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Re: Being The Booker

I didn't realize you were Co-Booking with someone Wolf Anyway, Survivor Series looks absolutely outstanding. I've always been a fan of multiple 'Survivor Series' Elimination Matches at the PPV and I feel WWE has slowly began to dwindle those away, so it's good to see you have a few. I'll definitely be reading all the way to SS and I look forward to that PPV.



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Originally Posted by ONeill_24-7 View Post
Took me ages but this is what i think i would like to see next year at Mania. I know its just a PPV Card and not a whole storyline or anything like most of you guys are doing which may i say is absolutlu amazing to read! but anyway this is what i came up with that i believe would make quite a good wrestlemania next year. Opinions Please?

*I also made the show and extra hour longer than the usual 4hours because some matches i believe have the potential to be amazing if they are given the correct amount of time. So i believe the PPV should be just in and around 5hrs or so with the pre-show not included in the time slot because it has its own hour before the show begins*

WrestleMania 30
Dream Match Card
(W) = winner
(C) = current champion


Pre-Show:

Match 1 -
NXT Womens Championship
(C) Emma vs Paige (W) -15mins-

Match 2 -
Tag Team Match
Miz and Truth vs Wyatt Family (W) -10mins-


[COLOR="rgb(153, 50, 204)"]WrestleMania XXX[/COLOR] PPV Show:

Match 1 -
United States Championship

(C)Damien Sandow (W) vs Fandango -15mins-

Match 2 -
Tag Team Match
Bella Twins (W) vs AJ Lee and Kaitlyn -15mins-

Match 3 -
Tag Team Championship
4 Teams Participate

Kane and Bray Wyatt vs Mark Henry and Kofi Kingston vs Big Show and Sheamus vs (C) Seth Rollins and Roman Reins (W) -20mins-

Match 4 -
World Heavyweight Championship

(C)Randy Orton vs Dean Ambrose(W) -25mins-

Match 5 -
"Fathers Legacy" Match
Triple Threat Match

Cody Rhodes vs Ted Dibiase Jr vs Curtis Axel (W) -15mins-

Match 6 -
Intercontinental Championship

(C)Wade Barret vs Chris Jericho (W) -20mins-

Match 7 -
No Holds Barred

Brock Lensnar (with Paul Heyman) (W) vs The Rock -25mins-

Match 8 -
Ladder Match
Company On The Line

Triple H (with Stephany McMahon)
Vs Shawn Michaels (with Vince McMahon) (W) -35mins-

Match 9 -
Divas Championship

(C)Michelle McCool vs Natalya (W) -20mins-

Match 10 -
The Passing Of The Torch

CM Punk (W) vs "Stone Cold" Steve Austin -40mins-

Match 11 -
WWE Championship

(C)Daniel Bryan (W) vs Dolph Ziggler -30mins-

Match 12 -
The Streak Match

John Cena vs The Undertaker (W) -35mins-
You've posted this in the wrong place friend. This is another booker's thread.

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Monday Night Raw Preview

It's the final stop before the biggest blockbuster of 2007, as the Raw superstars - with some special guests from Smackdown - head into San Jose, six days before the 21st Annual Survivor Series. And, the night will be dominated by the impending Raw vs Smackdown Survivor Series Elimination Match this Sunday - the first EVER 7 on 7 elimination match in Survivor Series history - which sees the losing GM FIRED from his duties. The balance of power will lie with the two team captains on Raw, with Raws Shawn Michaels and Smackdowns Brock Lesnar set to meet face to face prior to Raw as THEY pick the five preview matches in a Best of 5 Series on Raw, where one team will head to L.A on Sunday with a huge momentum swing. Four singles matches and one tag team match will take place ... but how will Michaels and Lesnar - two men who have made it clear of their dislike for one another - be able to come to agreements on the five matches??

Included in those matches will of course be Kurt Angle. The Olympian - who no longer holds the medal he earned in 1996 - returned in the dying moments of last weeks Raw, oddly making the save for none other than the man that took his medal from him at Nemesis; Rey Mysterio. Has Angle - after a two week absence - had time to move on from the crushing loss last month?? Or has the Wrestling Machine returned too soon?? Angle will be in action on Raw and surely it will be in singles competition, as he attempts to move on from the despair he suffered at Nemesis.

Whilst the Raw vs Smackdown Elimination Match has dominated the talk in recent weeks, on Raw, Matt Hardy will reveal his fifth and final team member on his team at the Survivor Series as he looks to take down The Brotherhood - once and for all - this Sunday. Who will complete Matt Hardys line up?? Whoever it may be, the mystery partner will also be in action, taking on the 'Black Diamond' Shelton Benjamin on Raw, in what could turn out to be the final night The Brotherhood appear on Raw as a unit. However, Theodore Long will surely disagree with that sentiment, confident his troops will prevail in Hollywood this weekend and recapture the Intercontinental Title from Hardys grasp.

In addition, this Sunday sees the first EVER ladder match contested by two women in the WWE in the final match of the Best of Five series for the Womens Championship. The battlelines were drawn last week on Raw as Beth Phoenix attacked Mickie James with a ladder - confirming (if their was ever any doubt) that no love will be lost between the two bitter foes. Beth Phoenix is scheduled to appear on Raw, and will likely have plenty to say about Mickie James, as she gets set to end her long running issue with the former Alexis Laree at the Survivor Series.

And, in what promises to be an explosive showdown, John Cena and the World Champion Christian - fresh off Christian dropping Cena with an Unprettier after he believed he had been left high and dry in their tag match - will come face to face on Coach's Playas Club. With the tension between the two rivals boiling over last week, is The Coach really the best candidate to keep the peace if tensions boil over once again?? And, neither man can afford to forget the looming presence of the third cog in their triple threat showdown this coming Sunday; the imposing Umaga. Expect fireworks before the Survivor Series...

Matches Confirmed;
~ Best of 5 Series; Team Raw vs Team Smackdown ~
*Four One on One Matches
*One Tag Team Match
*Matches to be picked by Raw Team Captain Shawn Michaels & Smackdown Team Captain Brock Lesnar

Shelton Benjamin vs ???
*The fifth and final member of Team Hardy will be revealed and will be in action

World Heavyweight Champion Christian & John Cena meet face to face on The Playas Club
*Hosted by The Coach

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Monday Night Raw | November 5 2007 | San Jose CA




Straight to a split screen of the Team Raw and Team Smackdown locker rooms, initially focusing on Team Raw, where Eric Bischoff is seen rallying his troops with a rousing speech, telling them that THIS is their show, and they need to go out there tonight and show Smackdown who the superior brand is, instructing them to give Smackdown a taster of what is to come on Sunday. He then singles out Kurt Angle (to a big pop from the fans) telling him he’s out first, and to set the example against Finlay.

The Wrestling Machine is machine like in his response, saying nothing, but inserting his mouthpiece, just as Matt Striker enters, looking for a quick interview with Angle regarding his return last week, but before he can ask a question, Bischoff steps in front, instructing Striker that Angle has requested not to do any interviews. Kurt then brushes past - clearly not interested in talking, and exit’s the room, slamming the door on his way.



Now, in the more subdued Smackdown locker room where there still appears to be a lot of tension, Brock Lesnar arrives, holding a sheet of paper, making a beeline for Double A. Running down the agreed matches - making a comment about spending the whole sit down with HBK wanting to rip his head off - he announces that in addition to Angle vs. Finlay first, Cade & MVP will team to face the Master Craftsmen, Mr. Kennedy meets Paul London, Ken Doane goes up against Nick Nemeth and in the fifth match, Mysterio takes on Batista.

Anderson nods along, saying he likes it, pointing out the tag match, saying they’re up against it, facing a genuine tag team, but likes their chances in the rest of the matches lined up, quietly confident…

Opening Video

Pyro

**MEDAL**

To a bigger reaction than moments ago, Kurt Angle IS BACK!!! Making his return last week at the end of Raw, Kurt Angle kicks off the five match series tonight, with Raw looking to make a statement. J.R introduces the show - SIX nights from Survivor Series - claiming a huge energy in the building tonight, recapping the five matches set, in addition to Matt Hardy revealing his fifth team member, and the Playas Club with Christian and John Cena.

Focusing on Angle though, J.R states that the Olympians comeback couldn’t have been timed better, with a refreshed Kurt Angle being just what Team Raw needed at the end of Raw last week. Coach though, worries about the state of mind of Angle, unsure how Angle has gotten over the loss of the Olympic medal - especially when he has to team up with Rey on Sunday.

**LAMBEG**

J.R agrees with Coach’s worries, and says we’ll hopefully find out just what kind of state Angle is in when he faces Finlay now, but says he believes that Angle will put Raw first on Sunday, even if his hatred for Mysterio hasn’t died down. He then moves on, talking about how great this match should be - a tremendous match to kick the night off.

Match 1 | RAW VS SMACKDOWN | BEST OF 5 | MATCH 1:
Kurt Angle vs. Finlay
In their first ever encounter, Finlay and Angle bring a hard hitting affair to the fans, with Angle especially aggressive in the early going, playing off his still pent up anger at losing his prized possession at Nemesis. Angle though is TOO aggressive, and takes his eye off the ball, charging Finlay near the ropes, with the veteran side stepping, sending Kurt over the top with a thud, leading to the first commercial of the night.

Commercial Break

Back live, Finlay is in charge, but not for long, with Angle spinning into a Belly to Belly suplex, drilling the Irishman for two. The two men then go on to trade German suplexes, with each man reversing when the other attempts a second consecutive, but after firing off three each, Angle counters again when Finlay looks for a second consecutive, but instead of hitting a German, he rushes Finlay forward, driving him shoulder first through the buckles and into the post!!! Looking for the Angle Slam, Angle drags him out, but Finlay lands on his feet, booting Kurt in the gut, following with a gut wrench suplex for 1...2...NO!!!

Finlay opens up on Kurt with stiff rights and boots, stopping him from getting to his feet, then pulls him up, looking for the rolling hills … but Angle impressively counters out with AN ARM DRAG!!!!! Finlay is on spaghetti legs from that, and stumbles around, enabling Angle to swoop in, ANGLE SLAM!!!!! He covers, 1...2...FINLAY GRABS THE BOTTOM ROPE!!!!! Angle is beside himself, arguing with the referee, but has to continue, and looks to apply the Anklelock, but Finlay counters into a cradle … 1...2...NO!!!! Angle escapes … BUT HAS THE ANKLE!!!!! Finlay tries to fight it, and manages to kick Angle off … right out of the ring!!!!!

Rolling out, Finlay blasts Angle with stiff forearms, and then launches him into the ringpost!!! Bringing Kurt back inside, Finlay scores a near fall off a big boot, and then tries to get him up for the Celtic Cross, but Angle escapes, into a sunset flip … only for Finlay to drop into the cover instead … 1...2...NO!!!!! Both get up, with Finlay striking first, then running off the ropes … RIGHT INTO A BELLY TO BELLY SUPLEX!!!!!! The straps come down … ANKLE LOCK IS APPLIED!!!!! The veteran desperately tries to fight it, crawling toward the ropes, but instead looks to try and reach his trusty shillelagh … BUT ANGLE APPLIES THE GRAPEVINE … Finlay cant move … and HAS to tap!!!!!
Winner: Kurt Angle @ 10:28

The Olympic Champion is back to winning ways in a tough opening affair, giving Raw a vital win the kick the night off. Angle has his hand raised, and quickly departs the ring - job done - as Finlay clutches his ankle, showing the pain, whilst also being bitterly disappointed in the loss tonight. On commentary, Coach celebrates with glee, and J.R puts over the efforts of both men, stating that if that is a sign of what’s to come on Sunday, Survivor Series promises to be incredible.



Back in the Team Raw locker room, Mr. Kennedy finishes up tying his boots - with his match next - as Eric Bischoff approaches, but Kennedy puts up a hand, telling the Raw GM to save it. “I don’t need your ‘Any Given Sunday’ speeches, I got a job to do tonight. More importantly, I got a job to do on Sunday … and I expect to be RICHLY rewarded when I save your job.” He storms off, leaving Eric on the spot … but showing the smallest glimpse of a smile…

Commercial Break

**VIDEO PACKAGE**

The video opens very cinematically, in black and white, inside a mansion, and the first thing we see is a crying Melina. Sobbing, she calls out;

Melina: CHRISTIAN!!!

She runs down the stairs.

Melina: CHRISTIAN!! CHRISTIAN!!

Melina runs, catching up with Christian at the front door of the house. Wearing a ridiculous fake moustache, imitating Clark Gable in ‘Gone With The Wind’, Christian turns, with Melina grabbing his arm.

Melina: If you go … where shall I go, what shall I do??

Cheesing it up, Christian pauses.

Christian: Frankly my dear … I don’t give a damn.

He walks out the door, then turns back.

Christian: I’m going to Survivor Series - and that’s how I roll.

He turns again, and walks off into the smoke, leaving Melina to sob by the door.

Melina: There must be some way for me to go!!

The Survivor Series logo then flashes across the screen.

Narrator: On November 11, the WWE presents Hollywoods Biggest Blockbuster of 2007 … The Twenty first annual SURVIVOR SERIES!!! And the WWE superstars are tearing up the script!!


