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Thanks for the reviews fellas .

Anyways, great to see you back Naitch, and just wanted to clear up a few queries for ya;
- Albright has held the U.S Title since October.
- Not sure I agree just yet on AMW being a stale act. I get what you mean about them being around for a long while, but in the thread, they only just turned heel for the first time in December, so imo, I've freshened up their act a little.
- Yep, Booker and Burke have been together from the summer of '06, with Booker bringing Elijah in as his protege.
- TBH, I dont think you're the only one that's a little disappointed I havent put the belt on Edge yet. I've said in the past that with changes etc that Brent Albright has probably been the most fortunate character in the thread to keep his title for so long ... well, Edge is the least fortunate by a distance. Three times I've nixed plans to put the belt on him. It'll happen though ... someday

BKB;
- I got a little ahead of myself with the team name for Smith and Burchill. Didnt mean to bill them with the name from the first week of teaming . Thinking too far ahead of myself.
- Erm, Matt > Jeff. Pushing the right Hardy tbh .
- The Goldust skits wont be around for too long, and ultimately wont be leading to anything big. Just wanted to add something more relaxed in the shows to take away from the seriousness that's being going on.


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Anyways, Backlash is about 80% complete. The six matches are done, and in the can, with the majority of promos completed too. Just a few things to brush up on now, and she'll be done. Postage date will likely be December 12 fyi.

Also, wanted to remind the reader(s?) that this weeks Smackdown is going to be in recap form. At this point, it's partly done (the matches), and I'll finish up the rest later in the week. Right now, I'm not really in the mood to do the preview, so I'll close the post by saying Smackdown should be up over the weekend at some stage.
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Think this is officially the most dead this thread has ever been

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Friday Night Smackdown | April 20 2007 | Manchester NH


Highlights package from last week on Smackdown, and another classic main event … but with a sickening twist … as Chris Jericho became the second victim of Randy Ortons punt.

No opening video follows, and no pyro. We open up, directly into the ring, with Arn Anderson.

Anderson opens up by discussing last weeks events, specifically, the punt kick to Chris Jericho, and reveals that due to the force and position of the kick, Chris Jericho will miss at least six months of action. Obviously, the fans aren’t happy, and neither is the GM. Anderson discusses his anger with Orton, and admits he is running out of patience with having to deal with the callous actions of champion, week on week … superstar after superstar.
Arn also admits that there is a lack of top level threats right now to Orton, after the severe injuries to RVD and now Jericho, the disappearance of The Undertaker, the draft of Kurt Angle to Raw, the indefinite suspension of Brock Lesnar, and the retirement of Ric Flair.
After some soul searching though, Arn comes to terms with what he ‘has to do’, and despite this going against his ideals, he realizes he has to fight fire with fire … and he’s desperate to knock Orton off his perch. But to do that, he has to break his own rules, and although it may send out the wrong signal to the rest of the locker room, he has no choice but to reward someone that doesn’t necessarily deserve it … and announces Edge as the number one contender.
Despite Edge being heel, the decision gets a good reaction from the fans, but Arn adds the caveat that for Edge to get his title shot, he has one test to pass. That being, tonight, he faces Nick Dinsmore - with no outside interference - and along with needing to win the match … he needs to keep his cool, and not resort to the actions he stooped to last week. Anderson then leaves the ring, surprisingly, with no interruptions.

As Anderson leaves, Cole and Tazz hype some of tonight’s matches; including JBL RETURNING TO THE RING AGAINST HIS FORMER CHIEF OF STAFF, JAMIE NOBLE, and, coming after the commercial, THE 20 MAN BATTLE ROYAL FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO FACE BRENT ALBRIGHT AT JUDGMENT DAY.

Commercial Break

With the ring filling up, the United States Champion, Brent Albright, joins Michael Cole and Tazz for commentary, ahead of the Battle Royal to determine his next challenger at Judgment Day. Whilst on commentary, Albright is badgered by Cole about his actions last week, with Albright claiming he had to get the job done as quickly as possible because he was suffering from a mild virus, but didn’t want to let his fans down by pulling out of an advertised match. Cole of course, calls bullshit.

Match 1 | 20 MAN BATTLE ROYAL | #1 CONTENDER MATCH FOR UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP:
Brian Kendrick, Booker T, Charlie Haas, Chavo Guerrero, Chris Masters, Deuce, Domino, Elijah Burke, Finlay, Funaki, Garrison Cade, Hardcore Holly, Jeff Hardy, Ken Doane, Kid Kash, Mark Jindrak, MVP, Nick Dinsmore, Paul London, Super Crazy

Order of Elimination;

Funaki doesn’t last long, getting completely overpowered almost immediately, by Chris Masters.
01) Funaki by Chris Masters @ 00:24

With Deuce and Domino pairing off with Booker T and Elijah Burke, the greasers don’t last long.
02) Deuce by Booker T @ 00:55
03) Domino by Elijah Burke @ 01:01

Jindrak, making his first appearance on Smackdown in some time, doesn’t get long to shine, proving to be mere fodder for the bigger names.
04) Mark Jindrak by Finlay @ 01:29

MVP spots an opportunity, and sneaks up behind Super Crazy, who is helping Chavo and Kendrick against Kash, dumping him unceremoniously out of the ring
05) Super Crazy by MVP @ 02:26

Despite being a veteran, Holly is made an example of by the New Wave, who begin to stamp their authority (and numbers advantage) over the rest of the pack, with Holly being the first victim.
06) Hardcore Holly by Nick Dinsmore @ 03:39

Despite moving in opposite directions after an initial showdown in this match, the cruiserweights find themselves drawn together again, with Chavo and Kendrick banding together to eliminate Kash.
07) Kid Kash by Brian Kendrick & Chavo Guerrero @ 04:13

