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Re: Legend Presents: WWE 2006 - Stop Your Grinnin' And Drop Your Linen

Cheers, guys

***

WWE SmackDown – September 8th, 2006

“Sorry” seems to be the hardest word





The show kicks off…

…with a bizarre sight...





The ENTIRE entourage of MAMAJUANA, INC. (JBL, Brent Albright, Mark Henry, MVP, The Miz, Jillian Hall and Michelle McCool) are standing in the ring … and so are THE BLUEBLOODS, the WWE Tag Team Champions, William Regal & Paul Burchill, with Melina hanging off Regal’s arm.
Everyone in the ring - with the exception of Henry and Albright - looks incredibly nervous, ESPECIALLY John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield. On the mic, Bradshaw … APOLOGISES to The Undertaker for any offence that he or any of his clients may have caused last week.
Regal takes the mic and says pretty much the same thing … but also asks for Dave Taylor to be returned to them safe and sound. As an olive branch, JBL brings in Montel Vontavious Porter. Pretending to laugh, Porter states that he was only “playin’ around” with his “buddy” Jeff Hardy last week. He wasn’t really going to kick him in the head. MVP says he would be GLAD TO FACE JEFF HARDY ONE-ON-ONE NEXT WEEK.
A “Pussy” chant starts up, which irritates the hell out of Albright and Henry, but no one else seems to care. Regal states that the Two out of Three Falls stipulation for their title match next week is absolutely brilliant. Only a genus would’ve thought of such a magnificent addition to an already splendid contest.
JBL and Regal then call forward their respective women, who leave a bunch of flowers, box of chocolates and a bottle of champagne on the mat. JBL and Regal call it their ‘Welcome to SmackDown’ present, and ask the Deadman to please remember who are the only ones doing all this for him…

{Commercials}

Ahead of his match, Steve Romero interviews United States Champion Rey Mysterio (now with his belt back over his shoulder). Rey-Rey who reveals that The Undertaker has BARRED MAMAJUANA, INC. FROM RINGSIDE FOR HIS TITLE DEFENCE REMATCH AGAINST ALBRIGHT NEXT WEEK.

The opening contest of the night is the proverbial David vs. Goliath, as United States Champion Rey Mysterio takes on “The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry in Non-Title action. MamaJuana, Inc. are at ringside with their behemoth, whilst CM Punk graces Cole and Tazz with his hilarious presence on commentary, mocking Cole, JBL and Henry constantly. As you’d expect, it’s a pretty good contest between these good (Henry) and great (Mysterio) workers. JBL & co., do not get involved AT ALL, and actually APPLAUD anything Mysterio does, with Bradshaw constantly glancing around and smiling nervously, trying to stay on the right side of his new boss.

{Commercials}

The finish comes when Henry CATCHES REY and GOES FOR THE WORLD’S STRONGEST SLAM … but Mysterio counters into a hurricanrana, taking both men over the top rope and to the floor below with an almighty splat. The crowd “oohs” and “ahs” and Charles Robinson begins the count. Both men stagger up, with Henry slowly rolling back in… and Rey—Albright ‘TRIPS’ spilling his water all over the back of Mysterio’s head. Rey whirls around angrily… and The Shooter holds his hands up apologetically, “Oh, hey, I’m sorry, man. My bad.” And Rey is COUNTED OUT, giving Henry the cheap win at 10:03.

JBL immediately starts to talk to the camera, “It was an accident, Undertaker, an accident!!” Punk chuckles on commentary at MamaJuana, Inc.’s cowardly actions, while Mysterio looks frustrated more than anything…

{Commercials}

Backstage, Kristal catches up with MNM about the stipulation just added to their title shot next week by The Undertaker, making it a Two out of Three Falls match. Nitro and Mercury seem pretty please, stating that The Bluebloods have got nowhere to run this time. They can steal one fall … but TWO? Not a chance. As they talk…
…THE HOOLIGANS, Paul London and Brian Kendrick, interrupt. The tension is still palpable between the two teams… but L & K are merely there to wish MNM good luck … and to challenge the winning team to a title match at No Mercy. Mercury and Nitro scoff … before nodding … and Nitro sneers, “By the way … thanks for having our backs last week, assholes.”
The four men go NOSE-TO-NOSE, and have to be quickly separated!

Another Booker T vignette plays. Now in Harlem, New York, The Book Man’s search turns into an episode of The Wire, as he walks some of the roughest streets, talking about how tough you have to be to survive in a world like this; something he forgot a long time ago…

The second contest of the night sees one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions William Regal take on one of his challengers next week, Joey Mercury, with both men’s partners banned from ringside.
It’s a good physical contest between the two technicians of their respective teams (though Regal is obviously on another planet when it comes to technical wrestling). Regal is still clearly unnerved by the ‘presence’ of The Undertaker, and Mercury takes full advantage of this, dominating the majority of the contest…

{Commercials}

However, in the end, the wily veteran is still just that one step ahead of his opponent; he dizzies Mercury by bouncing his throat off the middle turnbuckle, before DRILLING him in the side of the head with the vicious KNEE TREMBLER, getting the three count at 8:37.
Regal doesn’t hang around to celebrate, getting his belt, and making as swift an exit as you are ever likely to see, glancing all around in terror.

The World’s Heavyweight Champion Edge is in his locker room watching the show on a monitor and enjoying a beverage … until FINLAY interrupts his peaceful existence.
The two men go nose-to-nose, clearly not big fans of one another, despite being partners later tonight. The grizzled Irishman glances at the Big Gold Belt on Edge’s shoulder … tapping it gently … with his shillelagh. “Cute,” says Finlay. “Yer a big pretty boy superstar. But just ye make sure ye stay out of my way tonight … and we’ll be jus’ fine, son.” Edge scoffs, shaking his head, as the Irishman leaves… smirking…

{Commercials}

Backstage, Josh Matthews interviews the Hardys, Matt and Jeff, about their respective matches next week. Jeff talks about how disrespectful “Monty” has been since arriving on SmackDown … but there’s nothing like a good old fashioned ass-kickin’, and a Swanton Bomb to instil a bit of humility. Matt is much more serious, telling Jeff he’s not if he can keep his hands off Kennedy tonight. Jeff tells him to “cool it, bro. I got this.” Matt tells Josh that Kennedy will be the only one stretchered out of the arena next week…

Up next, in the third match of the night, it’s the other-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions “The Ripper” Paul Burchill taking on the athletic Johnny Nitro.
With neither man’s partner at ringside, we get a fast-paced, exciting contest, with Burchill’s power and rugged style contrasting nicely with the balletic high-flying of Nitro…

{Commercials}

The finish comes when The Ripper catches Nitro on the top rope and goes up after him. There’s a quick, violent exchange of forearms, uppercuts and head-butts … and a kick to the side of Burchill’s head, showcasing the great flexibility of Nitro … and the Englishman tumbles down to the mat below. Quickly perching on the top, Nitro glances over his shoulder, before DRILLING Burchill with the split-legged corkscrew moonsault (Starship Pain) for the three count at 10:58.
The crowd cheers, as Burchill slithers out of the ring holding his mid-section, and snatching his title belt away from the official, leaving Nitro to pose in the ring.

