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Old 12-26-2010, 11:14 PM   #291 (permalink)
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10. World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©
I don't think that this will be the last match between the two. Orton will cheat to win the title. This has been built up really well, and this feud can't end at Mania.

11. WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©
This is a tough one. Angle, Edge, and Cena all have an equal chance at winning. But I don't think Angle will win because I think Cena and Edge will feud. Edge has been a good champion, but I think Cena will prevail in the end.

7. Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker
I wasn't too sure that RVD was a good opponent for Taker at first. But you built Van Dam up very well. RVD seems like he could break the streak. But he won't. RVD will come very close, but he will fall to the Phenom.

9. No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels
This will be an epic match. It will most certainly be the longest match, and should be an entertaining read. I think HBK will pull out the win in the end, and he may feud with Angle after Mania.

6. United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©
I don't really like OJ being included in this match, and I really don't like that he has a pretty good chance of becoming U.S. champ. It's not the way you booked him, it's just personal dislike for the guy Hopefully he gets eliminated early so Booker and Benoit can tear down the house, with Benoit making Booker tap.

4. World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©
If WGTT are gonna get the titles back, it won't be here. I think they will have an accidental collision or something like that, with Kane & Show taking advantage for the win. But WGTT will win the titles at Backlash.

8. WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©
The Hardyz have been built up too much now to not win. This may be the beginning of an MNM breakup.

2. Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©
There hasn't been many great women's feuds in BTB, but the one between James and Stratu sis great. Mickie will get the feelgood win, but Trish may win it back at a later date.

1. Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©
I just don't see Mysterio winning. Besides, Kash is the man. He will have the title for a long time to come.

3. Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry
This was a very tough match to pick. London hasn't been a serious contender, even though he has a bright future. Guerrero has no chance. Flair won't win. Henry needs to go away. Finlay has a small chance, but no matter how cool it would be to see him win, it's not gonna happen. Carlito would be a very good choice, but I just don't see him winning. Kennedy is Smackdown's best chance, and I was gonna pick him to win it. But Greg Helms will win in the end. You have made him incredibly entertaining and he has the potential to go all the way. And like he said, he has "a deposit" on the briefcase . Helms with the win.

5. Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
Lashley has to win here. JBL to commentary please?

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order?
Done

2. How many titles will change hands?
5

3. Which match will be the longest?
HHH-HBK

4. Which match will be the shortest?
Lashley-JBL

5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance?
Jordan, hopefully

6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match?
Edge

7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who?
Idk, maybe Stephanie McMahon, The Boogeyman, or Bret Hart.
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World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©


WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©


Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker


No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels
United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©


World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©


WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©


Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©


Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©


Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry


Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
Another no brainer. JBL gains nothing from a WM win over the rookie Lashley, but Lashley has EVERYTHING to gain. He's younger and more talented.

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order?
Rey vs. Kash (opener)
MITB
Lashley vs. JBL
Women's Championship
United States Championship match
Taker vs. Van Dam
WWE Tag Team Championship
World Tag Team Championship match
World Heavyweight Championship match
Triple H vs. HBK
WWE Championship match (main event)

2. How many titles will change hands?Four

3. Which match will be the longest?
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels

4. Which match will be the shortest?
Hardyz/MNM

5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance?
Orlando Jordan, please.

6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match?
Edge

7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who?
Rikishi, doing it for The Rock?

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World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs Batista (C)

WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs Edge (C)

Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs The Undertaker

No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs Shawn Michaels

United States Championship Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs Orlando Jordan vs Booker T (C)

World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs Kane & Big Show (C)

WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs MNM (C)

Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs Trish Stratus (C)

Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs Kid Kash (C)

Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs Mr. Kennedy vs Carlito vs Paul London vs Ric Flair vs Finlay vs Chavo Guerrero vs Mark Henry

Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order? CW title, MITB, Lashley/JBL, Womens title, World Tag, Us title, WWE Tag, RVD/Taker, WWE title, HBK/HHH, World title.
2. How many titles will change hands? 4
3. Which match will be the longest? World title
4. Which match will be the shortest? Lashley/JBL
5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance? Jordan
6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match? Cena
7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who?


Yes, The Rock or Hogan.

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Before I start, Merry Christmas! Congratulations on the progress of the thread over the last 12 months and topping the Mega Standings. Also, I hope you enjoyed your Boxing Day trip to the MCG.

