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Old 03-21-2011, 09:03 AM   #271 (permalink)
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This is my first review of a show so apologies if it's a bit sub par.

Raw Review


Raw Roulette = Epic, always loved it when WWE put this on.

First off, happy to see a highlight video of the previous Raw Roulette being shown, hypes up what the night is going to be about - Dramatic, tense, matches you wouldn't normally see on free television, etc.

Loved the opening segment with Triple H, still banging on about how Booker won by way of a fluke, gives his character more heat. I was like Triple H when Booker came out, I hardly understood a thing he said. But it worked, maintained his 'ghetto' talk and was a nice to see Bischoff stop the two from brawling, hyping up the main event of the night.

Dumpster match FTW! Epic match, I actually thought Regal & Storm were going to win when Morley came out, glad The Dudleyz made the save and was happy to see Kane & RVD retain. I would imagine The Dudleyz will get a match against RVD & Kane at the next PPV as a 'reward' for their save or something along those lines.

The interaction with Bischoff and Steiner was top notch, Steiner letting Bisch know that he hates him and probably always will was a nice touch. Steel pipe on a pole match was interesting, I originally expected a Pink Slip on a Pole match, dunno why, but when Steiner grabbed Bischoff by the collar, I expected something in Steiners favour to be chosen.

The match was alright, good to see Rodney Mack smashed with the pipe, dunno why, I just never was a big fan of Rodney and seeing him hit with the pipe was funny to me. The Rock getting involved was a good way to continue their feud.

The Rock & Hurricane backstage segment was epic, was a bit surprised you used the Tiny Dingaling thing Hurricane used in 2003 but it's all cool. The 'argument' they had was comical, especially Hurricane using Rocky's own catchphrase and then the stipulation for their match was worthy, pure gold and would have loved to have seen it. Maintained Rock & Hurricane's character's pretty well. Hollywood Elbow FTW.

The Divas match, first of all, Hair vs Hair? surprised a bit, but it's unique and pretty cool. I can't say I was surprised Trish won, I expected her to win. I don't expect the feud between Trish & Victoria to be over, not by a long shot, especially after the stipulation to this match. I imagine Victoria will be wearing wigs until her hair starts to grow back. Like to see how this feud goes on.

Evolution hyping Triple H up was good, reassuring him that he will walk out as Champ. Typical Evolution/Triple H pep talk. Then the roulette result, made it obvious, to me, that Goldberg was going to win.

As expected, Goldberg wins, but was happy to see Batista did well against him, being the powerhouse of Evolution, he would have looked weak if you just decimated him. I hope Goldberg doesn't win the World Title though, was never a fan of him in the 'E.

Strange Bedfellows was nicely done, nice to see that Nash didn't give a shit about the match and just went to kick the shit out of Jericho. Was nice to see Test get a win over the IC Champ, hope Test gets the title at some point because 2003/2004 he had potential to be pretty good, but WWE wasted him on the god awful Steiner feud. Jericho getting away through the crowd was good, and your comment about Nash was worthy.

Ahh, the Superheroes, just picturing The Rock vs. The Hurricane in this type of match is hilarious. Was not expecting Steiner's music to hit, was expecting Hurricane just to be destroyed when The Rock turned from comedy mode to serious mode. I liked how you had Hurricane pick up the victory and added to the Steiner/Rocky feud.

AMW are coming! Nice, looking forward to it, happy to see they are keeping the America's Most Wanted name too.

Main event time, I fully, FULLY expected Booker T to win here, the match was epic, back and forth action, Triple H bleeding from pretty much the start of a match again? Not good for him again. :L Nice to see Triple H working on Booker's knee though, was a bit strange to see that in an I Quit match but it was different and I liked it. Booker's knee took some punishment, hitting the barricade, the ring post etc, I expected the knee after the half way point in the match to end up being the deciding factor in the match, it had been worked on quite a bit and my mind was changed and I started to think Trips would walk out as Champion. Booker hitting the Book End on the steps then changed my mind again, I thought Trips would have quit there and then but he didn't. Then the sledgehammer smashing away at Booker's knee, fucking hell, 5 times, his knee must have been dead as fuck, then Booker Quitting came as no surprise as Triple H clearly would have just went on and on and on until Booker did quit.

Was surprised to see a World Title change hands on free TV but then again, it was a special edition of Raw. I don't expect Booker to be in action for some time and expect Triple H to go over Goldberg easily with Booker returning in a few PPV's to challenge for his championship again.

Overall, Raw Roulette was pretty good, the highlight for me was The Superheroes backstage segment/match because it made me laugh quite a bit, then the brutal I Quit match.

Apologies if this isn't the best review you have ever had, once again, it's my 1st one.
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Bullet points

Dumpster match was fun. Just four guys wailing on each other, and while I like RVD and Kane retaining, any time Regal and Storm can be given belts is fine by me.

I love your promos. All of them are so well-written and seem real. Top marks.

I was a little bit uncomfortable with the hair/hair match, but whatever you need to heat the feud. *shrug*

I knew Goldberg was going to win, because Goldberg doesn't believe in doing jobs. That being said, it was nice to see all the members of Evolution get in their offense and make Batista look like an absolute hoss.

Liked the Strange Bedfellows match. I laughed that it basically turned into a singles match with Nash beating the shit out of Jericho on the outisde. Made sense, but still lolsworthy.

God, that superheroes match was funny as hell. Just picturing Rock wrestling a match in full Scorpion King getup cracks me up. The Steiner/Rocky feud continues, and any time good ol' Psycho Steiner gets a match is good news to me.

AMW coming to WWE! I was always more of a BMI guy, but this is still awesome.

Main Event time and HOOOOLY shit. This was nasty. In a good, two-guys-trying-to-murder-one-another way. I was a little disappointed to see Bookah lose, but it's understandable. Triple H'll keep the title against Goldberg through some type of Evo-chicanery.

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Everyone loves Raw roulette so great to see it going down here tonight, expecting a crazy show.

Kicking things off with Triple H is always a good move to get the crowd going. Don’t think you’ve got Triple H mastered in promos yet, like you have with a few other characters but I find him hard to write for as well. ‘Bald bastard Goldberg’, maybe it’s just me but I can’t see him saying that. Anyways, the majority of what he had to say was right and Booker coming out had to happen.

Booker is one of the characters who I think you do write really well for it and I felt I believed a lot of what he was saying, so good job there. Bischoff coming out to halt things was probably needed or they would’ve come to blows. Threatening to cancel the main event was typical Bischoff. Overall, good start to the show.

RVD/Kane vs. Storm/Regal in a dumpster match, wow. Of all the matches this was a shocker. The beauty of the roulette! The match itself had some really nice spots in it and was refreshing to see something different, glad RVD and Kane retained though.

