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Old 11-02-2008, 02:08 AM   #851 (permalink)
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hey mate just wanted to say how excited i get these days when i come on and see a new post on your thread because i know that Wrestlemania is close so stop teasing and just hurry up already

Anyway nice how you wrote out the hall of fame just letting everyone know what happened on the night and not going overboard with detail. I quite enjoyed reading it so well done mate
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WRESTLEMANIA XXIV – The Preview

Sunday March 30th 2008
The Citrus Bowl
Orlando, Florida



WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)




Going in to this huge championship match, two questions need answering; can Kane be stopped, and is it Orton’s destiny to remain the WWE Champion? Having returned with his mask at the Royal Rumble back in January, The Big Red Machine has looked unstoppable and remained undefeated ever since eliminating his brother, The Undertaker to book this championship match. But this match isn’t all about Kane, as he has to overcome the challenge of John Cena and the WWE Champion, Randy Orton.

Orton has been on a high since winning the title at No Mercy last year after putting Cena on the shelf, forcing Cena to relinquish his title due to the injury sustained at the hands of The Legend Killer. And it was one big New Year’s shock for Orton when Cena returned to get the title match he craved. The match was on, and at the Rumble, Orton was victorious in what was one hell of a TLC match. However, to Orton’s frustration, Cena claimed the only thing the match proved was that the champion was better at climbing ladders, making it perfectly clear that they weren’t through.

What they didn’t bank on was Kane gate crashing their fight over the title when The Big Red Monster jumped ship from Smackdown to challenge for the WWE Championship instead of Shawn Michaels’ World Heavyweight Championship. He didn’t waste any time in demonstrating how much of a threat he is by showing Cena & Orton what he is capable of first hand. Orton knew he had a problem and deliberately went about setting Cena up for a fall, a plan that nearly worked. After being placed in a eight man tag team match which would see the WWE Champion team up with The McMahon’s to take on Evolution & Cena, Orton attacked Kane’s father, Paul Bearer backstage and left evidence to suggest that Cena was behind it to infuriate Kane. It went to plan at first as Kane went after Cena, chokeslamming him off the stage and through some tables below.

However, Eric Bischoff was wise to it and saw through Orton’s scheme, turning the tables on the WWE Champion by changing the scheduled match to a handicap match that saw Orton & Vince McMahon lose to Evolution. The following week saw Bischoff really put Orton on the back foot by making the match everyone had been dying to see since the Rumble, as Orton was forced in to a match with Kane. To the champion’s credit, he put up a fight before he eventually gave in to temptation and got himself disqualified. He then suckered Kane to the outside in order to pummel him several times with a steel chair. Satisfied that he had given Kane quite a beating, Orton’s smile was quickly wiped off his face as Kane sat up, leaving Orton shocked and curious in order to what it would take to keep the monster down.

He didn’t have to wait long to find out as Cena returned a week later and made a bee line for Orton. The champ’s security team didn’t faze him as he charged right at them, and soon had help from Kane, who was dying to get revenge on The Legend Killer. Between them, the challengers took out Orton and the security team before fighting each other, and it was Cena who came out on top, sending Kane through the announce table with an F U. Orton was able to see all this as he recovered from an F U himself, was he staring at his own fate?

Has Orton finally met his match in the shape of Cena & Kane? Will Cena be able to carry his momentum through, or will Kane fight back and take the WWE Championship away from the man who calls it his destiny to retain the gold on the biggest stage of them all?



World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge




If it wasn’t for Kane’s decision to leave Smackdown and join Raw, The Rated R Superstar wouldn’t be in the luxurious position of being one match away from regaining the World Heavyweight Championship he had to forfeit last year, which was ironically down to Kane. It’s a funny old world! To Edge’s credit, he was able to overcome five other Smackdown superstars to earn this opportunity he has craved after a couple of unsuccessful attempts to retain the title he calls his own.

However, on his quest to extend his own unbeaten streak at Wrestlemania, Edge must go up against the man who owns the stage and title of Mr. Wrestlemania, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels. For the first time in ten years, HBK will walk in to Wrestlemania with gold strapped around his waist, but will it remain there when it’s all said and done? Funnily enough, it was Edge’s error that led to Shawn winning the title back at Saturday Night’s Main Event in December after accidentally hitting Batista instead of Michaels.

This led to Michaels defending his newly won title against Edge in Canada of all places, only for Batista to get his own back on Edge and costing him the title by getting him disqualified. Fists were flying after this, and it came as no surprise as Michaels defended the title yet again, but against both Batista & Edge at the Royal Rumble. It was HBK’s night too as he defeated Batista with the trusted sweet chin music, but with Edge not officially losing the match, he wanted the one on one shot he’s demanded since returning. And after Kane’s departure, he was given the opportunity to earn what he wanted when William Regal made a six man number one contendership match. In what was an incredible battle, Edge was the man to emerge with the chance to main event Wrestlemania and go head to head with the greatest Wrestlemania performer of all time.

