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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

I'm not going to come in here and lie and say I've been reading, because I haven't. I have mad respect for how long you've stuck with this one for, and I can't see more of a better time for me to get back into this then on the Road to WrestleMania.

My niceness has nothing to do with you finally following a decent sport (AFL) either.

Anyway mate, NWO looked to be a pretty solid show, although again, I don't really know what the fuck is going on. Not sure what the build has been like but HBK/HHH at Mania does absolutely nothing for me, just because of how often we've seen this match, whether it be IRL or in BTB. Either way though, any match can be good given the right build, so I'm waiting to see how you go about things to make it different.

Good luck on the road to Mania, I'll be keeping a sneaky eye on this one mate.

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Punk/HHH and Cena/Taker at WM?! Yep, I am already hooked and don't even care about the rest of the card. The early build up for both of these matches have been great, a real solid foundation to build on after No Way Out.

Boo at DiBiase losing to Sydal. I've always been a huge fan of DiBiase's and I wished more people would push him in their BTB's. Either way, the match itself was really well written and I look forward to seeing where both men go from here.

All and all it was a good pay per view and as I stated before, the Road to WM has already been paved with a good foundation of potential matches. Great job.



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>Breaking News!<

>Cena Wakes The Dead!<



John Cena started the night trying to apologise to The Undertaker for accidentally hitting him with a steel chair on Smackdown two nights ago, but No Way Out just ended with Cena surely gunning for The Dead-Man after he cost Cena the chance to become the new World Heavyweight Champion.

Taker wasn't given a chance to accept Cena's apology for what happened on Smackdown when Shawn Michaels emerged from the back to take charge of the opening contest of the night in which the phenom was part of. With the winner guaranteed a shot at Michaels' WWE title at Wrestlemania, it came down Taker & Triple H, and not for the first time, The Game resorted to underhand tactics to give him the best chance of victory. After grabbing his sledgehammer, Triple H was all set to smash Taker's face in, but Cena re-emerged from the back to try & stop that from happening. The assumption from Jim Ross was that he was looking to make it up to The Undertaker for the previous accidents. Unfortunately it backfired, and after wrestling the sledgehammer away from Triple H, he again inadvertently hit The Undertaker, costing him the chance to challenge for the WWE title at Wrestlemania.

What happened just now in our main event came as a massive shock, as it looked as if Cena was going to defeat CM Punk for the World Heavyweight Championship in their Steel Cage match. The Undertaker though had different ideas, and when the door was open for Cena to walk through for victory, the lights went out & Taker then entered the cage for retribution. He chokeslammed Cena and then drilled his head into the canvas with the Tombstone, leaving Punk to capitalise and retain his world title, which is bound to infuriate Mr. McMahon as well as Cena.

It's difficult to predict just what will happen after the shocking events of tonight. The Road to Wrestlemania looks like being a very wild one if No Way Out tonight is anything to go by.


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I see it being Cena/Taker at WrestleMania 25 at Wembley Stadium, especially now because the seeds have been set, like it is so obvious that that is where it's heading but at the same time Cena is perhaps Taker's biggest threat when it comes to Taker's streak, because will the streak go to 17-0 or will Cena make it 16-1?
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Re: WWE: A Strong Response


Monday Night Raw – Preview!
Monday 9th Febuary 2009
Live from the Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, Nevada





The superstars from Raw remain tonight in Las Vegas after last night's controversial No Way Out pay-per-view, and we will come to you live this evening from the Thomas & Mack Center as the wild Road to Wrestlemania continues.

John Cena started the night trying to apologise to The Undertaker for accidentally hitting him with a steel chair on Smackdown two nights ago, but No Way Out ended with Cena surely gunning for The Dead-Man after he cost Cena the chance to become the new World Heavyweight Champion. Taker wasn't given a chance to accept Cena's apology for what happened on Smackdown when Shawn Michaels emerged from the back to take charge of the opening contest of the night in which the phenom was part of. With the winner guaranteed a shot at Michaels' WWE title at Wrestlemania, it came down Taker & Triple H, and not for the first time, The Game resorted to underhand tactics to give him the best chance of victory. After grabbing his sledgehammer, Triple H was all set to smash Taker's face in, but Cena re-emerged from the back to try & stop that from happening.