Credit; KING.
WWE SURVIVOR SERIES | NOVEMBER 11 | LOS ANGELES CA
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
***



Back live, Kennedy (minus Miz) is already on his way to the ring, before footage cuts backstage to where Paul London is bouncing up and down, keeping on his toes just before his entrance, as Brock Lesnar quickly approaches, patting London on the shoulder. After telling London he believes in him - reminding the U.S Champ that he was Brocks first pick - Lesnar tells London just how important a win in this match coming up next is, with a 2-0 deficit too much to ask to turn around in the final three matches. London nods, telling Brock to trust him, saying he’ll show Lesnar he was right to believe in him…

**STAY IN SHADOW**

London bursts onto the stage, hyped up for a big opportunity to shine on Raw, whilst Kennedy paces around, eager to get going. J.R reminds the fans that Raw won the first match of the night, and that a win here could be crucial for Raw if they want to break the spirit of their foes…

Match 2 | RAW VS SMACKDOWN | BEST OF 5 | MATCH 2:
Mr. Kennedy vs. Paul London
Kennedy wastes no time, attacking London right from the bell, dominating the early going, hammering London in the corner, and throws him out of the ring, continuing the beat down there, slamming his head off the steps. Back inside, he strikes with the Face Wash in the corner, but only scores a two off it. Pummelling London, Kennedy drags the U.S Champion to his feet, then runs off the ropes for a big clothesline … DROPSAULT!!!!! London catches Kennedy with his patented dropkick variation, and the contest is on, with London now showing his tenacity, taking the fight to the outside, sending Kennedy into the steps. He rolls Kennedy back inside, then goes up top, looking for a cross body, but Kennedy rolls through, into a cover, 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!!!

The action slows, with Kennedy taking it down a notch after a frenetic opening period, targeting the neck of his high flying opponent. Kennedy dominates London for the next portion of the contest, physically wearing him down, scoring a number of near falls, testing the mettle of the much loved Golden Boy. London though, refuses to give in, causing much annoyance for the 2006 King of the Ring, unable to put his spirited opponent away, despite a back breaker to snuff out a potential comeback, and a rough looking Face Wash, gaining an almighty close two count. Despite London surviving, the Golden Boy is in a bad way now, and Kennedy closes in on the victory, dragging London up, setting him on the top rope, looking to deliver … THE GREEN BAY PLUNGE … BUT LONDON FIGHTS BACK … AND SHOVES KENNEDY OFF!!!

Kennedy lands on the mat, but is up quickly … AS LONDON LOOKS FOR THE SIGNATURE 450 SPLASH … NO ONE HOME!!!!! Immediately, Kennedy swoops in for the Krossface … BUT LONDON SLIPS HIS ARM OUT, AND SURPRISES KENNEDY WITH A PINNING COMBINATION, 1...2...NO!!! Kennedy escapes, then looks to level Paul with a clothesline, but London ducks, then scores with a DDT, 1...2...KENNEDY KICKS OUT!!!!! London sits on his knees, shaking his head, and struggles back to his feet, dragging Kennedy with him, but Kennedy explodes, ramming London into the corner, then looks for the Mic Check, but London elbows free, only for Kennedy to throw him out of the ring. London though, lands on the apron, catching Kennedy with a knee, and Sunset Flips into the ring, 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!!

The match continues, with London caught with a knee from Kennedy. Ken sends him into the corner, but London hops to the middle, launching back … RIGHT INTO A DROPKICK FROM KENNEDY!!!!! Kennedy covers, 1...2...NO!!!!! Slamming the mat in frustration, Kennedy argues with the official, before dragging London up, sending him off the ropes, ducking down … LONDON RETURNS WITH A SWINGING NECKBREAKER!!!!! Now, The U.S Champ scales the ropes once more, wanting to go for the 450 Splash, setting himself … BUT KENNEDY KICKS THE ROPES!!!!! London crotches, and drops to the mat, with Kennedy again looking for the Krossface, but London escapes AGAIN, going behind with a roll up, 1...2...Kennedy rolls through … HOOKING THE TIGHTS … 1...2...LONDON ROLLS THROUGH … HOOKING THE TIGHTS TOO … 1...2...3!!!!!!!
Winner: Paul London @ 10:11
*Smackdown 1-1 Raw*

London levels the scores, beating Kennedy at his own game, and escapes the ring, with Kennedy livid, kicking out at the ropes. London leaves the ringside area, pointing to his head, mouthing to Kennedy “You‘re not the only guy who can cheat to win.” firmly believing in the ‘turnabout is fair play’ motto. Kennedy is still livid, as London shrugs his shoulders, happy to pick up the win tonight and bring Smackdown back level in the Best of 5 tonight.

Commercial Break

**VIDEO PACKAGE**

~ COUNTING DOWN THE GREATEST RAW MOMENTS ~
#17

IN THE RUN UP TO WRESTLEMANIA 22, LOVEABLE EUGENE IS SET TO TEAM WITH THE LEGENDARY MICK FOLEY AND IMMORTAL HULK HOGAN … UNTIL HE TURNS HEEL, ALIGNING WITH RIC FLAIR & BATISTA IN A SHOCKING MOMENT - LATER REVEALING HIMSELF AS NICK DINSMORE.


!! THE 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF MONDAY NIGHT RAW !!
DECEMBER 17 2007 | MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
A 3 HOUR SPECTACULAR ON THE U.S.A NETWORK
***



In the ring, Brent Albright & Charlie Haas are awaiting their opponents, looking confident, coming into the match as firm favourites, taking on a team that has rarely paired up before - just once - in a losing effort, three nights ago.

**I‘M COMIN**

Blasting out behind the curtain WITHOUT his purpose built entrance, the highest paid superstar on the Smackdown roster is greeted with heat, but brushes it off, talking trash toward the fans, and waits at the top of the ramp…

**ROAD TO TEXAS**

Garrison Cade enters to a smattering of heat too, but he ignores the audience, and instead focuses on making his way to the ring, discussing tactics with MVP on the way, as Coach confidently informs the fans that Albright and Haas are undefeated since coming to Raw, claiming this should be a Raw win.

Match 3 | RAW VS SMACKDOWN | BEST OF 5 | MATCH 3
The Master Craftsmen vs. M.V.P & Garrison Cade
*Series Tied @ 1-1*
It’s tentative in the early going, and the fans are pretty dead for two heel teams going through the motions. Naturally, Albright and Haas - the natural team - take over, focusing on MVP, who - try as he might - cant get to Cade to make a vital tag to bring in the fresh man. On the outside, Cade gets anxious, and despite his best efforts to stretch and tag, he cant reach the desperate MVP. Porter continues to be punished by the well oiled Craftsmen machine, with Albright and Haas stretching him, looking to submit the highest paid superstar on Smackdown … all the while, Cade is forced to watch on, unable to help his fellow Smackdown team mate. However, a scintillating enziguri from Montel to Brent is the perfect opening, and MVP uses the chance to make a vital tag to the Lone Star!!!

Cade rushes in, running roughshod over Albright and Haas with clothesline after clothesline, shooting Haas off the ropes, and flattening him with a flying shoulder block … but on the outside, MVP in hunched over, clasping his shoulder, with the camera picking him up saying “That‘s twice man - twice. You let me take a beatin twice?? Forget that.” Porter waves the match off, and is seemingly taking his ball and going home - in a huff. He stomps up the ramp, still holding his shoulder - thinking about himself only, as Cade spots it, looking around in bemusement … all the while, Brent Albright sneakily tags Haas back in, but plays dead to make Cade think HE is the legal man. Cade turns his attention back to the match, reaching to bring the King of the Ring to his feet … but Haas comes from behind, and rolls the Lone Star up with a school boy … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winners: The Master Craftsmen @ 04:58
*Raw 2-1 Smackdown*

And Raw takes the lead again in the one night series - but Smackdown cost themselves the victory!!! Cade is up quickly, arguing the call initially - still believing Albright to be the legal man - but after the news is confirmed by the official, Cade turns his anger toward his own team mate leaving him high and dry.

Outside, Haas & Albright celebrate, with their momentum building, proving themselves as worthy members of Team Raw, but the story for J.R and Coach on commentary is the disintegration of Team Smackdown before our very eyes - and Coach clearly loves it … as the pressure now mounts on Nick Nemeth, up next, taking on Team Raw member, Ken Doane.

Commercial Break

Backstage in the Team Smackdown locker room, Arn Anderson is in the middle of giving MVP an ear bashing, calling him a selfish fool, questioning if Porter should even be on the team “after that stunt.” Porter is incredulous, arguing that HE is the guy that will be leading Smackdown to victory on Sunday, and he walked out for Arns best interests to save himself and be ready for Survivor Series. In the background, Brock Lesnar shakes his head, which angers MVP, with the two of them beginning to argue too…

Just as the door bangs, and Garrison Cade is LIVID. He storms into the locker room, calling out for MVP, as Double A, Finlay and Lesnar stand in his way, looking to prevent an all out brawl between the team. Cade is furious with Montel, but MVP argues that Cade didn’t have his back, and just watched while he got taken apart by two men. Now, BATISTA gets involved … and AGREES with Montel, stating that Cade should’ve been breaking up the attacks on his partner, rather than just waiting for a tag.

Then, right in front of Cade, Batista tells Lesnar that he warned him about Cade not being right for the team, claiming it’s on Lesnars head, and states had he been captain, Cade would’ve been nowhere near the team. Suddenly, Cade wants a piece of his long time rival, as chaos ensues inside the Smackdown locker room - the team is seemingly further apart than ever, as Anderson, Finlay and London try to keep the peace between the four hot heads…



Into the arena…

**I AM PERFECTION**

It’s a must win scenario for the undefeated Smackdown starlet … but Nick Nemeth doesn’t look like a man under pressure. He strides confidently to the ring, born for the big occasion, taking the pressure in his stride. Ken Doane is already in the ring, as J.R states that the pressure isn’t only on Nemeth, but Doane has a point to prove to Eric Bischoff too, with the GM still not sold on whether ‘The Future’ is good enough for the 7 man team.

Match 4 | RAW VS SMACKDOWN | BEST OF 5 | MATCH 4:
Ken Doane vs. Nick Nemeth
*Raw lead series 2-1*
Initially, Doane tries to compete with Nemeth on the mat, but the collegiate star is far too polished for the 21-year-old. No mention is made of the Spirit Squad, but J.R does comment that both men broke onto the main roster together, and assumes that they will be well aware of each others strengths and weaknesses, as the early going suggests with a cagey affair in the offing. The pace quickens though, as Doane counters a wheelbarrow attempt into a pinning predicament, then catches the Narcissist with a deep arm drag. Nemeth escapes an arm wringer, but runs into a scoop slam, just as it looks like he is building momentum for a near fall for Doane. At this point, we see footage of Eric Bischoff intently watching on backstage, keen to see how Doane fares.

Doane then risks it, going up top, leaping off at the Smackdown star, but Nemeth explodes with a picture perfect dropkick for a near fall of his own. A succession of elbow drops follow, but Nemeth cant put Doane away. He shoots The Future off the ropes, but cant score with a wild clothesline attempt, and Doane shoots back off, catching his opponent with a cross body … only for Nemeth to roll through on it, 1...2...NO!!! Nemeth bounces up, nailing Doane with a clothesline, and then puts the boots to him in the corner, showing some anger with some brutal stomps. Starting to get more cocky though, Nemeth begins to add some swagger as he struts around the ring, trash talking the fans … but is rolled up by Doane … 1...2...NO!!!

Nemeth shoots up, but is beaten to the punch by Doane, who sparks off his fight back, rattling the still undefeated Narcissist, catching him with a number of pin attempts, but cant score the elusive three count. Doane then charges into the corner at Nemeth … but Nick slips out, with Doane hitting the buckles. Nemeth then looks to hit the Ego Boost … but Doane avoids it, hotshots Nemeth off the ropes and knocks him down with a reverse elbow. He gets Nemeth back up, and hits an atomic drop, followed by a neck breaker, cover … 1...2...NO!!!!! Doane is in disbelief, but shakes it off, getting back up, climbing up top, looking for the Sky High Leg Drop … NO ONE HOME!!!!! Nemeth avoids it, and now lies in wait for Doane to rise … EGO BOOST!!!! 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Nick Nemeth @ 06:22
*Smackdown 2-2 Raw*

Nemeth levels the series, meaning it’s all to play for, for bragging rights later tonight when Mysterio meets Batista!!! The Narcissist remains undefeated, and basks in the glory of taking the nights series to a deciding match, whilst Doane tries to recover in the ring, knowing he missed a huge opportunity to impress tonight … as footage cuts backstage to a disappointed looking Eric Bischoff, slowly shaking his head at what he sees.

Commercial Break

A brief video package airs of the months and months of psychological abuse from Cody Rhodes to his older brother Dustin, which led to the elder Rhodes snapping at Nemesis, having had enough of Cody … but then refused to fight his brother two weeks ago on Raw - and hasn’t been seen since.