Loved the Steiner/Bischoff promo. Can totally imagine Steiner in no mood for Bischoff. Steel pipe on a pole match is another innovative idea so looking forward to that one.

Bischoff then opting to ‘punish’ Steiner was a nice touch, classic Bischoff really. Mark Henry is always a brutal choice of opponent. Henry getting the win was a surprise although obviously The Rock had to play his part somewhere. Think maybe having Steiner win and then The Rock attack Steiner would’ve suited this better.

Hurricane and Rock promo was brilliant. You captured these two both extremely well. The Hamburglar had me going as did Hurricane stealing Rock’s catchphrase haha. I can see Steiner getting some payback later on in that match.

Trish-Victoria. Trish retains, as she should. The head shaving thing was a bit out there and I dunno if I’d wanna see Victoria have to get her head shaved, can you imagine? Wow.

Evolution gauntlet is an interesting idea. I’m not sure how I feel about Goldberg beating all three men like that. I mean, Orton and Batista are viewed as potential stars around this time but I guess Goldberg is the man around town. I enjoyed all the matches, just maybe felt a DQ finish in the final match as all three men intervene could’ve been the better route to take. Though Goldberg as #1 contender is the right move.

Always like seeing a Strange bedfellows match and this is exactly why. Nash taking out his own partner within in a minute. This was never gonna last long and helps both feuds progress nicely.

Hurricane/Rock was exactly what I expected but you did a good job in how you went about it. The distraction with the music was nice and it’s a huge win for Hurricane. Good stuff here.

Wow, the title match was brilliant. Did not expect the title to change hands here but the way it ended was simply brutal and Booker had no choice but to quit. Loved some of the viciousness and brutality in it. An I quit match needs it and you provided it well with the chair, barricade, steel steps and sledgehammer all being used to great effect.

Overall, I enjoyed all of the show. Was a crazy one and that’s exactly how Raw roulette should be so good job on that. Surprised about the title change as Booker didn’t win the title all that long ago but I understand the move, looking forward to seeing where Booker goes from here. Great stuff, well done.
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RAW feedback and such:

Recap is fine, opening commentary is fine
Really liked the shut your mouth line, it fits his character well. Wasn't quite feeling the significant event in our careers line, but the rest of H's part was good. Booker's lines worked with his gimmick but were pretty standard "I'm not losing the belt" stuff. HHH was spot on as well; I think you use him very well.

DUMPSTER MATCH! Starting this one of in a big way, and since this is supposed to be a huge show, I like that. Would have been nice if there were a few more actual moves instead of weapon shot after weapon shot, but still an enteraining match. I'm not sure about having 2 hardcore matches on one TV show though.

LOLed at the ___ on a pole match. Russomania is running wild apparently. Spinning belly to belly to a 400-pounder? Not sure how well that would work but Steiner is supposed to be a beast so its believable enough. Finish of the match was good but please don't tell me this is the beginning of a Henry push.

Hurricane/Rock segment was funny as hell but I swear I've read the tiny ding-a-ling joke before. Must have been in JBWinner's thread. Hurricane stealing Rock's line was gold, and all in all, a great promo here.

Something tells me this fued isnt going to end and the loser will want revenge. Pretty much the best divas you have so I'm OK with that. Reverse chinlock? Nooooooooo. Thanks to Randy Orton it makes me want to kill myself. Head shaving is funny and for some reason Victoria in a baseball cap seems yummy to me. Make it happen.

Gauntlet match is a perfect setup for a screwy finish which seems like the best choice since Orton and Tista are supposed to be getting over and Goldberg has to look strong for his match with HHH. Pretty sure Orton hadn't debuted the RKO yet although I'm not sure on that point. You got all of the regular Flair moves in there although that doesn't seem like it would stretch to 5 1/2 minutes. Ending confused me here, if Chioda took away the chair, how did Batista raise the chair up? Evolution looked a bit weak although with the line of refs preventing interference its less of an issue.

Next "match" sounded interesting, but having it turn into an angle still accomplishes the main point. Marked out for the Hurricane chokeslam and Hurricane actually winning was

AMW is overused in WWE BTBs but you tag division is shallow so I'm glad you're improving it.

Great hardcore match, was a blast to read. The variety of moves was great, and H working the knee like one would in a normal match was a nice twist on the usual hardcore match formula. I noticed a few small spelling/grammar errors but no biggie. Did not expect that ending at all so props to you. Should be fun to see the buildup to HHH/Goldberg. Overall, this was a very good, exciting show and you continue to be one of the best in the section.
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Raw Roulette, I’m damn excited for this. Let’s get to it then, shall we?

Opening the show with a video package of the previous Raw Roulette is different, but I like it. It stands as a good replacement for the normal, bland last week recap, as nothing OVERLY exciting has really happened on Raw lately.

Promo time with Triple H? Needless to say I am more than a little shocked. I simply didn’t expect to hear from Triple H, at least not in a big in ring promo, simply because he’s in the main even tonight. It’s not a big deal or a bad decision because I didn’t expect it, although if we don’t get some Rocky greatness later on tonight then I won’t be happy. To be honest, nothing really interesting happened early on with Trips, it’s basically just him hyping up tonight’s main event. I don’t know, I guess it achieves what it you wanted, hyping the main event, but I can’t help but feel that this, as well as the main event is going to be Triple H on our screen for half the show. The promo itself went along pretty nicely, with Triple H putting himself over. You’re not good enough to lace my boots > kiss my boots, but that’s being picky, tbh. I didn’t like how he just randomly threw in the fact that Booker did 19 months, usually these types of things are good for storyline enhancement, but it feels like you threw it in there randomly as a cheap heat ploy. Despite that, Triple H was pretty on song. Booker T was in character, being all grammatically incorrect and what not, solid stuff. at Triple H owning Booker. Trips telling Booker he didn’t understand him, and the crack at the nappy hair was awesome. Booker’s reply would have got a pop, but in all honesty, Hunter fucked him up majorly here. Bischoff stopping the two from getting physical was a nice way to end things, definitely a fun opening promo. Triple H was solid throughout, and surprisingly Booker was able to keep up, well done.

Fuck you for making me go and watch ‘Mania 14. This dumpster match really just made me feel a whole bunch of nostalgia, tbh. Considering RVD and Kane’s opponents weren’t announced, you’d expect somewhat of a surprise, especially for a big show like this, so though Storm and Regal were a lame choice of opponents. The match itself was an awesome read though, with all the spots definitely making this an entertaining one. The Van Terminator at the end was epic, as the Morley and Dudleyz appearance was adequate as well. Definitely a good match and a good win for the champs.