Personally I loved Eric Bischoff taking charge of Smackdown for the night. It may have been the logical decision, but it was the right one. It’s unusual for the whole card to be rattled off at the top of the show, but it seemed right here. Maybe it was because it’s just days before WrestleMania and there’s plenty of personal battles in there, and it let us know exactly what we’re in for. I do like the idea of a wrestle heavy show going in to Mania, mixed in with the massive contract signing. Out of all the matches announced though, only a couple excited me in Benoit & Punk/Booker & Jordan and the long overdue Inter-Promotional Money in the Bank match. Rey/Nunzio is uninspiring, but Lashley/Regal & Matt/Mercury should be good matches. It just seems that with the Hardys/MNM, it’s getting kind of samey samey every week with one of each team facing the other. There’s no real spark there. However I did like Bischoff abusing his power in putting The Undertaker in a handicap match against Cade & Murdoch. I was expecting one big confrontation with Rob Van Dam with it being the last show before Mania, but it looks unlikely now.

Even though we’re used to seeing these little exchanges the last few weeks between MNM & The Hardys, the return of ‘The Equaliser’ Shannon Moore has definitely put the cat amongst the pigeons now, helping Matt win here and levelling things up for the big title match. Matt emphasising it on the stick definitely helped it too to stick it to MNM and let the fans know they’re in the hunt for sure.

You know how much I dislike Orlando Jordan’s role in the Benoit/Booker storyline, and seeing him let Booker talk to him like he did hasn’t helped. Just when it looked like Jordan had grown a pair and got away from Booker, it looked like the old days before Saturday Night’s Main Event. I can see why Booker would want to try and get him on side, but this didn’t help Jordan’s progression. He may surprise us in the match later on and screw Booker over as there’s no way anyone’s losing clean tonight unless it’s Jordan, which I don’t really think you’ll do. Anyway, we’ll see.

Lashley going over William Regal and pointing at J.B.L really did send a message to the wrestling god, but with everything that’s gone on, this was so uninspiring again. You’d think J.B.L would be all out for sending a message of his own to Lashley like the dastardly bugger that he is. We’ve all seen how dominating Lashley can be. I don’t see any other outcome than him going over at Mania as he has everything to gain while it doesn’t matter either way for J.B.L. Aside from going over Taker at No Way Out, J.B.L’s been walked over pretty much every single week. He doesn’t need the win and it would be very odd if he got the rub in two feuds he’s been dominated in, especially this one when it’s all about Lashley. I just feel that J.B.L & The Cabinet should have put a roadblock in Lashley’s path, and it’s fair to say that he’s barely had one.

The CM Punk interview brought one thing to my attention straight away. He’s not on the card for Sunday night and someone like J.B.L would have benefitted far better with the promo time than Punk. With that said though, a follow up to his debut last week was needed and he did a good job of it. It’s the same old debut talk we heard from him in his first few months, not that there’s anything wrong with that as you need to get his character across. I like that he comes off as the confident, honest guy that he was as a face. Looking forward to the mach later with him & Benoit as partners. I just hope that he doesn’t get the rub as the match really is about everyone else.

The eight man tag was a decent contest, and one that we needed to see as there’s been no interaction between the two brand’s Money in the Bank participants. I’d have thought that we’d get some comments from some of the participants considering what’s at stake in the Mania match and that there’s not been a lot of attention put on the match. Kennedy’s bit was okay and he gave it a little hype, but it was a bit uninspiring again. It does seem fairly obvious that you had WrestleMania at the forefront of your mind while writing this show and chose to put all your effort in to that instead, which on reflection is no real surprise. The match itself was pretty good and the way in which Kennedy stole the win was typically him and worked well for his character going in to Mania. The chaos again after the bell made perfect sense considering it is every man for himself. Henry standing tall at the end surprised me, but he is a monster and it makes sense that he is the one they have to worry about. I really don’t know who’s going to win it now, but I’m pretty sure it can only be Kennedy, Helms & Carlito. Only Kennedy in my eyes is anywhere near a World Champion. Helms had talent but aspired to be a mid-card champion. Something he never accomplished, and Carlito couldn’t make the jump. London’s an outside bet too, but I don’t see it as he’s a less successful version of Helms.

Having Bischoff lay down the law is all good and shows him to be the boss, as well of course hyping up the match between Taker & the Rednecks. There’s no more to say than that apart from Bischoff is God!

