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Good show overall wb. I loved the Stephanie and Kennedy promo. I am hoping for a HHH face turn against Kennedy at wm 24.
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Not gonna give you mountains of feedback, instead just gonna go through my overall thoughts on the few shows you’ve had since you’ve been back, hope you can take something from it.

Raw thoughts:


I was a bit surprised at first that Christian/Umaga appeared to be over with but all made sense with the return of Michaels. I thought it was a nice surprise and well worked to have him come back and seek his revenge but I really hope he doesn’t get it come Cyber Sunday, Mags having two defeats on the bounce wouldn’t do him the world of good. I like the options for their match at CS also, certainly make sense given the heated rivalry they’ve had.

With Umaga out of the way, Angle being next in line to the title made a ton of sense. Like with my surprise at Christian/Umaga being over, I’m a little surprised that Angle/Mysterio hasn’t ended. Angle’s little homecoming celebration was awesome, especially his suit but I think he should move away from the whole patriotic schitck now and just focus on the title match with Christian. Was also disappointed that he lost to Mysterio, really doesn’t do the number one contender a whole lot of good heading into a title match. I assume Rey will end up Special Referee. Must admit I’d like a little bit more from Christian going into this also. Fresh off a HUGE win at Summerslam, I’d expect his momentum to continue but it’s kind of halted a little bit, wouldn’t want his reign to simply begin ticking along.

Really liked the Stephanie promo on the recent Raw, was very well executed and I can’t wait for Trips inevitable return and feud with Kennedy. You’ve hinted at it a few times in the past and again at Summerslam, think it will be excellent, Kennedy’s interaction with Steph here was great too, such an asshole. I hope he finds something to do in the meantime however.

Been very much enjoying the Cena storyline. I’d be all for him moving to Smackdown but I’ve no idea if it does end up going that route or not, that’s probably part of the reason I’m enjoying it. The execution of it on the first show after Summerslam was brilliant, from Edge to Anderson, really good stuff. AA being allowed to sign some Raw guys makes a lot of sense also and I’m sure there will be a big pick or two along the way.

Enjoying the Tag ranks on the red brand right now also. With Straight Edge, ECPB, AOA and the Craftsmen there is a lot to work with, the debuts of AOA and the Craftsmen were well done and I’m especially interested in how things go for Haas and Albright, them entering the I.C Title frame surprised me but pleased me also, I’d love to see Albright/Regal although Cody has certainly picked up since the turn of Summerslam, think his character’s only going to continue growing.

On the whole a lot of encouraging signs of the red brand. Kennedy, Cena and the Mags/HBK stuff in particular. Would like a bit more now from the World Title scene while the mid card continues to improve, good stuff.

Smackdown Thoughts:


Obviously I’ll start off with the WWE Title scene and I think that you kind’ve booked yourself into a tough spot with the Elimination Chamber as Orton himself said it, he’s beaten them all. None of them particularly deserve another shot at him, however it does make sense for that very reason, there’s pretty much nobody else left for him. Really hope that Cena or somebody comes across from Raw and spices some new life into the title picture. Surprised that we’ve not had a bit more fire from Van Dam and Lesnar btw, really thought they’d be the ones storming towards CS, instead it’s felt a bit more like Cade, Batista and London which is great for them but they aren’t the strongest contenders to take it home.

Following on from that, Edge and Taker continuing their feud wasn’t something I expected or hoped for, I’d have much preferred Edge to get in on the title action BUT now that this is confirmed, the match stipulation for CS has me intrigued. I hope to god Edge gets the win because him not being in title contention for twelve months would be a travesty as you’ve done so well with him despite the lack of a title run. However I still suspect Taker does pull it off lol.

Really enjoyed the Chris Jericho interview by the way, thought that was epic and has me wondering just what will be next in store, if anything for Y2J, really great job with it.

Pleased to see the continuous joy that is The Brian Kendrick, everything about the guy is awesome and you write him brilliantly, can’t wait to see where he goes next. I’d hope he retains at CS although defeat wouldn’t be a bad thing, would love to see him move up the ranks. Speaking of which, I know London’s in the EC but I hope something really gets going with the U.S gold, even if it means him losing to MVP next week so somebody can start to do something with it.

On the SD front, it’s a little bit stagnant compared to Raw BUT there are still some good things. TBK and Edge being the highlights while the WWE Title picture has a huge crowd, it’s a little bit stale, however you’re doing well to try and get some strong build for it, making everyone look a threat and I’m sure it will only pick up.
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WWE Superstars | September 5 2007

Coach again sits in for King alongside Grisham for the homecoming Superstars show after the marathon World Tour.

Sonjay Dutt gets a second consecutive win in his second WWE match, defeating Shannon Moore @ 06:34 with the Bombay Buster.

Gail Kim & Maria defeat Jillian Hall & Maryse @ 06:02 when Gail pins Maryse thanks to the Hurricanrana.

Chavo Guerrero w/Super Crazy defeated Daivari via DQ @ 07:00 when Sonjay Dutt interferes, attacking Chavo & Crazy, teaming with Daivari, as the two (friends?) take apart Los Latinos and stand tall in the ring - nodding - as the show fades to a commercial.

In the main event, Charlie Haas (w/Brent Albright) defeats Deuce (w/Domino) via submission @ 08:34 with the Haas of Pain, in a more competitive match than their partners had on Raw.

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Friday Night Smackdown {brief} Preview:

After the incredible homecoming show presented by Raw this past Monday, Smackdown looks to follow in it's footsteps, emanating from Sacramento. And indeed, Smackdown will look to outdo Raw, as Arn Anderson has signed not just TWO championship matches, but THREE more main event matches!!!

In total, all six men involved in the Elimination Chamber in nine days time will be in action, with Paul London defending the United States Championship in a Summerslam rematch against M.V.P. Can London hold off the challenge of the highest paid superstar in Smackdown history?? Or will M.V.P finally add a priceless piece of bling to his expensive collection??

Also, after a month of attacks and brawls, Batista and Garrison Cade finally go toe to toe. It's Cades big opportunity to back up his big talk, as he looks to establish himself as the big dog in the upcoming Chamber by taking out The Animal. But, Batista has been fired up as of late, and with the title match looming, both men will be looking to build some big time momentum ahead of Cyber Sunday. Which of these two bulls will head to Dallas as the alpha male??

Plus, following his sickening attack on Stevie Richards, which has put Richards on the injured list for the forseeable future, Edge faces a significantly tougher challenge as he prepares for The Undertaker at Cyber Sunday - Mr. Friday Night himself, Rob Van Dam. RVD has one final opportunity at claiming the ultimate revenge against Randy Orton as one of the five challengers in next weekends WWE Championship match, and will want to head into the Chamber with what would be a huge win ... but so will Edge - who still insists he has been overlooked and unfairly treated by Arn Anderson, and intends on using this match with RVD to prove his point.

And, in the main event, Randy Orton will be in non-title action, taking on Brock Lesnar. Lesnar has reportedly not taken Ortons recent comments well, in regards to the WWE Champion complaining that he has already beaten every challenger he faces at Cyber Sunday. Lesnar though, doesnt see it that way, with his two losses to Orton occuring thanks to Triple H. Lesnar has specifically requested the match - and Arn Anderson was quick to sign it up. Will Lesnar prove his point?? Or Orton prove his??

Also, in another Summerslam rematch, The Caribbean Connection get their second bite at AMW, after the out of shape champions purposefully got themselves counted out to save the titles at Wembley Stadium. Carlito and Kofi have claimed that Harris and Storm are out of excuses, out of luck, and out of time ... as the reigning champions. Can AMW find a way to somehow overcome the white hot challengers?? Find out on Smackdown.

In addition, JOHN CENA will be in attendance at Smackdown - having confirmed as much this past Monday on Raw. What role will Cena play on Friday Night?? Will he sign the contract as expected and leave Raw after over two and a half years?? Or, will there be a sting in the tale?? With Cena in the building, either way, expect fireworks!!

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Friday Night Smackdown | September 7 2007 | Sacramento CA


The show skips any videos or pyro, and opens straight up into the arena - where JOHN CENA is seen in the skybox, and Joey Styles opens the show, telling the fans that John Cena is here, and is ready to see what Smackdown has to offer, with a stacked line up to celebrate the WWEs return home…

**I WALK ALONE**

And the show is kicking off with a huge grudge match. Batista storms out onto the stage, with Joey Styles telling the fans how frustrated Batista has been as of late, mostly because of Garrison Cade - but also because of the unprovoked Chokeslam from the Undertaker two weeks ago. He then says he gets the 1 on 1 match he wanted with Cade tonight, in addition to TWO title matches tonight, PLUS a main event between the WWE Champion and one of his challengers at Cyber Sunday - Brock Lesnar.

**ROAD TO TEXAS**

Confidently, ‘The Lone Star’ steps onto the stage, getting the match HE has wanted also … and Batista isn’t waiting for the big man to get to the ring - BATISTA IS COMING TO MEET CADE!!! The two men collide on the middle of the isle, trading blows, battling to the ringside area, smashing each others faces off the ring apron, and after a big brawl - without either man gaining a clear advantage - they get into the ring, with the official finally getting the chance to start the match!!!

Match 1:
Batista vs. Garrison Cade
The two big men continue as they began on the outside - beating the holy hell out of one another. The momentum shifts back and forth, with big haymakers shaking both men, neither giving up an inch. Cade stops Batista with a big knee to the gut, and then rams him into the corner, opening up on him with a flurry of massive forearm shots, shooting him across the ring to the opposite corner … BUT BATISTA SHOOTS BACK OUT - TACKLING CADE DOWN WITH A SPEAR!!!!!

The fans erupt, with The Animal now opening up on Cade on the canvas, then gets back to his feet, roaring to the fans, as he sets Cade up for a spine buster … BUT CADE BLOCKS IT, kicking Big Dave away … AND DRILLS BATISTA WITH A CLOTHESLINE!!!!! Cade drops an elbow, then after a well hidden - but blatant - choke, he pulls Batista back to his feet, AND SHAPES UP TO HIT THE HEART PUNCH … BUT BATISTA BLOCKS IT!!!!!

Batista and Cade are locked in a battle of wills, both struggling, trying to overpower the other, and Batista wins the battle, shoving Cade away, and knocks him down with a clothesline. On commentary, Styles and Heyman both comment about both men going for some of their big moves right off the bat, and both taking so much out of each other with such a bitter brawl - indeed, Batista is leant on the ropes, catching his breath, which allows Cade to get back up, and the big Texan lines up an attack, but Batista turns, and BACK BODY DROPS CADE … SENDING THE BIG MAN OVER THE TOP - TO THE FLOOR!!!!!

Cade crashes on the floor outside … and bizarrely, Batista starts to CLIMB THE TURNBUCKLES … perching himself up top, waiting for Cade to get back up … AND HE FLIES OFF WITH A SHOULDER TACKLE OFF THE TOP RIGHT THROUGH CADE!!!!! Both men are down, with the fans going nuts, as Batista flies from the top rope to the outside!!!!! Cade and Batista remain down, as the official conducts the count … reaching SIX before either man stirs, with Batista slowly rising, pulling himself up on the apron, but doesn’t roll back into the ring.

Instead, he turns, and tries to get Cade back up - not wanting to win by a count out - and drags the near 300 pound Texan to his feet … but Cade explodes … AND CHARGES BATISTA INTO THE STEEL STEPS!!!!! The two huge men lay in a crumpled mess by the steps, with the referee reaching NINE … AND THEN TEN … with neither Batista or Cade able to break the count … and the fans boo, as the bell is rung for the double count out.
Winner: Double Count Out @ 03:59 {Plus pre-match fight; 07:00}

Slowly, the two men stir once more, as the official decision is made, and announced - much to the chagrin of the fans. Cade drags himself up, with Batista grabbing onto the barrier, to get to his feet … where Cade explodes again - AND CLOTHESLINES BATISTA OVER THE BARRIER!!!!!

The match may be over … BUT CADE AND BATISTA ARENT DONE YET!!! As Cade follows over the barrier, Batista battles back, nailing Cade in the gut from his knees with a big shot … and the two men begin to battle through the crowd, as the camera momentarily cuts to Cena in the sky box, turning to someone in the box with him, and with a smile, excitedly says “Pretty wild stuff, huh!?”.

We then cut back to Cade and Batista, trading blows through the crowd, as Styles hypes up the wild start to Smackdown, before throwing to a commercial break…

Commercial Break

Upon the return from the break, we get a quick, pre-taped promo from CHAVO GUERRERO, who gives his reasons as to why fans should vote for him to get the Cruiserweight title match at Cyber Sunday, stating he’s got more experience than any of the other possible contenders, and he’s won the title more times than the rest - meaning he knows how to get the job done, but more than anything, he’s a Guerrero, which means he’s well equipped to deal with any lying, cheating & stealing that Kendrick has to offer.



