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Old 03-22-2008, 08:29 PM   #2271 (permalink)
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My review will arrive in the next few days. PPV looks the sex.

However, the review won't be big or anything, time constraints imo.
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So...Wolf Beast...the grandfather, eh? Never rev'ed a show from you before, but I have read plenty of shows. Honestly, I always find reviews and feedback to mainly benefit the recipient booker on what they could do better...this show couldn't have been any better. Each match was brilliantly booked (you're Wolfy...duh). Enough spam, let's get to the nitty gritty...

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-as a side note, many bookers do their reviews in active tense...I read the show, write notes, then review. So my apologies if it is not as long as others you may recieve.

Anyway, to kick things off, the brief opening video package was awesome. I loved the referealls to the airplane, and the theme of 'Hotter than Hell' was great too, with the HIAC headlining. Surprised to see a non-title match headline 'Slam, but this opening package shows me why. More on Cena/Orton later...

I actually wanted to see Hardy/Edge kick it off, but this one suits me just nicley. I loved how through the entire match, Kennedy seemed like the winner, time after time. I'm unfamiliar with Dunsmore, but I loved the way you wrote the matches, for one the whole match told a story. Whether or not you knew what was going on, the whole match told you that. I was marking for Carlito and Kennedy, and surprised to see Finlay retain. Didn't like Finlay's clothesline repetivness, but I overlooked it. Again, surprised Finlay gets the win. Hopefully, a Ken/Finlay rivalry brews...

Promos on PPVs strike me as odd, but that's just me b/c they're actually quite normal. Anyway, Michaels seemed rushed a little (which I'm guessing was the desired effect), but the character was pretty spot-on.

Batista/Angle I've done (and currently doing) myself, and I can see this one is just beginning. Like I stated before, every match told a story. I thought this one was gonna end relativley early after Angle walked out, but great to bring out the competitive nature of Angle. The continued viciousness of the Ankle Lock was great, I could almost feel Batista's anguish. This was probably the slowest match on the card and least-exciting, but it seemed the first leg of a budding rivalry, so I really didn't mind that.

Like Dunsmore in the opener, I'm unfamiliar with Cade. He seems to be baggage with Michaels for a while. Once more, story is told here. Not really a whole lot to say about this match tbh, except that Cade doesn't seem all too great. Maybe he can rise and go somewhere after the biggest loss of his career (I assume...?). 'nother knoch in the belt of HBK.

HA! Foley announcements never end up good...

Wow...just wow...I knew this match was gonna be fast paced, but Christ...I have to say, I laughed pretty hard when I read the 30-second finish. Spirit Squad burial? 'bout time to if its not already in motion

A little filler promo here. Evidently, Umaga is just being introduced. I mark for Estrada and his accent. Freadkin' Cubans. The accent was pretty spot-on, and good on not actually letting Umaga's mike time be shown. Wanna see what Umaga does with your genious.

Now I can see why this didn't get the opening set. I loved this match. Not for the tacticality or even the rivalry between the two, but again, told a story. Edge constainlty finding a way to weasel out of everything was orgasmic, and even going as far as almost getting him out of the match completley. Hardy retaining isn't surprising. Edge is right (later on)...he is above Hardy

Best match so far-more Triple H/McMahon heat going on. Not too familiar with the Brotherhood, but again, telling a story. All I saw was a bucnh of under-used black guys rush out to take on Trips...I like the concept, kind of a weak foundation of a stable, but something tells me you've solidified it somewhere down the line. No surprise Triple H gets the win, but the Benjamin portion was brilliant. Benjamin push plz. Vince gets desperate toward the end, and I think what would've been cool is if he introduces one new member to take on The Game, but I loved how it was over...then it wasn't...then it was over...then it wasn't...until it's finally done. MOTN thus far.

To me, this match wasn't as good as the last, even if it was a World Heavyweight bout. I loved how Lesnar overpowered, and have Christian come in the underdog, even though he holds the gold. This match was fantastic. Apart from the main event, it told the most story of the night. The allusions to actions both men perfomed the weeks leading to 'Slam. I could only see Lesnar walking away with it, but you decided no...and that was great. Cage picking up the win was awesome, in his usual tactic.

BOOGEY!!! BOOGEY!!! Slight disappointment, but then again, its Mick Freakin' Foley, somethin's gonna be screwed up. You had me confused, since you refered to Mick as JR & King at times. A slight repackage of Boogey...well, at least he has the spotlight on him.