Then Kendrick dumps out his good friend!!! Chavo is in shock, with Kendrick apologetic, trying to explain that it’s every man for himself. Chavo nods, understanding, but still seems suspicious.
08) Chavo Guerrero by Brian Kendrick @ 04:17

Commercial Break

Almost straight from the commercial, the game plan of the New Wave backfires, with Jeff Hardy skinning the cat, and then chucking Doane out of the ring!!!
09) Ken Doane by Jeff Hardy @ 08:51

After that, Dinsmore is right on Jeff, then looks to clothesline him out … but Jeff low bridges the ropes, toppling The Prodigy!!!
10) Nick Dinsmore by Jeff Hardy @ 08:57

Despite eliminating two members of the New Wave, Jeff is unable to make it a hat trick, with Doane and Dinsmore distracting him, allowing Cade to get Jeff over the top, and to the outside.
11) Jeff Hardy by Garrison Cade @ 09:04

Despite a fairly decent showing, Elijah is unable to overcome the impressive MVP, who chalks up another elimination.
12) Elijah Burke by MVP @ 09:19

Brian Kendricks run is brought to a halt by an opportunistic Charlie Haas, who dumps Kendrick out, whilst Kendrick was busy tussling with Finlay.
13) Brian Kendrick by Charlie Haas @ 09:40

Despite being overpowered for a long section of the match, London is able to counter Masters, as the Masterpiece attempted to lawn dart him out of the ring, by grabbing the top rope, and head scissoring Masters out, and to the floor!!!
14) Chris Masters by Paul London @ 11:07

Booker T finally falls, after missing an Axe Kick on MVP, he is bundled out by an opportunistic Garrison Cade.
15) Booker T by Garrison Cade @ 11:42

After a long struggle, Haas is able to eliminate Finlay, getting one over on his recent foe, ahead of their meeting later tonight.
16) Finlay by Charlie Haas @ 11:59

But as he celebrates eliminating the veteran Irishman, Haas leaves himself open to elimination, and MVP is all over it, dumping Haas out of the ring.
17) Charlie Haas by MVP @ 12:10

Cade and MVP then come to an understanding, and beat down London, doing a good job of it, but London continuously hangs on for dear life, and finally, as Cade attempts to send him out with the Razors Edge … London slips out … AND TOPPLES CADE OVER!!!
18) Garrison Cade by Paul London @ 14:55

It’s then down to two, with MVP and London battling it out for the title match on May 20, as Albright watches on closely at ringside, with London closing in on a rematch, but MVP has the upper hand, with the punishment London has suffered during the match taking it’s toll.

Eventually though, it comes to a point with both men on the brink of a loss, both dangling dangerously … but it proves to be a false finish. Then, London counters the Play of the Day, hitting a DDT. But, as he tries to get MVP up and out … Albright attempts to interfere, with a distraction, which allows MVP to recover, and knock down London.

It seems inevitable that MVP has it won, all thanks to the help from Albright, but as the champion starts to smile proudly at his handiwork, with MVP set to dump London out …

**COOL**

IT’S CARLITO!!!!!

On crutches, Carlito hobbles onto the stage, causing MVP’s eyes to bug out … with Porter pointing up the aisle, yelling to his rival that he’s not supposed to be here … and while he jaw jacks with Carlito … LONDON SNEAKS UP … AND DUMPS MVP OUT!!!!!
19) MVP by Paul London @ 16:49
Winner: And #1 Contender to face Brent Albright at Judgment Day - PAUL LONDON @ 16:49

Paul London has earned his rematch, coming off the heels of last weeks bitter loss to Albright!! MVP is incensed on the outside, staring up the aisle at Carlito, who has a cheeky grin on his face, having just cost his biggest foe a golden opportunity. Carlito waves one of his crutches to the furious MVP, before hobbling away, whilst Porter pounds the steel steps, venting his fury, before leaving up the aisle, in pursuit of Carlito.
In the ring, London climbs the ropes, saluting the fans, before turning his attention to the silent Brent Albright on commentary, making the universal signal for “I want the belt”, before signalling to his eyes, as if to say “I‘m watching you”, after the sneak attack last week.

Commercial Break

We return with MVP going nuts backstage, throwing a fit, as he looks for Carlito, following the appearance of Carlito moments ago, which cost Porter the battle royal, and a subsequent U.S title shot. MVP grabs any random workers he can find, trying to find out where Carlito has gone, but it appears he’s too late, with one of the workers telling him that he saw Carlito getting into a car, and speeding off. MVP seethes, then smacks the weedy, nerdy worker, knocking the poor chap down, taking out his anger on a defenceless nobody.

Back at ringside, Michael Cole and Tazz discuss a match just signed for tonight by Arn Anderson, JEFF HARDY VS GARRISON CADE coming off the heels of the Battle Royal, where Hardy eliminated Doane and Dinsmore, before being toppled by the big Texan.

Match 2:
Finlay vs. Charlie Haas
Pulling double duty, Haas and Finlay put on a decent spectacle, with the clash of styles mixing well, as it did two weeks ago when Haas defeated Finlay. In the end, Finlay gets himself a measure of revenge for the cheap loss two weeks ago, and tonight’s elimination by Haas in the battle royal, and it’s poetic justice, as Finlay uses the shillelagh with the referees back turned, just like Haas did two weeks ago, and gets the cover, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Finlay @ 07:11
Finlay scores himself some revenge, getting the win back, after losing to Haas two weeks ago on Smackdown. The Irishman leaves the ring, tapping his trusty weapon, showing his smirk, whilst Haas lays on the canvas, holding his head in agony, having tasted some revenge.

