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WWE Cyber Sunday:


Date:
17th September 2006

Location:
Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY

Event Music:
Disciple, Game On



Opening video, based on the fans choosing everything tonight.


PYRO


Michael Cole and Tazz open for a change on a joint brand event, before throwing to J.R and Coach, who then throw it up to Josh Matthews and Kelly Kelly in the ‘Control Centre’. They talk about keeping everyone up to date with the votes tonight, and the first match will be revealed in just a few moments…


Triple H - Horsemen / McMahon VP


We return, and then Josh and Kelly talk about the match, before revealing the results…


Choose The Horseman:

Triple H vs. Randy Orton (38%) OR Garrison Cade (9%) OR Nick Dinsmore (9%) OR Ric Flair (44%)

To the surprise of many it’s Ric Flair, and not Randy Orton, as we are set to kick off with a real dream match. The Game and Flair tear it up, and get much longer than you’d expect, especially for a stacked card on a three hour show. It’s classic heel Flair, and Triple H on top of his game, with Flair looking equal to The Game throughout, but as the end comes, Triple H is able to overcome Flair, finishing him with the Pedigree … but it’s not over … because Randy Orton, Garrison Cade and Nick Dinsmore pull the referee out of the ring. Whilst Orton distracts the referee, Dinsmore and Cade attempt to take out The Game, but Triple H fights them off, throwing both to the outside, taking out Orton in the process!!! HHH delivers a second pedigree to Flair, and scores the victory - AND A TITLE SHOT!!!!

Winner: Triple H @ 18:09

The Game celebrates, but McMahon appears, and orders the Horsemen to take him out, only this time, The Game is armed with a sledgehammer, stopping The Four Horsemen from making a second attempt, leaving McMahon fuming, falling short once more in his quest to de-rail The Game.


1ST TIME WRESTLEMANIA MOMENT - X - FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, TWO BROTHERS FACE OFF AT WRESTLEMANIA AS BRET HART TAKES ON OWEN HART, WITH OWEN SCORING AN UPSET VICTORY.

The VP then ends with the graphic for WRESTLEMANIA XXIII - MARCH 18TH 2007 - FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER IN NEW ORLEANS.


We go backstage, and see The Brotherhood getting prepped for the Battle Royal later, in which Shelton Benjamin and Mark Henry will compete. They then talk about their match tomorrow night on Raw against Straight Edge and Booker T & Elijah Burke, in a 4 on 4 Hardcore match.


We return to the control centre, with Josh and Kelly talking about the cruiserweight championship match up next, as Juvi enters. Once he is in the ring, Josh and Kelly talk again, and reveal the fans votes…


WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match:

Juvi vs. Winner of Lottery Draw (42%) OR Champions Choice (26%) OR Competitors Choice (32%)

Kelly spins the tumbler, and Josh picks out … SUPER CRAZY!!! The fans initially give heat, expecting a walk over match, with Crazy to lie down for Juvi, but soon, we find out different. The two talk in the ring, with Juvi motioning for Super Crazy to lie down, but Crazy doesn’t want to. Juvi starts to get restless, and begins ordering his compatriot to lie down, but Crazy refuses. The two shove each other back and forth, with Juvi swinging for a punch, but missing. Now, Psichosis appears, and tries to calm both men down, wanting to diffuse the situation, but as Crazy turns his back from Juvi … JUVI ROLLS HIM UP FROM BEHIND AND HOOKS THE TIGHTS, 1...2...3!!!

Winner: And STILL Cruiserweight Champion - Juvi @ 02:19

Guerrera cheats his fellow Mexicool!!! After the match, Psichosis has to hold Crazy back, calming him down. Juvi offers a handshake to Super Crazy, which he accepts … THEN CRAZY KICKS JUVI AND DELIVERS A TORNADO DDT!!! Is this the end of The Mexicools?? Crazy gets a nice pop for his actions, as he leaves the ring, and The Mexicools in disarray.


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Backstage, we see the arrival of a pensive Chris Jericho, not looking in the least bit confident ahead of his match tonight.


Now, with Josh and Kelly again, the tag team title votes are announced and … HBK will partner Christian later tonight, whilst Mr. Kennedy and Carlito will be part of the Battle Royal instead.


They then move on, and show a VP of Umagas first few months on Raw, leading to this challenge match. And his opponent is voted by the fans to be …


Choose The Hall of Famer:

Umagas Open Challenge

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Jerry Lawler (48%) OR Dusty Rhodes (36%) OR Sgt. Slaughter (16%) -

And the writers get their way, with Lawler winning comfortably. Lawler starts out fast, but is no match for Umaga, who gets straight back up literally from a Piledriver, before he steamrolls The King, despite everything Lawler throws at him, with Umaga finishing proceedings with the Samoan Spike, putting Lawler out of his misery, whilst The Coach enjoys every minute on commentary.

Winner: Umaga @ 03:55

Umaga leaves Lawler alone after the match, having made his mark in the match, continuing his rise, on his first PPV appearance.


A video package, hyping the Raw Season Premiere is played, and announces Triple H to face Christian for the World Championship as the main event.


Backstage, Kurt Angle is interviewed by Todd Grisham. Angle talks again about his awful run in 2006, and says tonight he’ll be giving it his all to end that run, and get back on track, because even he knows now, should he lose … he may never reach the main events again.


This brings us back to Josh and Kelly, and they discuss this upcoming grudge match, before both men make their entrances. They then wait, as the announcement is made of what the match will be…


Grudge Match:

Batista vs. Kurt Angle

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Strap Match (31%)
ORChain Match (61%) ORBullrope Match (8%) -

The two men tear it up, beating the tar out of one another, using the chain as a weapon of course. Angle fights like a man possessed, with Batista hanging on early on, before slowly taking over, as the match sways back and forth. Angle again bursts for a few minutes, with Kurt on the brink of victory, but again, Batista hangs on, again, before once more taking over himself. It soon looks like Angle took too much out of himself in the early going, as The Animal begins to dominate, busting Kurt open, obliterating the former champion, with Angle fading badly. In a last desperate attempt, Angle goes for an Anklelock, wrapping the chain around Batistas ankle for added pressure, but doesn’t have the strength to hold on … and is shrugged off by the Animal. This leads to the end, and Batista finishes Angle off with ease, delivering a decisive Batista Bomb, hooking the leg, 1...2...3!!!

Winner: Batista @ 15:44

Batista has his hand raised, and leaves the ring, but the story is the demise of Angle, beaten decisively this evening. Bloody and battered, Angle staggers to his feet, and looks around the arena, almost in a trance. He is helped out of the ring by the referee, as he makes the long, lonely walk to the back, with his head hung low, leaving the arena, beaten again. Cole and Tazz sombrely discuss the downfall of Angle, with both commenting it may be the last time Angle is seen, given such a horrific loss.


Backstage, Vince McMahon comes face to face with a smiling Triple H. McMahon tells The Game he may be smiling now, but he always has the last laugh, and he will do whatever it takes to make sure Triple H never holds a world title again. HHH laughs it off, walking away, leaving McMahon still fuming.


Josh and Kelly are called into action again, as the votes for the WWE Championship match are decided, with three of the four men set to take part in the next match. They all wait backstage for the decision, and … Matt Hardy wins the vote!!!
Kane walks off, whilst JBL and Edge are both incensed. JBL walks off eventually, still shouting nonsense, whilst Edge and Hardy almost get into one, before a few mid carders pull them apart.


