at the ‘06 event. He went on to lose once more to rising star, Paul London, before gaining redemption in a 2/3 Falls Match at the Great American Bash, despite losing the first fall. With his own career in freefall, at a crossroads, Angle had eyed the opportunity to wrestle for the vacated WWE title at Summerslam as his chance to move back into the right direction. He fell at the first hurdle of an eight man tournament … to Batista.
And following that loss, Angle took it upon himself to cost Batista that very opportunity the following week, gaining himself a new enemy. The two men agreed to meet at Summerslam, in what can only be described as the ultimate crossroads match. Angle wins, and he could be back on track, with the WWE Championship back firmly on his radar. Lose, and Angle continues his slide to anonymity, falling further down the ladder. Batista wins, and he gets to use the Olympian as a stepping stone on his own path to superstardom. Lose, and Batista finds himself back at the bottom, with everything to prove.



WWE Intercontinental Championship Match; Fatal Four Way:
Finlay vs. Nick Dinsmore vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito

Following his quick rise to the Intercontinental Championship, Finlay has found himself with a wealth of challengers. The veteran thus far has fought back all challenges to his title, but now, faces the very real prospect of losing the title without being pinned.

Meanwhile, the 2006 King of the Ring, Mister Kennedy, has plotted his route to the top of the mountain, and it includes the capture of the Intercontinental title along the way. Kennedy now has that opportunity at Summerslam, after weeks of chasing his shot.
Nick Dinsmore has shot to stardom under the guidance of Ric Flair, even almost capturing the World Championship in July. Despite that setback, Dinsmore now has his sights set on the coveted Intercontinental Championship. And given the wealth of knowledge given to him by Flair, surely we can expect dirty tricks from the Horseman on his quest to claim the title.
Then, there is Carlito. The man from the Caribbean finds himself in with an opportunity of winning the Intercontinental Championship, despite having not won a singles match since WrestleMania, ironically, when he was the I.C Champion. Since March 26th, Carlito has been getting acquainted with the arena lights, suffering loss after loss, after loss.
The journey that has brought these four men together at Summerslam started on July 31st, as Finlay defended his title in a triple threat match, against Carlito and the King Of The Ring. As things began to go against the champion, with his Little Bastard getting caught trying to help him, it looked like his days as champion were numbered. However, an unlikely assist from Horsemen member, Nick Dinsmore saved the Irishman, and his title.
Later, a meeting between the two backstage would reveal Finlay and Dinsmore had conspired together for Finlay to retain the title, on the condition that the Prodigy would receive a title shot the following week. That plan though, heavily backfired, as a furious Carlito and Mister Kennedy would scupper that match, ending the match in a no contest. This of course, led to the announcement of the fatal four way, to take place at Summerslam.
With just six days until the Hottest Event of the Summer, Mister Kennedy and Carlito would team together against the tag team champions, MNM, but any chance of double gold was ruined by Finlay and Dinsmore, who attacked the challengers. Then, in a surprising twist, The Prodigy would then turn on his ally, Finlay, clocking the champion with his own belt, standing tall, above his three opponents, just six days from Summerslam. Can Dinsmore do the same at Summerslam??



WWE Championship Match; Tournament Final:
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho

Due to the injury suffered by WWE Champion, Chris Benoit, following the Great American Bash, he was forced to vacate the title, creating an opportunity for an eight man tournament to crown a new champion, with the tournament culminating at Summerslam. Immediately following Paul Heymans announcement of the eight man contest, JBL was in uproar, believing a tournament shouldn’t be needed, but instead, a presentation for him to be anointed the new champion. Heyman of course, refused this request, reminding the Wrestling God that he lost at the Bash, and would need to earn his chance for the title. JBL wasn’t the only unhappy party. Mister Money in the Bank Edge, was furious to be left out of the tournament altogether. Heyman used the reasoning that Edge already has Money in the Bank, but Edge retorted by claiming he was going to cash in tonight, only there is no champion to cash in against. This swayed Heyman into changing his mind over Edge’s participation, and the GM placed Edge into the match between RVD and Matt Hardy, making that first round match up a triple threat contest.