The assumption from Jim Ross was that he was looking to make it up to The Undertaker for the previous accidents. Unfortunately it backfired, and after wrestling the sledgehammer away from Triple H, he again inadvertently hit The Undertaker, costing him the chance to challenge for the WWE title at Wrestlemania. What happened in the main event came as a massive shock as it looked as if Cena was going to defeat CM Punk for the World Heavyweight Championship in their Steel Cage match. The Undertaker though had different ideas, and when the door was open for Cena to walk through for victory, the lights went out & Taker then entered the cage for retribution. He chokeslammed Cena and then drilled his head into the canvas with the Tombstone, leaving Punk to capitalise and retain his world title, which is bound to infuriate Mr. McMahon as well as Cena.

What can we expect from The Undertaker tonight knowing he won't have to deal with Smackdown's Cena getting in his way again?



The man who will be going to Wrestlemania to challenge Shawn Michaels for the WWE Championship will have another almighty battle on his hands tonight when he competes in a match made by Eric Bischoff last night. The Game & Randy Orton still have unfinished business, and after their match two weeks ago ended in a no contest, Bischoff has put them in a Steel Cage match where they will be able to fight to a finish. Will the number one contender come out on top or will The Viper get his revenge at the expense of The King of Kings, and will we get a reaction from the WWE Champion in regard to his Wrestlemania opponent?

Someone else who caused a stir last night was the Women's Champion, Queen Kong when she inexplicably interfered in the Diva's Championship match between Smackdown's Beth Phoenix & O.D.B. Raw's unstoppable behemoth laid out both of them to the absolute bewilderment of everyone in the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Will there be any sort of explanation as to her actions last night?

The Intercontinental Champion, Sheamus was also in for a shock last night after he overcame an incredibly valiant effort from Mystico to retain his title. One half of the former World Tag Team Champions was out for payback against the man who cost him & Rey Mysterio the titles three weeks ago on Raw when he attacked Rey for the second night in a row after Mysterio eliminated him in the Royal Rumble the night before. The Celtic Warrior seemingly wasn't happy with just beating Mystico and after the bell he went about looking to take out his frustration stemming from the Rumble on him instead of Rey, but the Irishman was in for a shock. Mysterio burst down to the ring for the first time since being attacked by Sheamus three weeks ago to help out his friend & tag team partner. Sheamus didn't look at all happy to see the return of Rey who is expected to return to Raw tonight. Is angering the Intercontinental Champion a good idea after what happened to him three weeks back? We'll see later on tonight!

The rivalry between the two brothers, Kofi Kingston & Jay Lethal shows no sign of dying down either. They met again last week after Jay's surprise victory at the Royal Rumble, and it looked like Kofi was about to pin his brother to settle the score after hitting the Trouble In Paradise. That however didn't happen when Lethal intelligently or cowardly, whichever way you look at it, got himself counted out. Kofi wasn't at all happy and they continued the fight backstage, mostly verbally before they were pulled apart. Kofi will be in action again this week when he meets another individual he's had a heated rivalry with in the shape of Cody Rhodes. Kofi came out on top last year when they met. Will it be the same again when the angry Jamaican Sensation goes head-to-head with the arrogant second generation superstar?

The first spot in this year's Money in the Bank was decided last week, going to The Big Show. The World's Largest Athlete is going to be a large obstacle to overcome to say the least. With seven weeks until Wrestlemania, will any more spots in this hugely rewarding match be decided tonight?

Whatever you do you simply can't afford to miss what is sure to be an explosive show as we continue on what is already a rocky Road to Wrestlemania!


>Confirmed for Raw This Week!<

Steel Cage Match
Randy Orton
vs. Triple H

Plus
Kofi Kingston
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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

I don't have much to say yet since I've talked to you a bit through PM and left some comments for No Way Out, but I will just say that I am curious to see how you book the steel cage match for Raw. You won't want Triple H looking weak heading into Wrestlemania, but on the other hand, it feels like Randy Orton has lost quite a bit of steam in this thread lately. On a side note it'll be interesting to see what you have in store for Orton since we've now pretty much got Cena/Taker and HHH/HBK set for Wrestlemania.

