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Raw News and Notes

Despite their victory at Survivor Series, John Cena and Christian wouldn’t be celebrating their title shots for long. With the two men seemingly unable to agree on who would get the first crack at Triple H, the decision would quickly be made for them by Raw General Manager, Eric Bischoff. Flanked by a beaming Mr. McMahon, the GM would reveal that despite the fact that both of them survived at the Survivor Series, only ONE would get a title shot, thus announcing Cena vs. Christian in a mammoth Raw main event the following week. However, Bischoff would end his announcement with a bombshell … whilst the winner would indeed face Triple H for the World Championship, the loser … would never again get an opportunity at the World Title.

In spite of the adversity both men faced, Christian and Cena would tear the house down the following week, with a scintillating main event. With the match finely poised, and both men down after a double clothesline … Triple H made his presence felt. The Game made his way to the ring, taking advantage of the ‘No DQ’ ruling made earlier in the night, by arrogantly stepping into the ring, and delivering a Pedigree … TO CENA … AND … TO CHRISTIAN!!! Then, the champion would place Cenas arm over Christian, and give John Cena the title match, but in the process, would eradicate Christians chances of EVER winning back the World Title he lost to Triple H himself. Now, the match was set. In two weeks time, Cena would take on Triple H for the title.

The following week, John Cena would meet Triple H face to face in the ring a week before their first ever meeting. Cena, acknowledging that the match with Christian could’ve gone either way, would coldly tell Triple H that regardless of what might’ve happened, what’s done is done, and although Triple H may have eliminated one threat to his title … he’s managed to gain a bigger threat … one he wont stop.

Meanwhile, Mr. McMahon would inform Christian that despite the fact he’ll NEVER again be eligible to win the World Championship, he still has a bright future on Raw, going on to prove that, by announcing he’d asked Eric Bischoff to grant him a shot at the Intercontinental Championship next week. Christian though, lost his cool, having heard enough of the gloating Chairman, and planted the boss with an Unprettier!!!

So, it was onto December 4th, and Raw would be headlined with two big championship matches. First up, kicking off the second hour, was Christian challenging Shelton Benjamin for the Intercontinental Title. But - not everything was as it seemed. Eric Bischoff, again, flanked by Mr. McMahon, would announce that he decided to spice the match up … and changed the match into a 4 on 1 Handicap match - pitting the challenger against Benjamin, Henry, Mack and Jordan. Needless to say, Christian would fall short in his goal to win the title, and thanks to a well laid plan by McMahon & Bischoff, Shelton Benjamin would retain the title.

Later in the show, it would then be announced that Eric Bischoff and Mr. McMahon had decided to give Christian another opportunity at gold next week, when Captain Charisma would team up with Tyson Tomko to take on MNM for the Tag Team Titles.

Then, it was on to the main event. Electricity was in the air as Triple H and John Cena would collide for the first time - ON FREE TV!!! The rabid fans ate up the action, but as Cena began to look like being on the verge of victory, slipping out of a Pedigree and hammering The Game with an FU - Stephanie McMahon would pull the referee out of the ring. This would set up the (inevitable) screwy finish, as Shane would clobber the referee from behind, allowing the hired hands of Brock Lesnar and Finlay to run in and take on Cena, but instead, the challenger got a hold of the Shillelagh, and cracked the weapon over the head of both men, before getting to HHH again, and applying the STFU!!! The Game tapped, but no referee would be present to call the match. Vince and Shane then came for a piece of Cena, but both got picked off quickly by the challenger. Ultimately, there would be just too much for Cena to contend with, and after Finlay blasted Cena with the shillelagh, Cena would be easy pickings for Brock Lesnar to deliver an F5. Triple H, to make sure, finished Cena off with the Pedigree, and miraculously, the referee would recover, and count the fall, keeping the title in possession of Triple H, after a real clusterfuck of a finish.

Elsewhere, outside of the main event title picture, Shawn Michaels would have his hands full too. The night after Survivor Series, an irate HBK called out Mick Foley to explain himself, after disqualifying Michaels the night before. Foley would answer the call, but bemused Michaels with his explanation. The Hardcore Legend would track through his recent project, talking over trying to ‘bring back the good old days’ over the last six months, recalling The Boogeyman experiment as a modern day Hulk Hogan, with that working in the 80’s but failing today. He then said the 90’s boom in the WWE began arguably at the Survivor Series in ‘97 leading to the shock TV era, and argued that nothing could be bigger or more shocking than Shawn Michaels getting screwed in his home state at the Survivor Series, just like he screwed Bret Hart at the same event in his home country. Foley would smile throughout, encouraging Michaels to ‘go with the flow’, and enjoy it, or at least, grin and bear it, but Michaels instead is even more angry, even more upset, and responds to the explanation with SWEET CHIN MUSIC!!! Michaels leaves the ring, and Foley lies on the mat, with a sinister grin on his face. Since this appearance the night after Survivor Series, Foley hasn’t been mentioned, or seen on television.

Michaels however, wasn’t going anywhere, as he was instantly embroiled into a feud with Randy Orton. After Ric Flair appeared on
SMACKDOWN following Survivor Series, and shocked the world announcing his RETIREMENT, all down to Randy Orton, and his win against Flair and his team at the November event, which would prompt Flair to decide he cant cut it anymore, and felt he had been driven from Raw, to the point where he could only make his announcement on Smackdown, in fear of Orton and The New Wave giving him one last ‘send off’.

Following that earth shattering announcement, Randy Orton would obviously gloat on Raw. But his ‘celebrations’ were to be short lived, as a still irate HBK made his way to the ring, letting out his anger at Orton, and his posse for the lack of respect towards his hero, and the greatest of all time. This led to a brief brawl, but miraculously, a fired up Michaels would fend off Orton and his New Wave, sparking a feud between the two.

In the weeks to follow, Michaels defeated Ken Doane, despite interference from Orton, before Michaels would come to the aide of Straight Edge as they took on Cade & Dinsmore the following week, with Orton having got involved.

The womens division would seem to lose steam in the four weeks after Survivor Series, with Melina focused more on helping MNM keep their tag titles from Booker T & Elijah Burke, as the two teams met one final time on November 27th, in a Hardcore Rules match, with MNM finally getting a decisive win against the challengers. Melina did defend her title on December 4th, beating off a challenge from Maria, who seemed to become #1 Contender for no reason.

And, in heel turns, Mister Kennedy would go back to his heel roots, turning on Rey Mysterio after a tag team match against the 4 wrestling members of The Brotherhood on November 20th. Kennedy would take exception to Mysterio coming to his aide the week previous after Benjamin retained his title against the KOTR, setting up the 2 on 4 match, where Rey and Kennedy actually won, with Mysterio pinning OJ for the win. Kennedy though, appeared to think Rey Mysterio was stealing all the glory, and after the match, took his recent frustrations out on Mysterio, with a heinous attack. Of course, from this point, Rey and Kennedy have sparked a feud.