Back at ringside, J.R and Coach discuss the events surrounding Cody and Dustin, with J.R claiming that rumours are circulating Dustin has officially given his notice to the WWE, wishing for his contract to be terminated and states that next week on Raw, he is set to announce to the world his retirement from wrestling. As kind hearted as always, Coach succinctly adds, “Good riddance.”



Backstage, a disappointed looking Eric Bischoff is in the middle of berating Shawn Michaels, complaining about Ken Doane, very much giving the attitude of “I told you so”, but Michaels refuses to stand for it, shouting over Eric to shut up. Shawn tells Bischoff he’s had enough of his sniping, reminding the GM of his accomplishments - in the ring - and while he gives Eric credit for what he’s achieved as a businessman, “There aint a damn thing you can teach me about this business between the ropes. I vouched for the kid. Eric, that oughta be enough for you.” Michaels goes on to promise that Doane wont let him down at the Survivor Series, softly ending the conversation by telling the GM to trust him, before walking off.



Elsewhere, the womens champion, Beth Phoenix makes her way down the hallway, as J.R states that we’ll be hearing from Phoenix in just a few moments, with just six days until she and Mickie James make history in the first ever ‘Ladies Ladder Match’ for the Womens Title…

Commercial Break

Back from the commercial, Beth Phoenix is in the ring, sat atop a ladder, with the Womens Championship dangling by her head, as she waits for the fans to settle, before finally speaking up. Recapping her entire history with Mickie James, briefly reminding the fans of the back story with the younger - deeply disturbed - Mickie James, harming Beths mother, preventing Beth initially from following her dreams of becoming a professional wrestler. Leaving out the fact that her own family have disowned her because she left them to pursue her dreams, she claims that Mickie ruined her perfect family, her perfect life … “so I came along to ruin hers.”

{/SECOND HOUR}

Moving on, Phoenix talks about her own jealously of Mickie, having to watch her live out her own dreams while she had to sit by and watch, stating that it only made her more determined to make it - and succeed. Touching the title belt dangling beside her, Beth tells the fans that she did just that, thinking that the beating she put on Mickie at Summerslam would’ve been enough to scare her off … but not only is Mickie sick … she’s also a glutton for punishment. Beth goes on, saying that in a perverted way, she’s happy that Mickie came back for more … because now, instead of scaring Mickie off … she’ll get to physically send her off.

Phoenix admits she would’ve loved to have beaten Mickie 3-0 in the Best of 5 series, but again calls the Ladder Match a “perfect ending”, as while she could’ve humiliated Mickie with a whitewash … “I get to bash her brains in with a ladder instead.” Talking about all the mental torture she’s had to endure over the last five years, Beth tells the fans that it’s time for the tables to be turned, claiming to have toyed with Mickie up until now … “but after I destroy her at the Survivor Series … and SMASH her pretty little face, she‘ll wear the scars, and she‘ll never forget the pain and suffering she has caused me and my family.”

Standing atop of the ladder, Beth reaches out, touching the title, telling the fans that she intends on making history on Sunday, before dedicating her upcoming victory at the Survivor Series … to her Mom. “And Mom … once I mangle Mickie James face, and break her puny body over the steel … I’ll climb the ladder, grab my belt … and I’m comin home. I’ll bring the title home - just for you. And it’ll all have been worth the strain. It‘ll have been worth all the tears, and all the agony … because Mickie James will finally have paid for her sins. Mom, after Sunday … we have finally have something to celebrate!!!”

**SO FINE**

But it appears Mickie James has other ideas. Beth remains on the ladder, sternly staring up the ramp at her challenger, furious about the interruption. Mickie walks down the aisle, calling Beth the psycho, and informs the Womens Champion that she has gotten way ahead of herself. Reaching the ring, Mickie stands on the apron, looking up at Beth (who shouts down at Mickie to not come any closer), and tells the champion that come Survivor Series on Sunday, “you wont have anything to celebrate…” … and steps inside the ring, standing at the bottom of the ladder, with Beth looking extremely anxious … “just … a big … FALL!!!”

… AND MICKIE TOPPLES THE LADDER OVER!!!!!

BETH CRASHES AND BURNS!!!!! Beth hit’s the ropes, landing back, and splatting on the mat, writhing in agony, as Mickie smirks, looking back at the champion, before exiting the ring - her point made. The final word goes to Mickie, with the conclusion of the Best of 5 series coming on Sunday. Coach is irate, calling for Mickie to be fined and suspended for an unprovoked attack, with the camera focusing on the champion - clearly in discomfort, holding her back … getting a taste of what is to come on Sunday.



And, as footage cuts backstage to Matt Hardy with Straight Edge, with J.R announcing that Hardy will reveal his final team member - with that man set to go one on one with Shelton Benjamin - NEXT!!

Commercial Break

**SOME BODIES GONNA GET IT**

Entering - six strong as always (but potentially for the last time on Raw) - The Brotherhood are led by the inspirational leader; Theodore Long, with the troops anxiously filing out behind him, with JTG and Shelton Benjamin especially nervous, with The Black Diamond about to go toe to toe with an unnamed opponent. They reach the ring, with J.R again reminding the audience that should The Brotherhood lose on Sunday - they WILL disband.

**LIVE FOR THE MOMENT**

Joined by CM Punk and Greg Helms, Matt Hardy walks onto the stage - mic in hand - ready to address The Brotherhood and welcome his fifth member. With a smile, Matt sarcastically tells the group in the ring that he’s sad that after Survivor Series “we wont be able to do this anymore. Y‘know … I just don’t know what I‘ll do with you guys no longer around.” After quipping that “all good things must come to an end”, Matt states that he wants to make sure that all the loose ends are tied up before The Brotherhood disbands once and for all … “and that means ending ALL your old scores … which is why the fifth member of my team … is this gentleman …”

**BORN NAUGHTY**

It’s William Regal!!!! Six weeks after being put on the shelf by The Brotherhood - losing him the Intercontinental Title in the process - William Regal is back on Raw - and he’s the last member of the impressive looking Team Hardy!!! In the ring, The Brotherhood can see the look of revenge etched on Regals face, and they all (Henry aside) look around in a state of panic. Long quickly tries to focus Benjamin - who faces Regal in just a moment - as Raw goes to a commercial with Regal on his way, throwing down his robe…

Commercial Break

Match 5:
Shelton Benjamin w/The Brotherhood vs. William Regal w/Matt Hardy & Straight Edge
Benjamin instantly ducks out of the ring, telling Theodore “not tonight”, seeing the anger in Regals eyes, who stands in the ring, begging for Benjamin to step inside … but reluctantly, Theodore agrees, ushering Benjamin away, shouting back to Matt that “we‘ll see ya Sunday, playa.” They all turn to leave … but Team Hardy wont have it, as Matt races around with Punk and Helms, grabbing Benjamin and throwing him back into the ring!!! On the outside, a brawl begins the two sides … but inside, Benjamin jumps up … right into … THE POWER OF THE PUNCH!!!!! The Black Diamond is knocked out - COLD!!! Regal is disqualified … but he doesn’t care tonight at all.
Winner: Via DQ - Shelton Benjamin @ 01:00

Regal stands over Benjamin, spewing bile, letting out all his rage for the injury and the loss of the Intercontinental title in September, as Mark Henry pulls The Black Diamond from the ring, helping Shelton dodge any contact with the remainder of Team Hardy, as he, (with Benjamin over his shoulder) along with The Brotherhood escape from the aisle. Hardy, Punk and Helms joining Regal in the ring, as the veteran Brit paces wildly, clenching his fist - holding the brass knucks. On commentary, J.R hypes the Survivor Series elimination match, reminding the fans just how big the stakes are; Hardys reign as I.C Champion versus the very future of The Brotherhood.

Commercial Break

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NEXT WEEK ON RAW

SHANE & STEPHANIE MCMAHON RETURN TO RAW WITH A HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT

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FIND OUT - NEXT WEEK


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Backstage, Kelly Kelly catches up with The Brotherhood - dishevelled after taking a beating moments ago - asking them for their comments on the return of William Regal moments ago. Theodore Long is furious beyond belief, pointing to Shelton Benjamin (being tended to by Alicia Fox with an ice pack), asking if what just happened to The Black Diamond is right. Long tries to reason that what happened to Regal six weeks ago was an “unfortunate by-product of competition … but that act tonight … was the work of a no good thug.”

Long settles himself, realising he’s getting worked up, and calms down, apologising to Kelly, explaining that he and his troops have to endure all kinds of abuse and have to accept all kinds of slanderous accusations, whilst brass knuck wielding thugs like Regal are described as noble gentlemen, and sneaky rats like Matt Hardy are described as heroes for never giving up. “We - The Brotherhood - should get those compliments. I‘m more of a gentleman than Regal, and my main man, Shelton Benjamin - HE never gives up!!!”

The mouthpiece again apologises for being angry, but tells the interviewer that this time next week, he wont be worked up, as at the Survivor Series, “good will triumph over evil.” He says that Hardy thought that he was being clever by forcing Long into the match, but “he‘ll end up with egg on his greasy, spotty face, ya hear??” … “because next Monday, baby girl … it‘s party time for tha Brotha-hood, ya feel may??” He explains that despite tonight’s incident, The Brotherhood will rise together, reclaim what is rightfully theirs (the Intercontinental title) and live “happily ever after - holla, holla, holla!!!”



In the team Raw locker room, Shawn Michaels is seen just finishing a conversation with Rey Mysterio, wishing him luck for the main event next, and Rey walks out the door … just as Mr. Kennedy re-enters the room - with a smirk. He approaches HBK (who rolls his eyes) and folds his arms, standing beside Michaels, taking a look around to see if anyone is listening before quietly speaking, and saying he’s surprised how well Michaels took the news. Shawn is confused, initially blowing the comment off as Kennedy trying to annoy him, but as he looks to walk away, Kennedy pipes up again, “I mean, I thought when you caught wind of Erics idea, you‘d tell him to shove his team … gotta say, I admire ya for takin it on the chin.”

Now, Michaels stops - curious - and tells Kennedy to either stop talking in riddles - or stop talking, period. Smirking, Kennedy smacks his gum around his mouth, then looks Michaels dead in the eye … before feigning surprise. “Ohhh … I think I said too much, didn’t I?? Eric hasn’t spoke to you, has he??” Getting agitated, Michaels asks Kennedy what it’s about … with Kennedy almost gleefully explaining that Bischoff has informed the rest of the team that under no circumstances should anyone tag Michaels into the Survivor Series match - until Bischoff instructs them. HBK is furious, clearly at the end of his tether with the GM after six weeks of being forced out of action in preparation for the Survivor Series … and now, he’s being told that Eric is telling the other team members to keep him out of the match.

Shawn initially is weary, claiming Kennedy to be talking “B.S”, thinking that the brash Juggernaut is simply eyeing the captaincy for himself. Kennedy though protests his innocence, saying he was as surprised as Shawn himself is, and then quips “first, he keeps you wrapped in cotton wool for six weeks, now this?? I guess … I mean … it looks to me that Easy E is lacking a bit of faith in ’ol H-B-K, huh?? Maybe he just doesn’t think you’ve got it anymore … Showstopper.” Kennedy grins - right in the face of Shawn, chewing his gum, with Shawn ready to explode. Michaels keeps his cool though, and takes a step back, “We‘re gonna see just how full of crap you are. I wanna hear that from Bischoff himself.” Michaels then exit’s the room, slamming the door behind him, leaving Kennedy beaming - happy to have riled HBK.



In the arena…

**I WALK ALONE**

To a highly split reaction, Batista makes his way out into the arena, letting off his pyro, as the mini series between Raw and Smackdown comes down to a decider; Batista versus Mysterio; NEXT.

Commercial Break

Batista waits in the ring, pacing back and forth …

**BOOYAKA 619**

As ever, Mysterio is greeted with almost universal cheers, as he gets set to try and slay another giant. With no hint of nervousness, Rey makes his way to the ring, looking confident, as he continues the best run of his entire career…

Main Event | RAW VS SMACKDOWN | BEST OF 5 | MATCH 5:
Rey Mysterio vs. Batista
*Series tied @ 2-2*
It’s good, as you’d expect, with both men playing their roles well. Mysterio - as always - is the plucky underdog, whilst The Animal is the aggressive big man, dictating the tempo for the most part. Initially, Batista has to see out the early flurry from the speedy luchador, but once he puts an end to Reys early offence, it’s ALL Batista for a long period. Mercilessly beating Mysterio down, The Animal shows his aggressive side - almost too much for a supposed ‘good’ guy - but his powerful beating isn’t enough to put the tough as nails Mysterio away for the three count.

After a brutal assault in the corner, Batista backs out - at the behest of the official - then looks to rush back in, but Rey throws his legs up, catching the big man, rocking him, with Rey perching himself up top, splashing off - CAUGHT - Batista catches him, and repositions his body … POWERSLAM!!!!! The Animal drills Rey into the mat, and covers … 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!! Batista argues the count with the official, claiming it to be a slow count, as J.R informs the audience of a (well timed) commercial break, as Coach chips in “But join us for a replay - this match will be over by the time we come back on the air.”