It appears however that Edge doesn’t feel Mr. Wrestlemania is a title Michaels deserves, claiming HBK hasn’t done anything significant at Wrestlemania in comparison to him. Has Edge got a point? With the exception of beating Vince McMahon at Wrestlemania 22, Michaels has only one of his other four outings at the sports entertainment spectacular since returning to the WWE in 2002. Can the show stopper turn that around this year and hold on to the title he holds very close to his heart?

The Rated R Superstar has done everything he can to try and gain an advantage going in to this huge title match, including bringing in Michaels’ cousin, Michael Shane as a tool to get under Shawn’s skin. But most recently, Edge took the more direct approach by attacking Michaels after he defeated Finlay in a match on Smackdown just over a couple of weeks ago. However, a spear wasn’t enough for Edge as he brought in his favourite toys and piece of music, giving Michaels his first experience of the con-chair-to. The World Champion suffered a concussion due to the deadly chair shot, but he didn’t give Edge the satisfaction in having any kind of bragging rights as he cut him short the week after. A bitter slanging match ensued until William Regal intervened and put Edge in to action, against The Undertaker. The contender to Michaels’ throne was lucky that Umaga came to his rescue, but was less fortunate after The Samoan Bulldozer attacked him with a Samoan Spike.

This past Friday was a test for all concerned as Edge was forced in to teaming up with Umaga after the events of the week before to take on Michaels & The Undertaker. While the dead man & The Samoan Savage battled on the outside, Edge was fortunate again after receiving a steel chair from Armando Alejandro Estrada, who was at ringside supporting Umaga. As Michaels tuned up the band and tried to put Edge to bed, The Rated R Superstar struck with one more vicious chair shot to an already hurt World Champion. Edge looked possessed as he stood by the fallen champion after the assault, staring down at the man he attempts to dethrone this Sunday night in Orlando.

Will he be able to take back the World Championship? Can the show stopper make Edge eat his words and pull out one of his biggest Wrestlemania victories to extend what could be his last title reign? Only time will tell!



The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)




There may not be a title on the line, but this could well be the biggest match of the night. A bitter family feud and deep hatred after years of problems threaten to spill over and make this one of Wrestlemania’s greatest ever battles. Ric Flair, Triple H & Vince McMahon have been through it all before, but with the addition of two former World Champions and a millionaire daredevil who has been involved in some of the craziest battles the WWE has ever seen, we could well see a Wrestlemania moment when these six men go at it hell for leather at The Citrus Bowl.

This all started last October when Triple H was convinced that Mr. McMahon was deliberately standing in his way of getting his hands on the WWE Championship following the Chairman of the Board’s decision at No Mercy to make The Game defend the title twice in the same night, having already won it earlier on. The third match was too much for Triple H to overcome, losing in a Last Man Standing match to Randy Orton. He thought he was in line for a rematch at Cyber Sunday after being put forward as one of the nominees to receive a title shot, but it was Vince yet again who blocked The Game’s path to the gold by personally announcing the vote himself. According to Vince, CM Punk received just one more vote than his son-in-law. A set up by Mr. McMahon?

That was the final straw for Triple H as he went after Vince, and it wasn’t long before enough was enough and Stephanie McMahon announced to the world that she was in fact married to her father’s worst enemy. It was a secret that her father didn’t want being brought in to the open, with it exposing lie after lie, including the bombshell that Hornswoggle wasn’t the illegitimate son of Mr. McMahon after all. Triple H & Stephanie admitted to setting it up to look like the leprechaun was the bastard son when he wasn’t. Angering his father-in-law by not revealing who the actual son was, The Game would meet his wife’s father in a Streetfight at the Survivor Series that led to Mr. McMahon spending a number of weeks in hospital. However when he returned, it seemed that he had been able to put the problems behind him and accept Triple H as his son-in-law.

It seemed like that the McMahon Helmsley family had moved on, and with Triple H gaining a shot at Randy Orton’s WWE Championship at Saturday Night’s Main Event, it looked certain to be a very happy Christmas for all concerned. Yet there was more news to come as a reluctant Stephanie told her father she was pregnant with her second child, before allowing him to look after his granddaughter, Aurora Rose so she could tell her husband the good news. However, when Steph returned with Triple H, Vince & Aurora were gone, unsettling The Game before his big match with Orton. Putting it to one side, Triple H went ahead with the match and looked on the verge of victory until Vince taunted him with Aurora Rose, creating the perfect distraction for JBL to attack The Game, costing him the WWE Championship. But why JBL? It was soon revealed that he was in fact the illegitimate son of Mr. McMahon.

Together with his son, Mr. McMahon swore revenge on Triple H for not revealing the truth. It was clear that Hunter & Stephanie had Shane McMahon on their side, and the then General Manager gave his brother-in-law one more shot at Orton and the WWE Championship, only to screw Triple H over himself to join his father and half brother. It was a shock for everyone on Raw, but there were more shocks to come as Linda McMahon announced that the board of directors were stripping all parties of their power on Raw due to personal interests, and then dropped the bombshell that there would be a new independent Head of Authority on Raw after the Royal Rumble. With a Wrestlemania title shot still lying in wait, Triple H, JBL & Shane gave it their all in the Rumble match, and it was The Game who got the better of it as he eliminated both of Vince’s sons, only for JBL to return and eliminate him from the match.