Hey, I did this match in my thread too! Except mine had much more build...gotta say, this match was better than anything I conjured up between the two. These men seemingly match up perfectly. For every hold, the other had a counter just as athletic, and so on. Every maneuver was evenly matched, just awesome. Surprised RVD hit consecutive signatures for the win, but I couldn't be any happier that he did. Van Dam should make a great champion (push this sucker to the moon!!!)

Ahhhh...glad to see the locker room feels the same way I feel about Rob...except maybe Heyman. Interesting little sneer by Paul; maybe leads to something...?

I'm truly speachless after reading this match...I really am. I've stated everywhere that each match narrated a story perfectly...this was the Homer of story-telling matches that I've read. Absolutley brilliant, with every move each man made being performed with emotion. Not surprised Orton got the win. I expect him to be RVDs first rival, if not one of the first challengers to the title.


FINAL THOUGHTS-FUCKING AWESOME. So, all the rumors, hype, and compliments were true-you really are amazing. The only thing that kinda took away from the PPV, I think, was Squad/L&K. Entertaining, yes. Effective, could be. Iffy...definatley. That aside, the remaining matches were amazing. Like I mentioned virtually everywhere, every match told the approriate story for the individuals involved...I really need to take note. ME was MOTN, no doubt, but I don't think it ever really was. I'll probably regularly rev from here on out.
OVERALL: 10/10. Period.
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Eh. Thanks for the reviews on Summerslam. I didnt expect many tbh, but thought there'd have been half a dozen rather a lonely couple. Looks like I'll have to turn heel to freshen up my character . There's obviously only so many returns that people can take . I will be sticking around though to get WM done and dusted, even if / when, it comes to the point where no ones taking interest . Pity me .

I'd originally anticipated to restart things at the back end of April, but I'll probably just soldier on in the next week. Expect to see September, October, November and December recaps over the next four / five weeks. I'll probably go the NB route, and post news etc, along with a PPV preview, then post the PPV in recapped form.

Following that, it'll be the four weeks of build up towards The Royal Rumble (Raw in full, SD in recap), the RR itself, then later down the line, the Road to WrestleMania.

So, yeah, that'd be about it from me tonight.
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Wolfy, maybe you should turn heel. You're like Hulk Hogan, BROTHER!
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Good to see this thread has not died. I am looking forward to the recaps and I am kinda sad you won't be writing these next few months in full because you have so many things to build off since SummerSlam. Reviews from me for sure!!

Your heel turn would be bigger than Hogan's in 1996, imo.
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FFS. I forgot about Summerslam's review. I read it, like a month ago.

Sorry Wolf.

About time you came back jobber. I WILL leave comments for the recaps, tbh. <3.
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So, as promised... the period of August 21st to September 17th ...

*Important Notes*
The two face tag teams Straight Edge and Booker T & Elijah Burke returned the night after Summerslam, coming to the aide of Triple H, who was placed in a 4 on 1 Handicap Match against The Brotherhood. The two teams gained revenge, and helped The Game to victory, reigniting their feud with The Brotherhood, after being put on the shelf a few weeks beforehand. The feud will come to a head the night after Cyber Sunday, in a 4 on 4 Hardcore Rules Match.


Paul London & Brian Kendrick would put an end to the Spirit Squad gimmick, beating the former tag team champions on two more occasions, the week after Summerslam, and then, in a 6 Man Tag Match, along with RVD at Saturday Nights Main Event, beating the Squad, who would break up afterwards. None of the five members have been seen since.


Also at Saturday Nights Main Event - TWO Championships would change hands. Mr. Kennedy would surprise Finlay and take the Intercontinental Championship, whilst Trish Stratus, in her final WWE match, would defeat Alexis Laree with a Sharpshooter, in Montreal, ending her WWE career as champion. The belt has since been left vacant.


Mick Foleys Boogeyman ‘experiment’ continued. The Boogeyman would beat local jobbers for the four weeks following Summerslam, with Mick Foley by his side, acting a little over enthusiastically towards his protégé. They have also had a couple of backstage skits with lower card wrestlers, but Boogeyman has been treated mainly with apathy by the fans thus far, mainly due to Foley overselling him as the biggest thing since Hogan and Austin, which he clearly isnt.