I’m glad that we got a pinch of excitement with Kid Kash getting involved in Rey’s match with Nunzio. It was what J.B.L could’ve done to Lashley, and this way with I’m sure a lot of people considering it a foregone conclusion that Rey will win at Mania, it shows us that Kash is more than a threat. It was well booked and sets up their title clash up well.

The tag match between Punk and the United States title trio was really good and had the ending I wasn’t expecting at all in Booker being made to tap out. It begs the question of whether he’ll be doing that at Mania on the back of this. Hmm, interesting! Anyway, I am a fan of the finish as it shows that Benoit is a machine and a big threat to the title. I just don’t think he’ll win it now given he’s made Booker tap here, and I thought it was a sure thing that Benoit will win at WrestleMania. What I didn’t get is why Punk shook both Jordan’s hand, and then Booker’s after the match. Why would Booker especially shake his hand considering he’s just tapped out, he’s going to be furious, and it’s Booker? Didn’t get that at all sorry mate, but it was a nice touch for Punk to clap Benoit as he stepped off the ropes.

It was no surprise to see RVD come to The Undertaker’s rescue against the Rednecks. I can’t say the same about Vince McMahon & Eric Bischoff’s role in it, and it was pretty good. It was great to see Bischoff get at RVD in the way he did, dialling up that aggression. When Vince arrives on the scene unexpected, it’s always a big moment and makes you stand up and take notice. Bischoff being put on probation makes for an interesting time ahead, but I think that it just took a lot of the attention away from Taker & Van Dam, which again ended in RVD coming out on top. It seems similar to the other angles where Orton & Lashley completely dominate their rivals on TV, and I really don’t like one sided feuds. I get that you want RVD to look like a legit threat to Taker’s streak, but Taker’s being booked so weakly to him that he doesn’t like anything like a man with a 13-0 record at Mania.

The contract signing between Orton & Batista was really good. In a show where there hasn’t been a big promo, this stood out like it should. Orton was terrific from start to finish, and I did like that they both had their chance to speak without being interrupted. In a setting like this, it’s more appropriate for it to go like that. I also thought that Batista was written well too, and calling out Orton for being nothing more than Bob Orton’s son was a great response to him being labelled just a thug. The ending though was a bit lame, and considering it’s one of the WrestleMania main events, I think it should’ve ended on a bigger note than what it did. I do agree with the decision to have Batista standing tall though after everything that’s happened before this.

At the start of the show, I wasn’t blown away with the matches that were announced. It did look a bit uninspiring I have to say. However, I think aside from the RVD/Taker & JBL/Lashley angles, you got the maximum out of them that you could.

WrestleMania Predictions

10 - World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©

My head really screams Orton and has done all along, but having just read Smackdown, I have the feeling that Batista is going to surprise us all. A lot of the decision is based on my belief that Edge will retain the WWE Championship and that I don’t see you letting two heels walk out of Mania with victories. Fuck it, I’ll hedge my bets and go for my original decision in Orton. I think it’s his time.

11 - WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©

I have more faith in Orton than Edge, but I just don’t see Cena or Angle taking the title, and Edge has been so sneaky ever since I’ve read the thread. His time could be up, but I think that since this is a triple threat, it’s the perfect opportunity for him to escape with a win yet again. I could be wrong. I just think that his title run hasn’t been that long and he’s been booked so well in the role that he has, that it could carry on in this environment.

8 - Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker

As much as RVD has dominated this angle, he’s not beating the streak in a million years. He could go on and feud with Edge from here though for the title while Cena feuds with Angle. Taker all the way.

9 - No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels

Really tough to call, and given that this has been mega rushed, I see this continuing, which leads me to a quandary. Will HBK get the ultimate pay off in the end to his heel turn, or will good prevail evil in the end? I think that Michaels needs this more and it would justify his heel turn, and the rules in this match help him as I would normally consider Trips the favourite in a normal match. Saying that, when it comes to breaking the rules, The Game isn’t bad himself either. Thinking it through, I believe Michaels will be the one who comes back after a defeat here.

7 - United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©

Up until Smackdown, I was so sure it would be Benoit. I’m fairly certain it still will be, but I’m not fully confident after Booker tapped out. I’m not sure whether he’ll tap again having already done so on Smackdown. Either way it comes down to him & Benoit. Jordan shouldn’t even be there. Not at all! I’m going to stick to my guns and go for Benoit, and I’ll be gutted if he doesn’t come out on top after all this.

