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There isn't a Rey-DiBiase angle? It looks like there is one building IMO, they had the Battle Royale stuff and the part of the tag match (a match that seemed like it was three outlined rivalaries coming together) where Rey inserts himself in the DiBiase's agruement with the ref by attacking him, it seemed like there was angle.

I'm pretty dissapointed by the recap thing, just write all the fucking Raws in recap, it probably won't lose anything if you did, the Smackdown promos with Punk, Jericho, Edge, and Christian would get killed in recap IMO
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Smackdown Preview - Friday 27th June 2008
Live From the ARCO Arena
Sacramento, California





>The Dead Has Risen<

Chris Jericho has refused to apologise for his ‘courageous’ attack on The Undertaker three weeks ago, however he may well be regretting it right now. Jericho was promised a World Heavyweight Championship match last week if he was able to beat CM Punk by either pinfall or submission, and he looked like he could do just that. That was until the dead man returned, making Jericho pay after delivering a devastating chokeslam that saw Punk disqualified, ending Jericho’s hopes of a shot at the World Champion. We’re also led to believe that Tazz has made a decision in regard to the main event at the upcoming Great American Bash, and that he will announce it this week. Tune in to find out if this is indeed correct and just what the match could be if the rumours are true.

Edge continued to score points over his little brother last week following Christian’s defeat in a handicap match against the debuting pair of Petey Williams & Johnny Devine. Captain Charisma challenged Edge to a one-on-one match but the Rated R Superstar said the only way he’d face Christian was if he could beat his fellow Canadians. Edge wasn’t about to let that happen and speared his little brother that saw him taste defeat. Christian had his big brother rattled a few weeks ago, but that’s not the case anymore. Can he do something to change that this week?

The Elimination Series for the WWE Divas Championship got under way last week which saw the surprising return of former Women’s Champion, Gail Kim. It was Kim that went on to win the first match in the series that also saw Maria eliminated and earned Kim a bye from match number two this week. Who will be the second diva to bite the bullet? Which three divas will join Kim next week, and who will earn the elusive free pass to bypass that match? You’ll have to watch to find out the answer to all those questions this Friday night?

Matt Sydal got a different kind of crowning than he expected last week when Shelton Benjamin ruined the biggest night of the King of the Ring’s life. The United States Champion attacked Sydal from behind and was subjected to several shots to the head from the sceptre he was about to receive for his achievement five nights earlier at the King of the Ring. We’ve not been informed of Sydal’s condition this week, but we were told he was taken to a local medical facility after the attack last Friday. Shelton picked up an impressive victory on Superstars last weekend, but will he face the music when he comes to Sacramento?

Jack Swagger was able to come out on top in his biggest match to date on Smackdown last week against Bobby Lashley. It was only by count-out however, and the two will lock horns again this week when they compete in tag team action. Lashley will be joined by Ron Killings while Chavo Guerrero will be Swagger’s partner. Killings & Chavo had another heated argument last week and had to be pulled apart. Anything could happen when these four men collide this week.

Michael Shane & Johnny Jeter went at it last Friday night in a non-title match, and it was Jeter that came out on top against the Cruiserweight Champion. The two of them have had a couple of run ins as of late, but there looks to be a lot more bad blood between them now. Jeter’s mother decided she wanted to surprise her son last week, and she definitely did that. She appeared to be smitten with Shane, causing Shane to become distracted in the match with her son. Later on in the night, the three of them stumbled across each other, and that’s when Jeter’s night took a turn for the worse. He had to watch on helplessly as his rival and mother flirted and left with each other, leaving him all alone. He was incensed at the time, but will he have calmed down in time for this week’s show?

We were advised last week that the WWE Tag Team Championship will be decided at The Great American Bash in a match Tazz has entitled ‘The Final Encounter’. We saw Chris Masters inflict more damage on Paul Burchill’s already broken wrist two weeks ago, and Tazz banned both The UK Pack & The Masters of the Mat from the arena last week to ensure there would be no repeat of that incident. We’ve been told that they will both be present this week when Smackdown comes to you live from the ARCO Arena, and that could mean trouble might not be far away.

Sonjay Dutt made an impressive debut last Friday, but any celebrations he had planned were cut short thanks to the returning Jamie Noble. Dutt defeated Kid Kash in singles action for a huge debut victory, only for Noble to ruin his big night. Noble suffered an injury to his neck at WrestleMania three months ago when he & Kash were challenging for the tag team titles, and now the duo are reunited, what lies in store for them now? First of all, Noble must meet the man he attacked last week in Sonjay Dutt. Will it be a winning return, or will Dutt make it two for two against The Pitbulls?



CONFIRMED FOR THIS FRIDAY NIGHT ON SMACKDOWN

WWE Divas Championship
Elimination Series – Match #2
Mickie James vs Michelle McCool vs Beth Phoenix vs Mia Rain


Plus

Bobby Lashley & Ron Killings vs Jack Swagger & Chavo Guerrero

Sonjay Dutt
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Apologies for not getting you any feedback for RAW, been busy. But, I'll do my best to get you some feedback for SD!.

The match for the World Title at GAB sounds like a really big one, especially the way I think it'll come together for a Triple Threat with Jericho and 'Taker. Looking forward to the announcement, and more development for the current feud.

The Edge/Christian feud has been really solid so far, especially with the additions of Devine and Williams, and I'm looking forward to seeing what insults are traded this time around, and if we'll get another match with variations. Still waiting for Tomko to do something of note.

The Elimination Chase continuing sounds good, looking forward to seeing who leaves this week, hoping it's McCool.

The Shelton/Sydal feud has picked up major speed thanks to the KOTR and last week, so I'm definitely looking forward to seeing where it goes from there. Should be fun.

The tag match between a heated feud and a starting one should be beneficial to both programs. Match should be a fun one, I can see the heels picking up a dirty win to further incite the faces.

Man, last week's stuff with Jeter's mom was some of the best parts of the show, and I'm hoping that continues for this episode. Awesome stuff going on there.

Hoping that we get to hear from the champs to sell the feud and importance of their match. We've seen enough from the Masters, now it should be from the Pack.

I can see Dutt winning his match with Noble albeit just, and getting a teammate in the coming weeks to stop the attacks and whatnot. But who could it be? Should be a good match anyway.

Looking forward to the show, Nige, I'll really try to get some feedback this time around.
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>Superstars is posted after Smackdown btw. I decided to post them together as they’re both in recap form and some Smackdown storylines follow on and I’d only have posted it in a couple of days anyway.<


Smackdown Results - Friday 27th June 2008
Live From the ARCO Arena
Sacramento, California





***Video Recap***
From Last Week

Chris Jericho’s promo in the middle of the ring, saying how he didn’t want to talk about The Undertaker, and that it’s irrelevant since he put him on the shelf two weeks ago. His comments in calling CM Punk, the World Heavyweight Champion a coward, and that he would be a champion to be proud of are then shown, followed by Tazz’s arrival and the announcement that later on it would be Jericho facing Punk one on one, and that if Jericho could win by pinfall or submission, he would receive a title shot at a later date.

