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WWE News & Notes:

WWE has come to terms today with Raw superstar Tommy Dreamer on the terms of his contractual release. The WWE wishes Dreamer the best in his future endeavors.

The WWE is proud to announce that on Monday December 10, 2007 that they will be bringing back a famed tradition, the WWE Slammy Awards. The Slammy Awards have not been annually hosted by the WWE since 1997. The Monday Night Raw on December 10 airing from Bridgeport, Connecticut will be the special host for this monumental night for the WWE. Nominees will soon be announced but some of the categories that will be voted upon will be Superstar of the Year, Tag Team of the Year, Diva of the Year, Match of the Year, and the "Oh Shit!" Moment of the Year. Stay tuned as nominees for all categories will be announced soon.

Also for the remaining part of the year, the December 24th episode of Monday Night Raw is going to be a special Christmas Eve edition of Raw with of course a heavy Christmas theme. The December 28th edition of Friday Night SmackDown and the December 31st edition of Monday Night Raw will both be special 2007 Year in Reviews for their respective shows. The shows will take a look back at the year that was 2007 and the crazy moments that have happened over the course of the past twelve months.

There is said to be reports of a former champion in the WWE making their return within the next few months. This certain superstar took a leave within the year and is looking to make a comeback soon. No word on when the return will be either but this has been rumored for several months for the comeback of this particular superstar.

Both SmackDown and Raw are set to undergo numerous changes in the upcoming months leading into WrestleMania XXIV. SmackDown in particular will be undergoing creative changes (I've found a partner!) and will perhaps see the biggest changes in the WWE among the two brands.

Expect heavy promotion for WrestleMania XXIV to start beginning at Survivor Series. This WrestleMania is set to be hyped as the biggest WrestleMania ever in the biggest location ever. FedEx Field in the nation's capital can hold easily up to 92,000 for an NFL game. The expected attendance is yet to be known but there will be very big hype and promotion regarding this PPV as it could be the largest attendance for a WrestleMania ever. Of course as well with WrestleMania emanating from America's capital, one of the taglines will be Carnage in the Capital.

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This is just some news and notes to pass some time for now. Oh and for the record I have found a partner that will be helping me with the road to WrestleMania and hopefully for a long time afterwards as well. As many of you know I am greatly looking forward to finally reaching WrestleMania and I plan on hopefully working hard on the buildup to WrestleMania if I can fully motivate myself. I do believe that you will enjoy seeing my partner's work as he will be booking SmackDown.

A lot needs to be changed in the thread and well we plan on making this thread a whole different thread when it is all said and done. I hope to start working soon on Raw so we can push towards Survivor Series as I would thoroughly enjoy to have Survivor Series done soon. Keep an eye out for the Raw Preview soon.
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Think this is the first comment I've left since your return. Great to see you back, old timer

Looks promising too, as it appears you're determined to stick around, and hopefully with a partner to help you out, you'll be back for the forseeable future. I'll be reading as always, and looking forward to seeing you recapture your brilliance in the run up to WrestleMania.
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WWE Monday Night Raw - Monday November 12, 2007
Kansas ExpoCentre - Topeka, Kansas


Monday Night Raw comes to you live on Monday night from Topeka, Kansas a mere six nights before the WWE hits up Orlando for the 21st annual Survivor Series.

Shane McMahon will be live on Monday Night Raw as we know that Raw will be without it's General Manager Eric Bischoff for the foreseeable future due to the heinous attacks on Bischoff and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon last Monday night on the Raw Season Premiere by the masked man who was revealed to be Kurt Angle. Angle had been wrecking havoc throughout the course of 2007 taking down numerous superstars such as The Undertaker, Rob Van Dam, and now Bischoff and Mr. McMahon. Shane McMahon announced last Friday night on Smackdown the indefinite suspensions of Kurt Angle and Paul Heyman which will hopefully bring an end to the disturbing attacks that have haunted the WWE for the past year. What will Shane have to say regarding Survivor Series this Sunday? What exactly is the future of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown now that there is no acting General Manager for either show?

The WWE Championship situation continues to heat up with the two challengers - Batista and Randy Orton - continuing to have personal problems and the WWE Champion Triple H finding himself right in the middle of them. A mere two weeks ago Orton did the ultimate sign of disrespect when he spit into the face of "The Animal" Batista provoking his former Evolution stablemate. Last week on the season premiere saw Batista lay waste to the backstage area as he tried to find Randy Orton throughout the course of the night. We have received reports that all three men will be in action on Monday Night Raw tonight but at this time we are unaware of their opponents.

The captain of Team Cena, John Cena, will finally receive his wish tonight on Monday Night Raw as he will be facing off against the man who turned against him a few weeks back, The Big Show. Big Show laid Cena out with the Knockout Punch following a tag team match on Raw two weeks ago signifying the end of his duration on Team Cena. Mr. Kennedy was able to lure the Big Show to join his team at Survivor Series and now Team Kennedy is looking to be a force to be reckoned with. Will Cena be able to overcome the giant six nights before Survivor Series? Or will we see The Big Show roll into Orlando with a big victory over the team captain?

Plus, Kane will be in action against the Intercontinental Champion Shelton Benjamin this week after Kane competed last week against Benjamin's partner Elijah Burke.

All of this and much more on the final episode of Raw before Survivor Series!

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Well I'm back once more after a one year sabbatical. The good thing is this time I'm coming in with a clear cut plan heading into WrestleMania and have a decent amount of work already done. Raw and Smackdown this week will be in recap (as will most weekly shows if not all) with the big PPV's such as Survivor Series being in full. I have four of the six matches for Survivor Series already done so progress is being made.

I have one clear goal in mind - get to and finish WrestleMania 24. This pay per view is something I've had the initial plans laid out for since 2008 so nearly five years of planning and waiting for this Pay-Per-View is hopefully going to come to a head in a few months. We shall see but if nothing else I'd love to be able to finish off my BTB career with at least getting to my third WrestleMania in this thread.

Look for Raw in the coming days and I hope to have Survivor Series done by mid-February.

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Great to see this is back, especially for an old thread. I read bits and bobs over the years to see what kind of stuff you had to offer and there was some pretty neat things in here. I hope you can manage to get to your goal of WM24.
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I will be reading, I have been enjoying reading through the early pages of your thread and I'm a huge fan of yours and this thread, I like your unique writing style and layout as well. Can't wait 'till WM24
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WWE Monday Night Raw - Monday November 12, 2007
Kansas Expocentre – Topeka, Kansas


The go home episode of Raw kicks off tonight with the standard opening video package before cutting into the Kansas Expocentre with the pyro going off around the arena. The camera quickly pans into the ring as we see Shane McMahon standing in the ring.

Shane-o-Mac informs the audience that he will be in charge again tonight due to the sickening attack last week here on Raw of his father, Vince McMahon, and the Raw General Manager, Eric Bischoff. McMahon points to the jumbotron to replay last week’s heinous attacks.

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Mr. McMahon: Now I am out here tonight DEMANDING that this mystery attacker finally reveal his identity! I don’t give a damn who you think you are but if you’re a real man you would show your true identity out here tonight.

The fans cheer hoping to find out whom it is but really does Vince expect this man to just walk out here and show his identity? THE LIGHTS GO OUT!

It stays dark in the arena for a few brief seconds before they come back on and nothing has changed in the ring. McMahon, Bischoff, and Angle are all still standing in the ring just as they were before the lights went off.

Mr. McMahon: Alright! Enough of the damn mind games!

McMahon looks as if he is about to explode.

Mr. McMahon: Get your ass out here right now!!!

THE LIGHTS GO OFF AGAIN! The fans go nuts in the arena but whenever the lights come on nothing has happened?!?!?! The fans are once again confused as to what is going on as McMahon begins screaming!

