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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

Alim's Smackdown Review

Matt Hardy and MVP starting the show was a real surprise, because usually it's just some main eventer who usually starts it off, I like that. I enjoyed the talk between Hardy and MVP, it was like the ones they have on television, but I still love their promos and their feud all together. BDV and Matt Striker coming out was something else that I didn't expect. I'm a fan of these two, and Striker seemed in character throughout the promo. I find him underrated, so hopefully they can win this next match and some how get a title shot for the gold.

WOOO! BDV and Matt Striker win! I really hope these two get a shot at the tag titles in the near future, so we can finally see Matt Hardy vs. MVP for the US title. By the finish of this match, it looks that it will be coming up shortly.

The announcements by Stephanie were great to hear. No general manager for now, I can live with that. Kevin Thorn vs. Undertaker should be decent, probably a squash though. All superstars being able to compete on any brand was icing on the cake. Like I said when I replied to your news, this should spark up some new, fresh feuds between the two brands.

Mysterio doesn't cut a lot of promos, so I'm not really sure how he was character wise. This Finlay/Mysterio feud doesn't look to be finished, I hope to also get some answers sooner or later on why Finlay did this.

I love Cruiserweights, and I'm happy that you gave them some airtime. These teams do look very promising, I hope you keep them together, or maybe this is just a one time only thing. The finish was a little weak and confusing, but other then that, good match.

Another MVP/Hardy promo. The match between MVP/Hardy for the US title is pretty much down and confirmed now, after reading this, but the question is, when will they actually face each other?

Khali getting injured is pretty not bad. I'm a fan of Khali, but I guess sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. Masters facing Batista later on, it seems decent. I don't like how Masters just popped up and asked for a title shot, but I guess it's a booking decision you need to make for a future feud. Hopefully this won't be a squash.

WOW! Jimmy Wang Yang gets a pinfall win over Finlay!? That was a big surpise. I was expecting a Mysterio inteference for sure, but I thought the match would end in a DQ or something. I guess this sort of puts over Yang, and doesn't ruin Finlay's credibility either.

Kind of weird for Thorn to just attack Funaki like that, meh.

This wasn't really a squash, Thorn did get some offense in there. I didn't see Undertaker losing. I think this will turn out into some monster type of feud, which should be good.

Eh... I'm not a fan of Estrada to be honest. He kind of bores me, I liked him better when he was with Umaga. I wouldn't want him to be the GM. Steph saying she doesn't have the power is wrong, she does, she's the boss's daughter lol.

I guess Masters held his own against the champ. Not a squash, but definatly a kind of weak match. I find Masters boring, and I don't think he's World Champion material, so I was happy with this decision. Aftermath, an Edge video package?! Really, really good. Adds suspense, and I'll be waiting to see when Edge returns, because it should be good.

Overall, it was a good show. Not your best show, a couple of matches were squash like which I didn't like. Good luck with Cyber Sunday!

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RAW PREVIEW (15TH OCTOBER 2007)

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ORTON & VINCE SCREW THE GAME AGAIN
Mr. McMahon was not content with Triple H losing the WWE Championship at No Mercy as last week on Raw he put The Game into a No Disqualification match with the Samoan Bulldozer Umaga. With Randy Orton clearly not able to put The Game to the back of his head either, he stormed down to ringside and helped Umaga in what basically became a Handicap match to cost Triple H the match. The King of Kings must be livid, just what price will Mr. McMahon and the WWE Champion have to pay when Raw strolls into the United Kingdom?

FANS TO PICK WHO GETS A WWE TITLE SHOT
After ECW superstars joined Raw or Smackdown last week, the ECW Champion CM Punk found himself in a difficult situation. With his title reign up in the air, Mr. McMahon stripped him of the ECW Championship, but did announce that at Cyber Sunday, the fans will vote for who faces the WWE Champion Randy Orton for a shot at the gold. He also made CM Punk the first man eligible to be chosen by the fans, and he also promised that we would find out who the other two possible challengers would be this week on Raw. Just who will the Chairman of the Board choose?

JEFF VS KENNEDY IS ON FOR CYBER SUNDAY
After a difficult few weeks, Mr. Kennedy managed to get a pinfall victory over the Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy last week on Raw. Clearly not content with just the win as he went to Raw GM, he was granted his requested for a shot at Jeff’s title at Cyber Sunday. With the fans being able to choose what match they have, it promises to be an interesting week as the two men will meet head on in a tag match. Kennedy also had a run in with Mr. McMahon Jr, inadvertently knocking him over. One has to wonder if there will be any repercussions for the egotistical superstar.