Just a quick heads up, I have something a little similar on my next Raw with Bischoff and a superstar. Completely different result, but same sort of scenario. Anyway, Bischoff was his usual weasel self and Steiner was brilliant, no shit shooting, straight to the point. You continue to write him well, good segment.

Typical Bischoff now being all tough on the titantron, tbh. Pipe on a pole match should be fun, Henry as Steiner’s opponent makes sense because his big, but he hasn’t been made to look credible in this thread. Since he hasn’t been made to look credible, how is he honestly supposed to seem like a threat to Steiner?

Okay, I guess I know how, D’Lo Brown and Rodney Mack. Smart booking there, tbh, and Steiner looked extremely strong, pretty much beating the shit out of three guys. The Rock interfering and costing Steiner the match was good, simply gaining revenge after last week’s loss. Rocky/Steiner continuing makes me an extremely happy man.

The love between Bischoff and The Rock was portrayed well. The Hurricane appearing was nice, these segments irl were always hilarious. I’m pretty sure you wrote one for the first show in this thread, and that’s about it. It seems weird that a month later another one just gets randomly thrown in. The reminder of the tiny ding a ling thing was good, as was Hurricane stealing Rock’s catchphrase. The chicken McNugget thing is another constantly used in real life, although Rocky constantly repeated his insults to Hurricane so I don’t see an issue. at a Superhero match though, definitely something different.

Ugh, at a hair vs. hair match. Whilst it’s good, a stipulation like that always works better with a bit of build, imo. Trish was always getting the win here; you wouldn’t make her lose her hair. If this could bring out a badass Victoria it could OWN, otherwise I’m not sure I really like this angle, just simply for the loss of hair happening for no reason.

Evolution in the locker room was decent enough, hyping their matches tonight. I didn’t expect anything less.

Write out a Bad Blood promo you lazy fuck.

Flair and Bischoff were alright here to, another nothing special but getting the job done segment. They are needed on Roulette night though, so all good. A gauntlet match definitely favours The Berg big time. I’ve got a feeling he’s going to look like a machine by the end of the night.

The Gauntlet match was written pretty well, and it’s basically what I expected to happen. Goldberg looked like the man, whilst all three members of Evolution don’t look THAT bad. I can’t see Booker/Goldberg happening though, but Booker quitting would seem wear as piss.

I would’ve marked the fuck out if Jericho had to team with Nash. But, you know, JBWINNER beat you to it. You know that guy? The one with the superior 2003 thread?

Anyway, it was a quick match, which was weird. I would have liked the intrigue to be built with the match going a little longer, but obviously due to this show being stacked, you can’t do that. Test getting the win over Christian is big for him, continuing their thing, whilst Jericho being chased by Nash continues there’s as well. Nothing exciting, nothing clever, simple formula that continues two feuds.

Despite not really being competitive, Rock/Hurricane would have been awesome to watch, mainly due to Rocky of course. Steiner getting back at Rocky is nice, but I have an issue. I remember The Hurricane beat Rocky similar to this irl. Was this before or after this thread started? I don’t care if they’re shady or not, if Hurricane owns 2 victories over Rocky, shit needs to be rectified.

AMW should be some good shit.

A fairly epic main event if I do say so myself. The typical epic razor job by Triple H would have been nice as well. The constant work on the leg, which cost Booker at ‘Mania, is a thorn in his side again. Honestly, I have a feeling Booker might miss some action after this, I could definitely be wrong though. As for Trips, it looks like he is going to be facing Goldberg, just like I thought he would. A nice last image of Evolution back on top of Raw as well.

I loved this show. The match types were different, as they should be for a show like this, and the one lengthy promo you had was solid. Everything Raw looks good, atm, the only thing missing is somebody as epic as KANYON. Speaking of KANYON (jesus), I really am looking forward to see where you take SD after JD, especially Angle. The thread continues to be my fav, atm. No ass kissing, you’re still shit, just love the time period. Keep it up, bud.
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Raw Roulette is always fun and we started off with a decent promo from the game. To me you really got Booker T’s speech down to a tee. An I quit match for later tonight sounds great.

A dumpster match pretty creative. I’m not a huge Regal fan, so I like that RVD/Kane retained. Anyway this was a very fun match to read really enjoyed it for the opening bout.

Scott Steiner putting his hands on the General Manger at first I didn’t like because it went unpunished but I’m glad that it came back to haunt him with his opponent. Again another intriguing match, with the Rock with the interference.

This promo just reeked awesomeness. I really like the Rock, you had him down great. Hurricane sticking up for himself I was really surprised by. Even owning the Rock at one point I was surprised. A ridiculous match concept if you ask me, but still this promo was excellent.

I’m not a huge fan of hair vs. hair matches tbh, especially for women. But I guess this adds to a feud they have been having if I am correct (if not sorry). Victoria bald eesh wouldn’t like to see that.

Awesome this is a great booking decision to have a gauntlet match between Goldberg and Evolution. The one thing I don’t like however that I don’t think you addressed, is the fact that it is for the number one contendership. So he has to defeat all three guys. What happens if someone from Evolution wins, do they get it?
Never mind my whole ramp. Berg kicking out of the cutter aka RKO….a bit of a surprise if you ask me. Nonetheless it was still a good match with Berg picking the win up and Evolution not looking not that weak, even though they lost to one guy.

Ahhh the strange bedfellows match. I liked how it completely failed as it should. Jericho escaping through the crowd from Nash very good even with the little jab at Nash you wrote.

Rock/Hurricane was not a surprise tbh. You know Steiner is the type of guy who doesn’t take shit from anyone and he proved it here costing Rock the match as Hurricane gets a second win on the Rock. Steiner/Rock feud can be really good, and I hope you are pushing towards that direction.

AMW I don’t know much about. I know they were originally TNA otherwise I dunno. Good luck with them.

Much like MJ said a few post above me I was very surprised to see the title change, even if it is a special edition of Raw, however Booker/Goldberg wouldn’t have made much sense. The writing was great one of my favorite matches to read. Like many it seems Booker is out of the equation for now. Really looking forward to Goldberg/Trips.

Overall I really enjoyed this show. Raw Roulettes are always fun to write/read, and this was a great read. Most of your booking decisions made sense, with many intriguing matches. The Hurricane promo with the Rock was golden. My only problem was the hair vs. hair match, but it’s not really a problem just something I really didn’t like. Otherwise great job .
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Cool opening video in terms of highlighting last year's Raw Roulette. Gives more of an impression as to what fans have in store for tonight. I wasn't watching wrestling at this point in time, but why have I never seen that blindfold match before? Anyway, was nice to see something a little different to kick off the big night.

