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Old 04-04-2010, 12:26 PM   #131 (permalink)
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I was really impressed with the Raw you posted and I've been looking forward to this.

Nice recap and well described in good detail, which was important to hype up the title rematch at No Way Out. You really have done a good job with Mark Henry by the looks of it, and I for one would love to see him use the Pounce. Props to you for adding that to his locker as it would be immense. "But as we learnt last week, that’s not all these is to it." Just be careful with things like that, but it was a good build up to the show. It does appear you've left it late to confirm the Mysterio/Kennedy match for No Way Out, and the world title match was announced a week before. That's a bit surprising. The main event looks promising though for sure.

The opening promo was really good, especially when you consider it featured Batista & Mark Henry. The story telling side of it was great too with a lot of emphasis being placed on how Batista has managed to handle everything Henry's thrown at him, and that come No Way Out, The Animal will be unleashed. The honesty and frankness you get from Batista's promo as a face came over very well as it was all believable. Henry's threatening words also added to it so that it wasn't all about Batista, and he certainly sounded menacing to make us question Batista's chances. Bringing Orton in to the mix was a wise move to stir the pot slightly as we all know his intentions are always questionable to say the least. He did a good job of trying to sway us in believing him, but it's Orton. Putting him in to the match tonight is also smart as it adds a bit more intrigue in to that match, and we can get a glimpse of his motives before No Way Out. That itself could add more excitement to the title clash if something dodgy goes down. A very good start to the show my man.

You chose a good choice of match to start the show, and it delivered. Matt & Moore worked well together, and The Mexicools added to it to make the victory more impressive for Matt & Shannon. The most important part of the segment was obviously the MNM attack and the challengers coming back with Moore looking very good. He needed to look more credible as everyone would be looking at Hardy. The promo was a nice touch too. "Let that preview of what’s to come this Sunday", but again be careful and read things through a couple of times before you post it.

I loved the recap you did of the Kid Kash/Juventud program. It's all been set up well for Juve's return, but again another match has been left until the last minute to be announced for No Way Out. Teddy Long definitely left Kash in no uncertain terms that his back's against the wall come No Way Out, and it was good to see him put Kash in his place and lay down the law. Good recap and a good promo.

I'm running out of positive words now, so I'll just say I thought the promo from Lashley was very good. It set up the attempted ambush well, and it was good to see Lashley put up a good fight until Finlay rightly got him from behind. I didn't expect the impromptu appearance from Londrick, but it built up what was to come next well. You've definitely left it late to make some matches for No Way Out. I'm not sure what to make of that, and I'd also prefer to have seen the tag match separate from Lashley & Finlay and have two matches at the pay-per-view. It looks more like a TV match on a pay-per-view with the pay-per-view match on TV. The match itself was enjoyable, and you did a good job of bringing back the Londrick of 2006. That was an impressive win for them, but still would rather have seen this at No Way Out. Having seen this, it's hard to get excited about the six man when you could just have Lashley/Finlay. It looks like Finlay will find a way to beat Lashley by pinning either London or Kendrick and that the PPV match was designed just to do that.

Awesome interview from Kennedy, simply brilliant. It captured Kennedy's arrogance really well, and the angry side of him mixed in also made it more intense. There was no doubt he was going to accept the challenge, and by giving him a bit more time than you would see usually in an interview, it makes him stand out more. His push appears to be going well. You can add a win against Mysterio to that once No Way Out is over and done with.

The promo between Booker & Benoit was at a high standard just like all the others so far. I've never been a big Booker T fan and I thought maybe his part of the promo went on a bit. I got the message and it went round in circles for a while before Benoit came out. I liked Benoit's character and when he accused Booker of being a sucka. That set up Booker's trademark perfectly, but I'm really not getting in to the match with Orlando Jordan at No Way Out. Why have you left all the announcements to the last minute anyway? Putting that to the side, I don't see why you chose to go with this match for No Way Out when it seemed more appropriate to have it there and then. Given the history with Jordan, it's not a match we'd want to pay to see. Booker's role adds a bit of appeal, but not that much to excite me in to ordering the pay-per-view. The booking of this feud makes sense and I like the idea, but I'd definitely prefer to have seen this on TV instead of Londrick/Bluebloods with the tag match & Finlay/Lashley being at No Way Out instead.

JBL's promo was exceptional as most of his promos were. You've clearly got his character down to a tee, and you made his accomplishment in destroying The Undertaker recently stand out. The tag match tonight and his match with Taker was also sold well. With The Boogeyman there, I fully expect JBL to beat him going in to No Way Out.

Juve picked up an impressive win going in to No Way Out, made even better with Kash sat at ringside to watch so that he sees he's in for real challenge. Beating Noble definitely helps us believe Juve could win the title even though your Kash avatar has gone now that it seems Jack Swagger does it for you now! Good win for Juve heading in to No Way Out and this has been built strongly for Sunday.

Rey Rey's interview sounded good, and it's always nice to see Mysterio fired up. It always helps as it becomes a match that will be very competitive which Rey's not out of his depth in. I'm definitely looking forward to this one.