Mr. McMahon: DAMN IT! I SAID GET OUT HERE RIGHT NOW!

THE LIGHTS GO OFF FOR THE THIRD TIME! But this time there is a loud thud in the ring!!! The lights remain off for a little while as we hear JR and King shouting about something occurring in the ring but not being able to see what is going on! The fans are going nuts wanting to see what is happening until the lights come back on and…

MR. MCMAHON & ERIC BISCHOFF ARE LAID OUT IN THE RING!

THE FANS GO NUTS WHENVER THEY SEE KURT ANGLE AND……

PAUL HEYMAN!!!!!!!


Angle and Heyman are standing in the ring with Angle having a lead pipe in hand that presumably Paul Heyman brought down to the ring with him? Where in the hell did Paul Heyman come from? Why would Heyman join up with Kurt Angle? Heyman points to Bischoff telling Angle to put Bischoff in an Ankle Lock! An unconscious Bischoff is locked into the Ankle Lock as Angle falls onto the mat holding Bischoff in the move before security charges down the ramp! Heyman yells at Kurt to get back up before Kurt grabs the lead pipe and threatens to strike anyone whom enters the ring with the pipe.

We now cut back into the arena where Shane reminds the fans that he has indefinitely suspended Kurt Angle and Paul Heyman. He tells us that he can no longer afford to have his own family members and the ladies and men of the WWE be at risk due to the maniacal duo of Heyman and Angle. He tells the audience that the superstars of the WWE will no longer have to live in fear every second of their daily lives.

He quickly switches subjects though as he begins to hype up Survivor Series taking place in only six night’s time. Shane tells us that since he is in charge tonight that he has booked two HUGE main events tonight. First off he announces that we will be seeing John Cena go one on one with the man who turned on him two weeks ago on Raw – The Big Show!

He then announces that our second main event later tonight will pit the three men who will be competing in the Triple Threat Match for the WWE title all teaming together – Triple H, Randy Orton, and Batista against three men who all have had recent setbacks on Raw but are looking to finally put it all together once more – The Bluebloods and John Bradshaw Layfield! Shane tells the fans that tonight the road to Survivor Series will only heat up even more as he prepares to leave the ring but he’s stopped by the music of Randy Orton.

***Burn in My Light***

Randy Orton makes his way towards the ring asking Shane McMahon if he has lost his mind! Orton tells Shane that there is no way that he can team with the man who destroyed him last week – Batista. Orton uses the excuse that we’ve heard all too often recently – that he is unable to compete tonight due to the disturbing thoughts that have been crossing his mind over the course of the night.

Shane stops Orton there and lets him know that he is tired of hearing about all of these excuses and thoughts in his “sick and twisted” head. He says Orton tries to use these supposed reasons as an excuse to try and weasel his way out of any opportunity that he knows he may be in trouble. He tells Orton that he’s going to have to face his fears this Sunday at Survivor Series when he steps into the ring with two men who he’s angered very much over the past several weeks. Shane tells Orton that tonight if Batista or Randy Orton get themselves disqualified, counted out, or strikes one of their teammates during the match for any reason that they will be removed from the WWE Championship Match at Survivor Series. McMahon also says the same applies to Triple H if he does the same he will be stripped of the WWE Championship as a result! He lets Orton know that he will not let these three men ruin what has so far been a peaceful night – something we haven’t seen in WWE in a while.

***Here Comes the Money***

Shane exits the ring as we see Orton left standing in the ring clearly disappointed at what McMahon had to say regarding tonight’s main event.

***Commercial Break***

Match #1 – Singles Match – Non-Title Match
United States Champion Shelton Benjamin w/ Elijah Burke & Theodore Long vs. Kane


Our first contest of the night takes place pitting the United States Champion Shelton Benjamin against “The Big Red Monster” Kane. Last week on the Raw Season Premiere, Elijah Burke faced off against Kane but was disqualified after Benjamin bashed Kane in the head with the championship belt. This week Kane would be in action in not only a chance for revenge against Benjamin but also in an effort to possibly earn a championship opportunity with a win over Benjamin.

Kane and Benjamin locked up early in the match with Kane earning a big early advantage after a failed attempt by Burke to try and distract the Big Red Machine. Kane would go on a rampage hitting Benjamin with hard right uppercuts sending the champion reeling into the corner. Kane would continue to wear down the United States Champion with a series of vertical suplexes planting Benjamin into the mat!

Kane pulls himself up onto the mat once again as he begins to stalk Shelton Benjamin! Kane circles around the body of Benjamin as he sees the champion rising onto his feet but Elijah Burke takes the opportunity to hop onto the apron! Kane hears Burke hollering at him as he walks over towards Elijah Burke! Burke goes to throw a punch at Kane but Kane resiliently ducks and Burke instead hits his tag team partner Shelton Benjamin who was walking over towards both Burke and Kane! Burke looks stunned at what he just accidentally did but he doesn’t have much time to think as Kane shoves him off the apron! Kane turns his attention once more to Shelton Benjamin as he scoops Benjamin up off of the mat and lifts him high into the air before driving him into the mat with a Chokeslam! The Big Red Machine hooks the leg of the United States Champion and earns the big victory tonight perhaps earning himself a future title shot.

Match Result: Kane def. United States Champion Shelton Benjamin


Teddy Long confronts Elijah Burke asking him what exactly he was doing! Burke tells his manager that he was trying to help his friend Shelton out after Shelton helped him out last week. Teddy lets Elijah know that he should not have interfered since now Kane may have propelled himself into the United States title picture now. Burke sees Benjamin rising to his feet now as Benjamin slides to the outside (albeit a bit groggy still) and begins to confront Burke. Benjamin asks him what exactly he was thinking to which Burke profusely apologizes for interfering. Benjamin blows him off as he picks his title up and heads up the ramp leaving his manager Teddy Long and tag team partner Elijah Burke stunned.

Backstage, Todd Grisham is seen standing by with the dangerous duo of William Regal and Paul Burchill better known as the Bluebloods. Grisham begins to ask them about their main event match tonight but William Regal cuts him off quickly. Regal tells Todd that Burchill and himself are looking to seize their big opportunity tonight. Regal reminds the fans that he’s been held back time after time after time since coming to the WWE but he’s about to stop standing back and waiting for his opportunity to come. He says that’s why he took Paul Burchill under his wing originally. Sure they’ve had their differences in the past but he says the past is the past. Regal finishes off stating “The future is bright for the Bluebloods but dreary for the men who stand in their way”.

***Commercial Break***

Shane McMahon is seen sitting in the General Manager’s office at a desk talking on his personal cellphone. Shane seems to be discussing the recent occurrences in the WWE regarding Paul Heyman and Kurt Angle. He assures whoever he is on the phone with that there will be an end coming soon to these senseless attacks. After all he reminds the person on the phone that he has indefinitely suspended both Heyman and Angle. Shane goes on to bring another point up before he hears a knock at the door. He hollers out “Come in” to which in walks The Big Show.

Big Show asks Shane what exactly he is thinking putting him in a match against John Cena tonight! Show says that he was prepared to come here to Monday Night Raw tonight and be able to relax before the Survivor Series Elimination match this Sunday at Survivor Series! Shane asks Big Show why he believes he deserves to have a night off. Big Show tells Shane that just in case he hasn’t paid attention recently to what’s been happening on Monday Night Raw that he (Big Show) is no longer a pushover or in it for anybody else but himself. He’s come to realize that having been in this company for nearly nine years now that he has to go out and take what should have been his a long time ago – the number one spot in the WWE. Big Show stares down Shane for a few seconds before walking out of the office as Shane is left sitting a bit perplexed at what Big Show just told him.