Backstage, Josh Mathews tries to get a word with Randy Orton, as the WWE Champion enters the building, but as Mathews quizzes Orton on his actions last week, the champion states he doesn’t need to explain his actions … they speak for themselves. Mathews then moves on to Edge, but before he can ask any questions on him … Orton cuts him off, with another brief, but to the point response, saying They better clear some space beside Van Dam and Jericho. Orton then leaves, whilst Mathews shakes his head at the remorseless WWE Champion.

We then cut backstage, and see JBL walking through the hallway, as we get set for his first match in 2007, his first since the Survivor Series … next.

Commercial Break

Match 3:
John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield vs. Jamie Noble
Noble puts in an impressive effort, taking the fight to JBL, showing no fear whatsoever of his former boss, the bully, JBL. JBL though, in his first match in over five months, is still able to shake off the offence of the smaller man, gaining the upper hand, but gets overly cocky, which allows Noble to get back into the contest, and scares JBL with a couple of really close near falls … but just as it seems Noble is on the verge of a major upset … JBL connects with the Clothesline From Hell … and that’s that.
Winner: John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield @ 05:59
Just as JBL begins to celebrate his win … right at the top of the second hour … HULK HOGAN APPEARS ON THE TITAN TRON!!!
The Hulksters appearance has the fans going bananas, with Hogan playing to them first and foremost. Then, as JBL tries to cut him off, Hogan tells JBL he’s had enough time to talk, and now is the time to shut it, informing Layfield that he’s been watching Smackdown every week, and he’s heard JBL call him out. Hogan then tells JBL he can call him out personally next week … AS HULK HOGAN WILL BE ON SMACKDOWN NEXT FRIDAY!!!
The fans love it, and chant along, as Hogan goes through the “What’cha gonna do” spiel, with JBL fuming in the ring, before Hogan disappears from view, setting up a huge showdown next Friday.

Commercial Break

We return backstage, where Trevor and Festus Murdoch are being interviewed by Josh Mathews, moments away from their first shot at the titles. Festus remains in his comatose state whilst Trevor handles the questions, but the pair are rudely interrupted by their opponents in just a few moments when AMW walk onto the set, chuckling at the sight of Festus.
The champions make a few in-bred related jokes to Trevor, with Storm adding in an impression of a pig squealing, before AMW try and intimidate, saying they could take out Festus here and now, and leave Trevor to fight it out on his own … but just as they say it, BOOKER T AND ELIJAH BURKE arrive on the scene, backing up Trevor, and telling AMW they wont be attacking anyone. Harris and Storm laugh it up, but back away, saying they’ll save themselves the hassle.

Elsewhere, we come to the locker room of The New Wave, where Orton talks with Garrison Cade firstly, telling the big Texan that he needs to ‘nip this Jeff Hardy thing in the bud’, then moves on to Dinsmore, telling The Prodigy ‘this is your chance to prove to the world that belong in my company’ when he faces Edge later. Cade and Dinsmore both agree, whilst Ken Doane offers his services - but Orton stops him, telling Doane ‘not tonight. Tonight, the New Wave proves a point … tonight, the new wave makes a statement of intent’.

Commercial Break

Match 4 | WWE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS MATCH:
Americas Most Wanted vs. The Mad Murdoch Twins
The challengers put up a spirited fight, but in the end, are not a worthy enough match for the more cunning, more skilful pair. Storm and Harris dominate Trevor for a period, but he eventually makes a tag to Festus, who goes haywire, hitting anything that moves, giving the fans belief for a moment that the titles could switch hands, but the smarts of the champions come into play, with Storm ringing the bell, sending Festus into a slumber, allowing Harris to deliver the Catatonic, whilst Storm takes care of Trevor, as the count is made, 1...2...3!!!
Winners: AND STILL WWE Tag Team Champions - AMERICAS MOST WANTED @ 06:23
AMW get the win, as expected, and get out of dodge as Trevor comes looking for redemption. The champions show off the gold, with big smiles on their faces, as they leave the stage, having disposed of another challenge to their throne.

Backstage, Brian Kendrick approaches his friends, Chavo Guerrero and Super Crazy, looking to clear the air, after double crossing Chavo earlier in the battle royal after they had worked together. Chavo accepts the apology, telling Brian he knows all about ‘Lying Cheating and Stealing’, but says he didn’t expect it from Kendrick, explaining that if they had stuck to the plan of working together, they could‘ve battled it out in the end for the US title shot. Kendrick apologises again, saying he just had a ‘moment of madness’, thinking ahead to having ‘double gold’.
Kendrick then goes into a daze of sorts, with a far away look, and a smile etched on his face, whilst Chavo and Super Crazy try to snap him out of it. Once Kendrick is brought back to the real world, Chavo sits him down, and tells Brian that he wants to tell him up front in case he thinks he’s going behind his back - that he’s planning on speaking to Arn Anderson to talk about the Cruiserweight title situation.
Kendrick though jumps up, telling Chavo he doesn’t need to see Arn, and that he promised Chavo that’d he’d clear it with Anderson himself to give both Chavo and Super Crazy the title shots they’ve deserved - but he needs more time to bring Arn around to the idea. The cruiserweight champion then gets up, and tells the pair that he’s going to see Anderson now, and iron out the situation. Chavo and Crazy try to stop him, telling Kendrick that he doesn’t have to do that, and they are both willing to earn their shot, but Kendrick doesn’t listen, and leaves, telling them both that he’ll sort it.

Commercial Break


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ARRIVAL TIME: MAY 2007

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Match 5:
Jeff Hardy vs. Garrison Cade
After the events from the earlier battle royal, Jeff comes into this match with added fire, and provides trouble for Cade from the outset. Cade though, uses his size and power to gain the upper hand, and pounds down Hardy for a long period in the contest. Jeff though, has the heart of a lion, and fights back ferociously, putting Cade on the backfoot, and looks to go for the win, attempting the Swanton Bomb … BUT CADE MOVES … and then rolls his dazed opponent up … GRABBING THE TIGHTS … 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Garrison Cade @ 08:18
Cade immediately slips out of the ring, knowing he’s stolen the win tonight. In the ring, Jeff protests the result, telling the official that the tights were pulled, but the official is having none of it. Cade backs up the aisle, whilst Jeff leans over the ropes, calling Cade back, but the big Texan refuses the offer, leaving Jeff to boil over in the ring.