Backstage, the camera catches up with the brawl between Cade and Batista - who have now been separated - as Arn Anderson arrives on the scene, scolding both men for ruining their chance to settle the score, and brawling instead. However, he says he’ll give them the opportunity to do it again next week, but to make sure they cant brawl all over the building like tonight - it’ll be a Lumberjack match. The GM then orders the two men to leave - wanting both out of the arena immediately, not in the mood to put up with more of their fighting backstage.



Back in the arena, NICK NEMETH is seen joining Styles and Heyman on commentary, telling Styles after questioning that he’s out to scout the ‘supposed’ top talents on Smackdown, as ‘they wont come to me, I’ll have to come to them’.

**I‘M COMIN**

MVP enters ahead of his Summerslam rematch, attempting to win the U.S title on his second attempt. During the entrance, Styles asks Nemeth about the incident with Finlay last week, asking if Nemeth considers the Irishman a ‘top talent’ to which Nemeth responds ‘he’s not a top talent, he’s a caveman’, going on to talk about Finlay being nothing more than a jealous old timer, who wants to destroy the future of the business, saying there is no place in the WWE in 2007 for a man who uses a shillelagh.

**STAY IN SHADOW**

The fans rise for the ever popular U.S Champion, as Nemeth also casts his view over ‘The Golden Boy’, saying London is good, but he’d better be ready to give up his moniker - as there is a new Golden Boy on Smackdown.

Match 2 | UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:
Paul London vs. M.V.P
MVP has the better of the early going, overpowering London, as Heyman speculates that whilst London may be refreshed, he will already have one eye on the WWE Championship at Cyber Sunday, and it could be costly for him tonight. Nemeth tries to input how he’d deal with MVP, but says London isn’t quite talented enough to pull off the kind of feats he (Nemeth) would be capable of. London battles back quickly, quickening the pace, but it’s obvious this match could be set to go long, as, after catching London with a suplex for a near fall, and then following with the Ballin Elbow for a two also, MVP slows the pace again, applying a sleeper, catching London off the ropes … and as London struggles the show heads off to another commercial…

Commercial Break

And the show returns with MVP now wearing London down with a backbreaker, as we are informed that during the commercial, any time London looked set to fight back, his attempts were snuffed out by the challenger.The champion battles though, refusing to give in to Mr. 305, and escapes the submission, quickening the pace again, and brings the action to the outside, dropsaulting Porter through the ropes!!! He then crashes onto Porter with a stunning TOPE!!!!! The high flying assault brings the fans to their feet, but Nemeth is non-plussed on commentary, brushing it off by calling London “a bit of a show off”.

On the outside, London takes the fight to MVP, sending him into the ring post, and then uses the steps as a platform, running up them, and launching at MVP - WITH A HURRICANRANA!!!!! The high flying move sends the fans into a rapturous ‘LONDON’ chant. The champion rolls MVP back into the ring, and springs off the ropes back in with a kick to his dazed challenger, and into a cover, 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!! London continues to pile the pressure on MVP, scoring a number of near falls from a standing shooting star, a roundhouse kick and a Dragon suplex, but cant finish Porter off. The Golden Boy snuffs out a comeback attempt from MVP, and after being sent into the corner by Porter, London dives back out, with MVP hitting the buckle, and London puts him down with a swinging neck breaker!!!

London then senses the opportunity, and climbs the ropes, setting himself for the famed 450 Splash … BUT MVP ROLLS OUT OF HARMS WAY!!!!! London crashes and burns … and MVP shoots in with a roll up to try and shock the champion … 1...2...NO!!! London kicks out, but MVP is right on him to stop the champion from getting up, stomping the life out of London. Once more, MVP takes charge, not letting this opportunity slip. On commentary, Nemeth states he’s unimpressed with both men, claiming that having watched both for ten minutes, he’s spotted flaws in both mens games, and if he were in the ring with either man, the match would already be over. Montel wears London down, throwing him outside to repay the favour from earlier and rough the champ up, ramming him into the barrier over and over. Porter then backs up … AND STICKS LONDON WITH THE DRIVE BY KICK ON THE OUTSIDE!!!!!

MVP rolls London back inside, and clamps on a chinlock … but on commentary, all hell breaks loose - AS FINLAY ATTACKS NEMETH!!!!! The action cuts from the ring (where MVP has a boring rest hold locked on anyway) and to the outside, where Finlay chokes the cocky Narcissist, using the camera cables, as Nemeth kicks wildly whilst choking. He eventually breaks loose, freeing himself from the Irishman, and tries to run, but Finlay isn’t deterred, rapping his shillelagh off the announce table, telling shouting “Time to be a man, boy” before giving chase (albeit by walking), whilst Nemeth tries to run off, heading up the ramp. After the commotion - and with both Nemeth and Finlay disappearing from view - the focus returns to the ring, where London eventually is battling free from the chinlock … but gets caught as he runs the ropes … and drilled with a BELLY TO BELLY!!! MVP covers, 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!!

Porter looks frustrated, but continues to punish London, sending him into the corner, rushing in … BUT LONDON GETS A FOOT UP!!! MVP staggers back, as London leaps up top, jumping off … RIGHT INTO A POWERBOMB FROM PORTER - and he pins London down … 1...2...SHOULDER UP!!!!! There is an air of disbelief inside the Arco Arena, as London miraculously kicks out of a sick power bomb!!! MVP is stunned, but after letting the shock set in, he starts to shake his head - getting angry - and mouths that ‘this is it’. He roughly drags the champion back up, throwing him to the corner and SLAPS London, before dragging him back out, and hooks him into position for the PLAY OF THE DAY … BUT LONDON SWEEPS PORTERS STANDING LEG, then lands with a leg drop on the challenger!!!

London only scores a two count with that, but sees fit to look for the 450 again, stepping onto the apron, but as he begins to climb … MVP leaps up, rushes across the ring, AND CRASHES INTO LONDON WITH A STIFF FOREARM!!! The impact sends London flying from the middle buckle to the floor!!! MVP smirks, and follows out, stomping London, and easily chucks him back into the ring. MVP - getting cocky - takes his time getting back inside, motioning around his waist that he’s about to take the title, but as he steps through the ropes … LONDON LEAPS UP - SUPERKICK!!!!! MVP goes down, and London - summoning one last surge of energy - climbs up top, takes a moment … 450 SPLASH CONNECTS!!!!! He covers … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: And STILL United States Champion - Paul London @ 17:25

In a thrilling contest, Paul London retains his coveted title, with MVP falling short again - this time most likely due to his own cockiness!!! London crawls to the ropes, having his hand raised as he grasps the title, kissing the gold, after coming through yet another gruelling test - and keeps his momentum rolling on the road to the Elimination Chamber in nine days time, as we spot John Cena clapping in the skybox, clearly impressed with Paul London tonight.

Styles and Heyman both put over the tenacity of the U.S Champ, calling him a true contender to win the WWE title at Cyber Sunday, with another huge win - a victory snatched from what seemed to be the clutches of defeat. London leaves the ring, title aloft - slightly spaghetti legged, but victorious, as Styles and Heyman hype another title match to come later - plus TWO more main event calibre matches on a stacked homecoming show.

Commercial Break

The show returns, with another short, pre-taped promo, this time from JAMIE NOBLE, as he gives his reasons as to why he should be voted to face The Brian Kendrick at Cyber Sunday, telling the fans that he has been chasing TBK down for the last three months, and he is ‘this close’ from cutting Kendrick down once and for all - but he needs the fans to have faith in him, and give him that chance he needs, saying he wont let them down.



Back in the skybox, Arn Anderson catches up with Cena, asking him if everything is up to his liking etc, with Cena more than happy with the treatment, telling Arn he’s enjoying the show. Anderson then tells Cena he’ll catch up with him later, having to make a few calls - and alludes that he’s about to close another deal with a Raw superstar jumping to Smackdown, adding that he hopes Cena will be next. Double A tells Cena to enjoy himself and not to hesitate if he needs anything.



**S.O.S**

Back in the arena, Carlito and Kofi enter ahead of the second Summerslam rematch of the night, against the out of shape, uninspired champions, AMW. As the challengers make their way to the ring, Styles wonders aloud how AMW can find a way to beat CCC & Kingston, noting that there is no possible way Harris and Storm could be back in any kind of shape less than three weeks on from the Summerslam debacle.

Commercial Break

Match 3 | WWE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS MATCH:
Americas Most Wanted vs. The Caribbean Connection
It’s almost a repeat of Summerslam, with Harris and Storm still in poor condition, albeit slightly less sluggish - but not to the standard of champions - and the challengers dominate again. With AMW clearly shorn of all their bravado and confidence, it looks like being a sad end to their long title reign, with Kofi and Carlito closing in, having stopped the champs from escaping already - unlike Summer slam - it looks like the game is up for Harris and Storm. Carlito knocks Storm down with a springboard reverse elbow, and sets up for the Apple Core … AND CONNECTS!!!!!

Carlito has the cover, with Kofi ready to intercept any attempts to break it by Harris … but the official doesn’t count … as a mysterious blonde haired woman distracts him from the apron!!!! Styles and Heyman question who the woman is, with Carlito up, shouting at her to ‘GET LOST’, whilst Kofi takes matters into his own hands, getting out of the ring, and dragging the lady away, carrying her off … but as he does that, she plants a lip lock on him … while in the ring, behind the referees back - STORM NAILS CARLITO WITH A STEEL CHAIN!!!!! Carlito goes down, Harris drapes an arm over, and the referee turns his attention to the cover … and as Kofi throws the blonde down to try and break the count … 1...2...3 - HE’S TOO LATE!!!!!
Winners: And STILL WWE Tag Team Champions - Americas Most Wanted @ 04:13

If you cant be good - be lucky, and once again, AMW have lady luck on their side … but the beaten challengers certainly do not. Harris rolls out, to be greeted by Storm - AND the mysterious blonde lady, with the three having a big celebratory group hug … with the woman saving the gold for the out of shape champions!!!

In the ring, Kofi tends to Carlito, whilst glaring out at the fortunate champions, who have wicked smiles on their faces, as Storm shows off the steel chain that made all the difference. Harris and Storm place the blonde on their shoulders, getting heat from the fans, as we see Carlito slowly coming around, holding his face to sell the impact of the chain shot, as we fade out.

Commercial Break

Another pre-taped vignette airs, as another Cruiserweight contender makes his case … this time it’s Super Crazy. The luchador doesn’t speak a word of English, but his excitement is enough to make the short video entertaining.



Backstage, AMW are seen with the blonde, not even getting a shower - heading straight to the parking lot with their bags. Harris and Storm thank the lady for her help - not naming her by name at this point, but she quickly cuts the celebration short, stopping the champions, and telling them in no uncertain terms, that they hired her for a reason - to get them back into fighting shape, and starting right now, that’s exactly what she is going to do. Declaring AMW the greatest tag team champions of all time, the blonde tells them that with her by their side as their new fitness guru - they’ll never be stopped.



Elsewhere, Josh Mathews is with BROCK LESNAR, ahead of tonights main event with Randy Orton later. Mathews asks how much a win tonight would mean over the champion - just nine days away from Cyber Sunday - and Lesnar says it’ll mean plenty. Brock explains that two weeks ago, Orton claimed he’d beaten all the challengers in the Chamber already - which was true. But while he has legit wins over RVD, Batista and London … he’s never truly beaten Lesnar, reminding everyone that it was down to outside interference that Orton beat him at Judgment Day and at the Great American Bash.

With a knowing smile, Brock says that there is no way Orton can beat him one on one - and he intends on proving it tonight … before going to Cyber Sunday and the Elimination Chamber, where Orton cant run or hide - or get any kind of luck or help … and taking the WWE title. Brock goes on to say that while Orton has put guys on the shelf and ended careers, he dares Orton to try and end his, claiming that if Randy tries to punt him, he’ll simply have a sore foot; “go on, Randy. Try me”. Lesnar then challenges Orton to ‘make me eat my words’ goading the WWE Champion, showing plenty of confidence heading into the main event later.



**METALINGUS**

Edge enters the arena, ahead of the semi-main event, with Styles and Heyman shilling his upcoming Summerslam rematch with The Undertaker at Cyber Sunday, remind the fans that they vote for either the winner to be rewarded with a title shot, or the loser to be punished by being barred from a title shot for 12 months. We then see highlights of his brutal assault on Stevie Richards last week, leading to the making of tonight’s match … coming up next.

Commercial Break

Match 4:
Edge vs. Rob Van Dam
Van Dam is the aggressor early on, taking the fight to Edge - trying to gain a measure of revenge for his former ECW compatriot, Stevie Richards. The fight spills to the outside, where RVD front suplexes Edge over the barrier, then hit’s a spinning leg drop off the apron onto the prone Edge, who is still over the barrier. Van Dam takes the match back inside, scoring a few near falls, with Edge trying to create some distance to catch his breath. He backs into the corner, begging off - but lures RVD in, and yanks him into the top turnbuckle!! From here, Edge takes charge, hammering Van Dam, looking to wear him down, scoring a succession of near falls, but is unable to put Van Dam away.

