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Been too long since I dropped you some comment so here goes…

Really enjoyed the opening segment here. Cena’s little subtle jabs of late have been really great reading and the little one here on Michaels fell into that category. I was one of those who didn’t see Cena becoming champion an option yet but you pulled the trigger and it’s captured my interest which is all I could really ask. Must say I’ve been impressed by the Craftsmen of late. I thought they may float around in the tag ranks a little more before stepping into this but I’m pleased to see you’ve gone this way and Albright is beginning to shine. A segment with Christian last week, Cena and Michaels this week, things are really looking bright for him moving forward. Ending was executed nicely and Michaels showing his experience tied in well to what had been said already. Good job here.

Not all that interested right now in the tag title feud or the Women’s for that matter. Straight Edge are almost certainties to retain I would say and I just don’t buy TNT as a threat despite the fact you have built them up fairly well including the victory here.

Benjamin face turn eh? I’m all for it. I think you’ve got more chance of moving Benjamin up a level if he’s face despite the fact he had a hell of a run in the Brotherhood. Would’ve liked a little bit more from the promo, bit more depth but obviously difficult in recap to get that across. Dinsmore stepping up, interesting, can’t really afford either man losing if you want both making an impression.

Was kinda hoping the Rhodes/Lawler stuff was over with to be honest. Think it needs to be blown off fairly soon and allow Rhodes to either wrap things up with Goldust or move onto something else.

Well played here with the Craftsmen and AOA. As I said earlier I felt Albright and Haas shoud have been more involved in the tag ranks before moving on up and if you’re gonna go with Albright focused on two things then that’s great in my eyes. Loved the line from Albright about people picking up the remote when they see AOA . Some good back and forth here and a match between these two is clearly imminent in the future.

Good match up from Shelton and Dinsmore here. Thought we might get a screwy finish but Shelton coming out on top now really gives him a solid platform moving forward. Excited to see how quickly we start to see the new ‘face’ character of Shelton and where he ends up going next.

Awesome stuff from Kennedy here The guy is gold right now and his little digs at Steph were priceless. I’m really looking forward to when Trips finally does return and ends up coming to the aid of his family. Kennedy/Shane for now however is fitting in really well and a match between the two could be fun, especially if you go the ol’ Hardcore or Unsanctioned route which with Shane bringing the Singapore Cane into this, could be a route you end up taking. Great stuff here and a boost for Doane too even if it was a tainted win.

Rhodes/Lawler at SNME? Fine by me as long as it’s a feud ender. Give Rhodes the rub and move on.

Decent win for Kim, I assume you’re gonna keep building her up towards a title shot. Mickie/Kim would be solid no doubt about it.

Stone Cold returning as host should be great. You’re really making this anniversary show a big deal and it’s gonna help us as readers have that kinda big time feel when it comes around which is great. I would assume it’s a one time only deal for Austin to appear but hey, maybe it leads to something come Mania…

I hope that Umaga doesn’t begin to just float around. That was my big worry when he didn’t win the title at Summerslam and it’s an even bigger worry now but I assume you have something lined up for SNME with this whole Bret thing. Where it goes, I don’t know but I hope it’s something Mags and Mr.Estrada can sink their teeth into.

Much like Rhodes/Lawler I’m looking forward to Burchill/Smith coming to an end. It’s done its job in separating them and giving both men something to do but I think they can both move on now, hopefully to something a touch more exciting. Again, served its purpose here in furthering things as well as giving Rey a decent victory.

Strong main event to round things up here and all four had their moments which I think was the key thing in allowing here. As DDMac mentioned, the opening and playing into the HBK washed up thing was a real nice touch and the ending was certainly a big impact made from the Craftsmen. I saw the interference coming, however I didn’t particularly expect them to just single Cena out. I saw them taking potentially the whole quartet out of things and really stamping their authority but to just target Cena? Very interesting ploy considering he has Albright’s future in his hands come SNME.

On the whole an enjoyable read as ever Wolfy. The main event scene has a whole load of possibilities and has my full attention right now, I can’t call exactly which way you’ll go while the build to the Anniversary show is really picking up. A few things in the mid card could do with a bit of a lift but I think you are beginning to round those issues up and move to other avenues. Meanwhile the Kennedy/McMahons ongoing feud is first class. Keep the goods coming
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Those damn dirt sheets, eh?

As I said when you first highlighted the after show portion of the attack of Kennedy, I think it had to be included this week for the benefit of the angle, so I’m glad you used it in the opening for the show.

One of my favourite parts of your shows is fast becoming Cena promos because you always get in that little slip where he accidentally says what he really thinks, rather than just what he’s supposed to think. Things still start off with typical Cena, which is another part of what you’re doing well because it’s only cracks starting to show in his good guy personality, rather than the whole thing coming down. Cena acknowledging what he said about Christian last week, but then following it up by not guaranteeing Christian a rematch seems like a heelish hint too. You had Cena go to pains to try to prove he was better than Christian when he wasn’t the champion, but now he is, Cena not wanting to face Christian is another little chink in the old “If you want some, come get some” armour. You had him acknowledge he’d like to settle the score, but he certainly didn’t make it seem like a match that’ll happen. You had him go back to normal before the pop at Shawn Michaels, which again, you also sold well as being something Cena actually thought, because he didn’t immediately acknowledge it by no doubt will later. It’s obviously clever to use Michaels too because of how damn over he is. Albright’s involvement is interesting. While he’s not a main eventer yet, you’re obviously grooming him for it by having him (and Charlie Haas) interacting with Christian and now Cena in consecutive weeks. It’s a clever way to kind of just insert him into that main event picture before he grabs the brass ring properly and becomes a real contender. There wasn’t much interaction there before the Michaels interruption, but he’s there. The elephant in the room was obviously the Cena comment there, and you had him blow it off like the Christian thing, obviously making a theme of that. Albright’s interaction with Michaels is good to see, because it’s probably someone he’s more on the level of than a Cena at this stage. Cena jumping in and trying to play the white knight was something I didn’t expect, but it shows he’s trying to be a good guy, rather than being a good guy I guess. Shots fired here could mean we get Albright/Michaels in the future, while it also means I suspect we’re getting Michaels/Cena at RAW XV. Whatever the outcome, I liked this segment as a whole. It builds your main event, builds SNME, builds upon Cena’s character and involves The Master Craftsmen. Lots accomplished in good fashion.

I’m glad you’re featuring The Angels of Anarchy watching this match, because they’re probably your best set of potential challengers in the future (assuming Haas and Albright are occupied). The set of challengers you have right now aren’t the best, so the heels picking up the win is the right move. Doing it through nefarious circumstances is good booking too because they don’t seem strong enough to beat the champions clean, but they need some credibility.

Someone walking AND hype for a Shelton Benjamin promo. You’re bringing out the big guns.

The Benjamin interview doesn’t seem like an outright face promo, so I guess it’s a slower move into that territory. Obviously the talk of him restoring his reputation is to set that up, but I like that you don’t have him just sucking up to the fans and shitting on The Brotherhood right away. The way you write turns is part of what makes you so good actually. The Dinsmore stuff sets him up for a feud with a heel, confirming he’ll be a face, and also gives Dinsmore a good starting point back on RAW. I’m not sure if you’ll turn it into a mini feud, but it wouldn’t be a bad thing.

Simple but effective to make Rhodes look good with a squash win. The Lawler feud never truly finished up with it also being about Goldust, so giving Cody a decisive win over Lawler would set him up well for the future.

You’re certainly spreading The Master Craftsmen throughout the show, but it goes well with their claim last week that they wanted to hold all the gold. I like that The Angels of Anarchy get to interact with them too, because it immediately elevates the newcomers. The interaction between them seemed fine, accomplishing the task of setting up a match for Superstars (as well as potentially a little side feud, I guess) and both wanting shots at the gold.

The lengthy match here is really good to see. It gives Benjamin a chance to establish himself as a face by impressing the crowd, Dinsmore a chance to establish himself as a decent wrestler, and also gives both men the chance to shine. It’s good booking by playing to their strengths.

