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Old 08-29-2009, 10:35 AM   #1201 (permalink)
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Different sort of start this week then which is good to mix things up again. Swagger has had his share of squash matches now and it’s good that he’s entering a feud. Him and Bobby Lashley is a feud that really interests me with their wrestling styles and backgrounds, and it could be a good way to properly establish Swagger as a star on the brand, as it doesn’t seem like you have any big plans for Lashley yet he does have credibility. I liked the short commentary with Swagger as you showed his arrogance well with some nice little lines, and the whole situation worked pretty well to begin a feud between the two. Swagger just wanting to check out other wrestlers is kind of a weak reason for the start of the rivalry though, but I’m sure it’ll hot up soon, and the chair thing worked pretty well to start it without any violence yet.

I don't know what the CM Punk promo achieved really, I guess it's about showing his reluctance for a match with MVP which hypes the match, but I just think there are a little too many segments on Smackdown with the heels confronting Tazz. I know it keeps Tazz involved and shows his authority, but i'd prefer more promos between the wrestlers instead sometimes, like between Punk and MVP in this case. Decent enough segment though as the interaction between Tazz and Punk was written well and sets up the match next.

This was a great confrontation with Swagger and Lashley and I like how interesting you've made this after only one night. I hope this isn't going to end after just the one match next week, although I expect the result will lead to further matches in the future. Lashley is bad on the mic but in here at least it came off well and the line with him holding up his fists is soemthing he'd do, and you captured Swagger's arrogance well too.

Decent match this although you've had a chair involved in both matches so far which could be quite frustrating. It was a good way of leading to the assault on the broken wrist again though, and although it's been done before so the whole against the odds thing won't work as well this time, its something the heels would do. Should be interesting to see what happens now and if he'll be out longer this time.

I liked the next promo and once again we saw some good tension between Beth Phoenix and Rain, so I reckon it will be one of them who takes the new title. On the title I'm not too keen on it personally but that's just me, as one divas title is enough for me, but as long as you don't bring in all these ones who can't wrestle it should be pretty good. Gail Kim would be awesome for this series, but since it starts next week I doubt it and she would be good to feud with Natalya/Melina on Raw. So would Taylor Wilde but I reckon you'll keep her in FCW for a little longer. Whatever Tazz has planned for later should be good, but what does Tazz get out of it? Just seems a bit odd for him to put them together for no reason.

A handicap match result worked in terms of showing the trouble between Phoenix and Rain which will be useful for when they clash in the series, but I didn't expect it. I thought you were going to build some sort of alliance between them with them getting the win here and eventually leading to them being the last two in the series, but it seems like you want a feud between them instead. This played out well though and the series should be very interesting to see, I can see McCool being eliminated first!

As I said last time this feud has a lot of potential, and this progresses it nicely without too much happening. I like what this is built on with Shane talking about Jeter and his jealousy, as I it's obvious that Jeter won't react how Shane wants. Jeter obvioulsy isn't happy so his reaction should be very interesting. I can't believe that there was no mention of Shawn Michaels as well! Nice promo.

The promo with Matt and MVP was very good and I liked how you didn't ignore the history between the two guys. Not only did it get us excited for the match later but it also gave MVP a little more credibility as a babyface which he needed. WHat I liked is how you haven't turned him into a full blown face as he still talked pretty much the same and talked about how they aren't friends and everything, so I liked that.

Loved the stuff with Johnny Jeter, it was a good win which I think he needed but the promo and attack after it was just great. Liked the stuff he said about Shane, very heel-ish and the attack on Shannon Moore was well done with him pretending to be nice. This is already looking like a good feud.

The Chris Jericho interview was just brilliant. It was written really well and he has become such a great heel so quickly, and I love the attitude of him thinking he's doign everyone else a favour. Him talking about the attack being courageous rather than cowardly was great too, fits his heel character so well. All that's missing was insulting the parasites in the crowd. Christian coming in was useful to get us interested for his surprise later and it was cool seeing him and Jericho together, that's got potential for a great feud someway down the line. Christian was his usual self and talked up his surprise well, looking forward to it.

Great match between the King of the Ring competitors, but I can't help but feel there hasn't been enough promos focussing in the actual tournament. The match was exciting and you managed to continue the problems between certain people well, and it was good to see that Elijah Burke was the one who got the win, really makes him look strong ahead of the KOTR. That was all taken away after though, and while this sneaky sort of move suits Dykstra and makes him look good, it doesn't do much for the Smackdown guys. There was no real reason for it either, I guess he wanted to make a statement ahead of Sunday. I'm not big on superstars switching brands, but with KOTR coming up it worked well and made for a good surprise, and it also means it's not just about a match now between these guys at KOTR.