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Edge has an Irish whip reversed, and is sent into the corner, with RVD looking for a Monkey Flip, but Edge counters, turning it over, and placing Van Dam onto the top rope - and nails him with a right hand. RVD tumbles off, and lands on the apron, with Edge trying to suplex him back in - but RVD blocks it, and drops Edge onto the top rope, then springs off the ropes, hitting Edge with a flying side kick. RVD score a two, then looks to hit the Rolling Thunder - but Edge rolls out of the way!!! Edge then sets himself, going behind, and hit’s the Buzz Killer, hooking the leg, 1...2...KICK OUT!!! Edge shoves RVD into the corner, and opens up with forearms to the jaw of his opponent, shooting him out of the corner, off the ropes, knocking him back down with a dropkick, and another near fall.

On the mat, Edge hammers Van Dam, smashing the back of his head off the canvas, before pulling him back up, shooting him off the ropes, ducking down for the return, but RVD rolls off the back, and delivers his step over kick to the Rated ‘R’ Superstar!!! After a near fall, RVD shoots Edge back to the corner and this time DOES succeed in hitting the Monkey Flip … then jumps up top for the FIVE STAR … BUT EDGE KICKS THE REFEREE … INTO THE ROPES … AND RVD CROTCHES HIMSELF!!! Van Dam winces in pain, as Edge slowly climbs back up, and meets RVD up top - looking for a superplex … but RVD fights it, battling back, with both men in perilous positions, trading blows up top … UNTIL BOTH TEETER … AND BOTH MEN TUMBLE OFF - TO THE FLOOR!!!!! Both men are down on the outside, as the show goes to another commercial…

Commercial Break

And, we return with Edge in control, getting heat from the fans, as we see that during the commercial, he caught RVD with a drop toe hold on the steps. Edge is in the middle of a vociferous beat down, and looks to have sufficiently weakened RVD as he now lines up a SPEAR … BUT RVD AVOIDS IT!!! Edge comes back off the ropes, but right into a spin kick from Van Dam!!! He follows with Rolling Thunder for a two count, and then looks for the split legged moonsault … BUT EDGE GETS HIS KNEES UP!!!!! RVD is in pain, and Edge tries to take advantage, rolling Van Dam up … AND GRABBING TIGHTS … 1...2...NO!!! Both men get up, but Edge strikes first, hitting RVD with a clothesline, and drops a leg, 1...2...NO!!! Edge pounds the mat, trying to hold back his anger, before dragging RVD up, looking to hit the Edgecution … BUT RVD SPINS OUT, rushing off the ropes … BUT RUNS RIGHT INTO A BIG BOOT FROM EDGE … 1...2...KICK OUT!!!

Now, Edge again sets himself for the Spear … waiting for RVD to get up again, willing the former WWE Champion up … AND GOES FOR IT … BUT RVD AVOIDS IT AGAIN!!!!! Edge runs into the corner, and staggers out, with RVD springing off the ropes, looking for a reverse kick … BUT EDGE DUCKS … AND RVD NAILS THE REFEREE!!! Van Dam realises the mistake, and has taken his eye off the ball with Edge - SCORING WITH A LOW BLOW!!!!! The Rated ‘R’ Superstar smirks, capitalising on the opening, before taking his spot, and setting Van Dam up for a Spear … but before he can go for it …

THE LIGHTS GO OUT!!!

And then the lights come back on after over ten seconds, with Edge on edge, eyes darting all over the place, looking for The Deadman … but instead, all he gets is a jumping spin kick from Rob Van Dam!!!! RVD, just about recovered from the low blow, knocks Edge down, and hops up top, setting himself, and nodding toward the fans … FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH CONNECTS!!!!! The fans pop, as RVD momentarily sells the impact on himself, before rolling onto Edge for the cover, with the referee slowly coming around after the earlier accidental kick, and makes a slow agonizing count … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Rob Van Dam @ 16:28

Thanks to a timely distraction from The Undertaker, RVD beats Edge to increase his momentum heading into Cyber Sunday and the Elimination Chamber!!! He leaves the ring soon after having his hand raised, happy with the win in a spectacular match, and leaves up the ramp, as Edge slowly recovers, sitting up in the ring.

Eventually - seething with rage - Edge pulls himself to his feet, calling out for The Undertaker, shouting as he looks around the arena “SHOW YOUR FACE, DEADMAN!! SHOW YOURSELF - COWARD!!” tugging at his hair, absolutely brimming with anger, boiling over at the screw job…

AND THE LIGHTS GO OUT!!!

Then back on … AND THE UNDERTAKER IS FACE TO FACE WITH EDGE - and grips him - CHOKESLAM!!!!! Immediately, The Undertaker pulls Edge back to his feet, scooping him up … AND DRILLS HIM WITH A TOMBSTONE!!!!!

In emphatic fashion, The Undertaker sends a message to Edge, as his eerie music fills the arena, the lights dim to blue, with The Phenom on one knee, peering over at his Summerslam conqueror with the rematch coming in nine days, as we fade out.

Commercial Break

A video package airs, hyping the return of MNM; MERCURY, NITRO AND MELINA, off the back of being banished from Raw, they have been signed by Arn Anderson … COMING TO SMACKDOWN - SOON!!!



In another pre-taped video, SONJAY DUTT and DAIVARI together state their plea to be voted as the challenger to the Cruiserweight title. Dutt introduces himself to the Smackdown audience, telling them unless you watch Superstars you wouldn’t know him - but he’s the Cruiserweight divisions best kept secret, and a vote for him is a vote for change … whilst Daivari conducts his plea in Farsi … which wont go down well. The two then come together, stating that provided you vote for one of them - your vote WONT be wasted at Cyber Sunday.



Backstage, we see PAUL LONDON, just out of the shower, towel wrapped around his waist … and sees THE BRIAN KENDRICK standing, waiting for him. While Kendrick smiles, London simply rolls his eyes. TBK talks as if they’re still buddies, congratulating London on his win tonight, “it‘s nice to see you plugging away, trying to be as successful as I am”, then says he hopes London does well in the Chamber at Cyber Sunday, “even though I should be in there, but no need to thank me for giving you my spot”. London cuts Kendrick off, wanting the egotist to get to the point, with Kendrick taken aback by the hostile attitude of London, telling his former partner that “jealousy isn’t healthy”, before finally getting to the point, and reminds London that in three days time, he officially overtakes London as the longest reigning Cruiserweight champion ever.

Sarcastically, London congratulates TBK, with Kendrick putting an arm around London, telling him he knows Paul is jealous, “but please, try and be happy for me”, inviting London to a celebration next week on Smackdown. Again, London replies sarcastically, telling Kendrick “I wouldn’t miss it for the world”, but TBK doesn’t spot the sarcasm, and says he’s really pleased that London can put the bitterness behind him. Kendrick then says London can take some inspiration from TBKs run as CW Champ, and aspire to be as good one day … unless Kendrick takes his U.S Title before he can accomplish true greatness. TBK winks at London as he leaves the locker room, with the Golden Boy simply shaking his head.



Back at ringside, Heyman and Styles recap the nights events thus far, with John Cena in attendance, and two title matches - with London and AMW retaining their titles respectively; albeit with help for AMW. They then move on the Edge-RVD match, where The Undertakers influence saw RVD win, giving Van Dam a huge boost heading into Cyber Sunday & the barbaric Elimination Chamber. They talk about the fans having the chance to give one man the ultimate advantage to enter last - informing the audience once again that in five Chamber matches, two of the winners were the final entrant … then, they throw to a video of last years Elimination Chamber, in which RVD was victorious …

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~ ELIMINATION CHAMBER REWIND ~
2006; FIVE STAR CHAMBER
Despite seeing off the vile Paul Heyman as GM at Survivor Series, Heyman would try to have the last laugh and book RVD in an Elimination Chamber match at Armageddon before losing his position as GM. With a stellar line up which saw four former WWE and World Champions; The Undertaker, Kane, Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle, plus the hungry Batista lining up to take the title, RVD was up against it. As the fifth entrant, Van Dam had a slight advantage, and was able to survive against the bigger men, and also see off the challenges of Jericho and a rejuvenated Kurt Angle, beating Angle in the final two with a Five Star Frog Splash off the top of one of the Chamber pods.
***



**MAN WITH A PLAN**

Back in the arena, The Brian Kendrick makes his way out - not scheduled for a match - with Styles and Heyman both unsure as to why he’s out here, before hyping his title match at Cyber Sunday, then telling us we’ll find out what TBK has to say … NEXT.

Commercial Break

The show returns with the cocky Cruiserweight Champion in the ring, and he initially talks about Cyber Sunday, claiming that what’s happening isn’t fair … but while the fans think he means it’s unfair that he wont have time to prepare for his opponent … he actually goes on to explain it’s unfair that the fans don’t have a genuine challenger to choose for him. Kendrick continues to run down the Cruiserweight division, saying they’d be better off combining the rest of the divisions talents together in order to put up a challenge to him, again noting that in three days he‘ll officially becoming the longest reigning Cruiserweight champion ever.

Kendrick then stops, looking to the skybox high above, and points, giving a shout out to John Cena. Cena gives a sarcastic wave to TBK, with Kendrick doing a little bit of ass kissing, talking about how great a coup it would be for Arn Anderson to get John Cena on Smackdown, but soon turns on Cena … “great, another talentless waste of space to add to the pile … but at least you‘re not a cruiserweight.”

The fans boo, whilst Cena raises his eyebrows in surprise. Kendrick continues to bad mouth Cena, saying he thinks he can come to Smackdown for an easy ride - but it’s not. Kendrick goes on to tell Cena it’s not that he cant cut it on Raw anymore … he cant cut it anymore - period. Laughing, Kendrick tells Cena he should give up on wrestling - but doesn’t advise that he go into the music industry full time - “I heard your rap album, and the boys say it was more painful than the STFU.”

Kendrick laughs at his own joke, and tries to offer some more advice, saying that Cena “flopped as a rapper, sucks as a wrestler … how about acting?? Oh yeah … ‘The Marine’ … sorry. That- that’s not me apologising to you, that’s me apologising to the people that watched it - for you.” In the skybox, Cena is seen getting angrier by the second, turning to his company and asking “Is this guy for real??”. In the ring, TBK then says Cena could take up stand up comedy as a profession, saying he could “just throw on a DVD of your greatest matches - it had me in stitches”.

In the skybox, Cena shakes his head, getting extremely riled up at this point, but Kendrick is far from done, saying if the comedy doesn’t work, he could try tap dancing … “y‘know … TAP dancing … tap, tap, tap, tap, tap. I heard you‘re good at the old tap, tap, tap, tap, tapping” … which is enough for Cena, who stands up in the sky box, pointing down at Kendrick, mouthing, “Imma come down there and tap all over your face”. In the ring, Kendrick laughs, challenging Cena to “come on down”, before telling Cena “I‘ve about a dozen submissions I‘d like to test on you … I need to know which ones wont work, I know you‘ll tap if they do”.

Cena gets out of the sky box, and makes his down to the ring through the crowd, with Kendrick taking off his jacket, throwing his belt to the outside, whilst Styles and Heyman discuss Kendrick being crazy by inviting Cena to the ring for a fight … with Cena hopping over the barrier, and slides into the ring, across from Kendrick, who suddenly looks more anxious … UNTIL MISTER KENNEDY … AND THE MIZ SLIDE INTO THE RING TOO!!! It’s ALL been a set up, and it’s 3 on 1, with Cena having nowhere to run or hide … so tries to take on all three men!!!

Cena knocks down Miz first, then Kendrick, before beating Kennedy to the punch, beating him into the corner, but Miz and Kendrick are up, with Cena trying to fight them off, but with Kennedy joining in, it’s too much for Cena to take and the three men hammer him relentlessly, putting him on the canvas, stomping him down, pounding his back, with Kennedy now directing traffic, telling the two men to bring him up … but as they do … CENA FIGHTS BACK!!! Cena punches Kendrick, then cracks Miz, before ramming both mens heads together - BUT KENNEDY BOOTS HIM IN THE GUT!!!!

Kennedy gets Cena up, shooting him into the ropes … BUT CENA LEAPS FORWARD - KNOCKING KENNEDY DOWN WITH A FLYING SHOULDER TACKLE!!!!! Cena wills Kennedy up, getting him into position for the FU … BUT MIZ PULLS HIM DOWN!!! Miz saves Kennedy, and Kendrick clips the back of Cenas leg, taking him down!!! Again, it’s a 3 on 1 assault, with the three men putting the boots to Cena, with Kennedy having him set up in the corner … AND DELIVERS THE FACE WASH!!!!!

Cena is motionless in the corner, and Kennedy instructs Kendrick to hit Sliced Bread, with Miz gleefully jumping up and down excitedly, but as Kendrick gets Cena into position … JAMIE NOBLE AND LOS LATINOS HIT THE RING TO MAKE THE SAVE!!!!! Cena fights free from Kendrick, and tackles Kennedy down, as Noble, Chavo and Super Crazy help him out, with the odds now 4-3 as the heels face the numbers game - and they don’t like it!!! Cena sends Kennedy off the ropes, but the loudmouth grabs the ropes, and ducks out, avoiding the wrath of his rival.