Another interview? This is four in quick succession. I think three interviews is slightly overkill, but to have four separated by just one match and a promo is going a bit too far. Anyway, having Matt & Moore get one over on them earlier, it gave Melina an edge in the interview. Aside from her calling them cretins, which I don't see her saying when she had could've used more appropriate words, it was good. Mentioning that the country hicks have never won the titles and reminding Josh that her boys have held them three times stood out and proved a point. With them fired up, it's going to be a match to watch at No Way Out.

As we got to the tag match with JBL & Albright, I realised this would be the third tag match of the night, and there's still a fourth to come. I'm not so keen on having that many on one show. The match itself was better than I expected, but I was shocked that JBL pinned Taker clean with the Clothesline From Hell. That completely took me by surprise and I'm not sure whether I'm a fan of that decision. Had it been after Jillian distracted him and he then turned right in to it without the tombstone attempt, I might've bought in to it a bit more. It makes me believe he'll lose Sunday now, but we'll see.

CM Punk coming to Smackdown, well what can I say apart from get the fuck in. Look forward to it.

Good hype for the No Way Out Card. I'm still not overjoyed by the decision to have Benoit/Jordan on there and the six man, and I'm not exactly keen on having to endure Boogeyman/Albright on pay-per-view when the six man could have been split to make it a more appealing pay-per-view. I can understand the decision to put Albright over on pay-per-view though. Looking at whether I'd order it in real life, I'd be unsure if I would to be honest. Batista/Henry as a main event doesn't get me too excited either, although having read the promo before and Orton's involvement, I'm slightly happier about it. Rey/Kennedy & Taker/JBL are the only ones that I'd be looking at with the tag title and cruiserweight title offering decent matches too.

The main event was solid and with no real big moments from Orton. There were the odd looks to keep making you think something could happen, but it never would before No Way Out. I think the decision to put the heels over and Henry especially was the right one. I wasn't too keen on the finish as a hot Rey kind of got owned very quickly. It seemed a little too convenient with Henry being on the middle rope, and I'd have expected Batista to have tried to stop the cover a bit more. I wasn't too sure of how Kennedy restrained him as it wasn't described in much detail.

Overall, I think you did a good job of pushing the matches you've lined up for No Way Out. You know I'm keen on some of the matches and the delay in announcing most of them, but you did hype it well. There were a lot of interviews all close together too, and 80% of your matches were tag team matches. The show was still very enjoyable and well booked with the promos and matches being good too. Good luck with No Way Out! I'll be checking it out when it's up.


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Lots of focus on the No Way Out main event, with the opening video, then plenty of hype from Cole and Tazz, with the wild card of Orton as referee being discussed too, and a good job done of adding more of a challenge for Big Dave, having to contend not only with Henry in a streetfight, but also Orton as a referee.

Bit of a ‘laid bare’ promo from Batista, showing some signs of human emotion, and dropping some of his bravado, admitting the last few months have been rough for him as champion. That admittance also helps solidify Henry as a threat, with Batista acknowledging how tough Henry has been to deal with. Thought the paragraph just before he started to talk about the streetfight rambled a little if I’m honest, though.

Saying that, I guess in the grand scheme, that all played into the fact that he can let himself go at No Way Out. Had to expect some sort of mention for Orton, and you transitioned into that point well, I must say. Flowed nicely into that.

And it served nicely to bring Mark Henry out to interrupt, taking umbrage to Batista seemingly showing more concern about the referee, rather than the challenger. Had to expect an appearance from Orton too, and it was timed well, just as the two men he has to officiate on Sunday were about to go at it early. Very cocky promo from Orton, full of arrogance and self importance, pretending to care about the well being of the men who are fighting to face him at WM.

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Orton is sure to be involved here too (possibly appointing himself as ref here as a preview?) in order to hype his involvement at No Way Out.
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Strong opening promo, doing a splendid job of building intrigue for the main event this Sunday, and sets the tone for the main event this evening.

Opening the show with a bunch of fast paced dudes sounds good. Probably a good idea to give Hardy and Moore a tune up match, and although the result was never in any doubt, t’was still for the best to showcase them, ahead of No Way Out. Makes sense for MNM to be there and get a good look at their next challengers too, and a nice touch to incorporate some of the Hardy Boys move set; Poetry in Motion especially.

After match brawl was okay too. Wasn’t overly necessary imo, but it didn’t do any harm. Just helped to ingrain the notion that Hardy and Moore have been able to get the better of MNM a number of times in the last few weeks, even after being attacked from behind here. Should be an excellent little undercard battle imo at No Way Out, well worth its spot on the show.

Might’ve been a better idea to change the colour for the video package, or place it in a quote box, just to separate it from the rest of the show. Aside from that issue, it’s refreshing to give the Cruiserweights a bit of shine, and a video package to highlight the recent Kash/Juvi angle adds a lot of importance. Expected the match to be made, so it’s no surprise to see that one added to the PPV, and it makes sense for Long to strap the no contact ruling too, after what happened last month. Still surprised it’s going down at No Way Out, as I had it pegged for WrestleMania - although I’m glad it’s happening here, as I’m not a huge fans of Juvi, and would rather see someone else get a shot at the Big Dance.