In other news, Umaga is still unbeaten, and took on a spirited Carlito, who had demanded a match after Umaga - for no reason - attacked Carlito and Kevin Thorn during a match the week previous. Umaga defeated Carlito of course, and also defeated both Kevin Thorn and his tag team partner, Michael Knox in the following weeks, despite Thorn and Knox being heels.

Brock Lesnar was given two weeks off following Survivor Series, after a hectic road schedule, and didn’t compete in a match over the four week period, partaking only in backstage segments with Mr. McMahon and Eric Bischoff, with both trying to convince him to ‘scratch their backs, and they’ll scratch his’, if he could make sure that Triple H retained the title against Cena. But would Mr. McMahon be able to give Lesnar what he wanted - a championship match against his soon to be son in law?? We’ll soon find out, after Lesnar DID help Triple H retain his title against John Cena.

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News and Notes on Smackdown:

Paul Heymans successor as General Manager would be named right at the top of Smackdown following Survivor Series, with a complete contrast to Paul Heyman … THE ENFORCER ARN ANDERSON!!! Double A would take the reigns and immediately promised the fans that under him, he’d be taking no crap from any superstar, regardless of who they are, or what their standing is, but as we’ll find out shortly, Andersons reign wouldn’t get off to the start he wanted… (more on that later)

Meanwhile, it would be confirmed that J.B.L would indeed be out of action indefinitely following the injury he sustained prior to Armageddon. It would seemingly spell disaster for The Cabinet who have been restricted to Velocity appearances since Survivor Series.

Also, The Rock had not appeared since Survivor Series, and was only barely mentioned on TV by Kurt Angle as he talked up his huge win at the event. Internet reports stated that The Rock wouldn’t be making a comeback for the ‘foreseeable future’, as he agreed to another movie, almost certainly ruling him out of a return anytime before WM.

M.V.P finally signed on the dotted line with Smackdown, reputedly for the largest contract in Smackdown history.

Anything else of note will be alluded to in the Armageddon preview…




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Official Card for WWE Armageddon:
Date:
10th December 2006
Location: Richmond Coliseum, Richmond VA
Event Music: The End, WWE Produced

WWE Championship:
- ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH -
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Batista

Paul Heyman would indeed leave a lasting impression as Smackdown General Manager. Throughout his first show in charge, Arn Anderson had promised to announce the #1 Contender situation at the end of the night. And so, after RVD and Matt Hardy defeated Chris Jericho and Brent Albright in the main event of the show, the new General Manager would arrive on the scene with bad news. Moments earlier, it had come to Andersons attention that before Heyman was relieved of his position, he signed a cast iron contract, which allowed him to pre-approve the Armageddon main event, which would be an Elimination Chamber Match. So, despite RVD ridding Smackdown of Paul Heyman, it was Heyman who would have the last laugh, having made a decision that would still potentially give him what he wanted ... RVD without the championship.

Over the course of the four week period leading to Armageddon, the feud between Angle and The Undertaker would continue. After Angle shot himself straight back into the headlines with a shocking SUBMISSION win against Taker at Survivor Series, he looked to be back at his very best after a difficult ‘06. Angle and Taker met in the ring on Smackdown two weeks later from SS (not in an official match, just an in ring collision), and got into a massive brawl, with Angle again coming out on top, bloodying Taker with a heinous assault, using an exposed turnbuckle to open the gash. Angle then met Kane one on one the following week, scoring ANOTHER submission win, before Taker would come for revenge, Tombstoning Angle in the ring. Elsewhere in the run up to Armageddon, RVD and Chris Jericho embroiled themselves into the feud between AMW and the tag team champions, Paul London & Brian Kendrick, with a 6 Man tag on one week where neither RVD or Y2J were involved in the finish, whilst in the other, RVD faced James Storm, and Jericho took on Kendrick, with the two main event players getting wins.

Batista got a big win over Kane on November 24th, and got a squash win against Chris Masters the following week, leading to an interesting triple threat tag team match on the final edition of Smack down - Rob Van Dam & Batista vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker & Kane. The Brothers of Destruction would win the match, with Taker pinning Angle, getting his win back, as the B.O.D took out all four opponents, standing tall, face to face to close the show, leading into the Chamber. Would Heyman have the last laugh against RVD?? Would Chris Jericho finally achieve the World Title he had been chasing for the last two years?? Would Kurt Angle complete his rehabilitation to the main events, by crowning his comeback with a World title?? Could Batista make history and win his first World Title?? Might Kane win the title for only the second time - a first since 1998?? Or, would The Undertaker stand tall once again??


United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Matt Hardy

Brent Albright won the title in unsavoury fashion from Matt Hardy in the run up towards the Survivor Series, and after Paul Heyman had blocked a rematch, Arn Anderson instantly signed this rematch for Armageddon.


WWE Tag Team Championships Match; 2 Out Of 3 Falls:
- 1st Fall: Regular Rules -
- 2nd Fall: No Disqualifications -
- 3rd Fall: Ladder Match -
Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Americas Most Wanted

Following on from their run ins weeks previous to Survivor Series, AMW picked up the pace in their search for another reign as tag team champions. Fighting champions as ever, London & Kendrick refused to back down from the heel challengers, and gave Harris & Storm an opportunity at another shot in a non title match. AMW would score a cheap victory to get the shot at Armageddon, leading to the new GM to stamp his mark on Smackdown, signing a 2/3 Falls contest for the PPV, giving AMW the challenge of beating the champions twice, not giving AMW the chance to steal the titles in the same fashion they earned the opportunity. As mentioned earlier, RVD and Chris Jericho would become a part of the feud for two weeks. Before the final week before Armageddon, Harris would face London, with Harris getting disqualified, as he and Storm took out the champions with a ladder, setting a prelude to the third fall, if it goes that far {as if it isn’t}.


WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Super Crazy vs. Juvi vs. Psichosis

The feud between the Mexicools continued over the month, leading to another triple threat match at Armageddon. That’s about all to say on that.


Debut Match:
M.V.P vs. William Regal

M.V.Ps highly anticipated debut would take place at Armageddon, with the veteran William Regal picked as his opponent. From the calibre of opponent picked for his first match, MVP would be thrown straight into the deep end. Over the weeks leading to the event, Regal would have a couple of backstage promos to hype the match, claiming that we would find out at Armageddon just how good MVP is, because nobody gets an easy ride with William Regal.


Challenge Match:
Lashley vs. Edge

After Edge became the first man to pin Lashley, albeit through cheap measures, Lashley made a beeline for the Money in the bank holder, chasing Edge out of the ring. The following week after the announcement of the Elimination Chamber, Edge would complain to Arn Anderson over shoddy management, overlooking him for yet another title match. Just like Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman before him, Double A made reference to the title shot Edge already has. He then went on to tell The Rated ‘R’ Superstar that he already has a match for Armageddon anyway … and that is against Bobby Lashley. Lashley over the remaining weeks would be made to look strong, getting a win over Edge in an impromptu match, and got the better of Edge as he attempted a sneak attack, but could he do it under the bright lights of a PPV??