In the ring, Los Latinos grab The Miz, and together they throw the annoying reality TV star over the top to join Kennedy!!!!! That then … leaves Kendrick. With a scared smile on his face TBK pleads innocence, hoping to avoid a beating from the four men … but he wont get away with it. Kennedy and Miz wave it off, leaving Kendrick to fend for himself - despite being angry at their attack failing - as Noble stops Kendrick from running, throwing the CW champ to Cena … who throws the cocky Kendrick up onto his shoulders … AND HIT’S THE FU!!!!!

Kendrick pays for his trash talk, and Noble, Chavo & Crazy all get a few words in on the laid out champ, before Cena gives the three men a thank you for saving him, as he shouts to the fans off mic “get voting for any of these three guys!!”, raising each mans hand individually, before turning his own attention to Kennedy and Miz who stand at the top of the ramp - invading from Raw to try and ambush Cena, but failing - and mockingly, Cena salutes the pair, shouting to them “better luck next time, boys”, as he stands tall with Noble & Los Latinos as we fade out…

Commercial Break

Another pre-tape video airs, with KID KASH giving his reasons for a shot at Kendrick, with the weak opinion that “third time‘s a charm”, and after losing to Kendrick twice already, he wont slip up a third time.



Back in the arena, during the entrances for the next match, both competitors have insets, claiming why the fans should vote for them to get the title shot at Cyber Sunday, with EVAN BOURNE telling the fans that unlike almost everyone else - he has yet to get a shot at Kendricks title, and promises that if he does, he wont let them down, and will walk out Cruiserweight Champion.

Then, ELIX SKIPPER spends his time saying how superior he is; he has experience, skill, smartness … but not the CW title, but if given the chance … he will.

Match 5:
Evan Bourne vs. Elix Skipper
It’s a short match between two men involved in the voting for the Cruiserweight title match at Cyber Sunday, with Styles and Heyman talking about their series of matches in mid summer on Superstars. The match doesn’t really get going, until it comes to a rather inauspicious halt…

**X-FACTOR**

Walking out to little fanfare, X-Pac - with a mic in hand - tells Bourne and Skipper that they may as well pack up their things now - he has just signed a Smackdown contract to leave Raw, and he’s straight into the mix for the title shot at Cyber Sunday, turning his attention to the fans, and telling them he wont give them a laundry list of reasons to vote for him - if they’re smarter than they look (boos) they’ll vote for him to beat Kendrick at Cyber Sunday. The veteran then gives a crotch chop toward the ring, as Skipper looks to take advantage of Bourne, with a sneaky roll up … but Bourne rolls through … 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Evan Bourne @ 02:44

Bourne scores a quick win in a match seemingly designed to introduce X-Pac to Smackdown. He fights off an angry Skipper after the match, throwing him out of the ring, and then has his arm raised in the ring, before motioning to the fans to vote for him to get the title shot at Cyber Sunday.

Commercial Break

** VIDEO PACKAGE **

Flashing shots of the General Managers, Commissioners and Presidents that have ruled the WWE over the last two decades; Jack Tunney, Gorilla Monsoon, Roddy Piper, Sgt. Slaughter, Shawn Michaels, Shane McMahon, Mick Foley, William Regal, Ric Flair.

Narrator: For decades, the biggest decisions and the biggest matches have come from directors of authority.

Shots of Mr. McMahon, Eric Bischoff, Stephanie McMahon, Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Paul Heyman, Hulk Hogan, Ricky Steamboat, Arn Anderson and Jesse Ventura.

Narrator: Some have embraced the position to make decisions for the good of the fans.

Clips of Foley during his run as Commissioner in 2000, with lots of thumbs up.

Narrator: But others have abused it for their own nasty agendas.

Shot of Vince McMahon screwing Stone Cold, and escaping with the title belt in 1998.

Narrator: For three hundred and sixty four days of the year, the superstars of Raw and Smackdown have their fates determined by these supervisory rulers.

Shots of the biggest names; Christian, Randy Orton, Kurt Angle, Paul London and John Cena.

Narrator: But on one day of the year … the control is taken OUT of their hands …

Shots of Eric Bischoff reacting with disgust at something.

Narrator: … And into YOURS!!

Clips of rowdy fans.

Narrator: For one night only - YOU are in charge - YOU make the calls - YOU decide the fates of your favourite WWE Superstars.

Cut to shots of Brock Lesnar, Rey Mysterio, Brent Albright, Mr. Kennedy and The Undertaker.

Narrator: For one night only, their fate is in YOUR hands.

And a final shot, of a finger clicking a computer mouse, and a dark screen


BANNER CREDIT; KING.

WWE CYBER SUNDAY | SEPTEMBER 17 | DALLAS TX
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
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We return, backstage with Kristal Marshall, set to interview Randy Orton. She goes back to Brock Lesnars interview earlier, bringing up Lesnars point that Orton has never beaten him on his own - but Orton blows it off. He tells Kristal that there are no asterisks in the record books - they simply say that Orton won each and every time he has put the title on the line against Brock Lesnar. “But leaving that aside, tonight, we‘ll put that debate to bed, when I beat Lesnar in the middle of that ring”.

Orton takes the chance to get digs in on Jericho and Flair, talking about the careers he has ended, and claims that if Lesnar wants to join them on the scrapheap - Orton will be more than willing to put him there. Once again, Randy reiterates that he’s already beaten Batista, RVD and London, while two months ago Cade was his sidekick - rendering the Elimination Chamber both pointless and unfair to him, stating that in his time away, nothing changed about Arn Anderson … but just like before, he’ll leave Double A red faced at Cyber Sunday by walking out still WWE Champion.



Back in the skybox, Arn Anderson joins Cena for the main event, apologising profusely for Kendricks earlier stunt - telling Cena he had no idea Kennedy or Miz were in the building and letting Cena know he has not been - nor will be - contacting either man about jumping to Smackdown, claiming he has enough trouble makers on his show as it is. Double A then tries to see if Cena is any closer to making a decision about his future … to which Cena is hesitant, before finally telling Double A he still isn’t sure, but will make his final decision - at Cyber Sunday…

Commercial Break

Main Event | NON-TITLE MATCH:
Randy Orton vs. Brock Lesnar
After Lesnar dominates the very early going with his power advantage, Orton takes full control by clipping the back of Lesnars knee. The rest of the first half of the match is full of knee and leg work by Orton on the Iron Man - typical heel shenanigans, using the ropes for leverage on the body part, wrapping the leg around the post, and he even applies the timeless figure four around the post. Lesnar is in a bad way, with the strain showing on his face, but the former champion is able to turn the tide, as he uses his incredible leg power - with Orton threatening to wrap the leg around the post again, Lesnar pulls his leg back, sending Orton hurtling forward, crashing his face off the steel post!!! That counter gives Lesnar breathing space, and a chance to get to his feet to shake his leg loose and get the blood flowing again, as the show heads to the final commercial of the night.

Commercial Break

And, back from the break Lesnar is now in charge, hammering Orton on the outside, continuously ramming him into the steel post back first. Mercifully, he brings the action back into the ring, lighting Orton up with a series of Belly to Bellies, throwing the champion around like a rag doll!!! Orton retreats into the corner, but is given no time to recover, as Lesnar steams in all guns blazing with a running high knee to the champion!!! Orton staggers out of the corner, allowing Lesnar to line his shot up - and nails Randy with a clothesline!!! Orton tries to escape by crawling from the ring, but Lesnar stops him, dragging him back inside and drops an elbow to the back of the champion!!! Brock turns him over, and drops a knee, then goes for a cover, 1...2...NO!!! Lesnar shoots Orton into the corner, looking for another running high knee … BUT THIS TIME ORTON GETS A FOOT UP, AND FOLLOWS UP WITH THE MODIFIED BACKBREAKER … 1...2...NO!!!!!

Randy gets a way back in, and quickly applies the chinlock to wear Brock down … but Lesnar soon pushes back to his feet!!!!! Carrying Orton around the ring on his back, Lesnar shows his unreal strength, before flipping Orton over, slamming the champion onto the mat!!!!! Orton again retreats to the corner, with Lesnar brutalising the champion in the corner with punches, kicks and knees, before dragging him out, and off the ropes, smashing Randy WITH A SCOOP POWERSLAM!!! He covers, 1...2...KICK OUT!!! Orton sits up, trying to get away from Brock again, but Lesnar steps on the champs back to stop him, enjoying the dominance he has over Orton, then drags Randy back to his feet, and off the ropes again, pushing him up on the return for the MILITARY PRESS … BUT ORTON SLIPS OFF THE BACK … AND LOOKS FOR AN RKO … BUT LESNAR THROWS RANDY TO THE CANVAS!!!!!

Orton rolls away … and out of the ring - WAVING THE MATCH OFF!!!!! He looks to grab the title belt and walk out … but Lesnar shakes his head, with other ideas, and slides out at the opposite side of the ring, meeting Orton at the ramp side - TURNING ORTON INSIDE OUT WITH A CLOTHESLINE!!!!! Orton simply doesn’t have an answer for Lesnar at this point, with Brock chucking the champion back into the ring, and follows in … stalking Orton - who is on his hands and knees - THEN STICKS HIS BOOT THROUGH HIS FACE!!!!! Orton slowly gets back to his feet, in complete disarray … and right into the path of his waiting opponent - AND UP FOR THE F5 … BUT ORTON RAKES THE EYES TO AVOID IT!!!! He slips off Lesnars back, and tries to throw Lesnar out of the ring, but Brock DOES go over, but he lands ON HIS FEET!!! He trips Ortons leg, and drags him by the legs OUTSIDE … smashing him onto the floor!!!

{/OVERRUN}

Brock stomps Ortons prone body, then smashes the champions face off the announce table, before throwing him back into the ring. As he gets back on the apron himself though, ORTON POUNCES WITH A DROPKICK TO THE LEGS!!!!! Lesnar lands in a bad spot, giving Orton a chance to hit the HANGMANS DDT!!!!! Orton covers, 1...2...KICK OUT!!! With his eyes widening in shock, Orton starts to pound the mat, peering ominously over at his opponent!!! He starts to rise, and backs into the corner, setting himself for the heinous PUNT KICK!!! Desperately, the official tries to talk him out of it, but Orton is ‘in the zone’ at this point … AND SHOVES THE OFFICIAL AWAY … setting himself … with Lesnar on his knees … BUT BROCK THEN SHOOTS UP, MEETING ORTON COMING IN WITH AN ALMIGHTY SPINEBUSTER!!!!! Orton is crushed on the canvas, and Lesnar pulls him right back up, throwing the champion on his shoulders, taking his time, savouring the moment … F5!!!!!!!! He covers, 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Brock Lesnar @ 12:10

Lesnar beats The Champ!!!!! We get a quick glimpse of John Cena for one last time, nodding in approval from the sky box, before cutting back to the ring. The question is raised on commentary; perhaps Orton really CANT defeat Lesnar without assistance!? The Iron Man wins in emphatic fashion, and points to the title belt on the outside - dropped earlier by Orton - and after having his hand raised, he jumps out of the ring, grabbing the championship, and bringing it back in.

Brock stands over Orton, taking a long hard look at the title which has eluded him for the last 18 months … then looks up to the audience, raising the title, placing a boot on the torso of the champion, sending a clear and succinct message - he expects to be crowned champion in nine days time - whilst Styles declares that after tonight it’s obvious; “Lesnar has Ortons number!!”

END OF SHOW


*****

Official Card for WWE Cyber Sunday:
Date: 16th September 2007
Location: American Airlines Centre, Dallas, Texas
Event Music: Foo Fighters, The Pretender

WWE Championship;
!!ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH!!
Randy Orton vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Batista vs. Garrison Cade vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Paul London
~ Choose the sixth and final entrant ~

World Heavyweight Championship Match;
~ CHOOSE THE SPECIAL GUEST REFEREE ~
Christian vs. Kurt Angle
~ Mr. Kennedy OR Rey Mysterio OR Eric Bischoff ~

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match:
The Brian Kendrick vs. Jamie Noble OR Super Crazy OR Chavo Guerrero OR Evan Bourne OR Kid Kash OR Sonjay Dutt OR Daivari OR Elix Skipper OR X-Pac

Intercontinental Championship Match:
William Regal vs. Ken Doane OR CM Punk OR Greg Helms OR Paul Burchill OR The Miz OR Cody Rhodes OR Charlie Haas OR The 2007 King of the Ring; Brent Albright

All … or Nothing??
Edge vs. The Undertaker
~ Winner faces WWE Champion @ Smackdown Season Premiere OR Loser is forbidden a title shot for twelve months ~

Grudge Match:
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga
~ Samoan Strap Match OR Ambulance Match OR Stretcher Match ~

~ AND, WILL JOHN CENA SIGN FOR SMACKDOWN?? ~

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Good show building up to Cyber Sunday...and I'm really liking the mix of talent you have on this roster. The cruiserweight division itself looks extremely solid, a mix of the cruiserweight division from this time period and the x-division, which carried TNA.