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But personally Triple H vs Shawn Michaels, this feud is highly predictable and we have seen it before as wrestling fans and each and every time they have feuded it has always been Triple H who has gone over in their feud, like have Shawn Michaels go over in this feud at least once instead of making it predictable in having Triple H go over yet again because at this point I don't think I can honestly sit through yet another Triple H title reign

But I am more, more interested in what is in store for my man Randy Orton, since I am a Randy Orton mark, because he is losing steam quite quickly as a face and I feel he has more to offer now that he has turned face but personally I love Orton as a heel better but as a face, he is more entertaining really
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Looks like there's a lot of love for the Trips/HBK Mania match?! I understand the concerns and even though most feuds are recycled and this is one that's not happened all that often IRL in comparison to others, let alone for the title or on the biggest stage, there will be a few big surprises along the way. I don't think this will be that predictable at all.

As for Orton, wait & see.




>Breaking News!<

>Cena To Open Raw!<



WWE.com has just learnt that Smackdown's John Cena is still in Las Vegas and will be heading to Raw tonight at the Thomas & Mack Center and will open the show, presumably to address the events at No Way Out last night between him & The Undertaker.

Cena tried to apologise for inadvertently hitting the phenom with a steel chair on Smackdown Friday night before Taker's match to determine who would meet Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania for the WWE title. However he was unable to do so and seemingly looked to help Taker out when it Triple H was about to hit The Dead-Man with a sledgehammer. Cena hit the scene but again accidentally hit him again, costing him a shot at the WWE title.

The Undertaker returned the favour and was responsible for Cena losing to CM Punk in their world title match inside a steel cage. The lights went out when Cena was all set to escape it as the new World Champion. They came back on and The Undertaker entered for retribution, allowing Punk to retain the title in what was bound to infuriate Cena. It appears that Cena has something he wants to get off his chest tonight. Make sure you tune into Raw to find out what it is he has to say.


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Looks like there's a lot of love for the Trips/HBK Mania match?! I understand the concerns and even though most feuds are recycled and this is one that's not happened all that often IRL in comparison to others, let alone for the title or on the biggest stage, there will be a few big surprises along the way. I don't think this will be that predictable at all.

As for Orton, wait & see.




>Breaking News!<

>Cena To Open Raw!<



WWE.com has just learnt that Smackdown's John Cena is still in Las Vegas and will be heading to Raw tonight at the Thomas & Mack Center and will open the show, presumably to address the events at No Way Out last night between him & The Undertaker.

Cena tried to apologise for inadvertently hitting the phenom with a steel chair on Smackdown Friday night before Taker's match to determine who would meet Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania for the WWE title. However he was unable to do so and seemingly looked to help Taker out when it Triple H was about to hit The Dead-Man with a sledgehammer. Cena hit the scene but again accidentally hit him again, costing him a shot at the WWE title.

The Undertaker returned the favour and was responsible for Cena losing to CM Punk in their world title match inside a steel cage. The lights went out when Cena was all set to escape it as the new World Champion. They came back on and The Undertaker entered for retribution, allowing Punk to retain the title in what was bound to infuriate Cena. It appears that Cena has something he wants to get off his chest tonight. Make sure you tune into Raw to find out what it is he has to say.



Yes Triple H and Shawn Michaels' rivalry has happened a lot especially with the World Heavyweight Championship on the line but never on the grandest stage of them all, but yes they have feuded a lot and yes this feud is being recycled because think about this honestly whenever these 2 would always be in the ring together, Triple H would always win always, especially when the feud was said and done and I know I am speaking for myself as well as others who may agree with my opinion and this is my opinion that no one wants to sit through yet another Triple H title reign because it is so predictable but I will give it a chance
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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

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Yes Triple H and Shawn Michaels' rivalry has happened a lot especially with the World Heavyweight Championship on the line but never on the grandest stage of them all, but yes they have feuded a lot and yes this feud is being recycled because think about this honestly whenever these 2 would always be in the ring together, Triple H would always win always, especially when the feud was said and done and I know I am speaking for myself as well as others who may agree with my opinion and this is my opinion that no one wants to sit through yet another Triple H title reign because it is so predictable but I will give it a chance
They've barely feuded with for the world title IRL, for up to a couple of months max at any one time. When you look at other feuds, these two haven't met anywhere near as much, and over a much longer period of time too.

I'm not going to give away the ending to a Wrestlemania main event storyline before it's barely started, but what makes you even think Triple H is winning the title at Mania anyway? You're basing it off experience without anything even really starting. I've had one conversation with someone who doesn't believe that Triple H would've lost the title at the Rumble to win it back at Mania. This logic at the moment would suggest he wouldn't be. Obviously I can't say whether he will or won't but at least give it a chance to develop. My mind might change as it often does as storylines progress. You never know, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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