Kennedy obviously feels he has a leg to stand on, having warned Kennedy last week. Stephanie getting her point across by getting rid of The Miz and illustrating how easy it should have been is good too. You were either going to go either with a dismissive Kennedy or an intense Kennedy, and I guess with the feud to drag on, a dismissive Kennedy is the right way to go, especially when you consider Kennedy’s past interactions with Steph. The mentions of Triple H continue to foreshadow that match for WrestleMania, which you’ve been building for a long, long time now. The fine is a strange punishment. It never seems as serious because of how wrestlers are built up as warriors and money is rarely brought up. The Kenny thing was interesting too. While Shane attacking Kennedy from behind seems a bit cowardly for a guy who usually steps up to the plate as a face, it does accomplish embarrassing Kennedy. Despite the ridiculousness of the match, Kenny actually gets quite a rub through it too, continuing you moving him up the card bit by bit as he builds up. The blood was a clever touch, making the whole thing seem much more serious. While it’s not the intense brawl I expected, it’s probably better in that Shane doesn’t just straight up beat down a guy who is supposed to be one of your upper carders. It also furthers the feud and gives Kenny a nice little involvement, with a return match that Kennedy wins probably to follow.

The probable confrontation being set up for SNME just adds something extra to the card to look forward to. Good to see some big stuff being added to the card. The same goes for Cody/Lawler, even if it’s, err, not quite as big.

Kim’s build has been consistent. Considering she was the one who got Mickie back in the game, a feud has to be following. It’ll be interesting to see how you use that.

I’m sure you’ll do something good with Austin. You always seem to use these big star involvements well.

Steph talking to Trips about Kennedy, eh? Umaga’s disappearance last week was a little curious, although I guess it’s to give someone else a shot. I’m sure you’ll have him vs Cena again soon, because he doesn’t have a whole lot else to do other than wrestle Angle.

The build for the Smith/Burchill match has been fairly forgettable. Smith finally making an appearance to cost Burchill a match ensures he’ll be at SNME, so I guess that concludes that build up.

The Christian promo continues to hint at that future Cena/Christian match. Hardy’s interjection is worth noting, although I’m not sure why right now. Maybe Cena will go against Christian and cite that as a reason. It’s probably good Hardy got a speaking role there too, considering everyone else in the SNME match and the main event for this show have all had something to say thus far.

You’re following up the Michaels losing his touch storyline interestingly here. That’s actually a good way to maybe get Albright involved with him and give Albright a chance. You gave the match itself some real time, which I guess you had due to the undercard being a little weak. It does a good job to showcase a guy like Hardy though, while The Master Craftsmen making an impact gets Albright into the situation and lets him look strong ahead of SNME too. A good way to finish the show and hype all involved in the four-way at SNME, including the special guest ref.

It’s the usual, really. The undercard is taking quite a good shape on RAW, with Kim/Mickie to come soon for the Women’s Title and a few credible tag teams waiting for a tag title shot. Kennedy/McMahons is going strong too, but Cena is definitely the highlight right now. I’m loving what you’re doing with him.
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good start to the show with Cena, who as Mac & BULK mentioned, you are writing very well at the moment with his almost heelish stupidity in his choice of words getting him into a bit of hot water, however you still execute it well enough that he remains a face and covers his tracks somewhat. I really hope you turn him heel, it'd be great to see as Cena face sucks, lets face it. Albright I feel is punching above his weight here with the big boys, so good that HBK came out quickly. I like the job you've done with Albright don't get me wrong tho, not a lot of people have used him in BTB at all. No time for Matt Hardy in this segment? Ahwell he is also not quite main event worthy himself so I don't mind. A good opener to the show, setting up tonight's main event match well

Test & Tomko? Ugh. Must be new to the scene around here, not a fan but credit for making some new teams I guess. Punk & Helms are the better side and fully expect them to win at SNME however, and LOL @ Maryse compared to Mac's love of life Mickie, who's actually got some in ring ability

The start of a slow but sure transition to face for Shelton methinks from this interview. Good that he's back and always a reliable mid carder to fill your roster and have some good work based around, I'm sure he'll go over Dinsmore who suls. Should've released and kept Rhyno and Monty tbh, can't forgive you for that

Cody Rhodes? Boring. Glad to see King own him, I approve. Shame that Rhodes will go over, coz he's shit but I guess it's inevitable. Ohwell

AoA are a team I enjoy so nice promo here with the Craftsmen, keeping the tag scene relevant and the matches between Straight Edge, Craftsmen and AoA will be amazing once TNT are out of the equation and Albright gets nowhere near the World title.

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good stuff between Steph and Kennedy, lol @ The Miz being here. Future endeavour plz. Kennedy was well written and typically cuntish which he should be, definitely the only way his character should be portrayed imo, and then the sudden match and set up with Doane and Shane O Mac was well done, gives Ken a victory over an established star and helps build him into a credible guy, and adds to the Shane/Kennedy angle which is surely gonna result in a Streetfight or something similar soon, which will no doubt be RATINGS worthy

King/Rhodes at SNME, meh. We know who's winning

will be nice to see Gail Kim utilised better in WWE threads so I'm all for her seemingly upcoming push, she's not half bad for an Asian either

the Estrada segment with Steph makes me think he's either gonna have Umaga destroy Hardy and take his place at SNME, or there's gonna be a confrontation with Bret Hart which possibly will lead to Hart being brutalized? One of the two has to happen as he's too big a name to leave off the SNME show altogether

Christian is my pick for SNME, he's just that good. Hardy finally appears and leaving Christian with that comment was nicely done, who knows whether it'll motivate or maybe affect Christian

Main event was huge, and long too for a tag match but a good showcase for all the guys involved, the ending and aftermath however was massive, Albright attacking Cena will probably come back to haunt him at SNME and cost him the match, but what a statement to make and a good way to make him look a more credible threat even if I still can't see it

good show Wolfy, not your best, but a good read nonetheless, you're still the man
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Just a quick comment or two from me. Great to see that injury to Shelton isn't as serious as first reported. My heart sank a little bit when I read that first news report, but I'm glad to see he picked up a win on Raw. Great to see guys like him, Kennedy and Albright making such an impression post Survivor Series.

And speaking of Albright, I've got a sneaky feeling he'll be winning at SNME. I'm sure with Cena as referee there'll be something controversial about the finish, no doubt involving Christian, but I think Albright will get a chance to challenge Cena, albeit if it's just a case of keeping Cena busy for a while. But glad to see the King of the Ring is finally in a position to push himself up the card.

I think your card for SNME is in a way rather bold of you. There's a lot of star power from both shows not involved as of yet, while at the same time, you seem quite happy to turn the undercard over to some of the lesser featured feuds. Understandable that there's not too much involvement from SmackDown yet given the fact Armageddon is on the horizon, but the fact that guys like Smith and Burchill are getting to feature is a great way of elevating them. Like I said, bold move, but I'm sure you'll pull it off and deliver another top show.

Keep it going, there's a lot of intrigue around both shows just now. On SmackDown you've presented the first challenger who has a genuine shot at beating Orton imo, while Raw has plenty of guys just ready to break out ahead of WrestleMania season. More please.
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I know the stock line is that we don't book shows just to get feedback, and that we do it because we want etc ... but it really does make it worthwhile sometimes when you do get an array of comments & feedback on your work. Thanks a bunch gentlemen, it's greatly appreciated. By far, that's probably the most amount of reaction I've had for a show of any kind since probably shortly after WrestleMania 22 seven years ago.

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WWE Superstars | November 21 2007


As ever, Todd Grisham and Jerry Lawler host proceedings, hyping the main event - announced on Raw - of Charlie Haas vs. Doug Williams.


First up, Jamie Noble bounces back to winning ways, besting Elix Skipper in a competitive affair @ 05:19 with the Trailer Hitch.


Next up, Victoria scores a routine victory, defeating the truly awful Candice Michelle, with the veteran carrying the entire match - all 02:10 of it - delivering the Widows Peak to score the 1...2...3!!


The impressive - but rarely seen - Elijah Burke gets a showpiece on Superstars, defeating Kid Kash with the Elijah Express @ 04:27.


Then, in the main event, Haas and Williams put on a terrific technical match, despite being littered with interference early on as Brent Albright & Christopher Daniels get involved. Once the partners are sent to the back though, it’s all about Haas and Williams, but the excellent affair is marred by Haas stealing the win @ 12:16 with his feet all over the ropes for leverage on a pin.


Haas has the last laugh, leaving Williams furious in the ring - knowing he was robbed - as The Master Craftsmen get one over on the Angels of Anarchy.




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!! WWE.COM EXCLUSIVE !!


BRET STACKS THE DECK!!
In two further additions to the Saturday Nights Main Event line up this weekend, Bret Hart has revealed to wwe.com in an exclusive interview a match from both Raw and Smackdown. Indeed, Bret has accepted the demand from Cody Rhodes, and has signed a match between the youngster and the Hall of Famer, Jerry 'The King' Lawler. And clearly, Bret is looking to have some fun, perhaps reminiscing of his own rivalry with Lawler in the mid 90's ... as Rhodes meets The King in a 'Kiss My Foot' match. Will the grandson of a plumber be forced to kiss the foot of the legendary Lawler?? Or will it be more humiliation for The King at the hands of Cody Rhodes??