So many possible choices at Cyber Sunday, I would love to see Elix Skipper get a shot, but seeing his match on SD that seems unlikely. I look forward to reading that PPV, especially the EC & WHC.
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Batista vs. Garrison Cade: I think the finish for this match was perfect, I wouldn't of liked seeing one of these guys going over before the pay-per-view, I think the momentum should really be kept balanced for the whole Elimination Chamber match.

I like that Nick Nemeth looks to be getting ready for a push through his "observation of the competition."

Paul London vs. M.V.P: Well if I can't have Finlay vs. Regal, at least hopefully we'll get to see some Finlay action at the PPV. :P Good match here, I'd be upset if MVP lost here if it wasn't for the fact that Paul London is main eventing at Cyber Sunday and needs to be kept looking strong as an underdog.

Americas Most Wanted vs. The Caribbean Connection: I like the direction this feud is going. I feel that this is the way that this feud should continue until we get a pay-per-view rematch out of them, though I'm sure it'd be a disappointing match due to America's Most Wanted being in poor shape, which makes me not really look forward to it. xD

SUPER CRAZY!!!

Fitness guru eh? Michelle McCool? Should be interesting to see where this goes...

I'm guessing Randy Orton is going to have something up his sleeve to take out Lesnar, but I wonder if it'll work.

Edge vs. Rob Van Dam: Yay! Edge loses! Great way to keep RVD strong going into Cyber Sunday while not making Edge look terrible by having Undertaker's lighting interference playing a role in the finish. The irony though is RVD will probably be losing the Elimination Chamber while Edge is probably going to win his match against the Undertaker. I didn't really think the aftermath was necessary here with Undertaker taking out Edge, but at least Taker is making an appearance.

Hmm, hinting at TBK vs. Paul London picking up sometime soon?

Brian Kendrick Promo: Good stuff here. I loved this set up by Kendrick, really I want to see more Kendrick now more than any of the other guys involved in this segment. I want Super Crazy vs. Brian Kendrick!!!

Evan Bourne vs. Elix Skipper: This match felt somewhat unnecessary and X-Pac jumping over really doesn't feel like a big to do. Double A! Why did you waste your choice on Kid?

Randy Orton vs. Brock Lesnar: I was shocked that Orton didn't find a way to sneak by with the victory here. It felt kind of off to see the champion lose before Cyber Sunday, but it gets a point across, sadly that point doesn't really seem to matter due to their match being a 6-way.

Overall a solid show, I disagreed with some of the booking decisions, but other stuff I really liked. This show definitely got me interested in your use of Brian Kendrick from now on.
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WEEKEND NEWSWIRE:

Backstage, there have been suggestions of having Eric Bischoff enforce a ban on interference in matches on Raw for a sustained period of time. The belief is that in recent times, there have been simply too many run ins and pre/post match attacks, watering down the impact of each and every run in that comes after it, and a ban on run ins could help to force the writing team to come up with other ways of furthering certain angles.

Ric Flair was backstage at both Raw and Smackdown this past week in California, sparking rumours once again that Flair is ready to return to television. Flair had been unable to come to an agreement on how he should be used, leading to the break down of an expected match with Randy Orton at this past years WrestleMania, and although it appeared that both sides had been close to sealing a new agreement over the summer, those talks also appeared to end badly. It is thought now though that with Flair having little time left to end his career on a high note, he will now accept the WWE's terms in order to complete a final run, whether it be one match, or several.

Rumours down in developmental suggest that Nattie Niedhart & TJ Wilson will soon be called up to the main roster to reunite with Harry Smith now that his team with Paul Burchill is over. With no plans to push Smith as a singles star at the current time, it's thought that he will complete his feud with Burchill before moving back into a tag team, and reform the Hart Foundation V2.

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WWE.COM OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

wwe.com can reveal that the Angels of Anarchy; Christopher Daniels & Doug Williams, have been added to the ballot of potential challengers for William Regals Intercontinental Championship at Cyber Sunday, bringing the total number of options to ten. Raw GM Eric Bischoff confirmed the news to wwe.com, stating that although Daniels and Williams have entered the WWE as a team, their impressive performances thus far, coupled with their extensive backgrounds as predominantly singles wrestlers have earned them the opportunity to challenge for the coveted title. Now, the power is in the hands of the fans; will they hand a golden opportunity to either Daniels or Williams??

In other news from Eric Bischoff, the Raw GM, in a move to 'stick it' to Arn Anderson, has signed free agent, Andrew 'Test' Martin to a Raw contract. With Anderson free to negotiate with any member of the Raw roster until this coming Sunday at Cyber Sunday, Bischoff has decided to fight back, and signed Test to a contract, after he had been unofficially part of the Smackdown roster during the World Tour - but upon his return, Arn Anderson decided not to tie down Test to a binding deal.

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Monday Night Raw Preview:

Corpus Christi hosts the first of two big weeks in Texas for the WWE, six days away from the Cyber Sunday PPV in Dallas, and the main event couldn't be any bigger; ten superstars in a 5 on 5 tag team war, with the Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff the man in the middle.

The World Heavyweight Champion Christian, Rey Mysterio, Shawn Michaels, Matt Hardy and John Cena - in what may be his final match on Raw - take on the #1 Contender Kurt Angle, Mr. Kennedy, Umaga, Shelton Benjamin & The Miz. With bad blood boiling between so many men on both sides, and with just six days until Shawn Michaels takes on Umaga and Christian defends his title against Angle, sparks could and most probably WILL fly in Texas. Can Eric Bischoff keep order, or will the GM prove to be inept, as he attempts to show the fans why they should vote for him to officiate the World Title match this Sunday.

As earlier mentioned, this Monday could be John Cena's final night on Raw. Having announced that he will decide his future at Cyber Sunday, Cena arrives in Corpus Christi still in limbo. Will Eric Bischoff use this final opportunity to make one last push to convince Cena to remain a member of the Raw roster?? Or will Cena be pushed further into the path of Friday Night Smackdown??

Plus, another ten man match has been signed for this Monday; a ten man battle royal. All ten potential challengers for William Regals Intercontinental title this coming Sunday at Cyber Sunday will compete, meaning partners will be forced to go toe to toe with one another, as three tag teams will be part of the voting. While victory will not guarantee a shot at Regal on Sunday, it will surely help make the minds up of many uncertain fans. Which of the ten superstars will put their name in the forefront of the fans minds??

While both men will be part of the ten man battle royal, Cody Rhodes and Ken Doane will also meet on Raw in one on one action - pulling double duty, as will Miz who partakes in both the battle royal and the main event. After last weeks attack on Doane backstage by the Rhodes Brothers, 'The Future' has requested this match on Raw, looking to gain a measure of revenge on the younger Rhodes.

And, after her return to action last week was ruined by Beth Phoenix, Mickie James will look to return to action on Raw, in her first match since Summerslam. Can Mickie begin to gain some momentum as she surely eyes a rematch for the title she lost in London last month??

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Monday Night Raw | September 10 2007 | Corpus Christi TX



Highlights initially air of last weeks shocking announcement from Stephanie McMahon that Triple H had called time on his career - before an untimely interruption from Mister Kennedy, mocking The Game and creeping on Stephanie.

Opening Video

Pyro

The show kicks off right away with introductions taking place for the battle royal between the ten possible contenders for this Sundays Intercontinental Championship, and J.R introduces William Regal, joining Ross & Coach on commentary for the match.

Match 1 | 10 MAN BATTLE ROYAL:
Ken Doane vs. CM Punk vs. Greg Helms vs. Paul Burchill w/Katie Lea vs. Christopher Daniels vs. Doug Williams vs. The Miz vs. Cody Rhodes w/Dustin Rhodes vs. Charlie Haas vs. ‘The 2007 King of the Ring’ Brent Albright
Before anything else can happen … MIZ ELIMINATES HIMSELF!!!! He explains to the camera as he walks up the ramp, saying he is in the main event tonight, and needs to focus his priorities.

01) The Miz by himself @ 00:05

Down to nine instantly and with three tag teams involved, it’s a very different battle royal than you’d expect in the early going, with the teams sticking as units, helping each other out, which doesn’t bode well for the remaining three men, as Albright and Haas gang up on young Ken Doane, making ‘The Future’ the first man to get thrown out, unable to fight off the Master Craftsmen.

02) Ken Doane by The Master Craftsmen @ 03:34

Next to go it seems to be Cody Rhodes, with the brash youngster having a good time laughing at Doanes misfortune … only to get dumped over the top by Punk, but thanks to the quick thinking of Dustin on the outside, he stops Codys feet from hitting the floor. The Angels of Anarchy then look to finish him off, but Cody finds himself with an unlikely ally in Burchill, who saves the jerk, seemingly wanting to ‘buddy up’ with Rhodes. Straight Edge and the Craftsmen continue to battle, whilst on the other side of the ring Cody cant help himself and screws over Burchill, costing the Brit his spot in the match, dropkicking him from behind, sending Burchill tumbling over - and out!!!

03) Burchill by Cody Rhodes @ 05:58

The Englishman is fuming over the screw job, pounding the canvas, having to be led away by Katie Lea!!! Rhodes looks set to be toast this time though, as Daniels and Williams attempt to throw him over … BUT ALBRIGHT AND HAAS QUICKLY DUMP THE ANGELS OF ANARCHY OUT FROM BEHIND!!!!!

04 & 05) Christopher Daniels & Doug Williams by The Master Craftsmen @ 06:22

Williams and Daniels are both in a state of shock after the elimination, with Albright and Haas having a good chuckle at their opportunistic elimination. Once again, Cody survives, as we cut to commercial with five men remaining in the match, and a stand off…

Commercial Break

And the show returns, with clips from during the commercial with Dustin Rhodes saving his brother again, crouching on the floor to give Rhodes a platform for his feet to prevent them hitting the floor. As we return live, it’s a case of everyman for himself, as Punk and Haas pair off, Albright & Helms … and Cody all alone, watching the other four beating each other up!!! That doesn’t last too long though, and soon the other four momentarily come together, not wanting Cody to get a free ride, with a 4 on 1 attack ensuing. Cody Rhodes is thrown over by Albright, with Dustin on hand to try and help his brother, hoisting him up, helping Cody to remain on the apron … but as Cody gets back into the ring, PUNK CLOTHESLINES HIM RIGHT BACK OVER … WHILST HELMS BASEBALL SLIDES DUSTIN - AND CODY IS GONE!!!!!

06) Cody Rhodes by CM Punk @ 11:29

It’s down to four - Straight Edge & The Master Craftsmen. The two teams pair off, with Punk taking on Albright and Helms with Haas, with a number of near misses for all four men - but all survive … as they eventually converge together, into a proper 2 on 2 fight, with Punk and Helms getting the better of the Craftsmen, knocking Albright down, and setting up Haas for the double Shining Wizard … but Brent cuts Helms off … AND RUNS HIM OVER THE TOP ROPE!!!

07) Greg Helms by Brent Albright @ 13:13

And, with Punk in a state of shock, Haas leaps back up, trying to take advantage and throw the other tag champ out … but Punk reverses the momentum, SENDING HAAS OUT INSTEAD!!!!!

08) Charlie Haas by CM Punk @ 13:20

And in a flash, it’s down to two!!! On commentary, J.R salivates at the prospect of either man being voted to face Regal at Cyber Sunday, with Regal also sounding excited about facing either talent. The two men wage war, hammering one another with stiff forearms, getting a ‘BOO’ … ‘YEA’ reaction from the fans … but it’s the aggression of Punk that wins out, and he repeatedly nails Albright, backing him into the ropes, stepping back, looking to clothesline the Ace of Spades out … BUT ALBRIGHT BACK BODY DROPS PUNK OVER … ONLY ONTO THE APRON!!!!!

Punk fights Albright off after teetering, and springs off the ropes, back in, knocking Brent down with a flying clothesline. Punk now sizes Albright up … measuring him … AND PICKS HIM UP FOR THE PUNK CARD … BUT ALBRIGHT ELBOWS FREE … AND DRILLS PUNK WITH A HALF NELSON SUPLEX!!!!!! Punk is folded up, and surely easy pickings for Brent, who pulls Punk back to his feet, and onto his shoulders, looking to dart Punk out of the ring … but Punk grabs the top rope, with Albrights momentum taking him over the top … AND OUT … AS PUNK HANGS ON {the same finish as the 2000 Royal Rumble, except Punks feet don’t hit the floor too} … AND WINS THE MATCH!!!

09) Brent Albright by CM Punk @ 15:59
Winner: CM Punk @ 15:59

While it doesn’t guarantee a title shot - the choice is the fans to make - Punk makes a huge case for his right to face William Regal at Cyber Sunday, outlasting the other nine men to win a highly competitive battle royal. On the outside, Albright shakes his head, disappointed at being out done by Punk, whilst on commentary, Regal is very complimentary of Punks win, acknowledging the straight edge superstar, who also eyes Regal, nodding respectively at the veteran.