It’s probably best to keep everything Bobby Lashley says to a minimum. Actually, it’s maybe best to have him say nothing at all, as it kills any sort of aura he has as a bad ass … or just get him a mouthpiece to do it for him.

Little bit surprised it’s a six man at No Way Out, as I fully expected Finlay and Lashley to have the opportunity to settle their score. Looks like that one will rumble on for a while longer - and that’s a good thing. Finlay was always Lashleys best opponent back in the day. Good addition to the undercard for No Way Out. Maybe even a possible opener??

It’d be hard for those two teams to have a bad match with each other, and it’s good to see them getting a chance to shine with one another again here. Glad London and Kendrick got the win here, although I would assume that booking 101 suggests they lose in the six man on PPV.

I really like the angle with Kennedy and Rey, with Kennedys problem stemming from believing Rey always steals the show. It’s something fresh (at least I think it is), as opposed to the usual stuff that mid card feuds build out of. If you’d just have him stick to that, focus on it, and forget about mentioning Rey being much smaller, you’d be golden . Glad we’ll see the match at No Way Out, as I had a slight feeling you’d swerve out of it, and have Kennedy refuse to face Rey and come up with an excuse, like Rey not being worthy enough, or big enough , to face him. Glad you didn’t go that route though

With Sharmell providing a grand intro, and Booker using some quotes like ‘loyal followers’ in his promo, I cant help but think you’re straying toward the King Booker gimmick. Please. Don’t. It’s been done, done to death, and it’s now old. Regular ol’ heel Booker will do. Although I still hate the guy

Liked the comment about ‘The Benoit Treatment’, after saying Benoit wouldn’t give him a shot at the title last year, so he’d do the same now. Wasn’t overly sure what to make of Benoit. From channelling a bit of Jericho at the start (shut the hell up), to the wise cracks about being a ‘sucka’ and Sharmell being more manly, it seemed a little too charismatic . The comment on Sharmell would’ve read better imo, if it had’ve just said she’s more of a man than Booker ever would be. Saying she’s more manly felt more like a shot at her physical appearance.

Anyway, the end result was good, with Benoit managing to talk himself into a potential title shot. Was wondering how you’d get around it, with Booker flat out refusing to take the bait, but you set it up well, with Orlando accepting, due to having to prove a point, after his embarrassing losses last year. Given the increased air time Jordan has had lately, I envisage a much more competitive match this time around, and although I suspect a Benoit win, I think we’ll see Jordan come out with a much better reputation.

Fairly strong promo from JBL, as you’d expect. Nothing earth shattering, and more by the numbers than anything else, but still was well written, and allowed JBL to do plenty of self promotion, especially with him leaving Taker laid out, two weeks straight.

Surprised Juvi was able to put Noble away that quickly, but I guess you were pushed for time on the show, and something had to give. Nothing more than a showcase for the challenger, but I think Kid Kash is a safe bet to retain the title.

Pretty generic ‘size doesn’t matter’ talk from Mysterio. Didn’t think this promo was required, after he made the challenge last week. Didn’t add anything new to the angle with Kennedy, but again, it didn’t do any harm either.

Again, didn’t see the need for a promo from MNM. I guess the argument could be that we havent heard anything from them in recent weeks, but the earlier involvement with Hardy and Moore set the stage well enough for No Way Out. Not that the promo was bad, or lacking … it just wasn’t required.

The tag match really helped to put Albright over in those opening exchanges, willing to go toe to toe with the Undertaker, as opposed to general heel vs. Taker rules where the heel prays for his life. Refreshing to see. Surprising to see JBL once again get one up on Taker - not because he got the better of him - but because he beat him clean. I sure as hell didn’t expect to see that happen. Big win for JBL, but it SHOULD seal his fate on Sunday, for Taker to get his win back.

Still trying to work out where Punk can fit in on Smackdown, and make a first impression, if he’s going to make his debut in the run up to WrestleMania. Will be hard to make him stand out when all the focus will likely be on the big show. Interesting time for a debut though, havent seen it done before.

Excellent shill job for No Way Out

The tag match heading into the PPV reminds me of the good ‘ol days of 2000, where this would be a regular occurrence leading into a PPV, with a tag match pitting the guys in two of the top matches. I like it.

Expected Orton to push himself into the mix throughout the match, and you did a good job of building tension between him and Henry & Batista. Good to see you having Orton get involved with Rey and Kennedy too, just to drive home the fact he’s in charge, and pushes his way around as the official. Have to say, the match was damn entertaining to read, and the finish was worked nicely, with Orton pretty much costing Rey and Batista, despite sort of playing it straight down the middle, by making sure Batista got out of the ring, before Kennedy. And that split second that Kennedy prevented Rey from hitting the 619 definitely was a deciding factor.