A video plays of earlier this week when WWE employees travelled to Tennessee, to the home of WWE Cruiserweight Champion Kid Kash. They hammer away on his door, but it’s the wife of “The Notorious K.I.D” who answers, and the redneck woman tells them to beat it. They hand her a notice, letting KK know that if he doesn’t defend the Cruiserweight Title next week … the 30-day rule will be in effect … and The Undertaker will be forced to strip him of the belt.
This brings the furious Kash to the door, TEARING THE NOTICE IN HALF, and telling the Deadman, “Kiss my ass!” before slamming the door.

{Commercials}

In our fourth contest of the evening, “The Redneck Messiah” Jamie Noble takes on Funaki. And yep, someone from MamaJuana, Inc. shows up. This time … it’s “THE SHOOTER” BRENT ALBRIGHT, who just stands on the stage with his arms folded, showing absolutely no emotion, as Noble quickly runs through Funaki, finishing the Japanese veteran off with the Trailer Hitch at 2:51.
Following the match, Noble immediately grabs a microphone and is about to say something to Albright … but The Shooter just gives a small nod of his head … and steps through the curtain to the back, leaving Jamie still scratching his head.

Backstage, in Paul Heyman’s locker room, Daniel Puder and Sylvester Terkay are busy preparing for their big match later, punching and kicking the crap out of various heavy bags, as Bobby Lashley paces around them, yelling at them to hit harder and quicker. It’s quite an intense, intimidating sight.
Heyman walks over to The Friday Night Fight Club. He says he knows how angry they both are following the events of last week … but tonight they get to take it all out on Finlay and Edge … legally. Paul E. reminds them of The Undertaker’s threat, but also tells them:

“Just so we’re clear, gentlemen … … …Edge and Finlay WILL NOT be walking out of this arena tonight…”

{Commercials}

Up next, it’s the semi-main event, as Mr. Kennedy and Jeff Hardy finally get their Great American Bash rematch.
Despite not being allowed to touch either of their rivals, both Matt Hardy (just standing in his brother’s corner) and Montel Vontavious Porter (on commentary; with JBL alongside him) are at ringside for the match.
These two guys have really good chemistry, and get a decent amount of time to put on a good match. Several times throughout, however, Kennedy and the watching Matt Hardy come face-to-face, and have to use every inch of their self-control to stop themselves from coming to blows. On commentary, Porter talks some serious trash about trash about Jeff and vehemently denies being “afraid” of The Undertaker. He claims he agreed to the match next week “out of the kindness of my heart, Michael Cole.”

{Commercials}

The end finally comes when Kennedy GOES FOR THE MIC CHECK … but Jeff counters into the TWIST OF FATE … but KK catches him with a quick backslide, THROWING HIS FEET ONTO THE ROPES for the cheap three count at 12:43.
The crowd boos, and Matt Hardy argues with the official, having seen what Ken just did.

Kennedy denies it of course, sticking his finger right in Matt’s face, telling him to mind his own business and daring him to hit him. Not wanting to throw away his match next week… Matt puts his hands behind his back and grits his teeth… and gets out of the ring not taking the bait.
Meanwhile, MVP swaggers around the ringside area with Bradshaw, both men laughing at Jeff Hardy, saying next week’s “gonna be a piece o’ cake.”

{Commercials}

In the main event, Paul Heyman’s vicious new tandem, The Friday Night Fight Club, receive some fantastic exposure, as they face the eclectic combination of “The Fighting Irishman” Finlay and the World’s Heavyweight Champion Edge.
We already know what Heyman’s orders are: do whatever it takes … but under no circumstances should Edge and Finlay WALK out of the arena tonight. Puder and Terkay are nothing if not loyal dogs, and they are the definition of PHYSICALITY in this incredibly BRUTAL and STIFF contest. Rather than being intimidated by the MMA duo, however, Finlay … ABSOLUTELY LOVES IT.
The veteran Irishman spends the majority of the contest in the ring with Puder or Terkay, mat wrestling, grounding and just beating the ever-loving FUCK out of each other. You might as well just rename the ring the Octagon for this one match, because that’s what Finlay, Terkay and Puder are doing, giving the crowd a glimpse into ‘shoot-style’ wrestling.

{Commercials}

All three men are bleeding from various cuts on their faces, whilst the Irishman is dribbling blood from his mouth, which he spits on the canvas, smirking that brilliant gap-toothed grin of his, and now stained red like The Joker. You might think that Edge, when he’s brought into the match, would not be able to cope with the physicality of this encounter, being a WWE home-grown and all. But you’d be wrong.
The Rated R Superstar lives up to his name and continues to impress the crowd with his toughness, mixing it on the deck with both Terkay and Puder, as Finlay yells instructions to him from the apron. After a while, even the World Champion has been bloodied across his chin, and the referee. Looking at the state of all four men, is seriously considering stopping the match. The fans won’t let him, though, and the finish is allowed to come on its own, when Edge clamps the EDGECATOR onto to Puder in the middle of the ring, forcing the youngster to TAP OUT at 13:28.
After the match, medics flood the ring to check on all four men, as the crowd applauds.