J.R then moves on, shilling the blockbuster 10 man tag main event, salivating at the amount of volatile situations that could explode later … which Eric Bischoff will be officiating, trying to show the fans his skills as a referee ahead of Cyber Sunday.



Backstage, we see Bischoff - already wearing his referee shirt - standing in his office with none other than Andrew Martin, aka TEST. It’s established that after he and Rob Conway failed to win a match as a duo whilst ‘on trial’ over on Smackdown, that Arn Anderson didn’t pick up either man on a contract - but Bischoff has signed Test, and tonight has his Raw debut - NEXT. Test thanks Eric, telling him he wont let him down…

Commercial Break

We return with a video, running down the fan choices for the ‘Grudge Match’ at Cyber Sunday between Shawn Michaels and Umaga, with what each stipulation; Samoan Strap Match, Ambulance Match, Stretcher Match - is all about, the rigours it will take out on the human body, and what type of damage is required to be done to win the match, eerily stating that not only are Michaels and Umagas match at Cyber Sunday in the fans hands … but so are their careers.

Match 2:
Test vs. Colin Delaney
It’s a showcase match for Test against the man who was hired to be John Cenas servant last week, and this week gets a match. Test never looks like slipping up, and takes his time to take the scrawny young Colin Delaney apart, eventually putting the finishing touches on him with a decisive big boot!!! He covers, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Test @ 02:02

Test is victorious on his debut, adding another well known name to the lower midcard of the roster, but as he has his hand raised, the former I.C Champion will surely be aiming to go much further on Raw with this second chance.



Backstage, Matt Striker conducts an interview with Rey Mysterio. Like last week, Rey is questioned on whether he can be an impartial referee toward Kurt Angle if voted for the task this Sunday. After somewhat sidestepping the question last week, Striker presses Rey for a proper answer this week. After a long pause to think of his answer, Rey finally nods, telling Striker that he got his redemption - his revenge - over Angle last week by beating him in their Summerslam rematch, and if selected by the fans on Sunday, he’ll do the right thing and call the match down the middle.

Striker picks up on Mysterios answer, and says to Rey that while he may be finished with Angle - “what if Kurt Angle isn’t finished with you??” Again, Rey looks at Matt, not answering for a moment, then softly replies … “I hope he is, Matt. I hope it‘s over.” Before walking away off the set, ahead of the 10 man tag main event later … featuring - of course - Kurt Angle…



Elsewhere, we see Mickie James making her way backstage, looking pleased, as J.R hypes her return to in ring action - after last weeks match didn’t happen - next.

Commercial Break

**SO FINE**

Making her way to the ring, Mickie James attempts to make her return to action after missing a few weeks after Summer slam … ONLY FOR BETH PHOENIX TO ATTACK HER AGAIN!!!!! Beth Phoenix knocks Mickie down, and sends her tumbling down the aisle. The champion follows down, with the title over her shoulder, and stomps the back of Mickie, then bends to pull her back up BUT MICKIE EXPLODES - AND TACKLES BETH DOWN, WAILING ON THE CHAMPION!!!

It’s exactly as it was last week, but this time, instead of fighting into the crowd, the two divas are broken up at ringside as referees and road agents arrive on the scene, breaking up the melee, pulling the two women apart, as a crazed Mickie James tries kicking out, swinging her legs, dying to get a piece of Beth Phoenix, but the champion is pulled away, by the side of the stage. It appears that ONCE AGAIN, Mickie James return to action is postponed, as a fuming Eric Bischoff steps onto the stage, casting an eye over the chaos - AGAIN - by the two women, shaking his head in anger…



Backstage, Kelly Kelly (who has her hair played with by Kennedy, and looks both creeped out and uncomfortable by it) is with Mr. Kennedy, and questions the brash superstar about what his motives will be if voted by the fans to officiate the World Title match this Sunday. Kennedy scoffs at the question, telling Kelly that he doesn’t care if he’s voted to referee this Sunday - as far as he is concerned, he should be IN the match, and as soon as Cyber Sunday is done with, he intends on being the next challenger - so, if the fans do vote for him, he’ll call it straight down the middle - as long as he is next in line.

Kelly goes on to ask about Kennedys run in on Smackdown last Friday to try and ambush John Cena, and why he’d do it. Laughing, Kennedy says he wanted to show Cena what he’ll be missing when he leaves Raw, going on to claim that he’ll miss kicking Cenas ass on a weekly basis once he packs up … but tonight, he’ll give him a parting gift in the main event. Just then, THE MIZ joins the discussion, patting his mentor on the back, asking Kennedy if he’s ready for their big main event later, as Miz talks about putting his ‘streak’ on the line.

Kelly then takes the opportunity to interrupt, reminding Miz he lost the earlier battle royal. Miz belittles Kelly, patronizing the blonde, informing her that he didn’t lose earlier - he simply didn’t partake in the Battle Royal. Kelly looks disgusted by Miz’s actions toward her, with Kennedy smirking, before telling Miz they have a lot to discuss before later tonight. He and Miz then leave the interview set, with Kennedy creepily winking at Kelly and motioning ‘call me’, before leaving.

Commercial Break

** VIDEO PACKAGE **

Flashing shots of the General Managers, Commissioners and Presidents that have ruled the WWE over the last two decades; Jack Tunney, Gorilla Monsoon, Roddy Piper, Sgt. Slaughter, Shawn Michaels, Shane McMahon, Mick Foley, William Regal, Ric Flair.

Narrator: For decades, the biggest decisions and the biggest matches have come from directors of authority.

Shots of Mr. McMahon, Eric Bischoff, Stephanie McMahon, Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Paul Heyman, Hulk Hogan, Ricky Steamboat, Arn Anderson and Jesse Ventura.

Narrator: Some have embraced the position to make decisions for the good of the fans.

Clips of Foley during his run as Commissioner in 2000, with lots of thumbs up.

Narrator: But others have abused it for their own nasty agendas.

Shot of Vince McMahon screwing Stone Cold, and escaping with the title belt in 1998.

Narrator: For three hundred and sixty four days of the year, the superstars of Raw and Smackdown have their fates determined by these supervisory rulers.

Shots of the biggest names; Christian, Randy Orton, Kurt Angle, Paul London and John Cena.

Narrator: But on one day of the year … the control is taken OUT of their hands …

Shots of Eric Bischoff reacting with disgust at something.

Narrator: … And into YOURS!!

Clips of rowdy fans.

Narrator: For one night only - YOU are in charge - YOU make the calls - YOU decide the fates of your favourite WWE Superstars.

Cut to shots of Brock Lesnar, Rey Mysterio, Brent Albright, Mr. Kennedy and The Undertaker.

Narrator: For one night only, their fate is in YOUR hands.

And a final shot, of a finger clicking a computer mouse, and a dark screen



WWE CYBER SUNDAY | SEPTEMBER 17 | DALLAS TX
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
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Match 3:
The Angels of Anarchy vs. Deuce & Domino
Performing double duty for the night, Daniels and Williams make quick, straightforward work out of the jobber tandem of Raw, and, trying to show that they’re as good as - if not better than - The Master Craftsmen (who beat Deuce & Domino in singles matches last week) they come through the match with minimum fuss, as Daniels finishes Domino with the BME for the 1...2...3!!!
Winners: The Angels of Anarchy @ 03:54

With both men in the running for a shot at William Regal this Sunday, Christopher Daniels & Doug Williams don’t do themselves any harm with an impressive showing - but their focus is clearly on the tag team titles, with three wins as a team in their first month on Raw already.



At ringside, J.R and Coach then go back to the earlier brawl between Mickie James and the Womens Champion, Beth Phoenix - noting specifically the reaction of GM Eric Bischoff to the situation. They then go on to announce that word has come from the office of Eric Bischoff that if Mickie & Beth cant leave each other alone for one night, then he’s going to see to it that they get sick of the sight of each other by putting them in the ring with one another every week for the foreseeable future - announcing a BEST OF FIVE SERIES between the pair for the Womens Championship - starting NEXT WEEK on Raw!!! J.R, ever the traditionalist, sounds excited for the series, while Coach asks if this is a first for the females in the WWE - and he too cannot wait for it … already predicting a 3-0 sweep for Beth.



Backstage, we see the reaction of Beth Phoenix to the announcement as she watches on a monitor, with a sly smirk on her face, relishing the prospect of sharing the ring with Mickie James for at least three more times. Kelly Kelly then catches up with the Womens Champion, asking her for her reaction to the announcement. Beth smiles, stroking the title belt, before telling Kelly that Christmas just came early for her - she now has the chance to humiliate Mickie James not once, not twice, but three times, promising to show the entire world that SHE is the best female wrestler on the planet - NOT Mickie James. Beth then tells Kelly that while Mickie might have a chance against her in a cat fight, when it comes down to competing in the ring - where ring smarts count and not the ability to pull hair - she’s not even in Beth’s league.



Elsewhere, we see JOHN CENA on his way to the ring from the backstage area, with J.R speculating that tonight may be Cenas last on Raw … and he is on his way to the ring … NEXT!!

Commercial Break

**MY TIME IS NOW**

Back from the break, John Cena marches his way to the ring, as J.R and Coach continue to wonder if it will be the last time we see Cena on Raw - with the commentators seeing the situation differently, as Coach cant wait to see Cena leave - and clips play from last Friday on Smackdown, where - as a guest for the night - Cena became embroiled in a fight with The Brian Kendrick, which turned into a set up with Kennedy & Miz showing up - but thanks to Jamie Noble & Los Latinos, the heels were run off.

In the ring, Cena acknowledges some boos from the fans, before telling them that this might be his last night on Raw - to a mixed response - and if it is, he wants to get a few things off his chest first. Firstly, Cena goes along all the Raw personnel he’ll miss, running through the team at ringside, telling Lillian, J.R & Mark Yeaton he’ll miss them - purposefully missing out Coach, to which, Coach mutters on commentary “Good riddance to you too”. After a bit of unfunny material, Cena starts to get serious, saying if it is to be his last night on Raw, he wants to settle an issue once and for all … calling out MISTER KENNEDY!!! Cena waits for a few moments, expecting Kennedy to answer the call out. Time goes on, and, trying to lure the loudmouth out to the ring, Cena starts making couple of digs … but still … no sign of Kennedy.

**I‘M BACK**

{/SECOND HOUR}

Not who Cena wanted to see. Eric Bischoff makes his way down the aisle, as Cena looks out into the crowd, pointing toward the ramp, shaking his head. Eric climbs onto the apron and into the ring, with Cena greeting him with a “Ken Kennedy had a rough weekend, huh??” Bischoff ignores the barb, and asks Cena to simply hear him out, but Cena looks uninterested. Despite that, Eric continues, telling Cena he instructed Kennedy to stay backstage in order to let him talk to Cena. Eric then goes on the offensive, trying to sell the prospect of Cena staying on Raw, telling him that Raw is where Cena belongs. Eric goes on to state that with hard work and the right attitude, Cena will be back challenging for the World Heavyweight Title “in no time” … but that comment doesn’t sit well with Cena.

The former 3x World Champion has a go at Bischoff for it, telling the GM that there is no one that works harder than him, saying he’s bust his ass for Eric - and got nothing in return, except humiliation and embarrassment, reminding Eric that less than a month ago, the GM told Cena he was basically worthless. He then calls Eric out on the ‘right attitude’ comment, telling Bischoff he’s never made any demands, or refused to do anything - within reason - and all he’s ever wanted was a fair shake … but with Bischoff, he has never had it … whereas with Arn Anderson, he knows he will.

Now, Bischoff starts to apologise for “taking Cena for granted”, telling him that he realises now that Cena should be the ‘franchise’ of Raw, and if he sticks around, he promises him a fair shake. Cena though, shakes his head. He tells the GM that as far as he’s concerned it’s a case of “too little … too late”, and that Eric Bischoff is likely to find out the hard way that “you don’t know what you‘ve got till it‘s gone.” Cena offers Eric a handshake, telling the GM “I‘d say it‘s been a pleasure, but unlike you, I aint full of crap”. Cena drops the mic, and salutes the fans, leaving up the ramp, whilst Bischoff looks to be at the end of his tether, desperate not to lose Cena to Smackdown, and shouts to cut the music.

Cena stops, but doesn’t turn at the ramp, as Bischoff - clutching desperately to anything he can to try and keep Cena - pleads with Cena to stay on Raw “or you‘ll regret it for the rest of your life.” Eric then says that Cena can use him as an excuse all he wants, but the fans will only ever assume that if Cena jumps to Smackdown, he’s running away from all his troubles. Bischoff implores Cena to ‘man up’ and fight his battles on Raw, reminding Cena that while Double A can promise him a title shot right off the bat if he wants, he CANT offer Cena the three things he wants more than anything - the chance for retribution against Mister Kennedy, his WrestleMania rematch with Christian, and his chance to recapture the World Heavyweight Title.