Commercial Break

And on the return, MVP storms into the office of Arn Anderson, wasting no time with niceties, and demanding Carlito. Anderson gets up from his chair, and points out to Porter that he doesn’t appreciate the way MVP intruded on his office, and wont tolerate it in future … but he can give MVP good news. The GM states that Carlito is ahead of schedule on his road to recovery, and declares that MVP WILL FACE CARLITO!!
Porter looks delighted, and expects it to happen next week, but Anderson stops him mid-sentence, telling MVP that he’ll have to be a little more patient, as Carlito wont be cleared to return for another four weeks … which means he’ll be ready just in time for JUDGMENT DAY.
MVP looks a lot more ungrateful now, asking Double A what he’s supposed to do for the next four weeks, while he waits for Judgment Day. Arn smiles, and tells MVP he’d advise him to use the time to prepare, because for as angry as MVP might be … he should times it by a hundred to realise how Carlito feels. Porter doesn’t say a word, but leaves the General Managers office with a scowl on his face, getting his wish … but not as soon as he wanted it.

Backstage now, we see Edge for the first time tonight, making his way through the halls for his main event, as Josh Mathews looks to get a word with him, but Edge cuts him off, telling Josh that ‘now isn’t a good time’, before walking on, full of focus, ahead of his main event.

During the entrances, Michael Cole and Tazz are informed that Arn Anderson has decided that Edge’s title shot - should he pass his test tonight - will be NEXT WEEK ON SMACKDOWN!!

Commercial Break

Main Event | IF EDGE WINS, HE FACES RANDY ORTON FOR THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP NEXT WEEK:
Edge vs. Nick Dinsmore
It’s a solid showing from Dinsmore, but Edge is on a completely different level on this night, and there is seemingly nothing that’s going to stop him getting his much desired title shot. Somehow, Dinsmore survives a Spear, putting a foot on the rope, leading to further frustration for Edge, but he manages to keep his cool … only for The Prodigy to make a comeback, and cause Edge more trouble. But, Dinsmore is unable to apply his Cloverleaf, and Edge escapes, eventually catching Nick with his second Spear of the evening, and makes an emphatic cover, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Edge @ 10:08
Edge will meet Randy Orton next week!! The Rated ‘R’ Superstar has his hand raised, and motions around his waist, with his opportunity finally coming next week on Smackdown … as we see the WWE Champion saunter onto the stage. Orton stares down at Edge, with Edge spotting the champion, and turns his attention there, telling Orton ‘it’s just you and me’, as we go off the air, with a big, blockbuster main event set next week on Smackdown.

END OF SHOW


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Current Card for WWE Judgment Day:

Date: 20th May 2007
Location: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Event Music: Ozzy Osbourne; I Don’t Wanna Stop

United States Championship Match:
Brent Albright vs. Paul London

Grudge Match:
M.V.P vs. Carlito

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Opening up with the video featuring what Orton did to Jericho last week before going straight into a promo from Arn about it was a good way to kick things off. Jericho out for six months? Damn, I thought this was his chance to come back in two months, tops, and possibly be the number one face on SmackDown!, but by sending him off for at least six, you’ve further depleted an already almost non-existent main event scene. You continuing Arn’s problem with Orton in the promo was good to see, and I half expected Ric Flair coming out to become the new number one contender, which kind of shows how depleted things are. Edge as the number one contender isn’t something I really like since I despise heel vs. heel matches and feuds, although with only two main eventers left on the brand, I guess it was your only option for now. Edge vs. Dinsmore in the main event is another one of those double heel matches, although I guess since Edge will play the role of a face against Orton, you may as well have him face heels (specifically lackeys of Orton) until they do face. Surprised to see you had the promo go uninterrupted too, although with no one really to interrupt, it was a natural move. Now we just need to see how you can get the fans to rally behind Edge.

Albright had a virus eh? The one thing that struck me in the early going of the battle royal is that you have a lot of guys low on the totem pole on SmackDown!, as shown by Holly being sixth eliminated (instead of first where he belongs ). The other thing I noticed is that you have Mark freakin’ Jindrak on your roster, which is something I didn’t know. Uh, push plz. Using this battle royal to continue a few storylines was also something I was happy to see, so Kendrick’s continued hint towards a heel turn was nice, while Jeff’s little war with The New Wave may be hinting at a future rivalry. I also like the strong showings of Haas and Cade, allowing them to make the four, shown you have a few young guys with quite a lot of potential (the rest of The New Wave, Jindrak, Burke etc). Albright trying to cost London the match only for London to win was a nice touch, while ‘Lito costing MVP the match after MVP spoke of getting some gold last week also keeps their rivalry really hot. Nice opening match which kept some rivalries going.

Hardy vs. Cade? Like it. Some more good use of the battle royal.

While Finlay picking up the win over Haas for revenge makes sense, I’m kind of disappointed that these two were only afforded a two week mini-feud, as even if it had no real heat behind it, I thought you could have put these two on Pay-Per-View together and let them have a decent match. Regardless, the result made sense.

Orton making a clear message is good to see, although if that’s all we get of him on the show I’ll be disappointed. A nice way to show how little he cares about the welfare of those who he’s sent to the sidelines.