Had a feeling we’d see an RKO to Batista, Henry or both from Orton. But I’m glad you didn’t do it, as it would’ve been a tad predictable. I can definitely see him getting involved physically at No Way Out though, and it wouldn’t surprise me to see an RKO or two being busted out at some stage, whether it’s during, or after the match. Looking forward to it, and I never thought I’d say that about a show headlined by Batista and Henry . That’s a testament to the solid job you’ve done in building this show, with limited resources to work off. Congrats.
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World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:

Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry


For months on end Batista and Mark Henry have been struggling to find out just who the bigger and better man is. For eleven months Batista has reigned supreme as World Heavyweight Champion, but at No Way Out he faces literally his biggest challenge yet when he faces Mark Henry.

Over two months ago Mark Henry made his return to the WWE when he assaulted Batista by tearing through a steel cage to get to it and assault ‘The Animal’, beating him with the cage door that he removed with ease, and smashing him into the cage time and time again. Since then Henry has continued to assault Batista, making his intentions clear – he is going after Batista for the World Heavyweight Title. After going at it for weeks, the two finally met for the first time at the Royal Rumble in what can best be described as a slugfest. However, no true winner was found, as Mark Henry let his temper get the best of him, getting disqualified when he smashed Batista with a monitor, then sent him through the announce table with The World’s Strongest Splash. The two were set to have a rematch two weeks later on SmackDown!, in what again was a violent slugfest, until this time Batista lost his temper, slamming a steel chair into the skull of his foe. This brought about the announcement of their match at No Way Out – a Street Fight ... with special guest referee Randy Orton.

So here we are, the two men set to wage war, with the man the winner will face at WrestleMania 22 in the main event, the winner of the 2006 Royal Rumble Randy Orton standing in the middle of them. Orton will be the intangible, especially following the tension between him and Batista this past Sunday on SmackDown!. Will these two monsters finally find out who is the king of the jungle, and will Orton have an influence on the result?

WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore


It all started two months ago when Joey Mercury was set for singles action against Shannon Moore. MNM treated the match as a joke, believing they were too good for Moore, only for Moore to upset Mercury. The next week Nitro was the one set to face Moore, but again, Moore came out victorious.

Enter Matt Hardy. While Shannon Moore was set for action with Mark Henry, thanks in part to MNM, Johnny Nitro this time was set to face Matt Hardy, and again, he felt short. At the Royal Rumble MNM got a form of vengeance when, after Matt eliminated Nitro, Nitro & Melina distracted Hardy, allowing Gregory Helms to eliminate him from the match. Since then, old childhood friends Hardy & Moore have banded together to combat MNM, attempting to thwart the tag team champions number game by evening up the numbers. At No Way Out the two teams will now face off, with the WWE Tag Team Championships on the line. Can Moore & Hardy channel their childhood and work together to overcome the champions, or will the champions once again prevail?

Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud


The rivalry between Kid Kash and Juventud all began three months ago when Kid Kash became the number one contender to face Juventud for the Cruiserweight Title at Armageddon. Kid Kash had been mowing down the competition leading to his match with Juvi, leaving the champion the only man for him to beat. The two had an exciting match, full of momentum swings, proving the two men to be even. However, only one man could win, and that man was Kid Kash when he hit the Dead Level and became the new Cruiserweight Champion.

Despite this, Kash was still paranoid about having to defend his title against Juventud in fear that he might lose it. This caused Kash to dodge a rematch against Juventud seemingly as long as he could. SmackDown! General Manager, Theodore Long would grow sick of it though, and he made a match on SmackDown! a few weeks before the Royal Rumble where the winner would face Kid Kash for the golf at the Rumble. The two men in the match? Jamie Noble, and Juventud. Before this match Kash said he didn’t care who win, and even went as far as to shake Juventud’s hand after the match, only to show his true colours post-match and smash Juventud’s head in with his title, then kick him in the head and drop him with the Dead Level across it. These heinous actions from Kash led to a layoff for Juvi with a concussion, causing him to miss the match at the Royal Rumble. Teddy Long, however, made sure there would be a Cruiserweight Title match when he made a Cruiserweight Open, where Kash would defend his title against all of the SmackDown! cruiserweights.

With the odds stacked against him, Kash was still able to succeed, picking up the win before going on to defend his title against Jamie Noble and Scotty 2 Hotty in the next two weeks, only to brag about it and bring about the return of Juventud. So now the match has been set, and for Kash there is no way out, for if he is disqualified or counted out he will lose his title to Juventud. Will Juventud be able to win back his Cruiserweight Title, or will Kash prove himself to be the best cruiserweight on the roster?

Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan

Throughout 2005 Chris Benoit and Orlando Jordan battled many times, with the United States Title at the centre of the battle. For the first time since last year, they meet up once more, with once again the United States Title being the centre of the focus, except this time neither man is champion.