With the battle lines drawn, they all seemed to forget that a new Head of Authority was to be named, and boy was there a surprise in store as Linda unveiled Eric Bischoff to the shock of practically everyone. He wasted no time in making his presence felt and gave both sides a chance to get some power back by competing against each other. However, Triple H was not so surprisingly robbed by the McMahon’s, giving them the power to choose who The Game would face at Saturday Night’s Main Event. It was no big shock that the choice was Kane, but they weren’t done there as they gave themselves each a special guest role for the night to guarantee Triple H would fall short, which he did despite a great effort. Bischoff wasn’t happy that the McMahon’s undermined him by working together, and decided to give Triple H one more chance of power by putting him in a Steel Cage match against Vince with the winner deciding what match the loser would have at Wrestlemania.

The Game didn’t disappoint as he emerged victorious and stunned everyone by saying he wanted all three McMahon men at Wrestlemania, and that’s what he’s going to get. With the McMahon’s using the numbers game yet again to beat down Triple H, we found out what The Game’s plan was, Batista & Ric Flair, his long time friends coming to his aid, revealing the match that Triple H had decided on was a six man tag team match with the reunion of Evolution. Ever since, we have seen brawl after brawl and sneak attacks galore, but now there is no place to hide like Evolution said this past Monday night on Raw. There is no escape, just six men and one ring to fight for survival. Just which group of men will survive this battle?



Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga




This could be the year that The Undertaker’s Wrestlemania winning streak finally comes to an end when he meets the monster that has shown no fear against him in the shape of “The Samoan Bulldozer” Umaga. It won’t just be any ordinary match either as these two will attempt to come out on top in a Last Man Standing match. Ever since The Undertaker defeated Umaga in a number one contendership qualifying match back in December of last year, The Samoan Savage has not let up on the Wrestlemania legend, showing that he has absolutely no fear or respect for the legacy that the phenom has created over the course of nearly 20 years.

Umaga struck back after the defeat by costing The Undertaker a shot at the title, brutally attacking him in the process. With the problems spilling over between them, they were put in a Last Ride match by William Regal for the first edition of Smackdown in the new year, but Umaga & Armando Alejandro Estrada had different ideas. They spotted the chance to make a statement with Umaga attacking the dead man in the back before the match and shoved him in to the hearse that was waiting in the arena. Estrada then drove the hearse to a cemetery where Umaga left a battered Undertaker all by himself. It was a few weeks before we saw the phenom again, but he would have the chance at revenge as Regal made another match between them, a First Blood match.

If it wasn’t for a mistake by the referee, The Undertaker would have won the match as Umaga bled first, but the first sign of blood the referee saw came from the head of the dead man. This was never going to be over, and they continued their rivalry in to the Royal Rumble match just days later. Umaga battled his way from entering at the start of the Rumble match before being eliminated by his arch nemesis when they were left with just one other man, Kane. The departure of Kane gave six men from Smackdown the chance to face Shawn Michaels for the World Championship at Wrestlemania, including The Undertaker & Umaga as they went at it again at Saturday Night’s Main Event. Neither men was able to win the coveted title shot, but it was looking good for Umaga until The Undertaker stood in his way and chokeslammed him through an announce table, allowing Edge to win the match.

This didn’t go down well with The Samoan Bulldozer as he attacked The Undertaker yet again, only this time, he made a real impact by putting him on the shelf for a month. The dead man was facing Shelton Benjamin when Umaga made his way down to the ring to interrupt the match, but no one could anticipate just what damage he was going to inflict. With the dead man laid out on the mat, Umaga placed a chair over Taker’s neck and hit a leg drop on to the chair, causing The Undertaker to bleed from the mouth. We didn’t see anything from the dead man for weeks, but he soon made it clear to Umaga that he was coming back, leaving chilling warnings for the monster. There was one message in particular that sent a shiver down Umaga’s spine, the announcement that The Undertaker would be back at Wrestlemania to face The Samoan Savage in a Last Man Standing match.

Despite playing his fear down, Umaga received a shock a week later when he was awaiting his opponent when the lights went out, and then came back on with the dead man standing right behind him and Estrada. It was their turn to feel the wrath of the dead man as he gave them both a taste of what he is capable of doing this Sunday night in Orlando. Yet again however, Umaga came back at the phenom, attacking him a week later during The Undertaker’s match with Edge, leaving a message that he too is someone to be feared. They met face to face this past Friday night in tag team action, and it didn’t take long for it to get ugly as they went at it on the outside of the ring. This Sunday will be a totally different occasion as they finally collide one on one, on the biggest stage possible with the winning streak of The Undertaker firmly under threat. Can the dead man extend his streak, or will this be the year that sees the world come crashing down on The Undertaker?



Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP




This has become one of the most anticipated Wrestlemania matches in the last couple of years since Money in the Bank was introduced to the WWE back in 2005. There is a sense of irony about this year’s match as the innovator of the match, Chris Jericho returned to Raw at the back end of the last year and will compete in this career propelling match for the first time since its conception three years ago. It was Jericho who set the ball rolling for this year’s match by announcing his intention to get back to the top and once again become a World Champion, but he wasn’t the only one who stated their desire to get their hands on the all important contract that guarantees the winner a shot at any title they wish for the next twelve months.

To say that things got personal too was an understatement as last year’s winner, Mr. Kennedy quickly made it clear to Jericho that he would be doing within his power to reclaim the title of Mr. Money in the Bank, having won this unbelievably competitive and dangerous match. What they didn’t bank on was that a fired up former ECW Champion would make life very difficult for them, in the shape of Bobby Lashley. Having been stripped of the ECW Championship after being drafted to Raw last year, and having put on a very courageous effort in the Royal Rumble, Lashley didn’t hide his desire to get his hand on championship gold yet again. He certainly got to Jericho & Kennedy, beating them in a triple threat match before continuing to overcome them in future weeks.

It didn’t take long for other contenders to stake a claim, and thanks to Smackdown’s MVP, Elijah Burke was the first and only man to qualify for the match by defeating Rey Mysterio. The night after the Royal Rumble, Rey was found laid out backstage before he was scheduled to challenge for the Intercontinental Championship with Burke being the number one culprit. The two had problems for a while, prompting Eric Bischoff to make a match between them a couple of weeks later at Saturday Night’s Main Event, which saw Rey pick up the victory. Just a couple of night’s later, Burke was able to prove his innocence after his girlfriend, Layla gave him the alibi that nudged Bischoff to offer Burke an apology in the shape of a Money in the Bank qualifying match against Rey that night. It was then that we found out it was MVP who attacked Rey two weeks earlier when he cost Mysterio the match, giving Burke a place in the match.

From there, MVP would play a major part in the build up to this year’s contest. Travelling to Raw on a regular basis, Smackdown’s highest paid superstar quickly become a pain in the backside of Bischoff. The Raw Head of Authority decided that enough was enough with the antics of all these men and decided that instead of having more qualifying matches, he would just put all six men together to allow them to beat the hell out of each other on the biggest stage possible with so much at stake. It’s become crystal clear that are no friends going in to this match, with all hell breaking loose over the last couple of weeks. Even the close friends of Bobby Lashley & Rey Mysterio, as well as MVP & Elijah Burke saw their friendship blow up the in their faces with their individual agendas getting in the way. In a triple threat match this past Monday, Lashley speared Mysterio by accident, before William Regal put them all together in a six man tag team match this past Friday on Smackdown.

It didn’t go to plan at all as MVP’s arrogance got him in trouble with his buddy Burke, causing Burke to tell MVP he could do without him later on, sick of MVP not taking him seriously. That wasn’t MVP’s only problem as Kennedy told him that he too wasn’t happy with having to team up with him after MVP walked out on their match several days earlier on Raw. There were problems for their opponents too as Rey tried to smooth things over with Lashley, only for Jericho to stir things up. It led to a chaotic match with Kennedy turning the tables on MVP by shocking him with The Mic Check and walking out on his partner after Burke lived up to his promise by not taking part in the match. With MVP left on his own, lying flat on his back, allowing Mysterio to win the match. There was more to come as the tension threatened to spill over, and then did as Kennedy raced back down to the ring and pulled a ladder out from under the ring. Jericho saw it coming and was able to take out the remaining men and climb to the top of the ladder as Smackdown came to an end. Will there be a familiar site when these six men put their bodies through hell for the chance to become a star?



WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)




It is fair to say that this could well be the most personal match that we will see when these two bitter rivals take their deep hatred for each other to a whole new level. This won’t just be any ordinary level as each man has to try and make the other utter the words “I Quit”. With so much ill feeling between them, there is no telling just how far these men will go to stand tall when it is all said and done. It is difficult to remember that isn’t just an I Quit match between two fierce enemies, but the Intercontinental Championship is also at stake, and that is where it all started. Back in November of last year, the duo seemed to have mutual respect for each other going to the traditional elimination Survivor Series match for Jeff’s Intercontinental title that saw Punk & Jeff on the same team. Jeff was able to retain the title with Punk being his fellow survivor, after Jeff made a blind tag to get the win. It didn’t set well with Punk who shocked everyone by returning to the ring and attacking Jeff in front of a stunned crowd.

From there, Punk has disgusted wrestlers and fans alike by his disrespectful comments towards Jeff, bringing up some of the memories that he would rather forget and put firmly in the past. Punk took things way too far, even verbally assaulting a father in the front row for allowing his son to be a Jeff Hardy fan, with him knowing full well that Jeff had used drugs. He was relentless in his condemnation of the Intercontinental Champion, but Punk then took his assault to a physical nature, attacking Jeff so severely that he needed to receive hospital treatment. Jeff came back fighting and it wasn’t long before the match was set for the Royal Rumble with Jeff’s title on the line. What proved to be decisive was the third party that no one saw coming. After meeting Jeff backstage during the 15th anniversary of Raw, Sunny and The Charismatic Enigma became close, so close that Sunny accompanied Jeff to the Rumble and stood in his corner. We were left in shock after an incredible match ended with Sunny hitting Jeff in the face with the title that was soon to belong to Punk.