Match #2 – Singles Match
Mickie James vs. Kara Drew w/ Domino


Quick divas match to get Mickie James in action tonight against the diva formerly known as Cherry. Mickie looks to be in trouble in the early get go of the match but Kara Drew becomes distracted when the number one contender to the Women’s Championship, Victoria, makes her way towards the ring slowly. Drew stands on the ropes hollering at Victoria asking her what exactly she is doing. Domino is trying to tell Kara to not worry about it but it’s too late! Right as Kara Drew turns around she is knocked out by the Mick Kick! Mickie hooks the leg of her opponent as the referee counts the pin fall as Mickie picks up a big win this week on Raw.

Match Result: Mickie James def. Kara Drew


Victoria is seen standing at the halfway point of the stage clapping for her “friend’s” victory tonight. JR and The King discuss the confusing friendship between Victoria and Mickie James that JR insists only exists in the head of Victoria. Mickie makes her way towards Victoria on the stage. Mickie stops and asks Victoria why she came out here. Victoria says nothing to Mickie but instead has a smirk come over his face. Mickie walks up the ramp looking a bit perturbed at the awkward confrontation she just had with Victoria.

Mickie turns her back to the stage as she looks once more at Victoria but from behind the Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix attacks Mickie James! Victoria turns around to see Mickie laid out as she charges up the ramp but Beth Phoenix instead escapes through the entrance of the stage before Victoria can get to her. Victoria kneels down tending to Mickie as we see medics come out to check on Mickie James as we prepare for our commercial break.

***Commercial Break***

Match #3 – Singles Match
John Cena vs. The Big Show


We’ve reached the second hour of Monday Night Raw tonight with one of our main events – John Cena vs. The Big Show – kicking off the top of the hour. Cena and Big Show are having their first singles match tonight since Big Show turned on John Cena knocking him out a few weeks back on Raw. Big Show starts off dominating the match early on as he was able to corner Cena and slap Cena brutally across the chest taking Cena down early in the match as a result. Big Show followed it up picking Cena up and lifting him high into the air before throwing him halfway across the ring. Cena landed hard on his side as Big Show continues to assert his dominance over the captain of Team Cena.

As Big Show’s dominance continued to occur during the match we see the team captain for Team Kennedy, Mr. Kennedy, make his way towards the ring. Kennedy clearly came out here to interfere as he helped distract the referee long enough to allow the Big Show to use the ring rope in the corner to choke John Cena with. Big Show broke the move right as Kennedy ended up hopping off the ring apron. Big Show grabbed Cena lifting him high into the air before tossing him up and dropping Cena with the Military Press Slam! The Big Show clearly seems set to try and go for the Knockout Punch!

We now see CM Punk and Brian Kendrick make their way out towards the ring distracting The Big Show! Punk and Kendrick make their way towards the ring in an effort to try and help support their captain John Cena. Right after Punk and Kendrick make their way out Kenny Dykstra and the New World Tag Team Champions Priceless come running out! All of Team Kennedy is out as we see Priceless and Punk and Kendrick brawling on the outside! Kennedy is standing away from the action now trying to avoid any of the brawling. Matt Hardy comes charging out after Kenny Dykstra before Chris Jericho makes his way out as well! All ten men are in the arena right now with Big Show and Cena still having their match!

Big Show is clearly distracted as he’s been standing over the ring ropes hollering at Mr. Kennedy to do something about the chaos out here! Big Show forgets about John Cena who grabs Big Show trying to lift him onto his shoulders for an F-U! Cena is able to muscle up enough strength to get Big Show on his shoulders but Mr. Kennedy slides into the ring sneaking up behind Cena and dropping him with a low blow. The referee immediately calls for the bell as the ten man brawl continues to ravage the arena.

Match Result: John Cena def. The Big Show via DQ


Mr. Kennedy makes a mad dash out of the ring as he goes running through the crowd as we see Jericho chase him to the barricade but Jericho doesn’t go into the crowd. Jericho instead goes after the Big Show in the ring as all of the other men on both Team Cena and Team Kennedy continue to brawl. Mr. Kennedy stops at the top of the entrance to one of the sections looking down on the mass chaos that has just ensued. The camera focuses on Kennedy for a brief second before heading back into the main part of the arena where we see security running out to try and break up the big brawl.

***Commercial Break***

Our commentary team, JR and The King, let us know after the break that the brawl between the two teams was finally able to be broken up by security during the commercial break. JR and King discuss the effects that the brawl has heading into the Survivor Series match and how this match has just become more personal. The two run down the Survivor Series card before we prepare for our next match.

Match #4 – Singles Match
Carlito vs. Trevor Murdoch w/ Lance Cade


We have ourselves a quick singles match tonight to get Carlito back into the swing of things on Raw since he made his return last week to the red brand. Carlito draws Trevor Murdoch tonight as his opponent as we see Murdoch competing in a rare singles match tonight. Murdoch puts up a good fight with Carlito but it’s clear that Carlito is one step ahead of Murdoch tonight. It appeared as if Murdoch had an opportunity to put the match away towards the end but Carlito quickly countered catching Murdoch off guard with a Hurricanrana! Carlito quickly sprung on Murdoch hitting him with the Back Cracker to secure the victory tonight.

Match Result: Carlito def. Trevor Murdoch


Shortly afterwards we cut backstage to see Theodore Long sitting down with his clientele – Elijah Burke and the United States Champion Shelton Benjamin. Long lets Benjamin know that he received some bad news earlier from Shane McMahon. Long goes on to let Shelton know that he will be forced to defend his United States Championship next week against Kane! Benjamin is outraged for some reason (apparently not thinking about the loss that he suffered to Kane earlier in the night). Benjamin looks at Burke and shakes his finger at Burke. “The Guiding Light” Elijah Burke questions Benjamin as to why he’s pointing his finger at him. Benjamin lets Burke know that this is all his fault to which brings these two men face to face. Long inserts himself in between the two men holding them back! Benjamin snatches up his United States title and storms out of the locker room clearly disgusted leaving an confused Teddy Long with Elijah Burke both left looking for answers as to what’s next for the Gold Standards.

***Commercial Break***

We are welcomed back after the break to see Todd Grisham standing by backstage with John Cena! Grisham asks Cena his thoughts regarding the brawl earlier in the hour to which Cena responds by saying that Mr. Kennedy’s time is coming Sunday. He’s watched Kennedy duck out of each and every fight and bail each time that John Cena has requested to meet him in the ring one on one like a man! Cena questions Kennedy’s integrity – if he even has any – and says that Kennedy will have nowhere to run come Sunday in Orlando. Cena says he remains confident in the team that he has assembled and he knows that he is going into the fight as the underdog but that he fully expects his team to rise up and finally put an end to Kennedy’s actions.

We have a quick video promo hyping next week’s Monday Night Raw with two confirmed title matches – Shelton Benjamin vs. Kane for the United States Championship and the just confirmed via Shane McMahon – World Tag Team Championship rematch with the new champions Priceless putting their titles up against the former champions CM Punk and Brian Kendrick. The video finally hypes the fallout from Survivor Series and the big main events of the WWE Championship and the Team Cena vs. Team Kennedy match.

Backstage, we get a three way cut screen showing Batista, Randy Orton, and the WWE Champion Triple H all warming up backstage in preparation for our main event – NEXT!

***Commercial Break***

Match #5 –Six Man Tag Team Main Event Match
Batista, Randy Orton, & Triple H vs. John Bradshaw Layfield & The Bluebloods


We are reminded as our main event gets kicked off that if any one of Batista or Orton gets their team disqualified, counted out, or strikes one of their teammates during the match that they will lose their spot in the match at Survivor Series and if Triple H does the same he will be stripped of the WWE Championship. The main event kicks off with Triple H and William Regal going after it. The WWE Champion uses his strength to power over William Regal but the finesse and brains of Regal is able to turn the tide of the match a few minutes in thanks to a quick cheap shot with the referee being distracted by Burchill.