Commercial Break

Back live … and Coach turns out to be wrong - the match IS ongoing - as Batista remains in charge, smothering Rey on the mat with a side headlock, looking to drain the remaining life out of his smaller opponent. J.R informs the audience that the Smackdown superstar has been in control throughout the commercial, but unable to put Rey away for good. Mysterio stirs, battling back out of the headlock, and slithers to freedom, trying to spark a comeback, but it’s cut off - almost too easily - by the dominant Animal. Still though, despite his dominance, Batista isn’t able to bring an end to proceedings, with Rey holding on doggedly.

Taking the fight to the outside, Batista further weakens Rey by roughing him up against the barrier, and swings him from the mat into the barrier too, before ramming the smaller man into the ring apron. Back inside, he STILL cant keep Mysterio down, and looks to be losing patience as Rey pulls himself up on Batistas body. Dave, looking down, instructs Rey to stay down, but as Rey continues to drag himself up, the big man shakes his head in fury, and grips Rey, looking to put him away with the Batista Bomb … but as he gets him up … REY ROLLS THROUGH, sunset flip … but rolls through - and kicks the seated Batista in the skull!!! Going for all or nothing, he covers … 1...2...NO!!!!!

Mysterio doesn’t finish Batista - but he can sense an opportunity - with The Animal looking sluggish to reach his feet, and Rey runs off the ropes, past Big Dave, and back again, dropkicking the back of the knee, with Batista dropping, into the ropes … PERFECTLY SET UP … FOR THE 619!!! Rey dials it up, and swings … CONNECTING!!!!! Batista flops back out from the ropes, with Mysterio raising an arm, getting the fans on their feet … and leaps off … SPINEBUSTER!!!!!!!!!! Dave DRILLS Mysterio again, and this time, it might just signal the end!!! Batista bursts to life, shaking the ropes … thumbs up - thumbs DOWN. He turns, bending down to pick Rey up for the Batista Bomb … CRADLE - INSIDE CRADLE STUNS BATISTA … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Rey Mysterio @ 12:34
*Raw wins series 3-2*

Mysterio stuns The Animal!!!!! Raw scores a huge psychological victory over Smackdown heading into the Survivor Series, and it‘s ANOTHER monumental victory for the ultimate underdog!!! Rey leans back against the middle ropes, clearly spent, clearly battered - but his hand is raised in the air in victory, whilst Batista remains stunned - perched on one knee in the middle of the ring, shaking his head. Rey steps forward, possibly looking to shake hands -

AND WALKS RIGHT INTO A SPINEBUSTER FROM BATISTA!!!!!

The Animal - is unleashed!!! The reaction is mixed, with some outright appalled, but many just as pumped to see Batista go mad. Dave points down, trash talking Rey, before pushing by the official to exit the ring, and pushes past the workers on the outside as he reaches for a chair, and is heard muttering on camera about having ‘had enough’. He rolls back inside, slamming the chair down, and looks to position Rey for the Batista Bomb - ONTO THE CHAIR!!!

Batista puts Rey in position between his legs, hearing some clear boos … but before he can decide whether to go through with it, BROCK LESNAR hit’s the ring, kicking the chair out, and shoves Batista, asking him “The hell is wrong with you!?” Rey is thrown to the side now, and rolls to safety, as Batista and Lesnar now look set to come to blows - head to head in the middle of the ring, talking over one another, prodding into one anothers chests with their index finger, with Lesnar telling Dave he’s lost the plot, while Batista lets Brock know he’s sick of being bossed around by him…

… AND THEY BEGIN TO FIGHT!!!!!

Brock and Batista start to go blow for blow, as Finlay and London quickly rush to the ring to try and keep the peace, but London is pie faced by Batista, who tackles down Lesnar, with the Irishman arriving after London, and tries to pull the two apart from the mat. The bell rings to try and restore order, whilst MVP and Nick Nemeth arrive on the scene, with Cade bringing up the rear, as all seven members of Team Smackdown occupy the ring … at war with each other.

Cade cant help himself, and takes a cheap shot on MVP, as they now begin to fight, whilst Nemeth makes a point of barging by London as he tries to get back up from being thrown down to the mat. London grabs Nemeth, confronting him, before they then fight it out … with six of the seven members of the team now at odds, leaving just the veteran Finlay to try and stop the in fighting. The bell continues to ring, as J.R comments that Arn Anderson must be hating what he’s seeing right now - six days from the Survivor Series, his team is further apart than they’ve ever been…



And watching backstage with glee?? Eric Bischoff. Eric watches from his office, throwing his feet up on the desk - clearly confident - but his happy demeanour is soon changed, as SHAWN MICHAELS bursts into the office. HBK cuts to the chase, wanting Bischoff to confirm or deny what Kennedy claimed he said earlier … and Eric, whilst trying to back track, confirms that he did instruct the rest of Team Raw to leave Michaels out of the match early on. Bischoff though tries to explain, calling it a strategic move, with it being a 7 on 7 match - the first of its kind - and wants Michaels fresh for the latter stages of the match.

HBK though isn’t accepting of the reason, and reminds Eric he’s been kept out of the ring for the last two months specifically for Survivor Series - “and if you think I‘m just gonna stand by on the side of the apron while everyone else does the work, you got another thing comin, my friend.” Shawn slams his fists on the desk, and eyeballing Eric, explains that he’s sick of the snide claims from the likes of Lesnar and Kennedy that he’s “finished”, and intends on showing the world at the Survivor Series that “there’s plenty of life left in H-B-K”, and he intends “to show Kennedy and ESPECIALLY Brock Lesnar, that The Showstopper is still THE guy around here.”



Commercial Break

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At ringside, J.R and Coach run down the Survivor Series card, stacked from top to bottom, but as focus rests on the World Heavyweight Championship match, Coach leaves the commentary position, with J.R not only hyping the triple threat match on Sunday, but the upcoming Playas Club with John Cena coming face to face with Christian…

In the ring, Coach runs through his usual spiel, and reminds the fans that should Cena or Christian lay a finger on him, Big Zeke is standing by to make sure they regret it. After reminding the fans that Zeke holds a win over Cena and Christian “thanks to my tutelage”, Coach goes into hype mode for the triple threat at the Survivor Series, explaining that he would’ve liked all three competitors to be on his show, but “the powers that be didn’t think Umaga would be a great fit for a talk show.” After a few more lame jokes trying to put himself over, Coach cuts to the chase, and introduces the other contender for the title… JOHN CENA.

**MY TIME IS NOW**

Cena makes his way out, soaking up the always divided reaction, as he makes his way to the ring, whilst the show goes to its final commercial break of the night…

Commercial Break

Back live, before bringing out Christian, Coach has questions for Cena, and doesn’t waste time with a few softballs, instead asking the challenger, “how does it feel to have earned a shot at a title you have no right challenging for???” Cena shakes his head, laughing the question off, asking one in return, trying to deflect attention, asking Coach, “how does it feel to be in a commentary position you‘re not qualified for??” Coach calls Cena funny, and looks to use reverse psychology on him, commenting that if he doesn’t want to answer the question, that’s okay.

Cena pipes up though, and does give an answer, telling Coach that “as far as I‘m concerned, this is the title shot I shoulda had seven months ago. The circumstances … yeah, far from ideal, but having ‘no right’ to challenge for the title?? Way off the mark, Coach. Way off the mark.” Cena then tries to play the nice guy (as always), reminding Coach that he won the right to challenge for the title in a one on one match - not the triple threat that it’s become - and he hasn’t complained once, “even though I got every right to be pissed about it.” Coach still doesn’t agree, and while giving Cena some credit by saying he should’ve had a rematch directly after WrestleMania … “but that window closed a long time ago, pal.”

Shaking his head, Cena tells Coach he doesn’t agree, stating that he’s making right the wrongs from seven months ago, “and righting wrongs is a thing I thrive at, Coach. I should‘ve beat Christian at WrestleMania, and at the Survivor Series - even with Umaga involved - I‘ll right the wrong.” Cena then informs Coach that last week, Christian wronged him with a cheap Unprettier after their match, and once the champion comes to the ring, Coach might have a problem, “because that‘s another wrong I intend to right.”

**JUST CLOSE YOUR EYES**

As if on cue, The World Heavyweight Champion makes his way out, to a great reaction as always, as Cena begins to pace in the ring, clearly ready for a fight with Captain Charisma, as J.R reminds the fans that Christian planted Cena with an Unprettier after their tag team loss last Monday - as it appeared Cena could’ve saved Christian from a loss … but decided not to. Christian makes his way to the ring, stepping onto the apron, clearly seen asking Cena “You wanna go??” But, Cena takes a step back, with cooler heads prevailing on this occasion. Christian plays to his fans on the turnbuckle, before stepping down, with the music dying down, and the tension rises up.

Coach tries to get both men to sit, but neither looks set to do that - preferring to stand, with Coach accepting their choice, quipping, “yeah, I guess sitting is just too mainstream.” Coach tries to get to business, but Christian speaks over him, taking umbrage to Cenas earlier comments about last weeks Unprettier, explaining to Cena that what happened wasn’t wrong - it was more than deserved. “You had the chance to save the match, and you … well John, you chickened out.” After allowing the fans to react to the ‘chicken’ line, Christian reminds Cena that he could’ve stopped the Samoan Spike, but he stood by and watched-

“To teach you a lesson, pal.” Cena cuts Christian off, reminding the champ that he told Cena he didn’t want or need his help, “but clearly you did want it, and you absolutely needed it.” Christian smirks, agreeing that he did tell Cena he didn’t want or need his help, “but I didn’t think you‘d be dumb enough to think that applied to when we had to team up.” Christian says he doesn’t want Cenas help, he doesn’t want to team up with him at the Survivor Series … “but come on(!!), if we‘re in a tag team match, I‘d think it goes without saying.”

Cena argues, telling Christian that he went too far, nailing him with an Unprettier, reminding the champ that he could’ve taken Christians head off two weeks ago with a chair, but didn’t. “Yeah, but I bet you wish you had.” Smiling, Christian accuses Cena of being a fake, saying that he’s said it all before in the run up toward WrestleMania, “but I think it‘s worth repeating. You‘re a phoney, John. You desperately wanted to take my head off with that chair two weeks ago … but you thought about it. You thought about your nice guy image. You thought about how your fans would react if that phoney mask was removed and we got to see the real John Cena. You thought about the kids you‘ve drawn in, and you thought better.”

“Because, hey, you hit me with a chair, and suddenly, you‘re not the role model these kids parents want. They wont buy the merchandise for the kids, you want make all the money you‘ve been making. And that‘s what it‘s all about for you, isn’t it?? That bottom line, the almighty dollar. See, the way I see it Cena, it‘s not about (holding up the title) this. It‘s not about following the greats that have held the World Title. For you, it‘s about the power it brings. You hold this?? You get the main events, you make more money - THAT is why you‘ve been so damn desperate to get it back. I worked my entire career to reach the mountain top - not for the money, but the glory - to etch my name in history. You?? You might pretend that‘s what matters … but John, for you, it‘s all about making more money.”

With the accusations levelled at Cena, Coach chimes in, asking Cena to be honest, and admit if there is truth in anything Christian says. Emphatically, Cena shakes his head, and quietly responds, telling Christian he isn’t in it for the money, and the reason he didn’t hit him with the chair two weeks ago is because it wouldn’t have been the right thing to do. “Tempted?? Yeah. Yeah, I was tempted. I‘ve had to watch you hold the title I deserve for the last seven months. I‘ve had to watch you bask in the glory that I should‘ve been getting. Instead, I went through the worst six months of my career. I didn’t headline the biggest Summerslam of all time, and just to get back in the hunt, I ended up isolating myself from the rest of the Raw locker room. So yeah, yeah, I was tempted. But … I thought better of it. Not because of how people would react … but because it was the right thing to do.”

Christian isn’t buying it, and touches on the fact that Cena held Bischoff to ransom to get a #1 Contenders match he didn’t earn or deserve, alienating the Raw locker room in the process, telling Cena to “cry me a river”. He continues, saying that Cena needs to stop portraying himself as a victim, “because you wont be getting any sympathy from me. There are guys back there that haven‘t - and will most likely never experience what it’s like to be world champion … I was almost one of them … but they would never pull a stunt like you did to try and get ahead. Some of those guys, like William Regal, have spent two decades trying to become World Champion … yet you sold out after six months of falling down the pecking order.”

Cena is visibly getting angry now, and Christian knows it, asking him if he’s touched a nerve. Almost goading Cena, Christian asks him if he’s ready to snap, “but take a moment to think about the ramifications, John. A cheap shot on me tonight … that‘s less John Cena caps being sold at the concession stand on the way home. Wouldn’t want that.” Coach looks pensive as a bystander, but sensing the words could soon turn to actions, he chips in again, telling the pair that he does have some questions - but Cena cuts him off. Telling Coach to shut up, Cena eyes Christian, telling the champ he’s had enough of his character being questioned, “no, I wont take a cheap shot - because that‘s not how I operate. But … I will kick yo ass all over San Jose.”