Back to Josh and Kelly, as they reveal the fans votes for this battle royal stipulation…


20 Man Battle Royal:

- Winner Gets Future Title Shot (43%)
OR A Match of Choice (25%) OR Is GM For One Night (32%) -

John Cena, Finlay, Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, Rob Conway, Simon Dean, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno, Carlito, Mr. Kennedy

Chris Masters, Charlie Haas, Brent Albright, Chris Harris, James Storm, William Regal, Hardcore Holly, Edge, Kane, JBL

Cena and Finlay don’t even seem bothered with the match, going straight for each other, but Conway gets in Cenas way, and Cena chucks him out of the ring, eliminating him almost instantly. (Conway eliminated by Cena). Whilst Cena and Finlay take on each other, most of the lower card wrestlers are quickly eliminated. (Simon Dean by Kane, William Regal by Edge, Snitsky by JBL, Hardcore Holly by Mr. Kennedy, James Storm by Edge, Chris Masters by Mr. Kennedy, Chris Harris by Kane, Charlie Haas by Carlito). This leaves the last eleven of; Cena, Finlay, Benjamin, Mark Henry, Rhyno, Carlito, Mr. Kennedy, Albright, Edge, Kane and JBL. Cena and Finlay have fought under the ropes, and around the floor, until they fight back inside again. Mark Henry and Kane - the two biggest men in the match - come to blows, with everyone else floored at that point, and Kane dumps Henry. Meanwhile, Kennedy looks to have Benjamin in trouble, but Shelton uses his athleticism to turn the tide, and surprises the King of the ring, as Benjamin eliminates Mister Kennedy from the match. Brent Albright is next to go, with Kane eliminating Albright, as he dominates the match. Or at least the Big Red Machine was dominating the match … UNTIL JBL AND EDGE ELIMINATE HIM TOGETHER. JBL and Edge don’t stay on the same page for long, and go at it against each other. Then, as Cena and Finlay continue to brawl … both men tumble over the top rope AS CENA AND FINLAY ELIMINATE EACH OTHER!!! This development leaves just five - Benjamin, Carlito, Rhyno, Edge and JBL. Rhyno is soon eliminated after a decent run in the match by Edge. (Rhyno eliminated by Edge). The final four, consisting of the rejuvenated Shelton Benjamin, winless Carlito, Mr. Money in the Bank Edge - who could soon have TWO title shots to come - and the Wrestling God, JBL. All four men last a few minutes together after the manic opening ten minutes, littered with eliminations. Finally though, the athleticism of Benjamin proves his downfall, as he tries to leap onto the ropes, but JBL pushes him off quickly, and JBL eliminates Benjamin. Simultaneously, Carlito low bridges Edge, and eliminates Mr. MITB!!! It’s down to two. Carlito, searching for his first singles win since WrestleMania, which would result in a title shot, whilst JBL is after another bite of the cherry, after coming up short at the Great American Bash. CCC gives it his all, but in the end, gets caught with a big boot, staggering him, which allows JBL TO CLOTHESLINE CARLITO FROM HELL OVER THE TOP ROPE AND TO THE FLOOR!!!

Winner: John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield @ 16:11

JBL has a title shot!!! The misery continues for Carlito, but JBL will now face the WWE Champion at a later date!!! He celebrates like he should, whilst Carlito leaves up the ramp, having come SOOO close to ending his drought.


Backstage, we see a smiling Paul Heyman, sat on Eric Bischoffs desk, gloating over his Smackdown superstar winning the battle royal, against his inferior Raw opposition. The two men trade verbals back and forth, with the exchange ending with both men believing they got the last word, before Heyman walks out.


Video Package for Lesnar - Mysterio


Before the entrances, Josh and Kelly reveal the fans vote … which is in favour of Last Man Standing!!!


Final Encounter:

Brock Lesnar vs. Rey Mysterio

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Ambulance Match (23%)
ORLast Man Standing Match (49%) ORStretcher Match (28%) -

It’s an emotional match, with the history between the two men through the summer running high. Mysterio starts out quick, but isn’t able to do anything to keep Lesnar down for an extended amount of time, from his limited offence. This allows Lesnar to take control, but as the match wears on, he grows frustrated at Mysterios desire to fight on, beating the count, every time, even after an F5. Lesnar finally goes for a weapon, grabbing a chair, but misses, allowing Rey to kick the chair into Lesnars face, before cracking the steel off the cranium of Brock … BUT HE BEATS THE COUNT. Mysterio cracks Lesnar again with the chair … BUT HE BEATS THE COUNT AGAIN!!! Lesnar is bust open now, as Rey tries to finish the job, but misses a third chair shot, and Lesnar lawn darts Rey OUT OF THE RING AND INTO THE BARRIER!!! Rey beats the count though, and the match continues, but Brock is in control again. They take it to the outside, with Brock using the steps, and looks to hit an F5 onto them, after setting them up, but Rey blocks it. Brock though, is still in charge, back inside, as Mysterio struggles to survive, managing to beat the counts, and charges up for another comeback, including a 619 onto the chair, but Lesnar survives again. Rey, going for it all as the match goes on, leaps off the ropes, looking for a seated senton, gets CAUGHT, and thrown onto Lesnar shoulders … AND LESNAR F5’S MYSTERIO OUT OF THE RING ONTO THE SET UP STEPS!!!!! This time, Rey fails to answer the count of ten, and Lesnar is victorious.

Winner: Brock Lesnar @ 17:28

After the match, Lesnar ‘spares’ Mysterio, not following up on his promise to end his career, happy enough to have won the match, as he leaves up the ramp, with this feud now surely done.


Backstage, JBL, along with his Cabinet, celebrate his win, popping champagne corks as JBL talks about taking the title as soon as he wants, when EDGE walks in. He overhears the JBL comment about taking the title, and cryptically warns JBL that he can have his shot whenever he wants it, but he wont be winning the title if he has anything to do with it. Edge walks out, leaving JBL quiet, trying to work out what exactly he meant.


Todd Grisham is called into action again, interviewing Christian. He talks about being driven to win double gold, but also just wants to beat the crap out of MNM. Just as he is set to wrap things up, Shawn Michaels appears. HBK talks about having Christians back tonight, because the fans wanted it, but tries to hint at getting a title shot soon, once he helps Christian win a tag title. Captain Charisma uses the old ‘anytime anyplace anywhere’ line, before the two share a handshake, walking off for their match…


World Tag Team Championships Match:

MNM vs. Christian & Shawn Michaels (48%) OR Mister Kennedy (31%) OR Carlito (21%)

Short match, with a couple of others going too long, but the unfamiliar tandem of Christian and Michaels come up short, and it’s all down to not being able to co-exist, towards the end. It appears they have the match sewn up, with MNM all over the place, but a blind tag from Michaels, doesn’t sit well with Christian, and the two argue for a few moments, before MNM come back, but HBK and Christian fend them off, with Michaels looking to deliver Sweet Chin Music to Mercury … but he is pulled out of the way by Melina … AND MICHAELS KICKS CHRISTIAN!!! HBK stamps around, furious at the mishap, but he turns around, and into the path of MNM … AND THEY DELIVER THE SNAPSHOT. Wasting no time, Nitro hooks the leg, 1...2...3 MNM retain!!!

Winners: And STILL World Tag Team Champions - MNM @ 10:19

MNM get out of dodge quickly, grateful to have kept their gold, whilst in the ring, the World Champion slowly comes around, realising he and Michaels have lost. He shakes his head, and is handed his belt, suffering his first loss on PPV this year (apart from being eliminated from the Royal Rumble), as he leaves the ring, not bothering to help Michaels up, or even check if he’s okay … HE IS ATTACKED BY RANDY ORTON!!!!! Orton beats down Christian, delivering an RKO to the champion, before delivering an RKO to Michaels too, sending a stark message to both men, but why???