4 - World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©

It’d be nice to see Benjamin & Haas leave with the titles given their journey. I can see you splitting Kane & Show as they’re better assets as singles guys than Benjamin & Haas, and given that you’ve spent a lot of time putting them back together, I think that you may just be going with the underdogs. Again, not confident, but I’m basing it on what I believe is sensible booking going forward.

1 - WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©

Tough one. The Hardys have got the momentum with Moore now in their corner to level it up. With that said, MNM are the Kings & Queens of sneaky, so it could go either way. I’m going to go with my gut belief in that we’ll see the feel good win for the Hardys.

6 - Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©

This card from top to bottom is so hard to predict. There’s only two matches that I’m certain I’ve guessed right and only semi-confident on one other. This is so tricky as I can see it continuing regardless of the outcome, and seeing how Mickie prevailed in the actual match, I wouldn’t be surprised to see you book it differently. Trish’s heel turn would allow for her to sneak a win or even get DQ’d, so I’m going for the curveball, a Mickie win by DQ.

3 - Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©

Now this should be Rey’s, but I don’t know whether you’ll want him tied down as the Cruiserweight Champion for a while. It does sort of look like he could be being used to put over your boy, Kash, and I certainly hope that’s not the case since he only just beat Mr. Kennedy at No Way Out, and look at where they both are now. Rey won and is possibly being used to put Kash over, and Kennedy is one of the favourites to win the Money in the Bank. I’m going to base this is on how Rey’s been booked previously to this, is in his win over Kennedy. I don’t see you jobbing him out to put the Cruiserweight Champion that soon after beating Kennedy, even though you’d probably stick your dick between Kash’s legs than Lights’.

5 - Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry

In terms of who deserves it, Kennedy is the only one who could justify being Mr. Money in the Bank, but in terms of booking going in to it, he doesn’t. Working to that it would probably be Helms, London or Carlito. I like Helms, but in no way shape or form should he be anywhere near the main event. I’d rather it go to Carlito or Finlay. I just have a feeling that Helms will win the Intercontinental title soon and focus on that, and it will be Kennedy that gets the rub to win the briefcase. I wouldn't be amazed to see him cash in after Batista's match with Orton if Batista retains.

2 - Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Lashley, has to be. JBL’s been booked so poorly for so long, and this is all about Lashley. Him & Taker are the only ones I’m 100% confident on. I don’t need to say more than that, otherwise I may change mind.

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order? Numbered above.
2. How many titles will change hands? 4?
3. Which match will be the longest? Triple Threat WWE Championship match.
4. Which match will be the shortest? England/Australia 4th Test? Women’s title match.
5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance? Orlando Jobber Jordan.
6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match? Kurt Angle.
7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who? No.

Good luck for the show, I can’t wait. I know it’ll be amazing, and I just hope it makes up for you not getting The Ashes back! Happy New Year man!


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9. World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©

Orton's had some awesome build-up, but I think that indicates a Batista victory here.

11. WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©
Edge has had a solid run, but I have a feeling Angle will win this one.

8. Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker
There's no way RVD is ending the streak. He's had some great build-up to this match, but there's no way that 'Taker is losing this one.

10. No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels
I can see this feud going on at least until Backlash, so HBK to win here and HHH to win to end the feud some time soon.

6. United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©
Can't see Booker retaining or OJ winning, so I think He Who Must Not Be Named will win the title.

2. World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©
Kane and 'Show to retain, and I have a small feeling there could be a betrayal in the WGTT.

5. WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©
The big reunion is going to be capped off with them winning the titles, IMO. An MNM victory would be huge for them, beating one of the best WWE tag teams of the 21st Century on the biggest show of the year, but I don't see it happening. Maybe some other time.

7. Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©
Trish has had the title for ages, so it's time for her to drop it.

3. Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©
I'd be very surprised to see KK retain against a big name like Rey-Rey, so Mysterio to win the title.

4. Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry
You've booked Helms extremely well since the start of the thread, so I think it will pay off with him winning the MITB.

1. Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
Young guy to go over.

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order?
Done.

2. How many titles will change hands?
Five.

3. Which match will be the longest?
HHH/HBK.

4. Which match will be the shortest?
Mickie/Trish.

5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance?
OJ.