Cena removes his cap, and his shirt, giving Christian fair warning, with the champ throwing down the belt, preparing himself, readying himself for the fight, as Coach decides to head for safer ground, with the fans coming alive, ready to see the two men come to blows … BEFORE THE FIGHT BEGINS!!!!!! Cena and Christian waste no time, throwing blows back and forth, with Cena getting the better of the fist fight, beating Christian into the corner, and opens up with shots to the body. Back out of the corner, Cena tips over the couch, making room, but Christian rushes out of the corner, tackling Cena to the mat, pounding him ferociously, before rising to his feet, and sizing the former champion up. Cena struggles to his feet … and Christian hooks him up … UNPRETTIER - NO!!! Cena wriggles free, and then scoops Christian up, FU - NO!!!

Christian elbows free, and turns Cena over once more, looking for the UNPRETTIER again - NO!!!! Cena escapes once more, and trips Christian down, looking for the STFU … but Christian scrambles, trying to prevent the hold from being locked in … and turns over, kicking Cena away!!! Captain Charisma gets back up, and charges toward Cena once more, but is FLATTENED with a clothesline!!!!! The champion rolls toward the corner, and as he pulls himself up, Cena takes a look at the World Title belt, seemingly considering using it … but decides not to pick it up, and instead rushes toward the corner … SEESAW KICK FROM CHRISTIAN!!!!! Cena stumbles back out of the corner, as Christian loads up, knocking Cena over the top with a clothesline!!!

**VIRTUAL VOODOO**

And, just as Christian gets set to follow Cena out … the daunting music of the Samoan Bulldozer hits, turning his attention elsewhere!!! The champion turns, gearing himself up for a fight with Umaga, as the smiling Estrada leads his savage down the aisle, and as he reaches the bottom of the aisle, yelling out, “Don’t forget about de third man in this - HA HA - equation.” They stop though, with Umaga glaring toward the ring … as Christian challenges Umaga to enter … but Estrada smirks, and wags his finger to indicate ‘no’, before mouthing “Sunday, pero … Sunday.” Estrada then backs up, telling Umaga to come with him … with Christians glare focused on the pair …

… AS CENA RE-ENTERS THE RING, SPINNING HIM AROUND … ONTO HIS SHOULDERS … FU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cena drops Christian!!!!! Cena leaves the champion laid out, to a heavily mixed reaction from the fans, which he acknowledges, before reaching down, and is picked up on camera saying, “that‘s for last week.” Cena stands up, signalling to his fans, as his music plays, before taking one last look at the World Title on the canvas, with a slow nod … whilst Christian remains out on the canvas … as Raw goes off the air.

END OF SHOW


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Official Card for The 21st Annual WWE Survivor Series:
Date: 11th November 2007
Location: Staples Centre, Los Angeles California
Event Music: Puddle of Mudd; Famous


World Heavyweight Championship | Triple Threat Match:
Christian vs. John Cena vs. Umaga

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
The Brian Kendrick vs. Bryan Danielson

Womens Championship | Best of 5 Series; Match 5:
!! THE FIRST EVER LADIES LADDER MATCH !!
Beth Phoenix vs. Mickie James

Last Ride Match:
The Undertaker vs. Edge

----------

!! BATTLE OF THE BRANDS !!
~ First EVER 7 on 7 Survivor Series Elimination Match ~
!! LOSING GENERAL MANAGER IS FIRED !!
TEAM RAW
Team Captain; Shawn Michaels &
Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, Mr. Kennedy, The Master Craftsmen & Ken Doane
vs.
TEAM SMACKDOWN
Team Captain; Brock Lesnar &
U.S Champ. Paul London, Batista, Garrison Cade, Finlay, Nick Nemeth & M.V.P

5 on 5 Survivor Series Elimination Match:
~ If The Brotherhood win; Shelton Benjamin reclaims the Intercontinental Title ~
~ If Team Hardy win; The Brotherhood must disband ~
THE BROTHERHOOD
Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, JTG, Monty Brown, Theodore Long
vs.
TEAM HARDY
Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, CM Punk, Greg Helms, William Regal

5 on 5 Survivor Series Elimination Match:
THE LEGEND KILLERS
Randy Orton, Bob Orton, Chris Harris, James Storm & ???
vs.
THE WHOLE DAM STYLIN’ PROFILIN’ EXTREME CONNECTION
Ric Flair, Rob Van Dam, Tommy Dreamer, Carlito & Kofi Kingston

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WWE Superstars | November 7 2007


Grisham and Lawler open the show, hyping the main event - a preview of sorts for the Survivor Series on Sunday - Smackdowns Jeff Hardy versus Raws Monty Brown, with NO ONE permitted to be ringside & in another Raw versus Smackdown contest, Los Latinos meet Deuce & Domino.

In the opening match of the night, it is the Smackdown duo of Los Latinos that defeat Raws tandem of Deuce & Domino, with Chavo nailing the Gory Bomb on Domino to win the match for his team @ 06:20

**VIDEO PACKAGE**

The video opens very cinematically, on a huge ship, in the middle of the ocean, with the ships name seen - RMS Titanic.

The video cuts to the bow of the ship, where two men - clearly dressed from the early 1900’s - are looking ahead at the beautiful scenery. In a clear rip off of a scene from the James Cameron blockbuster film ‘Titanic’, the Leonardo DiCaprio look-a-like climbs up, leaning over the edge…

Young Man: WOOO!!!

Second Man: I can see the statue of liberty already … very small of course.

Beaming with a smile, the first man continues to stand up on the railing, over the edge of the ship.

Young Man: I’M THE KING OF THE WORRRRRRRLLLLDDDD!!!! WOOO!!! WOO HOO!!!!! WOOOOO!!! YEE-HAAAAW!!! AWOOO-

~ SMACK!!!

The young man gets smashed from behind with a steel chair, and topples over the edge, and falls into the sea!!! The camera fans from the second mans point of view, showing … BRENT ALBRIGHT holding the chair!!!

Albright smirks, faking to hit the second man with a chair, with the man running off in fear. Albright steps forward, peering over the edge of the ship, and with a smirk…

Brent Albright: Well I’m the King of the Ring, Jack.

The Survivor Series logo then flashes across the screen.

Narrator: On November 11, the WWE presents Hollywoods Biggest Blockbuster of 2007 … The Twenty first annual SURVIVOR SERIES!!! And the WWE superstars are tearing up the script!!


WWE SURVIVOR SERIES | NOVEMBER 11 | LOS ANGELES CA
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
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Gail Kim defeats a game Maria in a face versus face contest, besting the red head via submission @ 04:10

Evan Bourne defeats a local jobber @ 03:56 with the Air Bourne.

**VIDEO PACKAGE**

~ BLOCKBUSTER SURVIVOR SERIES MEMORY ~
1994

BOB BACKLUND RECAPTURES THE WW(F)E TITLE, BEATING BRET HART IN A SUBMISSION MATCH, WHEN THE DEVILISH OWEN HART TALKS HIS MOTHER INTO THROWING THE TOWEL IN, AND ENDING BRETS EIGHT MONTH TITLE REIGN.

WWE SURVIVOR SERIES | NOVEMBER 11 2007 | LOS ANGELES, CA
!! HOLLYWOODS BIGGEST BLOCKBUSTER OF 2007 !!
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***

In the main event, Jeff Hardy overcomes the impressive Monty Brown, avoiding the Pounce to then connect with his version of the Twist of Fate, before finishing him off with the Swanton Bomb @ 10:12 to give Team Hardy more momentum heading into the Survivor Series.

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Wolf Beast you sure know how to bring a show around. Everything has a great build to it! I will try and go more in detail later but I can't wait to see who is Orton's fifth man on his team.
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Still reading this RELIGIOUSLY, Wolfy.

Simply phenomenal work each and EVERY show.

But you already know that

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Still reading this RELIGIOUSLY, Wolfy.

Simply phenomenal work each and EVERY show.

But you already know that

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Any hopes of a comeback? It'd make my year. Go on. Do it.

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Friday Night Smackdown | November 9 2007 | Fresno CA


Opening Video

No Pyro

Instead, Team Flair open proceedings, talking about wanting retribution against Orton, with Flair, RVD and Dreamer getting mic time to talk about Ortons actions over the past year, declaring that karma is a bitch, and it’s coming knocking for Orton on Sunday, with the three of them not only out for blood for themselves, but for Chris Jericho, Nick Dinsmore and David Flair too.

Carlito and Kofi also get a brief chance to talk, mentioning their ongoing problems with the Murdochs, putting that to the side for now, and stating that they’ve still got a score to settle with AMW, ‘knowing’ that they are better than the WWE Tag Team Champions, and intend on finally proving it on Sunday.

**VOICES**

Orton now leads out his troops, touching on tonight’s six man tag where he and AMW take on Van Dam, Carlito and Kofi, telling them it’s just a taster of what to expect at the Survivor Series. He then moves on, saying he finds it funny that-

Darkness.

***
VIDEO PACKAGE

The music of the Johnny Cash song ‘Gods Gonna Cut You Down’ plays, as the camera travels from the boots of an unknown wrestler, with split shots of an array of burning buildings, explosions etc.

You can run on for a long time
Run on for a long time
Run on for a long time
Sooner or later, god’ll cut you down
Sooner or later, god’ll cut you down

The camera continues to travel up the leg and the mid section of the unknown wrestler, with the shots of untold horror continue to flash in too.

Go tell that long tongue liar,
Go and tell that midnight rider
Tell the rambler
The gambler, the
Back biter
Tell ‘em that gods gonna cut you down
Tell em that gods gonna cut you down
Tell ‘em that gods gonna cut you dowwwwwn.

And the video finally reveals the superstar the video is based on - Randy Orton. It remains on the face of the WWE Champion, until fading out, with the following words eventually filling the screen…

SOONER OR LATER …

… HIS ARMAGEDDON …

… WILL ARRIVE.

END VIDEO
***

Orton, initially spooked by the videos previously, is now flat out annoyed, telling Flair that mind games wont work on him, and the only ‘Armageddon’ on the horizon is Flairs. “Because on Sunday, I intend on doing to you what I should‘ve done a year ago. Not just hound you into retirement … but to put you there, permanently.” He then gets back to his point, saying that while Flair and co are dedicating Survivor Series to the other guys Orton has put on the shelf … his final team member happens to be one of them…

As … NICK DINSMORE steps through the curtain!!!!!

The fans are rightly taken aback, as Orton puts an arm around Dinsmore, informing the fans that ‘The Prodigy’ realised why he was punted four months ago - and he ‘thanks’ Orton for the tough love. Dinsmore takes the mic, nodding - agreeing with the rubbish Orton is talking - and says it took Ortons punt to realise how he had failed to live up to his promise … then turns to Orton to publicly thank him for helping him see the light!!!

Orton smiles, and looks down the ramp as the shocked, baffled, bemused five men in the ring, unable to fathom why Dinsmore would want to come to the aid of a man who put him on the shelf for four months. Even on commentary, Styles and Heyman cant help but be surprised, with Styles calling Dinsmore a gutless coward for coming back to help Orton. In the ring, Flair doesn’t even respond, but RVD takes the mic, telling Dinsmore he’s a fool, and on Sunday, he’ll realise he made a big mistake by coming back to help Orton.

On the stage though, Orton smirks, telling Flair and Co that he’ll see them later, clearly much more confident now that he has Dinsmore on side to complete his team, leaving the stage, and leaving Team Flair to discuss the shocking return of Nick Dinsmore tonight…

Commercial Break

Joey Styles and Paul Heyman recap the previous segment, before moving on, revealing tonights main event as Team Smackdown participating in a tune up 7 on 7 elimination match - but don’t reveal the opposition (and you’ll see why later ), plus a six man tag match, serving as a preview of Team Orton versus Team Flair this Sunday; Orton & AMW vs. RVD & The Caribbean Connection, whilst The Brian Kendrick & Bryan Danielson also team up, just two days before facing each other at Survivor Series, whilst The James Boys take on Jamie Noble and a partner of his choice also - plus, the debut of Damien Sandow.

**NASTY GIRL**

Layla walks onto the stage, beaming from ear to ear, asking for attention, before introducing, “the new and improved … JAMES BOYS!!!”

**NASTY GIRL**

Just to show how whipped the pair are, they enter to Laylas theme … and sport a whole new look, leaving behind their old country roots for good, with a more upmarket style, with shorter hair cuts, designer glasses, sparkly leather trousers and matching waistcoats. Joey Styles has a fun time mocking the pair, laughing all over commentary, but Layla looks impressed, believing the new look will be the key to a new found success…

**A COUNTRY BOY CAN SURVIVE**

After getting over the initial laughter, Jamie Noble calms, apologising for laughing, but says that he couldn’t help it, after seeing the ‘new look’ for the James Boys, asking them how ‘Zoolander’ is keeping these days. Getting serious, Noble says he’s been looking for a tag team partner all week, but he’s found the perfect candidate to join him … another man who doesn’t hide what he is - but embraces it instead … his cousin; Nunzio!!!

**BROOKLYN**

Nunzio - not seen on Smackdown since … God knows when … arrives on stage for a one night only appearance, high fiving his ‘family’ member, with the pair rushing toward the ring, not wasting any time to get the action going!!!