Bischoff, looking deadly serious, waits to see a response from Cena, but he simply remains on the ramp, not turning back to look at Eric … and after a pause for a few seconds … he simply continues to walk back up the ramp. In the ring, Bischoff shakes his head - having thought he could sway Cena with that outburst. Now, in a moment of anger, Bischoff gets back on the mic, addressing Cena as he exit’s the stage; “keep walking. Start RUNNING - go ahead, RUN from all your troubles, John. Be the coward I always knew you were!! John Cena, ladies and gentlemen … hustle … loyalty … respect … no guts … full of bull … and fear … ” Bischoff then angrily throws the mic down, and storms out of the ring, having an awful night.

Commercial Break

Match 4:
Harry Smith vs. Monty Brown w/The Brotherhood
Smith, making his first appearance since being brutally attacked by his former tag team partner Burchill two weeks ago is up against it, going out on his own with no one by his side - up against The Brotherhood supporting Monty Brown. Smith is distracted almost from the get go, and Monty takes advantage. Then, any time Smith looks to mount offence, another distraction or piece of interference turns the tables back in Browns favour. With Smith in big trouble - mainly due to the insurmountable odds at ringside - KATIE LEA runs down the aisle to lend her support to her boyfriend, despite what it may do to her step brothers mood.

With Katie getting involved, lending her support, Smith mounts a proper comeback, and looks to have Monty rattled … but just as the tide has turned in the Brits favour … PAUL BURCHILL emerges from behind the curtain, and marches down the ramp with his eyes fixed on Katie Lea at ringside - roughly grabbing her by the arm, and dragging her away from the ring!!!!! The situation distracts the in control Smith, who hears the shouts from Katie, but as he tries to leave the ring to confront Burchill, Theodore Long jumps onto the apron … with Smith just missing a right hand to the manager … but then … GETS NAILED WITH THE POUNCE!!!!! Brown hooks the leg, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Monty Brown @ 05:36

The Brotherhood pick up the win and leave Smith laid out on the canvas, as Katie is pulled away by Burchill, with Smiths girlfriend looking back, with a look of concern for Harry Smith in the ring, whilst The Brotherhood (sans Shelton Benjamin, in the main event later) celebrate Montys win.



Backstage, Cody Rhodes is once again berating his older brother, blaming Dustin for his failure to win the battle royal earlier, before warning Dustin that he wont accept any cock ups when he faces Ken Doane in a few minutes time. Dustin meekly accepts the grilling, telling Cody ‘I’ll do my best’, but Cody shakes his head, giving his brother a look of disdain before telling him ‘do better than that.’ … as we fade out.

Commercial Break

During the entrances for the next match, we see clips of how this match came together last week, with Ken Doane and Cody Rhodes having a confrontation backstage, which led to a 2 on 1 attack on Doane.

Match 5:
Cody Rhodes w/Dustin Rhodes vs. Ken Doane
The two younger stars put on a solid match up, taking the opportunity to show the watching audience what they have to offer in a short period. It’s noted that both are of course two options to vote for at Cyber Sunday for a shot at the Intercontinental title, and just as Doane looks to be getting the better of the action - Dustin Rhodes is called into action. He jumps on the apron - only to be stopped by the official. As Dustin is scolded, Cody exposes a turnbuckle … while Ken Doane eliminates the presence of the former Goldust with a dropkick!!! He gets up, but is stopped immediately by Cody, with Rhodes looking to send Doane into the corner - with his back hitting the exposed turnbuckle!!!

Cody then looks to hit Cross Rhodes … but stops, as the official notices the exposed buckle. Rhodes lets go of Doane, and pleads his innocence with the referee, telling him that the padding must’ve fallen off. On the outside, Dustin is back up, and grabs a chair, sliding it into the ring for Cody to use with the referees back turned - trying to get the padding back on - but it’s Doane that gets the chair, and he kicks Cody away … before smashing him with the chair!!!!! Doane gets rid of the chair, then baseball slides Dustin, before coming back and covering Cody … with the referee getting back into position … 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Ken Doane @ 04:50

Doane uses Codys tactics against him!! The Future picks up a big win … but gets clobbered from behind by Dustin Rhodes!!! No sooner did he have his hand raised, did he get put back down!!! Dustin tries to help Cody up, then grabs Doane … AND HIT’S THE CURTAIN CALL!!!!!

Cody staggers to his feet, holding his head, and leaning up against the ropes, he instructs Dustin to give him his belt. Dustin does as he is told, taking his belt off, but before he can use it - Cody stops him, telling his brother he wants to do it. Dustin hands the belt over … but soon regrets it, as Cody turns his attention from Doane … to his own brother!!!

Dustin steps back, hands up, shaking his head, with Cody berating him for screwing up, motioning the chair was Dustins fault, and tells his brother he needs to pay for his mistake - ORDERING Dustin to take his shirt off. Dustin pleads - but has no joy in changing his brothers mind, and after thinking for a moment, Dustin reluctantly takes his shirt off, and turns … ALLOWING his younger brother to WHIP HIM!!!

Cody doesn’t hold back, mercilessly whipping his older brother, with Dustin wincing, contorting his body as he writhes around, moving around the ring, showing the pain, with Cody ordering him to get on his knees and stay there. Cody forces Dustin onto his knees, standing behind him, winding up for one more big whip to the back - which has already been badly reddened … but a huge cheer ENGULFS the arena …

… AS JERRY LAWLER IS STOOD BEHIND CODY!!!!

Cody doesn’t know it initially, but soon does, as he leans back … ONLY FOR LAWLER TO RIP THE BELT FROM HIS GRASP!!!!! Cody turns, and is met with an instant right hand from the Hall of Famer!!! Rhodes goes down, and sprawls to the corner, retreating from the returning legend, as Lawler follows in, opening up on Cody, blasting him with a series of right hands!!!

Rhodes slumps down in the corner, as The King gets the fans pumping, waving the belt, as if to say it’s Codys turn. Lawler checks on Dustin, trying to help the older Rhodes to his feet. He then points at Cody, getting a huge pop … and looks to whip the youngster … BUT GETS A LOW BLOW FROM DUSTIN!!!!!

Dustin saves his brother yet again!!! Even after the humiliating assault, Dustin continues to defend Cody!!! King drops to his knees, and Cody pulls himself back up - looking suddenly more confident. He rips the belt away, standing over Lawler, talking trash … BUT KEN DOANE EXPLODES OUT OF NOWHERE WITH A CLOTHESLINE TO CODY!!!!!

Doane bounces back up, beating Dustin to the punch, hammering him toward the ropes, and dropkicks Dustin right out of the ring!!! Doane then looks to get another piece of Cody, but the weasel like Rhodes scarpers under the bottom rope - living to fight another day. In the ring, Ken Doane tends to Lawler, whilst the Rhodes Brothers regroup on the ramp - with Dustin incredibly asking Cody if HE is okay, despite being whipped like a government mule. Cody is livid, backing up the ramp, whilst King is helped to his feet, with he and Doane challenging the brothers back to the ring, as we fade out…

Commercial Break

We return, and after a brief recap of the previous segment, J.R & Coach turn their attention to Cyber Sunday and after running down the card, they then focus on the grudge match between Shawn Michaels & Umaga, running down the options to vote for which kind of match they meet in; ambulance, stretcher or strap. They then throw to a video package, highlighting the three matches, with superstars talking about the severity of all three, doing their best to put over what it takes to beat your opponent and what it will take out of both men.



Backstage, we now see Shawn Michaels - to a huge pop from the Texan fans - as we get set for the main event in a few minutes time … but J.R informs the audience that when we return, we’ll hear from the World Heavyweight Champion himself - Christian.

Commercial Break

We return, with Matt Striker standing by with the World Champion. Striker focuses mainly on Cyber Sunday, merely mentioning the upcoming main event on Raw, and asks Christian about Kurt Angle and the challenge he represents - not to mention the added problem of a yet to be determined special guest referee that may have his own agenda.

Christian addresses the guest referee point first, being open and up front in telling Striker he cant control what the referee does - it’s simply up to him to do his job and hope the referee calls the match the right way. He then initially shows respect for Angle, acknowledging Angle as the best technical wrestler on the planet, then going back to the early days when Christian and Angle were associated, making a couple of jokes about them both having more hair back then - but says that times change, and so do people - most of all Kurt Angle.

Captain Charisma talks about how Angle once was a fairly easy going guy - a nerd even - but over the years, he’s become a bitter, narrow minded bully. He brings up Angles recent issues with Rey Mysterio, saying Angle went completely over the line - but adds in a small quip that Angle should think about doing everyone a favour and investing in a mask himself - preferably one that covers his entire face, and doesn’t have a mouth hole.

Christian goes on to predict more bitterness and unhappiness for Angle very soon … by beating him this Sunday at Cyber Sunday. He goes on to make another point about the challengers he‘s overcome already, but tails off … as KURT ANGLE arrives at the set. Angle and Christian come face to face, with Kurt intensely staring down the champion.

Angle shakes his head, telling Christian he isn’t washed up like Triple H was, and says he isn’t like Umaga, he isn’t Mister Kennedy or Shelton Benjamin - “I‘m something they’ll never be. I’ve been world champion before, and I’ve beaten everyone there is to beat. I’M THE WRESTLING MACHINE - I‘M THE REAL FREAKIN DEAL!!” Kurt goes back to Christians earlier points about Angles bitterness, telling Christian his bitter feelings all stem from having his rightful title shot being given to other less deserving people - including Christian himself.

Kurt tells Christian he’s been living in a bubble for far too long, thinking he’s the best there is - “but as long as you hold that belt without beating me - you‘ll never be a champion in my eyes - you‘ll never be the best.” Christian disagrees, firstly telling Angle that the only person living in a bubble is Angle himself, with his narrow minded views, and that he thinks he‘s still the best - despite not holding a world title in nearly two years - which really angers Angle.

Christian then pulls the title belt from his shoulder, matter of factly telling Kurt that he’ll pop his bubble on Sunday - and open Kurts eyes to the fact that he is the best, by beating the Wrestling Machine at his own game … and hopes Angle can live with the truth when it slaps him in the face on Sunday without becoming any more bitter … or deluded. Captain Charisma then leaves, with Angle fuming, chomping at the bit - finally getting a one on one shot this weekend.



Back at the ringside, the introductions begin for the main event, with Eric Bischoff entering first as guest referee, before Kurt Angle leads the way on the heel side, making his entrance first, followed by Shelton Benjamin (joined by Theodore Long), then Kennedy with Miz entering with his mentor. Then, Umaga & AAE make their entrance before cutting to a commercial break…

Commercial Break

The show returns with Matt Hardy already at the bottom of the ramp, with Rey Mysterio on his way down to join him, with Cena out third, and showing no fear of the heels by sliding right into the ring. Hardy and Rey follow, with Bischoff already called into action to keep the two sides apart.

Shawn Michaels entrance brings the house down, getting a typical Texan welcome from the fans, before Christian rounds out the team … and as Captain Charisma hit’s the ring - carnage ensues!!! It’s a wild ten man brawl, with Bischoff in all kinds of trouble trying to restore order before the match can even begin, with the show cutting to another commercial, hoping the referee can get the match up and running.

Commercial Break

Main Event | TEN MAN TAG TEAM MATCH:
Christian, Shawn Michaels, John Cena, Rey Mysterio & Matt Hardy vs.
Kurt Angle, Umaga, Mister Kennedy, The Miz & Shelton Benjamin
The match is joined in progress, with J.R commending Bischoff for his decision during the commercial to order Long & Estrada to the back, whilst managing to restore order and officially start the match. It’s a long match up, with a lot of intertwining stories running, as there is a moment early on where Christian tags in Cena and the two have a momentary showdown by the ropes, with the fans rising in their seats - before it is halted by an attack from Kennedy & Angle. Eventually, Kennedy and Angle are fought off with Cena tagging in HBK - to a huge ovation - for a piece of Angle himself. Shawn Michaels & Kurt Angle have a chance to showcase their abilities, whilst Mysterio & Benjamin become reacquainted. On the heel side, it becomes apparent that The Miz isn’t trusted by the others to hold up his end of the bargain - being ignored any time he looks to make a tag.

However, the face team are a cohesive unit, and work well in the early going. Christian appears to have a target on his chest, with Kennedy, Umaga and of course, Angle all wanting a piece of the champion, all three looking for a tag from Benjamin as he is the legal man, but - confident in his own abilities - Benjamin looks to take on the champion himself, and shows he can hold his own with Christian, but does eventually come up short, and Captain Charisma tags in Matt Hardy who is chomping at the bit for a piece of his old rival Shelton Benjamin. As the match continues, it’s still basic stuff in the early stages, with everyone - bar a visibly frustrated Miz - getting in on the action, but thanks to a well placed knee from Kennedy on the apron as Mysterio comes off the ropes, Benjamin is able to take control, slowing the action as we go to another commercial.