Punk’s arrival later on is shown, walking in to his locker room to see Jericho there. We then hear Jericho’s remark about Punk’s title reign coming to an abrupt end, followed by Punk telling Jericho that he’s the World Heavyweight Champion and that it’s going to stay that way for a long time.

The main event between Punk & Jericho is highlighted, featuring Punk’s escape from the Codebreaker to then hit a roundhouse kick. Jericho’s counter from the GTS in to an enziguri and Punk’s survival from the Walls of Jericho are also shown, finishing with The Undertaker’s surprise entrance, starting with the lights going out and ending with the dead man chokeslamming Jericho to give him the DQ victory. Taker’s menacing look at Punk is then shown, as is Punk’s quick escape, looking confused and worried by Taker’s presence.



“Break The Walls Down” played as the cameras switched to the arena, and a very serious looking Chris Jericho made his way out in to the arena, getting a hostile reception from the California natives. As soon as he got his hands on the microphone, he said that the ignoramuses who like to think their own opinions are more important than anyone else just because they live in the arrogant state of California needed to shut their mouths as someone who actually has an opinion worth hearing needed to have his heard. He compared Tazz, Smackdown’s General Manager to Arnold Schwarzenegger, explaining they have bothfound themselves with more authority than they deserve and that he believes Tazz deliberately misled him last week. With the crowd giving him hell, an angry Jericho carried on and said that Tazz gave him the opportunity to earn himself a title shot if he could beat CM Punk by pinfall and submission, only for The Undertaker to return from the ‘courageous’ beating he received a few weeks earlier. He then said that because Taker’s interference in giving him a victory by disqualification sounds too much like a coincidence, something he doesn’t believe in and accused Tazz of setting the whole thing up just to prove some kind of point as to who holds the power on Smackdown. Jericho ignored the booing, shaking his head while moving on to say that Tazz’s behaviour was totally unacceptable and that he wanted Tazz punished for his actions in allowing him to be attacked from behind by a psychopath on top of the title opportunity that he was never going to receive.

The deadly serious Canadian then said that he would have no hesitation in going over Tazz’s head if need be, but that he would allow Tazz the chance to redeem himself first. Jericho called Tazz down to resolve the matter, and he didn’t have to wait too long as “13” hit and Tazz walked down to the ring. Smackdown’s GM got a good reception and he was very relaxed, and not even Jericho could change that in asking Tazz if he was prepared to accept his failings and do what’s right for the good of Smackdown. Tazz smirked and said that if by doing the right thing in giving Jericho a title shot, then yes, that’s what he’s going to do, but not because of his threats and that he resented the accusation of screwing him over. Jericho quickly cut in and told Tazz that he was willing to forget about that as he has finally made the right decision in giving him a title match with CM Punk, but Tazz then cut Jericho off, telling him not to get too carried away with himself. Jericho looked confused, but Tazz elaborated, announcing that at the Great American Bash, Jericho would indeed by challenging CM Punk for the World Championship, but he won’t be the only challenger. The crowd cheered that comment, and they were cheering even louder when Tazz followed on to say that Jericho would be just one of four challengers in a scramble match, a concept that he felt worked so well at Judgment Day, that he was going to try it out with the biggest prize in the business on the line. Jericho didn’t like that one bit and asked Tazz if he was out of his mind, telling him that there is only one person on the roster who is capable of being the World Champion, and that is Chris Jericho. He was about to continue his sentence when “This Fire Burns” hit and an angry CM Punk walked out to the stage with a microphone in hand.

He asked for his music to be cut and said that he doesn’t usually agree with Jericho but asked Tazz if he was indeed out of his mind as he walked down to the ring. Once he got inside, he asked Tazz what gave him the right to put him in a match against four men with his title on the line. Tazz responded coolly, saying that if they didn’t already know, he was the man in charge, the man who actually has the power instead of just thinking he had it. Punk was less than impressed and said that he’s the number one guy on Smackdown, the guy the show revolves around, not some piece of trash right out of Brooklyn. That got a smirk out of Jericho and a gasp of disbelief from the crowd, but Tazz took it on the chin. He then told Punk that he’d let that one go, but since Punk thinks he’s the star of the show, he was going to let the star of the show strut his stuff later on and show everyone why he’s the World Champion. Punk & Jericho looked confused, but Tazz then said that he hadn’t forgotten about Jericho either, and that in the main event, they will go at it once again, only there’s going to be a slight difference, or an addition to put it right. They looked on confused still, but Tazz put them out of misery by announcing that they would be competing in a triple threat match against one of the other three men in the scramble match at The Great American Bash. . . The Undertaker. The crowd went nuts for that, and Tazz said he wasn’t done. He said that since there seems to be some doubt as to who’s in charge, he’s going to make it a No Holds Barred match, just because he feels like it. The fans cheered that too, leaving Punk & Jericho stunned as “13” played once again with Tazz then leaving the ring and patting Punk on the back in the process. He walked up the ramp smiling as Punk & Jericho turned to look at him, both angry before turning to each other and looking just as pissed.



{Commercial Break}


A Video Recap from last week of Jack Swagger’s count out victory over Bobby Lashley was shown, including the shock and relief on Swagger’s face as well as the anger on Lashley’s, who entered the ring straight away with Swagger leaving just as quickly, leading to Swagger laughing at Lashley as he backed away from the ring. The backstage brawl between Ron Killings & Chavo Guerrero was then shown too, all started by Killings mocking Chavo for his failure to win the King of the Ring, only for Chavo to resort to calling Killings a convict and that he doesn’t deserve to be in the WWE, resulting in Killings knocking Chavo to the floor with a right hand and a group of officials later pulling them apart.

The Opening Match
Bobby Lashley & Ron Killings (w/Layla) vs. Jack Swagger & Chavo Guerrero

This was a fiercely competitive match, and the finish came when Lashley & Swagger were fighting on the outside where Swagger tossed Lashley in to the steps. Killings & Chavo were the legal men, and Swagger slipped back in to the ring, only for the referee to try and get him on the apron. That allowed Chavo to low blow a distracted Killings and roll him up, holding on to the tights in the process as the referee then turned round to count the fall and give the heel duo the victory. Chavo & Swagger revelled in the win as Killings & Lashley sat up watching on in and outside the ring respectively.