CARLITO WELCOMES CODY TO THE CABANA
When it comes to losing, Carlito is not the best at handling defeat, and that proved the case last week when he was on the end of a shock defeat to Cody Rhodes. In typical Carlito fashion, he attacked Cody after the bell to prove what a bad loser he is. And we have learnt that this week on Raw, he has invited Cody to join him on Carlito’s Cabana, an offer which Cody has accepted. The two will also meet later on in a tag team match which sees Carlito team up with Mr. Kennedy to face Cody and Jeff Hardy. Sparks are sure to fly this week!

CHAMPS IN SHOCK LOSS
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch suffered a shock defeat last week, when along with The Highlanders, they were beaten by Paul London & Brian Kendrick’s tag team partners, Tommy Dreamer & Stevie Richards. It was Dreamer who picked up the pinfall on Cade just hours after he and Richards rejoined the brand from the closed ECW. This week, Lance Cade will try and put that defeat behind him as he goes one on one with Dreamer. Can the ECW legend gain another upset or prove that he and Richards are up to the challenge?

MICKIE TO FACE THE PHOENIX
Last Monday night, Mickie James won a Divas Battle Royal to become the number one contender to the new WWE Womens Champion’s title at Cyber Sunday. Watching at ringside, the new champion Beth Phoenix was shocked to see Victoria attack Mickie after she was eliminated by the new number one contender. This week we will see Mickie and Victoria go at it one on one to see if Mickie can get a boost before she continues her quest to regain the Womens Championship.

BURKE MAKES RAW DEBUT
The ever confident Elijah Burke was one of several ECW superstars moved over to Raw last week, and it didn’t take long for him to impose himself. In a confrontation with Val Venis and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, he managed to wind Duggan up the wrong way, who had to be held back by Venis. We have been told that Raw GM William Regal has made a match this week between Duggan and Burke. Will the cocky superstar be able to back up his words in the ring this week?

SANTINO UP TO HIS OLD TRICKS AGAIN
It has become obvious that Santino Marella has a fondness for Divas and after being knocked back by his “friend” Maria last week to share the night together, he tried it on with Torrie Wilson, who too rejected his advances quite harshly. Santino seemed to accept the knock back well until he then pushed Torrie into the wall, claiming it was an accident. Will the Italian be up to his old tricks again this week in the UK?

PLUS
Last Friday night on Smackdown, we learnt that until the end of the year, superstars are able to switch shows if they so wish in what Stephanie McMahon has called an “Open House Period”. With that news ringing in several superstars ears, will we see any superstars arrive or depart Raw? It sure will be interesting in Birmingham, England this Monday night!


CONFIRMED FOR RAW THIS WEEK

Jeff Hardy & Cody Rhodes vs Mr. Kennedy & Carlito

Mickie James vs Victoria

Tommy Dreamer vs Lance Cade

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Carlito’s Cabana with Cody Rhodes


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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

I haven't forgot about this, Nige. Expect a review for SmackDown tonight probably, and RAW's looking good too. Expect a review for RAW too when its up.

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RAW looks awesome, I am most excited about who the 2 remaining choices will be. (Plz Shane)! It doesn't look like being HHH at the moment as Vince doesn't want him to get the gold.

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***“Wanna Be Loved” plays around the arena***

***PYRO***
***PYRO***
***PYRO***


***“King of Kings” blasts out as Triple H walks out to an amazing ovation***


He gets in the ring and looks very serious as he lifts the microphone to his mouth and says that he's not out here to talk about how great it is to be in the United Kingdom, saying he's out here for two reasons, the WWE Champion Randy Orton and the man who's responsible for him not being the WWE Champion right now, Vince McMahon. With the fans booing loudly at the mention of their names, Triple H continues by saying that at No Mercy he became an eleven time champion, and didn't do just that, he retained it in the same night against a Samoan monster, but says that wasn't enough for Vince.