Match 1:
The James Boys w/Layla vs. Jamie Noble & Nunzio
A good, action packed match, with Layla getting involved (obviously) to assist her boys, in an even, back and forth match up. The action breaks down when Nunzio applies the Sicilian Crab on Kacey, and Layla distracts the official to prevent him from seeing the tap. From there, Kassidy attacks Nunzio, with Noble then getting involved, resulting in a four man brawl. During the ensuing fight, Nunzio and Noble hit stereo cross bodies off the top to the outside, bringing the fight back into the ring, where Nunzio looks for the Sicilian Slice off the top, but Layla grabs his leg, and by the time he shrugs her off, Kacey is up, and throws Nunzio off the top!!!

He sends Nunzio off the ropes, with Noble making a blind tag off his partner, and as Kacey delivers a slam, Noble comes from behind, rolling Kacey up … 1...2...BROKEN BY KASSIDY!!! The James Boys now dump Nunzio from the ring, and distract the official to allow Layla to slap Noble - but when she goes for a second, he stops her, and with Kassidy seeing it, he looks to attack, but Noble sidesteps - with Kassidy colliding with Layla!!! Noble then dumps Kassidy out, as Nunzio nails Kacey from behind with a dropkick, into the path of Noble … AND A TIGER BOMB!!!!! He covers, with Nunzio looking for anyone trying to stop the cover, 1...2...3!!!!!
Winners: Jamie Noble & Nunzio @ 07:01

Noble does it!!!!! He (and Nunzio) beat The James Boys, with Noble proving that it DOESN’T matter how you look - as Kacey and Kassidy remain winless on Smackdown after nearly FOUR months. All three of Layla, Kacey and Kassidy are in disarray, with Layla holding her ankle in pain, whilst Kassidy sits up, shaking his head on the outside, and Kacey remains sprawled on the canvas.

Noble and Nunzio enjoy their win, with Noble making sure he has Laylas attention, as if to prove his point with his arm raised, before eyeing Kassidy, and telling him, “Good luck, kid - you‘re gonna need it.” Nunzio joins Noble in leaving the ring, with the pair jubilant in their victory, as Smackdown heads to a commercial…

Commercial Break

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***



Backstage, Bryan Danielson is seen lacing his boots, preparing for his tag team match with Kendrick later, when TBK enters the room, sitting down beside his challenger on Sunday - looking far more friendly than he was after Danielson earned his title shot last week. Kendrick asks if Danielson is ready for tonight, with Bryan nodding, but questions why they are teaming up. Kendrick reveals that HE requested it, claiming he wants to see if Danielson really is ready to challenge for the CW title, saying that “if I don’t think you‘re ready, I‘ll let you know. Because the last thing I want to do is humiliate you at the Survivor Series.”

Danielson plays along, nodding - knowing Kendrick is (again) full of it - and tells the champion “I appreciate you looking out for me, thanks.” Kendrick doesn’t realise that Danielson is being sarcastic, and accepts the compliment, before telling Bryan to remember who the star is, informing him that they’ll both be entering to Kendricks music, and for Danielson to follow his lead. “Remember, you need to prove to me that you‘re worthy, okay??” Danielson nods, with Kendrick ruffling his challengers hair, muttering, “follow my lead, and you‘ll be fine, kiddo. See ya out there.” TBK exit’s the room, leaving Danielson to watch on - grinning.



Elsewhere, Nick Nemeth is commiserating with Layla over her teams loss tonight, but soon makes his excuses and leaves the conversation, seeing Paul London in the distance. Nemeth catches up with the United States Champion, looking to clear the air over what happened on Raw between them. London is unsure of Nemeths attentions, but accepts the apology, before Nemeth pipes up again. Nick tells Paul that he is willing to be a team player tonight and on Sunday, “but it‘s only for my own benefit. I‘ll be a team player - but don’t get it wrong. I want what you got.”

London pulls the title belt off his shoulder, not backing away from Nemeth, and tells him that he’s fought off every challenge thus far, “and I‘ll see you off too.” With a smile, Nemeth responds, “No. Not this one. Not me. I‘m the real deal. You haven‘t met a challenge like this, golden boy. The end of the line is comin for you, Paul. It‘s coming real quick.” Nemeth salutes, as he backs off, walking away, leaving London to stew, watching on, as the camera fades out.



Commercial Break

**VIDEO PACKAGE**

The video opens very cinematically, in black and white, inside a mansion, and the first thing we see is a crying Melina. Sobbing, she calls out;

Melina: CHRISTIAN!!!

She runs down the stairs.

Melina: CHRISTIAN!! CHRISTIAN!!

Melina runs, catching up with Christian at the front door of the house. Wearing a ridiculous fake moustache, imitating Clark Gable in ‘Gone With The Wind’, Christian turns, with Melina grabbing his arm.

Melina: If you go … where shall I go, what shall I do??

Cheesing it up, Christian pauses.

Christian: Frankly my dear … I don’t give a damn.

He walks out the door, then turns back.

Christian: I’m going to Survivor Series - and that’s how I roll.

He turns again, and walks off into the smoke, leaving Melina to sob by the door.

Melina: There must be some way for me to go!!

The Survivor Series logo then flashes across the screen.

Narrator: On November 11, the WWE presents Hollywoods Biggest Blockbuster of 2007 … The Twenty first annual SURVIVOR SERIES!!! And the WWE superstars are tearing up the script!!


WWE SURVIVOR SERIES | NOVEMBER 11 | LOS ANGELES CA
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
***



In the ring, Sonjay Dutt and Daivari stand and wait for their opponents …

**MAN WITH A PLAN**

Entering together, the two men who tussle for the Cruiserweight title on Sunday, with The Brian Kendrick leading the way, giving Danielson instructions on their way to the ring.

Match 2:
Sonjay Dutt & Daivari vs. The Brian Kendrick & Bryan Danielson
Kendrick instructs Danielson to start the match, which he dutifully does, getting the better of Dutt, schooling him on the mat … leading to some jealousy it seems from Kendrick, who demands a tag - which Danielson keenly gives. Kendrick then tries to show off to try and upstage his counterpart … but isn’t quite as glossy as the classy Danielson, and his posturing nearly costs his team the match, with Dutt and Daivari taking over. TBK is forced to dig down to fight back, fighting off Daivari, before quickly tagging Danielson back in, oddly telling the #1 Contender “follow that.”

Danielson picks up from where he left off, but soon, Dutt and Daivari double up to take him down, putting him on the back foot. Throughout, Kendrick looks pleased to see his challenger taking a beating, giving Danielson no encouragement, but mocking him, shouting toward him, “come on, man - this is pathetic!!” Eventually, the impressive Danielson sparks a fight back, and after creating space, he looks to tag in Kendrick … but Kendrick shakes his head, telling Danielson “impress me!! Do it yourself!!!”

Danielson looks angered, but before he can argue, Dutt races across the ring, but the undefeated newcomer side steps, and sends him out of the ring, before being attacked by the legal man, Daivari. Daivari hammers Danielson down - seemingly much to the delight of Kendrick on the apron, and scores a near fall off a neck breaker. He then drags the #1 Contender up and looks to be setting up for a brain buster, but as he gets Danielson up, Bryan manages to land behind him, and tangles him up … CRUCIFIX PIN … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winners: Bryan Danielson & The Brian Kendrick @ 06:47

Danielson pulls it off!!! The undefeated #1 Contender for the Cruiserweight title scores the win … but is attacked from behind - instantly - by the returning Sonjay Dutt!!! Dutt and Daivari put the boots to Danielson, looking over their shoulders for Kendrick … but the Cruiserweight champion just watches from the apron. Dutt and Daivari get Danielson up, and after a brief fight back from the #1 Contender, they get the better of him, with Dutt eventually nailing the Bombay Buster!!!

Now, Dutt and Daivari leave the ring, with boos ringing out for the cowardly Cruiserweight champion on the apron, who stays there for a moment, before dropping down and collecting his title belt. Rolling back inside the ring, Kendrick holds the title belt up, trashing the booing fans, before bending down, telling Danielson, “after what I just saw, you‘re not ready for this. You‘re not ready for the step up, kid. Maybe some other time, may-” - DANIELSON TRIPS KENDRICK … AND APPLIES CATTLE MUTILATION!!!!! Danielson traps Kendrick in the hold again, with Kendrick unable to escape … AND HE TAPS!!!

Danielson leaves the hold locked on for good measure, with Kendrick continuously tapping, screaming in pain, before Bryan finally releases. His music starts to play again, as he picks up the title belt now, with the writhing champion looking up, reaching for his belt, wanting it back, pointing at himself, as Danielson looks down, dropping the belt on Kendrick, before telling him “no more playing around. Time‘s up.” Danielson leaves the ring with his message sent to the champion - the #1 Contender is finished playing games, and come Sunday - it’s all business!!! In the ring, Kendrick looks crestfallen, knowing that he perhaps truly isn’t good enough to stop Danielson from taking the title from him…

Commercial Break

Backstage, the camera shows Batista and Garrison Cade sat across from one another, glaring at each other, before panning out to show the Smackdown GM Arn Anderson, stood at the end of the table. Anderson thanks the pair for coming to see him, and reminds them that this Sunday isn’t just about brand supremacy, but that his job is at stake too. Double A tells the pair that he cant afford for them to come to blows again on Sunday - especially if it comes down to the two of them to bring the victory home … and he has an offer for them.

Placing a contract on the table, Anderson explains that win or lose this Sunday, the contract he has written up will be iron clad, and will see Batista and Cade settle their differences once and for all at Armageddon - provided that they can co-exist on Sunday. He makes the point again, driving it home, explaining that if they cannot co-exist, regardless of the outcome of the match - even if he isn’t GM of Smackdown anymore - the match CANT happen … but for it to be confirmed, all they need to do is get along - regardless of a win or loss at the Survivor Series.

Anderson asks the pair if they think it’s possible … with neither saying a word initially - too busy trying to stare out the other - Batista finally speaks, but doesn’t take his eyes off Cade, simply saying “Works for me.” Cade follows, “me too”, with The Animal then standing up, eyeing Anderson, “we done?” Arn nods, telling the pair that’s good enough for him, allowing the pair to leave, with Batista heading out first, but not before Cade has the last word, disingenuously telling Batista he cant wait to team up later in the 7 on 7 tune up. Batista ignores it, and leaves, whilst Cade sits back in the chair, smiling.



Elsewhere, cameras pick up the arrival of Edge, with Styles and Heyman commenting that rumours have been swirling that The Undertaker is in the building too … and that Edge is set to call out The Deadman - TONIGHT!!!!



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“THE INTELLECTUAL SAVIOUR OF THE MASSES”
COMING TO SAVE SMACKDOWN; NEXT
***

Commercial Break

Scotty Too Hotty is in the ring, waiting for the arrival of his opponent, waving to the fans …

**ALELUYA DE EL MESIAS**

The grand theme welcomes the latest addition to the Smackdown roster, and, decked out in his fancy blue robe, Damien Sandow lectures the fans on his way to the ring, calling for silence (met by boos), before telling the fans that he has arrived to educate the audience, and, using big words, instantly gets the ire of the fans. He reaches the ring, and points to Scotty, claiming that Scotty represents what is wrong with people today, mocking his hair style, stating that “absolutely no one wishes to see your … Worm” and claiming that Scotty is not a role model that the fans should hold in high regard - claiming that supporting the likes of Scotty Too Hotty is why so many of the fans in the audience are unwashed miscreants.

Calling himself a beacon of enlightenment, Sandow promises to eradicate such unabashed scoundrels like Scotty on his path toward cleansing the WWE of all the intellectually challenged, and educating them how they can change, whilst populating the WWE with a new generation of presentable gentlemen - “such as myself”. Taking off his robe, Sandow tells the audience “You‘re welcome”, but as soon as he finishes … SCOTTY NAILS HIM WITH A BULLDOG!!!!! And the bell rings to start the match!!!!!

Match 3:
Scotty Too Hotty vs. Damien Sandow
Scotty has the fans roused, and he signals for the WORM!!! He hops, and snakes … but before he can hit the move, Sandow is up, and DRILLS Scotty with a boot to the face!!! Sandow fixes himself and takes a deep breath, before dragging Scotty back up to his feet, and delivers a Russian Leg Sweep, rolling through, back to his feet. He then winds up with a fancy elbow drop, and pulls Scotty to his feet again, delivering a Straight Jacket Neckbreaker!!! Into the cover, Sandow looks out to the fans, as the count is made, 1...2...3!!!
Winner: Damien Sandow @ 00:46

Sandow gets off to a winning start on Smackdown, despite an early scare, and celebrates his victory with dignity, trying to show his class, with Styles calling it an impressive debut from the “self professed intellectual saviour of the unwashed masses.”



**VIDEO PACKAGE**

~ BLOCKBUSTER SURVIVOR SERIES MEMORY ~
2006

IN A SHOCKING MOMENT, KURT ANGLE SUBMIT’S THE UNDERTAKER WITH THE ANKLELOCK IN THE OPENING MATCH OF LAST YEARS EVENT TO BE THE SOLE SURVIVOR OF JBL’S TEAM - MARKING THE FIRST TIME EVER THAT THE DEADMAN WOULD LOSE A MATCH VIA SUBMISSION.