The eight man tournament started in earnest, with two former champions going head to head, as Chris Jericho repeated the feat from the Bash, defeating Kane, progressing to the Semi Finals. That would be followed by Batista providing an upset against Kurt Angle, whilst Rob Van Dam would come through a tricky triple threat match against Matt Hardy and Edge, and JBL, despite his protests, also advanced, eliminating Paul London.
In the semi finals, Kurt Angle would cost The Animal a golden opportunity, avenging his loss the previous week, as Chris Jericho took full advantage to book his passage into the final match at Summerslam, and despite Jamie Noble, Danny Basham and Doug Basham trying to seal JBL’s place in the final, Rob Van Dam would overcome the odds, and book himself a chance to win his first ever WWE Championship.
So, now that the match is set, and the emotions are high, which of these two great superstars will rise to prominence, and become the NEW WWE Champion at Summerslam??


Gauntlet Match:
Triple H vs. The Brotherhood

Following the move of Edge to Smackdown, Eric Bischoff negotiated the biggest switch to Raw … since Triple H initially moved to Raw in the Summer of 2002, and once again, it would be Triple H grabbing the spotlight. After his shocking return to Monday Nights, The Game appeared to have a new found drive in the old new surroundings, and the goal was simple … reclaim the World Heavyweight Championship.

Eric Bischoff was keen to deliver … but unfortunately for both The Game and the General Manager, that would not be happening. Due to a direct order from the chairman himself, Mr. McMahon, Triple H wouldn’t receive a World title opportunity under any circumstance. As the mystery of why this was, many speculated it was down to the demolition of Shane McMahon at WrestleMania by The Game, with reports surfacing that Shane was still suffering the effects of the beating he was given in March.
Speculation though, wasn’t enough for Triple H, and he wanted answers. The Game demanded that Vince McMahon himself show up on Raw to explain those actions, and on July 24th, those answers were set to be revealed … until something else happened. **This was really something I was proud of, as I actually let a real life event over ride what happened on this particular date, and re-shaped the show to suit what happened**. Vince McMahon wouldn’t show up on Raw, due to the swirling rumour that his daughter, Stephanie, had gone into labour. Not only that, but Triple H was also said to be missing from the arena, as it was assumed he was on the trail of McMahon on his quest for answers *obviously to cover the real reason - he was with Stephanie in labour*, as updates were given through the evening 1) Stephanie gave birth, 2) Triple H had apparently shown up at the hospital in pursuit of Vince, but was hauled out by security. The in ring meeting between Vince and HHH would be postponed for the following week.
And this time it did happen, and the revelations would be shocking. McMahon seemingly alluded to the rumour that the no title shot ruling was strictly down to the annihilation of his son at WrestleMania, commenting that he ‘was sick of Triple H messing with his family’. However, The Game finally clicked what the vendetta was over. He argued that the grudge wasn’t to do about Shane, but in fact it was-
But before he could blurt out his reason, McMahon stopped him in his tracks, warning HHH not to say ‘it’. By now, Triple H didn’t care. Simply shaking his head, the Cerebral Assassin would reveal HE is the father of the new born McMahon child!!! This sent McMahon into overdrive, not wanting the truth to ever be known, and promised to make The Games life hell, promising he’d never EVER be a World Champion again. Triple H’s answer … promising to make McMahons life just as hellish, guaranteeing that he WILL be World Champion again, before delivering a Pedigree.
So, with the truth in the open, and the wrestling story being that The Game and Stephanie had a final fling in December, just a one night stand, which created the child, Vince McMahon looked to make good his promise on making life hell for the father of his grandchild, immediately setting up a match the following week with Shelton Benjamin - now of The Brotherhood, against HHH. The result wouldn’t be important, as the group, under orders from McMahon, destroyed the nine time world champion, as a Gauntlet match was announced, to take place at Summerslam. And with six days until the event, The Game would face the worlds strongest man, the muscle behind the Brotherhood, Mark Henry, with the result, once again, not important, as another beating was dished out, as McMahons plan to punish and destroy the Game unfolding.