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Expect the Armageddon recap this weekend, probably Friday. After that, I’m back rolling, with full Raws leading to RR, recapped Smackdowns, and the Rumble PPV in full.

... Also whilst on that point ... if there is anyone out there that is good at making banners and more importantly wouldnt mind making one for me, please PM me, as I'd like one for the Royal Rumble event. PLEASEEEEE.

I’ll also post PPV schedule, current roster (which is more like a profile for each superstar having major feuds listed etc for new readers {if there are any L }, and other shiz).

Until then, feel free to leave comments, but negative rep for anyone who just builds up their post count by picking predictions, and not actually giving a toss. Shame on you . (seriously though ... :@)

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Sorry didn't drop any comments on Survivor Series but I talked to you last week about it but anyways here's some thoughts on what's going on.

I love the angle that McMahon and Bischoff are teaming together to take Christian down. It really makes me think though that they might dangle a future World title shot in front of him finally and that he might actually get that shot back. If so it would be at WrestleMania but really this is a rather good angle that you've got going. Moving onto HHH/Cena, shame to see you put it on free TV but I guess it's better because of all of the interference, etc. I'm just curious to see if there is going to be a rematch in the long term?

HBK/Orton definently reminds me of the HBK/Batista angle that spurred up this year but I know you had this planned long before since you last posted in the thread really before the HBK/Batista stuff started I think. Regardless Flair leaving is going to be a tough loss but sometimes you've got to hand the torch over and now's a good time to do it. BTW this Foley thing is rather intriguing too and makes me wonder what happens next to HBK in this saga?

I'll just comment on the smaller things. Kennedy going back to heel is great as he plays that role better despite the fact he can play both well. Should make for an interesting feud with Mysterio no doubt. Umaga running roughshed over Raw is no real shock but I must wonder when he is eventually going to challenge for the title? Surely not now since the Game is the champion but I'm sure once a face wins it he'll be first in line or awful close up there since you like Youmanga.

Now onto Smackdown....

Oooo...Anderson as GM. Something different for certain and glad to see that you did bring in a different GM. Smackdown is going to take a hit losing JBL and the Rock but you've built up enough stars recently that can succesfully fill their roles in the top spots if necessary. And predictions...

WWE Championship:
- ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH -
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Batista

I want to say that it's going to happen as a result of Angle having had a bad year and capping it all off and ending the bad year with winning the title but I'm not certain. It would certainly be a good storyline ender for Angle and hopefully this is what happens but I'm thinking we'll most likely have a new champion regardless. Whether or not it is Angle is the question but I'll take this slim chance and say it will be.

United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Matt Hardy

This is going to be a good match right here (well if you had written it out in full :P) but anyways I'm sure that Albright is going to retain unless you pull a swerve on us and Hardy wins the title again. Anything's possible...

WWE Tag Team Championships Match; 2 Out Of 3 Falls:
- 1st Fall: Regular Rules -
- 2nd Fall: No Disqualifications -
- 3rd Fall: Ladder Match -
Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Americas Most Wanted

I know your very high on AMW and just like Legend had mentioned you've basically turned them into a mainstay on an WWE roster. Not something that happens all the time but anyways I think it's time for them to finally earn back their titles they lost. Their heel role seems to be working really well for them and something different in your thread at least so I definently think we could see new challengers come Armageddon.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Super Crazy vs. Juvi vs. Psichosis

Hmmm. Sad thing is I forgot the champion? I think it's Super Crazy haha and well I'm going to just play it safe and say he wins. Sad to see the group exploded as they are one of my more favorite tag teams WWE debuted in the past few years but I bet it would have made for a great match.

Debut Match:
M.V.P vs. William Regal

No doubt MVP's got it. A big credible win over Regal is going to help the Playmaker get rolling into January for the Royal Rumble.

Challenge Match:
Lashley vs. Edge

Well this is certainly a different match. Not so sure how these two would work together but I bet it would be something different. Either way I see Edge pulling out a dirty win here and gaining momentum. It's only a matter of time until he cashes in MITB.
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Okay just some really brief comments and predictions here. Sorry

I love the thing with Christian where he seems to be on a downward spiral because his bosses are against him. Shattered he can not get another title shot but bad luck i guess

I liked Foley's explanation to DQing Michaels brought back some good nice memories. He deserved Sweet Chin Music

Double A as SD GM is interesting i will be sure to check out how that goes

MVP signing is good since he is my favorite wrestler

No more Rock makes me want to cry

Now here are my predictions:

WWE Championship:
- ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH -

Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Batista

He beat The Rock for a reason its just his time at the moment

United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Matt Hardy

He going to make Hardy tap like a bitch

WWE Tag Team Championships Match; 2 Out Of 3 Falls:
- 1st Fall: Regular Rules -
- 2nd Fall: No Disqualifications -
- 3rd Fall: Ladder Match -

Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Americas Most Wanted

Could go either way they are just my preferred tag team

WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:

Super Crazy vs. Juvi vs. Psichosis

He my favorite out of all of them

Debut Match:
M.V.P vs. William Regal

You can not make him lose on his debut

Challenge Match:
Lashley vs. Edge

To experienced
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I love the way that you handled the two challengers for the World Title. Having Christian and Cena go one-on-one for the first time in a while was brilliant and the stipulation was even better. Cena gets the win because of Triple H and now he faces The Game for the belt, while Christian never gets another World Title shot. Hilarious how Vince and Bischoff gave Christian a chance at two different titles, as he loses to Shelton because of the GM and the boss, and I doubt he will get the win against MNM. This just shows me that you ahev big plans for Christian, possibly winning the Rumble to get his much deserved rematch. Would be an awesome way for his character to come full circle. Cena losing to Triple H at the hands of Finlay and Brock is somewhat shocking, as Lesnar looks to get a title shot. Cena vs. Lesnar would be a tremendous match to build towards for WM23, imo. Triple H’s Rumble challenger is really up in the air now.

Michaels hearing the hilarious explanation from Foley really made me think that we will also see these two at WM23. Foley’s explanation fit perfectly with his new character and I hope that we see him again soon. Flair announced his retirement? I gotta believe that he will have one final match, as I don’t see his career ending with a loss in a Survivor Series match. Orton and Michaels should have a good feud, probably leading to a match at the Rumble, while both men are also in the Rumble.

MNM all keeping their titles is a good sign but I hope that Melina finally gets a respectable challenger, as the Women’s Division has gone downhill since Trish and Lita left.

Kennedy as a heel again OWNS and I hope that he dominates Mysterio. Jesus push to start, plz. At least give the man his deserved mic time.