He says that Vince is out to screw him over at all costs and won't stop until he's got what he wants and that is having Triple H out of the picture. He then says he's got to focus on the one thing he wants and that is the WWE Championship, saying that he has to put Vince to the back of his mind and after Randy Orton screwed him last week, he's got The Legend Killer well and truly in his sights because he knows that the WWE Championship belongs around the waist of the King of Kings (Pop). He then says that after what happened last week on Raw and at No Mercy, it's just made him more determined to get his hands back on the gold that was stolen away from him.

He says that he can't make himself one of the options to get a title shot at Cyber Sunday, but if Orton's got any guts, he'd accept the challenge to let the fans vote for him to get the shot (Pop). He then calls Orton out and wants to see if the champ has the balls to back up the gold. He waits for several seconds before Orton appears on the tron, standing in the back and getting a lot of heat. HHH shakes his head as Orton says that he'd love to see the fans vote Triple H in at Cyber Sunday so that he can leave him laying on his back looking up at the stars like at No Mercy, but reminds Triple H that he's got the WWE Championship and not the power to make decisions.

He then says that whatever happens at Cyber Sunday, whether Triple H gets voted in or not, there's only one person who will be leaving the WWE Champion, and that is The Legend Killer (Heat). Trips then says Orton has created history by becoming WWE Champion, in fact he is the first WWE Champion to have no balls, and that if he doesn't want to face him at Cyber Sunday, he can do it tonight. (Pop) Orton smirks and says that Triple H is in no position to make demands because when it comes down to it, he's a nobody, a no one when William Regal walks out to the entrance ramp and says that by the orders of Mr. McMahon, Triple H will face Randy Orton right here tonight, Randy Orton and Umaga in a handicap match. Regal's music hits as Trips looks pissed off in the ring and Orton smiles on the tron.



COMMERCIAL BREAK


MATCH 1
Tommy Dreamer w/Stevie Richards vs Lance Cade w/Trevor Murdoch

SUMMARY:
In what was a very competitive match, Dreamer used his spirit to pull himself up from Cade's hard, stiff attacks. Cade thought he had it won and went to finish off Dreamer, waiting for him to get to his feet, but Dreamer stunned him as Cade then pulled him up by firing at him with rights and hitting a spike DDT out of nowhere. Murdoch got on the apron, but Richards quickly ran round and pulled him down as the ref counted the win for Dreamer.

AFTERMATH: Richards slides in the ring and joins the ref in raising Dreamer's hand as Murdoch sits up on the outside, looking on in shock


COMMERCIAL BREAK


*** “Cool” hits & Carlito walks down to the ring, set up for Carlito's Cabana***

***HEAT***


Carlito says that he needs to clear things up because he's had some dumb English kids being disrespectful to him all day, saying that he was signing autographs for all his fans when two kids laughed at him and said he lost to Cody Rhodes last week (Pop). He says that Cody cheated to win and that he could never lose to Cody with one arm tied behind his back and that when they meet later on tonight, he will show everyone that Cody got lucky before then calling Cody a tribute act to his over weight and over rated father (Heat). He says the one thing he hates most about Cody is that. . . He's cut off by Cody walking out to the ring and a good pop.

Cody walks right into the ring and picks up a mic off a stool and says that no one disrespects his father, no one. Carlito says that it's a disgrace that people think Dusty Rhodes was greater than his father, the great Carlos Colon. He says that his father has done more for wrestling than eat cheese burgers and dance around like an idiot (Heat). Cody gets right in Carlito's face and tells him that his dad has done more than that and when he said that no one disrespects him, he means it and warns Carlito to be very careful. Carlito then pushes him and asks him what he's going to do about it and Cody then punches Carlito down to the mat. Carlito gets up and the two brawl until security run down and get between them.


***CUT BACKSTAGE***

John Morrison is walking through the hall and he sees Mr. McMahon and walks quickly towards him, with both getting heat in the arena. He approaches and Vince and calls him Mr. McMahon. He tells Vince that he thinks Cyber Sunday is such a great idea and that's why Vince is a self made billionaire. Vince says that Cyber Sunday is one of the best ideas he's ever had and that it's going to be a big success again this year. Morrison then says it sure will be, but he just wishes he could be one of the options to face Randy Orton since he never got a rematch for the ECW Championship.