Lashley steps into the ring and gets into the bloody face of Edge. The World Heavyweight Champion holds his belt high into the air, as the two men stare a hole through each other to close the show…







FADE TO BLACK

***

Announced for ‘Night of Champions’ SmackDown! (9/15/06: Night of Champions):

World Heavyweight Championship Match:

“The Rated R Superstar” Edge
defends against “The Real Deal” Bobby Lashley

United States Championship Match:
Rey Mysterio defends against “The Shooter” Brent Albright

(ALL MamaJuana, Inc. employees are barred from ringside)

WWE Tag Team Championship;
Two out of Three Falls Match:

The Bluebloods
defend against MNM


Cruiserweight Championship Match:
“The Notorious K.I.D” Kid Kashdefends against TBA
(If Kash does not defend the title, The Undertaker will strip him of the belt)

#1 Contender’s Match:
Matt Hardy vs. Mr. Kennedy
(The winner receives a World Title shot at No Mercy)

One-on-One:
Jeff Hardy vs. Montel Vontavious Porter

The World’s Strongest $10,000 Challenge:
“The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry vs. "Straightedge Superstar" CM Punk
(If Punk can last 10-minutes in the ring with Henry, he wins $10,000 of JBL’s money)

***



NO MERCY
October 8th, 2006
R&C Center, Raleigh, North Carolina


World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Edge OR Bobby Lashley defends against Matt Hardy OR Mr Kennedy


***
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Re: Legend Presents: WWE 2006 - Stop Your Grinnin' And Drop Your Linen

WWE RAW - September 11th, 2006

Into the Abyss



A 9/11 tribute video plays, plus footage of all WWE employees breaking kayfabe to stand around the ring for a ten bell salute.

A quick video plays recapping some of the insanity last week, from John Cena destroying Shawn Michaels’s vehicle, to Big Show actually SAVING Kane from annihilation in the main event, so desperate is he for a match with The Bid Red Monster…

The night kicks off with a big match ahead of the PPV this Sunday, as “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle takes on ECW World’s Heavyweight Champion, “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton in Non-Title action, with Charlie Haas watching from the commentary position (but not saying a word, much to the annoyance of both J.R. and Coach). As you’d expect, the two men put on a pretty decent contest, and the Madison Square Garden crowd is SUPER HOT for both men, especially the Olympic Gold Medallist. TLK does a TON of stalling, however, getting right under the crowd’s skin…

{Commercials}

The end comes when Orton goes for the RKO… but it’s countered into an ANGLE SLAM. Angle pulls down the strap and goes for the ANKLE LOCK --

--but STEVIE RICHARDS AND MATT STRIKER attack him from behind. Causing the DQ at 13:51!

MSG shits all over the result, as Striker and Richards beat up the Olympian, and Orton soon joins in the mugging. Its 3-on-1, with Striker talking some serious trash to Angle about his medals, as Haas just looks on from ringside… walking towards the ring… thinking of getting involved? --




--SHELTON BENJAMIN hits the ring to a HUGE pop wielding a steel chair!

Striker, Orton and Richards all bail, and Shelton yells at Charlie Haas to come into the ring and talk to him.

But Haas…

…just like the past few weeks…

…simply turns…

…and walks away, his new running buddies (Orton, Striker & Richards) staggering in his wake, laughing and pointing threateningly back at the two men in the ring…







{Commercials}

We are out in the parking lot again for another lonely promo with the World Tag Team Champions Elijah Burke & El Rojo, The Monday Night Express. Burke continues to complain about the “disgusting” treatment they have received since joining the roster, but boasts they don’t need friends, ‘cause they’re the champs.

A video plays recounting John Cena’s fiery and competitive 2002 WWE debut against the best wrestler in the world at the time, Kurt Angle.

{Commercials}

In the ring, flanked by “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters and the wheelchair-confined Torrie Wilson, Mr Money in the Bank Carlito whines about what happened last week…

…and CALLS OUT THE WWE CHAMPION BIG SHOW, demanding an apology.

J.R. comments that ‘Lito must have a "GODDAMN DEATH WISH", but the cocky young Puerto Rican superstar looks full of confidence, pacing around the ring like a pre-fight boxer, talking some serious trash.

Ask and you shall receive.

BIG SHOW hits the ring, with Paul Bearer in tow, looking astonished at the gall of this arrogant punk.

Once in the ring, Bearer tries to get Carly to back down…

…but CCC GETS RIGHT IN SHOW’S FACE (or as close as he can get), calling him a paper champion who’s only holding the belt for as long as he (Carlito) decides. ‘Lito also brings up Big Show’s “pathetic” threat to Commissioner Funk that he will destroy the championship belt and leave RAW if he doesn’t get to fight Kane at Unforgiven.

“If you’re lookin’ for a fight, big man...” Carlito actually throws down his shirt, as the crowd can’t believe what they’re seeing-

THE LIGHTS GO OUT





The crowd ROARS FOR KANE!





The lights come back on --

--THE SONS OF SAMOA, Umaga and Samu, are in the ring standing right in front of The Big Show!

Armando Alejandro Estrada is at ringside too, yelling at Bearer to get his monster to back off, as Show goes face-to-face with the undefeated tandem before him. The MSG crowd is buzzing excitedly, chanting “FIGHT! FIGHT!” repeatedly-

THE LIGHTS GO OUT AGAIN









The lights come back on again --

--THIS TIME “THE BIG RED MACHINE” KANE IS IN THE RING...

...AND HE ATTACKS THE BIG SHOW!


The crowd explode, as Kane dives onto his former tag team partner, and Carlito, Masters and Torrie get the hell out of dodge. Lieutenant-Commissioner Tommy Dreamer comes flying down the ramp with an ARMY of security guards who flood the ring, wrestling both Kane and Big Show apart. AAE desperately tries to stop Umaga and Samu from interfering, as the crowd chants, “LET THEM FIGHT! LET THEM FIGHT!”







{Commercials}

In the second match of the night, WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James & Candice Michelle face #1 Contender Victoria (with Trish Stratus in her corner) & Ashley Massaro. It’s a crap match, mainly because Mickie refuses to tag in because “she” (Trish) is at ringside. Stratus continues to coach Vickie, giving her tips and encouragement, before Victoria finally puts poor Candice away with the Widow’s Peak at 5:58.
After the match, Mickie storms back up the ramp with her belt and a microphone. She lets Commissioner Funk know that this is totally unfair and if Trish is at ringside this Sunday at Unforgiven... Mickie will WALK OUT live on PPV and there won’t be any Women’s Title match.

{Commercials}

Todd Grisham finds Shelton Benjamin and Kurt Angle in their locker room and tries to talk to them about Charlie Haas and their tag team match this Sunday... but Angle throws him out!

A video plays recapping Shawn Michaels’s first ever WWF Championship victory, defeating Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart at WrestleMania XII to fulfil his ‘Boyhood Dream’.

In the third match of the night, one-half of the World Tag Team Champions El Rojo (w/Elijah Burke) takes on Gregory Helms (w/Chavo Guerrero). It’s a pretty good contest between two evenly matched wrestlers... but Rojo’s move-set looks VERY familiar, and even Helms and Chavito start to become suspicious.