{Commercial Break}


A Video Recap of Chris Masters’ attack on Paul Burchill two weeks ago was shown, showing how Masters laid him out with a steel chair and continued to batter Burchill’s wrist with it until officials & EMT’s arrived on the scene. Michael Cole & Matt Striker also mentioned how last week, Tazz announced that The UK Pack would be defending the WWE Tag Team titles against The Masters of the Mat at The Great American Bash in a match entitled ‘The Final Encounter’.

“Masterpiece” played to heat from the crowd as Chris Masters & Charlie Haas made their way down to the ring. The duo looked quite calm for a change, and Masters took the lead after being passed a microphone. He told the audience that even though Tazz took them out of the show last week, they were more than happy to find out he’s given them the chance to finish the job on The UK Pack at The Great American Bash. He said that over the past month they’ve shown how dangerous they are, but that both Burchill & Harry Smith need to know that they’ve not seen anything yet as they’re not going to stop until they have the tag team titles strapped around their waists. That generated more heat from the fans, and Masters went on to say that he & Charlie are used to having Tazz protect their opponents, and banning them from the arena last week was smart because he can see just how much danger their title reign is under. He then said that one week won’t make any difference whatsoever as nothing is going to stop them from destroying The UK Pack once and for all in just over two weeks, saying they’re not just going to take their titles, they’re going to take their careers and end them at the same time. The fans crapped all over Masters, but before he could speak again, “Britannia” hit to a massive pop as Paul Burchill & Harry Smith, the WWE Tag Team Champions walked out to the stage. They didn’t look quite so happy as they then wandered on down to the ring to the amusement of Masters & Haas. Burchill, still wearing a cast got a microphone of his own, but Masters quickly asked him if he wanted any help holding it since he heard his wrist is in pretty bad shape.

Burchill told Masters that he was just fine and sarcastically thanked him for his courtesy. Masters & Haas smiled at each other, but Burchill then said that he agreed with Masters, Tazz’s decision to keep them apart last week was indeed smart, but that he & Harry weren’t the ones who needed protecting. Masters looked confused, and Burchill explained that had he & Harry were ready to show everyone a whole new side to them after what happened two weeks ago, but now that they know they’re going to go at it one final time in two weeks at The Bash, they’re going to save that until then. He then said that doesn’t mean they can’t have a bit of light hearted competition, and since it’s abundantly clear Masters is so desperate to see him compete with just one arm, he had a proposition for him. Masters didn’t have a clue what Burchill was talking about and asked him what he meant. Burchill explained that he thought it would be fun to see how Masters would do with just one arm too and challenged him to an arm wrestling match. The Masterpiece seemed amused by the challenge and accepted, saying that it’s the stupidest idea he’s ever heard and that it’s playing right in to his hands. He also told Burchill that he was going to beat him just like he & Charlie will do at The Bash. Burchill said that they’d soon see about that and called for the guys in the back to come on out. Four production workers then carried out a specially designed arm wrestling table and set it up in the middle of the ring. Masters then asked if they needed a referee, and one quickly came out, and then instructed Haas & Smith to stand well back with Smith taking possession of Burchill’s title belt as well as his own.


Match #2
Arm Wrestling Challenge – Paul Burchill (w/Harry Smith) vs. Chris Masters (w/Charlie Haas)

They both used their left arms due to the cast on Burchill’s right arm, and it was a close fought battle with Burchill coming very close to winning, only for Masters to demonstrate his power and fight back, forcing Burchill’s arm down against the table. Masters was then announced as the winner and he celebrated by throwing his arms up in the air before walking over to the ropes and gloating in front of the fans. Haas went over and patted him on the back, and Masters then turned back and went over to Burchill, then offered a handshake. Burchill wasn’t sure but shook with his left before nailing him across the skull with the cast. That got a big pop, but as Haas tried to get at Burchill, Smith stepped in and dropped the belts to knock him down with a clothesline. He then shoved the table down before pulling Haas up and scooping him up on to his shoulder. He then ran across the ring and planted him with the running powerslam, getting a big pop with “Britannia” playing again. Smith got back up and smirked alongside Burchill as they looked down at their fallen challengers. Smith then picked up the belts and passed Burchill his before leaving the ring with big smiles on both their faces.


Josh Matthews interviewed Gail Kim backstage, asking her how she felt about her return to the WWE and big victory in the first match of the Elimination Series for the Divas Championship. Kim said that she’d always wanted to come back to the WWE as it’s the place to be for any wrestler in the world, and that it when she was told about the chance to be in the Elimination Series, she knew the time was right. She also said that she didn’t expect to win last week as there’s so many strong divas on Smackdown, but that she was going to give it her best shot because she wants to be the first ever Divas Champion. Josh then asked her what she was planning to do with her night off, but before she could answer, a very serious looking Mia Rain walked in to the shot, staring right at Kim. The menacing Mia told Kim that she shouldn’t get too carried away, saying that she only won the first match and that there’s a long way to go before a champion is crowned. Gail didn’t seem fazed by Rain’s presence and Rain told her to enjoy the night off, because soon enough their paths might cross and she might end up eliminating Kim herself, making her win last week just like her; irrelevant. Gail then reminded Rain that she might not get the chance if she was to lose later on. Rain sn-iggered and coolly told her that wasn’t going to happen before giving her a cold stare for a couple of seconds and then walking out of the shot.


{Commercial Break}


Edge was hanging out in the production area along with Petey Williams & Johnny Devine. All three were laughing with Edge talking about how they outsmarted Christian again last week when Elijah Burke & Layla walked by. They stopped and looked at them because of the laughter, and Burke shook his head before saying some things never change. Edge & Co stopped laughing and turned to face Burke. The Rated R Superstar asked him what the hell his problem was, then answered it for him, saying that maybe it had something to do with blowing his shot at the King of the Ring to become more than just a nobody. Edge then told Burke to come back when he’s actually accomplished something. Layla looked at Burke, expecting him not to take it, and he didn’t, getting right in Edge’s face, telling him that he’d love to accomplish permanently wiping that smug look off his face.

Edge just sn-iggered as Petey & Devine walked in front of Burke, blocking him off from Edge, and The Rated R Superstar told them it was fine because there’s no way Burke would even dare try it. Burke was the one who sn-iggered then and said he’d be happy to give it a go, and challenged Edge to a match later on. Edge accepted while trying not to laugh, but Burke asked him if he was sure since it meant he’d have to man up after walking round saying he was injured when he wasn’t. That wiped the smile off Edge’s face, but he told Burke that he’s ready and he’s (Burke) going to regret running his mouth. Burke wasn’t worried at all and told Edge he’d catch him later, walking off holding Layla’s hand while Petey & Devine told Edge he needs to kick Burke’s ass for that. Edge said they don’t need to worry because he’s going to take care of him.