Vince looks at Morrison for a second and says that he thinks Morrison certainly made a better champion than CM Punk and that he thinks he does deserve that chance to get a title shot after what happened to ECW and that he will allow John Morrison to be one of the three men to have a chance at the WWE Championship at Cyber Sunday (Heat). Morrison thanks Vince and tells him he won't regret it, then Vince says he has a great idea for tonight. He says that he's made a handicap match tonight with Triple H facing Randy Orton and Umaga, then says that his idea is to have CM Punk team up with Triple H and then that Morrison will join Orton and Umaga. Morrison says he loves it and thanks Vince again before walking off with a big smile on his face.



COMMERCIAL BREAK


***VIDEO PROMO***
A recap of last week is shown when Elijah Burke walked through the back and insulted Val Venis & Jim Duggan, with Val holding Duggan back from Burke.


MATCH 2
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan vs Elijah Burke

SUMMARY:
In a short match, Duggan went after Burke early, but Burke's speed and athleticism saw him counter most Duggan assaults. Duggan got Burke into the corner and was hammering away with hard right hands when the ref pulled him back for open hands. Burke then stepped out of the corner and pushed Duggan lightly into the ref, whose back was then turned as Burke took advantage with a low blow before then hitting the Elijah Experience for the win.

AFTERMATH: Burke gets his hand raised and celebrates with a very cocky look on his face


***CUT BACKSTAGE***

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walks into his office and his face turns to horror as the camera pans to Triple H sitting down on the sofa, getting a massive pop from inside the arena. The camera goes back to Vince, who looks petrified. After a couple of seconds pause, he turns round to go to the door, but is stopped by Trips who slams the door shut (Pop). Vince slowly turns round, still looking scared senseless as Trips gets right in the face of Vince. He tells Vince that he's not here to play games, and that he just wants what he deserves, and that is his rematch he is owed for the WWE Championship. Vince still looking worried says that he won't allow it, which makes Trips even angrier.

He grabs hold of Vince's suit, picks him up, turns him round and pushes him onto the sofa (Pop). He then gets right back in his face and tells Vince not to be stupid because he knows what he's capable of doing to him if he doesn't give him what he wants. Vince remains silent as Trips yells at him to give him what he wants or he'll make him suffer and do something he might just regret. Vince says he won't do it, but Trips then pulls him up to his feet and is about to punch him when Vince gives in and reluctantly says that he'll give him what he wants for Cyber Sunday (Pop). Trips then calms down and lets Vince go, then slowly walks out of the room with Vince looking very angry.


***CUT ACROSS THE BACK***

We see Todd Grisham at the interview set where he introduces CM Punk as his guest, which gets a big pop. First he asks Punk how it feels to be on Raw. Punk says that his entire career he's worked to being on the biggest stage and now he's on Monday Night Raw, describing it as a dream come true. Then he asks Punk how he feels about being one of the three men who could possibly face Randy Orton for the WWE Championship at Cyber Sunday. Punk says that just having the chance to get a title shot is incredible, but to get so close and not to feel it would be very difficult to cope with.

He says that ever since he came to the WWE, the fans have been great to him and that they know if they pick him, he'll go out there against Randy Orton and put on the performance of a lifetime (Pop). Grisham then asks him about his match later on tonight and how John Morrison wormed in on a chance at the WWE Championship for Cyber Sunday. Punk just smirks and says that whatever happens in life, you can rely on Morrison to kiss ass to get what he wants, where he just goes out and gets it. He then says that tonight is his first match on Raw and he's going to show everyone that he's more than capable of being on Raw and getting a shot at becoming the WWE Champion at Cyber Sunday. Punk walks out of the shot to a good pop.



COMMERCIAL BREAK


MATCH 3
Jeff Hardy & Cody Rhodes vs Mr. Kennedy & Carlito

SUMMARY:
Jeff spent the most part of the match as the legal man for his team. For the later part of the match, he was in there with Kennedy who was working on Jeff's legs. Kennedy was in complete control and after a running neckbreaker, he went to the top rope after knocking Cody off the apron with a forearm. Kennedy then leaped off the top, but Jeff rolled out of the way. With the crowd cheering for Jeff, he slowly got to his corner as Cody got back on the apron and made the tag, with Carlito too getting a tag, they slug it out. After some close calls, Cody manages to dodge a Back Stabber by holding on to the top rope. He then runs at Carlito as he gets up, but Carlito ducks and Cody runs through into the ropes and a kick to the back from Kennedy. Jeff then runs over and he and Kennedy brawl to the outside as Carlito rolls Cody up, holding onto the tights and the ropes for the victory.