Regal greeted Triple H with some clubbing left handed blows to the face before making the tag and bringing in his partner Paul Burchill. Burchill comes charging into the ring after Triple H connecting with a running knee to the face. Burchill and Regal would continue to tag one another in repeatedly in an effort to showcase why they are one of the most dangerous teams in the WWE today. JBL would finally find himself coming in after a tag in from Burchill. JBL came storming into the ring with a quick cover on Triple H after a brutal clothesline from Burchill on Triple H. Triple H easily kicked out of the cover in what may have been a mistake by JBL.

Triple H easily begins to turn the tide as he catches JBL with an Atomic Drop before dropping JBL with a hard right hand to the face. Triple H backs into the corner and Batista tags himself into the match! Triple H looks enraged but he knows that he cannot act on what Batista did or he will be stripped of the title! Batista comes charging into the ring as he spears JBL onto the mat! The Animal turns his attention to Randy Orton instead as he walks over taunting Orton for some unknowing reason. Orton waits until Batista turns his back and he slaps Batista rather aggressively on the back tagging himself into the match. Batista takes offense to the move as he comes face to face with Randy Orton!

Orton lets Batista know that he needs to step back and let a real man take care of business now. Batista looks set to strike Orton but takes a step back knowing it’s not worth it. Orton takes a step towards JBL letting Batista know that this will be his fate on Sunday as Orton leaps into the air and drops JBL with an RKO! Orton drops down covering JBL to earn the big win!

Match Result: Batista, Randy Orton, & Triple H def. John Bradshaw Layfield & The Bluebloods


With the match now being over we see Batista charge into the ring as he spears Randy Orton into the mat! Orton falls onto the mat clutching his ribs as Triple H charges into the ring! Triple H attacks Batista from behind backing him into the corner. He lays into Batista with some hard rights but Batista manages to push Triple H away from him! Batista takes a step back before running at Triple H but he runs right into a Spinebuster from the WWE Champion! Batista rises onto his feet once again turning into a Pedigree from “The Game”! Triple H calls for his WWE Championship as the ring worker brings the WWE title to Triple H as we see Monday Night Raw come to a close with Triple H standing symbolically with the WWE title high in the air over the bodies of Batista and Randy Orton as the camera fades away.

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Quick Results:

Kane def. United States Champion Shelton Benjamin in a Non-Title Match
Mickie James def. Kara Drew
John Cena def. The Big Show via DQ
Carlito def. Trevor Murdoch
Batista, Randy Orton, & Triple H def. JBL & The Bluebloods


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Event: WWE Survivor Series 2007
Date: Sunday November 18, 2007
Location: Amway Arena - Orlando, FL
Official Theme Song: Tick Tick Boom by The Hives

WWE Championship - Triple Threat Match
Batista vs. Randy Orton vs. Triple H (c)

World-Heavyweight Championship - Elimination Chamber Match
MVP vs. Christian vs. Umaga
vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Edge?


Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team Cena vs. Team Kennedy
Team Cena (John Cena, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Brian Kendrick, & Matt Hardy) vs.
Team Kennedy (Mr. Kennedy, The Big Show, Kenny Dykstra, Cody Rhodes, & Ted DiBiase)


Career vs. Career Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team HBK vs. Team Flair
Team HBK (Shawn Michaels, Kofi Kingston, Jeff Hardy, & Paul London) vs.
Team Flair (Ric Flair, Jamie Noble, Chris Masters, & Finlay)

Intercontinental Championship - Submission Match
Gregory Helms (c) vs. Brent Albright

Women's Championship
Beth Phoenix (c) vs. Victoria

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It's amazing how often you can forget a time period until someone brings it back up either in a disucssion, or in a BTB. Survivor Series seems to be coming along quite nicely, some pretty star-studded matches up and down the card. Although for the Team HBK vs. Team Flair, I know I'd be VERY pissed if my career was ended because I had to rely on my teammates and not just myself winning a match. So that certainly adds some extra drama to that match.

Keep it up and I look forward to reading the next show.
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WWE Friday Night SmackDown
Friday November 16, 2007
Kansas Coliseum – Wichita, Kansas


***Rise Up***

The normal SmackDown video package opens up our regular programming tonight before we cut into the Kansas Coliseum on this go home episode of Friday Night SmackDown! The camera pans around the arena for about twenty seconds before cutting to our ringside commentary duo of Michael Cole and Tazz. We are told that we will receive an update tonight on Edge on if he will be able to compete on Sunday (who is NOT here tonight due to the brutal attack from “The Samoan Bulldozer” Umaga on last week’s SmackDown). Cole and Tazz finally hype the Beat the Clock Challenge tonight that will see the five men confirmed for the Elimination Chamber match (barring Edge of course) who will compete tonight to earn the best time for the chance to enter the Elimination Chamber with the coveted sixth spot.

Match #1 – Beat the Clock Challenge Match
Rey Mysterio vs. Eric Escobar


Rey Mysterio draws the first match tonight against one of SmackDown’s newest roster members in Eric Escobar. Mysterio is clearly outsized (as usual) in this match tonight but he used his speed and athleticism to his advantage to put himself over early in the match against Escobar. Mysterio caught Escobar off guard around the two minute mark with a Hurricanrana which he kept the legs hooked with a pin fall but Escobar was able to kick out rather quickly. Escobar began to mount a comeback at this point as he would end up catching Mysterio with a Spinning Side Slam. Escobar attempted a pin fall but would end up unlucky as Mysterio would kick out at an early count of two.

The match is nearing the 4:45 second mark now with Mysterio beginning to find himself in a bit of trouble. Escobar would prepare to Irish Whip Mysterio off into the ropes but the high flying Mysterio leaped onto the middle rope before jumping off the ropes with a Moonsault attempt but Escobar would catch Mysterio in mid-air. Escobar tries to throw Mysterio on his shoulders but as he gets Mysterio up onto his shoulders Escobar is hit with a knee to the head. Mysterio hits Escobar with another knee to the head causing Escobar to have to drop Mysterio.

Escobar grabs at his head as Mysterio leaps into the air and hits Escobar with an enzuigiri causing Escobar’s momentum to send him onto the middle ropes! Mysterio looks at Escobar realizing this is the perfect time to strike as Escobar ironically fell onto the middle rope! Mysterio charges off the ropes before connecting with the 619! Escobar falls onto the mat in the center of the ring as Mysterio points to the sky and leaps off the top rope with the West Coast Pop! Mysterio hooks the leg of Escobar earning the victory and setting the standard for the Beat the Clock Challenge tonight with a successful victory at 8:24.

Match Result: Rey Mysterio def. Eric Escobar (8:24)


Michael Cole reminds us that Mysterio has just set the standard for tonight’s Beat the Clock Challenge and that with four more matches to go tonight including Christian, MVP, Umaga, and Rob Van Dam all set to compete later on in the night. Tazz says he was impressed by Mysterio’s victory but he believes that Mysterio’s time may have been a bit too high and may be easy to defeat tonight.