Also, from the Smackdown brand, Bret has informed wwe.com that he had been planning on a Garrison Cade vs Batista match ... but was beaten to the punch by Smackdown GM Eric Bischoff. However, Bret has decided to put the two at odds in a different way; via representation. Both Cade and Batista will choose a Smackdown superstar to represent them this weekend, and the stakes couldnt be higher. The winning representative will give either Cade or Batista the opportunity to name the type of match they'll compete in, as they look to settle their differences once and for all at Armageddon.


UPDATED Card for WWE Saturday Nights Main Event:
Date: 24th November 2007

Location:
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, Ontario

Event Music:
POD; Lights Out


WWE Championship Match:
Randy Orton vs. Edge


World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. TNT w/Maryse


Grudge Match:
The Caribbean Connection vs. The Mad Murdoch Twins


Kiss My Foot Match:
Cody Rhodes vs. Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler


Batistas Representative vs. Cades Representative:
??? vs. ???
*Winner chooses the stipulation for their match at Armageddon*


No Disqualifications:
Burchill w/Katie Lea Burchill vs. Harry Smith


#1 Contenders Match | Fatal Four Way Elimination Match:
With; World Heavyweight Champion John Cena as Special Guest Referee
Christian vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Matt Hardy vs. Brent Albright


WITH BRET ‘HITMAN’ HART RUNNING THE SHOW!!


 

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Friday Night Smackdown Bullet Points:
- Ric Flair returns to Smackdown to discuss his future!!
- The James Boys must defeat a pair former Tag Team Champions to qualify for next weeks #1 Contender Match - who will the former champions be??
- After defeating his tag team partner in blistering fashion last week, Sonjay Dutt challenges Bryan Danielson to a one on one match.
- Edge; 24 hours away from a WWE Title shot in his hometown, will be in attendance!!
- As to will the WWE Champion himself, Randy Orton ... AND Chris Jericho is set to be in Spokane too!!


I'll get Smackdown up tomorrow.


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The Kiss My Foot Match is a really nice throwback type gimmick to use with Lawler and Rhodes. It's actually quite brilliant and something most wouldn't think of.

SmackDown should be interesting with Flair there and Edge's new direction. It's a good effort for you to make the Dutt/Danielson squash sound like a big deal too.
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Friday Night Smackdown | November 23 2007 | Spokane WA


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**I‘M BACK**

Before Styles and Heyman can introduce the show, the Smackdown GM Eric Bischoff hit’s the stage, showing his face to the fans inside the arena unlike last week where he remained in his office all night. Styles and Heyman hype the night ahead - 24 hours away from Saturday Nights Main Event - with Ric Flair set to appear later, plus a fatal four way with a member from each of the four teams confirmed for next weeks tag team turmoil match facing off, whilst The James Boys look to earn a spot in that very match next week … but have to beat an - as yet - former pair of tag team champions to qualify.

Bischoff stands in the ring, riding out the fans reaction, riling them further by asking them to “shut your mouths for just a few seconds, please” before finally getting down to business. Telling the fans he expects that they can tell, “I‘m not in the least bit happy to be here on Smackdown.” He talks about the hard work he put in on Raw, building the greatest collection of talent in sports entertainment history, “but now I‘ve been left with the dregs on Smackdown after I took the best talent this show had to offer.” Following more boos, Bischoff confirms that he has lodged an appeal to the Board of Directors, and expects to be reinstated on Raw soon.

Moving on, Bischoff says that in the meantime, he’ll make the most of what he has at his disposal … “but one man that wont be welcome on MY Smackdown any time soon is Ric Flair.” More boos follow the disgruntled GM, who explains that Flair is barred from the building, tonight - and for as long as he is the GM of Smackdown, not willing to give any of HIS air time to a relic like Flair, suggesting that the Nature Boy should take it as advice, and follow the lead of the ex-Smackdown GM Arn Anderson - and never come back. Eric then states he wants to instead focus on the present and the future - including the main event of tonight’s show.

Touching briefly on Saturday Nights Main Event tomorrow, Bischoff announces to the fans (those that don’t frequent wwe.com) that per Bret Hart (GM for the night tomorrow) Batista and Garrison Cade will both pick a representative to face off tomorrow night, with the winner then choosing the stipulation of their match at Armageddon. Eric gives Bret credit for the matchmaking, then says to perfectly tie in to SNME, tonight both Batista and Cade will reveal their representatives - and team with them in tonight’s tag team main event. Moving back to SNME itself, Eric mentions the WWE Championship match between Randy Orton and Edge.

Again reminding the fans that everything tomorrow night was decided by Bret Hart, Bischoff says his hands are tied, and while he would’ve adhered to the ruling made by the previous GM Arn Anderson regarding Edge, he cannot overrule Bret … “but Armageddon will be MY show, and it‘ll be MY matches.” Bischoff says that right now, there is really just one match that EVERYONE wants to see … and it’s Randy Orton, one on one … with Chris Jericho. Bischoff waits outs the cheers and ‘Y-2-J’ chants, before speaking over them, saying that REGARDLESS of the outcome tomorrow night in Toronto … it’ll Orton and Jericho, one on one at Armageddon!!!

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The GM doesn’t have long to talk about it, as Randy Ortons music cuts him off, with the WWE Champion looking outraged at the announcement. Barely able to get his words out coherently, Orton talks on his way down the aisle, and tells Bischoff that he has enough on his plate with Edge tomorrow night, without having to worry about Jericho too. The WWE Champion climbs inside the ring, making the point that Jericho has done NOTHING to earn a shot at the title apart from air a bunch of fancy videos, and implores Eric to think about what he is doing before making it official, with Eric taking a few seconds to think…

After telling Orton he doesn’t take kindly to being interrupted, he agrees that Jericho hasn’t done anything to earn a shot, “but I think you‘re forgetting the fact that come December 9 … you might not be champion.” Orton uses that as further reason as to why he shouldn’t face Jericho, reminding Eric he has been champion for OVER eight months, “so even if I were to lose tomorrow night - which I WONT - I should get a rematch immediately.” Eric smirks at that suggestion, flat out telling Orton he doesn’t believe in immediate rematches, and it’s up to him to retain the title tomorrow night, “and in the challengers own home town?? Boy, you‘ll need to be at your VERY best.”

Wagging his finger, Bischoff looks like he’s had an idea, and after a few seconds, he tells Orton he thinks the WWE Champion could do with a warm up to make sure he is in peak condition for Edge tomorrow, “so, my vision for you Orton, is tonight … you going one on one … with the tough, nasty, grizzled veteran … FINLAY!!!” Orton is livid, shaking his head at the announcement, knowing a match with Finlay isn’t ideal preparation for a match in just twenty four hours time. He sneers at Bischoff, making the point that he thought Eric would be an improvement on Arn Anderson, “but so far, you‘ve been nothing but a huge disappointment.”

With a smile, Bischoff responds, and takes Orton back to March and the fall out of WrestleMania, where Orton walked out on Raw with the WWE Title. Eric tells Orton he doesn’t forget, and informs the WWE Champion that if he thought just because Arn Anderson has departed that Orton would be in for an easy ride; “you better think again. I‘ve made it clear I don’t want to be on this show, and I don’t intend on playing ANY favourites - especially you.” Eric then departs the ring, leaving Orton to stew in the ring, now set to face TWO matches in two consecutive nights…

Commercial Break

Match 1:
Bryan Danielson vs. Sonjay Dutt w/Daivari
Much like last week, Danielson has added intensity, with Daivari knowing all about it, having been on the end of the punishment last week. Sonjay Dutt gets the first hand experience of trying to take on Danielson, and has to taste the plethora of stiff kicks, before Danielson lets fly with consecutive running dropkicks in the corner, crushing Dutt, and leaving Daivari to squirm on the outside. However, a distraction from Daivari allows Dutt to get in a brief amount of offence - but not for long, with Danielson quickly turning the tables again. However, just as he sets up a big roundhouse kick…

**MAN WITH A PLAN**

With a mic in hand, Brian Kendrick walks onto the stage, naturally distracting Danielson in the ring. Kendrick paces around the stage - smirking at all times - apologising for the timing, but says he had to make a public apology for his actions at Survivor Series to keep the Cruiserweight title. Danielson is getting angry in the ring, walking toward the ropes … but from behind, Dutt rolls him up - grabbing a handful of tights - 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!! Danielson survives, and a grimace from Kendrick shows that he perhaps intentionally wanted to distract Danielson and cost him the match.