Video Package for next months PPV event, a Raw Brand Production - Nemesis - on October 15th.


Suddenly, we catch up backstage, and see John Cena and Finlay STILL brawling after the battle royal, as all sorts of people try to get involved to break them up, and keep them apart.


WWE Championship Match:

Rob Van Dam vs. Kane OR J.B.L OR Edge OR Matt Hardy

With time running low, it’s another quick one, which is unfortunate for both RVD and Hardy, getting a big opportunity, but having little time to make an impression. It’s fast paced, and has plenty of near falls, with a twenty minute match being crammed into ten. RVD escapes a Twist of Fate attempt, just as it looks like the U.S Champion could be on the brink, and delivers a spin kick, then the Rolling Thunder, looking to finish the match with the 5 Star Frog Splash … WHEN EDGE APPEARS AND PUSHES RVD OFF THE TOP ROPE AND CRASHING IN THE RING!!! Edge gets into the ring, WITH HIS BRIEFCASE … and slams it off the head of Matt Hardy, instantly ending this match in a DQ!!!

Winner: No Contest @ 09:44

Edge starts to look around, looking at the briefcase, licking his lips, and turns to go for RVD … BUT IS MET WITH A FRONT DROPKICK SENDING EDGE OUT OF THE RING!!! Edge is up quickly, but is fuming. He storms around the ring, yelling all sorts of nonsense, pointing to RVD, running his fingers through his hair, pulling in despair, before leaving up the ramp. Cole and Tazz continue to discuss his run in here, firstly arguing it was to stop Hardy from winning the title, but the finally come to the conclusion that he was here tonight to CASH IN Money in the Bank, but his plan back fired. RVD helps Hardy to his feet in the ring, and the two talk over how things transpired tonight, shaking hands, possibly agreeing to a rematch down the road.


Michael Cole and Tazz continue to talk about the WWE Title match for a few moments, before switching gears, and talking about the upcoming main event, and the return of the Undertaker.


Undertaker Video Package


For the final time, we come to Josh and Kelly, and they discuss the return of The Phenom, before revealing the match will be … THE FIRST EVER LAST RIDE MATCH, by a landslide.


Taker - Jericho Video Package


Deadman Returns:

The Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho

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Last Ride Match (63%)
ORSteel Cage Match (31%) ORNo Holds Barred (6%) -

It’s the typical Undertaker return entrance, with druids lining up, six of them carrying a casket … stopping at the ring … AND TAKER SITS UP~! He gets out of the casket, and gets into the ring, and the match is on. Taker is forced to chase Jericho early on, but once he catches him, The Deadman is on blistering form, with Jericho in all sorts of trouble, whilst the fans eat up everything Taker does, including the Old School rope walk, and puts an exclamation mark on his early dominance, drilling Jericho with a Tombstone.

It looks like it’s over before it begins, as The Deadman carries a lifeless Jericho up the ramp to the hearse. Taker tries to dump him in the hearse, BUT Jericho SLAMS TAKERS HEAD THROUGH THE WINDOW!!! This leads to the roles being reversed, as Taker, now bloodied (the third person to be so tonight~!), fights out of the back of the vehicle, and the two men fight back to the ring, but it’s Jericho on top. He takes it to the Phenom, beating off the Undertakers own resistance. Jericho tries to drag Taker up to the hearse, but takes too long, and Taker recovers, as the match turns into a free for all, with both men trying to avoid being dumped in the hearse. Jericho avoids a choke slam, and scores with a standing enziguri, knocking Taker back into the hearse, but Takers leg stops the door from being shut, and he ends up kicking the door back open, as the match still continues on further. Jericho nails Taker with a steel pole from the super structure, and gets Taker on to the top of the hearse, looking to deliver the Breakdown … but Taker elbows free … AND CATCHES JERICHO WITH A CHOKESLAM ON TOP OF THE HEARSE … AND THROUGH THE ROOF!!!! The hearse begins to move off, as Taker gets on a knee, on top of the moving hearse, the lights dimming blue, with Jericho not moving, as the hearse leaves the arena, and the match is over.

Winner: The Undertaker @ 21:09

We end the show, pretty abruptly, with The Undertaker, still perched on the hearse as it drives out of the arena, with him having beaten Jericho tonight, to close the show.

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Looks an excellent PPV Wolfy, I will review it tomorrow or something
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Well since you've reviewed a few of my past shows I'll simply drop some comments on Cyber Sunday...

HUGE way to kick off the show tonight with the Game and you've been seeming to focus on a few of the bigger stars earlier on in PPV's recently. Good call since it's a loaded card here tonight. Really no shock to me that it was Flair and I'm surprised that this is the first time HHH/Flair have locked up in your thread? Wait I forgot Hunter's been on Smackdown for a majority of the time lol.

BTW once again WM in the Big Easy = Greatness.

Shame to see the Mexicools might be breaking up. Oh well Juvy plays a better heel anyways than a face. Though I think it'd be kickass if Juvy and Super Crazy pulled one over on the fans and just did it as a stunt if you know what I'm saying.

Well not really much to say other than it was a predictable vote for Umaga to face Lawler. Really no shock imo that Umaga running right through the King. Though it is always cool to see the legend step into the ring every now and then.

Well after reading that little part of the interview I don't think Angle has won a PPV match this year has he? It's got to be leading to something imo. I could definently see him leaving the thread if you want to take that path or he might take a big sabbatical to "regain his thinking" etc. after losing so many matches. Who knows but it's certainly intriguing.

Lol. Cool to see JBL throw a temper tantrum and then he turns around to win the Battle Royal haha. What really got me was that party aftewards and what happened between him and Edge. Certainly a developing story there. BTW I had no clue Carlito was on a losing streak either. Tells you how much I've been paying attention haha to your thread.

I've got to see Christian retaining the title on Raw in a few weeks and then a Triple Threat or Fatal 4 Way at Nemesis. It seems evident after what went down between him, HBK, and Orton. Add Hunter into the mix and that could be a deadly match. So who really knows what wil go down? Though I think Orton interfering was totally out of left field because he hasn't been involved in the title scene since Unforgiven I think? But it would be good for him to get another shot hot off of HIAC.

Lesnar beating Mysterio really was no shock imo. Kinda weird and rather interesting to see Lesnar just let Mysterio lay there after beating him. Is Lesnar having second thoughts on injuring his opponents? NO FACE TURN PLZ!1!11!

Well first good to see you giving Hardy a chance to main event as he's been shining a bit for the past few months in the thread. Overall though I'm really happy with how Edge faked cashing in MITB. You're the first person to do that in my knowledge and really it's something different and original. Good call on that.

Onto the main event. Good to see Undertaker getting hte main event and mixing things up as a title match doesn't always have to be the main event contrary to what everybody else thinks. So good to see something different on your part. Now moving onto the entrance. Kick ass entrance imo. Shades of SummerSlam a few years back with the ending but him riding on the moving hearse is just scary thinking about it. Really is and good to see this feud put to a halt now.

I know it's not much but I thought I'd drop some comments on the show since you've been reading mine for the past few weeks.
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Cyber Sunday Review


Even though the PPV is done NB-style, I am still really looking forward to it because there are so many great matches on the card

Shocked to see the Triple H vs. Horseman match open the show but I guess you gotta start with a bang, right? Flair was the best choice because he and The Game have so much history and also Orton vs. Triple H needs to be saved for a later date. (WM23 perhaps?) Surprised to see the match get so much time and the other Horsemen getting involved was not a shock and I was pleased to see Triple H get the win and the title shot. Triple H vs. Chrisitan for the World Title in two weeks is going to be a huge match.