***Commercial Break***

The dual Intercontinental and Cruiserweight Champion, Gregory Helms, is seen backstage talking to Maria before he ends up walking off. Helms is brashly walking down the hallway with his Intercontinental title around his left shoulder and his Cruiserweight title around his right shoulder. Helms stops for a second at the coffee table preparing to pour him a cup of coffee but as he turns around he sees Shane McMahon. Shane tells Helms that he knows he has a big Intercontinental Championship defense this Sunday against Brent Albright but that Helms cannot forget that he currently holds another title – the Cruiserweight Championship. Helms tells Shane-o-Mac that he hasn’t forgotten that he is the Cruiserweight Champion and by all means the people have not forgotten it either. Helms rambles on about being the first Dual Champion in three years. Shane congratulates Helms on his accomplishment but he lets him know that since he is a dual champion that he has to defend his Cruiserweight Championship as well at some point. Shane tells Helms that next week will be the perfect week to do so! Helms says that he has nothing left to prove against any of the current Cruiserweights to which Shane rebuts with that he has the perfect competitor for Helms to face next week. Shane walks off wishing Helms good luck this Sunday as Helms looks confused and stunned that not only does he have to worry about a title defense Sunday but also for next Friday against an unknown competitor.

Match #2 – Singles Match
Charlie Haas vs. JTG w/ Shad Gaspard


Quick match up tonight to get Charlie Haas on the card as he has recently started being featured on SmackDown a lot more since his push this summer came to a screeching halt. Haas dominates JTG at the beginning of the match working on the leg of JTG but Shad would rile the fans up getting his tag team partner JTG back into the match. JTG would fight back with numerous clothesline attempts knocking Haas onto the mat. With the support of the fans behind him JTG picks Haas up off the mat but Haas would out of nowhere catch JTG off guard with an Exploder Suplex sending JTG flying across the ring. JTG is clutching his leg as we see Haas hurry over and lock in the Haas of Pain. It doesn’t take JTG long to tap put giving Haas an impressive win in short fashion tonight.

Match Result: Charlie Haas def. JTG


Haas calls for a microphone from ringside telling the producers to cut his music off. Haas says that he’s taken less priority over the past six months since he lost his Intercontinental Championship but that will all come to an end in 2008. Haas says he rose to new heights in 2007 capturing his first singles title but still he does not get the respect that he rightfully deserves. Haas closes by reminding the fans that he is the greatest thing going in the WWE and that he will rightfully take back what is his. Haas leaves the ring to boos around the arena as we see Shad helping his partner and friend JTG back onto his feet as we cut out to a commercial break.

***Commercial Break***

Match #3 – Beat the Clock Challenge Match
Christian vs. Mark Henry


We receive a rematch from last week’s main event on SmackDown with Captain Charisma looking to earn another big win tonight over the World’s Strongest Man. Christian was able to secure a win last week when MVP’s interference backfired and he accidentally struck Henry with the steel chair instead of Christian. This week Mark Henry comes out with a vendetta against Christian as he attacks him right as the bell rings. Henry continues to way lay Christian beating him down in the corner causing the referee to break up Henry and Christian getting the big man out of the corner.

Henry begins to dominate the mid part of the match tossing Christian around the ring for a good amount of time during the match. The match starts to turn a bit towards the end after Henry hit a big clothesline on Christian he would attempt a World’s Strongest Splash onto Christian but Captain Charisma wisely rolled out of the way. The fans started to rally behind Christian now as he starts to rise onto his feet. Christian takes a look up at the clock and sees that he has only about one minute left to try and beat the clock. He walks over towards Henry as Henry is up on one knee before hitting Henry with a dropkick to his knee but Henry does not budge. Christian leaps into the air dropkicking Henry in the face causing Henry to fall onto both knees on the mat. Christian hurriedly grabs Henry’s head before planting Henry into the mat with a DDT.

The World’s Strongest Man falls face first onto the mat before rolling over as we see Christian now point towards the ropes. He knows that he is going to have to improvise now to try and end the match since Henry is off of his feet. Christian climbs the turnbuckles before leaping off and connecting with a Frog Splash! Captain Charisma looks up at the clock again as he now only has two seconds. The referee runs over and counts the pin fall and Christian earns another win over Mark Henry but he did not beat the clock as he narrowly missed it by two seconds.

Match Result: Christian def. Mark Henry (8:26)

After our second Beat the Clock Challenge Match we cut backstage to see Josh Mathews standing by with Brent Albright. Mathews asks Albright if he’s ready for Sunday’s Submission Match against Gregory Helms for the Intercontinental Championship. Albright tells Josh that he is more than ready as he’s been eagerly anticipating this chance to get his hands on Helms one on one for weeks. Albright reminds Josh that Gregory Helms is stepping into Albright’s world and he knows that he can finally take back his title and spare the fans from having to see Gregory Helms as champion for any longer.

***Commercial Break***

***Also Sprach Zarathustra***

“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair leads his team of cronies Jamie Noble and Chris Masters along with the fourth teammate Finlay to the ring to a chorus of boos from the fans here in the Kansas Coliseum. Flair is clearly bruised and battered after last week’s brawl throughout the arena as he is seen wearing a cotton wrap around his head. As the group makes their way towards the ring we see a quick recap video of a bloodied Flair begging and pleading with HBK to stop the fight. HBK did not do so as he would hit Flair with a chair and put Flair in a Figure Four Leg Lock.

Noble and Masters hold the ropes open for their mentor as “The Nature Boy” steps into the ring and is handed a microphone from the ringside worker. Flair yells out “Cut the music” as he looks clearly pissed off about last week’s events. Flair says that after what Shawn Michaels has put him through for the past five months that he is glad that he will finally be the man to end the storied career of “The Heart Break Kid” Shawn Michaels this Sunday.

Flair says that he has no worries that he will retire HBK this Sunday. He reminds the fans the reason why he has been dubbed “The Dirtiest Player in the Game” is because he always had a Plan B if Plan A falls through, a Plan C if Plan B falls through, a Plan D if Plan C falls through, and so on and so forth. He never goes into battle without having a backup plan. Flair then changes subjects as he begins to talk about how this Sunday when it all comes down to it that “The Nature Boy” is going to prevail as he always has. Flair says that he feels 100% confident that when he walks into the Amway Arena on Sunday night that he will be leaving as an active WWE superstar and that he will have successfully put an end to not only the career of Shawn Michaels but the man Shawn Michaels as well. Flair says that HBK better begin praying now in preparation for what his team is going to bring to the table on Sunday in Orlando.

Flair begins to bring up another point but…

***Sexy Boy***

The music of “HBK” Shawn Michaels plays loudly around the Kansas Coliseum as we see HBK and his team for Sunday of Kofi Kingston and the WWE Tag Team Champions – Jeff Hardy and Paul London – make their way towards the ring. HBK has a microphone in hand as he speaks while he is walking down the ramp. HBK cuts Flair off stating that he’s had enough of listening to Flair talk and ramble on about how he’s going to end his (HBK’s) career. HBK says that what Flair doesn’t want to mention is the times that he beat up and bloodied him (HBK) by who he thought had been his friend but apparently never was.

Flair cuts Michaels off stating that he never was friends with Shawn Michaels. He said that Shawn Michaels made him sick from the very first day he met him way back when HBK first broke into the wrestling industry. Flair tells HBK that he’s watched the way Michaels works not only inside the ring but outside of the ring. He says that he’s never liked the way that HBK has carried himself as one of the greatest to ever live but yet he always seemed to forget that the Nature Boy himself is a 16 time World Champion. Flair lets HBK know that he was tired of being overshadowed by Michaels and never being the top flight superstar that he was and still is to this day.

Flair says he’s watched HBK main event the past several WrestleMania’s while he (Flair) has been stuck in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and numerous times left off of wrestling at WrestleMania. Flair says that is no way that the greatest wrestler ever should be treated. HBK stops Flair right in his tracks as Michaels says that he was not simply handed these opportunities as Flair seems to be implying but rather he went out and earned these opportunities. Michaels lets Flair know that he’s fought over the past few years to have a career renaissance and that he is truly once again enjoying himself both personally and professionally more than ever. But the one thing that he will truly enjoy even more will not only come this Sunday when he retires Ric Flair but something he’s been waiting to do since he came out here earlier….