WWE United States Championship Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Edge

Immediately following his move to Smackdown, Mister Money in the Bank found himself an old adversary in the shape of the now two time United States Champion, Matt Hardy. The two clashed on Edge’s debut on Smackdown, with a war of words, which then escalated at the Great American Bash, as following his awesome ladder match, reclaiming the U.S Title, Matt Hardy found himself the victim of an attack from the briefcase holder, as Edge looked to prove his dominance over what he referred to as ‘a failed tag team wrestler’. Hardy though, wasn’t done. After both were eliminated from the WWE Championship tournament, they changed their focus onto one another, resulting in Edge gaining a title opportunity by defeating Matt Hardy in a tag team contest, and nonchalantly declared his focus is on winning the WWE Title, but will take the United States Title at Summer slam “Because I can”. Will the Rated ‘R’ Superstar simply brush past Matt Hardy?? Or will Edge be the victim of a cruel twist of fate, courtesy of the United States Champion??




Mick Foley promises to bring back ‘the good old days’…
Mick Foley has been causing quite a stir in recent months. The former WWE Champion, former Commissioner, and former General Manager of Raw has been perplexing the fans and experts alike with cryptic promos, talking about studying fan reaction, gauging what the fans want etc. Bizarrely, Foley even almost turned the fans against him, after a match on Raw between Rob Conway and Val Venis in which the fans were decidedly quiet, he came to the ring, and asked the fans why do they bother to come, when they wont even cheer??
As the weeks have went on, Foley has seemingly became more manic, as he believed to have the answer, and believed he had found the remedy to ‘bring back the good old days’, which would be revealed at Summerslam. Quite what Foley has in mind is anyone’s guess, but at Summerslam, all will become clear … hopefully.



… AND … THE MAIN EVENT …



Hell in a Cell Match:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton

Quite simply, the feud between John Cena and Randy Orton will end inside the ominous structure, known as Hell in a Cell. After two previous WrestleMania meetings, the rivalry has escalated, and escalated. Now, after rumbling for 18 months, the final chapter of the John Cena, Randy Orton story will be written at Summerslam.

After John Cena beat Randy Orton to win his first World Title at WrestleMania 21, The Legend Killer made it his goal to gain a rematch, to gain redemption, to regain the title. And at WrestleMania 22, he earned that opportunity, but for the second year in a row, John Cena would overcome the determined Randy Orton, and retain the title. Following the defeat, Orton was soon informed he’d now be in for a long wait to challenge for the title again. But now, Randy Ortons goal would change. Now, Ortons goal wasn’t to reclaim the coveted title, but instead, he just wanted Cena, and made it his mission to wreck the career of his most fierce rival, regardless of the cost.
At Backlash, Randy Orton cost John Cena the title, sparking a fire under Cena, as the two began to take any opportunity that they could to get their hands on each other. Any attempts to diffuse the situation from Eric Bischoff backfired, as the two men failed to co-exist, despite winning as a team at Clash of the Champions, which resulted in a title shot for Orton, in a match where John Cena was appointed the guest referee. Unsurprisingly, Cena cost Orton the match, and the bitterness continued to escalate.
Over the following two weeks, Orton bloodied Cena, costing him a chance to gain a championship match, and Cena repaid the favour to Orton, setting the stage for an unholy in ring meeting to open Raw the following Monday. The two came face to face, nose to nose, and neither uttered a single word. Instead, the two men brawled. Orton and Cena fought in the ring, at ringside, through the crowd, backstage, in the locker rooms, back into the entrance way, before the momentum of both men took them off the side of the stage, crashing into the rubble ten feet below.
By now, Eric Bischoff had enough. With neither man at Raw the following week, the General Manager of Raw took to the ring, and ordered that the feud would end at Summer slam … inside HELL IN A CELL. It would be Ortons third visit to Hell, and Cenas first. Providing an apt setting to end such a hate filled rivalry between two of the hottest properties in wrestling. Given the volatile situation between the two rivals, the following weeks contract signing didn’t go as Bischoff had intended. Again, neither man said a word as they signed the contract for Hell in a Cell, before ERUPTING into another brawl. This time however, two dozen police officers stormed the ring, and held both men apart, cuffing the two foes.
Having seen that they couldn’t co-exist, Bischoff then placed an arena ban on both men until Summerslam, as we got two separate home interviews from both Cena and Orton, regarding the match at Summerslam, setting the tone for what was to come. However, with just six days remaining until Hell in a Cell, both Cena and Orton broke their curfew, and both hit the ring to close the show, with an epic showdown, which DIDN’T result in violence, as they both promised to do whatever it takes to have their arm raised at Summerslam, before Eric Bischoff ordered security to the ring, before things could break down.
The stage is set, hell await’s the two men, as the third and final part of the Cena - Orton trilogy takes place on August 20th. This year, for these two men, Summerslam will not just be the hottest event of the summer … it will be hotter than hell.