“Ain’t No Stoppin Me” played and the United States Champion, Shelton Benjamin walked down to the ring to a ton of heat, dressed in black pants and a gold shirt, showing no remorse at all for his actions the week before. He collected a microphone and said that after everything that’s been said over the last week in regard to what he did to Matt Sydal, a number of people had called for him to explain his actions, so that’s what he was going to do. He paused for a second before explaining that he did what he did because he felt like it and that there was no other reason, and that there wouldn’t be an apology. The fans let them know how they felt about it, filling the arena with boos, but Shelton couldn’t care less, smiling through it. He then told the audience that he wasn’t going to feel sorry for what he did because the only thing he is sorry for is the fact he didn’t win the King of the Ring, and that if anyone was going to be sorry, it’s going to be Sydal. The fans didn’t like that either, but Benjamin went on to say that despite everything that’s been said over the last week, he meant what he said about not getting his head round how Sydal beat him, but promised that it was the last time he’ll ever lose to him. He said Sydal got lucky, luckier than anyone else who’s ever stepped foot in a wrestling ring, but unfortunately for Sydal, he got lucky at the expense of the wrong person. He then said that the King of the Ring was meant for him and that it was there for the taking, then admitted that he might have taken Sydal for granted, but not anymore, and that last week he showed Sydal that he’s not ever going to forget it.

With boos still ringing round the arena, Benjamin ignored the fans and continued, saying that Sydal ruined what would have been the biggest moment of his career, and that last week he ruined the biggest night of Sydal’s life, showing everyone that he means business and that he’s only just getting started on making him pay. The heat continued until Shelton was interrupted by MVP. “I’m Comin” hit and The Franchise Player made his way down to the ring to the surprise of The Gold Standard. MVP didn’t look impressed with Benjamin at all, staring disapprovingly at him as he walked over to get a microphone. Benjamin asked him what business he had interrupting him, and MVP asked him if he was done running his mouth. Shelton tried to stand up for himself and told MVP he wasn’t, but Porter said Shelton’s wrong because he would be (MVP) the one doing the talking. The fans cheered him and MVP told Shelton that he should be sorry for what he did and that it would be appropriate because Shelton’s one sorry son of a bitch. With cheers echoing inside the arena, MVP said he was gutless and for nothing, jumping someone just because he lost one match, and told Benjamin to get over it. Benjamin then asked MVP just what it had to do with him and that the only reason he can think why he was out there was because they had something in common, reminding everyone that MVP lost to CM Punk at the King of the Ring, missing out on his big opportunity. Shelton then told MVP that unlike him, he didn’t deserve the prize at the end of the tunnel, and that at least he (Benjamin) did something about it.

He then said that even Sydal deserved a title shot more than MVP, but even if he did get one, he’s not there to take it. MVP then cut in and said that’s the only thing Benjamin got right, Sydal’s not there, but he’ll be back soon enough to shut him up himself, that’s if he didn’t do it himself right there. That got the crowd going, and MVP asked the United States Champion if he could find some balls and man up. Shelton didn’t seem too keen but then dropped his belt as he and MVP circled the ring, and they then walked right up to each other. They both talked smack and the camera zoomed in on them, and just as they backed up, MVP was shoved down to the mat. The camera zoomed out to reveal two men stomping all over him to the anger of the Sacramento crowd. Shelton looked confused but quickly smirked and picked up his belt, then left the ring, walking past a woman on the outside. The two men continued to stomp all over MVP, and it became clear that they were The Empire (Drew McIntyre & Stu Sanders with Katie Lea), who have had video vignettes played the last few weeks on Smackdown. McIntyre then pulled MVP up and planted him with a double underhook DDT to the amusement of Shelton who was standing at the top of the ramp looking on laughing. Sanders looked on with a sadistic look on his face as McIntyre then stood back up while Katie Lea joined them in the ring as they all then looked down smirking at MVP lying there to a ton of heat. They then left the ring, led by Lea, getting booed out of the arena, but it didn’t bother them at all as they smiled all the way up the ramp.



{Commercial Break}


A Video Recap of Sonjay Dutt’s debut victory over Kid Kash courtesy of the Hindu Press was shown, followed up by Jamie Noble’s return in cutting short Dutt’s celebration, attacking him and finishing with a double underhook powerbomb. Noble’s handshake with his fellow Pitbull, Kash was then shown as they laughed at the out cold Dutt.

Match #3
Sonjay Dutt vs. Jamie Noble (w/Kid Kash)

Another very competitive even match with Noble trying to slow the match down. Dutt was on top after catching Noble by surprise with a Tilt-A-Whirl Tornado DDT, but Noble got his foot on the rope to stay in the match. Dutt then got up and dragged Noble in to the corner, climbed up to the top rope and looked set to go for the Hindu Press until Kid Kash got up on the apron and grabbed his boot. The referee went across to deal with it and managed to get Kash off the apron. Noble sat up though holding the back of his neck and called the referee over. With Noble only just returning from a neck injury, the ref went over to check on him. Dutt even seemed concerned and went over himself, asking whether he was okay. Noble then shot up and hammered him in the face. Dutt was caught off guard and reeling, allowing Noble to kick him in the gut and hit the double underhook powerbomb to get the victory.

Noble had a big grin on his face as he stood up to get his arm raised. He was joined in the ring by Kash, who raised his arm too. As soon as the referee left the ring, The Pitbulls put the boots to Dutt again, but just as Noble set him up for another powerbomb, Jimmy Wang Yang ran down the ramp and slid in to the ring. Dressed in black jeans and a white T-shirt, and without his trademark moustache, Yang ducked a clothesline from Kash and sent him flying over the top rope with a clothesline of his own. Noble then went for him, but Yang ducked again, and as Noble turned round while backed up against the ropes, Yang super kicked him over the top. The crowd cheered Yang, who then went over to check on Dutt and pulled him up to his feet. Dutt looked surprised but smiled before they had a short guy hug. The Pitbulls were confused as they stood up on the outside, and they weren’t too happy either with Dutt & Yang defiantly staring back at them.


Michelle McCool was stretching in the back in preparation for the Divas Elimination Series match later on in the night when Mickie James walked up to her and asked her how she was doing. McCool barely looked up and said she was fine, confusing Mickie as to why she was short with her. Mickie shrugged it off and said that last week was crazy and she didn’t bank on Gail Kim coming back or Maria being eliminated, and then said that she thought it’d make things worse between Beth Phoenix & Mia Rain. That got McCool’s full attention and she stopped stretching. She told Mickie to give it a rest and that she should spend more time worrying about herself and not those two. Mickie looked stunned, and McCool continued, telling her that like she told Mickie last week, it’s every woman for themselves, and if Mickie didn’t see it that way, that’s her problem.