Dutt knocks Danielson off his feet with a dropkick, while on the top of the ramp, Kendrick continues to apologise, saying (disingenuously) that he hopes he hasn’t killed his friendship with Bryan Danielson over what happened at the Survivor Series, and hopes his presence tonight hasn’t led to his downfall in the match tonight. Dutt climbs up top, but as he flies with a cross body he is caught with a dropkick right to the gut from Danielson, winding Dutt … and Danielson quickly applies the Cattle Mutilation - much to the shock of a bug-eyed Kendrick … and Sonjay quickly taps out, giving Danielson ANOTHER win.
Winner: Bryan Danielson @ 04:52

Danielson doesn’t even wait for his hand to be raised - he eyes Kendrick … and instantly gives chase to the Cruiserweight champion, who scarpers, running scared behind the curtain, as Danielson follows, desperately wanting to get his hands on the CW Champ.



Elsewhere, Kassidy and Kacey; The James Boys are seen preparing, taping their wrists, still sporting the fancy ringwear that Layla has specifically designed for them, and their valet appears, catching both mens attention. Layla - in no uncertain terms - tells her men that tonight is their final opportunity to impress - not just Bischoff … but her also - alluding that a defeat tonight could be the end of their association … which cant bode well for the winless tandem, who don’t know who their opponents will be tonight.

Commercial Break

Match 2 | FATAL FOUR WAY MATCH:
Kofi Kingston vs. Trevor Murdoch vs. Super Crazy vs. Jeff Hardy
Americas Most Wanted provide colour commentary on the match along with Styles and Heyman, bemoaning the fact that to celebrate their year long tag team title reign they don’t get to pick their own opponents. Adding that they‘ve already beaten the Caribbean Connection and the Murdochs and writing off Los Latinos and The Daredevils as threats, AMW also laugh at the suggestion that The James Boys could pose a threat, claiming it would be a sham if they had to defend the titles against the winless country boys. The four men in the ring put together a fast paced but formulaic multi man match, with two in the ring and two out for the most periods of the contest.

Throughout, Trevor and Kofi come after one another - playing off their long running rivalry - ahead of tomorrow nights tag team showdown. Also, Harris and Storm (along with McCool) continue to degrade the potential contenders to their titles, much to the chagrin of Joey Styles on commentary. Given the athletic abilities of three of the men in the match, much of the excitement comes from the fact paced offence. But, as with any four way match, many pin falls are interrupted, and the finish comes about in that manner, with Super Crazy blocking a Twist of Fate attempt and hitting his moonsault - only for Murdoch to break up the pin attempt that follows!!!

The bigger man gets the better of Super Crazy, but as he attempts to hit his devastating version of the Canadian Destroyer - TROUBLE IN PARADISE!!!!! Kingston lands with the kick to Murdoch, but as he covers … Super Crazy comes from behind, rolling Kofi up, 1...2...KICK OUT!!! Both men bounce up, with Kofi ducking a heel kick attempt - SOS!!!!! Kingston looks to cover the insane luchador … but JEFF HARDY IS PERCHED UP TOP … AND BREAKS THE COUNT WITH A SWANTON BOMB!!!!!!!!! Kofi rolls off Super Crazy … and after selling pain for a moment, Hardy hooks the leg of the Mexican … 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Jeff Hardy @ 08:14

Hardy gets a big momentum building win ahead of next weeks tag team turmoil match up, but no sooner does he have his arm raised when FESTUS MURDOCH arrives on the scene, and CLOBBERS Jeff from behind!!! With Trevor regrouping, the pair throw Super Crazy to the floor, and look to dump Jeff from the ring too in order to focus on Kofi … but EVAN BOURNE races to the aide of his mentor … and CARLITO isn’t far behind, looking to get his hands on the Murdochs.

Chavo soon follows, as all four teams confirmed for next weeks tag team turmoil match brawl in the ring - and whilst initially it‘s three teams ganging up on the bullying pair of Trevor & Festus, it soon breaks down into an all out fight. Outside, AMW along with Michelle McCool look to be enjoying what they see, informing Styles and Heyman - gleefully - that they’ve seen enough for one night, and excuse themselves from commentary.

Harris, Storm and McCool depart the ringside area, looking back as they walk up the ramp, pointing back at the ring and chuckling at the carnage … as Carlito and Kofi Kingston get the upper hand, with The Daredevils and Los Latinos thrown out of the ring … whilst Trevor and Festus decide to opt out of the fight for now - content to wait for tomorrow nights grudge match.

Commercial Break

Smackdown returns with The Brian Kendrick scampering down the aisle, looking petrified as Bryan Danielson hunts him down. Kendrick keeps looking behind, looking for Danielson as he retreats to the ring. He slides inside, turning around, looking toward the entrance, waiting to see if Danielson follows … but what he doesn’t see (although the fans cheers SHOULD give it away) is Danielson appearing FROM THE CROWD, and slipping into the ring by passing the commentary desk … and Kendrick soon realises. TBK continues to look toward the entrance, but as he glances at the tron … he sees his worst nightmare - Bryan Danielson stood behind him.

Danielson waves, and Kendrick gulps, before turning around to try and talk his way out of it- BAM~!! Danielson doesn’t even allow Kendrick to say a word, clocking him with a right hand instantly, knocking the champion down. Kendrick tries to crawl away, and has the shirt ripped off his back by Bryan, and in his desperation to escape from the ring, Kendrick wriggles out of his jeans as Danielson tries to drag him into the ring - exposing his tight white (unflattering) underwear (think Walter White). The fans laugh, but Danielson is in no mood to see the funny side, ready to follow out as TBK scarpers to safety…

Until a disgusted Eric Bischoff emerges from behind the curtain. Mic in hand, the GM calls for the nonsense to stop, with Kendrick meeting Bischoff at the top of the ramp, pointing at the ring, blaming it all on Danielson … but Eric tells TBK to shut up. Bischoff chews out Kendrick for no-showing Smackdown last week, saying that he didn’t make much of a first impression to the new GM, and reminds Kendrick that he is only still Cruiserweight Champion because he got himself disqualified at the Survivor Series. Bischoff, putting it all together, says that he sees it as only fair that Bryan Danielson is given a rematch at Armageddon!!!

In the ring, Danielson nods, liking what he’s hearing, whilst the pathetic looking Kendrick protests on the ramp, shaking his head. Bischoff though, refuses to listen, and matter of factly tells TBK, “deal with it. And put on some damn clothes!!!” Eric proceeds to leave the ramp, as Kendrick shakes his head, wanting no part of a rematch with Danielson at Armageddon … and then motions toward the ring, wanting his clothes back. Danielson looks around at the fans, as if to ask them what he should do … before motioning to offer the clothes back. Kendrick smiles and makes his way back down the ramp … until Danielson smirks … AND RIPS THE CHAMPIONS CLOTHES APART!!!!!

Kendrick puts his hands on his head, mouth opened wide in horror, as Danielson rips his clothes to shreds, before throwing the tattered pieces of cloth out, telling Kendrick “there ya go, BUDDY!!” Kendrick is livid, pacing back and forth on the aisle, with Danielson affording himself a smile for a second, but makes sure Kendrick knows that he’s all business, motioning to the big headed champion that he’s got three weeks left before “it‘s over.” Kendrick - shirtless and stripped down to his underwear - is not only humiliated … but genuinely looks petrified at the prospect of losing his precious title belt…



Meanwhile, Josh Mathews is standing by with Brock Lesnar backstage. Showing clips of the assault last week on Smackdown where MVP and Garrison Cade took down Lesnar and Batista, Mathews asks Lesnar how he feels after the shocking scenes on last weeks show. Brock takes a few moments to think, and shakes his head, explaining that “what happened last week?? That … shocked me.” Brock continues, saying that in his five and a half years in the WWE, he‘s been jumped many times by the likes of Triple H, Kurt Angle and Shawn Michaels … “but no one like MVP” has ever had the guts to try him.

Lesnar turns the tables, asking Mathews if he thinks he has gone soft, with Josh unsure how to answer - not wanting to piss off the Iron Man - and stumbles over his words as he tries to say no. Brock doesn’t take in the answer anyway, and exclaims that he must‘ve gone soft, “because for someone like MVP to think he can get away with doing THAT to me!?? … he must think I’m a pushover. Well Josh … next time I lay my eyes on MVP … he’s gonna know that I’m still the king of this jungle. He WILL pay for trying to punk me out. Mark my words.” Lesnar slams the mic into the chest of the interviewer, storming off the set, leaving Josh doubled over in pain.