For years Chris Benoit and Orlando Jordan’s mentor, Booker T had been the best of friends. From WCW to RAW to SmackDown!, the duo travelled the roads together and spent more time together than they did with their own family. However, their friendship was turned sour by the lust that Booker T had for the United States Title that Chris Benoit held at the time, causing him to turn on his former best friend and now enemy, and strive to capture the gold, which he did, before the two met again and drew, prompting SmackDown! General Manager, Theodore Long to vacate the title and set up a best of seven series between the two. The series was precariously placed at 3-2 in favour of Booker T, when at a WWE live event, he suffered an injury at the hands of Matt Hardy. This left Teddy Long in an awkward spot, whereby he decided to allow Booker T to choose a substitute to compete in the rest of the series for him. Many names came forward, including Orlando Jordan, but Booker T ultimately chose Randy Orton, who, after losing to level the series 3-3, defeated Benoit in the final match thanks to interference from Booker and Jordan, who we would learn is Booker’s new protégé.

Since then Benoit has not given in on his dream of regaining the gold, challenging Booker at every chance. Booker, however, has refused, not just because of his injury, but because he deems Benoit unworthy of challenging for the title. This brought Benoit to a point where he was willing to make an ultimatum: if Benoit could defeat Booker T’s protégé, Orlando Jordan, he would be next in line for a title shot. If however, Jordan were to win, Benoit would never receive a shot at Booker T and the U.S. Title again. So now it’s all on the line for both men. For Orlando Jordan, it’s a chance to atone for last year where he fell three times to Chris Benoit in under a minute. For Benoit, it’s a chance to take the first step in regaining the United States Title many feel he was robbed of. It’s winner takes all – who will be victorious?

The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Ever since he lost the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 21, John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield has been on a mission to regain his title that he loved oh so dearly. Over time that mission has become an obsession, for with every week Layfield is without the gold, his lust for it only grows stronger. Out of chances for title matches, the Royal Rumble couldn’t come soon enough for JBL, where he thought he could finally get himself a match for a world title of his choosing on the grandest stage of them all. That, however, was not to be, as JBL, after going on a rampage, was to be eliminated from the match by none other than The Undertaker.

The next Friday The Undertaker was set to make his first appearance in a SmackDown! ring of 2006 in a match against Finlay. However, before that match could end, JBL would make his presence felt as in a clearly deranged state, Layfield went out and beat The Undertaker down, leaving him looking like a bloody mess. The next week JBL promised to apologise to The Undertaker, however, the apology ended up in much the same way as The Undertaker match the previous week with JBL standing tall, and The Undertaker a broken mess. Since then JBL has pinned The Undertaker in tag team action, perhaps proving that if there was ever a time that JBL would be able to beat The Undertaker, No Way Out is the time. Will JBL be able to capitalise on all of his momentum, or will Layfield feel the wrath of ‘The Phenom’?

Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods


Ever since his debut on Friday Night SmackDown! in September of last year, ‘The Dominator’ Bobby Lashley has taken Friday nights by storm, extending an undefeated streak that still stands today, eliminating the most competitors in January’s Royal Rumble, and also proving to be a hit with not just the crowd, but also the SmackDown! locker-room. Three members of the locker-room, however, haven’t been so welcoming to Lashley: the bully-like ‘Fighting Irishman’ Finlay, and The Bluebloods.

Lashley has defeated all of the men in one on one competition, but they, in particular, Finlay, have been unable to accept this. It all boiled over a few weeks ago when Finlay assaulted Bobby Lashley during his entrance with his shillelagh, slamming it into the leg of Lashley multiple times, rendering him unable to compete, and also changing the scheduled six man tag team match of Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods into a handicap match, in which the numbers game prevailed. Lashley went out in seek of revenge last week on SmackDown!, calling out Finlay, only for Finlay to come out along with The Bluebloods. This would lead to Paul London & Brian Kendrick coming down in aid of their friend Lashley, leading to this match being scheduled after it should have happened a few weeks ago.

The team of Lashley, London & Kendrick has the momentum following Lashley’s victories over Finlay, Regal & Burchill in singles competition, along with London & Kendrick beating The Bluebloods in tag team action this past week on SmackDown!. However, we all know that you can never count out either of Finlay or The Bluebloods, especially with the experience they bring to the table in the form of Finlay & Regal. Will that experience prevail at No Way Out, or will the youthful exuberance of Lashley, London & Kendrick be able to overcome it?

Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy

A rivalry that was originally built around the question of whether or not a cruiserweight can compete with the heavyweights, this rivalry between Rey Mysterio and Mr. Kennedy has turned into so much more. It all began on the premiere of the talk show Mr. Kennedy created – The Open Mic. The concept? Simple. It was as the title says it is – an open mic. Despite this, Mr. Kennedy spent much of the premiere doing what he does best in talking about himself, and just how great he is. However, he was soon cut off by Rey Mysterio, who took up the offer of an open mic. Mysterio came out and gave an emotional speech in which he talked about his late, great friend, Eddie Guerrero, and how tough it has been moving on. He said that the youth of SmackDown! has helped though, and that he has become stronger than ever, ready for the Royal Rumble Match in tribute to Eddie Guerrero. Kennedy took exception to this, because the Royal Rumble was meant to be about him, not Rey Mysterio or Eddie Guerrero. After all, Kennedy had been on the shelf for several months, and his return was set to take place at the Rumble. All of the focus had to be on him.