WWE SURVIVOR SERIES | NOVEMBER 11 2007 | LOS ANGELES, CA
!! HOLLYWOODS BIGGEST BLOCKBUSTER OF 2007 !!
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
***



And, watching the moment backstage - The Undertakers Survivor Series opponent, Edge. Edge keenly watches the footage, looking intensely focused, two nights away from the potentially career defining Last Ride match.



Back into the arena…

**VOICES**

Leading out his entire team (although only he and AMW are in action) Randy Orton walks down the aisle, focused on the ring, not even acknowledging the words of his dad on the way, with Styles and Heyman talking over the shocking reveal earlier tonight that Nick Dinsmore would be the fifth man on his team - despite Orton putting him on the shelf for four months. Dinsmore though, looks content to stand side by side with Orton, as they reach the ring, waiting for the opposition … next.

Commercial Break

Back live, Orton stands in the ring with AMW, whilst Dinsmore and Bob Orton stand on the outside … awaiting the arrival of RVD and the Caribbean Connection…

**ONE OF A KIND**

RVD bounces onto the stage, looking lively, as Carlito and Kofi join him … as the suited Ric Flair, and the ECW shirted Tommy Dreamer join them to even the numbers on the outside.

Match 4 | SIX MAN TAG TEAM MATCH:
Randy Orton & Americas Most Wanted vs. Rob Van Dam & Caribbean Connection
An excellent six man contest, with the outside factors having little input early on, apart from Randy Orton trying to goad Flair, who has to be talked down from the apron by Dreamer and RVD. As expected, the action is tremendous, with plenty of history throughout the match playing up, with AMW trying to prove a point to Carlito and Kofi having nearly lost the titles three times during their poor run, and RVD tenacious as ever, wanting a piece of the WWE Champion. The heel trio target Carlito eventually, but after a period of working him over, he makes a comeback, and a hot tag to Kofi, sparking a mass brawl … with the faces coming out on top, forcing the heels to back off, and regroup on the outside, looking for a break, as the show heads into a commercial.

Commercial Break

{/SECOND HOUR}

Back to the action, and Harris is in control over Kingston, with the bottom falling out for the face team during the commercial as Orton got the upper hand on Kingston, hitting his Hangmans DDT (whilst reminding RVD about the move) for a near fall, which was broken by RVD, and nearly led to another mass brawl. Kofi desperately hangs on, fighting to survive, as Orton and AMW enjoy taking him apart for a period, but despite having their fun - they cant finish him off. Harris and Storm are unable to deliver the Death Sentence, with Flair getting involved to shove Harris off the top, and sees a stand off on the outside, leading to a distraction in the ring … WITH KOFI ABLE TO CAPITALISE … TROUBLE IN PARADISE TO STORM!!!!! Kingston then looks to make a desperate tag … AND DOES!!!!!

Van Dam makes the tag, and it’s ‘vintage’ RVD, going through all his signature spots, with Storm unable to match him, whilst Orton takes punishment from Van Dam for trying to cut him off. However, after Rolling Thunder, RVD perches himself up top for the Five Star … ONLY TO BE SHOVED BY DINSMORE!!!!! The Prodigy makes his mark, and it sparks ANOTHER fight on the outside, as Bob Orton and Flair trade blows, whilst Dreamer chases Dinsmore off with his Singapore Cane, up the ramp … whilst Orton sizes up RVD in the ring … RKO!!!!! As soon as Orton hits it though, Carlito and Kingston are on him, hammering Orton, whilst the official ends up getting accidentally nailed in the process.

Almost as soon as the referee goes down, Harris tries to stop Kofi, but Carlito grabs the Wildcat from behind - Back Cracker!!! Now, just as it seems Orton is in deep trouble … THE DAMN MURDOCHS RUSH TO THE RING!!!! Continuing their ongoing feud with Carlito and Kofi, Trevor and Festus attack the pair, fighting with them out of the ring, giving Orton a chance to recover. He now sizes up the recovering RVD … and it’s the sick sight that the fans are all too used to seeing now … with Orton preparing himself to hit the PUNT KICK!!! Flair tries to intervene, but Storm (now recovered) kicks at the ropes to stop the Nature Boy from entering. And, as Orton gets set to run up and kick …

DARKNESS!!!!!

***
VIDEO PACKAGE

The music of the Johnny Cash song ‘Gods Gonna Cut You Down’ plays, as the camera travels from the boots of an unknown wrestler, with split shots of an array of burning buildings, explosions etc.

You can run on for a long time
Run on for a long time
Run on for a long time
Sooner or later, god’ll cut you down
Sooner or later, god’ll cut you down

The camera continues to travel up the leg and the mid section of the unknown wrestler, with the shots of untold horror continue to flash in too.

Go tell that long tongue liar,
Go and tell that midnight rider
Tell the rambler
The gambler, the
Back biter

Tell ‘em that gods gonna cut you down
Tell em that gods gonna cut you down
Tell ‘em that gods gonna cut you dowwwwwn.

And the video finally reveals the superstar the video is based on - Randy Orton. It remains on the face of the WWE Champion, until fading out, with the following words eventually filling the screen…

SOONER OR LATER …

… HIS ARMAGEDDON …

… WILL ARRIVE.

END VIDEO
***

The lights return, with Orton ready to flip out, shouting out “What the hell is this about!?”, looking around, wanting answers … but gets a SPIN KICK FROM VAN DAM INSTEAD!!!!! Van Dam nails Orton, and now, with Flair dragging Storm from the ring, he leaps up top … FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH TO ORTON!!!!! The fans cheer, the referee comes to, and the count is made … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winners: Rob Van Dam & The Caribbean Connection @ 18:28

It’s a huge win heading into the Survivor Series for Flairs team, with Bob Orton instantly pulling his son from the ring, making sure Flair cant get his hands on Randy before Sunday. Bob holds his son up, as AMW regroup with the Ortons on the aisle, as Flair and RVD (with Carlito and Kofi brawling through the crowd with Trevor & Festus, and Dreamer & Dinsmore out of sight) stand tall in the ring, with Flair calling Randy a coward, repeatedly shouting “SUNDAY!!!” as Ortons team back track up the aisle, in a mess.

Commercial Break

Backstage, Josh Mathews stands by with Brock Lesnar, asking him a host of questions regarding tonight’s tune up for Survivor Series and the togetherness of Team Smackdown as a whole. Lesnar informs Josh that he and Arn together decided that they needed a tune up tonight after “the mess on Monday”, and confidently proclaims that while the team mates might not like each other, they’re too proud as individuals to let it get in the way of the challenge that lies ahead - “and we intend on proving we‘re ready for Sunday, tonight.”

Asked about his thoughts on how Team Raw have prepared for Sunday, Lesnar smirks, saying it’s funny that he and Arn have been on the same page from the moment he became captain … whilst Bischoff and Michaels have been at odds from day one, “and in my opinion, that doesn’t bode well for Raw.” He touches on the fact that Michaels doesn’t have the support of his team, with Kennedy especially trying to overthrow him, whilst his own GM doesn’t seem to have faith in him either, making the point that Shawn Michaels hasn’t been in action since September, and Eric has told his team not to bring Shawn into the match until the latter stages.

Lesnar tells Mathews he isn’t concerned about Raw, stating that they have the better GM, the better team, and certainly a better leader. Going on, Brock tells Josh that the only thing that can stop Smackdown from prevailing on Sunday, is the team itself, but again confirms his belief that they will be a unit, tonight, and on Sunday. Then, MVP enters the picture, smirking, and nods, before telling Brock, “better team?? Yeah. Better GM?? Debateable. Better captain?? By default. Yeah, you‘re right, we‘re gonna win on Sunday - but it aint thanks to you, Brock. It‘ll be thanks … to me, Mr. 305, Smackdowns highest paid superstar - M-V-P.” Removing his glasses, MVP eyeballs Brock, before backing out, showing that perhaps there still IS dissention in the ranks…



Back in the arena…

**METALINGUS**

Edge emerges through the smoke, leather clad in his jacket and jeans, as he makes his way to the ring, the intense focus still etched on his face, with Styles and Heyman hyping the Last Ride match at the Survivor Series, and the fact that Edge is set to call The Deadman out tonight - NEXT!!!

Commercial Break

In the ring, Edge wastes no time, after briefly talking about meeting The Phenom this Sunday in a Last Ride match and informing the fans of just how badly you need to beat your opponent down to get them in the back of the hearse etc, cuts to the chase, saying he’s heard that The Undertaker is here tonight {POP}, and he doesn’t want to wait until Sunday - calling out The Deadman to see him, right here - right now. Throwing the mic down, Edge paces the ring, with Styles asking if he’s lost his mind …

**GRAVEYARD SYMPHONY**

Indeed, The Undertaker IS in the building, and the fans are in raptures to see the sight of the Phenom!!! The Deadman makes his way to the ring … BUT EDGE LEAVES THE RING AND MEETS HIM ON THE AISLE - THE FIGHT IS ON!!!!! Trading blows, Taker and Edge go at it, in a preview for the Survivor Series, battling around the ringside area, with Edge reversing a whip, sending Taker into the steel steps!!!! Slamming his head off the steps countless times, Edge trash talks Taker, almost justifying himself, telling Taker, “you‘re my route to the title, and I wont be stopped!!!”

On commentary, Heyman suggests that Edge wants this fight in order to weaken the Phenom ahead of Survivor Series - knowing he cant win a psychological battle, he wants to weaken The Deadman physically to get ahead before Sunday - and he’s doing a good job of it. Edge rolls Taker into the ring, and brings a steel chair inside with him, cracking the steel off the back of the Phenom, wearing the weapon out on his back, viciously assaulting Taker, bending the chair!!!

Edge throws the chair to the outside, and now perches himself … waiting for Taker to get up … AND LOOKS FOR A SPEAR … NO!!!!! Taker side steps him, Edge hit’s the corner, and staggers back out - BIG BOOT!!!!! The Deadman now looks to have recovered, and hauls Edge to his feet, and places him in position … loading up … FOR THE LAST RIDE … AND HE NAILS IT!!!!! Prophetically - just two days shy of the Survivor Series Last Ride match, Edge is the victim of a Last Ride!!!!

The Undertaker stands tall, having sent the message to Edge, getting the better of him tonight, with Edge’s entire career literally hanging on a victory on Sunday … it’s not a good sign for the Rated ‘R’ Superstar. As the lights dim and the Deadman takes a knee, Styles makes the pronouncement on commentary; “Tonight, Edge suffered a Last Ride at the hands of The Undertaker, but will it be his Last Ride on Sunday at the Survivor Series???”



Backstage, Arn Anderson rounds up the troops, trying to get them together with the main event, 7 on 7 elimination match coming up…

Commercial Break

Back from the commercial...

**VIDEO PACKAGE**

The video opens in a hallway, with a crazed looking Edge wearing a bad wig - dressed like Jack Nicholson in ‘The Shining’, stood outside a door.

Edge: Little pigs, let me come in!!

Inside the room, Maria (instead of a knife, as in the film) picks up a wooden spoon, and leans against the wall, stricken with fear.

Back outside the room, Edge stands by the door, still looking crazed.

Edge: Not by the hair on your chinny chin, chin. Then I’ll huff … and I’ll puff … and I’ll blow your house in!!

He steps back … then takes an AXE to the door, with Maria screaming - in a completely over the top manner.

Edge cracks a hole in the door, then pokes his head through.

Edge: HEREEEE’S EDGE!!!

He then reaches his hand through the door … and grabs a ticket for Survivor Series … then pulls away from the door, kissing the ticket.

Edge: Yes!!

Edge merrily walks off, ticket in hand, whilst Maria stays behind in the room.

Maria: Not my Survivor Series ticket!!

The Survivor Series logo then flashes across the screen.

Narrator: On November 11, the WWE presents Hollywoods Biggest Blockbuster of 2007 … The Twenty first annual SURVIVOR SERIES!!! And the WWE superstars are tearing up the script!!


WWE SURVIVOR SERIES | NOVEMBER 11 | LOS ANGELES CA
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
***



Back at ringside, Styles and Heyman run down the Survivor Series line up, one last time, recapping the fight, moments ago, where The Undertaker left Edge laying from a Last Ride, before finally focusing on the 7 on 7 Brand Supremacy match, in which the losing GM will be fired. With perfect timing, the camera then shows Raw GM, Eric Bischoff being escorted to a seat in the front row, showing off his ticket, coming for a close up view of the competition this Sunday, as Styles and Heyman both run down the former WCW President - no love lost for Bischoff from either man.

**WILD HORSES**

The Smackdown GM, Arn Anderson makes his way onto the stage, and handles the introductions for his time, running through, as each man comes out to their own music for a short period, Batista, Paul London, MVP, Nick Nemeth, Finlay, Garrison Cade, before finally the captain; Brock Lesnar.