McCool then walked off leaving Mickie shocked, but as she stood there with her jaw dropping closer and closer to the floor, an agitated Johnny Jeter walked up behind her and asked her rather impolitely if she’d seen Michael Shane. Mickie apologised and said she hadn’t, but then relaxed and told Jeter that it was so sweet of him to bring his mom to the show last week. He reacted angrily and told Mickie he didn’t and that she just turned up. Mickie then said that it must have been nice to have his mum there, but Jeter asked Mickie how she would feel if Shane took off with her mom. Mickie didn’t really have an answer, saying she wasn’t sure but told him that Shane and his mom aren’t didn’t do anything wrong. Jeter shook his head and said that she would say that since the only reason she came to Smackdown was because she went through the whole Raw locker room. Mickie erupted and slapped Jeter across the chops, then stormed off, leaving Jeter even angrier.



{Commercial Break}


A Video Recap of the Elimination Match in the WWE Divas Championship Series from last week was shown, including Gail Kim’s shock return and victory, defeating Maria to the surprise of the rest of the divas at the end of the match.

Match #4
Divas Champion Elimination Series – Match #2 in the Series
Mickie James vs. Michelle McCool vs. Beth Phoenix vs. Mia Rain

Beth & Mia had their problems once again, but it was Mickie James that caused the surprise of the match by knocking Phoenix out for the count with a roundhouse kick and then countering McCool’s attempts to steal a win. McCool walked up behind Mickie and spun her round, but James reacted well to duck a wild shot and kicked Michelle in the gut and quickly hit the Implant DDT. With Beth down herself having already taken Rain out of the match, it left Mickie to cover McCool and get the win. After the match and when Mickie walked up to the stage, McCool sat up and looked up angrily at her with Mickie trying to say she was sorry, but McCool didn’t look happy.

Eliminated From the Series: Michelle McCool.
Divas Remaining: Gail Kim, Mickie James, Beth Phoenix & Mia Rain.
Next Match in the Series: Gail Kim vs. Beth Phoenix vs. Mia Rain – Mickie earns a bye and a free pass for the match in two weeks.


Shelton Benjamin was walking through the backstage area and Josh Matthews tried to get a word with him. Benjamin stopped and asked Josh what he wanted. Matthews asked him why he let those two guys attack MVP like that earlier on, and Shelton laughed. He checked Josh wasn’t kidding and asked why he should’ve helped him anyway, then reminded him that MVP was going to try and do the same thing to him and that no one would’ve helped him if they were in his shoes. He then said that everyone’s trying to pin everything on him right now and that he’d had enough of it because he’s got nothing to feel guilty about that. We then heard someone ask him if he was sure about that. Shelton turned round and saw Tazz standing there, and the GM didn’t look pleased at all. He told Shelton that he wasn’t surprised he didn’t feel guilty about putting Matt Sydal on the shelf, but he then said that the King of the Ring won’t be there for long. That angered Shelton and Tazz wasn’t finished. He said that Sydal will be back sooner than he thinks, and will definitely be back in time for the Great American Bash in two weeks. Shelton didn’t know what to say, and Tazz went on to tell him that we would all find out if Sydal was lucky or not, because at The Bash, they’re going to go at it one more time, only this time it won’t be the title of ‘King of the Ring’ up for grabs, but the United States Championship. Shelton was stunned and just stared at Tazz as he turned round and walked back up the hall. Josh then asked Shelton for his reaction, but Benjamin just walked off.


{Commercial Break}


Match #5
Elijah Burke (w/Layla) vs. Edge (w/Petey Williams & Johnny Devine)

Burke took Edge by surprise with his aggression and desire, but with Williams & Devine providing some timely distractions, the rusty Edge was able to fight his way back in to the match. Burke managed to dodge a Spear and hit The Rated R Superstar with a lifting spinning sit-down spinebuster, but Edge kicked out at two. He then tried to finish Edge off with the Elijah Express, but Edge turned round in time to drive his elbow in to Burke’s face. That sent him staggering out of the corner and allowed Edge to turn round, run the ropes and come back to hit the Spear and pin Burke for the victory.

Before Edge could celebrate, it was Christian’s music that hit instead as he and Tyson Tomko strolled out to the stage, irritating Edge. Captain Charisma looked in a good mood considering the events of the week before as well as standing just metres away from Edge, Williams & Devine. He congratulated his brother on his big comeback victory, but said he didn’t stop by just to congratulate him because he had some news that might just interest him. Edge & Co looked curious as to Christian’s presence while Burke rolled out of the ring and was attended to by Layla. Christian then told everyone that he’d just swung by Tazz’s office and that they might’ve heard earlier on that in just over two weeks, there’s going to be a scramble match for the World Heavyweight Championship. That brought a pop from the crowd, and Christian went on to say that Tazz just informed him of who will be joining The Undertaker, Chris Jericho & CM Punk in that match.

The fans cheered again, sensing where it was going, and Christian confirmed that his brother, a former World Champion would be involved, but then said that the fifth and final superstar was none other than the man the peeps wanted to see as the next World Heavyweight Champion, Captain Charisma himself, Christian. The crowd went nuts while Edge wasn’t sure how to handle the news. Christian was very relaxed and said that he was so excited at the prospect of finally getting his hands on his brother, also telling him that there’d be nowhere to hide as the time has come for Edge to put his money where his mouth is. That seemed to anger Edge slightly, but Christian was revelling in it and said that he wasn’t just looking forward to facing Edge but beating Edge and becoming the new World Champion while his big brother walks away empty handed, apart from his two boyfriends he picked up a couple of weeks ago. That incensed all three men in the ring, but Christian & Tomko enjoyed seeing them flip as “Just Close Your Eyes” hit to a big pop with all five men staring intently at each other.



{Commercial Break}


*Video Promo*
“Move To The Music” by American Bang

Images: CM Punk cashing in the Money in the Bank contract at Judgment Day, taking Shawn Michaels by surprise and hitting the GTS out of nowhere to become the World Heavyweight Champion, after Michaels’ victory over The Undertaker. Punk’s celebrations are then shown as well as his defeat of The Heartbreak Kid on Smackdown five days later to retain his title. The video ends with location shots of Punk posing with the world title belt before cutting to the poster below.

Voiceover: “One man’s crusade to become champion and fulfil a lifelong dream went according to his underhand plan, but as champion, life is far from a dream. . . With his back against the wall, he will have to fight for his life to hold on to what he holds dear at The Great American Bash. . . The Great American Bash comes to you exclusively live, Sunday July 13th on pay-per-view from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.”