Nothing really to fault here, Trips was pretty solid, with a few good lines. Booker was crazy hard to read, no surprises you had HHH say he couldn't understand him, I was struggling myself. Although pinocchio ass was full of win, that seemed to be one of the few lines Booker had in reply. Trips definitly came out of this better. Smart to have Bischoff break things up, as any confrontation between the two before their match would be overkill. Was a pretty standard confrontation, but it did it's job of hyping the main event.

Wow, dumpster match? Don't see them very often. Some cool spots throughout the match, especially that Van Terminator. That sounded brutal, although I'd have liked one last big move to properly finish off Storm other than the baking sheet. Apart from that, a solid match and good win for the champions.

Lol @ pipe on a pole. The interaction between Bischoff and Steiner was fine, was pretty short and sweet. Although typical Bischoff to wait until Steiner had left to then try get his own back.

Meh at Henry, the whole of T'n'B would have been more interesting. Seemed a decent little match, especially between two not so great workers. Not sure why Teddy Long was distracting Jack Doan as The Rock made his appearance. Are these 'On A Pole' matches not no DQ? Anyway, Rocky making his move gets him some heat back after what happened between him and Steiner last week, and it keeps their feud ticking over.

at the The Rock and Hurricane. That was really good, well written and pretty funny too. Highlight of the show so far imo.

Not a huge fan of the hair v hair stip. It's a pretty big deal to shave a chicks head, and you've just kinda brought it out fo nowhere. And I can't even remember any previous allusions to it from either women that could mean the match would make sense by having the wheel coincidently land on that. And then for the actual shaving to happen during the commercial? Really not a fan of how you handled this tbh. Lowlight of the show so far imo.

Another nice bit of hype from Hunter and the gang. Goldberg being on the game's mind means that either The Berg wins tonight and so does Hunter, or Hunter screws Goldberg into defeat and Goldberg somehow gets pay back in the main event. Either way, these two seem destined to go at it pretty soon.

A New Age Outlaws reference? Really?

The gauntlet match was pretty well written, although I'm surprised at the order of elimination. Would have thought Batista would have went first, with the powerhouse looking to soften up Goldberg before the others got involved. Anyway, Goldberg came out of this looking great, Evolution weren't left looking great but not too bad either, and going by my earlier statement, I guess this means Trips in winning the gold tonight.

Pretty solid booking here. Liked the stipulation, and the fact that it was a quick match, as neither team would have wanted to work all that well together. Test getting the win could lead to him getting a title shot, and Nash and Jerciho continued to tick along. Real solid, nothing to fault here.

Seemed a pretty one sided afair which is fair enough as Helms really isn't in Rocky's league right now. Nice bit of payback for Steiner, with both men suffering defeats tonight, and you could probably build Hurricane into something decent now off the back of this.

AMW? Ruck fealism, amirite?

Big time main event, especially if you do have Booker quit. It's not a particularly face friendly stipulation, so be interesting to see how you handle it. The psychology of The Game working the leg and then it being involved in the finish was nice, as it was a real theme throughout the match. Booker is gonna have to take some time off after this imo to really sell the effects of the match and the fact he had to quit, otherwise this won't be as impactful when looking back.

Overall, a big time show that certainly had some big time moments. The main event was handled well in that it wasn't a great stipulation for a face to loose on, but like I said if Booker disappears for a while it should be fine. As I said, really didn't like the way the divas action went down, that was too big a stip for the situation imo. Apart from that, it was another good show.
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Thanks for all the feedback guys I'll be getting as much back as I can over the next couple of days, anyways, here's a SmackDown! preview. SD! will be recapped this month seeing as RAW has the PPV upcoming. Recap up sometime tomorrow imo.



WWE SmackDown! Preview for 5/22/03


The Greensboro Coliseum will be packed as the superstars of SmackDown! roll into Greensboro with the fallout from Judgment Day surely to take center stage

Brock Lesnar retained his WWE Championship in a back and forth match with The Undertaker after hitting a second F5 to Big Evil. With Lesnar still the man on SmackDown, who will be next to step up to the plate? In recent weeks, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Big Show and of course Kurt Angle have all voiced their intentions to go after the big prize, and you can be sure The Undertaker won't take the loss to Lesnar as the final nail in his opportunity coffin

Speaking of Steve Austin and Kurt Angle, the two went all out in a fantastic wrestling match that showed Stone Cold is far from over the hill as Kurt Angle had alluded to. Kurt ended up picking up the victory in controversial circumstances, what will happen tonight and will either man affect the WWE Title picture?

Chris Benoit retained his US Title in a classic with close friend Eddie Guerrero. With plenty of superstars hungry for gold, will the Rabid Wolverine have a new challenger emerge?

Also, Team Angle managed to retain their WWE Tag Team Titles against The APA, as Shelton Benjamin took advantage of Bradshaw being clobbered with one of the title belts to pin him for the 3 count. With the Acolytes surely in a foul mood about what went down at Judgment Day, will Team Angle feel the wrath of two ticked off powerhouses?

All this plus Rey Mysterio, John Cena, Matt Hardy and much more on SmackDown! this Thursday night on UPN
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To be honest, a lot of people don't like the idea of Stone Cold Steve Austin as champion in a thread based in 2003. I am not one of these people, if you want to throw the strap on him, or at least have him in the title picture I say go for it, although I think you should wait until after Summerslam. Anyway, Angle is the man, so I really want him to get another crack at Lesnar, but I think you're saving round two for Summerslam. Absolutely nothing has been announced for the show, which means I'm expecting some good promos throughout.

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WWE SmackDown!
5/22/03
Greensboro Coliseum
Greensboro; North Carolina


We get a highlights package from Judgment Day which shows Matt Hardy managing to retain his Cruiserweight title after Shannon Moore & Crash Holly distracted the ref and Billy Kidman, allowing Hardy to put Kidman down with the Twist Of Fate. It then shows John Cena pinning Rey with an FU, Mike Awesome putting Rhyno through a table with the Awesome Bomb, Haas hitting Bradshaw with the tag title and pinning him, Benoit making Eddie tap out, Kurt Angle stealing the win over Austin by holding the ropes and finally Brock Lesnar hitting an F5 on Undertaker to retain the WWE Title

*Opening Video*

*PYRO*


The camera pans around the arena before fixating on Cole & Tazz


*MEDAL*

Hits bringing the crowd alive with big heat as Kurt Angle, Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas make their way down to the ring, all looking smug with how things went on Sunday at Judgment Day. Shelton gets on the mic first and says he and Charlie Haas proved they are the best, beating The APA and showing that Bradshaw & Faarooq should stick to card games and drinking beer. Charlie Haas says he's heard people claim they didn't win fairly, but Haas says those people are morons. Heat. Haas says they out wrestled and out thought The APA and all that matters is they're still the champs. Kurt Angle now takes over and says he beat Austin last night, just as he promised. Angle says Austin was lucky to last as long as he did with Kurt, because Angle wasn't feeling 100% on Sunday. Angle claims he had food poisoning, and it affected his performance. Crowd chants "Bullshit". Angle says there's no way Austin's crippled ass would last 10 minutes with Kurt Angle if Angle was fully fit. Kurt Angle says that after beating Austin, and Undertaker losing to Brock Lesnar, he thinks it's only fair that Kurt is rewarded with a WWE Championship opportunity, because nobody else deserves to have one after what happened at Judgment Day when