Kennedy tried to gain all that focus, telling Rey he shouldn’t bother competing in the Rumble, because there was not a single chance that he could win. Why? He just wasn’t big enough. Kennedy said that when it came down to it, cruiserweights just couldn’t cut it at the top level, and that the man who would win the Royal Rumble would be a heavyweight, or more specifically, him. The two exchanged some words, ending with Mr. Kennedy trying to attack Mysterio, only for Mysterio to get the best of the loudmouth and lambast him with the 619. When the Rumble came around and Kennedy made his return, the first man he went to was Rey Mysterio. However, when it came down to it, Mysterio got the best of Kennedy, eliminating him from proceedings, much to the anger of Kennedy. Since then, Kennedy has attacked Rey and has called him out not just for not being worthy of competing with the heavyweights, but also for stealing the spotlight that Kennedy deserves. Mysterio has fired back, attacking Kennedy after he beat Chris Benoit, sick of both the personal and physical attacks from Kennedy, challenging the brash youngster to a match at No Way Out.

As we of course know, Kennedy accepted, and now the two are set to do battle. Can a cruiserweight belong in the heavyweight division, or will Kennedy reclaim the spotlight that he claims he deserves?

The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright

For months The Boogeyman had tormented John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield, being everywhere that the self-made millionaire turned. Worms in mouth and clock in hand, The Boogeyman was unrelenting in his obsession with JBL. JBL though, didn’t feel the same way, avoiding The Boogeyman at all costs. However, two weeks before the Royal Rumble, after JBL had avoided a match with Boogeyman for months, whether it be with a doctor’s note or because of a lack of gear, SmackDown! General Manager Theodore Long gave JBL an ultimatum: either compete against The Boogeyman the next week, or lose the chance to compete in the Royal Rumble Match. JBL, being oh so desperate to reclaim “his” title in the main event of WrestleMania 22, had no other choice; he was resigned to competing against The Boogeyman.

Jillian Hall, however, had a plan, and that plan came into fruition when Brent Albright, JBL’s ‘Hired Gun’ and the newest member of the reincarnated Cabinet interfered, flatting Boogey with a half nelson suplex and setting JBL up for the win. Since that night, Albright hasn’t been quite so eager to get his hands on The Boogeyman, avoiding him for the most part, with the simultaneous beatdown of The Boogeyman and The Undertaker at the hands of The Cabinet being the only exception. However, at No Way Out, Albright will have no other choice but to compete against him, with the two set to go one on one. Will Boogeyman gain revenge on Albright, or will Albright show his worth to JBL by taking out Boogey?

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World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:
Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry

WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore

Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud

Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan

The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods

Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy

The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright


Bonus Points:
What will be the match order?
How many titles will change hands?
Who will take the fall in the six man tag match?
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who?
What will be the longest match?
What will be the shortest match?
Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle?
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be?


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I'm going to have a read back through and get fully up-to-date before even attempting to predict, otherwise its pointless. No idea whether I will catch up by the time the event is posted, but we'll see. Feel proud of yourself that you have probably become the more consistent booking and along with Wolfy and Legend, are pumping out some great stuff.
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Been reading, but never reviewing because I am lazy as hell. The No Way Out preview is looking epic, but the match that I am really looking forward to but cannot predict is the Six Man Tag Team Match. Other than that, I can see the Main Event going Batista's way, because I don't think you will have Mark Henry in the Wrestlemania Main Event!

Prediction Template:
World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:
Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry

WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore

Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud

Chris Benoit
vs. Orlando Jordan

The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods

Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy

The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright

Bonus Points:
What will be the match order?
-Six Man Tag Team Match
-Boogeyman vs. Albright
-Cruiserweight Championship
-Mysterio vs. Kennedy
-WWE Tag Team Championships
-Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan
-Taker vs. JBL
-World Heavyweight Championship
How many titles will change hands?
None
Who will take the fall in the six man tag match?
Burchill
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who?
Basham Brothers
Booker T
What will be the longest match?
Main Event
What will be the shortest match?
Cruiserweight Championship
Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle?
Yes
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be?
Let's go with:
3/4/1
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Very good preview!

World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight;
Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton

Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry
Henry's been booked mega strong so Batista looks even better when he retains, unless there's the biggest shock ever in store with Orton facing Henry at Mania for the title. It's clear cut and it'll be an impressive win for Big Dave heading in to the big one.

WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore
I'm just judging from the last couple of weeks that I've read, and despite Matt & Shannon having the best of it on Friday night, I think MNM will get the rub come No Way Out. I'm not 100% confident, but pretty confident they'll keep the titles.

Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud
This is a toughy with Juve's big return going so well, and with the odds being stacked on Kash's shoulders, it looks as if he could drop the title. I don't see it though and he'll come out looking the better for it when he does retain. He only won the title at Armageddon from Juve, so I don't see him dropping it here to the same guy. Plus, you're a fan of The Notorious K.I.D. Always helps!

Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan
Anything else and the feud with Booker could pretty much die. There's always the possibility of Booker screwing Benoit over to dodge a title defence with some swerve along the way, but I've gotta go with Benoit to make Bisexual Bob tap out to the crossface.

The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
It would appear to be a no brainer after JBL's looked so strong at the dead man's expense for a while. Heading in to Mania, Taker would be better off going in with a victory under his belt. That is unless he'll be facing JBL again for a revenge match perhaps. I've not been reading long enough to know if there's something else in store, so I can't rule out a dirty win for JBL with Taker evening the score at Mania in a gimmick match, but I'll stick my neck out and go for the phenom.

Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods
As dirty as you could imagine I believe in favour of my British boys. I said it after Smackdown that I felt this was designed to get Finlay over Lashley for Lashley to come back somewhere down the line. I'll stick with that opinion for now although I wouldn't be too surprised if either of The Blueboods took the fall to piss Finlay off even more.

Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy
I'd usually be surprised if Rey was to win this one at Kennedy's expense given Kennedy's build up. With Mysterio though, you never know. This has all been about Kennedy so he has to win really, and I don't really expect it to go any other way.

The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright
It's pretty much the same situation as the match above, as in it's all been geared up to push Albright. As ugly as the match could be IRL, giving Albright a win on pay-per-view will do him a lot of favours. This is nailed on as they come.


Bonus Points:
What will be the match order? Benoit/Jordan, Boogeyman/Albright, Six Man Tag, Kash/Juve, MNM/Matt & Moore, Rey/Kennedy, Taker/JBL, Batista/Henry

How many titles will change hands? 0

Who will take the fall in the six man tag match? Brian Kendrick

Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who? I'll say no.

What will be the longest match? The one that clocks up the most time . Alright, I'll go for Taker/JBL ahead of the world title match.

What will be the shortest match? Surely, and hopefully Boogeyman/Albright.

Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle? Yes with a few teasing moments.

How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be? Jordan will tap like he always does when he's taken as much as he can! The others will all be by pinfall I think, so 7 pinfalls and 1 tappy tap tap.


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8 - World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:
Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry

Perhaps the most predictable match on the entire card, there is absolutely no doubt that Batista will retain the World Heavyweight Championship. Whilst I do keep reminding you to take this thread in a different direction from the real WWE at the time, it would be an awful decision to put the title on Mark Henry right now. I expect Orton to call the match down the middle, make the count fair and square, but ultimately RKO the champion after a long and grueling contest.

4 - WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore

For starters, MNM need this a win a lot more than the Hardys. They haven't been in the WWE for that long and I'm guessing you have more interest in them than Moore and Hardy. Plus, Matt Hardy sucks.

6 - Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud

For some reason I get the impression you're a fan of Kash so I think you'll have him retain. Though, with the "if Kash gets DQ'ed or counted out he loses the title" stipulation, it seems that Juventud could win the belt. I don't think that should happen though. Kash has more charisma and value as champion than Juventud so I think the title should stay where it is.

7 - He Who Must Not Be Named vs. Orlando Jordan
As I said on MSN, I think you can cope without He Who Must Not Be Named in this thread. However, with the way the feud has been set up, I'm sure that the plan is for him to beat Booker T for the United States Championship in a feel good match and moment at WrestleMania. I fully expect Booker to get involved in this contest, but He Who Must Not Be Named will pick up the win regardless.

5 - The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
I know I'm probably wrong with this one, but I urge you to take my advice and end this feud with immediate effect. Not only has the feud been done to death in this section, but in real WWE, it had not even been two years since the two had been feuding for months on end. It's not fresh, it's not original, and it's not the best that I know we can see from you. Hopefully there's some sort of swerve here where JBL is just a distraction, and Undertaker's WrestleMania opponent becomes apparent after this match is over (on Smackdown).

1 - Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods

With WrestleMania looming over, it is time to push the people who actually have a chance of making it onto the card and have a future in your WWE. I love Finlay and the Bluebloods, but they don't need this win. Lashley can be pushed into a huge star and his undefeated streak should continue.

2 - Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy
As I said above, you need to start building your own stars. Yes, we've seen Kennedy pushed a zillion times in BTB, but he's the best you've got right now. I could actually see you going with Kennedy vs. The Undertaker at WrestleMania.

3 - The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright
Boogeyman entrance. Albright attacks as he enters. Albright continues attack. Bell rings. Albright hits finisher and wins in under a minute. Boogeyman released from WWE. Stick to this formula and you'll be a success. Don't and fade into obscurity.


Bonus Points:
What will be the match order? See predictions template.
How many titles will change hands? None.
Who will take the fall in the six man tag match? Dave Taylor.
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who? No surprise appearances.
What will be the longest match? The main event.
What will be the shortest match? Albright/Boogeyman
Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle? Yes
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be? Two submissions and all other finishes to be pinfalls.