***VIDEO PROMO***
A short highlight reel of The British Bulldog is shown and then it shows him with his son Harry backstage from around ten years ago. It then cuts to clips of Harry Smith training in a gym and some location shots and then fades to a “Harry Smith Coming Soon” text overlay.


***CUT BACKSTAGE***

A big pop is heard coming from the arena after the video promo just before as Maria is in her dressing room when Torrie Wilson walks in (Pop). They seem happy to see each other but Torrie then tells Maria she needs to talk to her about Santino. Maria seems a little surprised as Torrie then tells her what happened last week about Santino trying it on with her and then pushing her to the floor. Maria says she doesn't know what Torrie is talking about and that Santino isn't like that. Santino then walks in and Maria asks him if what Torrie said was true.

He says that she is lying and that she is jealous of Maria and how beautiful she is. Maria looks sad and asks her if it's true. Torrie denies it and tells Maria she would never lie to her, and Santino then says that she should apologise to Maria before he tells her to leave as she tells Maria to be careful. As Torrie leaves, Santino hugs Maria and says that she shouldn't listen to other people and that she has him. They hug as we go to commercial.



COMMERCIAL BREAK


***VIDEO PROMO***
A recap of the Battle Royal last week where Mickie James became the Number One Contender for the Womens Championship and was then attacked by Victoria after the match.


MATCH 4
Mickie James vs Victoria

SUMMARY:
A very close match up with Victoria looking very dangerous, but Mickie keeps fighting back. Mickie manages to escape Victoria's clutches as the match came to an end and connects with a neckbreaker, but Victoria was able to kick out. Mickie then went for a Mick Kick as Victoria got to her feet, but Victoria ducked it and kicked her in the gut, then tried to get Mickie up for the Widows Peak. Mickie managed to slip down and went for an Implant DDT and nailed it. As she was about to go for the cover, Beth Phoenix left her position at the announce table, and as Mickie hooked Victoria's leg, Phoenix slid in the ring and stomped across the back of Mickie, causing the ref to disqualify Victoria.

AFTERMATH: Beth continues the assault on Mickie until she smashes her in the face with her title belt. As she leaves the ring, Victoria gets to her feet and looks shocked and angry towards Phoenix


***CUT BACKSTAGE***

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Kennedy says he hasn’t got a problem with that, and says whatever match the internet geeks pick, he’s leaving Cyber Sunday the Intercontinental Champion (Heat). Regal then says that Mr. McMahon ordered him to tell Kennedy the matches that the fans can vote for, and tells him that the options are, a No Disqualification match which Kennedy seems to be fine with, a Ladder match (Pop) which again Kennedy is fine with and then Regal says the last choice is a First Blood match (Pop). Kennedy stares Regal in the face for a few seconds with a serious look on his face before nodding sadistically, turns round and walks out of the room. As he walks out, Hornswoggle walks in with Coach and Kennedy looks down at the little guy for around five seconds with Hornswoggle looking quite worried. Kennedy shakes his head and then walks away as Coach asks Regal what that was all about, and Regal says he doesn’t know with Hornswoggle looking confused as we go to commercial.



COMMERCIAL BREAK


***All the superstars are in the ring for the main event***

***“No Chance in Hell” hits & Vince McMahon walks out to the entrance with a microphone in hand***

***HEAT***


Vince tells CM Punk that he is no longer required for this match and tells him to leave to the back. Punk is reluctant and looks at Triple H as Vince then tells Punk if he doesn't leave, he will take him out of the equation for Cyber Sunday (Major Heat). After a long think, Punk apologises to Triple H and leaves for the back. Vince, getting a lot of heat, tells Triple H that he would take away his place too, but says that once Randy Orton, Umaga and John Morrison are done with him tonight, he won't be able to go to Cyber Sunday anyway. Trips looks up at him with a very angry look on his face.