Henry and Benji are the two most pushed of the Brotherhood but I don’t see either winning tonight. The 4-on-4 hardcore match is going to be great, imo.

Super Crazy vs. Juvi was not expected but the lottery draw was. I like how Crazy didn’t lay down for his fellow stable mate and Juvi cheating to win means that the Mexicools are pretty much over. Crazy getting the DDT after the match tells me that we will be seeing Crazy vs. Juvi and Psichcosis over the next month or so.

Jericho is great as a heel but I’m sure how I feel about him being so intimidated by Taker.

HBK partnering with CC is no surprise and I think this may lead to a feud down the line. Kennedy and Carlito should both go far in the battle royal.

Lawler needed to face Umaga but the result would be the same if Rhodes or Slaughter faced ‘Mags. Umaga is such a beast and I hope you do as good a job as WWE did by slowly pushing him into the main event. A feud with someone like Carlito next would be good so that he could get even more over.

Angle sounds focused and I think that he can beat Batista tonight and finally put an end to his awful 2006.

Chain match is brutal and I don’t think this will be the end of the feud. Angle uses too much energy early and is not able to fight back against the offense of Batista. Batista hits his finisher and wins, not what I expected. You said Angle won’t be leaving but I just wonder what is going to happen after this loss. Batista is on the brink of being a superstar but Angle can’t do anything right. I hope this gets better for Angle and he continues to feature.

I think this little segment means McMahon screws Triple H on the season premiere. I hope this feud leads to a match between the two, just not at WM23.

Hardy vs. RVD should be great and Kane, Edge, and JBL all have a legit shot at winning the BR.

Good Battle Royal action and obviously you are going for a Finlay vs. Cena feud because of the altercations in the past and also the actions tonight. Kane getting dumped by two men makes sense and the final four was good. It was obvious that Edge was not going to win since he already has a title shot and Benji is not ready yet. I was really hoping that Carlito could end his losing streak but I kinda knew all along that JBL would be the victor. JBL getting another shot is good and I see it coming on Smackdown. Solid way to get a lot of wrestlers on the show in one match.

Last Man Standing is the only match good enough for this feud so I am glad to see it happen. A lot of good spots between these two great wrestlers but it was just too hard for Rey to put Lesnar down. Some of Lesnar’s moves sounded sick, starting with the lawn dart onto the barrier and then Rey got some good shots in, especially the 619 with the chair. The F5 out of the ring would be brutal to see and it was a perfect way to end the match, and the feud. Good to see Rey not get injured by Lesnar again and I wonder where the Vanilla Gorilla goes from here.

Edge and JBL had a good segment and I wonder if Edge is going to try and cash in MITB tonight.

Christian and Michaels would not be the best of partners, especially with CC holding the WHC, and that was obviously the downfall. I didn’t really want them as tag champs because MNM need the belts so much more. SCM to Christian and then CC leaving HBK on the ground after the match means that these two will probably be feuding over the WHC soon. Randy Orton attack was surprising and we may see HBK vs. CC vs. RKO at Nemesis but I gotta think Triple H is going to be involved somehow.

Finlay and Cena still brawling?? I guess you want this feud to get over.

Sad to see the Hardy vs. RVD match go so short and the ending with Edge coming in was not what I had in mind. I thought Edge was going to use the MITB for sure but RVD was still too fresh and took Edge down. Edge really missed a chance tonight and I think that he will wait maybe a month or two before trying again. Hardy and RVD need to have another match for the WWE Championship and I see it happening on Smackdown soon.

Last Ride is the obvious choice and I think this finally ends the feud between Y2J and UT. Good entrance by Taker, reminding everyone about what happened back at Judgment Day and now the Deadman is back. Undertaker and Jericho always have good matches in this thread and tonight’s was no different. The chokeslam through the roof was awesome and now I see Jericho maybe being gone for a little while, while Taker gets back into the title scene maybe. Great main event, worthy of the spot just because Taker came back.

Overall, a solid PPV recap. It’s not the matches I love reading so much, it’s the way the storylines progress and tonight made for some pretty good feuds in the future. I am intrigued by both World Title scenes as well as where Lesnar and Taker go after tonight. I hope that Nemesis is a solid Raw-only PPV and I can’t wait to read it. Again, good PPV that did it’s job, 9/10.
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Well, I would now think that you're saving Orton/Hunter for a more significant PPV, because I had that encounter nailed on here. Flair winning the vote makes sense though I guess with him being the legend he is. Perhaps a bit more could have been made of the fact that this is the first time Naitch and Triple H have met since Evolution days?? Eighteen minutes is a great length to see you gave the match, since Flair should never get squashed, and I was worried whichever Horseman got the nod might suffer the same fate as the Brotherhood. Clear win for Hunter in the end though to continue this monster run of his. I'm still not wholly into this McMahon/Trips storyline, but I'll wait to see what you pull out of the bag next with it.

Paying homage to my personal favourite 'Mania match?? I thank you.

I actually like the Brotherhood, mainly because of T'Lo and Benjamin, but even so, I'd mark if one of them won the Battle Royale

Wow, a pretty unique turn in the Cruiserweight division. I thought Chavo Guerrero would somehow end up getting the title shot, but I like the idea of Super Crazy winning the draw and getting shafted by his fellow Mexicools. Perhaps with this kind of break up, all three of them can go back to their Luchador roots and really make the CW ranks something.

Jericho's lack of confidence has me worried. Undertaker is obviously winning tonight. I just don't want him to squash the King of the World

Carlito and Kennedy > HBK HBK and Christian will feud for the WHC soon then I would assume, and Kennedy and CCC for the IC. When will Carly's rut end??

Coach's joy on commentary was the most amusing thing about this next match. Umaga's streak continues by killing The King, but I would have loved to hear Coach rubbing it in to J.R. Priceless.

Raw Season Premiere we'll get Christian/Trips?? Nice. Personally I'd like to see CC go over clean as a whistle, since he hasn't looked all that strong in his run thus far, but odds are The Horsemen will screw The Game.

Please let Angle win tonight. The Main Event scene just won't be the same without him

Oh no, you're not writing Angle out of this thread are you? With a pretty bad loss like that to Big Dave it seems like that might be the direction you are taking with him. Batista is still climbing towards the WHC scene at a rapid rate, but I hope Kurt comes back ... and with his A-Game.

Yeah, Vinnie Mac has definately got something up his sleeve to make sure Hunter doesn't beat Christian. Like I said earlier ... Horsemen.

Matt Hardy?? Awesome. I guess it would have been unrealistic to have JBL win the poll. I still see either him or Edge or both interfering in the match though. Great little push for Hardy though; capitalize on it plz.

The future title shot is the stip that everyone expected I think. Finlay and Cena brawling through the match really hypes their feud well. It seems as though, following the dizzying heights of Main Eventing SummerSlam in a HIAC match, both Cena and Orton have quietened down to a mid-card level. Wierd. With Shelton eliminating Kennedy I think he might challenge for the IC belt later on. I definately thought either Cena or Finlay would win the thing, but I'm glad they didn't. Great run for Carlito, especially getting rid of Edge. JBL winning is smart, really smart, and shows how well you plan these things. His feud with RVD can really get going after this PPV now then. Come on Carlito though, chin up

Awesome Last Man Standing Match. You did a nice job of getting over the psychology of this match, with Mysterio doing absolutely everything he possibly could to put Lesnar down, but the big man was just too much in the end. F-5 on the steel steps = Very painful. What's next for both men though I wonder. You've pushed Rey Rey very well this year, so perhaps you'll give him a shot at the big one soon. Lesnar can do whatever the hell he wants; he's a monster who needs to feud with the likes of HBK, HHH etc. soon as.