*GLASS SHATTERS*

The crowd goes nuts as Stone Cold walks out on stage, mic in hand as the ovation is deafening for Austin. Stone Cold says he was sitting out the back, having a beer, having another beer and listening to 3 guys spout the biggest load of crap he's ever heard! Pop. Steve Austin says Kurt Angle found out that the Rattlesnake's still got venom in him, because Kurt had to cheat to get the win. Angle scoffs, saying he pinned Austin for a 3 count, and that's a win. Kurt Angle says he's proved he deserves a title shot. Austin says he's proved he's an idiot. Austin says Kurt's 3 I's can now stand for Inept, Idiotic and Insane. Crowd erupts. Angle fumes. Stone Cold says Kurt Angle doesn't deserve a title shot, but he damn sure deserves an ass whoopin'. Angle dares Stone Cold to come to the ring and Austin obliges and the fight is on! Austin rocks all three members of Team Angle with right hands but the numbers game quickly catches up on him and Team Angle start putting the boots to Austin as the crowd boos

*PROTECTION*

Bradshaw & Faarooq make a beeline to the ring to a big pop from the fans as they come to Stone Cold's aid and the faces clean house on the heels to a huge cheer from the fans. Austin thanks The APA for their help as the faces stand tall, and Team Angle retreat up the ramp

*ALL GROWN UP*

The General Manager Stephanie McMahon walks out on stage and announces tonight's main event will be Stone Cold & The APA vs Team Angle in a Six Man Tag match! Crowd loves it. Angle asks Steph what about his title shot. Stephanie replies, saying "What title shot?" to a huge pop which leaves Kurt fuming as we cut to a commercial break

-Commercials-

We return from the break and find The Full Blooded Italians in the ring. Nunzio is captaining a team huddle as Palumbo & Stamboli listen to their bosses words

"VIVA LA RAZA"
*LIE, CHEAT & STEAL*


The crowd gives a big pop as Eddie & Chavo, Los Guerreros, make their way out. The Guerreros play to the fans on their way to the ring, looking to put disappointing results at Judgment Day behind them tonight


Match 1
Tag Team Match
Los Guerreros vs The F.B.I. w/Nunzio

It's a decent opening contest as Eddie & Chavo look to put their disappointing results from Judgment Day behind them. After a nice start with Los Guerreros all over The FBI, Chavo charges at Stamboli who elevates him over the top rope, but Chavo is able to land on his feet, but Nunzio trips him off the apron, with Chavo's jaw smacking off the apron. As Stamboli distracts the ref, Chuck Palumbo WHIPS CHAVO HARD INTO THE RING POST, and the heels isolate Chavo from his uncle Eddie and begin to pick apart the younger Guerrero. Stamboli & Palumbo tag in and out, going through the "How to be a heel team in a tag match" playbook as they use the tag rope to choke Chavo and taunt Eddie and draw him into the ring, allowing Palumbo to stomp Chavo in the balls. After a few minutes of isolation, Chavo manages to score with an Enzuigiri on Palumbo! Palumbo tags out to Stamboli and Chavo HOT TAGS EDDIE!

Eddie comes in and ducks a shot from Johnny Stamboli before taking The Bull down with a clothesline. Stamboli gets back up and Eddie drops him with a Dropkick, then sees Chuck Palumbo charging in and elevates him over the shoulder, out over the top rope to the floor! Stamboli gets back to his feet and clubs Eddie from behind, then goes for a Back Suplex, but Eddie flips out of it and takes him down with a Falling Neckbreaker! Cover 1...2..kickout. Eddie gets Stamboli up and rocks him with right hands, then goes to whip him to the ropes, but it's countered by the stronger Johnny Stamboli, however Eddie comes back with a Jumping Calf Kick, taking Stamboli down. Eddie now hops onto the apron and looks for the Slingshot Hilo...BUT NUNZIO GRABS HIS LEG AND EDDIE CRASHES ONTO THE ROPES! Chavo has seen this and comes flying with a CORKSCREW ATTACK out onto Nunzio to a pop from the fans, but in the ring Chuck Palumbo joins Johnny Stamboli and they plant Eddie with the ARRIVEDERCI! Stamboli covers as Palumbo goes outside and takes out Chavo with a clothesline 1...2...3!
Winners @ 7:21 - The F.B.I.
The crowd jeers as The Full Blooded Italians steal a win over the masters of doing so and re-group on the ramp, as Chavo slides into the ring and helps Eddie up, with the Guerreros pointing to The FBI and talking trash back at them


-Commercials-

We return from the break and Torrie Wilson is standing by with Mattitude. Torrie asks Matt how it feels to have retained the Cruiserweight title against the odds at Judgment Day, when no one gave him a chance of doing so? Matt Hardy says it's all the sweeter a victory seeing as everyone had written him off. Hardy says ever since he became the Cruiserweight champion he's not got the respect he deserves. Torrie asks if maybe that's anything to do with the fact he's always got help from Moore & Crash, which angers Matt Hardy, saying he doesn't need them for him to win, which Moore & Crash nod to like good servants. Billy Kidman overhears this however and walks into the picture, and challenges Matt to back up his words and face him tonight for the CW title. Matt Hardy laughs it off, saying he was figuratively speaking but Stephanie McMahon arrives on the scene and says Kidman had a good idea. Steph says if Matt Hardy wants the respect of his peers, he needs to earn it and he can start by beating Kidman tonight in a non title match. Steph says to make sure Moore & Crash don't worry about coming to the ring because they'll be banned from ringside and she's booked them in a tag team match tonight anyways. Steph also says should Billy Kidman win tonight, then he'll get a shot at the Cruiserweight title. McMahon walks off leaving Mattitude and Hardy especially, flabbergasted

*TURN IT UP*

The crowd comes alive with a nice face pop as Rikishi saunters to the ring. Big Kish gets into the ring and plays to the crowd

*BASIC THUGANOMICS*

John Cena makes his way out on stage to heat from the fans, mic in hand


Cena: So after a big victory on Pay Per View
John Cena's been shafted to wrestling you? {points to Rikishi}
Look at you Kish, you're so huge it makes me sick
Didn't I see you as Fat Bastard in the newest Austin Powers flick?