{Commercials}

The end comes when Burke trips Helms from the outside, only to be taken out by Guerrero. Rojo goes up top and comes flying off with a beautiful Leg Drop... but Helms rolls out of the way. The ‘luchador’ crashes and burns... and Helms DRILLS him with the Shining Wizard for the three count at 9:16.
After the match, Helms stares at Rojo for a long time... before TRYING TO PULL OFF HIS MASK.
Burke quickly makes the save for his groggy partner, and the champs flee through the crowd, leaving Helms and Guerrero standing tall, full of confidence ahead of their big title shot this Sunday.

Another video plays showing John Cena’s WWE Championship win at WrestleMania XXI against JBL.

Backstage, before their singles series with Cade ‘n’ Murdoch, Rob Van Dam and Sabu (w/Bill Alfonso) cut an extremely arrogant promo, with RVD talking about their return to Philadelphia this Sunday, calling it the “home of ECW”, letting the two tough rednecks exactly what they’re in for.

{Commercials}

In the fourth match of the night, “Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam (w/Fonzie) takes on Trevor Murdoch with both men’s respective partners (Sabu and Lance Cade) HANDCUFFED TO THEIR RINGPOST. It’s a decent contest between the unique, high-flying Van Dam and the wild brawler Murdoch, as both Sabu and Cade try desperately to get free. In the end, it’s The Whole F’N Show who picks up the win after knocking Murdoch off the top rope and following up with the Five Star Frog Splash at 8:38.

We immediately follow it up with the fifth match, as Van Dam and - a groggy - Murdoch take their teammate’s place in the handcuffs at ringside, and Sabu and Lance Cade go at it. Cade gets free first and beats the hell out of the former ECW World Heavyweight Champion for much of the contest.

{Commercials}

The clash of styles isn’t quite as effective as the earlier one, but it’s a decent match nonetheless. In the end, Cade goes under the ring and pulls out… BOLT CUTTERS. The officials tries to stop him, so Cade WAFFLES THE REF, and CUTS MURDOCH LOOSE! The RWC attack Sabu, beating and whipping the crap out of him with their belts, as Fonzie pulls out a SCREWDRIVER and tries desperately to get RVD free. The MSG crowd are all over the Southerners, as Cade ‘n’ Murdoch wipe Sabu out with the Sweet ‘n’ Sour, and a new official runs down, calling for the DQ at 10:02.
That referee is taken out by Murdoch with a boot to the face, as the RWC stand tall in ECW’s backyard, feeding off the heat of the crowd, loving every second of it... until VAN DAM BREAKS FREE and charges the ring, chair in hand, sending Cade ‘n’ Murdoch scuttling away “like a couple o’ scared dogs”.
RVD and Fonzie check on Sabu, as the RWC continue to antagonise the “Yankee boys” in the crowd.

A final video plays, highlighting HBK’s finest hour: outlasting five other men to capture the World’s Heavyweight Championship inside the hellacious Elimination Chamber - in only his second match in five years.

A long video package plays recapping the John Cena/Shawn Michaels saga from this year.

There is a lot of commotion in the parking lot, as Commissioner Funk and Lieutenant-Commissioner Tommy Dreamer have been called outside... where John Cena’s car has been found…

{Commercials}

In a bizarre main event perfectly suited to New York City, The Sons of Samoa (w/Armando Alejandro Estrada) square off against the mortal enemies Kane & WWE Champion Big Show (w/Paul Bearer). Or they would...

--if BIG SHOW AND KANE DIDN’T IMMEDIATELY START FIGHTING WITH EACH OTHER!

The match never takes place, as the former tag team partners beat the hell out of each other. At first, AAE just lets it go... but as soon as “The Big Red Machine” starts to mount a comeback... Umaga and Samu attack! CARLITO is at ringside too, barking orders, eager for them to take out his opponent ahead of Unforgiven. This doesn’t last long, however, as...

...Masato Tanaka, The Sandman, and Balls Mahoney attack Umaga, Samu, ‘Lito and Masters, evening the score!

Big Show and Kane fight up the ramp, with a platoon of security guards trying to separate them, whilst Carlito’s crew and the ECW wrestlers spill into the crowd, with an equally large number of police officers desperately attempting to rip them apart.

And as all of this chaos is ensuing...






...JOHN CENA vaults the barricade and rolls into the ring --







--SHAWN MICHAELS clambers into the ringside area from the other side and slowly makes his way up the steel steps.

Both men are clad in scruffy street clothes and are unshaven. Both men stand on opposite sides off the ring just... staring at each other, as the crowd goes NUTS with competing chants of “H-B-K”, “”Let’s Go Cena”, and, of course, “Cena Sucks”.

There’s no one to stop them from tearing each other apart... but the two great enemies just continue to stare...



...and stare...



...and stare...



...and stare...



FADE TO BLACK


***



UNFORGIVEN
September 11th, 2006
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



The Final Encounter; Loser Leaves Town:
“The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena vs. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels
(The loser of the match must LEAVE the WWE forever)



WWE Championship Match:
Big Show w/Paul Bearer defends against TBA
(If Big Show does NOT defend the title, he will be STRIPPED of the belt and SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY)



Tag Team Grudge Match; Philly Street Fight:
“Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam & Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew



Tag Team Grudge Match:
IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle vs.
ECW World Champion Randy Orton & Charlie Haas w/Matt Striker & Stevie Richards

---



World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Monday Night Express (Elijah Burke & El Rojo) defend against Chavo Guerrero & Gregory Helms



Money in the Bank Contract on the Line; Steel Cage Match:
Carlito w/Chris Masters & Torrie Wilson ‘defends’ against “The Big Red Machine” Kane



Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James defends against Victoria w/Trish Stratus


***

Don't expect any reviews, so leave predictions if you want.

Use your head, though; SmackDown comes before the PPV
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Re: Legend Presents: WWE 2006 - Stop Your Grinnin' And Drop Your Linen

WWE SmackDown – September 15th, 2006

Ghosts




In the opening contest of this extremely wrestling heavy night, Mr Kennedy and Matt Hardy do battle to determine the Number One Contender to the World’s Heavyweight Title at No Mercy. It’s another hard-hitting, physical contest between the two intense rivals…

{Commercials}

…and they are simply unable to put their hatred aside to concentrate on becoming the #1 Contender, as the match once AGAIN ends in disaster, as the two men battle to the floor, brawling over the announce table and up onto the guardrail, with Hardy going for a SUPER TWIST OF FATE... but... BOTH MEN TUMBLE OFF … CRASHING THROUGH TAZZ AND COLE’S TABLE, WITH KENNEDY’S HEAD SMASHING OFF THE FLOOR, AND MATT LANDING ON HIS SHOULDER AWKWARDLY!!!