I'm pretty sure Edge was just referring to his MITB briefcase right?? So if JBL ever does manage to get the belt, Edge will just take it. Edge should probably be cashing in fairly soon me thinks.

Ah, good old comaraderie between Christian and HBK. That'll end well in their match tonight

Unsurprising miscommunication between Michaels and CC to give MNM the win. Pushing tag teams is the future I swear; I hope you agree I can see their feud coming from this. Woah, really didn't see Randy Orton's little attack coming. I'm glad he's still a big enough star to break away from The Horsemen whenever he wants to. Triple Threat soon perhaps??

Ha ha, Cena and Finlay are awesome. Belfast Brawl all the way with this feud.

Yeah it's a shame that RVD didn't get more time to shine in his first title defence and Matt Hardy didn't get more time to shine in his first outing with the big boys. Obviously Van Dam booked as the slightly stronger until Edge. Damn it really did look like he was going to cash that thing in there and then but for RVD. Perhaps the ongoing storyline will involved Edge growing anxious about running out of time. With Van Dam sure to be feuding with JBL soon, I wonder when Edge will be able to cash in??

Well, at least Jericho gets the Main Event the show tonight, despite it being a foregone conclusion. Ha ha, I knew really that you would never let Y2J get squashed, so I'm glad he at least bloodied 'Taker up badly. I still want to see the Sexy Beast with that World title around his waist once. Anyway, quality finish with the Chokeslam through the hearse and 'Taker standing on top as it drives away. Very cool. Undertaker, once again, has a wealth of guys to choose from whom he could feud with; put some younger guys over I would like. As for Jericho ... he's the best on your roster, so he'll be fine ... I hope

Overall, another quality recapped PPV, Wolfy. You have such a plethora of storylines running for you right now that it keeps me interested all the time. The SmackDown title situation is definatelky one of most ineterest, but they were all handled superbly in all honesty
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Smackdown News and Notes:


Rob Van Dams reign as WWE Champion had got off to a tricky start, and now, he is battling the odds to keep his gold. Immediately after Cyber Sunday, Paul Heyman signed a WWE Championship rematch from Cyber Sunday to open the first ever FRIDAY night Smackdown. This time, RVD would defeat the United States Champion, Matt Hardy, with no outside interference playing a part. Later in the show, Paul Heyman would reveal that JBL’s title opportunity will be NEXT WEEK on Smack down - in a Texas Bullrope Match. The same match that JBL put The Rock out of commission just a few months prior, putting Van Dams reign in serious jeopardy once more.


However, RVD would overcome the Wrestling God, and retain his title again, overcome the odds of the Bullrope stipulation, and the interference of The Cabinet, allowing his maiden title reign to continue on. But soon, the spurt of title defences would become clear.


The following week on Smackdown, Paul Heyman would meet RVD in the ring. And after a fairly jovial conversation, with Heyman putting RVD for being a fighting champion, living his dream … before telling RVD he’s sick of it now. Heyman talks about wanting to leave ECW, and all of it’s alumni in the past, and RVD as HIS WWE Champion doesn’t fit in that vision. Heyman goes on to tell RVD he accepted him as champion at first because it was cute, but it’s gone on too long now, and he’s going to make sure it doesn’t last much longer. This leads to the announcement of a Fatal Four Way match tonight, pitting Van Dam against Chris Jericho, Edge and Charlie Haas (??? Charlie Haas??? Yeah, Charlie Haas). Despite strict instructions to make sure RVD doesn’t leave with the belt, Edge, Jericho and Haas all end up focusing their goal on just winning the belt, which allows RVD to capitalise, and retain the title, beating Haas (explaining why he was randomly involved J )


On October 13th, Heyman and Van Dam would come face to face in the ring again on Smackdown. Heyman congratulates Van Dam on keeping the belt, but is told he’ll be defending it EVERY week until Heyman gets what he wants, and that the WWE title from Van Dams waist. RVD though, has a better idea, and proposes a match for the Survivor Series, where he’ll put his title on the line against Heymans General Manager position. After taking a few moments to ponder the proposition … Heyman accepts, setting up a Survivor Series Elimination Match. The General Manager though STILL signs a WWE Championship Match this evening … but doesn’t inform Van Dam on his opponent.


During the show, Paul Heyman offers Batista a spot on his team, promising a shot at the WWE Championship if he accepts, but doesn’t wait for an answer, instead telling The Animal to think it over. Later, Heyman would reveal the recently turned heel (more on this to come) Americas Most Wanted as the challengers for RVD tonight in a No DQ handicap match. It looks as though the plan to get the title from Van Dam will come through with AMW too much for the Champion to handle … but Batista makes the save for RVD, and helps Van Dam retain his belt, giving Heyman his answer, as he joins with RVD for the Survivor Series, showing solidarity instead of greed.



Meanwhile, in other feuds, JBL would begin feuding with The Brothers of Destruction. First defeating Kane on the first Friday Night Smackdown, then stealing a win against The Undertaker, thanks to his Cabinet. After the match, the group attempted to beat The Phenom down further … until the unlikely assist from Kane, making his first appearance alongside his brother in 2 years, running off The Cabinet.


The following week, JBL would talk up his two recent victories over The Brothers of Destruction, billing himself the Wrestling God of Destruction, taking over the yard from The Deadman. As he continued on … the lights went out, and after a gong, the lights would return, and Taker would be in the ring, along with Kane, as The Cabinet would quickly bail from the ring, getting out of dodge from the BOD. How will this feud unfold in the coming weeks??



Elsewhere, The Mexicools greed for the Cruiserweight Championship would soon become apparent. Super Crazy demanded a rematch after being screwed at Cyber Sunday, and when he got his rematch … he turned the tables on Juvi, and screwed the champion out of the gold, becoming the champion himself!!! With Super Crazy and Juvi at loggerheads, Psichosis would also grow frustrated, and also began looking for a title shot himself. With the Mexicools in disarray, is there any way back for them to unite as one?? Or has the lure of singles gold corrupted the three men’s solidarity and friendship??



The Cruiserweight Championship wouldn’t be the only one to change hands in this time period … Matt Hardy would also suffer the loss of the United States Championship. What started out as a friendly match up between Hardy and Brent Albright soon descended into chaos as Albright used just about every trick in the book to capture the title. It still wasn’t enough for him though … but interference from Mister Money in the Bank, Edge, would be, as he cost Matt Hardy his championship, delivering the gold to Brent Albright in a shocking upset.



Paul London and Brian Kendrick though would remain as tag team champions, but would be finding themselves with their sternest test yet. After finishing off The Spirit Squad, the champions looked to be on top of the world, and fended off the challenge of new tag team on the block, Deuce and Domino. Then, they would be met by the former multi time champions, AMW. The two teams agreed to meet soon in the future once Paul Heyman would sanction it, and a mutual handshake was traded. Both team would team together in an 8 Man Tag Match against Deuce, Domino and another new team on Smackdown, The Mad Murdoch Twins. The faces would win the match, but the story afterwards would be the heinous assault by Americas Most Wanted on London & Kendrick, setting up a tag title match the following week, with AMW now fully turned heel. London & Kendrick would retain, but Americas Most Wanted don’t appear to have let their sights slip on reclaiming the gold just yet.



The undefeated Bobby Lashley would now start to appear on Smackdown after months of racking up wins on Velocity. Up until October 13th, he remains undefeated.



In other news, another new tag team would arrive on Smack down - the interesting tandem of Trevor and Festus - The Mad Murdoch Twins. After a couple of appearances, it would become apparently obvious that something wasn’t right with Festus Murdoch, as each and every week, before a match, he would look almost tranced out, but once the bell rings … Festus become an uncontrollable beast, (just like real life ).