Commercial Break

And, the show returns with Mysterio being worked over by Angle - viciously - refusing to tag back out, clearly showing he hasn’t let his issue with the masked superstar drop just yet … but eventually, Kennedy makes a blind tag, having had enough of Kurts selfishness. As Kennedy gets in though, he and Angle exchange words, with Kennedy reminding Angle that he may well be refereeing his match on Sunday, and he should be careful. Angle doesn’t respond, but clearly isn’t happy with the threat … although he does exit the ring … but both men wasted too much time, and Mysterio is able to knock Kennedy down, and make a much needed tag - TO JOHN CENA!!! Cena rushes the ring, looking to get himself some of Kennedy … but Kennedy retreats into the ropes, forcing Bischoff to step in and back Cena up.

Cena is furious, and we see Miz sneaking in, looking to attack Cena … but Cena catches him … only for Kennedy to then nail Cena from behind. Now, the heels work over Cena, for a much longer period, with Cena in deep trouble - needing to be saved from a three by Christian and Shawn Michaels. Umaga finally gets involved in the match, but keeps his offence simple, with chokes to the grounded Cena … then, he throws Cena toward his own corner, wanting Michaels to make a tag … but before that can happen, Kennedy slaps the back of Umaga and races into the ring, dragging Cena back to the centre before he can tag. Umaga takes his time to exit the ring, seemingly furious with Kennedy … but keeps a lid on his unpredictable temper and gets back out.

The beating of Cena continues, with Angle, Benjamin and Kennedy getting their bits in, with near falls on the soon to be departing Raw superstar, but Cena holds on … but as Kennedy starts to pick apart his shoulder and neck area, the end could be near for Cena, as Kennedy looks to apply the Krossface … but Cena refuses to get trapped in the hold he tapped to at Summerslam, and motions free of it, fighting back to his feet, beating his rival to the punch, running off the ropes, ducking a clothesline, and another … BEFORE LAUNCHING AT KENNEDY TO KNOCK HIM OFF HIS FEET WITH A FLYING SHOULDER!!!!! Cena now looks to make a tag out … with Kennedy crawling to his corner … Christian tags Cena AND ANGLE TAGS KENNEDY!!!!! The two men that headline Cyber Sunday for Raw this Sunday become the legal men!!!

Christian and Angle meet in the middle of the ring, with the fans coming alive, as the two men talk trash … before coming to blows!!! It’s a war of attrition, back and forth, in a short preview for Cyber Sunday, and Captain Charisma nearly hit’s the Unprettier but Kurt escapes it - AND DROPS CHRISTIAN WITH A BELLY TO BELLY SUPLEX!!!!! The tables turn - AGAIN - in the heels favour, and Angle takes the fight to Christian, but complains of a slow count from Bischoff, before tagging Benjamin back in. Once again, Benjamin, Angle and Kennedy put in the majority of the work … but Umaga looks highly interested in getting a piece of the action now that Christian is involved, and with the daunting Samoan Bulldozer wanting a tag, Benjamin is compelled to make the tag. Umaga, getting his hands on Christian in a match for the first time since Summerslam, picks up where he left off - dominating the champion … as we head to the final commercial of the night.

Commercial Break

We return for the final part of the show, and Umaga is still in control of Christian, with clips from the commercial … and it’s a brutal beating, with the Samoan Bulldozer picking Christian apart, even roughing him up on the outside. Back in, Umaga continues the punishment, but Christian refuses to stay down. Umaga hammers Christian, looking to really put a beating on the champion … but as he sets up the running butt splash into the corner … MIZ MAKES A BLIND TAG!!!!! His team mates are furious - with even Kennedy shaking his head - but Miz, cocky as you’d like, tells them he’s undefeated, and assures them by confidently telling them; ‘I got this’. He sets himself in the corner, and rushes toward Christian in the opposite corner … BUT MISSES!!!!! Christian dives out of the way … AND TAGS SHAWN MICHAELS!!!!!

Corpus Christi is on it’s feet, with Shawn Michaels entering the fray, delivering successive inverted atomic drops to Miz, then knocks him down, before following up with a front slam. Michaels then goes up top … FLYING ELBOW CONNECTS WITH EASE!!!!! It’s all an easy set up … as HBK begins to tune up the band for Sweet Chin Music … but as he sizes up Miz … UMAGA RUNS THROUGH MICHAELS WITH THE ROLLING WHEEL KICK!!!!! And with that - ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE!!!!! All ten men suddenly hit the ring, and Eric Bischoff loses all control of the contest!!! Umaga takes Michaels to the outside, Hardy and Benjamin meet, Angle and Christian go at it, Cena and Kennedy, with Mysterio left to deal with the out of his depth Miz.

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Miz and Mysterio are the only two left in the ring eventually, and Rey is able to get Miz in at the ropes, and hit’s the 619 … but as he goes to DROP THE DIME … KENNEDY SHOVES MYSTERIO OFF THE TOP!!! Kennedy then gets back inside, looking to hit the Mic Check … BUT JOHN CENA TRIPS KENNEDY FROM BEHIND … AND APPLIES THE STFU!!!!! Kennedy taps, but neither man is legal, and Cena keeps the hold locked on … but we see Kurt Angle now inside, with the ring bell … but BISCHOFF TAKES IT FROM HIM - SAVING CENA!!! Eric admonishes Angle, and as he does … MYSTERIO DROPKICKS ANGLE … INTO THE ROPES!!!!! He looks for the 619 … AND HITS IT!!!!! Meanwhile, J.R and Coach inform the audience that Benjamin and Hardy are fighting through the crowd and out of view … just as Mysterio hops up top looking to leap onto Angle…

… Umaga though, is back in the ring now, throwing Michaels in too, and catches Mysterio off the ropes … SAMOAN DROP!!!!! Umaga then breaks the STFU, throwing Cena out of the ring, then turns … WITH MICHAELS GOING FOR SWEET CHIN MUSIC … BUT UMAGA DUCKS … SAMOAN SPIKE CONNECTS!!!!! Bischoff continues to try and restore order, demanding the ring be cleared, as we see Umaga throwing Mysterio out of the ring and following out too, as Kennedy exit’s the ring, whilst Angle rolls out … leaving MIZ TO CRAWL ONTO SHAWN MICHAELS FOR THE COVER … AND BISCHOFF MAKES THE COUNT … 1...2...CHRISTIAN BREAKS THE COUNT!!!!! Christian saves Shawn Michaels from humiliation in his home town, but cant do anything more, as he is tripped by Angle from the outside and dragged outside the ring!!!

Umaga continues to beat down poor Rey, whilst Angle and Christian go at it, as Kennedy and Cena trade blows too. In the ring, Miz is willing Shawn Michaels to his feet, with HBK in a bad way … but managing to peel himself off the canvas, and with help from the ropes, he gets up … WITH MIZ RUSHING AT HIM … RIGHT INTO SWEET CHIN MUSIC!!!!! Miz is down, Michaels drops and makes the cover … with Christian and Cena stopping Angle and Kennedy respectively from breaking the count … whilst Umaga is too slow to see whats going on, and by the time he does, he’s too late to break the count … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winners: Shawn Michaels, Christian, John Cena, Rey Mysterio & Matt Hardy @ 25:18

The count is made, but Umaga attacks Michaels right after the bell. The Samoan Bulldozer stomps down Michaels, with Bischoff being shoved away by the crazed mastodon. Outside, we see Christian and Angle still trading blows … whilst John Cena has Kennedy up … LOOKING FOR AN FU THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE … BUT KENNEDY SLIPS OFF THE BACK … AND OVER THE BARRIER … AWAY TO SAFETY!!!!!

Cena is left fuming, having come close to gaining revenge on Kennedy - only for the loudmouth to get away. Meanwhile, at the timekeepers position, Christian is coming for Angle … BUT GETS CREAMED WITH HIS OWN TITLE BELT BY THE OLYMPIAN!!!!! Christian is knocked out cold from the belt shot, as Angle stands over the champion - holding the champs own belt. He looks set to continue the beating - but Cena, with Kennedy hightailing - is able to step in, and grabs the belt, with Angle avoiding getting a shot himself by getting away from Cena.

In the ring, Umaga sets HBK in the corner for the running butt splash … BUT MICHAELS MOVES!!! Umaga stumbles out of the corner … SWEET CHIN MUSIC!!!!! The super kick sends the Bulldozer over the top rope and to the floor … with Michaels standing tall … but he isn’t happy … and with Umaga miraculously landing on his feet - but worse for wear - MICHAELS DIVES THROUGH THE ROPES TAKING UMAGA DOWN!!!!!

We see Armando Estrada rushing to the ring now, as Bischoff and other officials drag Michaels away from Umaga, with Estrada trying to help his Bulldozer up to try and lead him away. Meanwhile … Kurt Angle stalks Rey Mysterio … AND GRABS HIM FROM BEHIND, HITTING THE ANGLE SLAM!!!!! Angle leaves it at that, and exit’s the carnage, with footage cutting to Cena tending to Christian - whilst holding the champions title belt - as Kurt Angle backs up the ramp, surveying the damage he has done tonight to Christian and Mysterio - heading to Cyber Sunday on a roll.

Michaels is forcibly restrained, before getting into the ring, getting a huge reaction from the fans, calling Umaga back to the ring, with AAE imploring his Bulldozer to save himself for Sunday, waving off the fight tonight, leaving the arena. The show comes to a close with Christian slowly coming around, looking confused as John Cena stands over him, holding his belt … whilst a grinning Kurt Angle has his arms raised in the air on the ramp, celebrating prematurely, heading into Cyber Sunday…

END OF SHOW


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Official Card for WWE Cyber Sunday:
Date: 16th September 2007
Location: American Airlines Centre, Dallas, Texas
Event Music: Foo Fighters, The Pretender

WWE Championship;
!!ELIMINATION CHAMBER MATCH!!
Randy Orton vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Batista vs. Garrison Cade vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Paul London
~ Choose the sixth and final entrant ~

World Heavyweight Championship Match;
~ CHOOSE THE SPECIAL GUEST REFEREE ~
Christian vs. Kurt Angle
~ Mr. Kennedy OR Rey Mysterio OR Eric Bischoff ~

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match:
The Brian Kendrick vs. Jamie Noble OR Super Crazy OR Chavo Guerrero OR Evan Bourne OR Kid Kash OR Sonjay Dutt OR Daivari OR Elix Skipper OR X-Pac

Intercontinental Championship Match:
William Regal vs. Ken Doane OR CM Punk OR Greg Helms OR Paul Burchill OR Christopher Daniels OR Doug Williams OR The Miz OR Cody Rhodes OR Charlie Haas OR The 2007 King of the Ring; Brent Albright

All … or Nothing??
Edge vs. The Undertaker
~ Winner faces WWE Champion @ Smackdown Season Premiere OR Loser is forbidden a title shot for twelve months ~

Grudge Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Umaga
~ Samoan Strap Match OR Ambulance Match OR Stretcher Match ~

~ AND, WILL JOHN CENA SIGN FOR SMACKDOWN?? ~

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Good lord at the chaos in the Main Event. So much star-studded talent inside that match, people can quite easily get lost in the shuffle but I think you did a pretty good job of making sure everyone got their fair share of time in.

I loved The Miz eliminating himself at the beginning of the night, definately something he would do to get ready for such a huge match later on in the evening. Punk winning was what I expected.

All in all, a solid Raw...I could nit-pick a few things here and there, just for personal preference, but that's not the point. There wasn't anything wrong with this show, except for MAYBE the Main Event being so huge. But, I still think it worked out fine. Good job.
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10 MAN BATTLE ROYAL: Boooo Miz! :P Was hoping one of The Master Craftsmen or members of Straight Edge would here so I'm glad to see CM Punk win here.

Test vs. Colin Delaney: Not really sure if you are going to use Test as anything more than a lower midcarder, so at least he beats the jobbers to add some sort of credibility for those who can beat him.

Beth Phoenix/Mickie James Segment: This feud looks like its going to have to come to a head soon because it is getting too out of control, I'm expecting a match at Cyber Sunday.

The Angels of Anarchy vs. Deuce & Domino: Good win for Daniels and Williams after getting eliminated during the battle royal to keep them looking positive.

Series Announcement: Awwwww, guess no Cyber Sunday match. Oh well, at least we'll get to see some more womens action on Raw.

John Cena/Eric Bischoff Segment: Nice segment to show Bischoff's ability to play politics. I'm expecting Cena to end up staying on Raw.

Harry Smith vs. Monty Brown w/The Brotherhood: THE POUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNCE!

Cody Rhodes w/Dustin Rhodes vs. Ken Doane: I liked all the interactions after this match, defining everyone very well, though I'm not sure what role The King is going to have in all of this following this Raw.

Christian Promo: It is nice to see the match getting built up more, sadly up to this point for me it has felt like Kurt Angle isn't even focused on an angle with Christian, but with Rey Mysterio. Should be a good match, but I think Rey Mysterio being involved has caused some issues with this being built properly.

Main Event | TEN MAN TAG TEAM MATCH: Haha, glad to see things boil over with Kurt Angle and Christian here. The Miz getting the loss was perfect in my opinion and its a good home state victory for Shawn Michaels. The way this feud has been built I'm pretty sure Kurt Angle doesn't have a chance, but I guess we'll see how things pan out from here.
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