Man I still get the dry heaves when I see your cottage cheese
Do yourself a favour and stay away from those calories
Rikishi, you ever heard of this thing called a diet?
It really works big man, I think you outta try it

This match could be tough for you, having to move around
Don't sweat it big man, just sweat out some pounds
See Kish, on the mic, I never start to flounder
I just ate you up like you eat up them quarter pounders!

WORD LIFE

Match 2
Singles Match
Rikishi vs John Cena

Rikishi uses his weight advantage to stay on top of Cena, with the Doctor of Thuganomics having to resort to hit and run tactics as Big Kish proves too heavy when Cena attempts to scoop him up. Cena lures Rikishi to the outside of the ring and plays possum, as Rikishi closes in, Cena pulls Rikishi down into the steel steps. Cena keeps Rikishi grounded with a Sleeper hold but Kish refuses to give in as he powers back to his feet, shoves Cena into the ropes and scores with a Samoan Drop on the return! Rikishi fights back with right hands, rocking Cena, then scoops him up for the RIKISHI DRIVER...but Cena slips out the back and drives Rikishi sternum first into the corner! Cena tees off on him with right hands, then backs off and looks to come in with a Body Splash, but Rikishi moves and Cena goes chest first onto the top buckle! Cena staggers around into a Superkick from Rikishi, which takes Cena off his feet, into the bottom of the corner. The crowd comes alive as Kish raises the roof and then delivers the STINKFACE to Cena! Rikishi walks out and re-adjusts his trunks then comes back to bring Cena up, but in an impressive show of strength John Cena gets underneath and loads Big Kish up and plants him with the FU! Cover 1...2...3!
Winner @ 4:28 - John Cena
Cena gets the win and after feverishly wiping away the smell of the Stinkface, taunts the fans with another impressive win. Cena then bends over and talks some trash to Rikishi, giving him the You Can't See Me treatment before exiting the ring and throwing up the double clutch


*Video Plays*

A solitary figure in black stands in the middle of a very dimly lit ring. The figure doesn't move, and doesn't say a word as the single light that is shining over him flickers on and off, and then a loud bang is heard, like a thunderous clap, as the feed cuts, and the following words are displayed on the screen in white

Shadows hide his appearance
The noise masks his presence
In the dark, he's there, watching
Nearing the time, patiently
Get ready, he's coming

The black screen engulfs the words and then a white flash comes and goes, wiping away the black, as the screen shows a video of a dark, stormy night setting as (presumably) the same figure, still completely un-identifiable, walks into view again, head dropped, looking to the ground. A loud "cawww" is heard as a crow flies over the figure. The figure then slowly begins to raise it's head when another white flash hits the screen and the video cuts out altogether

*Video Ends*


-Commercials-

We return from the break and find Chris Kanyon standing in the ring with a mic in hand, his music fading away. Kanyon says the fact he wasn't on the Judgment Day card is an injustice to his legions of fans. Heat. Kanyon says how can Stephanie McMahon expect SmackDown!'s new hero {more heat} to sit backstage and have all the SmackDown! fans deprived of their saviour? Kanyon says it's nothing short of a travesty, but he's here now to ease all the anxiety. The crowd starts chanting "Kanyon sucks" but Kanyon says they're doing it wrong, and tries to lead them in a "Kanyon! Kanyon! Kanyon!" chant which gets the crowd adding "Sucks!" on every time. Kanyon blows it off and says they'll pick it up soon enough because their new hero is about to claim victory here

*KAIENTAI*

To little fanfare, SmackDown!'s number one announcer Funaki makes his way to the ring. Funaki slaps hands with the fans at ringside before entering the ring


Match 3
Singles Match
Funaki vs Chris Kanyon

Funaki puts up a decent fight but this match is all about building Kanyon from a total jobber to a credible midcarder, and after countering the speed of Funaki, Kanyon dominates the match. Funaki mounts a brief comeback and manages to hit a Reverse DDT and cover 1...2...Kanyon gets a shoulder up! Funaki grabs Kanyon and takes him to the corner, setting up for the Tornado DDT, but Kanyon counters and takes Funaki off the middle rope with the KANYON KUTTER! Chris Kanyon makes the elementary cover 1...2...3!
Winner @ 2:59 - Chris Kanyon
Kanyon has his hand raised and he basks in the supposed adulation of the crowd, which really is just a bunch of heat for the cocky superstar. Kanyon continues to milk his win as he heads to the back


We go backstage now and Bradshaw & Faarooq are in their office when into the frame walks STONE COLD! The crowd goes wild as Austin has an esky in hand and says they need to prepare for their match tonight, and he's brought some brainstorming fuel. The APA offer Austin a cigar which the Rattlesnake accepts as we fade to a break

-Commercials-

We return from the break and find the ring empty as Cole & Tazz begin discussing the upcoming matches of Kidman/Hardy and the main event of Austin/APA vs Team Angle. They also mention that Mattitude will be in action too when

*HERE COMES THE PAIN*

Hits and the crowd erupts with a big pop as the WWE Champion Brock Lesnar heads out on stage, bobbing up and down. Lesnar snaps out of his trance and marches to the ring, taking a mic and entering the squared circle. Brock stands in the ring as the crowd cheers for him. Brock says on Sunday, he got pushed to the limit. Lesnar says The Undertaker took him to a new level, that he had to dig deeper than he's ever had to before to win that match. Lesnar says The Undertaker now has his respect. Brock says despite all that, he's still the man and he won, just like he said he would. Crowd starts a "Lesnar" chant. Brock says he proved to everyone he's the best around today, he beat a man that so very few have beaten, and he's done it twice. Brock Lesnar paces back and forth, mulling his next words over when