Commercial Break

**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…

… HIS ARMAGEDDON HAS ARRIVED.


WWE ARMAGEDDON | DECEMBER 9 2007 | CLEVELAND OH
ONLY ON PAY PER VIEW
***



Back live, Kacey & Kassidy James are stood in the ring, awaiting their opponents for their make or break match, with Layla El looking focused, telling her boys to do the same…

**SPARK PLUG**

The old 90’s theme hits, as duo of … Hardcore Holly & X-Pac {???} enter the stage … with neither looking terribly impressed. Joey Styles informs the fans that indeed, Holly and X-Pac are former WWE Tag Team Champions, back when they performed under the names of Spark Plugg & the 123 Kid. Holly and Pac shoot each other glances, with clearly neither man being comfortable about their pairing tonight.

Match 3:
The James Boys w/Layla El vs. Hardcore Holly & X-Pac
Right off the bat, it doesn’t look good for Holly & X-Pac, with the pair arguing over who should start the match. Being the bigger of the two (and a bit of a bully) Holly wins the argument, and starts the match, taking his frustrations out on Kacey, roughing him up with his trademark stiff chops. X-Pac soon brings himself into proceedings, getting a long, dirty look from Holly as he leaves the ring. X-Pac sets up the Bronco Buster, but Holly tells him to take it seriously, resulting in an argument between the pair … which allows The James Boys to regroup, with Pac missing his trademark corner spot.

Kassidy takes over on the smaller man, with Layla impressed, cheering her winless team on as they wear X-Pac down … but they cant seal the deal with a vital three count. X-Pac then is able to mount a brief comeback - long enough to make a tag back out to Holly, with the bruising Alabaman roughing up Kacey and Kassidy some more. With Holly in control, X-Pac asks for a tag back in, with Holly giving him a ‘fuck you’ gesture in return, which X-Pac doesn’t take kindly to. He steps into the ring, spinning Holly around, giving him a mouthful … with Layla demanding her duo take advantage.

Throwing her handbag to Kacey, as Kassidy distracts the referee … Layla watches on … BAM!!! Kacey blindsides Holly, knocking him out cold with the (surely) loaded handbag, and X-Pac naturally gives chase … whilst Kassidy picks up the scraps, covering Hardcore Holly … is this the moment!!!??? 1...2...3!!!!! The James Boys FINALLY have a victory!!!!!
Winners: The James Boys @ 05:01

Layla is delighted!!! She bounces up and down with joy on the outside, and eventually joins her pair in the ring, with X-Pac giving up his chase of Kacey, and waving the match off, mouthing that “I don’t need this crap!” The James Boys finally have a win under their belt - and more importantly a spot in next weeks tag team turmoil match for a shot at the tag titles at Armageddon.

On commentary, both Styles and Heyman are dumfounded that Kacey and Kassidy have actually won a match, even if it was against two men that clearly didn’t want to relive their days as a tandem. Styles then floats the idea that The James Boys are now just potentially one match away from challenging for the tag team titles … and, as the footage switches backstage to the sight of EDGE making his way through the hallway, with Styles segueing moving on from potential tag team title contenders to the official #1 Contender for the WWE Title … on his way to the ring … NEXT!!!!!

Commercial Break

**METALINGUS**

The usual cheers followed by boos greet the music and appearance of Edge, with Joey Styles hyping his “one and only” title shot tomorrow night in his hometown of Toronto. Edge doesn’t look fazed by the majority of boos, and looks like a man at peace - not the pent up and frustrated character he has been for the last six months plus.

The Rated R Superstar enters the ring, smiling off the boos, before telling the fans “no prizes for guessing why I‘m out here tonight … in twenty four hours, I get the title shot I‘ve been waiting a lifetime for!!” While the reaction is mixed at best, Edge admits that he knows he isn’t the most popular person with the fans, “but c‘mon, answer this honestly - who would you rather was WWE Champion?? Me?? Or Randy Orton??” Edge moves his hands like two scales, weighing up him vs. Orton in a popularity contest, and declares with a smirk; “I know I‘m no saint … but when it comes to me or Orton, you gotta admit … I‘m the lesser of two evils.” He momentarily touches on the fact that while he’s “quite naughty” he doesn’t come out to maim people like Orton, and he doesn’t actively try to end careers.

Moving on from the popularity contest, Edge reminds the fans that he’s been in the WWE for “just about ten years”, and yet he still hasn’t tasted the ultimate prize by holding the WWE Title. He explains that every day that goes by, it eats him alive bit by bit that he STILL hasn’t reached the pinnacle of the sport. “Five years ago, I was close - real close - to making the big breakthrough. I was on the cusp of greatness … and then I broke my neck.” Going over his twelve month sabbatical and having to go right back to square one upon his return, Edge talks through gritted teeth, noting that as he had to climb back to the top … he had to watch Randy Orton sit on top of the mountain.

{/SECOND HOUR}

Edge says that he’s had more than enough setbacks, and he’s been screwed over that many times that he’s lost count … “but truth be told … despite all the times I‘ve claimed to be screwed over … I‘ve only got myself to blame.” Edge touches on how he failed to successfully cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase, and ultimately blames himself for not winning the title when he essentially had a free pass. Oddly, a smile develops momentarily on Edges face, as he softly speaks, “But despite the screw ups, despite the screw jobs … all those times of disappointment, the near misses, the close calls … all roads … lead home. Come tomorrow night … in MY hometown … I will NOT fail.”

With steely determination, Edge GUARANTEES victory, and urges the fans that have been waiting to see Orton toppled as WWE Champion to tune in … “because you WILL witness the crowning of a NEW W-W-E Ch-”

“SILENCE!!”

Boos ring out, as the pompous DAMIEN SANDOW interrupts Edge, waltzing onto the stage, much to the chagrin of Edge AND the fans. “Allow me to beg your indulgence” bellows Sandow as he makes his way down the aisle, with a swagger in his step. On his way to the ring, Sandow informs the fans that he is here to prevent a potential abomination and instructs Edge to remove himself from the WWE Title match at Saturday Nights Main Event tomorrow, to avoid further embarrassment, recounting his failures this past year alone. Responding to boos from the fans, Sandow shakes his head, sarcastically saying, “Ohhh, bravo. Bravo to all of you mouth breathers for booing the truth”

Sandow continues to explain himself, saying that he is trying to save the unwashed masses from buying the same tired story from Edge, only to be disappointed when he falls short - AGAIN. Going on, Sandow claims that there is more chance of a sporting franchise moving to “this black hole” than there is of Edge ever winning the WWE Title. Pleased with himself - and the heat from the fans - Sandow prepares to continue with his insults, but as he opens his mouth- “SILENCE!!!” The fans cheer this time, as Edge uses Sandows catchphrase, stunning - and appalling - the Intellectual Saviour of the unwashed masses.

Edge - having gotten Sandows attention - repeats the same line Sandow uttered as he entered, asking Sandow “Allow ME to beg YOUR indulgence, Damien.” Ignoring Sandows request to refer to him as ‘Mister’ Sandow, Edge tells Sandow that he isn’t in the mood for playing games, “and while I could have hours of fun running your sorry ass down, tonight, I‘d simply suggest you remove yourself from the ring to avoid getting your well informed ass KICKED!!!” The fans cheer, but Sandow rolls his eyes, wagging his finger, informing Edge that he will not sink to that level, and tells him he will refuse to indulge a “Neanderthal” like Edge with a fist fight. Edge laughs, then shakes his head, telling Sandow, “I didn’t say anything about a fight - I said an ass kicking!!”

SPEAR!!!!!!!!!

Edge SPEARS Sandow to a big pop, shutting the pompous intellectual up, and the Rated R Superstar rises to his feet, making sure to hype SNME one last time, grabbing the mic, pointing down at Sandow before declaring, “Tomorrow night, that‘s EXACTLY what I‘ll be doing to Randy Orton!!!” Edge drops the mic, and prepares to leave, exiting the ring, and backing up the ramp … AS FUNAKI RUNS TO THE RING … FOR HIS MATCH WITH SANDOW!!!!!!!!!!! Edge smirks, as he watches the clueless Japanese announcer slide into the ring, begging for a referee to get to the ring … with Jack Doan rushing past the smirking Edge…

Match 4:
Damien Sandow vs. Funaki
The bell rings, and Funaki makes the cover, 1...2...KICK OUT!!!!! The fans are suddenly deflated, with Sandow JUST surviving the count, having had JUST long enough to recover from the earlier Spear. Funaki though, looks to keep up the pressure, hammering down on Sandow as he tries to get up, and then runs off the ropes - dropkick!!! Sandow staggers into the ropes, bouncing back out, into an inside cradle, 1...2...KICK OUT AGAIN!!! Funaki looks up, hands together, begging for the three count, but is told two, much to his chagrin.