Well I think you needed a promo on the actual tournament, as I think the promo hype for it has been lacking slighlty. I know there's not much you can do when there are no set matches, but the return of the tourney is a really big thing but seems like its being treated as an undercard event. Shelton was very cocky as expected and him talking about how the last match meant nothing was true, as I doubt the winner of that match would go on to win the tournament. Don't know why Sydal is walking with them though, maybe just a way to get as many Smackdown KOTR guys in as possible.

The next promo was once again very good, every promo between these two guys seems to come off really well. The surprise wasn't what I expected but Christian was great and very much in character, but it was Edge who shone in this promo for me. He was also perfectly in character and the way you had him talk himself out of it was great, and the swerve with him pretending to want a match was brilliantly done, can really see him bragging about how much smarter he is after this. It's great to see Petey and Devine in this thread, both are very talented individuals, and they fit so well in this role. We all know what Petey can do but Devine has always been underused, but as long as they don't constantly get their asses kicked they should be great additions, to this storyline as well as the tag and possibly Cruiserweight divisions. Great promo, and this feud continue to shine.

That was one hell of a main event, very detailed and some great action. MVP simply had to get the win if he is to look like a credible challenge to CM Punk at KOTR and he did, so I like that. I don't like Jericho losing though as he gained so much momentum after his assault last week, and this is his first Smackdown match am I right? At least he has a reason though and I guess it's either him or the Champ, but I think in this occasion a pin on Punk would've worked quite well in terms of really elevating MVP and making it look like he stands a chance. At least the Champ is being booked fairly strong though. Good match and end to the show though.

Overall it was a very strong show as usual. I think the promos with Tazz are good, but when it's the last show before a PPV I think the time could be used a little better, for example a Punk-MVP interaction instead would've done a lot in terms of hyping their match at KOTR. I also feel the actual tournament could've had a bit more attention, maybe it's down to the main eventers not being involved and therefore taking the shine off it, but I feel that it should be the main attraction of the PPV, but it doesn't feel like it. Whether or not that's your aim I don't know. Lots of great moments as well though like the Edge/Christian promo, Jericho's interview and the already interesting rivalry with Swagger and Lashley. Looking forward to King of the Ring now.
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WWE King of the Ring 2008
Sunday June 15th 2008
Live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California





**The Preview**



Jeff Hardy’s return to Raw has exceeded even his own expectations, and he could complete the remarkable return by becoming the new WWE Champion this Sunday night at the King of the Ring. However, standing in his path is over 300 pounds of sheer monster, the “The Big Red Machine” Kane.

After being carried out of WrestleMania on a stretcher following his I Quit match with CM Punk, Jeff goes in to this match in the same manner he left The Citrus Bowl. This past Monday night on Raw with his sights firmly set on the WWE Champion for the first time, The Charismatic Enigma sent the monster a clear message going in to what promises to be one of the most physical WWE Championship matches in recent history with Jeff’s high risk approach. Hardy wasn’t satisfied in the manner of his victory the week before that set up his title opportunity on the back of two impressive victories over JBL & Rey Mysterio. He demanded a No Holds Barred match with Randy Orton and declared that he wanted to prove to the world that he not only deserved his shot at the gold, but he is capable of being the WWE Champion.

Kane had defeated Mr. Kennedy earlier in the evening, and the defending champion decided that he wanted to send a message of his own to the challenger. He interfered in Jeff’s match and cost him a victory he craved, but it was Jeff that had the last laugh, well almost. Jeff fought back against Kane’s attack and threw him off the stage with the aid of a ladder, but that was just the beginning. The daredevil climbed up the stage, many feet high above the ground before flying through the wreckage to hit a Swanton Bomb on Kane as Paul Bearer, Kane’s father and the crowd looked on in absolute shock. The condition of both men remains unknown for now, and you have to wonder if Jeff’s actions will play a part in the outcome of this match.

Will Jeff live to regret his actions, or will they only spur him on to go one step further and become the WWE Champion?




No one was happy with the manner in which CM Punk won his first ever World Championship at Judgment Day three weeks ago, however no one was angrier and more eager for revenge than MVP.