"WELLLLLLL, WELL IT'S THE BIG SHOW"
*BIG*


The Big Show & A-Train make their way out from the back. The mammoth on and off again partners stand on the ramp and Big Show has a mic in hand. Big Show says he's sick of Brock Lesnar coming out here and bigging himself up. Big Show says he and A-Train are even more pissed off they were left off Judgment Day, and now they're out here to make an impact and send a message to Stephanie McMahon. Brock Lesnar says he's not scared and tells them to bring it on. Crowd starts chanting "Shave Your Back" at A-Train who threatens them to shut up. Big Show says Lesnar's never been known for making wise decisions and reminds Brock of all the destruction he's caused to Lesnar since he came to SmackDown! Brock says he's waiting for them to bring their asses to the ring to a huge cheer. Show tells Brock he just verbally signed his death warrant as Show & A-Train storm the ring and Lesnar takes A-Train down with a clothesline, then rocks Big Show with right hands and rebounds off the rope, taking Show down with a Flying Clothesline! Brock gets back up and A-TRAIN NEARLY TAKES HIS HEAD OFF WITH A BICYCLE KICK! The crowd "Oh's" at that as Lesnar goes down and now Big Show gets to his feet, furious Brock got the better of him and the two men begin dissecting the WWE Champion. Big Show finally grabs Brock Lesnar with a goozle and lifts him up into the air for the SHOWSTOPPER...BUT THE UNDERTAKER IS CHARGING TO THE RING! Taker slides in and A-Train comes for him, but Taker has it scouted and elevates Train over his shoulder, A-Train going over the ropes to the outside. Big Show lets go of Lesnar and swings at Taker who ducks under and then starts laying into Show with his trademark soup bones! Taker has Show reeling back towards the ropes and then clotheslines the 500 pounder out to the floor! Taker turns around INTO A-TRAIN WHO PLANTS HIM WITH THE DERAILER! A-Train leans over talking trash to Taker but Brock Lesnar has recovered and spins A-Train around, loads him up for the F5...BUT BIG SHOW GOOZLES LESNAR AND PLANTS HIM WITH THE SHOWSTOPPER! We cut to a commercial with Show & Train standing tall over both Lesnar and Taker

-Commercials-

We come back and are shown the replay of The Big Show & A-Train attacking Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker attempting to make the save, and being layed out next to the WWE Champion. Cole & Tazz discuss what could come of this when

*LIVE FOR THE MOMENT*

Hits to heat as Shannon Moore & Crash Holly, the Mattitude Followers, make their way to the ring. Without their leader by their side, they don't exude their usual confidence as they get into the ring and await their opponents

*619*

The crowd pops as Rey Mysterio leaps out on stage from behind his pyro set and starts pumping up the fans. Rey slaps hands with the fans at ringside on his way down to the ring and waits for his tag partner at the foot of the ramp

*WHATEVER*

Chris Benoit walks out to a huge pop from the crowd. Benoit holds up the US Title and then heads to the ring to join his partner Rey Mysterio tonight


Match 4
Tag Team Match
Chris Benoit & Rey Mysterio vs Mattitude

In what's really just a vehicle to get the US Champion some air time tonight and help Rey get over the loss to John Cena at Judgment Day, the faces dominate the majority of the exchanges, until Rey gets isolated and Mattitude attempt to pick him apart, but he's able to counter a double team move with a Double DDT, driving both Moore and Crash head first to the mat. Mysterio is willed on by the noise of the crowd and tags in Benoit who runs through both Moore and Crash with clotheslines, then takes Crash down with a Snap Suplex, before ducking a swinging right from Moore and taking him down with a German Suplex! Benoit keeps the lock on and drops Moore twice more to complete the trifecta. Benoit makes the cut throat taunt and looks to head upstairs but Crash attacks him from behind. Crash goes to whip Benoit to the ropes, but Benoit counters it, then drops under the oncoming Crash on the rebound as REY COMES FLYING FROM THE APRON WITH A SPRINGBOARD DROPKICK TAKING CRASH OUT! The crowd erupts as Shannon Moore gets to his feet and hits Benoit with a right hand then goes for a Suplex, but Benoit blocks it and takes Moore down into the CROSSFACE! The crowd erupts and Shannon Moore doesn't take long to tap out and give Benoit & Rey the win!
Winners @ 5:18 - Chris Benoit & Rey Mysterio
Benoit & Rey have their hands raised and then hug it out in a great show of friendship. The duo continue to play to the crowd as we cut backstage


We are in Steph McMahon's office when in barges Brock Lesnar, furious with what happened earlier. Brock demands a match next week and before Stephanie can say anything The Undertaker barges in also saying he wants some revenge. Stephanie says next week, Brock Lesnar will take on The Big Show and The Undertaker will take on A-Train. Both men have an uneasy face off with Brock saying he appreciates what Taker did, but he doesn't need Undertaker to be his guardian angel and storms off in a rage with Taker's gaze following him

-Commercials-

WWE Bad Blood Promo
Live from the Compaq Center
Houston; Texas
Theme Music: "Trapt - Headstrong"


*YOU CAN RUN*

The crowd pops as Billy Kidman makes his way down to the ring. Kidman, the unlucky one who got pinned at Judgment Day by Hardy after interference from Mattitude, has a great chance to redeem it tonight and he knows this as he fires up the crowd

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*LIVE FOR THE MOMENT*


Matt Hardy comes out without his usual cocky entrance, with no backup tonight. Hardy throws up the V1 symbol and his Cruiserweight title, and makes some threat towards Kidman who's motioning to Hardy to bring it


Match 5
Non Title; If Billy Kidman wins, he gets a Cruiserweight Title shot
Mattitude are banned from ringside
Billy Kidman vs Matt Hardy

Kidman shows tremendous hunger after being the unfortunate one to be pinned at Judgment Day as he takes it to Matt Hardy in the early going, with Version 1 in all sorts of trouble. Hardy rolls out of the ring to escape Kidman but BK goes airborne with a VAULTING BODY PRESS out onto Matt and then unloads with right hands on the Cruiserweight Champion. Kidman sends Matt back into the ring and Hardy backs off the rampant Kidman, but as Billy comes for him, Hardy grabs him and pulls him shoulder first into the ringpost! From here on Hardy works over Kidman's left shoulder, hitting an Armbar DDT and then applying a Fujiwara Armbar. Kidman battles out of the hold and rocks Hardy with a flurry of rights, but Matt Hardy then counters a clothesline from Kidman and plants him with the Side Effect! Cover 1...2...kickout. Hardy goes back to working over the arm of Kidman for a while longer, but after hitting a Scoop Slam and climbing up to the ropes, he taunts the fans for too long and leaps off looking for the Leg Drop but Billy Kidman rolls away and Hardy crashes and burns! Kidman, spurred on by the crowd, battles back with rights to Hardy, then shoots him to the ropes and connects with a dropkick square on the jaw of Hardy! Kidman exits onto the apron and comes back in, hitting a Slingshot Leg Drop to Matt and covering 1...2...kickout from Hardy. Kidman gets Matt back up and attempts to whip him to the ropes, but Hardy counters and pulls Billy into a boot and goes for the TWIST OF FATE...but Kidman shoves Hardy away, and then both men take each other down with a dual clothesline! As the two slowly get back to their feet, the crowd starts making some noise as TAJIRI has slid into the ring. Nick Patrick starts telling him he can't be here but the Japanese Buzzsaw pays no attention and as the two men are getting to their feet TAJIRI SPRAYS THE
GREEN MIST IN THE FACE OF MATT HARDY! The crowd pops for that but Tajiri quickly snaps around and SMACKS KIDMAN WITH THE BUZZSAW KICK! The impact is huge as Kidman goes out like a light and Nick Patrick calls for a double DQ
No Contest @ 6:34
The crowd boos Tajiri as he gets that crazed squint come across his face. Matt Hardy is stumbling around like a mad man as Nick Patrick goes to hand V1 his Cruiserweight title, Tajiri yanks it from the ref's grasp and BLASTS HARDY OVER THE HEAD WITH IT! Tajiri then holds the belt, looking down at it with a possessed look in his eyes. Mattitude run down to defend their leader which causes Tajiri to scamper, but he's made his impact tonight