JBL definitely needed the win in his return match, although your willingness to give Noble a decent showing is a very, very good sign for him, and one I’m personally glad to see. Hulk Hogan on SmackDown! next week? I thought JBL would go in another direction with a midcarder coming iout and telling him to get over himself or something, because really, I can’t see anything JBL and Hogan do together benefiting anyone at all. I guess it gives you a few more stars on the suffering blue brand though.

AMW making fun of Festus only to be intimidated by Burke/Booker? Great, since they’re really the only team with any credibility on SmackDown! outside of the champions, so once AMW dispose of The Mad Murdochs tonight I look forward to seeing the tandem of Burke and Booker step it up against the champs.

Nice little pep talk from Orton, continuing on where the promo from last week left off in that The New Wave need to make a statement. A nice little promo to show their intent.

The Mad Murdoch Twins were never really worthy of a title shot at all, so seeing them losing was to be expected. Giving them some sort of credibility by having AMW resort to dirty tactics to pick up the win actually helps them out in a way, while we also keep the tag division simmering away, until hopefully, some new blood arrives on the scene to help revive a division that is obviously being carried by AMW, with no signs of that changing soon.

Good promo to continue the turn of Brian Kendrick. I especially liked that you made a real point of mentioning that Kendrick and Chavo had planned to work together. Kendrick also making sure Super Crazy and Chavo don’t talk to Arn so that he can instead and (probably) tell Arn to not give them shots is also clever. Liking this new, devious Kendrick character.

As I said before, Bourne to SmackDown! can only mean good things for the cruiserweight division and SmackDown! as a whole.

Wow, another big rub for Cade here after lasting so long in the battle royal with a win over the very over Jeff, albeit with cheating. Perhaps we’ll get to see a little program between the two? I certainly wouldn’t protest to that. The sudden buildup of Cade is something that I welcome, because I never minded him. A push up the card certainly wouldn’t hurt him.

A change of heart from MVP compared to last week, although after Carlito cost Porter what he desperately wanted in some gold, it makes sense. The match for Judgment Day has been a long time coming, so it’s good to see it booked on Pay-Per-View, although it’ll be interesting to see what you can do to keep the heat going for the next four weeks between the two, especially with ‘Lito not cleared to compete until just before Judgment Day.

Edge’s focus being shown before the match was nice, with a pretty good main event to top the show off. Dinsmore surviving a Spear, frustrating Edge in a match where he must keep his cool was a nice spot, and I really liked the time you gave this, allowing Dinsmore to, much like Cade earlier, look good. Having Edge vs. Orton next week is certainly a surprise, as I thought you would have needed some time to maybe get the fans behind Edge and build this match, although I guess you have other plans for Judgment Day. No idea what you’ve got planned for next week, although I look forward to it (even though I’ll be waiting forever with the planned sabbatical coming before the show ).


As a whole this seemed like a solid enough show, Wolfy, with a few storylines progressing along well. The show being in recap was a bit disappointing since promos are usually a strong point of yours, but we’ve known for awhile that this would be in recap. Regardless, of the format of show, the booking throughout was good, and the writing made for a still enjoyable show. Good stuff.
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Starting the show with Vince McMahon is definitely the way to go, as he is involved with the most exciting angle on Raw at the moment. This promo was absolutely awesome, I really felt as if everything was spot on, it really summed up this whole storyline pretty well. However, with that being said, I felt as if perhaps the promo should have ended at don’t cross the boss, once you added on, and mentioned the head shaving, it was kind of like you were just back tracking, and it made it seem as though you milked it a bit for length, and I just didn’t think it was needed. Kurt Angle coming out was good, as I really believe he needed to give an explanation, and I think you had him explain himself very well, and an effective heel is one who has a legit reason for being heel, and you’ve established that well here, so good work. McMahon wrapping up the promo is a hit and a miss for me, I felt like it was good in terms of what he said, but I think ending the promo with Angle’s last line would have had a better effect, as towards the end, Vince was basically repeating himself. Besides this little thing, it was still a pretty good way to start the show.

I love the dissention in the commentary with Coach OWNING, and even JR showing where he’s loyalties lie, it really sets the scene for an us against them mentality regarding the faces and the heels. Kennedy not needing an intro is something different, not to sure if I like it though. Also, is Regal a face? Or is this a heel against heel match? I probably should know this but I’ve been a little on and off as of late so yeah. The match up itself was pretty good, I’m glad to see Regal is at least being competitive, but I have to admit, I wouldn’t mind seeing him pick up a victory here and there. With that being said, tonight belonged to Kennedy, and I really hope he gets the MITB, just because he’s got some awesome momentum up at the moment.

I loved this little meeting between Triple H and Kurt Angle; I’m hoping a feud eventuates between the two, although I can’t see either of the men winning at Backlash. Anyway, I loved this whole meeting, how Triple H was cocky and confident, but Angle had his say and perhaps planted some seeds of doubt in Triple H’s head.

Rey Mysterio didn’t get to talk to long which was good. Teddy Long is awesome, and everything he basically said was true, so hopefully Rey is on some kind of losing streak, which continues. As for Benji, I like his character in this thread. Anyway, everything was alright with The Brotherhood being bullies, but once Burchill and Smith came it just got very awkward. Burchill’s friendly attitude was so out of character, and makes me think he is a little schizophrenic, and yeah, I don’t know, it just felt really awkward. Hopefully the match up itself makes up for my lack of like of this segment.

This match was really good, seemed to make up for the terrible segment before it, although I really think calling Smith and Burchill The British Lions in their first match together is a little silly. Regarding the match up though, it seems as if Burchill and Smith are going to slowly become a full time deal, and I don’t mind that. As for Mysterio, it’s good to see him getting a win, turning his bad luck around, although I can see Shelton winning at Backlash to put The Brotherhood back on top. Now all we need to do is work out a push for Monty Brown and everything will be fine, but at the moment, I must say, he Brotherhood, led by Teddy Long and Benjamin are an exciting prospect.