Funaki gets back up, turns around, right into a BIG BOOT from a recovering Sandow!!! Funaki tries to get up, and using the ropes to stand, he staggers around the ring, with Sandow catching up to him and delivering the Russian Leg Sweep and rolls through … delivering his theatrical elbow (the still as yet unnamed Elbow of Disdain), which is good for a two count. However, the end is near for Funaki, and Sandow drags him up, taking his time, savouring the moment with a smile, placing him into position - STRAIGHT JACKET NECKBREAKER!!!! Sandow covers, 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Damien Sandow @ 01:16

Sandow wins his third match - but not after nearly being humiliated. Having his arm raised, Sandow savours the victory, but soon sneers in anger, looking toward the ramp, obviously blaming Edge for nearly being beaten by Smackdowns resident jobber.

Commercial Break

***
VIDEO PACKAGE

Clips air of highlights from the previous two Saturday Nights Main Event shows this year, with Vince McMahon being shaven bald in February, and Brent Albright on his knees in victory at the King of the Ring.

“For the final time in 2007, the WWE airs on NBC”

More clips from the previous events this year, of Jericho beating Edge & Undertaker returning to confront JBL.

“And they‘re heading North, bringing Saturday Nights Main Event back to Canada”

Sights of Canada, Mounties etc.

“And… for one night only…”

Shots of John Cena, Batista, Mr. Kennedy & Brock Lesnar.

“The stars of Raw and Smackdown will be controlled by one man”

The familiar music cuts in, and a look at the black, pink & white boots of a certain legendary superstar.

“Known simply as The Best There Is…”

Clips of Bret Hart applying the Sharpshooter.

“The Best There Was…”

Bret holding the WWF Championship, Intercontinental Championship & being hoisted up in the air at WrestleMania X.

“And The Best There Ever Will Be…”

More recent shots of Bret, during his run as Smackdown GM, and being inducted into the Hall of Fame in March.

“WWE Hall Of Famer & Canada‘s own…”

Signs in the crowd over the years, Bret placing his glasses on a fans face, and being swamped with idolising fans.

“BRET, ‘HITMAN’, HART”

And finish on a shot of Bret speaking to the camera;

“Is Runnin’ The Show!! ”


!! WWE SATURDAY NIGHTS MAIN EVENT !!
NOVEMBER 24 2007 | TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA
ONLY ON NBC
***



Backstage, Kristal Marshall catches up with Layla El & The James Boys with all three jubilant in their first ever win tonight, as Layla is heard telling her pair “I always believed in you!!” Kristal asks the diva about their chances in next weeks Tag Team Turmoil match, now that they’ve finally won a match, with Laylas eyes bugging out, asking Kristal, “Are you serious?? Didn’t you just see MY boys wipe the floor with a pair of FORMER tag team champions?? Kacey and Kassidy ARE the next tag team champions, my love.” Layla then continues to celebrate with her duo, with Kristal looking surprised - just like everyone else - at the confidence of a team that has won one match in four long months on Smackdown…



Match 5 | NON-TITLE MATCH:
Randy Orton vs. Finlay
Finlay offers a stern test for the WWE Champion, making the most of this (now) rare opportunity to shine. The veteran uses all his wily skills and tricks to keep himself on par with Orton throughout, not afraid to run the risk of getting himself disqualified with some questionable offensive manoeuvres. Orton though, is equal to the veteran too, with the WWE Champion not afraid to engage in a down and dirty slugfest with the Belfast bruiser. As the match continues though, Orton tries to make it ‘his’ kind of match, taking the upper hand, and applying an energy sapping (for both the opponent & the audience) rear chin lock, as the show heads into a mid-match commercial.

Commercial Break

And, as Smackdown returns, Finlay has fought back to his feet, making the big comeback, scoring a number of near falls on Orton, nearly causing the major upset, but the WWE Champion survives those scares, and stops the fight back, breaking free from an attempt at the Celtic Cross with a modified backbreaker, scoring a near fall of his own. Orton takes a moment to catch his breath, but then begins to stalk, readying himself for the RKO … but wisely, Finlay senses it coming and rolls out of the ring to safety - much to the fury of the champion.

Orton follows out, slamming Finlays face off the steps, then looks to bring him back into the ring - but Finlay fights that too, stopping Orton from delivering a suplex into the ring. Finlay blocks it, but cant follow up, and a kick to the knee by Orton allows the champion to set up the sickening ROPE ELEVATED DDT!!!!! Orton licks his lips, and again waits - this time for quite some time - to strike, as Finlay slowly recovers, climbing up on the ropes, peeling off … RKO!!!!! The Champion affords himself a twist grin, before making the cover, 1...2...3!!!!!
Winner: Randy Orton @ 10:19

Orton has his arm raised in victory, with the WWE Champion scoring an impressive win just twenty four hours before his next title defence at Saturday Nights Main Event against Edge. Still seething over having to compete tonight before the big match tomorrow night - plus the impending Jericho match - Orton looks to take his aggression out elsewhere … and the signs are not good for Finlay.

Orton slowly turns, with his eyes narrowed, looking down at the prone body of the veteran Irishman, and cracks his neck side to side, before backing up, into the corner - typical set up for the dreaded PUNT KICK!!! Orton holds the ropes, as if he is being held on a leash, waiting for the moment to strike, as Finlay slowly comes around, but has no idea of what is about to come…

**BREAK THE WALLS DOWN**

Distracting Orton, the music of Chris Jericho fills the arena, completely taking Orton out of his ‘kill zone’, and he turns his attention to the ramp … as Jericho appears from behind the curtain, wearing the same plain black leather jacket he did at the Survivor Series and last week. Shaking his head, Jericho mouths that he wont stand by and let it happen, walking down the ramp to confront Orton. The WWE Champion snarls toward his adversary, and turns away, picking up his title belt … and drops down, rolling out of the ring … leaving Finlay to recover.

Orton exit’s the ring, and approaches the stoic Jericho on the ramp, with Jericho not budging, eyeballing Orton as he walks toward him. Full of rage, Orton offers Jericho the chance to hit him, seemingly offering a free shot by pointing at his own jaw … trying to goad Jericho into a fight … but Jericho remains statuesque, and shakes his head, telling Orton; “Armageddon.” Orton shakes his head, showing the slightest sign of a smirk, before brushing past Jericho, and continues up the aisle, whilst Jericho slowly turns to watch Orton - making sure Orton doesn’t try to attack him from behind.



Commercial Break

Backstage, Josh Mathews catches up with a furious looking Randy Orton, asking him if he was really about to punt Finlay after his hard fought win. Orton stops in his tracks, telling Mathews that’s exactly what he was about to do, “as a message … for Bischoff, for Edge, for Jericho.” Orton continues on, telling Josh that he should never have been put in a match tonight, when he has to deal with Edge tomorrow night, and Bischoff should’ve held off announcing his match at Armageddon with Jericho, in order to allow him to concentrate on Edge tomorrow night.

Agitated that Jerichos presence stopped him from kicking Finlay in the skull, Orton tells Mathews that for all the ‘jerichoholics’ that have rejoiced because their hero came back to stop him, he has news for them. “When I walked up to Jericho. When I stood right in his face and OFFERED him a free shot?? He didn’t take it. The old Jericho?? He wouldn’t have even needed the invitation. But like I said last week … the old Jericho DIED when I kicked him in the skull seven months ago. Tonight, when he came face to face with me … I saw the fear in his eyes. THIS Chris Jericho?? He wants no part of Randy Orton.”

“After all the videos, all the hype, all the excitement about Y2J coming back, and ‘cutting me down’ … I know that despite the talk … it wont be MY Armageddon in two and a half weeks … it‘ll be his …” Orton smirks, and turns away to leave the interview … but turns INTO EDGE!!!!! Orton is taken aback by the appearance of the man he defends the title against tomorrow night, and looks rattled, as Edge, with a determined look, eyes Orton. Edge steps forward, looking Orton dead in the eyes, and proclaims; “funny. You saw you can see the fear in Jerichos eyes?? I see the fear in YOURS!!”

Edge - wild eyed - confidently tells Orton he should be concentrating on the task in hand; namely tomorrow night and the WWE Title match. “The countdown is on - CHAMP. The countdown to the END of your title reign, and the beginning of MINE!!!” Edge nods, and walks off, leaving Orton to process the promise, watching as Edge leaves. Is Orton scared??