In closing I would like to say that all the above are not predictions, but are in fact guidelines for not just a solid, but a good show. Follow them and you shall do well. Good luck, my young Padawan.
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8.World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:
Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry
Batista

6.WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore
MNM

3.Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud
Kash

4. Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan
Chris Benoit

7.The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
The Undertaker

1.Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods
Lashley and Londrick

5.Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy
KENNNNEDYYYYYYY

2.The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright

Brent Albright.

Bonus Points:
What will be the match order? See Above
How many titles will change hands? 0
Who will take the fall in the six man tag match? Dave Taylor
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who? Nope
What will be the longest match? WHC
What will be the shortest match? Boogey/Brent
Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle? Nope, he shouldn't tbh.
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be? 7 pins one tap


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8.) World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:
Batista (c) vs. Mark Henry

4.) WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore

3.) Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud

5.) Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan

7.) The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

1.) Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods

6.) Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy

2.) The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright

Bonus Points:
What will be the match order? See above
How many titles will change hands? None
Who will take the fall in the six man tag match? Paul Burchill
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who? No
What will be the longest match? Street Fight
What will be the shortest match? Albright squashing Boogeyman
Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle? Yes
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be?
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8. World Heavyweight Championship; Street Fight; Special Guest Referee: Randy Orton:
Batista
(c) vs. Mark Henry
As good a job you've done with Henry, he's simply not Wrestlemania main event material. I've commended you plenty of times though, on the job you've done with him, and that's make him a legit top tier guy to use on SD. He'll be invaluable for tv main events, and even some top tier PPV matches in the future - but his main event run ends here. Batista retains, and meets the referee at WrestleMania.

1. WWE Tag Team Championships:
MNM (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore
You've had it tough with the tag team division, but short of just using Legends formula and putting the only three teams worth a damn in the mix together, this was a good scenario to use. Hardy and Moore have history, and can be a decent stop gap feud for the champs before you work out what direction to take them in. With that, my prediction has to be MNM. I envisage a win throuh nefarious means to give Hardy and Moore 1) an out, and 2) a chance to chase a rematch. I expect a fatal four way at WM, with the other two teams added to the mix.

3. Cruiserweight Championship:
Kid Kash (c) vs. Juventud
Had this one pegged for WrestleMania. So, that makes me think that you've cooled on either that match for the big show, or Juvi as the top challenger. Methinks Juvi doesnt tickle your fancy too much. So, I see Kash once again keeping the belt, and possibly defending the title in some sort of multi man contest at WrestleMania.

4. Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan
I dont see this ending in 20 something seconds, but the result will still be same. This time though, OJ will come out of this looking a legit threat, despite a loss. Botched interference from Booker would seem likely, leading to the crossface win for Benoit, before the inevitable meeting at WM.

7. The Undertaker vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
JBL has owned Taker for the last three weeks. Booking 101 suggests Taker gets payback here, and that's what I have to go with. However, even though I'm picking Taker, I wouldnt be surprised if just as Taker is setting up for the Tombstone, we get a run in from ????, and costs The Deadman, leading into whatever match it is that he'll have at WrestleMania. I'll play safe though, and pick The Deadman to win.

6. Six Man Tag Team Match:
Bobby Lashley, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Finlay & The Bluebloods
With the two feuds merged into one, I see a cheap heel win here. That can set up a reason for the faces to want revenge later down the road, with Lashley and Finlay getting to go at it one on one (probably in a Belfast Brawl), and Londrick will fight it out with the Brits for the title shot at WM, that somehow leads to a four way at Mania.

5. Rey Mysterio vs. Mr. Kennedy
I'm going for the shock win for Mysterio. It would be the ultimate comedown for Kennedy, after belittling Rey for weeks about his size, he might just pay the price ... but his comments about Rey stealing the show from him will happen. I just think a win for Rey could do a lot more for this angle than a win for Kennedy, give it a lot more legs, going into WrestleMania perhaps, with Kennedy then upstaging Mysterio with a massive win on the biggest stage. Who knows, but I'm sticking my neck out with a Rey win.

2. The Boogeyman vs. Brent Albright

One of these two is getting future endeavoured. It's the guy that eats worms.

Bonus Points:
What will be the match order? Done above.
How many titles will change hands? None.
Who will take the fall in the six man tag match? Lashley?
Will there be any surprise appearances? If yes, then by who? Does Booker T count?? If not, I'll say a Raw guy to screw Taker, just for kicks, as I cant see who Taker could face (bar Henry of course ) from SD at WM.
What will be the longest match? I'll go for Mysterio vs Kennedy.
What will be the shortest match? Boogey vs Brent.
Will Randy Orton truly call the main event right down the middle? Yep. But as soon as he raises Big Daves hand ... BAM ... RKO.
How many pinfalls/submissions/other finishes will there be? Five pins. Benoit to win by submission, Albright to win by submission. Kash or MNM getting themselves disqualified wouldnt surprise me though, now that I think about it...

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