Umaga needs some direction SOON. Carlito will hopefully regroup, as he has a ton of talent.

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ARN ANDERSON~ is the new GM? Great way to go from maniacal heel to uberface. Hopefully he gets SD! back on track.

JBL being out for so long makes me sad, but I am glad that the Cabinet (excluding Noble) are on heat. They are nothing without The Wrestling God.

Rocky is done for a while, but I know that you will have him return at some point.

Porter on SD! is pretty awesome. Decent push to start, plz.

Official Card for WWE Armageddon:
Date: 10th December 2006
Location: Richmond Coliseum, Richmond VA
Event Music: The End, WWE Produced

WWE Championship:
- ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH -
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Batista

Damn, this was a truly shocking main event for the PPV. Loved the way that Heyman made the match before getting fired. All six men have looked good heading into the match and it is sure to be a classic. Angle and ‘Taker will feud until ‘Mania, Batista isn’t ready yet, Jericho has had too many chances, and Kane as the champ would be a joke. RVD to keep the belt just lil’ bit longer.

United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Matt Hardy

Brent is the future of SD! and Matt Hardy is ready to move on up the ladder. Albright wins in another shady fashion, but Hardy doesn’t get anymore chances.

WWE Tag Team Championships Match; 2 Out Of 3 Falls:
- 1st Fall: Regular Rules -
- 2nd Fall: No Disqualifications -
- 3rd Fall: Ladder Match -
Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Americas Most Wanted

I love AMW as a heel team and the Hooligans are as good as it gets in terms of fighting champions. AMW isn’t quite ready, and L&K are too talented to lose this soon. This should be a classic, but the champions keep the belts a little bit longer.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Super Crazy vs. Juvi vs. Psichosis

Good way to end the feud, by putting the belt on the guy who had it when this thing got started.

Debut Match:
M.V.P vs. William Regal

Regal is a savy veteran but I don’t see Porter losing his first match. He won’t dominate, but I see him getting the win.

Challenge Match:
Lashley vs. Edge

Edge should be World Champion by now, but it’s cool that you are making us wait. I would say that Edge gets the belt on this show, after he didn’t at S’Series, but that would be the exact same way he won his first belt IRL, so I don’t see you doing this. Lashley will win by DQ, making you tease us just a little bit more by making it seem like Edge will cash in. Should get a decent amount of time for this match.
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Despite Triple H still being the champion, your World Title situation has really picked up pace since Survivor Series. The odds stacked against Cena & Christian just reeks of Bischoff/McNahon heelish goodness. Weird that Hunter chose to screw CC instead of Cena and take away Christian's chances of ever getting a title shot again. H fears Charisma it seems. Could that be a WrestleMania match in the making? Christian going up against the Chairman & co. virtually cements his status as the #1 Babyface on Raw right now, in Handicap Matches with The Brotherhood, and even stiffing the boss etc. Yeah, like Pat, he's definitely my pick to win the Rumble at the moment. No real surprise to see HHH retain over Cena ... but what a crazy, Attitude Era-like finish with more interference than a TNA house show Finlay fits the hired hand role pretty well, but I'm not sure about a multi-time World Champion like Brock though. Maybe if he gets the pay off of a title match at the Rumble (part of a 3-Way with Cena parhaps???) then it'll make sense. Great stuff though.

You were right, Foley's explanation for his actions was pretty weird (I'm assuming that was the whole of it right?), wanting to re-capture the glory days of the WWF/E. Despite getting kicked (literally) off Raw for a few weeks, I can see him returning to screw Shawn again at the Rumble maybe. This would seem to be heading towards 'Mania. I love Foley as a heel by the way.

Flair retiring? Oh good god no. Swerve please.

Ah, Michaels/Orton is a pretty good feud to head into the Rumble with; two real contenders for the win I suspect, and it gives Orton the big feud he's lacked since finishing up with Cena.

A heel turn from KENNEDY ... KENNEDY Now there's a feud that's stalled. Push him over the midget please.

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SmackDown time...

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OMG YES PLEASE @ AA being the new GM of SD. That's a pretty inspired choice there, Wolf.

I would imagine that JBL will still be on our screens (computer screens that is) in a non-wrestling role.

If The Rock ain't putting youngsters over, then I don't want him on my TV.

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Official Card for WWE Armageddon:
Date: 10th December 2006
Location: Richmond Coliseum, Richmond VA
Event Music: The End, WWE Produced

WWE Championship:
- ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH -
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Batista

Like everyone else has said, this match really caught me by surprise. A great main event, and a sweet way for Heyman to get a kind of last laugh on RVD. I can definitely see Rob retaining here ... but only for Edge to cash in MITB afterwards. I think it's going to happen. Angle/Taker is bound to happen at WM now, with their feud reaching fever pitch and Angle just completely dominating The Deadman (how many times has Kane tapped out this year???), so those two will probably screw each other out of the title. Btw, AWESOME way to get Kut back in the swing o' things. I don't think I can emphasise that enough. Kane? Jobber. Batista? Biggest match of his career thus far in this thread, and hence, too soon. Jericho? I read your post in the Discussion Thread about not pulling the trigger with him and give him the title, so I reiterare NOW PLEASE. Screw Edge's MITB. Just have him cash in on Trips Raw. Jericho with the belt till WrestleMania Please?

United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Matt Hardy

Both of these guys are absolutely creamworthy, and I don't know who I'm rooting for more, but I guess Hardy did technically get a decent reign from The Bash onwards, so I'm all for The Shooter holding on till 'Mania, which I think is the way you're going.

WWE Tag Team Championships Match; 2 Out Of 3 Falls:
- 1st Fall: Regular Rules -
- 2nd Fall: No Disqualifications -
- 3rd Fall: Ladder Match -
Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Americas Most Wanted

I too love heel AMW, and I can definitely see them pulling out a miraculous victory in the Ladder Match (which should be Londrick's speciality) to give us new champs for the first time since SummerSlam.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Super Crazy vs. Juvi vs. Psichosis

Debut Match:
M.V.P vs. William Regal

Uh, yeah, Porter OWNS, but your shocking treatment of Regal continues to amaze me. I notice Finlay doesn't get the same treatment...

Challenge Match:
Lashley vs. Edge

Good to see Big Bad Bobby getting his PPV debut against quite a high profile opponent in Edge. Like Pat said, I can see you going the same route as real life, having Edge get dominated by Lash, before getting himself DQed, so he's able to cash it all in later on.

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WWE Armageddon:
Date: 10th December 2006
Location: Richmond Coliseum, Richmond VA
Event Music: The End, WWE Produced

Opening video, focusing purely on the Elimination Chamber, and ‘THE END’.

PYRO

Michael Cole and Tazz call the action at ringside.