The referee immediately throws up the ‘X’, signalling the end of the match at 13:08, as EMTs flood the ringside area to attend to the clearly injured superstars... with no Number One Contender in sight...

{Commercials}

In the second match, Montel Vontavious Porter (with MamaJuana, Inc.) faces Jeff Hardy.

Well, he was supposed to.

Jeff waits in the ring, and JBL does indeed lead MVP down to the ring…

…in jeans and a silk shirt…

…his arm in a sling.

Porter ‘apologises’ to Jeff... but, as everyone can see, he is UNABLE TO COMPETE TONIGHT... doctor’s orders. “When LeBron James asks to shoot a few with you... you don’t say no.” Things got a bit physical, LeBron got a fat lip and MVP sprained his elbow, which is going to keep him out of action for a couple of weeks.

Neither Jeff nor the crowd believe a word Porter is saying, despite the doctor’s note that JBL produces as proof in case The Undertaker doesn’t believe them. MVP says that Jeff clearly came here for a match, though, and they don’t want to let him down...

...as THE MIZ ATTACKS JEFF FROM BEHIND!!!

The bell is rung, as JBL and MVP scarper, and Miz gets his ‘big moment’ against Hardy. It’s a terrible, one-sided match, with Miz completely outclassed, and Jeff eventually puts him away with a Twist of Fate and Swanton Bomb at 6:31.

{Commercials}

The third contest of the night is for the Cruiserweight Championship, as “The Notorious K.I.D” Kid Kash decides to show up and grace us with his presence for the first time in a couple of weeks, obviously not wanting to be stripped of the belt, and puts the gold on the line against…

THE RETURNING SUPER CRAZY, a man put out of action by Kash in late-July!!!

It’s an EXTREMELY fast-paced contest, as you would expect from the most athletic division in wrestling, with a little extra spice too, with Crazy desperate to gain revenge on the man who put him out of action the night after The Great American Bash. Mid-way through the contest… MAMAJUANA, INC.’S LIMOUSINE PULLS INTO THE ARENA, and JBL, JILLIAN HALL and MICHELLE MCCOOL all sit on the hood, watching the tremendous action in the ring.

{Commercials}

However, Kid Kash is not distracted. By hook or crook, KK has been on another level this year, and he survives the furious onslaught of the luchador, avoiding a Moonsault, kicking Crazy in the face, and dropping him with the Dead LeveL for the three count at 11:16.

After the match, Kid Kash once again storms out of the arena, not even glancing in the direction of the applauding MamaJuana, Inc., showing absolutely no respect to a company that continues to disrespect his beloved division.

{Commercials}

In the fourth match of the evening, The Bluebloods, William Regal & “The Ripper” Paul Burchill, put the WWE Tag Team Title on the line against MNM in a Two out of Three Falls match.

It’s another fantastic contest between two of the best teams going today, and they get the opportunity to showcase that very fact in the longest match. Mercury and Nitro blitz the Englishmen in the first fall, putting Regal away with the Snapshot at 7:14, much to the chagrin of Melina on the outside.

{Commercials}

However, the wily, nefarious tactics of The Bluebloods soon bring them back into the contest, outwrestling…

{Commercials}

…and outwitting the challengers throughout the second fall, before Burchill finally puts Nitro away with a vicious Curb Stomp at 24:36 to even the score.

MNM are back in command in a wild third fall that even gets a little bloody, with the bad blood between these two teams really coming to the forefront.

{Commercials}

But in the end, thanks to a timely distraction from Melina’s fine ass on the apron, Regal is able to DRILL NITRO MID-SPRINGBOARD ENZIGUIRI WITH THE BRASS KNUCKS, KNOCKING THE HIGH-FLIER OUT COLD for the academic pin at 35:06. THE BLUEBLOODS RETAIN THEIR TITLE!!!

The crowd is disgusted that such an amazing wrestling contest ended in such a fashion, as Regal and Burchill are handed their belts, hugging them dearly, exhausted after such a long and physical contest, immediately rolling out of the ring and staggering back up the ramp with the cackling Melina, who smiles wickedly at her former charges in the ring…

THE LIGHTS GO OUT IN THE ARENA

The lights comes back on --

--AND MNM HAVE MELINA BY THE HAIR IN THE RING!!!

Undertaker has stuck it to the Englishmen once again, who beg Mercury and Nitro not to do anything stupid… without, of course, going down to the ring themselves.

Furious… Mercury points at The Bluebloods… before scooping the screaming Melina up onto his shoulder… AND NITRO GRABS HER BY THE HEAD…

SNAPSHOT TO MELINA!!!

Big-time “Ohs” fill the arena, as the woman lies motionless in the middle of the ring, as referees immediately slide in to check on her. Regal and Burchill are having an absolute FIT on the stage, whilst MNM stare bloody murder down at them…

{Commercials}

In a match of the night that has absolutely no impact on any titles, “The Straightedge Superstar” CM Punk takes ‘The World’s Strongest $10,000 Challenge’, as he attempts to last 10 minutes in the ring with “The Silverback” Mark Henry (accompanied by MamaJuana, Inc.).

The briefcase with JBL’s money is at ringside, and the agent glances at it constantly. Punk tries to give the big man the slip for the opening part of the contest, knowing all he has to do in order to win the challenge is to run down the clock. However, the numbers game catches up with the Straightedge youngster… as MIZ blocks him… and HENRY CLOBBERS HIM from behind!! Now it’s The World’s Strongest Man who begins to dominate, constantly going for pinfalls, becoming increasingly frustrated each time Punk kicks out.

In the end, JBL, in his desperation to hang onto his money, pulls out a steel chain, tossing it to MVP, who hops onto the apron and SWINGS FOR PUNK … WHO DUCKS … AND PORTER CLOCKS HENRY INSTEAD!!! Punk drills MVP with a forearm, knocking him off the apron, and SCHOOL BOYS HENRY for the three count at 9:07.

PUNK WINS $10,000 OF JBL’S MONEY!!!

The crowd roars, as Punk rolls out of the ring and grabs the briefcase, skipping merrily back up the ramp with it, as Bradshaw loses his shit at ringside. Mic in hand… JBL yells after Punk, “I WANT MY MONEY BACK!”

Punk, now with a mic of his own, agrees to return the money…

…on one condition…


that JBL steps into the ring with him at No Mercy.

All fired up, Layfield accepts without thinking, “YOU’RE ON YOU- YOU- YOU PUNK!”