Back into the arena…

**ROAD TO TEXAS**

Entering the arena with a mic in hand, Garrison Cade looks confident ahead of the main event tag match, where he and his handpicked representative take on Batista and his, with the two representatives going one on one tomorrow night to determine whether Cade or Batista picks the stipulation for their one on one showdown at Armageddon. Waiting for his music to die down on the ramp, Cade introduces the fans to his tag team partner; “a man with the same kind of morals and ethics I stand for … absolutely none!!! A guy on my wavelength … M-V-P!!!”

**I‘M COMIN**

Becoming quite the allies, neither Heyman or Styles are surprised that Cade has chosen MVP to represent him tomorrow night at Saturday Nights Main Event. The two men shake hands as MVP joins Cade on the ramp, before they make their way to the ring, with Smackdown heading to a commercial before the final entrances for the main event.

Commercial Break

**I WALK ALONE**

Bringing the fans to their feet, Batista enters, going through the motions with his usual routine. After letting off the pyro, Batista continues down the aisle, eyeing the pacing Cade in the ring, desperate to get his hands on his long time rival. Batista reaches the ringside area, and waits, not giving his partner the big intro like Cade did … but instead, he waits …

**STAY IN SHADOW**

It’s Paul London!!! The United States Champion is given a huge reaction as always, again, with the commentary team not necessarily surprised, playing up the friendship between the pair. London rushes down the aisle, joining up with The Animal, and the two nod, looking to the ring, and slide inside - kicking the match off with a four man brawl!!!!!

Main Event:
Garrison Cade & M.V.P vs. Batista & Paul London
After the initial brawl, the match settles down, with London and Cade officially starting proceedings. London is able to overcome the rough, powerful style of Cade, surviving an early onslaught, and his quickness allows him to gain the upper hand, nearly scoring a shock three count on an inside cradle. Cade then misses a wild boot, with London ducking under, tagging Batista instead. The two long time rivals waste no time getting to grips with one another, but a distraction from MVP gives Cade the upper hand on The Animal, and allows Cade to bring Porter in for the first time. Working well together, MVP and Cade make the most of their opportunity to dominate Big Dave, but cant put The Animal away, with frustration rising, before Smackdown goes to the final commercial of the night.

Commercial Break

Back on Smackdown, London is now back in the ring, with highlights from during the commercial of Batista getting the better of MVP on the outside, leading to London becoming the legal man again. Londons high flying antics help him against the bigger men - two men he has seen off during his reign as U.S Champion - but again, shady tactics from Cade/MVP pairing allow them to take over. As ever, London plays up his role as the ‘face in peril’ to perfection, taking a hell of a beating from the Lone Star especially, who targets Londons back - trying to create a weak spot for MVP to target tomorrow night - but The Golden Boy refuses to give up, whilst Batista paces on the apron, desperately wanting to make a tag.

MVP and Cade cant put London away, but they make sure to keep their focus on the back of the U.S Champ - again, creating a weakness for Porter to target tomorrow night - as London struggles to survive. Placing London in a backbreaker submission, Cade uses a distraction from MVP to use the ropes for leverage behind the referees back … but that is too much for Batista to watch!! The Animal storms into the ring, seeing red, and BOOTS Cade in the face, breaking the hold, and then catches an incoming MVP … SPINEBUSTER!!!!! Batista wants more, but is cut off by the referee, who orders The Animal to the outside again - much to his and the fans chagrin.

But, it DOES give London an opening … and the Golden Boy - wincing in pain - pulls himself to his feet, looking to make a tag … BUT CADE GRABS HIS FOOT!!! Cade stops London from tagging out, and holding onto the foot, forces London to hop on one leg … ENZIGURI!!! Cade is levelled with the kick, and the force of it sends him stumbling into his own partner … AS LONDON TAGS THE ANIMAL!!!!! Batista rushes into the ring, delivering a flurry of clotheslines to Cade and MVP, dominating the pair, and throws Porter out of the ring, before focusing on Cade, splashing him in the corner and shoots him off the ropes, ducking down for the return - KICKED AWAY!!!!! Batista spins away, with Cade lining up a big boot - Batista ducks - SIDEWALK SLAM!!!! 1...2...KICK OUT!!!

Cade kicks out, as Batista shakes his head, climbing back to his feet … AND SHAKES THE ROPES!!!! Signalling for the Batista Bomb, Dave hunches, lying in wait for Cade to get up, but before he can set it up, MVP - from the outside - grabs Daves leg, and his attention. Batista turns to confront Porter … UNTIL LONDON RUSHES ACROSS THE RING - SUICIDE DIVE ONTO MVP!!!!! It leaves Batista and Cade one on one in the ring, but as The Animal turns to get Cade … The Lone Star is seen rolling out of the ring!!!!! Batista shakes his head, refusing to let Cade escape, and follows out, meeting his foe on the aisle, trading blows!!! The two big bulls go back and forth, battling up the ramp, as Scott Armstrong makes his count … eventually reaching ten as the two men battle out of sight, behind the curtain!!!!!
Winners: Double Count Out @ 16:48

The double count leaves the fans highly unsatisfied, with Batista and Cade no longer in sight … but the camera remains focused on the stage … AS NICK NEMETH suddenly bursts from behind the curtain … SPRINTING to the ring, where Paul London is still recovering from his dive onto MVP moments ago!!! Nemeth reaches ringside, and instantly puts the boots to his rival - the man he challenges at Armageddon - whilst MVP recovers … AND JOINS IN!!!!! Porter helps Nemeth soften up London, with both men seeing something to gain in helping one another out, as Nemeth suggests to get London into the ring.

The pair throw the U.S Champion inside, and discuss what to do with him … BUT BROCK LESNAR NOW STORMS TO THE RING - HE WANTS A PIECE OF MVP!!!!!! The Iron Man hit’s the ring, but JUST misses out on getting his hands on MVP, who dives out of the ring, and high tails it over the barrier, not even looking back - running for his life. Lesnar turns, eyeing up Nemeth - wanting to take his anger out on ANYONE - but The Narcissist thinks quick … and slips out of the ring too, backing up the ramp, wanting no part of an incensed Brock Lesnar. Styles signs off, declaring that MVP may rue the day he pissed off the Iron Man…

END OF SHOW

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Official Card for WWE Saturday Nights Main Event:
Date: 24th November 2007
Location: Air Canada Centre; Toronto, Ontario
Event Music: POD; Lights Out

WWE Championship Match:
Randy Orton vs. Edge

World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. TNT w/Maryse

Grudge Match:
The Caribbean Connection vs. The Mad Murdoch Twins

Kiss My Foot Match:
Cody Rhodes vs. Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler

Batistas Representative vs. Cades Representative:
Paul London vs. M.V.P
*Winner chooses the stipulation for their match at Armageddon*

No Disqualifications:
Burchill w/Katie Lea Burchill vs. Harry Smith

#1 Contenders Match | Fatal Four Way Elimination Match:
With; World Heavyweight Champion John Cena as Special Guest Referee
Christian vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Matt Hardy vs. Brent Albright

WITH BRET ‘HITMAN’ HART RUNNING THE SHOW!!


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Current Card for WWE Armageddon:
Date: 9th December 2007
Location: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland Ohio.
Event Music: Johnny Cash; Gods Gonna Cut You Down

United States Championship:
Paul London vs. Nick Nemeth

WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
Americas Most Wanted w/Michelle McCool vs. Winners of Tag Team Turmoil

Cruiserweight Championship Match:
The Brian Kendrick vs. Bryan Danielson

Grudge Match:
Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho

Stipulation TBC:
Garrison Cade vs. Batista

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Firstly, thanks for the kind words in my thread. It's about time we started booking concurrently. You're still the King, though. Anywho, enough of the circle jerk - zipping along...

You're walking a dangerous tightrope with Eric Bischoff here. Though it's obvious that talent- and name-wise Monday Night RAW is the superior show, it's still a risk to have Bischoff reminding the fans of it every night, even if it does make storyline sense. I wonder if he will eventually start to come around, since he finally managed to leave the office. The characterization of Orton was spot on, as was Bischof's reasoning for treating young Randall rather poorly. This was a really solid opening, and though there's always the potential for dullness when the GM comes out and runs down the agenda, this came across quite well. Orton vs. Finlay should be solid.

The American Dragon is kind. Danielson and Kendrick getting push in the same thread is quite awesome, and I look forward to that match being written in full (plz) whenever it happens, TBK never gets the respect he deserves but as a heel, and your CW champ, that is clearly not the case here. The segment with Dragon and Kendrick after the match (and into the latter part of the show) was comedic in tone, but fits with TBK's character, and was a nice way to give these guys even more shine. Now, THIS feud needs a best of five/seven series.