HBK pauses for a second dropping the microphone before he leaps onto Ric Flair beating down the Nature Boy. Finlay pulls HBK off of Flair but gets hit with a Sweet Chin Music! Jeff Hardy and Paul London both run at Chris Masters and Jamie Noble but Masters knocks Paul London down with a Polish Hammer! Jeff Hardy ducks underneath an clothesline attempt from Jamie Noble but right when Hardy comes back at Noble he gets greeted with Finlay’s shillelagh right across his face with another Polish Hammer from Chris Masters. Jamie Noble turns around right into a Sweet Chin Music planting Noble onto the mat. Kofi Kingston charges at Chris Masters but Masters dumps Kingston out of the ring as Kingston lands hard on the outside. Masters apparently forgets about HBK as HBK ends up clotheslining Chris Masters out of the ring right as he turns around!

HBK stands over the ropes for a brief second but out of nowhere Ric Flair hits Shawn Michaels with a low blow! The Nature Boy streaks his hands through his hair before reaching into his pants pocket and pulls out Brass Knucks. Flair slides the knucks onto his hand before hitting HBK in the head with the knucks and dragging them across the face of Shawn Michaels! Flair repeatedly is dragging the knucks across HBK’s head as we see blood coming from the head of Shawn Michaels now. Flair takes the knucks off looking at the blood of HBK which is now on the brass knucks before rising onto his feet and standing tall over the body of Shawn Michaels who is out cold in the ring.

Our commentating team of Michael Cole and Tazz discuss the shocking events that we just saw transpire here on Friday Night Smackdown. Cole says that he has never seen anything this personal as this war between Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair will finally come to a head on Sunday evening. Both men end up running down the rest of the Survivor Series card after having discussed the HBK-Flair situation before we head to another commercial break.

***Commercial Break***

Backstage after the break we see Matt Striker standing in front of the interview area. Striker says that there has been something missing from SmackDown recently. He says he’s had a hard time figuring out just what exactly it was but then all of a sudden it dawns on him – Test! Striker says that the man he has managed in the past will be making his return next week on Friday Night SmackDown after a several months hiatus. Striker says this is a warning to the SmackDown roster – This will be the biggest “Test” of their lives!

Match #4 – Tag Team Match
John Morrison & The Miz vs. Jesse & Festus


Formulaic tag team match tonight as we get a quick match up to get two former tag teams who have been WWE Tag Team Champions within this year in action. Both Morrison and The Miz were able to take advantage of Festus double teaming the mad man Festus in an effort to try and take the big man down. Morrison would slide underneath a charging Festus before showing off his athleticism and leaping into the air with a Dropkick causing Festus to hit the turnbuckles hard! Morrison ran over knocking Jesse off the ropes before making the tag and bringing in his tag team partner – The Miz! Miz hurries into the ring looking to get the leftovers from what Morrison has done to Festus. Miz stalks Festus eagerly awaiting the giant to rise onto his feet. Festus rises onto his feet and backs into the arms of The Miz as Miz hits the Reality Check! Miz hooks the leg of Festus and he earns the pin fall bringing this short tag team match to an end.

Match Result: John Morrison & The Miz def. Jesse and Festus


We head backstage briefly to see former World Heavyweight Champion MVP and his bodyguard Ezekiel Jackson as they enter the office of Shane McMahon. MVP informs Shane that he wanted to come and apologize as he believes they got off onto the wrong foot last week. MVP says that he’s just been a bit angry since he was stripped of his World-Heavyweight title unrightfully and that he shouldn’t have to compete in the Elimination Chamber on Sunday. Shane stops him quickly saying that he doesn’t believe a single thing that MVP is telling him right now nor does he care what MVP has to say. Shane says he’s got too many concerns regarding the rest of the night and Survivor Series to be worried about MVP wanting to “apologize”. MVP gets ready to storm out of the office but Shane stops him and asks him where he is going? Shane says that he wasn’t done talking as he reminds MVP that he still has a match tonight. MVP says “Yeah…so what?” to which Shane informs him that now he will be facing one of the competitors in the Elimination Chamber in the Beat the Clock Challenge – Rob Van Dam! The crowd erupts as MVP has a pissed off look come over his face as he tells Ezekiel “Let’s go!” as he storms out of the office.

***Commercial Break***

As we come back from the break we are told by Michael Cole and Tazz that we should have an update soon from Shane McMahon regarding whether Edge will be able to compete in the Elimination Chamber this Sunday or not.

Match #5 – Beat the Clock Challenge Match
Umaga w/ Armando Estrada vs. Drew McIntyre


Umaga is looking to beat Rey Mysterio’s time of 8:24 from earlier in the night when Mysterio defeated Escobar. Umaga draws one of SmackDown’s newest superstars in Drew McIntyre tonight. McIntyre is looking to try and make a statement against the deadly force that is The Samoan Bulldozer. Umaga immediately hops out to an early start as he charges after McIntyre in the corner beating down McIntyre repeatedly with hard right hands. Umaga is surprisingly pushed from McIntyre as McIntyre does not seem as if he is going to back down from this challenge.

Umaga walks towards Drew again but McIntyre responds with another shove but this time Umaga doesn’t budge! McIntyre charges out of the corner right into a big Headbutt from The Samoan Bulldozer! McIntyre falls into the corner which prompts Umaga to make his way towards the opposing corner.

Umaga looks at Armando Estrada as Estrada snaps a cigar in half essentially telling Umaga to take care of Drew McIntyre! Umaga takes off out of the corner charging after McIntyre as he connects with the Samoan Wrecking Ball! McIntyre’s head whiplashes off the turnbuckle as Umaga has this wild look come over his face now. Umaga drags a lifeless McIntyre out of the corner into the center of the ring. Umaga literally throws McIntyre back onto his feet before connecting with the Samoan Spike! The Samoan Bulldozer falls onto the mat hooking the leg of Drew McIntyre and Umaga now has set the new time thanks to his impressive victory.

Match Result: Umaga def. Drew McIntyre (4:13)


Michael Cole and Tazz begin to discuss how Umaga just shattered Rey Mysterio’s time and how it’s looking as if Umaga will now the sixth entrant into the Elimination Chamber on Sunday night in Orlando. Armando Estrada heads into the ring preparing to celebrate with Umaga when out of nowhere EDGE SLIDES INTO THE RING! The fans are absolutely stunned as Edge who was just brutally attacked last week by Umaga is now in the ring! ARMANDO ESTRADA AND UMAGA TURN AROUND JUST IN TIME FOR UMAGA TO GET SPEARED BY EDGE! The Rated R Superstar has just all but confirmed that he will be in the Elimination Chamber come Sunday. Armando Estrada rolls out of the ring as he tries to help roll Umaga out of the ring.

Edge calls for a microphone as the arena is still stunned at the return of Edge tonight! Edge says that nobody had any idea that he was going to be here tonight! Edge says that despite the fact that he is not cleared for action tonight – he will indeed be competing in the Elimination Chamber on Sunday! Edge states that even though it may be a disadvantage that he didn’t get to compete tonight for a chance to enter the Elimination Chamber sixth – that in all honesty it does not matter which number Edge enters as he will be prepared to unleash all of his pent up frustration on the other five men in the ring. The Rated R Superstar says that he’s coming for his third World-Heavyweight Championship and there is no one that can stop him. He says that he proved that tonight when he returned and speared Umaga! Edge closes the segment by saying that Sunday he will get what was truly stolen from him back in July. Edge rolls out of the ring and stops at the top of the ramp as he poses for the fans before we head to another commercial break.