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Summerslam WILL be posted in FULL
March 17th 2008
So here is the card, if you wish to copy and paste for predictions. Especially for those of you just looking to boost your post count. I know you’re out there


Official Card for WWE Summer Slam
Date: 20th August 2006
Location: Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA
Event Music: Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Dani California & Godsmack, The Enemy


WWE Championship Match; Tournament Final:Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho


World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Christian vs. Brock Lesnar


WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
Spirit Squad vs. Paul London & Brian Kendrick


WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;
Fatal Four Way:
Finlay vs. Nick Dinsmore vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito


WWE United States Championship Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Edge


One on One:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle


No Holds Barred:
Shawn Michaels vs. Garrison Cade


Gauntlet Match:
Triple H vs. The Brotherhood


Hell in a Cell Match:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton
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You know I want to boost my post count! I don't have a massive insight in to the history of this thread so this is purely guesswork on my part.

WWE Championship Match; Tournament Final:Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho



World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Christian vs. Brock Lesnar



WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
Spirit Squad vs. Paul London & Brian Kendrick



WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;
Fatal Four Way:
Finlay vs. Nick Dinsmore vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito



WWE United States Championship Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Edge



One on One:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle



No Holds Barred:
Shawn Michaels vs. Garrison Cade



Gauntlet Match:
Triple H vs. The Brotherhood



Hell in a Cell Match:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton

You say it was Orton's third outing in the Hell in A Cell match, what was his second encounter other than his 2005 match at Armageddon? I would like to read it.
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Wolf I will review Summerslam when it is posted... it is looking awesome and really cannot wait!
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Bradley - Ortons other two outings in HIAC where Backlash 2004, and the Royal Rumble in 2005. This thread began in 2004, so he never competed in that Armageddon HIAC.
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World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

Christian has had a good run with the title but it's got to go to Lesnar now. After reading the buildup he seems like the man to take the title off of Christian. SummerSlam has traditionally been good to Lesnar so it'd be no surprise to see him walk out once again the champion. By hook or crook though is the main question?

WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
Spirit Squad vs. Paul London & Brian Kendrick

Seeing that the feud just begun I can't see London and Kendrick winning the titles JUST yet. Though they do seem to be the favorites to win them eventually. I say give them until the next PPV which is Nemesis or Cyber Sunday and they will have them.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;
Fatal Four Way:
Finlay vs. Nick Dinsmore vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito

I know you're a fan of Finlay so I can't see him losing the title this early on. Carlito really hasn't been that active in the thread since WM and Kennedy is the only one I could see with the IC strap now other than Finlay. Though I do love how you've pushed Dinsmore and made him a credible wrestler once again.

WWE United States Championship Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Edge

I'm going to call this on a DQ win by Hardy. Edge doesn't really want the US title me thinks because he's more worried about revenge/getting his name out. I don't think he needs the US title since he's got MITB right now. If he does get DQ'd there is a good possibility he cashes in MITB but I say that he waits a bit longer.