It seemed that an elaborate plan between Punk & Sunny would be too much for Jeff to take, but it wasn’t to be. The now former Intercontinental Champion missed several shows until his shocking return, striking back at Punk & Sunny with the aid of Eric Bischoff. Punk & Sunny had tried to manipulate Eugene, Bischoff’s nephew in order to try and get him to persuade Bischoff to get off their backs. It didn’t turn out that way as Sunny tried to use her feminine charms on the innocent Eugene, only for Jeff to be lying in wait, leaving Punk & Sunny stunned, leaving Punk suffering on the locker room floor. Jeff had returned with an impact, showing that he was coming back for Punk, his title and revenge. Bischoff was only too happy to give him the opportunity as he told an angry Punk that he would be defending his newly won title against Jeff in an I Quit match at Wrestlemania. The Straight Edge Superstar wasn’t about to sit back as he retaliated, luring Jeff in to the parking lot, it’s just he wasn’t the only one there. As soon as Jeff shut the door after leaving the arena, there was someone else behind the door who was ready to attack him. It turned out to be Punk’s long time friend, Colt Cabana, and once again Jeff was in need of hospital treatment.

Yet again, Jeff didn’t sit back and let Punk get to him as he once again returned to show Punk he is in for one hell of a fight at Wrestlemania. This past Monday, Punk tried to get under Jeff’s skin one more time, but it didn’t work. Jeff met his adversary in the ring and stood up for himself before the inevitable assault came from Punk & Cabana. However, Eugene came to the rescue as he raced down and pulled Cabana from the ring, leaving Jeff to fight back and leave Punk lying on the mat. Has Jeff got the fight and desire required to get the title he was screwed out of at the Rumble back? One thing is guaranteed, neither men will leave The Citrus Bowl the same once this is all said and done.



WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin




The older Hardy brother goes in to Wrestlemania in the opposite position to Jeff, as Matt will be walking down the aisle in to his championship match this weekend with gold around his waist. It will be the job of Shelton Benjamin to ensure that Matt doesn’t walk back out again still in position of the United States Championship. It’s a quest that Shelton feels he is more than capable of, having set his sights on Matt a long time ago, and not letting him get out of reach. It’s been in a mission that Shelton has just not let go since turning his back on Charlie Haas and the WWE Tag Team Championship, determined to prove to everyone that he is the star that he believes he is.

He was given a couple of opportunities to meet Matt, and on the first two occasions, it was the United States Champion that emerged victorious, seemingly only spurring the relentless Shelton on to go back for more. To his credit, he didn’t let up and was able to pull off a victory over Matt in a tag team match, setting him on course for the title shot he so desperately wanted. However, much like CM Punk, The Gold Standard has found that a Hardy has a lot of heart, so much in fact that he recovered from being blindsided in the official contract signing over a week ago by his life long friend, Shannon Moore. And Friday night just gone, Matt put that betrayal to one side as he met Shannon one on one, defeating his former friend, sending a message to Shelton.

However, with Shelton watching on from ringside, he wasn’t about to let Matt have his moment in the sun, as for the second week in a row, Matt was knocked out for the count with the title belt that both he and The Gold Standard will battle for this Sunday night in Orlando, Florida. It promises to be a very entertaining contest, just who will emerge with the gold once the bell tolls?



WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls




It sure promises to be one very interesting contest when these four teams battle it out with both sets of tag team titles on the line. In a joint decision made by both Raw & Smackdown General Manager’s, it was decided that a little brand competition would be a nice little tonic for everyone involved this Sunday night. Usually in a fourway championship match, the champions are under serous threat with three teams vying for their titles, but with the added bonus for both The UK Pack and Paul London & Brian Kendrick of knowing that they could leave with both tag titles, it slightly takes the pressure off. Both teams have held the titles since late last year, but this will be their first major challenge despite the prize that hangs in the balance.

The rules of the match state that the winning team will take the titles of either the champions they defeat or the titles of the brand that their losing member is contracted to. For example, if John Morrison or The Miz pins either Kid Kash or Jamie Noble, they will win the WWE Tag Team titles. If it was the other way round, The Pitbulls would win the World Tag Team titles. Funnily enough, these two teams met on Raw this past week with The Pitbulls beating Raw’s duo in what was somewhat of an upset with the role Morrison & Miz have been on since leaving Smackdown after problems with Smackdown GM, William Regal. The eccentric duo believed their talent wasn’t been recognised by Regal, and this was after Noble & Kash overcame them in the final of the Number One Contendership series for a title shot at Saturday Night’s Main Event.