MATCH 5
3 on 1 HANDICAP MATCH
Triple H vs Randy Orton, Umaga & John Morrison

SUMMARY:
Triple H has been destroyed for the majority of the match with his opponents jumping in whenever he got on top. As the match was coming to an end, Orton was the legal man and after he reversed a whip into a side inverted back breaker, he stalked HHH for an RKO. As Trips got to his feet, Orton leaped up for an RKO, but Trips managed to push him away and then kicked him in the gut for a Pedigree. Before he could hit the finisher, Umaga came in and distracted him, forcing him to let go of Orton. Umaga ran at Trips, but HHH ducked a clothesline as Umaga ran through into the ropes and Trips then ran over and clotheslined him over the top to the outside. Morrison then ran in and was back body dropped to the outside, but as Trips turned round, he walked right into an RKO from Orton who then covered him for the win.

AFTERMATH: Orton gets his arm raised and stares down intensely at Trips as Vince looks on with a sick smile on his face from the outside. Orton is then passed his WWE Championship and holds it aloft of Triple H


END OF SHOW


QUICK RESULTS
Tommy Dreamer df. Lance Cade
Elijah Burke df. Jim Duggan
Mr. Kennedy & Carlito df. Jeff Hardy & Cody Rhodes
Mickie James df. Victoria
Randy Orton, Umaga & John Morrison df. Triple H

DARK MATCH
Harry Smith & Paul Burchill df. Dave Taylor & Drew McIntyre


HEAT RESULTS
Santino Marella df. Balls Mahoney
Hardcore Holly df. Val Venis
Paul London & Brian Kendrick df. The Worlds Greatest Tag Team



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CYBER SUNDAY PICKING UP PACE

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Following Raw last night, the card for Cyber Sunday has been updated with match stipulations and two more contenders for the WWE Championship match being named. Triple H & John Morrison were added to join CM Punk in having the chance to be voted in by you, the fans to face Randy Orton in under two weeks time.

Mr. Kennedy was told of his match options for when he takes on Jeff Hardy for the Intercontinental Championship, with the options being a Ladder Match, No Disqualification match and a First Blood match. After Raw went off the air, it was confirmed that when Mickie James challenges Beth Phoenix for the Womens Championship, it will either be a straight up wrestling match, a Paddle on a Pole match or a Bra & Panties match.

Voting is now open, see below for how to vote so you can have a say in what you see at Cyber Sunday!
WWE CHAMPIONSHIP
Randy Orton (c) vs The Fans' Choice
A. CM Punk B. John Morrison C. Triple H

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Jeff Hardy (c) vs Mr. Kennedy
Fans Pick the Match Stipulation
A. No Disqualifications B. Ladder C. First Blood


WWE WOMENS CHAMPIONSHIP
Mickie James vs Beth Phoenix (c)
Fans Pick the Match Stipulation
A. Wrestling Match B. Bra & Panties C. Paddle on a Pole


NOTE TO ALL READERS: VOTING IS NOW OPEN - You will be able to vote on what you want to see at Cyber Sunday. All voting will be via PM and if you wish to vote more than once like i've already been asked, you can do, but nothing too extreme please! A limit of 5 votes each person will suffice.
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nice raw Nige, I will deffinitely review later, I got school now but for sure will review later, nice job man!

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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

Sprion’s Raw Review.

Alright, the opening promo was pretty good. It’s always hard to do promo’s in recapped form, but you did a pretty good job of it. Triple H and Orton were in good, and it was VERY realistic promo, it almost felt like I was reading this out of some site like Gerweck or something. Okay, I know you probably wrote the show before Monday, but it’s going to be a pretty boring main event seeing as it just happened in real life on Monday….shit happens though, and I’m sure it wasn’t intentional.

Wow, nice booking. I like to see Dreamer win, and it’s good to see him being used. Lance Cade was a good opponent for him, he’s over, but losing really doesn’t effect him. It was a good match, with a nice ending.

I’m not really up for seeing Cody Rhodes and a Carlito feud. It seems a bit bland to be, to be honest. The Cabana was good, and it’s structure was perfect as well. Decent promo, if not a bit boring.

Hmm, I like Morrison being thrown in there, but doubt he will be the one to face Orton at Cyber Sunday. I’m positive it will be Hunter. You just fixed the main event problem, and by just tweaking it a bit, you’ve livened up the whole show. Well done.

Squash match, if anything. Nice to see Burke on Raw, and a credible win for him. I can see a push coming. Anyone who squashes always gets some form of push.

Very nice tag match, and good use of superstars………no matter how familiar it may be. (Jeff and Kennedy both faced each other in a tag match on Raw this Monday. Dude, what‘s wrong with you? Are you, like, Vince in disguise?) You really need to differ you’re product from the WWE bro.