{Commercials}

In the sixth match of the night, Rey Mysterio defends his United States Championship against “The Shooter” Brent Albright, who is all on his lonesome tonight, with all employees of MamaJuana, Inc. barred from ringside.

Just like at SummerSlam, the two men put on a fast-paced contest filled with amazing counters on both sides…

{Commercials}

Things begin to break down towards the end, though, when Albright loses his cool after failing to score the three count. He rolls out of the ring, angrily shoving the timekeeper aside and grabbing the TITLE BELT!!

Rolling back into the ring… Mysterio tries to grab the belt… but Albright won’t let it go… and a tug of war begins between the two men… which REY WINS… TEARING THE BELT AWAY… AND ACCIDENTALLY SMACKING THE REFEREE WITH IT!!!

“Ohs” ring out, as the official goes down hard, and Rey, the nicest guy in the world, immediately goes to check on him… BUT ALBRIGHT GRABS HIM… HALF-NELSON SUPLEX!!! The cover is made, and another official comes charging down the ramp… slides into the ring and… CALLS FOR THE BELL, DISQUALIFYING MYSTERIO at 14:09.

The crowd doesn’t know whether to boo or cheer. Mysterio is still down, clutching the back of his head, whilst Albright is STUNNED. The new official grabs the belt, throws it at Rey, before going to raise The Shooter’s hand—BUT ALBRIGHT DROPS HIM WITH A RIGHT HAND!!!

More “Ohs” and boos fill the arena, as Albright roars, “This is BULLSHIT!” The lights start to flicker, but The Shooter isn’t intimidated in the slightest, pointing around the ring, “FIX THIS, DEADMAN! DO YOUR DAMN JOB!”

{Commercials}

Backstage, Albright storms into the MamaJuana, Inc. locker room, kicking everything in sight, as Michelle McCool and Jillian Hall try to calm him down. Everyone looks pretty fed up, but JBL rushes over, telling his inaugural client that word has just come down from The Undertaker’s ‘office’ that he is SUPER PISSED at the end of that match, and Albright’s going to get his FINAL shot at No Mercy … and this time Mysterio will have NO CHAMPIONSHIP advantage. It takes a while … but The Shooter … cracks a smile…

In the main event, the World Heavyweight Championship is on the line, as “The Rated R Superstar” puts the belt on the line against “The Real Deal” Bobby Lashley in another SummerSlam rematch. However, the match doesn’t even get started, as Paul Heyman and The Friday Night Fight Club refuse to leave the ring, surrounding the World’s Champion, with Paul E. letting him know that they’ve made a deal that’s in their “best interests” and that someone “wants to say hey.”

Right on cue…





























--SHANE MCMAHON hops over the guardrail, Singapore cane in hand --

--LASHLEY, PUDER AND TERKAY ATTACK EDGE!!!

Edge drops Terkay and Puder with right hands… BUT LASHLEY CUTS HIM IN HALF WITH A SPEAR!!!

Cole can’t understand why Lashley would forgo a World Title shot like this. It’s a total mugging, as Heyman’s boys overwhelm the World Heavyweight Champion, beating him down to the deck, allowing Shane O’ Mac to casually roll into the ring, twirling his trusty cane like a lightsaber.

Suited and booted, The Boy Wonder yells for Heyman’s boys to drags Edge up, which they do, each man clamped onto an arm. Sneering, Shane grabs Edge’s chin, getting right in his face:

YOU DO NOT GET TO WIN, ASSHOLE!”

And Shane CRACKS EDGE ACROSS THE SKULL WITH THE SINGAPORE CANE, dropping him to the mat!!!

The crowd “oohs” and “ahs” and boos, as McMahon proceeds to BEAT THE FUCK OUT OF THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION WITH THE STICK--

THE ARENA LIGHTS GO OUT

There is flashing from cameras --







--IS THAT A FAMILIAR SILHOUETTE IN THE RING…

…HOLDING SHANE MCMAHON BY THE THROAT!?







THE CROWD IS GOING NUTS

The lights come back on --

Lashley turns…

--FINLAY DRILLS THE REAL DEAL BETWEEN THE EYES WITH THE SHILELLAGH!

…AND SHANE MCMAHON LEAPS OUT OF THE RING, CLUTCHING HIS THROAT, LOOKING SCARED ABSOLUTELY WITLESS, TRYING TO ESCAPE THROUGH THE CROWD…







“Edge … at No Mercy … you will have to survive … not one … but TWO challengers. Mr. Kennedy … Matt Hardy … and Edge … a Three-Way Dance … for the World Heavyweight Championship.

And, YOU … Lashley … The Final Fight … to the end. Finlay … Lashley …



…Last…



…Man…



…Standing…







FADE TO BLACK

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NO MERCY
8th October, 2006
R&C Center, Raleigh, North Carolina




World Heavyweight Championship; Three-Way Dance:
“The Rated R Superstar” Edge defends against Matt Hardy and Mr Kennedy



Last Man Standing Match:
“The Fighting Irish Bastard” Finlay vs. “The Real Deal” Bobby Lashley w/Paul Heyman

---



United States Championship; Last Chance Match:
Rey Mysterio defends against “The Shooter” Brent Albright
(No Championship advantage; if Albright is DQ’d, he never receives another U.S Title shot.) (Any client of MamaJuana, Inc. who interferes will be suspended indefinitely without pay)



WWE Tag Team Championship; Stipulation TBA:
The Bluebloods defend against MNM and The Hooligans



Grudge Match:
“Straightedge” CM Punk vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield w/MamaJuana, Inc.


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Very wrestling heavy Smackdown. Looked a stormer. Not thrilled that Kennedy and Hardy get a title shot out of neither winning their match - feels like Edge is simply in the way of their feud in this situation; not a good look for the World Champ. That aside, Shane McMahon returning was a great, unexpected surpise, the JBL-Punk stuff has a very old school feel to it which is tremendous, and no surprise that the tag title match got the time it did - all in all, if not for the two non-finishes, you could've slapped 'No Mercy' as the title of the show, and it wouldnt have felt out of place as a PPV event.

Moving on - not sure if you'll be posting a preview, so I'll just go ahead and drop some predictions for Unforgiven.

And picking a winner for Michaels and Cena feels almost impossible. It seems very hard to believe you're about to write one of these two characters out of your thread - yet I DO believe that's what you'll do. I dont envisage a scenario where one of them returns in a few weeks, which would lead me to think that Cena wins ... because he's got a longer future ahead of him. Normally. Given your distaste for the current product (or the product of the last 4-5 years probably at least) I think this is a write off for Cena. This Shawn Michaels character is just too good to get rid of.