Backstage now and Josh Matthews is standing by with Mike Awesome who's selling the effects of his ECW Rules match well, with some stitches in his forehead and a cast on his right arm. Matthews asks Awesome after the grueling ECW Rules match with Rhyno at Judgment Day, how he's travelling? Mike Awesome says despite how he looks, he feels good. Awesome says atleast unlike Rhyno, he was able to make it here tonight for SmackDown! Heat for that. Mike Awesome says he's not scheduled to wrestle tonight but he says he'll be good to go next week, and he's got one thing in mind now that he's put Rhyno in his place, and that's the United States Championship. Awesome says Benoit better watch his back, coz he's gonna take that US Title off him and ends his spiel by saying "Now that, that's Awesome!"

-Commercials-

*MEDAL*

The crowd erupts with huge heat as Team Angle make their way out. Kurt Angle leads the trio and they pause on the ramp as Angle let's his pyro fly as he points to the sky, before they continue on to the ring as the crowd chants along "You Suck" as usual

*PROTECTION*

The APA head to the ring getting a big pop from the fans. Team Angle scatter to the outside as the intimidating team of Bradshaw & Faarooq enter the ring and mount a buckle each, raising their hands in the air

*GLASS SHATTERS*

The crowd EXPLODES with an awesome ovation as Stone Cold heads to the ring, BMF walk in full swing as he talks trash on his way down. Stone Cold climbs to all four corners of the ring and salutes the fans


Match 6
Main Event
6 Man Tag Team Match
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin & The APA vs Team Angle

With the crowd in ridiculously hot form, the main event doesn't let them down as Austin opens up a can of whoop ass on Charlie Haas, and then on Shelton Benjamin as he's tagged in. Austin slaps an arm wringer on Shelton and tags in Bradshaw who clubs Benji over the back, then shoots him to the ropes and takes him down with a Mountain Bomb! Cover 1...2.kickout. Bradshaw man handles Shelton into the corner and tees off with right hands, then a knife edge chop. Bradshaw whips him to the ropes and knocks Shelton over with a big shoulder block. Benji tries to tag out but Bradshaw grabs him by the leg and brings him up to a vertical base, only for Shelton to score with the Dragon Whip! The smack on Bradshaw's jaw echoes around the arena and Shelton tags in Kurt Angle who rocks Bradshaw with right hands, then rebounds off the ropes right into a Big Boot! Faarooq gets the tag now and whips Angle to the ropes and takes him down with a High Angle Powerslam! Cover 1...2.kickout.
Simmons gets Angle up and hits him with a right hand, then gut wrenches Kurt up looking for the DOMINATOR...BUT SHELTON GETS INTO THE RING AND SCORES WITH A SUPERKICK ON THE JAW OF FAAROOQ! Charles Robinson doesn't see this however coz he's busy restraining Austin & Bradshaw who protest what's happened to no avail. Angle takes Faarooq over to Team Angle's corner and unloads on him with right hands, wearing Simmons out, then decides it's time to distract Robinson as Shelton uses the tag rope to choke Faarooq whilst Charlie Haas gets in and places a series of kicks to the gut.

From here it's Team Angle picking Faarooq apart as we cut to the last commercial break of the night and return to find Kurt Angle grounding Faarooq with an Overhead Belly To Belly Suplex, and then locking in a Rear Naked Choke with a body scissors. Bradshaw begins clapping as Austin slaps the turnbuckle to get the crowd making some noise for Simmons, and the Acolyte begins to fight the hold as Angle can't stop him from getting to his feet. Faarooq fires a few elbows to Angle's midsection to get some separation and then loads Angle up and drops him with a Back Suplex! Both men down. Once again the crowd gets behind Faarooq and as Angle tags in Charlie Haas, FAAROOQ HOT TAGS IN STONE COLD! The crowd goes nuts as Austin flattens Haas with a clothesline, then another, then meets Shelton coming in with a right hand, taking him down. Austin grabs Haas and whips him to the ropes but Haas ducks under Austin's back elbow attempt, rebounds off the opposite side and comes back into the Lou Thesz Press! Austin fires the piston like rights then springs off the ropes and drops the Fuck You elbow! Cover 1...2..kickout. Austin gets to his feet and Shelton & Kurt attack Austin, which brings Bradshaw into the ring. Austin goes right for Angle as the two tumble out to the floor. Meanwhile in the ring Bradshaw gets taken down with a Swinging Neckbreaker from Shelton. Benjamin then mounts the top turnbuckle and leaps off, but Bradshaw catches him and hits the Fallaway Slam! Charlie Haas gets to his feet and grabs Bradshaw from behind and takes him down with a German Suplex! Ron Simmons now gets into the ring and Haas charges at him, but Faarooq plants him with the Spinebuster! Kurt Angle slides in now and plants Faarooq with the ANGLE SLAM! Angle takes down his straps and let's out a "Woo!" before locking on the ANKLE LOCK! Faarooq is in pain but luckily for him Stone Cold is quick to break it up, stomping Angle in the face! Austin drags Angle to the corner and stomps a mudhole in him. Stone Cold then brings Kurt up and goes for the STUNNER...Angle shoves Austin away into the ropes and goes for the ANGLE SLAM...Austin slips out the side and Angle turns around INTO THE STUNNER! Austin flips the bird to Angle but doesn't see Charlie Haas slide into the ring, tag title in hand and charge at Austin looking to take his head off, but Austin moves at the last second and Haas crashes into the turnbuckle, then turns around INTO A STUNNER ASWELL! Stone Cold covers Haas as Shelton attempts to make the save but BRADSHAW WIPES HIM OUT WITH THE CLOTHESLINE FROM HELL! Cover 1...2...3!
Winners @ 12:45 - "Stone Cold" Steve Austin & The APA
The crowd erupts as Stone Cold leads the faces to a big victory here. Kurt Angle looks ticked off on the outside as he pulls Charlie Haas out of the ring, and then Shelton. Team Angle retreat up the ramp as Stone Cold points the bird to Kurt who mouths back "this isn't over Austin!". Back in the ring, Stone Cold calls for some cold beer to celebrate as he and The APA down some Steverweisers to the delight of the crowd


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