The Main Event
No Holds Barred Non-Title Match
The Undertaker vs. CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho

Punk & Jericho put their differences to one side in the early going to double team Taker, but it wasn’t long before trouble flared up between them, allowing Taker back in to the match and to get in some serious offence on both men. After ramming the steel steps in to Punk’s skull a few minutes earlier, Taker looked to be in control of the match, but Jericho struck back, dropkicking Taker in the knees as the dead man waited to give Jericho the same treatment, only to fall to his knees and hit the steps himself. It took Jericho a while to recover, but before he could stand up, he rolled under the bottom rope to collect a steel chair. He slid it back in the ring and went after hurting Taker, resting his head against the steps before going back to pick up the chair. He stood over the seemingly helpless Taker with the chair raised, but as he brought it down, Taker pulled his head back, resulting in Jericho smashing the chair in to the steps. Taker picked himself back up as a shell-shocked Jericho turned back round and prepared to level him again, but Taker drove his boot down Jericho’s throat before the shot could connect. The crowd went nuts as Jericho hit the deck and let go of the chair. The phenom then pulled him up to his feet, scooped him up on to his shoulder and prepared to drill him with the Tombstone Piledriver, then stepped up on to the steel steps to a huge pop. Punk was coming to and crawled across the ring to grab hold of the steel chair, and as Taker sent Jericho’s head crashing in to the steel, Punk rose to his feet with the chair in hand. Taker was oblivious as he crossed Jericho’s arms for a cover, only for Punk to smash the chair across his spine. The dead man rolled off of Jericho and to the side, presenting Punk with the perfect opportunity to pin Jericho and win the match.

Punk’s music hit to serious heat from the crowd after, and after getting his arm raised and being handed his title, he left the ring as Taker started to come round. The dead man then looked up at Punk, who then lifted his title up in to the air, smirking in the process to further anger The Undertaker as the show came to a close.


{End of Show}


Quick Results

Jack Swagger & Chavo Guerrero df. Bobby Lashley & Ron Killings
Chris Masters
df. Paul Burchill
Jamie Noble
df. Sonjay Dutt
Mickie James
eliminated Michelle McCool from the WWE Divas Championship Elimination Series
Edge df. Elijah Burke
CM Punk
df. Chris Jericho & The Undertaker


CONFIRMED FOR NEXT WEEK

WWE Divas Championship
Elimination Series – Match #3
Gail Kim vs Beth Phoenix vs Mia Rain



*CONFIRMED FOR THE GREAT AMERICAN BASH*











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”WWE Superstars” Results
Saturday 28th June 2008
Macon Coliseum, Macon, Georgia




Michael Shane started the show, walking down to the ring with Louisa Jeter, Johnny’s mother. They looked very happy together, and as they got in the ring, Shane got a microphone and said that he felt the need to say something before his match. The Cruiserweight Champion told everyone that he saw Johnny’s reaction to him and his mom on Smackdown the night before and that he needed Johnny to hear something. He said that Louisa doesn’t see Johnny’s problem since they’re both single and free to date whoever they like but that he did see Johnny’s problem. He explained that he believes Johnny’s got a bee in his bonnet about it because they’ve had a few choice words as of late and that Johnny can’t handle seeing him with his mom. He held his hands up and said that he wasn’t sure how’d he react if things were the other way around, but the fact is Johnny has to deal with it because they’re going to keep on seeing each other, and if he can’t handle it, then that’s his problem.

Shane was about to turn round when Santino Marella made his way to the ring, getting a mainly negative reception from the crowd. He had a microphone with him and said he had been watching Smackdown, and that he & Shane have something in common, that they both like the. . . He paused, seemingly forgetting what he had to say, then he remembered, saying that it was the name that came from the American Pies movies, and that they both like the MILK’s. The crowd laughed, and so did Shane before apologising to Louisa, who didn’t seem all that bothered. Santino then said he had a thing for the older ladies too and that he’s had his fair share of the MILK’s. He then walked up to Louisa and said that if she liked the younger man, she should try spending a night with the Italian love machine, Santino Marella. He got a slap for his troubles and then threw a strop, dropping the microphone and trying to get at her, but Shane got in the way and then Louisa left the ring so the match could start.


Match #1
Non-Title Match
Michael Shane (w/Louisa Jeter) vs. Santino Marella

Shane looked quite comfortable throughout the match and even received some encouragement from Louisa too. Santino thought he’d got back in to the match after blocking a german suplex and escaping thanks to some wild swings of the elbow, but then missed with a flying headbutt. Shane took advantage and after hitting a leg hook DDT, followed by a diving elbow drop, he finished Marella off courtesy of some Sweet Shane Music. Louisa got in the ring to celebrate and gave him a brief kiss on the lips before they left with their arms around each other.

Winner: Michael Shane.


{Commercial Break}


*Video Promo*
>Raw Rebound<

>Randy Orton’s backstage attack on Mr. Kennedy, clubbing him to the floor and trying for a punt but missing.
>Kennedy receiving treatment and being told not to go after Orton by Bischoff, only to ignore the advice.
>Orton defeating Finlay with an RKO and Kennedy coming down to the ring after, nearly hitting a Mic Check only for Orton to escape the ring, who looked relieved while Kennedy was livid.
>Triple H walking down to the ring, ripping his shirt off after JBL accused him of caring more about the WWE Championship than Evolution and that Evolution had come to an end, leading to The Game going for JBL.
>Batista’s entrance to make the save as The Corporation went at it with Triple H & Flair.
>Eric Bischoff’s arrival and his announcement that Evolution would meet The Corporation in a six man tag team match at Vengeance this weekend and that Triple H would team up with Batista that night to take on The Big Show in a handicap match.
>Batista looking in control in the handicap match until Triple H’s blind tag that started a heated discussion between them, resulting in them getting disqualified thanks to a low blow just seconds later by Triple H on Show.
>The aftermath of the match with The Corporation taking out all three members of Evolution and looking very pleased with themselves.
>Jeff Hardy’s bravery in taking the fight to Kane, dodging a chair shot before using the chair against Kane, and then hitting a Twist of Fate and a Swanton Bomb to end the show with Paul Bearer looking shocked on the outside of the ring at the close of Raw.



Dolph Ziggler was standing in the ring holding a microphone with his music playing, but it stopped to allow him to speak. He had a smug smile on his face as he then said that after his impressive performance in his first WWE match last week, his stock went through the roof and that he was begged by both Eric Bischoff & Tazz yet again to sign for their shows. He then said that the offers he had on the table got even bigger and that he was talking big bucks, but he also said that once he was done defeating Hardcore Holly, a multi-time WWE Tag Team & Hardcore Champion, he’s going to have both Bischoff & Tazz on their hands and knees, begging him again to go to their shows. The fans didn’t like him at all, and he handed the microphone over to Justin Roberts, who then introduced Hardcore Holly. Holly got a decent pop as he made his way to the ring.