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Official Card for WWE Cyber Sunday:
Date: 17th September 2006
Location: Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY
Event Music: Disciple, Game On


WWE Championship Match:
Rob Van Dam vs. Kane OR J.B.L OR Edge OR Matt Hardy
The joy of Rob Van Dam becoming WWE Champion for the first time would be short lived. Immediately following his victory at Summerslam, Van Dam would be confronted with the ultimate test - making his first title defence against any one of four men. Kane, J.B.L, Edge and the United States Champion, Matt Hardy would be put to the vote, and the WWE fans would decide which man would take on Van Dam on the first ever fan interactive PPV. Can RVD survive the ultimate test, so soon into his reign as WWE Champion??


World Tag Team Championships Match:
MNM vs. Christian & Shawn Michaels OR Mister Kennedy OR Carlito
After coming through Summerslam STILL World Heavyweight Champion, ‘Captain Charisma’ Christian would soon become embroiled in a feud with the World Tag Team Champions, MNM. However, without his trusted ‘Problem Solver’, Christian would find Mercury and Nitro too much to handle alone. The champion did however come through a stern test, defending the World Championship in a triple threat match against the tag champions, however, this may not have been the case had Nitro and Mercury been able to co-exist, but both mens greed for the World Championship told, and their game plan fell apart. Now, after defending his title against them, MNM must defend theirs against Christian. But who will team with ‘Captain Charisma’?? The tales of Shawn Michaels, Carlito and the NEW Intercontinental Champion, Mr. Kennedy coming to Cyber Sunday are all quite different - Michaels has made it clear he’d rather be FACING Christian, than teaming with him, but if the fans want him to be the tag team champion, that’s fine. Carlito however, has told of his pain at not winning a match since WrestleMania, and having not held gold for nearly six months, whilst Mister Kennedy has recently been talking of being a double champion. Which of these three men will join Christian on his assault for the Tag Team Championships??


WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match:
Juvi vs. Winner of Lottery Draw OR Champions Choice OR Competitors Choice
Since arriving on Smackdown, The Mexicools have had it all their own way - until now that is. Come Cyber Sunday, Juvi will find his Cruiserweight Championship in serious jeopardy, as the fans hold his fate in their hands. The entire cruiserweight division will be on hand, as the fans decide whether his opponent is chosen by a lottery draw … Juvis own choice … or to be determined by the other Cruiserweights??


Choose The Hall of Famer:
Umagas Open Challenge
- Jerry Lawler OR Dusty Rhodes OR Sgt. Slaughter -
The Samoan Bulldozer has been unstoppable thus far on his journey, ripping through the ranks on Raw. And now, after tearing apart the lower card stars of Raw, Armando Estrada has decided to pit his savage against legendary superstars - and thus far, little has changed. Umaga destroyed The Ugandan Giant, Kamala on August 21st, before landing a dastardly attack on Raw colour commentator, Jerry Lawler, marking the second time Umaga has attacked Lawler, having done so to mark his own debut. Lawler as not been seen since on Raw, with The Coach returning to the commentary booth, but The King has made himself available for Cyber Sunday, determined to show Umaga he’ll not run from anybody. Dusty Rhodes and Sgt. Slaughter will also put themselves up for the chance to face Umaga, in the hope they can halt the Samoan Bulldozer.


20 Man Battle Royal:
- Winner Gets Future Title Shot OR A Match of Choice OR Is GM For One Night -
John Cena, Finlay, Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, Rob Conway, Simon Dean, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno {2 of Shawn Michaels, Carlito, Mr. Kennedy}
Chris Masters, Charlie Haas, Brent Albright, Chris Harris, James Storm, William Regal, Hardcore Holly {3 of Edge, Kane, JBL, Matt Hardy}
The winner of this inter brand Battle Royal will have a terrific prize awaiting him - either a World Title opportunity at a later date … a match of his choice against anybody on either brand … or he can run his own show for a night. In the run up to this match, the main focus has been between John Cena and Finlay. Ever since his defeat at Summerslam, John Cena hasn’t been the same man. He allowed himself to be ‘punked out’ by Finlay backstage on Raw on August 28th, which caused many to speculate on how much Hell in a Cell took out of him. Looking like he had lost his edge, Cena returned to action on September 4th … and LOST … CLEANLY to Rob Conway. Conway, who had barely been able to buy a victory in the months beforehand, defeated Cena with almost relative ease, with many believing that Cena was possibly on the way down from the top. Again, he allowed himself to be talked down to by Finlay, offering no comeback to the verbal assault from the Irishman, instead, just walking away.