***Commercial Break***

Match #6 – Singles Match
Brent Albright vs. Deuce


Quick singles match to get the number one contender to the Intercontinental Championship in action tonight. Albright works over Deuce’s arm throughout the duration of the match. Albright seems a bit perplexed that Gregory Helms is not at ringside scouting him since that has been the case the past few weeks but he doesn’t let that disturb him. Deuce tries to counter Albright’s Vertical Suplex attempt as he landed on his feet but right as he turns around he runs into a big Belly to Belly Suplex! Albright trips Deuce up onto the mat as Deuce came charging at him as he locks in the Crowbar! It takes very little time for Deuce to tap out as Albright earns himself a quick victory before his match this Sunday.

Match Result: Brent Albright def. Deuce via submission

Brent Albright has his hand raised in the center of the ring as he is celebrating his impressive win tonight. Albright exits the ring making his way up the ramp and as he turns his back to the stage to wave to the fans he is ambushed by behind from the Intercontinental Champion Gregory Helms! Helms starts beating down Albright with numerous hard right hands but Albright counters and drives Helms back first into the stage! Albright is now on top as we see security come running out trying to split these two men up. Albright breaks free and charges after Helms hitting him with a few more hard rights before security is finally able to get these two men separate from one another. Albright is hollering at Helms that he is going to break his arm this Sunday as we see the sly champion have a smirk come over his face as he says “We’ll see about that”.

Josh Mathews is seen standing by with one of the participants in this Sunday’s Elimination Chamber – Rob Van Dam! Mathews asks RVD how he’s feeling heading into not only this Sunday’s match but also his match next against MVP. Van Dam lets Josh know that he’s been a bit disappointed in himself since he returned to the WWE back in August. He says that he feels like he’s been a bit complacent with where he’s been at in the company since he resigned and came to SmackDown. RVD says that he has no one to blame but himself for this but that he truly does believe that this Sunday he can bring an end to his disappointing four months that he’s experienced so far on SmackDown. Josh reminds Rob that one year ago at Survivor Series is when he lost his first ever WWE Championship in the exact match that he’ll be competing in on Sunday. Rob says that he remembers that night in Philadelphia but that he’s going to have to forget it all in two night’s time. Van Dam lets Josh know that he’s preparing both mentally and physically for the grueling elements that he’ll face this Sunday and that he’s more than ready to compete. Van Dam then finishes this off by saying that it’ll all start next when he defeats MVP and earns the right to be the sixth entrant into the Chamber. RVD walks off making his way towards the arena as Michael Cole and Tazz plug our main event – Rob Van Dam vs. Montel Vontavious Porter – in the final Beat the Clock Challenge Match of the evening – NEXT!

***Commercial Break***

Match #7 – Beat the Clock Challenge Match
Montel Vontavious Porter w/ Ezekiel Jackson vs. Rob Van Dam


Our main event kicks off with both men locking up in the center of the ring. Porter tries to pick a fight with Van Dam but it backfires as Van Dam hits him with a slew of kicks tossing the former World Heavyweight Champion back into the corner. MVP begins to realize that he may be in trouble and thus he enlists the help of “Big Zeke” Ezekiel Jackson early on in the match. RVD comes after MVP in the corner trying his hardest to get to MVP but MVP smartly throws the referee in front of him. The referee is pleading with Van Dam to not him and of course RVD stops himself from swinging at MVP since he realizes he would hit the referee.

The referee asks MVP what he is doing as he now turns his back to Big Zeke allowing Big Zeke to climb the apron and pull RVD towards him. Big Zeke grabs Van Dam ramming his head into the turnbuckle as we see Van Dam hit the mat hard. The referee turns around too late but he seems confused as to why Van Dam is laid out. He asks Ezekiel if he had anything to do with it which of course Ezekiel denies. The referee warns Ezekiel to not interfere or he will be ejected from ringside. MVP goes on the offense attack now as he locks Van Dam in a headlock attempting to wear Van Dam down.

As the match continues to progress along MVP realizes that he still has about 3:15 left on the clock to try and defeat Van Dam in an effort to enter the chamber at number six. MVP begins to pick up the offense a bit now as he rises onto his feet but as he goes to pull Van Dam up RVD ends up grabbing MVP and throwing him over the top rope! Big Zeke catches MVP preventing him from hitting the mat. Ezekiel prepares to place MVP back onto his feet but out of nowhere Van Dam leaps over the ropes with a Plancha taking both men down on the outside. The fans are going wild as Van Dam looks up at the clock now and realizes it is now down to 3:00.

RVD hurriedly picks MVP up and tosses him into the ring hooking the leg for a pin fall count but MVP kicks out at two easily keeping himself alive in the match. Van Dam steps in front of MVP and attempts a Standing Moonsault which he lands. Van Dam hooks the leg again and gets only a two count again. Van Dam realizes now that he’s only got around 2:30 left on the clock and he now pulls Porter off of the mat. MVP starts to fight back as he ends up driving Van Dam into the corner hitting Van Dam with a few right hands but RVD is able to block the last one by MVP before he ends up dropping MVP with a Roundhouse Kick! MVP looks to be knocked out as Van Dam hurriedly hooks the leg near the corner. The referee runs over and counts but Van Dam is surprised when MVP is able to get his foot on the ropes right at the two count.

Van Dam rises onto his feet once more as he prepares to Irish whip MVP off into the ropes. MVP comes charging off the ropes but ducks underneath a spinning heel kick attempt from Van Dam! Van Dam spins around once more trying to kick MVP but MVP catches the foot of Van Dam! MVP is laughing now saying that he’s got Van Dam right now but the athletic Van Dam spins around and this time connects with the Spinning Heel Kick! MVP drops onto the mat as Van Dam looks up and it’s 1:40 left on the clock. Van Dam covers MVP once more but this time MVP gets a bit of help from Ezekiel as Ezekiel placed the foot of Porter on the ropes.

RVD is completely unaware that the foot of MVP was placed on the ropes by his bodyguard Ezekiel Jackson. RVD realizes he is now at the 1:20 mark and that he must earn a victory soon if he hopes to enter the Elimination Chamber at the coveted sixth spot. Van Dam looks down at MVP as he is going to attempt Rolling Thunder! Van Dam runs off the ropes and leaps into the air for Rolling Thunder but MVP rolled out of the way just in time. Van Dam lands hard on his back in the center of the ring.

MVP gets back onto his feet after a brief amount of time with both men down on the mat and as he sees Van Dam sit back up he charges off the ropes coming back with a Big Boot to the face of Van Dam. Van Dam’s head hits the mat with a thud as MVP covers Van Dam. Two count from the referee keeps Van Dam alive in this big main event tonight on SmackDown.

Ezekiel hollers out at MVP to pay attention to the clock as there is only 1:35 left on the clock. MVP bends down trying to pick Van Dam up as he is looking to hit his opponent with the Playmaker. MVP takes perhaps a bit too much time taunting not only Van Dam but the fans for some unknown reason and it allows Van Dam to counter the hold. Van Dam is able to push MVP off of him and as MVP comes back he runs right into a Hurricanrana! Van Dam keeps the leg hooked but MVP is able to kick out at just the last second! The fans are enjoying this match as we see now 0:35 left on the clock.

RVD is able to pull himself back onto his feet as he jumps and connects with a Corkscrew Leg Drop before pointing to the top ropes! Van Dam makes his way towards the corner as he begins to make his ascent towards the top rope. Van Dam leaps onto the ropes and looks ready to jump off the ropes with the Five Star Frog Splash! RVD gets ready to leap but Ezekiel Jackson jumps on the apron and is holding the legs of Van Dam preventing him from jumping! The referee runs over telling Ezekiel to get off the apron but Ezekiel will have none of it. The camera pans over quickly to show that there is now only 0:05 left on the clock. Ezekiel is finally kicked off the apron by Van Dam but it’s too late at the end of the match as Van Dam is unable to defeat MVP thus giving Umaga the sixth entrance spot into the Elimination Chamber!