Big Show is retaining, regardless of who is thrown in front of him. I'll guess it's an ECW alum - if it's someone from the current roster, Masato Tanaka has been protected enough to be a plausible threat to show... if it's someone not on the roster; how about ... Mike Awesome??

Philly Street Fight?? Sounds right up the alley of RVD & Sabu. Which is why I'm picking Cade & Murdoch. The two of them are just gold, and a win here wouldnt seem like something that shouldnt happen. Tag titles need to be put on this pair. RVD will get an out in some fashion, with a screwjob from Triple H or whoever the guy in the crowd was a few weeks ago (who I think was Trips anyway).

After losing so many times to Benjamin when they were friends, I think Haas and Orton win here now that Haas has turned heel. He doesnt need to be a noble nice guy, and it's obvious he cant beat Benjamin man to man. Cheap win for the heels. Has to be.

The big question for me in the tag title match is if Ken Doane El Rojo will be unmasked now or later?? It's too soon for the champs to lose the belts - and they should only be losing them to Cade & Murdoch imo - but Helms and Chavo are a good challenge to get the Monday Night Express up and running as champs. Cheap win - but if El Rojo ends up being exposed, I wouldn't be surprised to see the belts ends up in 'abeyance' for a period coming out of the PPV.

Kudos. You've set up a situation where Kane winning the MITB contract doesnt seem absurd. In fact, it would be some pretty sweet storytelling, especially if Show has a part to play in it. But darn, Carlito is just too much fun in this thread. Him cashing in MITB could be absolute mayhem when the time comes. The ultimate chickenshit heel champion. He has to retain the briefcase!!

Not into the recent developments in the womens division. Victoria seems very much like a filler challenger, despite being booked strong earlier in the late spring/early summer. Mickie James wins this one all day (and night) long.
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UNFORGIVEN
September 11th, 2006
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


The Final Encounter; Loser Leaves Town:
“The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena vs. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels
(The loser of the match must LEAVE the WWE forever)

WWE Championship Match:
Big Show w/Paul Bearer defends against TBA
(If Big Show does NOT defend the title, he will be STRIPPED of the belt and SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY)

Tag Team Grudge Match; Philly Street Fight:
“Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam & Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

Tag Team Grudge Match:
IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle vs.
ECW World Champion Randy Orton & Charlie Haas w/Matt Striker & Stevie Richards

---

World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Monday Night Express (Elijah Burke & El Rojo) defend against Chavo Guerrero & Gregory Helms

Money in the Bank Contract on the Line; Steel Cage Match:
Carlito w/Chris Masters & Torrie Wilson ‘defends’ against “The Big Red Machine” Kane

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James defends against Victoria w/Trish Stratus

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (16 points {2 points per correct prediction})
2) Predict the match order (8 points)
3) Who will be Big Show's challenger? (2 points)
4) What will be the longest match? (2 points)
5) What will be the shortest match? (2 points)


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The Final Encounter; Loser Leaves Town:
“The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena vs. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels
(The loser of the match must LEAVE the WWE forever)

WWE Championship Match:
Big Show w/Paul Bearer defends against TBA
(If Big Show does NOT defend the title, he will be STRIPPED of the belt and SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY)

Tag Team Grudge Match; Philly Street Fight:
“Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam & Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

Tag Team Grudge Match:
IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle vs.
ECW World Champion Randy Orton & Charlie Haas w/Matt Striker & Stevie Richards

---

World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Monday Night Express (Elijah Burke & El Rojo) defend against Chavo Guerrero & Gregory Helms

Money in the Bank Contract on the Line; Steel Cage Match:
Carlito w/Chris Masters & Torrie Wilson ‘defends’ against “The Big Red Machine” Kane

Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James defends against Victoria w/Trish Stratus

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners Done
2) Predict the match order Done
3) Who will be Big Show's challenger? THE ROCK
4) What will be the longest match? HBK/Cena
5) What will be the shortest match? Mickie/Victoria

honestly I hope you don't go the route of retiring Shawn Michaels just yet, and I also have no idea who is going to face Big Show, thought maybe a Brock Lesnar return could work but yeah just guessed. The others seem fairly straight forward, but I'm sure there'll be a surprise or two in there.

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Very wrestling heavy Smackdown. Looked a stormer. Not thrilled that Kennedy and Hardy get a title shot out of neither winning their match - feels like Edge is simply in the way of their feud in this situation; not a good look for the World Champ. That aside, Shane McMahon returning was a great, unexpected surpise, the JBL-Punk stuff has a very old school feel to it which is tremendous, and no surprise that the tag title match got the time it did - all in all, if not for the two non-finishes, you could've slapped 'No Mercy' as the title of the show, and it wouldnt have felt out of place as a PPV event.

Moving on - not sure if you'll be posting a preview, so I'll just go ahead and drop some predictions for Unforgiven.

And picking a winner for Michaels and Cena feels almost impossible. It seems very hard to believe you're about to write one of these two characters out of your thread - yet I DO believe that's what you'll do. I dont envisage a scenario where one of them returns in a few weeks, which would lead me to think that Cena wins ... because he's got a longer future ahead of him. Normally. Given your distaste for the current product (or the product of the last 4-5 years probably at least) I think this is a write off for Cena. This Shawn Michaels character is just too good to get rid of.

Big Show is retaining, regardless of who is thrown in front of him. I'll guess it's an ECW alum - if it's someone from the current roster, Masato Tanaka has been protected enough to be a plausible threat to show... if it's someone not on the roster; how about ... Mike Awesome??

Philly Street Fight?? Sounds right up the alley of RVD & Sabu. Which is why I'm picking Cade & Murdoch. The two of them are just gold, and a win here wouldnt seem like something that shouldnt happen. Tag titles need to be put on this pair. RVD will get an out in some fashion, with a screwjob from Triple H or whoever the guy in the crowd was a few weeks ago (who I think was Trips anyway).

After losing so many times to Benjamin when they were friends, I think Haas and Orton win here now that Haas has turned heel. He doesnt need to be a noble nice guy, and it's obvious he cant beat Benjamin man to man. Cheap win for the heels. Has to be.

The big question for me in the tag title match is if Ken Doane El Rojo will be unmasked now or later?? It's too soon for the champs to lose the belts - and they should only be losing them to Cade & Murdoch imo - but Helms and Chavo are a good challenge to get the Monday Night Express up and running as champs. Cheap win - but if El Rojo ends up being exposed, I wouldn't be surprised to see the belts ends up in 'abeyance' for a period coming out of the PPV.