Not a fan of women wrestling, in BTB, of course. So, whether it was a good match or bad, I don’t know, because honestly, I would be lying if I said I read it……..okay dude, seriously. A Beth Phoenix attack during a woman’s match….where have I seen this before? Oh yeah. Raw on Monday. Dude, I know its probably not you’re fault, but you have to see where I’m coming from.

Once again, the main event is changed. I like it, though not as much as when Punk was in it. Good to see him as a candidate for Cyber Sunday. Doubt he’ll win the vote though. Wow, was almost half expecting Hunter to win. Good booking, I have to say. Wasn’t expecting the RKO.

Okay dude, as harsh as it may sound, I’m only being honest with you. You’re BTB is too much like the current WWE product. You need to change storylines around, or you will begin to lose readers, and lose them fast. Too many things happened in this show, that also happened on Raw in real life. The thing that really bothers me, is that you’re a really talented writer, it’s just you’re booking skills are, well, it would be unfair to say bad, but it’s almost TOO realistic. You’re match writing and promo writing are excellent though, so thumbs up for that bro. Keep it up.
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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

Thanks for the review man. Yeah Raw was written about ten days ago so when i saw Raw the other night it did kind of piss me off a bit to say the least. The one thing i would say is that it's only my second show for Raw and i can't change things completely after No Mercy, i am trying to create new storylines, like Carlito/Cody, ECW Guys/Cade & Murdoch, Punk, Burke & Morrison joining Raw. The Kennedy/Jeff storyline and Beth Phoenix were unfortunate, especially the Beth one as Candice got injured last week IRL, she would still be feuding with her, whereas it's Mickie here

I appreciate the comments and your honesty, but if you read Smackdown this week, you will see a difference for sure because things are about to pick up for sure
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Re: WWE: A Strong Response

Bradley's RAW Review:

I liked the opening promo, it could have been longer but I guess it was recap. This does kind of make HHH look like too big of a contender against Orton but the interaction was there and it was definitely in character. The only thing I didn't like was Regal doing basically nothing. It's in the UK; get him something to do! The main event should be interesting even though it was on RAW.

Nice to see Tommy Dreamer get a win. Having him and Richards win the tag titles would make the tag division a LOT better in my eyes so it needs to happen.

A nice Cabana from Carlito but Carlito is meant to invite the guest out first. It would have made a lot more impact in my eyes. I like the fact it is getting personal and I know you are high on both of these guys so we should see them get good air time in their imminent Cyber Sunday match. Carlos and Dusty should also be involved.

Nice to see Morrison be a lot more sneaky but he sounded too much like Nitro and not Morrison. He didn't sound in character and could have used metaphors etc but the structure was there and I could clearly see what was going on.

Burke gets a win, he needs to go for the I.C title at some point in the future, he needs to be built up big time.

I like the intimidation aspect by HHH, probably something he would do more as a heel but w/e. Vince giving in to his demands and then looking angry is weird. He is the boss, he could have fired him.

A decent tag match here. Shame Cody wasn't involved but it doesn't matter. Hardy actually performed really well and I guess the win was academic for Carlito as any of the other guys being pinned would hurt them a lot.

Harry Smith returns? Aw3s0m3nesz!

A weird Santino promo, this better get to something good, Torrie needs a bodyguard, maybe (*HARRY SMITH*)and we see Smith vs. Santino at Cyber Sunday.

A nice women's match but the pace of the match was too fast for a women's match. It didn't seem to flow all that well but the story behind it was good. You will have a talented women's division in the next few months.

Interesting Kennedy promo, not so brash and cocky but I guess it was just to hype up the Cyber Sunday match, which could be match of the night. (Unless we get PUNK VS. ORTON!!) Vote for him god damnit!

Punk doesn't compete again, that sucks. Maybe Punk/Vince rivalry in the future, it would certainly be new.

Well at least HHH got some offense in but this match should never have happened. At least let Punk intefere! I wasn't a big fan of this match at all but at least it had suspense and HHH could have won and the RKO DID come out of nowhere so I guess I can let you off!

Overall, I liked this show, don't get me wrong, I just felt that you set the benchmark too high in your first RAW. It was outstanding, this was just good. I hope you see where I am coming from and I am not trying to criticise you.
8/10

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