And, after his loss to Batista at Cyber Sunday, Kurt Angle apparently vanished from the face of the earth. He was briefly mentioned the week following the PPV, when discussing Cyber Sunday, and it was dropped in that Angle has requested time off to ‘think about his options’. But with Angle gone, a new superstar would begin to make headlines. Montel Vontavious Porter, or ‘M.V.P’ for short, made a couple of in the crowd appearances, both on Smackdown and Raw, with Cole and Tazz talking over M.V.P being the hottest free agent in wrestling, with both Raw and Smackdown chasing his signature. Up until October 13th, MVP had yet to make any decisions on who to sign with.




Raw News and Notes:


Most of it will appear in the Nemesis card preview, but there would be a big three hour Raw Season premiere on October 2nd, less than two weeks before the PPV, headlined of course by Triple H challenging Christian for the World Heavyweight Championship. In the run up to this match, much talk was made of world title changes in the history of Raw, totalling to nine so far, which would become ten is Triple H was to beat Christian … to mark his tenth title reign. Would this ironic piece of information mean anything???


Christian would find more than just Triple H gunning for his title, with a bizarre situation leading to an announcement from Eric Bischoff which resulted in the second ever Roll of the Dice match to take place at Nemesis. Christian or Triple H would roll into the October 15th event, with four challengers gunning for the title, in a match that wouldn’t become clear until moments before the match, with the result resting on a simple dice roll. Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio and Brock Lesnar would be the four challengers for the title at the Mohegan Sun.


Meanwhile, Mr. McMahon STILL wasn’t done with Triple H. In the two weeks leading to the October 2nd title match, McMahon blatantly promised that The Game wouldn’t regain his title for the tenth time. However, Christian wasn’t happy with this promise, and demanded that the Chairman stay the hell out of his business. McMahon didn’t take too kindly to Captain Charismas threat, and warned the champion to watch what he said, or he would face the wrath of McMahon once he was done with HHH. The week prior to the title match would see McMahon try to craft one final fiendish plot to upend The Game, booking a proposed tag team match, which would see Randy Orton and Ric Flair face Triple H, and a partner - if he could find one. Immediately, Christian offered his services to The Game, but McMahon saw to it that plan wouldn’t come to fruition, banning Christian from the arena for the night. This would then see a shocking development as The Game turned to the last possible person anyone could’ve imagined - Shawn Michaels.
HBK came to The Games aide, and for one night only, the pair buried the hatchet, and even entered the fray together, to the classic theme of DX, as they took down Orton and Flair, much to the chagrin of The Chairman.


And so, it was on to the Raw Season Premiere. Many had looked to the possibility of Triple H winning his tenth world title, in what would be the tenth world title change in Raw history, after overcoming all the obstacles thrown in his way by McMahon, but it appeared a final spanner would be thrown into the works. McMahon once again promised to make sure The Game paid for making his family miserable, but he would be cut off by a surprise figure - his daughter, Stephanie McMahon. Steph would plead with her father NOT to interfere, but to instead allow fate to take it’s course, telling her father she knew HHH better than anyone, and guaranteed his meddling would only result in making The Game more determined to take the title, and it appeared McMahon had saw sense … until main event time. Vince again, made his presence felt at ringside, with his presence alone causing distraction for The Game. Christian and Triple H would do battle in a fairly short, basic contest, which began to heat up as the closing stages crept in, and after Triple H accidentally knocked down the official, McMahon would get involved. Vince took a chair, and got into the ring, bearing down on HHH, set to strike, before BLINDSIDING CHRISTIAN INSTEAD!!!! McMahon nailed Christian in the back, as The Game slowly realised what was happening. Vince called for another referee, as The Game picked Christian up for a Pedigree, but as he hooked the arms, Christian took the world by surprise, tripping the legs, and bridging for a cover, AND SCORING A THREE COUNT!!! CHRISTIAN RETAINED!!!



Somehow, Christian remained champion, but why did McMahon HELP Triple H?? That would be revealed the following week on Raw … Triple H and Stephanie would be officially re-united, and Vince McMahon put his change of heart down to the look in his daughters eyes last week that showed she was still in love with The Game, and had he known that their night of passion was much more than it had been revealed to be, he’d have sided with HHH much sooner. With that said, is it now a matter of time before The Game becomes the champion again?? And what does this mean for Christian, who already has four men gunning for his title at Nemesis, with another waiting in the wings, with the strongest support behind him of any challenger he has had during his reign.



The Mick Foley / Boogeyman experiment would come to a sudden halt, after Mick Foley studied the ratings during segments featuring his protégé, and found the results less than pleasing. With the ‘modern day Hulk Hogan’ getting off to a lukewarm start, Foley decided to cut his ties and look elsewhere. Boogeyman oddly remains undefeated at this point though.



After weeks of vignettes, Kevin Thorn, along with his squeeze, Ariel, would make a debut on Raw, taking on a jobber, announced as Mike Knox. Thorn would win the match convincingly, but afterwards, Ariel would sink her teeth into a lifeless Knox, and hey presto, one week later Mike Knox is now a vampire too, under the name of Michael Knox now, creating the stable of ‘The Cult Society’.



Also, the night after Cyber Sunday, the long running Brotherhood - Straight Edge / Booker T & Elijah Burke war came to a head in a really good 8 man tag Hardcore match, which would see the faces get the final word, with CM Punk pinning Orlando Jordan to end the match, and the feud.




Official Card for WWE Nemesis:

Date:
15th October 2006

Location:
Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville CT

Event Music:
The Killers, Bling (Confessions of a King)



World Heavyweight Championship:
Roll of the Dice Match:

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1: ELIMINATION MATCH - 2: GAUNTLET MATCH - 3: LAST MAN STANDING - 4: QUINTET FREE FOR ALL - 5: STEEL CAGE MATCH - 6: TLC MATCH

Christian vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton


It just doesn’t get any easier for the Champion. Christian nears in on six months as World Champion, and now faces arguably the biggest challenge yet. He’ll go into a match with four other opponents, and he wont know what type of match it will be until moments before the contest begins. The road to Nemesis began at Cyber Sunday, with Shawn Michaels making it clear to Captain Charisma that he didn’t want to team with the champion, but wanted to face him instead. After the two got involved in a mix up during their match, tensions seemed to boil over … then Randy Orton sent both men a message, with RKO’s to Christian and the Showstopper.

The following night, Orton, Michaels and Brock Lesnar, fresh off a Last Man Standing win against Rey Mysterio, would all make their points for a title match, leading to the main event of that weeks show, pitting HBK and Mysterio against Orton and Lesnar, with Eric Bischoff undecided as to who deserves the PPV title shot most. Rey would then underline his own possible credentials, pinning Orton to win the match.
So, the following week, Eric Bischoff would drop the bombshell of the Nemesis main event, seeing the return of the Roll of the Dice match, aptly fitting in with another PPV emanating from a Casino. Five men, six possible matches, but only one can leave as champion. And if that wasn’t enough for Captain Charisma to handle, he’s also had The Game Triple H, gunning for him too. Now, with the backing of Vince and Stephanie McMahon, Triple H will be waiting in the wings for another crack at the title, whether Christian holds the belt or not. With the pressure mounting on the champion, is Christians time on top coming to an end??



WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:

Mr. Kennedy vs. Shelton Benjamin


After Shelton Benjamin eliminated Mister Kennedy from the Raw & Smackdown 20 Man Battle Royal at Cyber Sunday, The ‘Black Diamond’ has made it his mission to scoop the Intercontinental Title for a second time. And just to make his point clearer, Benjamin would pin Kennedy in a 6 Man Tag Match two weeks later, to make sure he would be the next in line for a shot at the title. The two have continued to collide in the run up to Nemesis, and Shelton has promised to deliver The Brotherhood their first ever piece of gold, looking to repay Theodore Long for his faith since joining the group. But Mr. Kennedy, the 2006 King of the Ring hasn’t been phased, and defiantly warned Benjamin he’ll need a small army to prise the championship from his waist.



World Tag Team Championships Match:

MNM vs. Booker T & Elijah Burke


After disposing of The Brotherhood, Booker T, Elijah Burke and Straight Edge would immediately be put up against each other … with a World Tag Team Title shot up for grabs at Nemesis. Needless to say, Booker & Burke would triumph in a highly competitive match up, and the next stop for them would be MNM. The challengers have been on a roll, and given that MNM have yet to face a stern test from a full time duo, could the champions be found out, and caught by the hot teacher / pupil combination??



WWE Womens Championship;
Triple Threat Match:

Alexis Laree vs. Jillian Hall vs. Jazz


With the championship deemed vacant for a full month, Alexis Laree would pick up from where she left off after losing to Trish Stratus, and reclaim the title, defeating Jillian Hall on the Raw Season Premiere. Hall immediately ordered a rematch the following week, but this was to be disrupted by Jazz, who sent a clear message to both Laree and Hall, taking both out, and making it clear that the Womens title is in her sights. So impressed with this display, Bischoff instantly signed a triple threat match at Nemesis for the title. Can The Brotherhood seize the opportunity, and leave Nemesis with double gold??



6 Man Tag Team Match:

The Horsemen vs. Carlito & Straight Edge


With Randy Orton involved in the World Heavyweight Championship Match, the remaining three Horsemen have been left to fend for themselves in this interesting six man tag team match. Starting from the September 18th edition of Raw, Nick Dinsmore would cheat his way to a victory against Carlito, meaning the losing streak continued for the Caribbean native. Carlito now, was fed up with his long running losing streak. Hosting the Cabana, Carlito invited The Horsemen to the ring, and there, Dinsmore, Cade and Flair would mock CCC over his six months without a singles win, eventually setting up Carlito vs. Ric Flair at the Season Premiere of Raw on October 2nd. And there, Carlito finally ended his winless streak, against arguably the greatest of all time, Ric Flair. Following the shock loss for the Nature Boy, Cade and Dinsmore jumped Carlito, beating CCC down, taking away his moment of glory, moments after scoring his first win since WrestleMania. Then, on a the final Raw leading to the PPV, Cade and Dinsmore took on Punk and Helms, almost scoring a cheap win thanks to Flair, but a late intervention from Carlito turned the tide, and allowed Helms to pin Dinsmore and take the victory!!! During the week on wwe.com, this six man match would be added to Nemesis, providing what promises to be a terrific match up.



No Count Outs, No Disqualifications, Falls Count Anywhere:

John Cena vs. Finlay


Finlay thought John Cena was done. Following his Hell in a Cell loss to Randy Orton at Summerslam, Cena appeared to have lost the spark that he had just weeks prior, and ever the opportunistic bully, Finlay decided to pick on Cena while he was down. For weeks, Cena took the verbal abuse like a jobber, and even suffered an in ring loss to Rob Conway of all people. But suddenly … something snapped inside the Doctor of Thuganomics. Cena wailed on Finlay, Conway and his own tag team partner, Rhyno, finally recapturing the edge he had before Summerslam. And at Cyber Sunday, both Cena and Finlay would waste golden opportunities to claim a World Championship Match, instead, eliminating one another from the 20 Man Battle Royal.

This would set the stage for weeks of more brawls between the pair. Meeting on Raw the night after Cyber Sunday, the pair brawled out of the ring, and through the crowd, ending the contest in a very under whelming double count out. Looking to combat this, Eric Bischoff signed a rematch the following week, this time, with no count outs. Both men took advantage of this stipulation, and brawled through the arena, but then, both men went too far, and found themselves on the wrong end of a double disqualification, giving the fans a second unsatisfying meeting between the pair. So, thinking he now had a foolproof plan to find a winner, Eric Bischoff signed another rematch for the Raw Season Premiere, this time, with No Count Outs and No DQ. Again though, Bischoff would be wrong.
This time, Cena and Finlay took advantage of not only the no count out ruling, but the no disqualification ruling also, beating the tar out of one another in a gruelling contest. But, as they continued to brawl, and brawl through the arena, the backstage area, they finally found themselves fighting out of the front entrance of the arena, and into the streets of St. Louis, before eventually, both men were oddly arrested for doing their jobs, once again, ending the match in a No Contest. By now, Bischoff was furious. After three attempts of the two men settling their differences, they still hadn’t found a winner. Bischoff then signed a final rematch for Nemesis, this time, with no count outs, no DQ and FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE, potentially meaning the match could end on Mars . Somehow this sanctioning from Bischoff over rules Connecticut police, because now as it's Falls Count Anywhere, that makes a fight legal if it goes to the streets . Cena though, still wanted to fight on the final Raw before Nemesis, and found himself an opponent, in the shape of … Rob Conway. The Con Man once again fancied his chances of beating Cena, not realising he had now came out of his slump, but soon found out, as Cena ran through Conway like a jobber, rectifying the loss last month. However, come Nemesis it wont be so easy for Cena, as he takes on the Irishman who loves to fight. This time there WILL be a winner, but who will it be?? Can Cena prove his slump is behind him?? Or will Finlay finally punk out Cena physically??



Special Challenge Match:

Umaga vs. Rhyno


After dismantling WWE legends, Umaga was back to the main roster, with Armando Estrada hosting the ‘Bulldozer Dare’, giving any superstar that wants a chance to take on his savage beast. Rhyno was the first to answer the challenge, but despite giving it a solid effort, found himself to be no match for Umaga, and was disposed of by the Bulldozer. Rhyno though, wouldn’t be put off easily. As Mark Henry of The Brotherhood prepared to accept the challenge on the following show, Rhyno would intervene, and GORE Henry on the ramp, taking his place instead against Umaga, but once again, found himself unable to overcome the dominant Samoan. This time, Umaga took exception to Rhynos resilience, and after the win, showed Rhyno just how much trouble his persistence could land him in, decimating the Man Beast, leaving him a broken mess in the ring.

The Bulldozer Dare continued the following week, with Umaga defeating Mark Henry convincingly, but on the final Raw leading to Nemesis, Rhyno would return to answer the challenge again, but this time lost - on his own terms by DQ, taking Umaga off his feet with thunderous chair shots, before the Samoan Bulldozer would be led away from the ring by Estrada, as it finally looked like there was a chink shown in his armour. Rhyno then issued the challenge for Nemesis, setting up this grudge match, with Rhyno determined to give Umaga a real test.