I actually do like that SD's roster isn't as top-heavy as RAW's. Gives acts like Kendrick and Danielson some real time to shine.

Once more, because I'm so unfamiliar with some of the happenings in this thread, a lot of these teams just seem put together to me... and there's nothing wrong with that. I do remember the Murdochs, however, and it's a stroke of genius to pair Festus and T. Murdoch together. No shocker to see Jeff get the win, as he seems to be the most established out of the tandems. Expecting the Murdochs to win the contenders' match and take on AMW. Gut feeling,

Pretty sure I wasn't watching any WWE television when The James Boys were active in the company, so once more, pardon me for knowing next to nothing about them. But you gave them Layla as a manager/valet? Must mean you have some kinda plan for them. The James's getting the win over Holly and Pac (lol) wasn't shocking in the least, though it was a nice little way to get them one. On a side note, thank God Pac and Holly weren't on the same page. I hate when bookers put teammates back together and suddenly, everything is hunky dory.

I agree with Lesnar. I don't know if Brock has necessarily gone soft, but it does feel like he's lost quite a bit of momentum since he was the WWE Champion, and the coolest thing in this thread. Hopefully, he takes out MVP (though I want Porter to have a good showing), because when Brock is booked with the strength and intensity you book him with, it's something to behold. Definitely see Brock getting involved in MVP's affairs later on tonight.

Does that qualify as a full-fledged face turn for Edge? I figured you make him more of a tweener until SNME (which is in Canada, so he'd be cheered anyway) and then slowly move him back into a heel, but it looks like that's not the case. Sandow is fantastic. Such a plainly heel character, but he plays it so well, it doesn't come across as corny as it could. Good thing he didn't lose to Funaki as that could've done some legitimate damage to his push, no matter how cheap the victory may have been.

lol @ you making fun of Orton's chinlock. Though he does apply it with gusto... I don't need to see it EVERY match. Glad Finlay wasn't completely squashed, as he does have significant value as a guy who can give a main eventer a great match, lose, and still have quite a bit of credibility left... which is exactly what happened here. Jericho not taking the free shot was definitely weird. I swear to you I'm gonna go back and read up on this thread, because I feel like I'm missing too much. I understand Y2J's a face... but he has he just gone soft? Orton definitely alluded to that a little later on, and, at this point, with Jericho and Edge seemingly in a transition period, I expect Orton to beat both at SNME and Armageddon respectively.

The main event crystalized SmackDown perfectly. Lots of talent, though with lots of the stars in flux - which does tend to happen as we get closer and closer to WrestleMania time. Solid contest and I expected no real finish, since none of the four can really take a loss at the moment in my view. Glad to see Brock showing some more fire in his belly because, though great the rest of the roster may be, SmackDown goes as the Iron Man goes.

Solid show, Wolfy, as always. Look forward to SNME.
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Saturday Nights Main Event Backstage News and Notes;

Most buzz surrounding the show is most certainly directed at the WWE Championship match. The result of the match is said to be up in the air, with a well placed source informing that 'something big' is set to happen. After so many disappointments - notably his failure to cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase - there is a growing feeling that Edge could be crowned WWE Champion tonight in his hometown, as he continues to transition toward a face turn - most evidently last night on Smackdown during his interaction with Damien Sandow. It's hard to tell though how much to read into the rumours, as it's unknown whether WWE would be willing to bring Ortons eight month title reign to a halt off the back of a hastily arranged title match with little hype or heat behind it.

Elsewhere, tonight's show had been earmarked as the night in which the Murdoch Twins would reveal the mystery 'benefactor' behind Festus' transformation during their time off at the end of August. However, the angle has been scrapped, with NO mention of the mystery 'money man' since the Survivor Series, as creative look to go into a different direction. It was thought that the ousted play-by-play announcer on Smackdown - Michael Cole - would be the man behind it, working on the basis that just like him, the Murdochs had been tossed aside and forgotten about, but that idea has been binned, with Michael Cole likely to keep his position working on wwe.com rather than return to television as an announcer or a manager. What this could mean about the immediate future of the Murdochs is unclear, but with the company unwilling to go all the way with their manager angle, it could be bad news for the pair.

It's felt that with John Cena serving as guest referee in the Fatal Four Way match, he is likely to cause some form of controversy - be it accidentally or otherwise. With the long term plan still set to be Cena/Christian II at WrestleMania, Captain Charisma is unlikely to win the title shot at Raw XV, but interesting arguments have been made for the other three men involved. Given the recent string of excellent performances he has given, Matt Hardy is getting a lot of backing to be given the shine, and the added Champion vs Champion factor is seen to be favoured by some as a way to market the main event of the big anniversary show ... but the most likely winners of the match are Albright and Michaels. Albright has been pushed hard over the last month after a slow start to life on Raw, but ever since his win as a survivor alongside Mr. Kennedy at WrestleMania, he has been given his chance to show what he's capable of in a prominent role - and a title shot for the King of the Ring could be in the offing ... although Shawn Michaels simply has more name value - and that could well swing the balance in his favour - despite the recent angle where his peers are beginning to doubt the abilities of HBK.

Both Armando Estrada and Umaga have been spotted backstage, but it's unclear what role they will have tonight - and given the warning sent out by Estrada on Raw, the Samoan Bulldozer might even make an appearance during the Four Way in order to re-insert himself into the main event title picture. But, one man NOT backstage, and only set to join up with the Smackdown crew on Tuesday in Canada is Brock Lesnar. With Lesnar not present, it's expected that his absence will be covered by Bret Hart during the night in a storyline sense, by banning any presence at ringside during the Paul London/MVP match up. Meanwhile, it's almost guaranteed that there will be a showdown - as hinted by Kennedy on Raw - between Mr. Kennedy and Shane McMahon to set up the rumoured match up between them at the Fifteenth Anniversary of Raw which could see the return of Triple H as a feud between him and Kennedy continues to be hinted at on television.

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Official Card for WWE Saturday Nights Main Event:
Date: 24th November 2007
Location: Air Canada Centre; Toronto, Ontario
Event Music: POD; Lights Out

WWE Championship Match:
Randy Orton vs. Edge

World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. TNT w/Maryse

Grudge Match:
The Caribbean Connection vs. The Mad Murdoch Twins

Kiss My Foot Match:
Cody Rhodes vs. Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler

Batistas Representative vs. Cades Representative:
Paul London vs. M.V.P
*Winner chooses the stipulation for their match at Armageddon*

No Disqualifications:
Burchill w/Katie Lea Burchill vs. Harry Smith

#1 Contenders Match | Fatal Four Way Elimination Match:
With; World Heavyweight Champion John Cena as Special Guest Referee
Christian vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Matt Hardy vs. Brent Albright

WITH BRET ‘HITMAN’ HART RUNNING THE SHOW!!

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (21 points {3 points per correct prediction})
2) Predict order of elimination in the Fatal Four Way Elimination Match (6 points {2 points per correct prediction})
3) What will be the longest match?? (1 point)
4) What will be the shortest match?? (2 points)

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Predictions are welcomed

Apologies if things are moving a little fast at the minute in the thread, but I'm determined to post the Raw XV show before the end of the year

Show will be up on Saturday, in similar style to the last SNME.
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Official Card for WWE Saturday Nights Main Event:
Date: 24th November 2007
Location: Air Canada Centre; Toronto, Ontario
Event Music: POD; Lights Out

7. WWE Championship Match:
Randy Orton vs. Edge

4. World Tag Team Championships Match:
Straight Edge vs. TNT w/Maryse

2. Grudge Match:
The Caribbean Connection vs. The Mad Murdoch Twins

6. Kiss My Foot Match:
Cody Rhodes vs. Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler

1. Batistas Representative vs. Cades Representative:
Paul London vs. M.V.P
*Winner chooses the stipulation for their match at Armageddon*

3. No Disqualifications:
Burchill w/Katie Lea Burchill vs. Harry Smith

5. #1 Contenders Match | Fatal Four Way Elimination Match:
With; World Heavyweight Champion John Cena as Special Guest Referee
Christian vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Matt Hardy vs. Brent Albright

WITH BRET ‘HITMAN’ HART RUNNING THE SHOW!!

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (21 points {3 points per correct prediction})
2) Predict order of elimination in the Fatal Four Way Elimination Match (6 points {2 points per correct prediction}) Hardy, Christian, Albright.
3) What will be the longest match?? (1 point) Fatal Four Way
4) What will be the shortest match?? (2 points) CC Vs Murdochs
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