Match Result: Rob Van Dam vs. Montel Vontavious Porter was a Draw


RVD looks down at MVP now and shrugs his shoulders as he leaps off the ropes with the Five Star Frog Splash despite the match being over! Van Dam is rolling around on the mat holding his stomach as it clearly took a lot out of him after his demanding Five Star Frog Splash! Van Dam begins to get back onto his feet but from behind him comes Ezekiel Jackson! Ezekiel pulls Van Dam off of the mat and hits him with the Book of Ezekiel! Jackson stands tall over Van Dam in the center of the ring getting some aid of revenge for MVP tonight. Ezekiel bends down picking MVP up as he helps him out of the ring as we see the camera zoom in on Ezekiel Jackson having to hold MVP up as he carries him to the back with Van Dam laid out in the center of the ring.

As SmackDown prepares to come to a close Michael Cole and Tazz discuss the night’s happenings and hype Survivor Series one last time. They close by discussing that Umaga will now be the sixth entrant into the Elimination Chamber as a result of his victory tonight in 4:13. The two commentators state that this Sunday will be a night that you will not want to miss!

Quick Results:

Rey Mysterio def. Eric Escobar (8:24) in a Beat the Clock Challenge Match
Charlie Haas def. JTG
Christian def. Mark Henry (8:26) in a Beat the Clock Challenge Match
John Morrison & The Miz def. Jesse & Festus
Umaga def. Drew McIntyre (4:13) in a Beat the Clock Challenge Match
Brent Albright def. Deuce
Rob Van Dam vs. MVP was a Draw in a Beat the Clock Challenge Match
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Alright guys Survivor Series is almost done! Got one more match to write and the Pay-Per-View will be ready to go. This will be my first full Pay-Per-View in two years so I'm pretty excited for this to be done. A lot of this stuff has been planned for a few years now so I'm pretty excited to get Survivor Series finally up. Keep an eye out and below I have posted the results from last year's Survivor Series and then the card. Predictions are now open!

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WWE Survivor Series 2006 Flashback:

- Team Yang (Jimmy Wang Yang, Shannon Moore, & The Mexicools def. Team Noble (Jamie Noble, Kid Kash, Nunzio, & Chavo Guerrero)in a Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match
- Victoria def. Jillian to retain the Women's Championship
- Ric Flair, Charlie Haas, Jeff Hardy, Carlito, & Sabu def. Umaga, Shelton Benjamin, MNM, & Gregory Helms in a Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match
- Team JBL (MVP, Finlay, Batista, Mark Henry, & Mr. Kennedy) def. Team Long (Kurt Angle, Brian Kendrick, Paul London, Matt Hardy, & Kane in a Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match
- Edge def. Rey Mysterio to retain the World Heavyweight Championship
- Randy Orton def. Rob Van Dam, Triple H, Chris Jericho, Shawn Michaels, & John Cena to become the NEW WWE Champion

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Event: WWE Survivor Series 2007
Date: Sunday November 18, 2007
Location: Amway Arena - Orlando, FL
Official Theme Song: Tick Tick Boom by The Hives

WWE Championship - Triple Threat Match
Batista vs. Randy Orton vs. Triple H (c)

World-Heavyweight Championship - Elimination Chamber Match
MVP vs. Christian vs. Umaga
vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Edge


Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team Cena vs. Team Kennedy
Team Cena (John Cena, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Brian Kendrick, & Matt Hardy) vs.
Team Kennedy (Mr. Kennedy, The Big Show, Kenny Dykstra, Cody Rhodes, & Ted DiBiase)


Career vs. Career Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team HBK vs. Team Flair
Team HBK (Shawn Michaels, Kofi Kingston, Jeff Hardy, & Paul London) vs.
Team Flair (Ric Flair, Jamie Noble, Chris Masters, & Finlay)

Intercontinental Championship - Submission Match
Gregory Helms (c) vs. Brent Albright

Women's Championship
Beth Phoenix (c) vs. Victoria


Bonus Questions:

1. Predict the Match Order (6 Points)
2. Predict the Winners (6 Points)
3. Predict the order of Eliminations in the Elimination Chamber (5 Points)
4. Predict the Survivors for Team Cena vs. Team Kennedy (1 Point each - Up to Possible 5 Points)
5. Predict the Survivors for Team Flair vs. Team HBK (1 Point Each - Up to Possible 5 Points)

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4. WWE Championship - Triple Threat Match
Batista vs. Randy Orton vs. Triple H (c)


Gonna go with The Game on this one. I do feel bad for Batista not having held it for so long at all, but I'd much rather side with Trips. As a matter of fact, I think I'd like to get a wagon and say keep it on Trips up until Wrestlemania sometime. That could easily build up a 'mania moment for someone.

6. World-Heavyweight Championship - Elimination Chamber Match
MVP vs. Christian vs. Umaga
vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Edge


Y'know what? I'm gonna go a limb here. I'm gonna say Umaga. There's absolutely no rhyme or reason to it other than I just want one. Edge or MVP will win, but Wolfy denied us an Umaga world title run. I think you could give us one that could be just as fun, even if it only lasts a little while. So I will ignorantly ride my Umaga horse.

3. Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team Cena vs. Team Kennedy
Team Cena (John Cena, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Brian Kendrick, & Matt Hardy) vs.
Team Kennedy (Mr. Kennedy, The Big Show, Kenny Dykstra, Cody Rhodes, & Ted DiBiase)


Cena needs something in this feud and after Kennedy doused him at Cyber Sunday, methinks his team has a lot more vengeance on their side between Cena/Kennedy and Punk and Kendrick losing their titles. I fully expect the young studs to look strong,even in defeat, though.

5. Career vs. Career Classic Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team HBK vs. Team Flair
Team HBK (Shawn Michaels, Kofi Kingston, Jeff Hardy, & Paul London) vs.
Team Flair (Ric Flair, Jamie Noble, Chris Masters, & Finlay)



I like that you did this this way instead of a one-on-one match between the two. Yes, it would have perhaps been more fitting, but personally, I don't know if I'd be able to write a good enough Flair match fit for retirement. It seems almost obvious, really, that Team HBK should go over here. Just looking at the teams, Team HBK seems much, much stronger. Even so, I think this'll be the only down to the wire Sole Survivor match so we can get Michaels and Flair one one one for the finish.

1.Intercontinental Championship - Submission Match
Gregory Helms (c) vs. Brent Albright


You've invested a great deal in Helms here. As much of a fan I am of Albright, I can easily see Helms going over and staying double champion for at least another PPV.

2. Women's Championship
Beth Phoenix (c) vs. Victoria


Set up a Triple Threat somewhere down the line, no?

Bonus Questions:

1. Predict the Match Order (6 Points) Tough, but Done
2. Predict the Winners (6 Points) DONE
3. Predict the order of Eliminations in the Elimination Chamber (5 Points) Rey Mysterio, Christian, RVD, MVP, Edge
4. Predict the Survivors for Team Cena vs. Team Kennedy (1 Point each - Up to Possible 5 Points) Cena, Punk, & Kendrick
5. Predict the Survivors for Team Flair vs. Team HBK (1 Point Each - Up to Possible 5 Points) HBK


Not gonna lie to you, this thread seems to be a little bit stiff. But you're a guy that once inspired me to even start one of these, so I'm more than willing to see this thing all the way up until Wrestlemania 24 with you. Looking forward what what should be an eventful show
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