Match #2
Hardcore Holly vs. Dolph Ziggler

Dolph got a little too cocky after a decent start to the match, but he let Holly back in to it by putting his chin out for him, and Holly responded. However after hitting his trademark standing dropkick, Holly tried and failed to execute the Alabama Slam as Ziggler slipped down his back and ran to the ropes straight away. He held on to them as Holly then ran at him and in to Ziggler’s elbow. Holly was sent staggering away from the ropes and Ziggler walked up behind him to hit the Zig Zag (Jumping Reverse Legsweep) to earn a second consecutive victory on Superstars.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler.


Josh Matthews interviewed Natalya Neidhart about her match with Michelle McCool that would take place in a matter of moments, asking her what kind of mood Michelle would be in after being eliminated in the Elimination Series for the WWE Divas Championship on Smackdown 24 hours earlier. Natalya said that wasn’t her problem and that she really couldn’t care less about Smackdown or the Divas Championship as the only thing she was thinking about is the Women’s Championship and her match with Victoria & Melina at Vengeance (tomorrow night). She then said that she was going to send both of them a very serious message and really give McCool something to be upset about it, because once everyone saw what she was going to do to McCool, they’d see why she’s going to be leaving Vengeance as the new Women’s Champion.


{Commercial Break}


*Video Recap*

>From Raw Monday night and Natalya Neidhart’s match with Melina, refusing to let the Sharpshooter go after Melina got to the ropes. Victoria then entering the ring and pulling Natalya off, resulting in Natalya shoving her away, resulting in Victoria hitting the Widow’s Peak and then posing with the Women’s Championship at the top of the ramp as both Natalya & Melina looked on from the ring.

>The second match in the Elimination Series for the new WWE Divas Championship from Smackdown last night and Michelle McCool’s elimination from the series after being pinned by Mickie James. The aftermath was then shown with Mickie walking up to the stage and trying to apologise to McCool as she sat up in the ring, not looking too happy with Mickie.


Match #3
Michelle McCool vs. Natalya Neidhart

Both divas were very aggressive in this match, but it was Natalya who was the more determined and took control of the match at the right time, mainly thanks to a jaw dropping backbreaker. McCool’s lower spine was driven right in to the outstretched knee of the fearsome Neidhart who then applied the Sharpshooter, forcing her to tap out despite a decent fight from McCool. Natalya didn’t look satisfied after the match, looking very intense as the show came to a close.

Winner: Natalya Neidhart.


{End of Show}


Quick Results
Michael Shane df. Santino Marella
Dolph Ziggler df. Hardcore Holly
Natalya Neidhart df. Michelle McCool

Dark Match
The Empire df. Super Crazy & Shannon Moore




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Smackdown!

First of all I thought I'd address my thoughts on the new format. I understand why you are doing it this way. I have a BTB that is dying and I just can't be bothered to write shows in full. I think it is cool. The new format makes no differance to me and at least some shows will be in full. One thing though. Will PPV's be in full?

Back to the show. The opening segment with Jericho was good. I liked how he called out Tazz and the Scramble match should be amazing. Punk coming out and complaining was good too and it set up the main event nicely.

The openeing Tag team match was a good way to build the two feuds in there and was a nice push for killings (BTW I prefer Ron Killings to R-Truth. Good call there). I like the Lashley/Swagger feud. I'm hoping to see them face of at the great american bash.

Nice promo by Masters and Haas. I was happy to see the UK Pack come out (Mainly because im english). I wasn't so over the moon about the Arm Wretsling match but the aftermath was good.

Gail Kim interview was nice. Not a big fan of Divas myself but this elimination series is good and a nice feature every week. Good to see Gail Kim anyway though.

The Incident between Edge and Burke was great. Its good to see Burke getting in some big matches with Big Superstars.

Shelton's Promo was great. I didn't understand why MVP came out at first but after a while it seemed to make sense. Hopefully we will see Sydal back soon. The Empire's debut was good and they have certainly made and impact. I hope to see more of them.

Noble Vs Dutt was another fast paced match. I am happy that Noble won just to stamp out his authority. Yang coming out to help Dutt was nice. Im guessing next week it gonna be Dutt/Yang Vs Kash/Noble?

The backstage incident between Mickie and McCool was Ok. I rather preferred the following part between Jeter and Mickie. The final line about Mickie going through the whole raw locker room was funny. I laughed at that!

The Divas match was very good. Seing McCool go was a big suprise to me. I was expecting Mickie to get the win which is good for her.

Sydal Vs Benjamin at The Great American Bash should be an Amazing match. It was announced well by tazz and it has left me wondering will Sydal be here before The Great American Bash?

Burke/Edge was as good as it promised to be. Williams/Devine getting involved was rather obvious though. I had expected Edge to get the win as this match was mainly to put him over as stronger.

The aftermath though was even better. With the Scramble match now fully announced it should be astonishing. Can't wait to see Christian get his hands on edge!

The Main Event was good also. The ending was a bit poor, punk stealing the win. But nonetheless, it fitted Punks character well and he did really need to get the win to prove he was the true champion.


Overall:

9/10

The new format was good and the show was great. But a few niggling little things stopped a perfect score.



Superstars

I gotta say that I don't much about Michael Shane's story with Jeter's mum as I have just started reading your thread. But his opening promo was good and santino was well in character.I am Happy that Shane won the match though as I just don't like santino as a wrestler.

Ziggler cut a nice promo before the match. My guess is that he will be going to Smackdown but you never know what will happen in this thread. Him putting over Holly was good. He has definately made a strong impact.

I don't like many Divas but I do like Natalya. So seeing her beat Michelle McCool made me so happy! PLEASE say that you have big things planned for her!!!


Overall:

10/10

Simple. Everything was perfect for me from start to finish. Nothing went wrong and all results went how i would've liked them. Congratulations!


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Just a few quick comments

I've got say Smackdown got hurt my recap, I don't really like recap but it killed this episode, but moving on.

- A Scramble, eeh you just did one at Judgement Day, plus this isn't nessacairy that No Holds Barred Triple Threat should've main evented GAB. Edge and Christian are just thrown in and that should've been a singles fued it was a great singles fued and this hurts it a bit. It should be a great match but Edge and Christian aren't nessacairy.

-How'd MVP go from the main event to putting over Empire, I didn't quite get the segment because of the recap but I'm sure once Smackdwon goes back to full I'll understand more. By the way the Shelton-Sydal graphic says WWE United Championship instead of United States Championship But that match should be good, I actaully expect Sydal to become Champ.