The UK Pack defended their tag titles against The Pitbulls in their home country of England in what led to a lot of controversy. Having brought one of the belts in to the ring, Noble was hoping for a sneak victory, but it didn’t turn out that way as Smith stole the belt and hit a cheap shot of his own. The referee saw it and had no choice but to disqualify the champions, leaving the challengers frustrated. They made it their mission to get another shot since they didn’t lose the first one, but were left fuming when they found out Regal had given Morrison & Miz a shot at Smith & Burchill in an attempt to persuade them to stay on Smackdown after Eric Bischoff tried to tempt them to Raw. Had it not been for the angry Pitbulls, the titles may have changed hands as they got the challengers disqualified after attacking the champions for the controversial finish six nights earlier in the UK.

This was the final straw for the hosts of The Dirt Sheet as they packed their bags and accepted Bischoff’s invitation to switch to Raw. They immediately caused an impact by offering an open challenge to any team on their new brand, and overcame Cryme Time for their first Raw victory. They then set their sights on Raw’s tag champions, with London & Kendrick being told that their title reign was coming to an end while The UK Pack & The Pitbulls rivalry got more intense with Regal making the match the challengers wanted for Wrestlemania. Morrison & Miz went face to face with London & Kendrick, defeating them in a non title match to put themselves in with a shout of a championship match. Due to this, several weeks ago on Smackdown, Bischoff went to visit Regal when they agreed on this inter-promotional match. With two titles on the line, it promises to be one very unpredictable match.



WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane




It’s time for the loud mouth Cruiserweight Champion to back up his arrogance as he defends his title against not one but three men this weekend. Kenny Dykstra has had no problem whatsoever with telling everyone just how amazing he is, or just how much he thinks he is, but this Sunday will truly be the biggest test of his title reign when he goes up against three very hungry challengers who are more than determined to be the one to shut his mouth and take his title. It might be a difficult ask, but to be fair to Dykstra, he has proved himself to be one of Smackdown’s most exciting prospects since winning the title in difficult circumstances back at the Survivor Series last November. Just like the Intercontinental Championship match that night, it was a traditional elimination match with the vacant title going to the sole survivor, and that man was Kenny Dykstra. That night, two of the superstars he overcame were Chavo Guerrero & Matt Sydal, and they will once again stand in his way of walking out with the gold. At the end of the epic Survivor Series match, it came down to Sydal & Dykstra, with Kenny pulling out an impressive victory.

It didn’t take long for us to find out that the newly crowned champion had an ego about him as he bragged in front of the world about his victory over seven other men, but his mouth soon got him in to trouble with a certain Chavo Guerrero after some unfinished business with Sydal. Dykstra offered an open challenge for a non title match with any cruiserweight on the roster, promising to give them a shot at the title if they could defeat him. Sydal wasted no time in coming back for more, only for Dykstra to cling on for a seemingly deliberate double count out. He made it clear that Sydal didn’t win the match or a title shot, but he was faced with another challenge, this time from Chavo. The Mexican looked on his way to a title match when Kenny got himself disqualified to avoid a pinfall defeat, but it still resulted in a championship match for Chavo. It was given an extra dimension by William Regal as he made sure a disqualification wouldn’t lead to Kenny retaining his title, making it a no disqualification match, but yet again, Kenny found a way round the rules. Before Chavo could climb through the ropes for the start of the match, Dykstra struck him across the skull with the title belt and continued with the attack before making the inevitable pinfall.

This led to Chavo having to go to hospital with a concussion, but he was back with a bang, earning himself a shot at the title at the Royal Rumble. Yet again however, Dykstra was able to dig deep in his locker to retain his title by pushing the referee in to Chavo just as it looked we would see a new Cruiserweight Champion. Just because it didn’t happen at the Rumble, doesn’t mean it won’t happen here. Chavo certainly wants the chance to get revenge on Dykstra, but he’s not the only one who wants to get his hands on the champion and his gold. Sydal still has the memories firmly in his head, and along with Michael Shane, they want to stamp their mark on the cruiserweight division, promising to make it different. Shane hasn’t had a problem in getting involved in certain situations with his cousin, Shawn Michaels, and his relationship with Dykstra has been a very rocky one too. He did say in front of a worldwide audience that he wanted the title before he looked to have accidentally cost Dykstra a couple of matches, but that didn’t set well with the champ one bit. When it came to deciding a challenger for Wrestlemania, Regal was stuck between three different and yet equally capable performers, making a triple threat match between Chavo, Sydal & Shane. Kenny as always, had to get involved, gifting Shane a win by disqualification, but Regal didn’t allow him to get away with it, announcing a fatal fourway match instead. Has Dykstra created his own downfall? We don’t have to wait too long to find out.



WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)




There are some who believe in the meaning of people getting what is coming to them, and those who do believe that will be thinking that Beth Phoenix could well be heading for a fall at The Citrus Bowl this Sunday. It would be hard for Beth to argue that she doesn’t deserve to be on the end of a bad result here after her hideous attack on Victoria last November that led to her challenger spending several weeks in hospital with serious head trauma. The incident happened after the Survivor Series where The Glamazon retained her title in a triple threat match with Victoria and Mickie James. Victoria was watching on from ringside during Beth’s match when a confrontation took place, resulting in Beth hitting Victoria in the head with the title belt, resulting in Victoria falling and hitting her head on a steel chair. The blood flowed from Victoria’s head with The Glamazon looking fairly shocked, and she later pleaded her innocence, calling it an accident despite hitting her in the head with her title belt.