United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Matt Hardy

Decent opener, although a little plodding in the early going. Hardy has the champion in all sorts of trouble, and looks to have it won as he goes for the Twist of Fate, but Albright holds the top rope, meaning Hardy lands solely on the mat as he swings around, and Albright grabs the legs, holding the middle rope for leverage, gaining the three count, retaining his title.
Winner: And STILL United States Champion - BRENT ALBRIGHT @ 12:16

Quickly and wisely, Albright gets the hell out of dodge, knowing he get damn lucky to keep his belt tonight. In the ring, Hardy looks dejected following the loss, knowing he was robbed.

A VP airs for next months Royal Rumble on January 14th from Indianapolis, with a ‘racing’ theme for the event, and the tag line - ‘The Race to Wrestle Mania begins’

Backstage, Arn Anderson talks to a random worker about the upcoming Royal Rumble next month, and how excited he is to be GM at such a special time of the year.

We then see the arrival of Rob Van Dam, with Cole and Tazz discussing whether RVD will still be champion by the time the Rumble rolls around, or will he indeed have to be one of the thirty competitors looking for that WrestleMania opportunity.

A Video Package then plays, hyping the debut of M.V.P, after months of waiting.

Debut Match:
M.V.P vs. William Regal

M.V.P makes his debut, and given his elaborate entrance, and ‘trendy?’ ring attire, gets met with a chorus of ‘Power Ranger’ chants. However, Porter makes a good impression in his first match, beating Regal, and proving a few of his critics wrong, ending the contest with a move that Cole refers to as ‘The Play of the Day’, gaining the 1...2...3!!!
Winner: M.V.P @ 06:19

MVP celebrates his win, giving some fans abuse, for their abuse towards him, getting off to a winning start as Smackdowns highest paid superstar.

Elimination Chamber recall - THE ROCK OUTLASTS KURT ANGLE (WHO BEGAN THE MATCH) IN MAY 2005 TO RETAIN THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP.

Backstage, we see Batista warming up for the Elimination Chamber later tonight.

Josh Matthews then conducts an interview with AMW, ahead of their 2/3 falls Match. The heel challengers put down the champions, talking of how certain they are it‘ll not need a third fall, because they‘ll win 2-0. The interview ends as you‘d expect with Storms ‘Sorry bout your damn luck’ line.

Short Video Package, hyping the tag team title match.

WWE Tag Team Championships Match; 2 Out Of 3 Falls:
- 1st Fall: Regular Rules -
- 2nd Fall: No Disqualifications -
- 3rd Fall: Ladder Match -
Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Americas Most Wanted

The champions take the first fall in pretty quick time, as it looks like the majority of the match will be the final fall. AMW screw up the Death Sentence, which allows London to roll up Harris, and score a three count for the opening fall.

FIRST FALL: PAUL LONDON AND BRIAN KENDRICK (1-0) @ 06:46

Instantly, the challengers get down and dirty, taking full advantage of the rules for the second fall. London and Kendrick put up a comeback towards the end, but AMW tie it up, this time connecting with the Death Sentence ONTO A CHAIR, with Harris pinning London this time.

SECOND FALL: AMERICAS MOST WANTED (1-1) @ 05:01 (11:47)

And from this point, the ladders take over. Both teams come narrowly close to grabbing the belts, only to be thwarted at the last second many times. At the finish, London and Harris fight at the top of the ladder, with London knocking Harris off, but The Wildcat bounces into the ropes, and into the ladder, knocking it over … knocking London THROUGH A TABLE ON THE OUTSIDE!!! Kendrick then takes Harris out of the ring, but takes himself out in the process, and James Storm is left with a free run … AND TAKES THE TITLES!!!

THIRD FALL: AMERICAS MOST WANTED (2-1) @ 10:11
Winners: And NEW WWE Tag Team Champions - AMERICAS MOST WANTED @ 21:58

Harris and Storm are at the top of the mountain on Smackdown again!!! Storm gets both belts, and gets out of the ring, meeting Harris on the ramp, with AMW celebrating together, hugging, as London and Kendricks four month reign is brought to an abrupt end.

In the back, Maria conducts an interview with Kurt Angle, ahead of the Elimination Chamber later. Angle talks about his focus, his comeback, his win at the Survivor Series … and his win tonight. He says he’s willing to break five mens ankles in order to reclaim what is rightfully his - the WWE Championship.

Fanatix Series Commercial - This Month - Divas Stripped and Sexy - {For the perverts of course.}

Elimination Chamber Recall - SHAWN MICHAELS WINS THE FIRST EVER ELIMINATION CHAMBER IN ONLY HIS SECOND MATCH IN 4 YEARS.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Super Crazy vs. Juvi vs. Psichosis

By this stage, Super Crazy is pretty much a fan favourite, Juvi is still a heel, and no one seems to care about Psichosis. It’s a better match than the showing from Survivor Series, but it’s the same outcome, only this time, after Crazy hit’s a Tornado DDT on Juvi, landing him on Psichosis, following up with the triple moonsault, covering Juvi, as Psichosis rolls out of the ring from all the impact he’s suffered, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: And STILL Cruiserweight Champion - SUPER CRAZY @ 11:30

Crazy celebrates his retention after the match, and can we assume this rivalry is over now?? Who knows??

1ST TIME WRESTLEMANIA MOMENT -VI - FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE ON THE LINE IN THE SAME MATCH AS INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION, THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR, TAKES ON WWE CHAMPION HULK HOGAN. WARRIOR WINS THE MATCH, AND BECOMES THE FIRST MAN TO HOLD BOTH MAJOR TITLES.

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

Back at ringside, Cole & Tazz talk about Wrestle Mania nearing, getting excited.

Josh Matthews is now with Chris Jericho, as Y2J talks about his 4th trip to the Elimination Chamber - more than anyone else in the match tonight. He points to his experience in the match being key to him walking out as WWE Champion.

We then cut to Edge backstage, as he warms up for his upcoming match, against Bobby Lashley.

Challenge Match:
Lashley vs. Edge

Lashley dominates early, but Edge eventually takes over, working the leg of Lashley over, in a much longer match than it should’ve been, with Lashley still showing his green streak. Edge keeps it together, until Lashley makes his face comeback, to a mixed reaction, but Edge escapes an attempt at the Dominator, slipping out and kicking the bad wheel of Lashley. He follows up with a Spear, but LASHLEY KICKS OUT AT TWO!!! Edge though refuses to accept that, and takes out Lashley with an Edgecution, this time, getting the job done, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Edge @ 16:22

Edge inflicts Lashleys first ever singles defeat, in a terrific showing from the Real Deal, falling just short against a man on the brink of a world title shot. Edge has his arm raised, and exit’s the ring, holding aloft his Money in the Bank briefcase, whilst Lashley slowly comes to his feet, realising he fell just short tonight.

With over an hour left on the broadcast, it looks like the Elimination Chamber is going to get PLENTY of time.