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Official Card for WWE Nemesis:
Date: 15th October 2006
Location: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville CT
Event Music:The Killers, Bling (Confessions of a King)

World Heavyweight Championship: Roll of the Dice Match:
- 1: ELIMINATION MATCH - 2: GAUNTLET MATCH - 3: LAST MAN STANDING - 4: QUINTET FREE FOR ALL - 5: STEEL CAGE MATCH - 6: TLC MATCH
Christian vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match:
MNM vs. Booker T & Elijah Burke

WWE Womens Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Jillian Hall vs. Jazz

6 Man Tag Team Match:
The Horsemen vs. Carlito & Straight Edge

No Count Outs, No Disqualifications, Falls Count Anywhere:
John Cena vs. Finlay

Special Challenge Match:
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Official Card for WWE Nemesis:
Date: 15th October 2006
Location: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville CT
Event Music:The Killers, Bling (Confessions of a King)

World Heavyweight Championship: Roll of the Dice Match:
- 1: ELIMINATION MATCH - 2: GAUNTLET MATCH - 3: LAST MAN STANDING - 4: QUINTET FREE FOR ALL - 5: STEEL CAGE MATCH - 6: TLC MATCH
Christian vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match:
MNM vs. Booker T & Elijah Burke

WWE Womens Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Jillian Hall vs. Jazz

6 Man Tag Team Match:
The Horsemen vs. Carlito & Straight Edge

No Count Outs, No Disqualifications, Falls Count Anywhere:
John Cena vs. Finlay

Special Challenge Match:
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Some feedback for you, Wolf

SmackDown!


Very interesting situation with the WWE Championship on SmackDown! Very interesting indeed. So it appears you are going for the McMahon/Austin approach with RVD's reign, pairing him off against Paul Heyman. It seems to be working okay from this description, as Van Dam is coming off as a total beast, defeating both Matt Hardy and JBL easy as you like {}.Slightly surprised by JBL's disappearance from the title picture though. I was sure he was up for a run with the strap. By the way, Haas' involvement in a WWE Championship match = awesome, not random. Re-push that bad boy plz. Anyway, I'm not sure I fully understand the stipulation for Survivor Series. So if Team Heyman wins, RVD is stripped of the title and the title is ... vacant?? But if Team RVD wins, Heyman resigns as GM of SmackDown?? If that's right then it's a pretty sweet stipulation that could go either way. Batista's face turn has been handled really well, and this rebellion against Heyman improves it. Both teams are going to be BAD ASS it looks like. Jericho for Heyman's team Captain though I hope.

Loving the pairing of JBL against The Undertaker. Not too sure about Kane's involvement though. JBL without the title alone is a good enough feud that's different from their '04 one, and could really go places. But a Cabinet/Brother's Of Destruction feud probably wouldn't work since Noble and The Bashams have been pushed as jobbers really. We'll see where it goes though.

The obvious Triple Threat Match between The Mexicools should be an awesome contest, as Lucha Libre needs some BTB love. Slightly disappointed that Chavo and Kash have fallen off the face of the earth though.

Matt Hardy loses the United States Championship to Brent Albright??? WTF??? That was a shocker. I thought Albright was just a glorified jobber really, not title material. If this is a way to have Hardy feud with Edge more, thus elevating them both further towards the Main Event scene {Edge is already there though}, then I'm happy. No de-push for Hardy though plz. As for Albright ... is he heel now then?? Charlie Haas really needs his belt back.

Loving the heel turn from AMW. Just about everyone in the world is better heel and AMW are no exception. Their feud with London and Kendrick could produce some real classics. If AMW are going to be henchman to Heyman too like the Handicap Match suggested then it could really give the tag division some much needed exposure.

Good to see some debuts too. Lashley's awesomeness is very underappreciated in BTB imo, so I hope you push him right. Will he be face or heel? We all know he's a better monster. Deuce and Domino are a quality addition to the tag division, and The Mad Murdoch Twins ... pure comedy. Love it

MVP~!!! It's about time Porter reared his head in this thread. The way you described things, could Angle's comeback feud be with Montel?? It'd be a hell of way for MVP to make a name for himself, and I really want Angle to make a classy return.

Raw


Well this business with Triple H certainly has gotten interesting all of a sudden hasn't it?? I'm heartily confused by the whole thing, with Stephanie making her Dad suddenly want to help Hunter again and try to screw Christian. I definately loved Captain Charisma overcoming the odds and pinning The Game, but I'd like him to win a title match via something other than a roll up soon Really not sure what to make of Hunter/McMahon. Trips only just turned face so a heel turn can't be on the horizon. Oh God I'm lost

Boogeyman/Foley things is over?? Thank God. Don't know what Mick was thinking of.

The Cult Society?? Knox and Thorn?? Blimey, you do like throwing these makeshift teams together don't you, Wolf? At least you're trying to make something of your tag division though; makes a nice change. I've never been too keen on this Vampire gimmick though I'm afraid.

Perfect way to end the Brotherhood feud with Straight Edge and Booker/Burke. Punk needs the biggest push of the lot. I just hope Shelton Benjamin doesn't fizzle out now.

Official Card for WWE Nemesis:
Date: 15th October 2006
Location: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville CT
Event Music: The Killers, Bling (Confessions of a King)



World Heavyweight Championship:
Roll of the Dice Match:


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1: ELIMINATION MATCH - 2: GAUNTLET MATCH - 3: LAST MAN STANDING - 4: QUINTET FREE FOR ALL - 5: STEEL CAGE MATCH - 6: TLC MATCH


Christian vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton

God knows how a Five-man LMS, Cage or TLC match would work, which is why I'm picking the best of the other three. Christian losing the title here just doesn't sound right. Backlash to Nemesis?? It would be better if he lost the belt on a more high-profile show, so I think he'll be retaining. Most likely he and Shawn will do the majority of the feuding, as a rivalry between those two and also Triple H looks to be in the works for the next few months.




WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:


Mr. Kennedy vs. Shelton Benjamin

Yeah, I could see this match coming after the Battle Royal, and it's a smart choice too. Kennedy is already on a role after beating Edge, becoming KOTR and now being IC Champion, so a lengthy reign will really propel him even further towards Main Event status. As for Benjamin, it kind of looks like he's been relegated to mid-card jobber status, so I can't see him getting the belt here.




World Tag Team Championships Match:


MNM vs. Booker T & Elijah Burke

I thought Straight Edge would be the ones to get the shot, but I guess Booker/Burke came first, so who's counting?? MNM looked like beats after beating Christian and Michaels, so they'll be winning this to continue the'r dominant reign. Straight Edge will probably be the ones to take the belts off them I reckon.




WWE Womens Championship;
Triple Threat Match:


Alexis Laree vs. Jillian Hall vs. Jazz

No brainer really. Laree owns the Women's division right now.




6 Man Tag Team Match:


The Horsemen vs. Carlito & Straight Edge








No Count Outs, No Disqualifications, Falls Count Anywhere:


John Cena vs. Finlay

I'm actually going to go with a surprise win for Finlay here. I know you mark for his awesomeness, so it would be great to see him pushed so high.




Special Challenge Match:


Umaga vs. Rhyno


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Just to answer a few questions-

1) Spot on about the Survivor Series stip between RVD & Heyman. If RVDs team loses, he's stripped of his title, if they win, Heyman is fired as SD GM.

2) Albright is heel now (poor turn imo), and Lashley for now is a shit face (like real life )

3) Triple H is now a heel again. Was always the plan for a short face turn to set up the eventual shock turn. It most certainly would've played out better imo had I done this whole angle in full.

4) Cult Society is just a lower level tandem tbh to bulk up the division on Raw, much like Deuce & Domino on SD.

5) Although he wont directly play a part in the Foley angle, the Boogeyman 'experiment' is still a vital (well, not vital, but a big) part of the angle as it unfolds eventually. Seems silly now, but hopefully the recaps can do it justice (I'm afraid it might just come off as lame as fuck, but it shouldnt )

6) Roll of the Dice match I should've explained a little better - if it were to be LMS, it would work in an elimination kind of mode, whereby if a certain guy cant break the count, he's out etc. Cage would be just five guys in a cage with a pinfall or submission brining victory, and TLC would've just been the first guy to climb the ladder and grab the belt being the winner.

Thanks for dropping comments my man, hopefully the answers are up to scratch .

Nemesis recap up some time during the week methinks.
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