A week later, for the third time, Finlay punked out Cena, and again, Cena took it like a bitch. John Cena was to be in action again, teaming with Rhyno to take on Finlay and Conway … but before the match even began … Cena lost control. Cena snapped, and wore out the Irishman with a steel chair, even taking his frustrations out on Conway and Rhyno, with Cena finally finding his edge again, as Cyber Sunday rolls around. Has Cena found his edge again?? Or will Finlay follow up his verbal attacks with a physical one??


Final Encounter:
Brock Lesnar vs. Rey Mysterio
- Ambulance Match OR Last Man Standing Match OR Stretcher Match -
On August 21st, Rey Mysterio made a triumphant return to Raw, costing Brock Lesnar a tag team match, getting a measure of revenge for the sickening assault just six weeks prior. But this attack from Mysterio only succeeded in sparking a furious Brock Lesnar into overdrive. He demanded the match at Cyber Sunday, and Rey, fearless if anything, was all to happy to agree. With three dastardly matches to choose from, could the fans, in Lesnars words, pick which match will end Mysterios career?? Brock has promised to finish Mysterio for good this time, but Rey has been strong in his own words, telling Lesnar he has already beaten him once, and he WILL beat him again.


Deadman Returns:
The Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho
- Last Ride Match OR Steel Cage Match OR No Holds Barred -
Not only distraught with missing out on becoming WWE Champion, Chris Jericho would find out at Saturday Nights Main Event on September 2nd, that the man he thought he had finished off for good … wasn’t finished at all. After dumping The Undertaker, locked inside a casket, into Lake Michigan at Judgment Day, Jericho believed he had vanquished The Undertaker once and for all. But now, Y2J has been living in fear. At first, Jericho believed it was a hoax, and that The Phenom wasn’t coming back … but the signs told the tale, and unfortunately for Jericho … he nows believes. The fans will decide just how The Deadman will make his return … inside a steel cage, with no holds barred, or a mysterious Last Ride match. Can Jericho overcome his fears, and once again put The Deadman away … and this time, can he do it once and for all??


Choose The Horseman:
Triple H vs. Randy Orton OR Garrison Cade OR Nick Dinsmore OR Ric Flair
After watching The Brotherhood fail to put The Game away, Mr. McMahon turned his eye elsewhere … and found a rejuvenated Four Horsemen to carry out his bidding to take out Triple H. After his third triumph inside Hell in a Cell, Randy Orton was congratulated by his former mentor Ric Flair. Then, The Nature Boy offered Orton a golden opportunity, and possibly the highest of compliments … being offered the chance to lead the new generation of the Four Horsemen. An ecstatic Orton took the opportunity with both hands, and now the three became four.


The following week, as Triple H took on Finlay, he found himself surrounded … by Orton, Flair, Cade and Dinsmore. The Game attempted to fight out of the situation, but was overcome by the impressiveness of his adversaries, who beat Triple H to a pulp. Later, it would be revealed that Mr. McMahon was behind the assault, recruiting The newly formed Four Horsemen to take out Triple H.


At Saturday Nights Main Event, Triple H would come face to face in the ring with the chairman, Mr. McMahon. As McMahon announced this match for Cyber Sunday, The Game decided to go for broke, and tell Vince he wanted this ordeal to end. McMahon got the wrong end of the idea, believing that Triple H was surrendering to him, until Triple H decided to re-phrase himself, challenging McMahon to put his money where his mouth his. The Game came up with the idea that if McMahon was so confident any one of The Horsemen would beat him at Cyber Sunday, then why doesn’t he compromise that if The Game was to win, he would face the World Heavyweight Champion. Backed into a corner, McMahon agreed. Now, if The Game overcomes the Horsemen he has to face, he gets to face Christian on the Raw Season Premiere on October 2nd. With the stakes so high, McMahon has DEMANDED that The Horsemen do not fail, and up to this point, they have certainly had the better of Triple H, with Orton pinning The Game in a tag team match on Raw, and another beat down just six days prior to the event, leaving The Game laying again. Can Triple H overcome The Horsemen, and achieve his goal of earning another World Championship opportunity.