As Lesnar enters, Smackdown heads off to another commercial (with still no mention of the frankly awful opposition the team are about to meet)

Commercial Break

Main Event | SEVEN ON SEVEN ELIMINATION MATCH:
Brock Lesnar, Batista, Garrison Cade, Finlay, MVP, Nick Nemeth & Paul London
vs.
Hardcore Holly, Chris Masters, X-Pac, Chuck Palumbo, Elix Skipper, Kid Kash & Mike Knox
It is just shooting ducks for Team Smackdown, with the opposition - despite some have tenure and plenty of accomplishments in their own right - not exactly setting the world alight. It doesn’t take long for the first elimination, with Brock Lesnar leading the way for the team, setting the example by dominating Kid Kash (before Kash bails and tags Knox) and despite a good effort from the biggest man on the opposing team, he is no match for Lesnar, and falls victim to an impressive F5, for the first 1...2...3!!!

ELIMINATED; MIKE KNOX BY BROCK LESNAR @ 02:10

Knox goes down, and with Lesnar now tagging out to give the others a chance to shine, a brief pissing contest develops between Batista and Cade - ala Raw a week ago when they teamed - with both men challenging the other to better what they just did, eventually forcing Anderson to remind them what’s at stake from the outside. Dave gets the message, and refocuses, drilling Skipper with a Spinebuster, then the Batista Bomb, scoring an emphatic 1...2...3!!!

ELIMINATED; ELIX SKIPPER BY BATISTA @ 04:01

Batista tags Cade back in, challenging him to ‘top that’, with Cade taking the challenge on, and drills Kid Kash with one brutal Heart Punch, stepping on his torso, for a more emphatic 1...2...3!!!

ELIMINATED; KID KASH BY GARRISON CADE @ 04:19

Cade makes his point, as Anderson instructs Cade to tag someone else in, ordering him to stand on the other side of the apron to avoid any more confrontation with Batista, and London enters, with the show going to the final commercial break of the night.

Commercial Break

Now, it’s Finlay in the ring, as the action is suddenly a little more even, with Hardcore Holly not going down without a fight - but Team Smackdown are still the dominant force. Finlay bests Holly, but after taking some punishment, tags in a fresh man - Nick Nemeth. Nemeth puts the boots to Holly, and cuts off a brief fight back, hanging him up on the ropes, before finishing the veteran off with the Ego Boost.

ELIMINATED; HARDCORE HOLLY BY NICK NEMETH @ 08:31

X-Pac is next to get involved, but after taking a beating from Brock Lesnar in the corner, dodges out of the ring, looking to avoid any more damage and simply walk out, Finlay chases him down, and THROWS the veteran back into the ring, right into the path of the team captain, and a Belly to Belly. Deciding to punish X-Pac for having the temerity to run away, Lesnar prolongs the finish, drilling Pac with a German suplex, then shows off his strength with a Gorilla Press, before finally putting the veteran away with the F5.

ELIMINATED; X-PAC BY BROCK LESNAR @ 10:56

Masters and Palumbo share glances at one another on the apron, neither particularly keen to get inside, but, showing some balls, Palumbo takes the responsibility, and steps in, taking the fight to Batista, but The Animal has too much for him, and overpowers Palumbo, before tagging in London again. Looking to make an impression, London scores with an enziguri, then climbs up top … AND SOARS WITH THE 450 SPLASH!!!!! However, Nemeth rushes into the ring, making the cover - as he made a blind tag when London was up top - 1...2...3!!!!!

ELIMINATED; CHUCK PALUMBO BY NICK NEMETH @ 13:45

And then, there was one. Chris Masters slowly steps inside, knowing what’s to come, and gallantly tries to fight the odds, taking cheap shots at everyone on the apron, but it’s to no avail, with Finlay bettering the Masterpiece, scoring with the Rolling Hills, before tagging Batista. Using Masters as a chance for everyone to show off, and send a message to the on looking (but unmoved) Bischoff, Batista scores with a running power slam, before MVP nails the Drive By kick. Nemeth drops a big elbow, before Cade delivers the Razors Edge, and London dropsaults Masters into the path of the (now) legal Lesnar, who finishes the job with the F5 … but just as with London and Nemeth moments ago, MVP blind tags Lesnar, just as he executes the move, and then rushes into the ring, stealing the pin, 1...2...3!!!!!

ELIMINATED; CHRIS MASTERS BY M.V.P @ 17:14
Winners: Team Smackdown @ 17:14

It’s a clean sweep for Smackdown, but even still - there are signs of dissention in the camp!! First, Cade and Batista trying to outdo one another, then Nemeth stealing a pin from London, and finally, MVP stealing the final fall from Lesnar. In the ring, Lesnar and MVP discuss the blind tag, as Finlay (again) plays peacemaker, whilst London points to Nemeth, and to the top rope, making his point - but Nemeth doesn’t seem to care.

As MVP and Lesnar continue to bicker, MVP is heard telling Lesnar that the important thing is that the team won, telling Brock that it isn’t all about him, before being pushed away. At ringside, Bischoff smirks, catching the eye of Anderson, who mouths at Bischoff that “we‘ll see who smiles on Sunday, Eric.” In the ring, Lesnar starts to cool off, with London talking to him, pointing to the back as if to say to leave it for tonight, and move on toward Sunday.

Lesnar stand stoic, but agrees, and Anderson ushers the team from the ring, with Lesnar still stood on his own, collecting his thoughts, possibly trying to keep his cool … but as the rest of the team leaves … a figure jumps the rail, sliding into the ring … IT’S SHAWN MICHAELS!!!!!! Lesnar hears the roars of the fans, and looks puzzled, turns around … SWEET CHIN MUSIC!!!!!

Shawn Michaels strikes a killer blow to Lesnar!!! And Eric Bischoff looks just as surprised as everyone else!!! Instantly, he darts from the ring, as the Smackdown team see what happens, and as he exits, Michaels points at his own GM, quickly telling him succinctly, “that‘s what I‘m capable of!!!”, before hopping the rail, and avoiding the wrath of the rest of Team Smackdown.

Batista, MVP and Finlay give chase, hopping the barrier after Michaels, whilst London slides into the ring to check on Brock, and on the outside, Cade grips Eric, believing him to be behind the run in - which he pleads that he knew nothing about. Arn shakes his head, telling security to get Eric out of here, telling the Raw GM it’s for his own good, before turning, and looking into the ring, where Lesnar starts to sit up, glassy eyes and all, a final message sent on the road to the Survivor Series from a pissed off and determined - ROGUE - Shawn Michaels.

END OF SHOW

***

Official Card for The 21st Annual WWE Survivor Series:
Date: 11th November 2007
Location: Staples Centre, Los Angeles California
Event Music: Puddle of Mudd; Famous


World Heavyweight Championship | Triple Threat Match:
Christian vs. John Cena vs. Umaga

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
The Brian Kendrick vs. Bryan Danielson

Womens Championship | Best of 5 Series; Match 5:
!! THE FIRST EVER LADIES LADDER MATCH !!
Beth Phoenix vs. Mickie James

Last Ride Match:
The Undertaker vs. Edge

----------

!! BATTLE OF THE BRANDS !!
~ First EVER 7 on 7 Survivor Series Elimination Match ~
!! LOSING GENERAL MANAGER IS FIRED !!
TEAM RAW
Team Captain; Shawn Michaels &
Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, Mr. Kennedy, The Master Craftsmen & Ken Doane
vs.
TEAM SMACKDOWN
Team Captain; Brock Lesnar &
U.S Champ. Paul London, Batista, Garrison Cade, Finlay, Nick Nemeth & M.V.P

5 on 5 Survivor Series Elimination Match:
~ If The Brotherhood win; Shelton Benjamin reclaims the Intercontinental Title ~
~ If Team Hardy win; The Brotherhood must disband ~
THE BROTHERHOOD
Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, JTG, Monty Brown, Theodore Long
vs.
TEAM HARDY
Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, CM Punk, Greg Helms, William Regal

5 on 5 Survivor Series Elimination Match:
THE LEGEND KILLERS
Randy Orton, Bob Orton, Nick Dinsmore, Chris Harris & James Storm
vs.
THE WHOLE DAM STYLIN’ PROFILIN’ EXTREME CONNECTION
Ric Flair, Rob Van Dam, Tommy Dreamer, Carlito & Kofi Kingston

PLEASE - NO PREDICTIONS YET.
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Just thought I should let you know you’re still the best going around, and if possible you seem to improve week by week. Everything just develops so fluently. I’m not going to review a show so much as this will just be a general post about, well, everything.

I think you’re doing a great job keeping the World Heavyweight Title picture fresh, despite it featuring the same names as it has for quite some time now. I’m certain you’re heading for an E&C main event, so I expect Christian to ward Umaga off eventually, and for Cena to fail to do what he did the previous year in capturing the belt around six weeks before WrestleMania.

There’s A LOT to like about the Bischoff/Anderson thing, and everyone that’s involved. Angle’s return and face turn (I’m guessing, although it’s obviously not being announced explicitly) comes at the right time, with him having done just about everything from a heel standpoint against the top guys on RAW. I’m expecting Angle/Umaga soon (WrestleMania? The timing seems right), although Angle/Kennedy has potential too once Kennedy has dealt with his pesky WM match with Triple H.

Kennedy is another I’m liking on RAW. The feud with John Cena (who I’ll get to in a moment) has been great in terms of elevating him, and the Triple H thing should put him over the top. It’ll be interesting when you pull the trigger with him, as there may not be room to do it on RAW, but I feel like you’re intent on it happening there. With Benjamin seemingly approaching a face turn and potential move into the main event too, you have a lot to work with there.

Cena’s heel turn has been built well. The interactions with Matt Hardy really solidified it happening, and I expect he’ll crack it when he finally can’t get it done one-on-one against Christian, which seems to be the only thing holding back the heel turn right now. If I had to guess, I’d say he’ll get Undertaker at WM, but then I may just have all of these matches wrong. There hasn’t been a whole lot of foreshadowing for that one too, so maybe you’ll do what you did with Cena/Orton and have Christian/Cena II at WM. Plus, there’s always Batista’s conflict with Undertaker too.

The actual gimmick behind the Bischoff/Anderson team match is good, because it kind of feels like they’ve both reached a point where they can go. I suspect it’ll be Bischoff, but I wouldn’t be surprised for Anderson to not be GM for much longer either.

SmackDown doesn’t quite have the freshness in the main event scene that RAW has, but Flair’s return has brought some life. His team is frankly a little underwhelming, but the David Flair/Bob Orton promo was enough for me to love the match. Jericho’s promo with Joey Styles had me convinced he would come back heel, but he has swung a few times in this thread, so maybe these promos are for his return to try to eliminate Orton. Again, not the freshest, but I think you get that on SmackDown.

I don’t have a whole lot else. I’m still reading and think you’re still immense. I know you said no Survivor Series predictions, so as I read back over this, it looks like I’ve left WM predictions instead. Oh well.

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Nice to see you back BkB ... but don't be a stranger!! Like Legend, you need to get back posting in this section. I miss your thread

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PREDICTION TIME!!

Official Card for The 21st Annual WWE Survivor Series:
Date: 11th November 2007
Location: Staples Centre, Los Angeles California
Event Music: Puddle of Mudd; Famous


Banner Credit; KING.

World Heavyweight Championship | Triple Threat Match:
Christian vs. John Cena vs. Umaga

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
The Brian Kendrick vs. Bryan Danielson

Womens Championship | Best of 5 Series; Match 5:
!! THE FIRST EVER LADIES LADDER MATCH !!
Beth Phoenix vs. Mickie James

Last Ride Match:
The Undertaker vs. Edge

----------

!! BATTLE OF THE BRANDS !!
~ First EVER 7 on 7 Survivor Series Elimination Match ~
!! LOSING GENERAL MANAGER IS FIRED !!
TEAM RAW
Team Captain; Shawn Michaels &
Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, Mr. Kennedy, The Master Craftsmen & Ken Doane
vs.
TEAM SMACKDOWN
Team Captain; Brock Lesnar &
U.S Champ. Paul London, Batista, Garrison Cade, Finlay, Nick Nemeth & M.V.P

5 on 5 Survivor Series Elimination Match:
~ If The Brotherhood win; Shelton Benjamin reclaims the Intercontinental Title ~
~ If Team Hardy win; The Brotherhood must disband ~
THE BROTHERHOOD
Shelton Benjamin, Mark Henry, JTG, Monty Brown, Theodore Long
vs.
TEAM HARDY
Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, CM Punk, Greg Helms, William Regal

5 on 5 Survivor Series Elimination Match:
THE LEGEND KILLERS
Randy Orton, Bob Orton, Nick Dinsmore, Chris Harris & James Storm
vs.
THE WHOLE DAM STYLIN’ PROFILIN’ EXTREME CONNECTION
Ric Flair, Rob Van Dam, Tommy Dreamer, Carlito & Kofi Kingston

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (14 points {2 points per correct prediction})
2) Predict the match order (7 points)
3) Who will be the first competitor eliminated in the Raw vs. Smackdown match (2 points)
4) Which competitor will score the most eliminations in the Raw vs. Smackdown match (3 points)
5) Predict the Sole Survivor{s} in the Raw vs. Smackdown match (2 points)
6) What will be the longest match?? (1 points)
7) What will be the shortest match?? (1 points)

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