Wow. Another pretty good match write up here, which is surprising since you said you were going to stop going into detail for matches on weekly shows, although I’m hardly complaining. I’m glad you’re giving Matt Hardy another rub challenging HBK, but Michaels was always going to win, and this all equals nice build for the MITB match. As for the Umaga attack afterwards, it was done pretty well, and I love the idea of an Umaga/Shawn Michaels feud. I can really see this happening after Backlash, perhaps finishing off in an epic match for Summerslam.

I loved this final meeting between Christian and Triple H before the Hell in a Cell match, my only problem is that I thought a meeting between these two would be the perfect way to end the show heading into Backlash. Anyway, the video is typical Triple H, but I was glad that Christian interrupted him pretty quickly, as it never seems to happen, but really should. From here, Christian was solid on the microphone, while Triple H owned, I especially loved his killer instinct argument. It was great for some final hype, and to get people thinking if Christian has what it takes, but I’m pretty sure he’ll pick up the victory at Backlash, with the way the feud has progressed.

I absolutely detest Goldust! Maybe this could be a pretty cool way to make Cody Rhodes a solid mid carder, but I just don’t like the fact that he’d be associated with a freak like Goldust. I’m hoping this is a little thing that will get written off in a few weeks, as I don’t think it’s the right way to get Cody over. Maybe you can change my mind, but at this stage, I doubt it.

Hmm, looks like you’re really trying to spice up the women’s division, and that’s something that I’m actually happy with. Alexis Laree is a good champion, but I’m very interested to see what exactly is happening, like what Melina knows. At first I thought perhaps it was that she was a fraud, and her real name was Mickie James, but then I kept thinking, and I realized that it has something to do with Beth (Phoenix?), and I’m interested to see where it goes, but this was a good enough start.

The divas tag match was good, basically just to show the effect Melina has had on Alexis. Also having Victoria look so dominant it actually makes it seem as though she has a chance at Backlash, although I’m pretty sure she is just a filler opponent.

Besides the opening line, in which Cena started to joke, I think he was dead on for the whole promo. I just didn’t like the fact that he said a joke, and then said the time for joking was over, I would have preferred him getting straight to the point, and just being intense, which is something he did do from just after the beginning. In all, a really good Cena promo just hindered a little by the beginning.

Pretty much a cluster fuck of a main event, one that I struggled to keep up with at times, but it was great last build up for the tag team title match, and the all or nothing match. I would have preferred for Angle to get the win here, just to make him seem as if he is on a roll but I guess you have some other idea. It was good to see Angle at least getting the advantage after the match, and this was definitely some great final hype, and after reading this, I actually think you made the right decision putting Christian/Trips promo half way through the show.

Overall, I really, really enjoyed the show, I think it had great build for Backlash, pretty much regarding every match, while also keeping the Burchill push going, and even starting something with Cody Rhodes. I really believe this was the perfect show, except perhaps a little to long , but yeah, great go home show. On a side note, I’m sorry for the lateness, and don’t think I’ve forgotten about Smackdown, I’ll eventually get around to it.
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~ BACKLASH PREVIEW ~

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Fireworks at the beginning of WrestleMania 23

The Glitz and Glamour has gone’

Confetti falling at the close of WrestleMania.

The Pomp and Pageantry has passed’

Shots of the celebrities on show at WrestleMania, the grand entrance of The Undertaker, and the musical performance for John Cena.

All that remains…’

Everything goes dark.

‘… Is the Backlash’

Shots of dark, dingy streets, the polar opposite of WrestleMania, as the Backlash logo flashes across the screen.

WWE BACKLASH | APRIL 22 | CENTRE BELL, MONTREAL

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All or Nothing:

~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~

John Cena vs. Kurt Angle

It has been dubbed the most historically significant match in WWE history, and with good reason - the entire future wellbeing of the WWE is on the line. Should Kurt Angle defeat John Cena at Backlash, Mister McMahon will regain full and complete control over all matters concerning the WWE. No more board members to win over, no more shareholders to impress, and no more voices of reason. Good ‘ol J.R has referred to the possibility of Mister McMahon taking full power with the likely outcome being the WWE becoming reminiscent to North Korea, and it’s not hard to figure out why. In the past month, Mister McMahon has yielded his power to indefinitely suspend Brock Lesnar for having the temerity to fight the McMahon Family Empire head on, and he has fired former Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff, after Bischoff refused to remain McMahons puppet. Should Kurt Angle be victorious at Backlash, what type of ramifications will it have on anyone that questions The Boss??
But, should John Cena come out on top in Montreal, the WWE will have witnessed the end of an era - with Mister McMahon being banished from television FOREVER as a result. After nearly a decade of being a central figure on all WWE television, could Backlash be the last stand of the egomaniacal Mister McMahon … in the same arena that he rose to prominence?? In recent months John Cena has been a tremendous thorn in the side of the McMahon Family Empire, ousting Triple H from the main event of WrestleMania, crashing the wedding of Mister McMahons daughter Stephanie, and even shaving the boss bald … but should Cena conquer Angle at Backlash, he will do much more than simply raise the ire of Vince McMahon … he will banish his own boss from the television shows of the company he created.



Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin

In January at the Royal Rumble, Rey Mysterio ended Shelton Benjamins second reign as the Intercontinental Champion. Three months on, and The Black Diamond has come back for revenge. With the new and improved Brotherhood by his side, Benjamin has been on a roll since WrestleMania, defeating Rey Mysterio in a non title environment, to earn this shot. Meanwhile, Mysterio has been on somewhat of a slump in form coming off the back of the Showcase of the Immortals. The champion has lost not only to Benjamin, but was soundly defeated by Mister Kennedy on Draft night. However, this past week on Raw, Mysterio came back, all guns blazing, showing the form of old, that made him Intercontinental Champion. Can the master of the 619 carry that sparkling performance through to Backlash?? Or has the time come for The Brotherhood to once again taste gold??