Grudge Match:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle
- Strap Match OR Chain Match OR Bullrope Match -
Kurt Angle has been in freefall in 2006. Embarrassment has followed embarrassment for the Olympian, and it appeared the tip of the Iceberg came at Summerslam, when Angle was beaten decisively by The Animal, Batista. Since that point, Kurt has made it his goal … turning it into an obsession, to get his year, and quite possibly, his career, back on track. After assaulting Batista on two occasions after Summerslam, firstly with a leather strap, and then backstage with chains, Paul Heyman stepped in, and signed a rematch for Cyber Sunday. And this time, the two men will be joined together, unable to run, unable to hide, and the fans will decide what the implement holding them together will be. Can Kurt Angle finally turn the corner in 2006, or will The Animal once again dominate The Gold Medallist, possibly ending the era of Kurt Angle as a main eventer??


Leave predictions etc if you wish. The match types have already been chosen by me, PPV recap is written and all, so you can predict which of them you think too, or whatever. PPV recap should be up on Tuesday or Wednesday.
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Everything looks good especially with the SS gimmick gone, never really liked them. The Cyber Sunday card looks great and I love you for putting it in my hometown of Rochester ... ! I am really looking foward to THe Undertaker coming back and the Choose the Horsemen match. I will be sure to check out this PPV.
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Official Card for WWE Cyber Sunday:
Date: 17th September 2006
Location: Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY
Event Music: Disciple, Game On



WWE Championship Match:
Rob Van Dam vs. Kane OR J.B.L OR Edge OR Matt Hardy
Kane is finished. Aptly. Edge and Hardy are in their own thing. Realistically, the fans would vote for Matt Hardy, but in order to properly start JBL's WWE title feud I can see you choosing him. However, I see Rob Van Dam winning either through a roll up or a DQ, to properly get the rivalry going.




World Tag Team Championships Match:
MNM vs. Christian & Shawn MichaelsOR Mister Kennedy OR Carlito
Kennedy and Carlito go at it for the IC title I think, otherwise there isn't really a point having HBK in this thing. He and Christian become Champs before capitulating in a few months and going at it for the WHC. Makes sense to me. So Christian & HBK are the winners all the way.


WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match:
Juvi vs. Winner of Lottery Draw OR Champions Choice OR Competitors Choice
This feud has all been about the competitors, so I think this makes sense. They choose Chavo Guerrero but Juvi wins down to cheating.



Choose The Hall of Famer:
Umagas Open Challenge
- Jerry Lawler OR Dusty Rhodes OR Sgt. Slaughter -
The King is the most popular HOFer here and he has the history with Umaga. However, Umaga wins at a canter.



20 Man Battle Royal:
- Winner Gets Future Title Shot OR A Match of Choice OR Is GM For One Night -
John Cena, Finlay, Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, Rob Conway, Simon Dean, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno {2 of Shawn Michaels, Carlito, Mr. Kennedy}
Chris Masters, Charlie Haas, Brent Albright, Chris Harris, James Storm, William Regal, Hardcore Holly {3 of Edge, Kane, JBL, Matt Hardy}
I don't really know with this one, but it would seem that Cena, Finlay, Edge and Hardy are the only ones big enough. Edge and Hardy are doing their own thing, so it's down to Finlay and Cena really. The build of Cena is a bit wierd. It may hint at a future heel turn, but I think he'll win.



Final Encounter:
Brock Lesnar vs. Rey Mysterio
- Ambulance Match OR Last Man Standing Match OR Stretcher Match -
Ambulance and Stretcher Matches suck, even though these two guys could probably make it awesome. LMS's are awesome though. Overall, I think Mysterio could go over due to being put out for a long time and all that, but I'd hate to see Lesnar get buried, so I'll go for him.



Deadman Returns:
The Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho
- Last Ride Match OR Steel Cage Match OR No Holds Barred -
The title of the match kind of gives it away who will win this thing, which is a shame in my opinion seeing as Y2J has been the most entertaining thing in this thread since his heel turn. Hopefully Jericho's major push continues though. Last Ride Match is the clear option, as Steel Cages are quite boring nowadays and the 'mystery' element will tip the scale. A swift comeback from Y2J though please



Choose The Horseman:
Triple H vs. Randy Orton OR Garrison Cade OR Nick Dinsmore OR Ric Flair
I love Orton being a part of the Horsemen. Fits his gimmick perfectly and will see him as WHC again soon in no times, so long as he is THE MAN of the team. He'll get picked, as Dinsmore and Cade would get squashed and Flair is a manager. Howevever, I hate that Hunter squashed The Brotherhood and I hope to God he doesn't squash these four class acts. For that reason, I will pick Randy Orton as the winner due to outside interference.