One on One:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle

I'm not really sure on this one. Angle's not really had the best 2006 so far as you mentioned in the preview but I must think that Batista is going to be the one to get redemption. It seems like he's getting a fairly good face push over there so if he doesn't win then he'll get a rematch and win.

No Holds Barred:
Shawn Michaels vs. Garrison Cade

Cade went over HBK at Unforgiven so it makes plenty of sense for HBK to win here in an emotional match. Though knowing you anything is damn near possible but it'd be hard to not see HBK winning it.

Gauntlet Match:
Triple H vs. The Brotherhood

I'm going to go out on a limb and say Hunter wins this despite the odds. The only member of Brotherhood that should pin Hunter if they win would probably need to be Benjamin to hype him up more. BTW, damn is the Brotherhood stacked or what?

Hell in a Cell Match:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton

I had a hard time on this one but msot of the time the faces win this one so I don't think this will be any different. It's been probably your longest feud you've ever done. So Cena goes over most likely.
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Date: 20th August 2006
Location: Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA
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WWE Championship Match; Tournament Final:
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho

RVD is not ready for the WWE Title just yet and I think that you have build Jericho as the top heel in the past few months. I can see Jericho winning the belt and then we see The Undertaker return after the match or the next Friday night on Smackdown, setting up Jericho vs. Undertaker for the WWE Title over the next few months.

World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

Christian has been the top guy on Raw for the past few months on Raw and I don't see that ending any time soon. Lesnar has been build as a monster in the preview but I don't see him winning the belt just yet, maybe in the next few months but SummerSlam will be Christian's night.

WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
Spirit Squad vs. Paul London & Brian Kendrick

Surprised to see London in a tag team match after you have spend such a long time building him as a future main eventer but I do love the team of London & Kendrick. I see them ending the SS's title reign and then having a nice long run with the belts, just like they did in 2005-2006 in real life.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match; Fatal Four Way:
Finlay vs. Nick Dinsmore vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito

Kennedy is the King of the Ring and I think it is time for him to hold a championship. SummerSlam is a huge PPV and I see Kennedy pinning Finlay to become the new IC Champion.

WWE United States Championship Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Edge

I would love to see Lita make her debut on Smackdown and help Edge but I don't know if you will go that route. Matt Hardy will score an upset I think because he needs to keep the US belt for longer than the month he had it between WM22 and Judgment Day.

One on One:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle

Angle has not had the best year in 2006 but I can see him getting back to his winning ways by beating Batista in a great match. Angle could cheat to win but I see him pinning Batista after an Angle Slam. Batista won't tap out, imo.

No Holds Barred:
Shawn Michaels vs. Garrison Cade

No Horsemen means that this will be an actual match. Cade will come very close to winning but I see HBK hitting SCM for the win, with the Horsemen beating him down after the match or on Raw. This feud won't end here, imo.

Gauntlet Match:
Triple H vs. The Brotherhood

Triple H will go through everyone easily until Shelton comes out, which should be last. Triple H will battle Shelton in a great match but I see Vince coming out and either costing Triple H the match or beating down The Game to end the match in a DQ, with Vince getting the last laugh.

Hell in a Cell Match:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton

Orton has never beaten Cena and I thought when I first saw this match that Hell in a Cell would be no different. But then I thought that you wouldn't go the route that WWE does with Cena and have him win all the time. Orton needs this win much more than Cena and that's why I see him winning inside the Cell. This match should go at least 30 minutes and I can see Orton hitting an RKO onto a chair or through a table to finally put Cena away.

Should be an awesome PPV!!
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Pretty stellar card tbh...

WWE Championship Match; Tournament Final:
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho

World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Christian vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
Spirit Squad vs. Paul London & Brian Kendrick

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;
Fatal Four Way:

Finlay vs. Nick Dinsmore vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito

WWE United States Championship Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Edge

One on One:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle

No Holds Barred:
Shawn Michaels vs. Garrison Cade

Gauntlet Match:
Triple H vs. The Brotherhood

Hell in a Cell Match:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton
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