Elimination Chamber recall - TRIPLE H RETAINS THE TITLE AT SUMMERSLAM 2003, USING A SLEDGEHAMMER TO BEAT GOLDBERG.


Cole & Tazz get to talk for a few minutes about the Elimination Chamber, it’s history etc, before throwing to a video package.

Main Event V.P

Plenty of time is eaten up by the entrances, especially The Undertaker, who, as always, takes forever to get to the ring.

WWE Championship:
- ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH -
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Batista

ENTRANTS #1 & #2 - CHRIS JERICHO & THE UNDERTAKER

Jericho and Taker get to relive one of the memorable feuds of 2006, with five minutes to get it on. Jericho hangs with The Deadman, equalling his adversary for the five minutes with solid, unspectacular action between them. The timer ticks down, and at five minutes the next entrant is…

ENTRANT #3 @ 05:00 - KURT ANGLE

Angle doesn’t make a beeline for Taker, but instead goes for both men, HITTING A BELLY TO BELLY TO JERICHO …SENDING Y2J OVER THE TOP ROPE AND ONTO THE STEEL!!! That gives Angle and Taker a good three minute period to pick each other apart, using the chamber as a weapon, until Jericho comes back into play, with the five minutes ticking down, and the next entrant …

ENTRANT #4 @ 10:00 - KANE

The Undertaker and Kane team up, taking down Angle and Jericho, throwing the two men out of the ring, and onto the steel leaving them to stare down the other. After way too long circling, they seem set to get it on, until Jericho and Angle return, momentarily getting the better of the Brothers of Destruction, until Kane and Taker turn the tables, and again, crash Jericho and Angle out of the ring. It’s Taker and Kane again in the ring, but as they get set to go at it, time runs out, and we get the fifth entrant…

ENTRANT #5 @ 15:00 - ROB VAN DAM

RVD comes in with no fear of Taker and Kane, going for both with kicks, but the Brothers of Destruction score with a DOUBLE CHOKESLAM … AND THE TITLE REIGN COULD END … BUT RVD IS TOO FRESH AND KICKS OUT JUST IN TIME!!! Now, Angle and Jericho return, and pair off with Taker and Kane, with Angle and Kane going into a corner, whilst Jericho and Taker brawl to the floor of the chamber. Soon though, they swap over opponents, with Jericho in the ring with Kane now. He blocks a Chokeslam, and RVD catches Kane with a thrust kick, but Jericho kicks RVD out of the ring, then nails a Lionsault AND ELIMINATES KANE!!!

ELIMINATION #1 - KANE BY CHRIS JERICHO @ 18:26

Meanwhile, Taker is now busted open, thanks to Angle, as Jericho picks RVD apart, until the final entrant makes his way into the match, and no surprises, it’s Batista.

ENTRANT #6 @ 20:00 - BATISTA

Batista runs through all four men with power moves, taking over for a brief period, until Angle counters him and nails a German. Soon after, RVD scores with the rolling thunder on the outside on Angle. Chris Jericho is busted open by Taker, and eventually, is eliminated by The Deadman, who catches Jericho with a choke slam, whilst Y2J had RVD locked in the deadly Walls of Jericho. Taker follows up with a Tombstone, and Jericho is gone!!!

ELIMINATION #2 - CHRIS JERICHO BY THE UNDERTAKER @ 26:13

Down to four, and Batista doesn’t last much longer, despite delivering both his finishing moves - a spine buster to Taker only scores two, and then after a Batista Bomb to RVD, he gets caught by Angle from behind, into the Ankle Lock, and the Olympian gains revenge for back to back PPV losses to The Animal, forcing Batista to tap out, taking the match to three!!!

ELIMINATION #3 - BATISTA BY KURT ANGLE @ 29:54

After the elimination of Batista, Angle goes medieval, and drags RVD to the steel floor … BREAKING THE FIBRE GLASS WITH A BELLY TO BELLY TO THE CHAMPION!!! This naturally puts RVD out of commission for a period, meaning Taker and Angle get to resume their own budding rivalry. Angle and Taker turn it up a notch, with Taker throwing Kurt into one of the chambers, busting him wide open too, repaying for earlier. Taker then manages to survive the Ankle Lock this month, kicking Angle off desperately. He then goes for a Choke slam … but Angle drops out of it AND DELIVERS THE ANGLE SLAM!!! Quickly, Angle is on top, and it appears after everything Taker has went through tonight, he’s unable to kick out, 1...2...3!!!

ELIMINATION #4 - THE UNDERTAKER BY KURT ANGLE @ 39:47

Which leaves two!!! Angle watches, as RVD with broken pieces of glass from the chamber stuck in his body, blood seaping from his arms and back, crawls into the ring. Angle takes over, pounding RVD down, brutally, viciously, scoring three near falls with that basic offence alone. Angle then takes RVD out of the ring, and delivers a sickening hat trick of German suplexes on the steel, before hooking the leg again inside BUT RVD KICKS OUT AGAIN!!! Angle then goes for the Ankle Lock, but RVD blocks it, almost surprising Angle on a second attempt with a cradle, but Kurt kicks out. The Gold Medallist then attempts the Angle Slam, but RVD drops out of it AND NAILS A SPIN KICK!!! Van Dam then hit’s the split legged moonsault for a near fall!!! RVD pulls Angle up AND ANGLE BURSTS WITH A BELLY TO BELLY … BUT RVD LANDS ON HIS FEET AND USES THE ROPES TO SPRINGBOARD AND SPLASHES ANGLE!!! RVD then climbs the ropes, looking for the Five Star … but then changes his mind … AND CLIMBS TO THE TOP OF THE CHAMBER … AND DELIVERS THE SUPER FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH!!!!! RVD rolls around, selling the move, and the match, before hooking the leg of Angle … 1...2...3!!!

ELIMINATION #5 - KURT ANGLE BY ROB VAN DAM @ 47:28
Winner: And STILL WWE Champion - ROB VAN DAM @ 47:28

ROB VAN DAM RETAINS THE TITLE!!!! Paul Heyman DOESN’T have the last laugh in the end - RVD has!!! He remains champion inside the hellish Devils Playground, overcoming the awesome Kurt Angle to retain in the end.

SUDDENLY THOUGH - THE FANS ARE IN AN UPROAR - AS EDGE SPRINTS DOWN THE AISLE!!! He charges to the ring, and straight to the Chamber, as it looks like this might finally be the moment!!! Will he cash in the Money in the Bank contract here and now??

Edge frantically pulls the door, trying to yank it open, to no avail, as Van Dam is now fully aware of Edge’s presence, and readies himself for an oncoming attack. Edge still tries to ram the door open, calling for the structure to be lifted, but the look of excitement has swept off the face of the Rated ‘R’ Superstar, as he comes to the realisation that his chance of springing a shock on RVD has now gone. Edge slams the case against the Chamber, and jumps back off, picking the case up again, and backing away, pulling at his hair, incensed that his master plan has fallen through tonight, just like it did at Cyber Sunday. In the ring, RVD goads Edge, holding the title aloft, and getting the fans to chant his name with the thumb salute, whilst Edge storms off, opportunity lost for another night as the clock ticks down on his guaranteed title match.

