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World Wrestling Entertainment: Patriot's Way


This is World Wrestling Entertainment – Patriot’s Way. I hope you all enjoy this Be The Booker, as I am very pleased to be returning. I enjoy writing, and I will continue to do so as long as my time allows. The rosters, storylines, and other aspects of this project will be fictitious, and not based on anything current. I have taken wrestlers I like, and molded something I will enjoy writing.

The day is March 31st, 2008 – World Wrestling Entertainment has just witnessed an amazing Wrestlemania 24. The night featured two incredible main events, and intense wrestling that kept fans at the Citrus Bowl on their feet.

Triple H did what he promised after winning the Royal Rumble. He and Evolution rolled into Wrestlemania with guns blazing, and Triple H managed to pin “Stone Cold” Steve Austin after a gut wrenching battle to capture his twelfth title. The contest saw both been bleed profusely, and an exhausted Triple H hit a Pedigree at the twenty-five minute mark to achieve victory.

Ric Flair, Randy Orton, and Batista also left Wrestlemania victorious, after Flair’s idea for an open challenge was answered by the Dudley Boys and Rob Van Dam. After resorting to underhanded tactics, Orton rolled up Van Dam after a low blow from Flair.

In the second Main Event of the evening, Kurt Angle defeated John “Bradshaw” Layfield to retain his WWE Championship. Angle and Layfield settled their long boiling dispute in the ring, as Angle forced Layfield to submit after nearly two minutes of the Ankle Lock.

In an epic battle that took place for the first time ever, Shawn Michaels outlasted The Rock as two of the greatest icons in the wrestling world went toe to toe. Michaels and The Rock exchanged move after move, but ultimately Michaels tuned up the band for the final time, delivering a deadly dose of Sweet Chin Music.

Christopher Daniels became Mr. Money in the Bank, beating his friend AJ Styles to the briefcase. Daniels will look to become a world champion, a goal he has been unable to accomplish as of yet. The Money in the Bank Match saw several ravaging exchanges. Twelve minutes into the contest, Bobby Lashley leaped from the top of one ladder, spearing Muhammad Hassan who was perched upon another. Both wrestlers fell to the ring below, and Hassan had to be removed via stretcher.

The rivalry between John Cena and Brock Lesnar came to a head at Wrestlemania in a Street Fight. After a brutal encounter that eventually moved into the corridors of the arena, Lesnar tossed Cena into an exposed group of power cables. Cena was electrocuted, and rushed to a hospital. His condition was termed “serious” the next morning.

United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter set out to further solidify his rising status by defeating The Undertaker at Wrestlemania, but the Phenom’s perfect record stayed true, after Porter experienced the Tombstone Piledriver.

In a fast-paced, tag-team battle, Kenta Kobayashi and Taka Michinoku defeated The Hardy Boys to claim their first tag-team titles. The extremely gifted Imperial Guard is undefeated since they joined forces in early November of last year, and the Hardy Boys saw their titles taken at the hands of a furious kick combination from Kenta and Taka.

General Manager: Vince McMahon
Executive Assistant: Shane McMahon
Broadcast Team: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Backstage Reporters: Todd Grisham & Stacy Kiebler

AJ Styles
Alex Shelley
Big Show
Booker T
Boris Alexiev
Brother Devon
Brother Ray
Chris Masters
Chris Sabin
Christopher Daniels
Hardcore Holly
Randy Orton
Ric Flair
Rob Van Dam
Samoa Joe
Shawn Michaels
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin
The Rock
Tommy Dreamer
Triple H
Vladimir Kozlov
William Regal

Tag-Teams / Stables
Evolution: Triple H & Batista & Randy Orton & Ric Fair
The Dudley Boys: Brother Devon & Brother Ray
The KGB: Boris Alexiev & Vladimir Kozlov
The Motor City Machine Guns: Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin

WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Triple H
WWE Intercontinental Champion: Randy Orton
WWE World Tag-Team Champions: Batista & Ric Flair

General Manager: Teddy Long
Broadcast Team: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Backstage Reporters: Mick Foley & Maria

Bobby Lashley
Brian Kendrick
Brock Lesnar
Charlie Haas
Chavo Guererro
Jamie Noble
Jay Lethal
Jeff Hardy
John “Bradshaw” Layfield
John Cena
Kenta Kobayashi
Kimbo Slice
Kurt Angle
Matt Hardy
Mark Jindrak
Montel Vontavious Porter
Muhammad Hassan
Orlando Jordon
Paul London
Petey Williams
Rey Mysterio
Sheik Abdul Bashir
Shelton Benjamin
Steve Richards
Taka Michinoku

Tag-Teams / Stables
Team Angle: Kurt Angle & Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin
The Arab Alliance: Muhammad Hassan & Sheik Abdul Bashir
The Cabinet: John “Bradshaw” Layfield & Orlando Jordon & Tomko
The Hardy Boys: Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy
The Hooligans: Paul London & Brian Kendrick
The Imperial Guard: Kenta Kobayashi & Taka Michinoku

WWE Champion: Kurt Angle
WWE United States Champion: Montel Vontavious Porter
WWE Tag-Team Champions: Kenta Kobayashi & Taka Michinoku
WWE Cruiserweight Champion: Petey Williams

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friend. - John 15:13

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