It was just three weekends ago that both Punk & MVP were part of a fatal fourway match for the Money in the Bank contract that at the time belonged to MVP. After the match though, it was a different story as it firmly belonged to Punk. Later on in the night, so did the World Heavyweight Championship, the title that MVP worked so hard for at WrestleMania in winning the Money in the Bank contract. All that hard work was undone when Punk took the briefcase and the contract inside away from him before cashing in after Shawn Michaels’ defeat of The Undertaker. The Heartbreak Kid barely had anything left to fight off Punk, and that allowed The Straight Edge Superstar to take away Michaels’ title in addition to MVP’s own ambition.

MVP wasn’t the only one to show his frustration as it was the former champion that went looking for Punk first, quickly cashing in his own rematch clause just five days later. It was to end in the same manner for The Heartbreak Kid as Punk stole another victory, but he wasn’t done there as he looked to inflict further misery on his predecessor. That brought out MVP, who fought Punk off and sent a stark reminder that he hadn’t forgotten about the events of Judgment Day. Seven days later, Punk was due to defend his title once again, this time against The Undertaker until Chris Jericho put pay to that with a hideous attack on the dead man. The World Champion thought he had a lucky escape, but his night wasn’t over, not by a long shot. MVP stormed the ring once again, catching Punk off guard and showing him why he is a big threat going in to their title match.

The Franchise Player then informed him that he would be defending his title at the King of the Ring, something that didn’t go down too well with Punk this past Friday. He wanted to know why he wasn’t shown any respect by Tazz in not being informed personally, but Tazz put him straight on several matters. Later on in the evening, MVP had the chance to get physical with Punk just 48 hours before their title showdown and chose Matt Hardy to be his mystery partner in what turned out to be a big victory over the World Champion and Chris Jericho after Punk walked out on his partner. He didn’t look all that comfortable as MVP stared him down after the match, and MVP will be walking in to the Staples Center in confident mood on the back of that.

Can MVP follow that up with an even bigger victory in the Sunshine State, or will Punk leave him disappointed like he did three weeks ago?




Ted DiBiase Jr faces the toughest battle of his short WWE career by far when he defends the Million Dollar Championship against Finlay this Sunday night in L.A.

These two men haven’t seen eye to eye for a while now, but when Finlay inflicted the first defeat of DiBiase’s career several weeks ago, in controversial fashion it has to be said, the young star showed some real determination that many had called for, especially his father. Ted Jr went looking for Eric Bischoff, wanting Finlay dealt with, but Bischoff’s response was to allow DiBiase to deal with it himself at the King of the Ring while putting the title his father gave to him on his debut on the line. With Bischoff’s words ringing in his ears, DiBiase took action in to his own hands, attacking both Finlay and Hornswoggle. The Million Dollar Champion attacked Finlay from behind before turning his attention to Hornswoggle, something that he may come to regret by the time Sunday is through.

Knowing Finlay would be after revenge, “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase made a surprise appearance in attempting to protect his son, while not defending his actions. Finlay told the father of his opponent this Sunday night that there won’t be anywhere for Ted Jr to hide come the King of the Ring, but fast forward seven days, and the man himself came out to fight his own battle. He was keen to make it clear he wasn’t a coward, but he was quickly interrupted by Finlay before all hell broke lose. With Finlay focused on retribution and insisting the Million Dollar Championship is just a bonus, the two bitter rivals came to blows after a typical sucker punch from DiBiase. Just as it looked like they were going to tear each other apart, security stormed the ring and managed to pull them away from each other.

DiBiase has shown he means business now, but has he made a mistake in getting under the skin of the fighting Irishman? Find out this Sunday when these two threaten to beat the holy hell out of each other.




This is what the return of the King of the Ring is all about; eight men competing in one night to thrust themselves in to the limelight. One of these eight superstars will battle through three gruelling matches to earn the title of the “King of the Ring” in what will be one of the greatest moments of their careers while giving themselves the chance to have many more just like it.

Four representatives from both Raw & Smackdown will first compete in four quarter final matches with the winners advancing to the semi finals that will then leave just two men to battle it out in a match that will change their career there and then. The grid is being drawn up as we speak and will only be revealed on the night itself, leaving everyone to consider what lies in store for them.

Just who will be the man left standing?



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Prediction Template

WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner:
Runner Up:

Losing Semi Finalists:


(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)


Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any?

Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case)



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Preview was sweet, Nige, show as a whole looks great. Looking forward to all the matches, basically, should be awesome stuff.

WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

I don't see Jeff winning, but I can see him getting another shot down the line

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Punk losing now would be horrible. This feud needs to go on longer, and without the title switching hands

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

This whole program was designed to put DiBiase over, so him all the way

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner: Rey Mysterio
Runner Up: Shelton Benjamin

Losing Semi Finalists:

(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)

Kofi Kingston, Kenny Dykstra, Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal

Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any?
None

Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case)
WWE Title

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WWE Championship Match
Jeff Hardy df. Kane

I really hope Hardy wins, though i have a feeling Kane is going to win.

WHC Match

CM Punk df. MVP

I can't see Punk loosing in any way, and I see a Michaels and Punk feud down the road so no way in hell MVP is leaving WHC champion

Million Dollar Title Match

DiBiase df. Finlay

enough said.

KOTR
Winner: Rey Mysterio can't see anyone else winning it then Rey
Runner Up: Kofi Kingston or Shelton Benjamin

Semifinal
Dykstra,Sydal,Benjamin,Burke


Title Changes
1

Main Event: Jeff Hardy vs Kane

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Prediction Template

WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner: Kenny Dykstra
Runner Up: Elijah Burke

Losing Semi Finalists:

Matt Sydal, Santino Marella, Chavo Guerrero, Rey Mysterio
(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)


Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any?
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Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case)[/center]
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WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner: Kofi Kingston
Runner Up: Matt Sydal

Losing Semi Finalists: Benjamin, Burke, Dykstra, Mysterio

(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)


Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any? 1

Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case) Hardy vs. Kane
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WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

I think there is more to come from Kane as Champion so I don't see him dropping it yet

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Punk will be Champion for a long time yet so I think he'll retain

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

A win would do much more for DiBiase and it feels like it's his first big feud to put him over, so DiBiase.

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner: Kenny Dykstra
Its very tough to predict which is good and although Mysterio stands out as a possible winner I think this was brought back to elevate a younger guy, and I rekcon Dykstra might be that guy

Runner Up: Matt Sydal
I can see him coming really close only to just lose with him still looking great, although possibly Benjamin costing him

Losing Semi Finalists:

Elijah Burke, Shelton Benjamin, Kofi Kingston and Rey Mysterio
Can see Rhodes costing Kofi and Sydal beating Benjamin to continue their feud


Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any?
None

Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case)
Jeff Hardy vs. Kane
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WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

Jeff Hardy is not the man to dethrone Kane, you are going to go for a big match at Summerslam, I feel.

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Very little build to this one and I think you are giving Punk a nice long title run, until HBK comes back that is.

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

To cement DiBiase as a credible threat and because he needs the win more than Finlay

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner: Kenny Dykstra
Runner Up: Rey Mysterio

Losing Semi Finalists: {semi finals would only have 2 losers but if you want 4 here they are:} Benjamin, Kingston and to add two on the end, Sydal and Burke.

(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)


Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any? None

Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case) Jeff Hardy vs. Kane
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WWE Championship
Jeff Hardy vs Kane (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)

Million Dollar Championship
Finlay vs Ted DiBiase Jr (c)

The King of the Ring Tournament
Participants
From Raw: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Kenny Dykstra & Santino Marella
From Smackdown: Elijah Burke, Matt Sydal, Chavo Guerrero & Shelton Benjamin

Winner: Kofi Kingston
Runner Up: Kenny Dykstra

Losing Semi Finalists: {semi finals would only have 2 losers but if you want 4 here they are:} Sydal, Rey Mysterio.

(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)


Bonus Questions

How many title changes will there be, if any? None

Keeping in mind the King of the Ring tournament in addition to the three other matches, which match will be the main event? (“The King of the Ring Final” will be a sufficient answer if you believe that to be the case) Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) vs CM Punk (c)
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Winner: Kenny Dykstra
Runner Up: Rey Mysterio

Losing Semi Finalists: {semi finals would only have 2 losers but if you want 4 here they are:} Benjamin, Kingston and to add two on the end, Sydal and Burke.
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Winner:
Runner Up:

Losing Semi Finalists:


(There’s one point for each of the four names guessed correctly)
The point each came for the winner, runner up and one each for both of the losing semi finalists, not four losing semi finalists because that obviously isn't possible. It looks like some people were confused by the extra line between them or thought it could be losing quarter finalists.

What i'll do is just scrap that question and count the points for the winner and runner up, just so everyone's aware. I plan on putting the show up very soon, so there might not be time for everyone to edit their answers if they were even bothered to do so anyway. I think the best thing to do is eliminate the two points for the semi finalist question.

Sorry for any confusion, but i thought it was best you knew now.
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