-That was a really weak Superstars, I don't mind booking with matches you'd do on a PPV but at least have midcarders on there IMO, a Diva's match main event almost made me cry,

I hope Vegenance is good, I'm really looking foward to it espacailly because it measn you're recapping Raw because that won't get hurt as much as Smackdown by recap. Either way I'm looking forward to the PPV, it should be great
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Back to recap? No problems with that. Really liked this promo, especially the first part with Jericho burning Cali and Arnold (even though I'm a fan). Tazz making the announcement of another scramble match was good, wasn't expecing that at all. Punk coming out to dispute this as well was very good, liked his shot at Tazz as well, who I'm starting to get a little annoyed at. The main event for tonight sounds absolutely awesome, it's what I thought would happen at GAB. Looking forward to seeing what'll happen in that match, and who the other two scramble match participants'll be. Great start to the show.

Good stuff here to make the heels look good in a heelish way, and furthering the feud between the four guys nicely. Lashley won't take well to being taken out by Swagger, and Killings gets to add "hit in the balls" on his list of reasons for kicking Chavo's ass. Should be fun for when that happens.

Alright promo from both sides of the Tag Titles Match, good stuff that played up "The Final Encounter" stipulation to the match. The arm wrestling match I thought was a bit odd, since I'm not really one for stuff like that, but it made sense, what with Burchill's cast and whatnot. I did like Burchill and Smith getting in their shots over the Masters, small taste of payback, and not what I was expecting, thought it'd go vice versa. Their last match should be a strong one.

I liked the Gail interview for the most part, especially the interaction with Mia, although I didn't like that she said she wasn't expecting to win. Not really the kind of attitude to have if you're a serious athlete. That part could've been worded a bit better as to sound like she wasn't selling herself short. But anywho, the part with Mia, I really liked it, and the burn she gave her about being irrelevant. Hoping this was a bit of a one-shot deal for the time, as I want to see Mia go at it with Beth before she does Gail.

This segment with Edge and Burke reminded me a little of one with Edge and Triple H from years back, with Hunter telling Edge to win a few titles before getting in his face. Anyway, a strong showing against Edge should do Elijah good, although I would've liked to see more Devine (and Williams, I suppose) this week. Anyway, looking forward to that match, wonder if Christian or Tomko'll do anything.

While the segment was effective in continuing the Sydal/Shelton feud, and debuting The Empire and putting them in a feud with MVP right off the bat, I still can't see much of a purpose for the way things went down as they did. MVP sticking up for Sydal, I wasn't exactly a fan of, because even as a face, I think MVP should stay cocky and self-centered. And The Empire choosing to lay out MVP, I'm going to have to tune in next week to see the reasoning for that one. I can see him getting a partner, wonder who it could be?

I really liked the ending of the Noble/Dutt match. Really got a good showing of Dutt's character by he himself checking on Noble, showing that he's a true competitor with honor. Noble, on the other hand, is an underhanded bastard that I love, good win for him. Jimmy Wang Yang appearing at the end was also good, a tag team with Yang and Dutt sounds very promising, especially if Yang has a new gimmick. I'm more interested in this program now, good job here.

God, I'm really sick of McBitch, and while I'd hate to see her in a program with Mickie, I would like to see Mickie beat the living hell out of her. That'd be good stuff. The part with Jeter and his references to his mom was also good, I'd been waiting for that to come up. I was glad when Mickie slapped him, well-deserved. Get that bitch out of the running for the title, please.

I was a little confused with this match. So, Mickie knocks Beth out, Michelle tries to steal the pin. Mickie retaliates by knocking her out, and covers her before Beth had taken Mia out? That's what I got, and it doesn't make all that much sense. But anyway, good to see McBitch out, and it looks like she got the opposite of what she wanted. Fued indeed. Hope Mickie makes quick and decisive work of her.

You know, I really liked Shelton in this segment. I really did. His line about no one helping him if MVP had attacked him was really good, and we're getting him and Sydal again for the US Title? I'm there. Should be an awesome match, and I'm looking forward to more build-up for it.

Good to see Burke getting a solid showing against Edge, but a victory for Edge was the right move. Christian's post-match promo was well-done, the two of them being the final two competitors in the scramble match adds a whole new level of intruige to it, looking forward to it even more. Nice burns there, too. But again, Tomko was just there. Honestly, his presence has been nonexistent in this feud, he needs to get a piece of the action soon.

The main event was good in furthering the premise of the scramble match, although I didn't especially like the ending too much. It pointed in the direction that 'Taker'll be setting his sights on Punk, and I want him to battle it out with Jericho before that happens. Other than that, I liked the match, didn't see the point in having it be No Holds Barred, stipulations like that are usually givens in multi-man matches.

Really enjoyed this show, Nige my man. Was solid from top to bottom, the only that was a let-down here was the Divas Match. Shelton is looking really good, looking like a main-event star, and the top feuds here continue to be awesome. Looking forward to more on the way to GAB, and Vengeance as well. Keep it up, man. 8/10.

Sorry I can't get you feedback for Superstars, but I looked it over, and thought it was really solid stuff. Shane and Louisa were awesome again, as was Santino's role, and I also enjoyed Ziggler's promo. I have a bit of a slight with a Divas Match that includes McBitch is the main event, but overall, it was all good.
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Time for a swerve!


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>Breaking News: Jeff Hardy Suspended<

Raw superstar Jeff Hardy has been suspended for a total of 60 days for a second violation of the WWE Wellness Policy.


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Breaking News: Jeff Hardy Suspended For 60 Days!

As is being reported on WWE.com, Jeff Hardy has been suspended for a second strike under the company’s Wellness Policy less than 24 hours away from Vengeance where he was set to challenge Kane for the WWE Championship in the main event.

This is Jeff’s second violation, meaning he will be off the road for 60 days and that he is just one strike away from having his contract terminated altogether. The WWE were informed of the results at the end of the play yesterday and a meeting was arranged for this afternoon to discuss the next step of action. There was even talk about keeping the failed test quiet until after Vengeance so that Jeff could compete in the main event, but the decision was made to announce it this evening and give creative enough time to come up with a sufficient alternative.

As it stands, it leaves Vengeance without a main event or a championship match. We do however have unofficial confirmation from a backstage source that there will be a decision made regarding a new title match on the pay-per-view itself. We’ve not been advised as to who will take Jeff’s place as yet, but it’s likely they will keep it quiet until the show once a new plan is agreed.


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The first words I said when I read that

"Holey Moley!"

Well. I wonder whether you had that planned all along or not. I wonder who will take his place? Hopefully this should give someone new a time to shine.

Cant wait for Vengance. Hopefully you will give us a prediction table soon
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Really? Come on, man! Why do this to Jeff?

Oh well. I'm definitely interested in what you're going to do for Vengeance now. Hope it's good.
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