RVD celebrates, forgetting Edges run in, playing to the fans, bloodied and battered, as the show ends with Van Dam overcoming the biggest obstacle of his challenging title reign.

END OF SHOW

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We get the first of two semi-main events to kick off the show? Nice. I mark severely for both Matt Hardy and Brent Albright, so it's a toughie for me to call, but, as I d in my predictions. Mattitude had a decent run with the belt, so it's nice to see The Shooter getting the same treatment. A good, albeit cheap, win for him tonight, and with the lack of other challengers on the horizon, I can see him holding maybe till WM. Lashley'll probably step up to the plate though soon enough.

@ 'VP winning his debut match. ... ... ...Seriously though, why do you hate Regal? Good start for Porter though, much better than the one he got in real life. I hope to see great things from the man in this thread. ‘The Play of the Day’. Nice.

I'm surprised that Londrick took the first fall and AMW the second. I thought you would probably go the Austin/Triple H route and have AMW beat L&K at their game (a wrestling match), before the youngsters beat Harris & Storm at theirs. Guess not eh? Lucky, lucky finishing spot for The Wildcat (I hope he's still on a high after hi Survivor Series performance), but it's awesome to see heel AMW getting the belts in this thread for the first time. Hopefully, with these two amazing teams, you can really start to make something of SD's tag division.

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Wow, well I thought for sure that you continue with the crazy (no pun intended) title changes in th CW match, but I guess Super Crazy is the definite winner of the Mexicool feud now. I wonder who'll step up to the plate next?

PEEEEASE give Y2J the belt tonight ... please?

Ah, shucks, gutted to see Lashley lose for a second PPV running, but at least he went some way to proving himself worthy of such a spot on the card, hanging with a main eventer all the way. Just a shame he was the one getting dominated for the majority instead of being the one doing the dominating (pun intended).

I thought maybe RVD or Angle would be up first with Y2J (everyone knows he always starts EC's), but with all their history, giving the crowd a last taste of Jericho/Taker is fine by me. Angle OWNS both of 'em before the weak link in the match, Kane makes an appearance. uite surprised that Van Dam enetered so late. I thought he might have a superhuman run in this match or something, especially if he's losing the belt tonight. Kane goes first (thank god) thanks to te greatest wrestler in the match. God damnit, he doesn't last too long though. Smart having Big Dave come in last. He's pretty effective in that dominating 'Goldberg-like' role, and he hasn't quite blossomed in this thread yet. He taps to Kurt? That's some awesome revenge for The Wrestling Machine over the man who humiliated him at SummerSlam & Cyber Sunday. Sick glass chambre spot with the belly to belly right through it on the proverbial rag doll Mr. Van Dam. Wooooah, Angle is DOMINATING Taker in this feud thus far, making this a pin fall victory over The Deadman to add to his uber-impressive submission one (though all in tag team & multi-man matches I note). If these two don't hook it up at WrestleMania then I don't know what to think. Angle really has dominated this match, but in the end, Van Dam overcomes the odds with his familiar 5* from the top of the cell to retain his belt.

Oh man, you continue to play with us over the Edge/MITB situation. I have a feeling that you might've wanted Edge to cash in here, but it was just too similar to Edge's first title win in real life. He's still got plenty of time to cash that baby in though. It's not like he has to lose the title at WrestleMania or anything. I'm still hoping you swerve us all and have Edge suddenly go back to Raw and take the title from Hunter. That'd make me very much.

Very nice recapped PPV, Wolfy, continuing the awesomeness that are Brent Albright, Angle/Taker, heel AMW, and Rob Van Dam's title reign. I'm so, SO excited about you making your big comeback to full-time booking. Any idea on when that might be? It'd be a hell of a Christmas present for this section...
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Pretty much the way that I figured the U.S. Title would go in a very good opening choice. Matt is the hungry challenger and it really sounded like he dominated. Albright keeping the belt was the right choice, as I see Hardy possibly moving into the main event, while, like Legend said; Brent could keep the belt until WM23. Possibly one more rematch between these guys, but Matt is done with the U.S. Title, imo.

Royal Rumble should be a huge PPV, as there are so many guys that can win it. Christian is still my pick, at the moment.

RVD has got quite the test tonight, but his title reign has been all about overcoming challenges. And that continues with a “W” tonight.

Very good debut for Porter, imo. While I would have liked to see Regal get a little more time/credibility, the right choice was made for Montel to go over. I hope that you give him a pretty quick push, like Mac did, as the man can be good in so many ways as a WWE superstar.

Huge tag team title match tonight, in a feud that I think has the chance to continue all the way until WM23. Still not sure I see a heel AMW winning the belts this soon, but we’ll see.

Very good and interesting way for the match to start, with the face champions getting the first fall, albeit a roll-up, but now AMW must win the last two to get the belts. No shock that the desperate heels take full advantage of the No DQ stipulation, as they win the second fall, bringing this down to the deciding fall, which we all saw coming, tbh. Very exciting final fall, as London gets pushes off the ladder through a table!! Storm grabs the belts and now AMW are the champions again!! Very shocked to see them win the belt so quickly, as L&K’s reign only last four months. This feud will obviously continue, as I guess we can get more with faces chasing heels, instead of the other way around.

Angle has been a beast since coming back, and I think he will dominate the chamber, only to lose right at the end.

Surprised that Crazy has kept the belt through these last two matches, as I thought Juvi would get the best of the feud. Kinda glad that this is over, tbh, as now we have a heel champion who will hopefully get another C.W. feud pretty quickly.

WM23 is gonna be huge, cannot wait for it.

Jericho has missed his chance to become WWE Champion, imo. He will have a good showing, but I just don’t see it happening.

Pretty decent match from Lahsley and Edge, getting much more time than I thought it would. Good showing from both men, and I was surprised to see Edge get the win cleanly, as I figured he would win with a roll-up or MITB shot, if he won the match at all. Lashley will be built back up a little bit in the Rumble, so we know where he’s going. The only question now … when will the Rated R Superstar get what’s rightfully his??