World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM

For weeks, MNM avoided defending their titles against Straight Edge with every excuse in the book. Then, once the excuses ran out, MNM used every shortcut in their arsenal to get around the challenge of CM Punk and Gregory Helms. However, after pushing their luck for months, MNM finally came unstuck at WrestleMania, when Straight Edge - albeit, via stipulation, in an eight person tag match - finally became the World Tag Team Champions. Now, it’s MNM that are chasing the champions, but unlike the former champs, Straight Edge aren’t running from the challenge. For months, questions have been asked as to which is the very best duo on Raw, and at Backlash, the questions will be emphatically answered. MNM cannot afford to make excuses, and they cannot afford to run … victory is their only objective this Sunday, and for the competitive champions, they will see this as their defining moment to prove any remaining doubters wrong. Finally, this Sunday, MNM and Straight Edge will battle it out to prove, once and for all, which team deserves to sit on top of the Monday Night mountain.



Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:

Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:

Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy

In one of his final acts as Raw General Manager, Eric Bischoff signed this match, as a result of the controversial cash in that Randy Orton succeeded with at WrestleMania, as the then Raw superstar cashed in his shot on the then WWE Champion, and Smackdown superstar, Rob Van Dam. Bischoff, believing his superstar should stay on Raw was adamant that this wouldn’t happen again, and the Raw exclusive Money in the Bank match was created for Backlash. Of the six men involved in this Sundays one fall to a finish contest, only Shawn Michaels has ever tasted World Championship glory, but despite that experience, he comes up against a 350 pound savage in the form of Umaga, who has never been pinned, and never been submitted. With one fall deciding the match though, Umaga will not need to be involved in the decision to lose.
Elsewhere, Matt Hardy has made it clear that his intention is to one day become World Champion, and since coming to Raw, the elder Hardy has impressed in matches against Michaels and Kurt Angle. And while Matt Hardy has impressed since coming to Raw, Mister Kennedy intends on impressing at Backlash, by earning himself a title shot for whenever he pleases. The 2006 King of the Ring has stepped up his own game in recent weeks, setting his sights as high as possible, but standing in his way will be the veteran, William Regal. The Brit has never tasted World Championship gold in his illustrious career, and this Sunday could be one of his final opportunities to do so, as his career winds down. Whilst Regals career is winding down, Tyson Tomko is looking to kick start his own, and step out of the shadows he has found himself in during his entire run in the WWE. Of these six, diverse superstars, only one can walk out of Montreal with a guaranteed title match, good for one full year.



Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria

Two weeks ago on Raw, Victoria earned herself a shot at Alexis Laree, and the opportunity to become Womens champion for the first time in over four years, and whilst the challenge for Laree will have been great enough, the challenge took a different turn this past Monday, as Melina once again involved herself in the business of the champion. It appears that Melina has managed to find ‘dirt’ on her long time rival, and the mention of the name ‘Beth’ almost sent the champion into a comatose state. Can Alexis overcome her fragile mental state to focus on the challenge that awaits this Sunday?? Or has Melina cleverly opened up her own chances of gaining another shot at the Womens championship, by costing her long term foe the title … even before her match with Victoria has begun??



World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H

Last October, Triple H ended the maiden title reign of Christian under controversial circumstances. That then inspired Christian to partake on his own personal quest to reclaim the title from The Game at WrestleMania, as he overcome obstacle after obstacle to ultimately win the Royal Rumble. Then, it appeared Christian would have his shot at revenge, at the grandest stage of them all … but things didn’t quite go to plan. Captain Charisma DID walk out of WrestleMania 23 as the World Champion, but not at the expense of Triple H. Now, at Backlash, he has the opportunity to finally settle the score with the ten time World Champion.
But, for Triple H, it’s the chance to prove to the world that he still is the top dog in the business, and that WrestleMania would not have had it’s fairytale ending had he stood in Christians way. If it wasn’t personal enough between Triple H and Christian, add in the sadistic Hell in a Cell structure to surround them, and this make or break match for both men becomes a live or die scenario. After Hell in a Cell, the line will be drawn, and one man will reign supreme over the other, once and for all … will it be the current champion, still seeking validation … or will Triple H be proven right, and will Christian lack the killer instinct to succeed at the highest level in the most destructive of devices??

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FINAL Card for WWE Backlash:
Date: 22nd April 2007
Location: Bell Centre, Montreal
Event Music: Breaking Benjamin, Breath

World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H

Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin

World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM

Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria

All or Nothing:
~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle

Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:
Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy


*One point for each winner correctly predicted*
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BONUS QUESTIONS:
1) Predict the match order (One point for each predicted correctly)
2) Will there be any surprise appearances?? If yes, name one. (Three points)
3) Who will be pinned in the Money in the Bank match?? (Three points)
4) What will be the longest match?? (Two points)

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6. World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H

1. Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin

2. World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM

4. Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria

5. All or Nothing:
~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle

3. Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:
Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy


*One point for each winner correctly predicted*
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BONUS QUESTIONS:
1) Predict the match order (One point for each predicted correctly)
2) Will there be any surprise appearances?? If yes, name one. Eric Bischoff(Three points)
3) Who will be pinned in the Money in the Bank match?? Matt Hardy(Three points)
4) What will be the longest match?? Hell in a Cell(Two points)
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Here it is, one of the only predictions you'll get with ACTUAL COMMENTS.


5 - World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H - Christian only just won the title at WrestleMania and you already know my feelings on how I feel this HIAC stipulation has been rushed in. Simply put, Christian is retaining, 100%.