Kudos. You've set up a situation where Kane winning the MITB contract doesnt seem absurd. In fact, it would be some pretty sweet storytelling, especially if Show has a part to play in it. But darn, Carlito is just too much fun in this thread. Him cashing in MITB could be absolute mayhem when the time comes. The ultimate chickenshit heel champion. He has to retain the briefcase!!

Not into the recent developments in the womens division. Victoria seems very much like a filler challenger, despite being booked strong earlier in the late spring/early summer. Mickie James wins this one all day (and night) long.

So, no need for me to post that again ... as for the rest of the questions...

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (16 points {2 points per correct prediction}) DONE
2) Predict the match order (8 points) Streetfight, Womens Title, MITB, Tag Team Title, Benjamin/Angle vs Haas/Orton, Show vs ???, Loser Leaves Town
3) Who will be Big Show's challenger? (2 points) MIKE AWESOME
4) What will be the longest match? (2 points) MICHAELS VS CENA (Has to be an epic, right?)
5) What will be the shortest match? (2 points) Womens Title

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UNFORGIVEN
September 11th, 2006
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


7.The Final Encounter; Loser Leaves Town:
“The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena vs. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels
(The loser of the match must LEAVE the WWE forever)

5.WWE Championship Match:
Big Show w/Paul Bearer defends against TBA
(If Big Show does NOT defend the title, he will be STRIPPED of the belt and SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY)

4.Tag Team Grudge Match; Philly Street Fight:
“Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam & Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

6.Tag Team Grudge Match:
IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle vs.
ECW World Champion Randy Orton & Charlie Haas w/Matt Striker & Stevie Richards

---

3.World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Monday Night Express (Elijah Burke & El Rojo) defend against Chavo Guerrero & Gregory Helms

1.Money in the Bank Contract on the Line; Steel Cage Match:
Carlito w/Chris Masters & Torrie Wilson ‘defends’ against “The Big Red Machine” Kane

2.Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James defends against Victoria w/Trish Stratus

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (16 points {2 points per correct prediction})Done
2) Predict the match order (8 points)Done
3) Who will be Big Show's challenger? (2 points) Masato Tanaka
4) What will be the longest match? (2 points) Cena/Michaels
5) What will be the shortest match? (2 points) Womens Title
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7. The Final Encounter; Loser Leaves Town:
“The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena vs. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels
(The loser of the match must LEAVE the WWE forever)

6. WWE Championship Match:
Big Show w/Paul Bearer defends against TBA
(If Big Show does NOT defend the title, he will be STRIPPED of the belt and SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY)

Match never happens, Big Show & Heyman keep their promise, beat the hell out of the challenger and leave, disposing of the WWE title belt as they promised to.

1. Tag Team Grudge Match; Philly Street Fight:
“Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam & Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew

5. Tag Team Grudge Match:
IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle vs.
ECW World Champion Randy Orton & Charlie Haas w/Matt Striker & Stevie Richards

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3. World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Monday Night Express (Elijah Burke & El Rojo) defend against Chavo Guerrero & Gregory Helms

4. Money in the Bank Contract on the Line; Steel Cage Match:
Carlito w/Chris Masters & Torrie Wilson ‘defends’ against “The Big Red Machine” Kane

2. Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James defends against Victoria w/Trish Stratus

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (16 points {2 points per correct prediction}) Done
2) Predict the match order (8 points) Done
3) Who will be Big Show's challenger? (2 points) Christian, stolen from TNA
4) What will be the longest match? (2 points) HBK/Cena
5) What will be the shortest match? (2 points) Mickie/Victoria (Discounting Big Show match as I'm predicting it won't start)


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7- The Final Encounter; Loser Leaves Town:
"The Doctor of Thuganomics” John Cena vs. “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels
(The loser of the match must LEAVE the WWE forever)
Even as I write this, I'm not 100% convinced that you won't get rid of Cena, considering our recent conversations: there is no doubt that Cena is the epitomy of a "conformist disgrace" with regards to WWE in the BTB section. Yet, I feel that you can go in many different directions with his character, but for Michaels, where next? This storyline has been written so well it seems fitting for the bitter Michaels to finally be put to rest by Cena.

5- WWE Championship Match:
Big Show w/Paul Bearer defends against TBA
(If Big Show does NOT defend the title, he will be STRIPPED of the belt and SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY)
Again, it really wouldn't shock me if you actually had Big Show get stripped of the belt. Considering how wrong most of us were with SummerSlam, I could see an angle where Show is actually willing to give up the belt because he's beaten everyone there is to beat and if he can't face Kane, "what else does he have to prove?" That being said, I don't think that is an option you will choose, not to mention how much a young buck would benefit from getting to end the giant's mammoth title reign. As for the opponent, it'll no doubt be some ECW has-been - maybe Masato Tanaka.

1- Tag Team Grudge Match; Philly Street Fight:
“Mr Monday Night” Rob Van Dam & Sabu w/Bill Alfonso vs. The Redneck Wrecking Crew
I'm going to go with Wolfy on this one and say Cade and Murdoch pick up the win. They could benefit from a victory here much more than Sabu and Van Dam, and as Wolfy said, Van Dam can easily be given an 'out.' I expect Sabu to take the fall after an epic clash.

6- Tag Team Grudge Match:
IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & “The Wrestling Machine” Kurt Angle vs.
ECW World Champion Randy Orton & Charlie Haas w/Matt Striker & Stevie Richards
Considering his most recent heel turn I'd be surprised to see Haas on the losing side of this match. After their huge SummerSlam wins, Angle and Benjamin don't really need to come out with the win here.

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3- World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Monday Night Express (Elijah Burke & El Rojo) defend against Chavo Guerrero & Gregory Helms
I have no idea where the hell you're going with with Burke/'El Rojo' team, but I know that for now, there's no reason for them to lose the World Tag Team titles.

4- Money in the Bank Contract on the Line; Steel Cage Match:
Carlito w/Chris Masters & Torrie Wilson ‘defends’ against “The Big Red Machine” Kane
There's no way on this world or any other that you'd give Kane the Money in the Bank briefcase.

2- Women’s Championship Match:
Mickie James defends against Victoria w/Trish Stratus
I don't see why Mickie would lose the title just yet.

PREDICTION COMPETITION
1) Predict the winners (16 points {2 points per correct prediction})
2) Predict the match order (8 points) Done.
3) Who will be Big Show's challenger? (2 points) Masato Tanaka.
4) What will be the longest match? (2 points) Cena/Michaels.
5) What will be the shortest match? (2 points) Mickie/Victoria.

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