Grudge Match:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle
- Strap Match OR Chain Match OR Bullrope Match -
I can see this being the match that FINALLY gets Angle back on track, though after a hell of a war with Big Dave. I can't see a better way for Kurt's rut to end. A Chain Match is the most vicious, and so therefore a good choice. It could be any of them though really.


Allof this has been booked perfectly, Wolfy. Even in Recap it still beats 99% of the competition. Great stuff
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Good to hear that Burke/Booker/Helms/Punk are all on the same page and I like that they are going against The Brotherhood. I see The Brotherhood winning on Raw, with some miscommunication between the two face teams.

London & Kendrick need a nice long reign as champs and also Spirit Squad leaving = ratings. Good move.

Kennedy as the IC Champion is amazing and he really needed something because KOTR was three months ago. Trish leaving is very sad but winning in her hometown was something special, sending her out in style.

Very interested to see where this whole Foley-Boogey experiment goes. Kinda slow to start but I am sure you will make it good.

Official Card for WWE Cyber Sunday:
Date: 17th September 2006
Location: Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY
Event Music: Disciple, Game On


WWE Championship Match:
Rob Van Dam vs. Kane OR J.B.L OR Edge OR Matt Hardy
Van Dam just got the belt and no one else really is deserving of the belt besides JBL, but he’s a heel so won’t get the vote. Van Dam will probably face Hardy and retain in a great match, with Hardy getting close numerous times.


World Tag Team Championships Match:
MNM vs. Christian & Shawn Michaels OR Mister Kennedy OR Carlito
HBK is a fan favorite so I don’t see anyone else getting the vote. Christian and Michaels will win I think but the reign won’t be long as they will soon feud over the WHC.


WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match:
Juvi vs. Winner of Lottery Draw OR Champions Choice OR Competitors Choice
Not the most exciting match but I think the fans hate Juvi so they will have the challengers select. Kid Kash gets the shot but Juvi will still be champion with the help of Crazy and Psicosis.


Choose The Hall of Famer:
Umagas Open Challenge
- Jerry Lawler OR Dusty Rhodes OR Sgt. Slaughter -
Rhodes is the best of the three legends but ‘Mags is a monster so I don’t see any of the legends lasting more than 7 minutes.


20 Man Battle Royal:
- Winner Gets Future Title Shot OR A Match of Choice OR Is GM For One Night -
John Cena, Finlay, Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, Rob Conway, Simon Dean, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno {2 of Shawn Michaels, Carlito, Mr. Kennedy}
Chris Masters, Charlie Haas, Brent Albright, Chris Harris, James Storm, William Regal, Hardcore Holly {3 of Edge, Kane, JBL, Matt Hardy}
All three choices are good but the championship match is the sexiest. Cena gets eliminated early by Finlay and JBL last eliminates Mr. Kennedy to get the match with RVD. Very cool idea for a PPV match.


Final Encounter:
Brock Lesnar vs. Rey Mysterio
- Ambulance Match OR Last Man Standing Match OR Stretcher Match -
While Rey is one of the toughest competitors, I don’t see him beating Brock with a stipulation. Brock is better than Rey and he will put him down with a crazy F-5 in a fantastic way.


Deadman Returns:
The Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho
- Last Ride Match OR Steel Cage Match OR No Holds Barred -
Undertaker returning makes me hope he stays more than a few months but Jericho could put him on the shelf again. Undertaker usually wins his return matches and I really want you to use the ‘Last Ride’ idea, best idea for this feud.


Choose The Horseman:
Triple H vs. Randy Orton OR Garrison Cade OR Nick Dinsmore OR Ric Flair
Shocked to see Orton join with Flair again but I guess this is probably the best stable in the WWE. Cool to see Triple H get involved with these four heels and the stipulation with the title shot makes me think Triple H won’t win. Orton should get the vote because that would be the best match but Flair getting the vote wouldn’t be a shock. Orton wins because of the other three Horsemen and possibly Vince.


Grudge Match:
Batista vs. Kurt Angle
- Strap Match OR Chain Match OR Bullrope Match -
Chain match is the most brutal and I see Angle ending his losing streak at this PPV. The feud isn’t over because Batista will want revenge.
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