Very glad that Y2J and ‘Taker get the first two spots, as I felt like their feud was cut off a little bit too soon, as I was really into it. Nothing shocking happens, as they keep it together, before we get… KURT ANGLE!! Angle is slowly becoming THE MAN in this thread again, as he takes out Jericho and then gets to go one on one with ‘Taker … until Kane has to come in and ruin it, of course. I loved the dynamic that played out between Jericho, Angle, and the B.O.D, as some teams are formed, with nothing happening between Kane and UT, as Van Dam enters the match. Shocked that RVD almost got eliminated that quickly, as the pairing off begins, before Jericho gets the first elimination, getting rid of the Big Red Jobber. Batista finally gets into the match and comes in on fire, taking down everyone in sight. Jericho is the next to go, via a chokeslam, as we are now down to four. Angle continues the impressive list of making people tap, as Batista is now gone thanks to the Ankle Lock. RVD gets OWNED by Angle, as we get some more ‘Taker-Angle action, with Kurt getting the last laugh again, pinning the Deadman this time. I guess this is what we all knew it would come down to, Angle and RVD for the belt. Very exciting ending, with Kurt getting close so many times, only for Van Dam to hit a ridiculous 5-Star, pinning the Wrestling Machine and keeping his title!!

HERE COMES EDGE~! WILL MITB BE CASHED RIGHT NOW!? Wow, you are really starting to enjoy messing with us about this situation. Edge can’t open the door quick enough makes sense, as he is way to amped up about getting the belt. I don’t see him cashing in at the R’Rumble, so I’m really not sure what is going to happen. Great writing, keeps me on my toes.

Another great recap, but now it will be awesome to see you get back to writing in full. The Race to WrestleMania is about to begin, and I will review every show along the ride. Keep up the stellar work.
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I haven't been following this all the way through but I know the basics from the very helpful news and notes at the top of the page.

The U.S title match was a good way to open the show but I am not all familiar with Brent Albright but he looks like a cocky heel who escapes by the skin of his teeth. Good to see the seasoned veteran dominating but I see Albright getting a good run and possibly winning at 'Mania as it seems like you really want to push him and you could have him drop the belt to someone later on. I am looking more in to the subtle inclusion of Matt Hardy looking dejected, heel turn? Losing Streak? There are so many options and I am sure you can take the ball and run with it.

I wonder who will win the 'Rumble, probably someone from Smackdown, I'm guessing 'Tista but I'm not too sure... Christian maybe after the various screwjobs.

I would have liked a little more detail for MVP's 'big' debut but I guess it is a recap so I'll let it pass. MVP's finisher has a better ring to it than 'Playmaker' but Regal didn't need to be jobbed out, a random jobber would have had the same effect in my opinion.

AMW don't really deserve to lose, judging by their decent run they've got going and, to be honest, London and Kendrick seem a bit bland now, don't they? A slight grammar error with no apostrophe but it's no real big deal. On to the match, a good idea to have Londrick win the first fall and AMW to play dirty for the second but the ladder really could be anyone's match to win. The table spot would have been cool but Kendrick taking himself out just seemed weird and pointless but I fully expect AMW to hold on to their belts for, at least, the next 3 months and you could really make something of this feud.

A generic Cruiserweight feud if I'm honest. I don't see the hype about them and you could benefit by bringing in Noble, Guerrero and Kash to help bolster and reinforce the division and build it from the ground up but at least Crazy, my favourite of the three (not saying much) wins but I suggest an influx of new talent to keep this division afloat as it's prospects don't look too good and it looks more filler than thriller.

A good amount of time for Lashley/Edge. I loved how Lashley started to dominate but Edge started to get methodical and technical and worked over Lashley but I am not a big fan of meaningless feuds whilst we wait for MITB to be cashed in, it all seems pointless and MITB should be cashed in ASAP otherwise it can become a burden and start to drag which is why most of 2005 was pointless for Edge and plain boring at times until he finally cashed in the MITB in 2006, I hope you don't go the same route, the best time to cash in would be tonight. Lashley still looks strong after kicking out of the spear and I expect a good showing from him in the Rumble.

Time for the main event, good to see Jericho and 'Taker square off and it seems, according to the other reviews, that they have history and having 'Taker locked in a cell would kill his persona for me but it was a good start, especially when Angle came in and he is an absolute machine and it was interesting to see him not go for 'Taker straight away but I don't see why he can't beat his 'Mania streak, make it happen... (unless the streak has already been broken in this thread... come to think of it I think it was you) A good decision to not see Kane and Undertaker go head to head, that should be saved for special moments, does Kane have his mask because I am not too well informed on the history of this thread. RVD looked like God by kicking out of that double chokeslam but 'Taker is made to bleed!? OH MY GOD! At first I was like 'woah, why do that?' But that was bloody ingenious and Angle looks awesome but he won't win and the feud will continue, could be made in to my favourite feud if you continue with it. YOU MONSTER~! Eliminating Jericho that early should be punishable by death. Batista had little to no impact in the match and he deserved a bit more time but Angle is a LEGEND, that belly to belly was intense as you will get and he eliminated the Undertaker. I'm gonna wrap this review up by saying you built up Angle so well there that when RVD beat him it was a good shock and he looks like the real deal now and Angle/Taker will be awesome but.... it's not over is it? EDGE IS GOING TO CASH IN... AHHHHH NO! A bit of a dumb ending but it got it's point across and I doubt he will cash in on Smackdown now that RVD knows he is a marked man.

A great recap, a fun read and I can't wait for the Fifth Coming of Christ (it seems) and Angle/Taker, judging by your Hart/Angle match could be match of the year and beat Kash/Noble as my favourite match of all time.
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Thanks for the feedback gents.

Anyway, from this point on, it's all back to normal (sort of). Raw will be written in full, unfortunately Smackdown will be recapped. The Royal Rumble is written, done and dusted, in full, so I'm a little bit ahead to give myself breathing space.

Before I get to posting the shows, what I'll be putting up in the next couple of days is an in depth roster - not just a list of names, but little profiles, detailing each mans timeline from 2004 when the thread began. I'll also be updating the title histories, and I'll be posting the PPV schedule etc. Hopefully in the next week or fortnight I'll be up and runing with Raw, and the journey to WrestleMania can get going.

Until then, just wanted to address a couple of things coming from the Armageddon reviews;

- TBH, I thought MVP's finisher was called the Play of the Day. Given the comments, I'm assuming it's not. In that case, it means I've read it in another thread and stolen it. Sorry to whoever that is, if you see it, and would rather I didnt steal your move name, let me know

- I dont hate William Regal. I've just never capitalized on him for a push, but that might just change in the future.

- I can see why the Edge - Lashley feud looked pointless, but I'm not just looking to fill time until Edge cashes in. I'm trying to build the suspense for it, with Edge now failing twice to make a quick impact and cash in whilst the champion was weak (Cyber Sunday & Armageddon), and time now ticking down for him to cash the contract in. It probably hasnt been able to come across well through recaps (especially since most of them were posted 7 months ago), but the Edge MITB angle has been steadiy building, with mind games from Edge to Van Dam, followed by a couple of aborted attempts to cash in.

- Actually that's about it. Not much to answer really.

Anyways, as I said, once I get the profiles finished up, I'll get all that other guff posted in the next few days, then I can start focusing on the real stuff...
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