We all knew that there would be a response when Victoria returned, and she sure made an impression on the champion by surprising Beth in her locker room and telling her that she is one diva who wouldn’t be intimidated by The Glamazon. Victoria’s presence seemed to get to Phoenix, and it didn’t take long for the two to be put together in a singles match with the championship on the line. Victoria looked mighty impressive as she met her bitter rival at Saturday Night’s Main Event in February, and it looked like she was on her way to another championship reign. That was until Beth had help from a mystery woman who attacked Victoria while the referee was hurt. And just like that, The Glamazon had retained her championship once again, but this was far from being the end for these two. We found out a couple of nights later on Raw that Beth’s saviour was the daughter of Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, Natalya. But why did she help the champion? It appears they have crossed paths before and that together they feel they can dominate Raw.

They certainly have made an impact as a duo, intimidating several divas and looking very impressive in tag team matches, as well as helping each other in singles action. Despite that, they have failed to intimidate the one diva that they set out to in Victoria. Whatever Beth & Natalya have thrown at Victoria, she has come back fighting, proving to be a real pain for the champion who has a very difficult task in putting Victoria to bed when they collide under the Orlando skyline. Victoria and the fans weren’t the only ones sick of the constant double act antics from the two bullies as Eric Bischoff gave Victoria another chance at the title, but he made sure there would be no repeat of Saturday Night’s Main Event as he barred Natalya from ringside, stacking the odds in the challenger’s favour. However, despite Victoria looking in good shape, Beth saved her title by getting herself disqualified intentionally. This set Bischoff over the edge as he ensured The Glamazon wouldn’t get away with it again as she listened in horror to hear Bischoff announce she would be defending her title against Victoria at Wrestlemania with Natalya barred from ringside once again, but with the added stipulation that if Beth loses the match by disqualification, she will also lose her title. Are the odds in the challenger’s favour? Is this finally going to be Victoria’s night, or will The Glamazon pull it out of the bag yet again?



*PREDICTIONS TEMPLATE*

WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge

The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)

Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP

WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)

WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin

WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane

WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)


Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any?

Which match will main event the show?

Which match will open the show?

How many announce tables will be broken?

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held?



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WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)


World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge


The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)


Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga


Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP


WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)


WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin


WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls


WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane


WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)



Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any?Three

Which match will main event the show?HBK vs. Edge

Which match will open the show? Crusierweights

How many announce tables will be broken? Two

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held?Wembely London

Good Luck mate everything looks great, should be a great show
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*PREDICTIONS TEMPLATE*

WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs [COLOR="orange"]Randy Orton[/color] (c)

It's all been about Orton and Kane for me, either Kane wins or Orton wins. I see Orton winning to keep his awesome title run going, if anyone is going to stop him, it will be Kane, but not just yet.

World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge

Where can Edge go if he doesn't win the title? He has to win so we can see HBK/'Taker... The MITB winner will cash it in now and Edge will get a taste of his own medicine, Mysterio to win MITB then.

The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)

Would love you to make this a heel orientated night but I doubt it will go that far, faces to win.

Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga

No bullshit ending, end the damn streak!

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP

See Main Event

WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)

Close one, it's got to end somewhere, it's been a hell of a ride but I feel this match would have been better without the title on the line.

WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin

New era.

WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls

There are just too strong a team to lose.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane

Give him a nice run please.

WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)

DQ swap methinks.


Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any?

Oooh, I make that 6 with 2 WHC changes in one night

Which match will main event the show?

Evolution vs. McMahon Men if Bret Hart returns...

Which match will open the show?

MITB

How many announce tables will be broken?

2

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held?

Wem-Ber-Ley!
or Ewood Park...


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WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)
I didn't see Cena winning this so it was out of Kane and Orton, I was thinking Orton but I don't think you will follow real life, so I go with Kane for the title. Please hve an over one day reign .


World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge
Shawn won the title just a few months ago, this was a real toss up for me, but I think HBK for the win and Edge to win at a later date.


The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)
Just don't see The McMahon Men winning this, quite as simple as that.


Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga
Umaga won't end Taker's streak, I don't think anyone will end Taker's streak for that matter.


Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP
This is more out of hope really. I would like to see you have MVP a world title reign, but its not his time.


WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)
CM Punk just won the title from Jeff at the Rumble (I think), so he won't be losing it back to Jeff anytime soon. This will be a sick match with huge spots, but Punk gets the win.


WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin
I think you will follow real life with this one and have Benjamin win the title, after Shannon Moore interference.


WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls
They are as dominant as my UKonnection . In all seriousness, I expected a title change for both titles, but seeing as you are from England and it is a great way to build them, the UK Pack for the win.


WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane
Not sure which way to go with this one, I love Sydal, although I do think Dykstra will still pick up the win. Awesome match please .


WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)
I am thinking that Victoria will win by pinfall, but if the title can't change hands by countout, that will happen.



Questions


How many titles will change hands, if any?
4
WWE Title, Unites States Title, World Tag Tean Titles, Women's Title


Which match will main event the show?
WWE Title Triple Threat Match


Which match will open the show?
United States Title Match or Money in the Bank


How many announce tables will be broken?
2
Spanish Announce Table and Smackdown announce table


Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held?
London, England
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WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)
The way you've built up Kane points to no other answer unless you go another route and have Orton retain.

World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge
HBK bores me as champion these days and it would be semi-symbolic if Edge regained here. I can't believe I'm going for two world title changes in the same night, but I see it.

The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)
Mos def. To reform just to lose? Nuh-uh.

Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga
End his streak and I'll slit your throat. Okay maybe not, but this keeps Umaga's winning streak alive too, right (not being pinned or made submit)?

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP
The Lashley/Jericho/Kennedy stuff is very interesting, though I don't see either one of them walking away with it. I think Lash has a little better build up than they do/did. Go Lash.

WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)
Punk ftw. Nuff said. You know why . I have a feeling Hardy will win, though.

WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin
At least have one Hardy leave with a title. I don't see Shelton winning at 'Mania, maybe 'lash/Judgement Day. I love that you're defending both mid-card titles at 'Mania in an era that loves the MITB ladder match.

WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls
The rules are a little confusing. I like that both titles are on the line, but its not unification. I say the Hollywood boys pin...the Pits.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane


WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)
After months of pursiuit? Its about time.

Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any?
Lets see...both world titles, the Women's, and CW.. That makes four.


Which match will main event the show?
The triple threat. Unless Trips' and Vince's egos get the best of them and that match main events.


Which match will open the show?
Either MITB or the CW match, but seeing as how I can only choose one, I go cruiserweights.

How many announce tables will be broken?
...1? 2 would be overodooing it, imo.

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held?
Knowing you, somewhere in the UK.
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*PREDICTIONS*

WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge

The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)

Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP

WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)

WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin

WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane

WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)


Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any?

Five.

Which match will main event the show?

Cena VS Kane VS Orton

Which match will open the show?

Money in the Bank ladder match.

How many announce tables will be broken?

One.

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held?

MSG, New York.
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WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)

World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge

The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)

Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio
vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP

WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)

WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin

WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz
vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal
vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane

WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification
Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)


Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any? 4 {assuming both tag titles are on the line}

Which match will main event the show? HBK/Edge

Which match will open the show? Cruiserweight title

How many announce tables will be broken? ALLLLL OF 'EM

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held? Ewood Park probably

This looks amazing, mate. Nearly as good as a David Bentley 40-yarder eh?
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WWE Championship
John Cena vs Kane vs Randy Orton (c)


World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) vs Edge


The Ultimate Grudge Match
Evolution vs The McMahon Men (JBL, Vince & Shane McMahon)


Last Man Standing Match
The Undertaker vs Umaga


Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs Bobby Lashley vs Rey Mysterio vs Elijah Burke vs Mr. Kennedy vs MVP

WWE Intercontinental Championship
I Quit Match
Jeff Hardy vs CM Punk (c)


WWE United States Championship
Matt Hardy (c) vs Shelton Benjamin


WWE & World Tag Team Championship
Paul London & Brian Kendrick (c) vs John Morrison & The Miz vs The UK Pack (c) vs The Pitbulls

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero vs Matt Sydal vs Kenny Dykstra (c) vs Michael Shane


WWE Womens Championship
Natalya barred from ringside & the title can change hands on a Disqualification

Victoria vs Beth Phoenix (c)


Questions

How many titles will change hands, if any? Four.

Which match will main event the show? Evolution vs. the McMahons.

Which match will open the show? Matt Hardy vs. Shelton Benjamin.

How many announce tables will be broken? Two.

Wrestlemania 25’s location will be revealed. Where will Wrestlemania XXV be held? It better be Wembley.


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Thanks for all the predictions guys, cheeky cheeky Legend! Someone should have told Bentley the season began in August, not late October!! And Ewood hosting Wrestlemania XXV? As awesome as that would be for me, i'm not that much of a newb.

I just need to clear something up about the Tag Team title match as some of you seem to be confused. Both titles are on the line, but only The UK Pack or Paul London & Brian Kendrick can win both titles as the winning team will either take the titles from the champions they beat or from the brand of the opponents they beat.

For example, if Paul London beats anyone from The UK Pack & The Pitbulls, London & Kendrick will retain their World Tag Team titles and win the WWE Tag Team titles. If they beat John Morrison or The Miz, they will simply retain their Raw titles.

And if John Morrison or The Miz defeat London for example, they will only win the World Tag titles, and the same goes if they beat anyone from Smackdown except they will win the WWE Tag Team titles. Confusing i know, but it's different and slightly unpredictable.
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