3 - Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin - Shelton losing at WrestleMania + the Brotherhood makeover = Intercontinental Championship, imo.

2 - World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM - I still don't like the fact that Straight Edge won the titles at WrestleMania, as I thought a straight up match between them and MNM would be the true way to get them over. Nonetheless, they only won the titles at Mania, so they're retaining.

4 - Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria - As you said yourself in the preview, Victoria hasn't been Women's Champion for four years. Why should she win it now? Besides, Mickie Alexis only won the title at WM so like the other champions, she's not losing it so quickly. Also, she has a program with Melina to continue.

6 - All or Nothing:
~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle - I have to give you credit for making this one difficult to predict. However, as I've said before, for Angle to lose would make him look weak after only two weeks of build toward the match and would end McMahon's power trip rather prematurely. On the other hand, the question would be where do you go from here with this thing? Won't it get boring real quick? With Vince in power, it can NEVER get boring! Angle to win and receive a title shot at Christian after Backlash whilst Triple H takes some time off.

1 - Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:
Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy - Again, you've done a good job at making this unpredictable. I mean okay, there's no chance in a blue hell that Regal, Tomko or Matt Hardy is winning. So that leaves HBK, Umaga and Kennedy. HBK isn't winning it simply because he doesn't need it, narrowing it down to just Umaga and Kennedy. I would usually say Kennedy right away, but there's two things that are stopping me. The first is Kennedy's character has been all over the place recently, and I'm not sure if you give him MITB you'd know where to take him from there, and might possibly end up having him lose it. The second is that you seem determined on this Umaga Jesus push (man does that sound contradictory?) Even though "'Mags" is surely set to feud with HBK, he could still do it with the MITB, so it doesn't mean he can't win this match. Even as I write this I'm still in half a mind to CHANGE my mind, but I'll go with Umaga. I think you're going to go all the way with him and well, if you do, we'll just have to see how it pans out.


*One point for each winner correctly predicted*
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BONUS QUESTIONS:
1) Predict the match order (One point for each predicted correctly)

Numbers next to the matches tbf.

2) Will there be any surprise appearances?? If yes, name one. (Three points)
Nah.

3) Who will be pinned in the Money in the Bank match?? (Three points)
Matt Hardy.

4) What will be the longest match?? (Two points)
Got to be Hell in a Cell, surely.
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FINAL Card for WWE Backlash:
Date: 22nd April 2007
Location: Bell Centre, Montreal
Event Music: Breaking Benjamin, Breath

6 - World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H

4 - Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin

1 - World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM

2 - Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria

5 - All or Nothing:
~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle

3 - Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:
Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy


*One point for each winner correctly predicted*
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BONUS QUESTIONS:
1) Predict the match order (One point for each predicted correctly) Done
2) Will there be any surprise appearances?? If yes, name one. (Three points) Steve Austin
3) Who will be pinned in the Money in the Bank match?? (Three points) Tomko
4) What will be the longest match?? (Two points) Hell in a Cell
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FINAL Card for WWE Backlash:
Date: 22nd April 2007
Location: Bell Centre, Montreal
Event Music: Breaking Benjamin, Breath

6) World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H
The reign of Christan just began. He can't lose yet.

3) Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin
In all honesty, I don't see the point on putting the gold on Benjamin, thus making Rey my choice.

1) World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM
It took them so long to overcome MNM and get the tag titles. Why have them drop them back a month later? Straight Edge ftw.

2) Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria
Victoria is killing time here. Phoenix to arrive and become next champ.

5) All or Nothing:
~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle
Having Cena lose would mean all major babyfaces would be fired ... can't see that happening. Angle/Tripper feud to come.

4) Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:
Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy
Although Matt and 'Mags are also both strong candidates, it feels like Kennedy has been groomed for this spot recently.


*One point for each winner correctly predicted*
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BONUS QUESTIONS:
1) Predict the match order (One point for each predicted correctly) Done.
2) Will there be any surprise appearances?? If yes, name one. (Three points) No. I don't see anyone making a shock appearance on RAW with an already stakced roster.
3) Who will be pinned in the Money in the Bank match?? (Three points) William Regal. He's by far the biggest jobber there.
4) What will be the longest match?? (Two points) Maybe this is out of hope more than anything, but Angle vs. Cena. Both are far more interesting than Tripper.

Lookin' forward to it, man.
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FINAL Card for WWE Backlash:
Date: 22nd April 2007
Location: Bell Centre, Montreal
Event Music: Breaking Benjamin, Breath

5 World Heavyweight Championship;
Hell in a Cell Match:
Christian vs. Triple H
Christian cant lose yet also also i think Trips will be taking time of after the match

3 Intercontinental Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin
New and Improved Brotherhood mean win for Benji

1 World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. MNM
only just won the titles they cant lose them yet

2 Womens Championship Match:
Alexis Laree vs. Victoria
Victoria's past her best easy win for Laree here

6 All or Nothing:
~ If John Cena wins, Mr. McMahon must relinquish sole ownership of the WWE, and allow Linda McMahon to take the company public again ~
~ If Mr. Mahons representative wins, he will be permitted to proceed with total ownership of the company ~
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle
really difficult to pick but i see Angle winning so Vince can fire Cena and then Cena goes to Smackdown to help there Main Event Scene and Kurt can feud with Christian

4 Raw Exclusive Money in the Bank Match:
Six Pack Challenge Match | One Fall to a Finish:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga vs. Tyson Tomko vs. Matt Hardy vs. William Regal vs. Mr. Kennedy
i don't see anyone else winning


*One point for each winner correctly predicted*
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BONUS QUESTIONS:
1) Predict the match order Done
2) Will there be any surprise appearances?? If yes, name one. Brock Lesnar screws Trips
3) Who will be pinned in the Money in the Bank match?? William Regal
4) What will be the longest match?? The HIAC
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