6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match?
Edge.

7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who?
I'm gonna take a lucky guess and say that The Rock will show up, either backstage or in the Batista/Orton match, after Orton said he was better than Rock on SD!.

I cannot wait for this show, I'm sure it will be awesome.
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10 - World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©

In my eyes, the most intriguing match on the card, and to be honest, the hardest to predict. It would be amazing for Batista to officially claim his dominance for a whole year, but I feel that it would be that little bit more awesome if Orton wins the title after such a dry streak over the past year and a half, as well as being, well being Takers bitch for so long. So this win would just add the icing on the cake for what has been an impressive few months for Orton, so I indeed do pick Orton.

11 - WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©

I've loved the way you've built this match, in particular Angle. John Cena, obviously the fan favourite as always, and he wants to claim what many think is rightfully his. Angle, screwed time and time again and has drawn the short straw whenever facing Cena, time and time again. However, Edge only one the title in January, and I think he needs to hold on to the title for a while longer. Not only does it legitimise him as a threat, but he proves it wasn't a fluke and cements his place in the main event. Edge to retain, is my choice.


8 - Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker

Is anybody's man love for RVD that big, that they're willing to put him over Taker at Wrestlemania, doubt it. No need to say anymore.

9 - No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels

I have no clue about this, so its just a guess, for no apparent reason. No Holds Barred favours Hunter, and I think thats exactly why you've chosen it.

7 - United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©

I can see a push coming, even if it is just a US title push, I can see you're trying to push him, and a win at Wrestlemania over two men like Benoit and Booker is definitely a great start. OJ will hold the title for a looooong time I think.

6 - World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©

Is this the beginning of the end for the tandem of Kane and The Big Show, I really don't hope so, but I think it is to be honest. And besides, a lengthy WGTT reign is long long overdue.

3 - WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©

What more have the Hardy Boyz got left to achieve? They've climbed the top of the tag team mountain several times. Hell, they even have they're own flag at the top of the mountain. MNM however, need this victory to move forward, and prove that they are the dominant tag team nowadays.


4 - Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©

Don't know how, don't know why, all I know is that I dislike Mickie James, especially compared to Trish. There's no logic or reasoning behind the decision, just my personal preference.

1 - Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©

Its been a long time coming, and I think Rey is the right person to lead this very exciting division in to a new ages, so to speak. Plus, there's been a lot of heel victories.

2 - Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry

I was going to say Paul London, but I got a bit carried away with my dream. Despite me wanting Paul London to win, I reckon Carlito will win, just because he seems to be a firm favourite with a lot of people on this forum. It will either be Carlito or Kennedy, but I still want London to win.

5 - Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

I generally couldn't care about this match, but Lashley to win so he gets a rub off defeating the WRESTLING GAWD! Plus JBL doesn't need this win whatsoever, and he's over the hill now, I doubt he's going to be pushed for another title run, and Lashley is a future title contender, so a win at Mania over JBL will be a great addition to his resume.

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order? done
2. How many titles will change hands? 4
3. Which match will be the longest? HHH vs HBK
4. Which match will be the shortest? Lashley vs JBL
5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance? Benoit
6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match? Cena
7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who?
Rocky.
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11. World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©

10. WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©

8. Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker

9. No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels

7. United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©

4. World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©

1. WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©

6. Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©

3. Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©

5. Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry

2. Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order? done
2. How many titles will change hands?5
3. Which match will be the longest? Shawn vs the game
4. Which match will be the shortest?Lashley vs jbl
5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance?Beniot
6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match?Angle
7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who? maybe the rock
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I like the little twist of Bischoff being in charge for the night. Considering the amount of Smackdown influence we had on the previous Raw, it makes sense. A night of “mob rule” would also have been an excellent way to go into ‘Mania, but this should work out fine. Was a tad strange to have the card for the night reeled off in this fashion, but I guess I understand it. Perhaps a few matches could have been made on the spot later in the night by Bischoff in a way of emphasising his control of the show, just to break up the flow of the evening, adding a bit of spontaneity to events. As for the matches announced, Matt/Mercury makes sense of course given what has happened. Looking forward to seeing who the equalizer is. Lashley/Regal, though logical, is a tad underwhelming. The MitB eight man was always going to happen eventually, that should be a good match. Rey/Nunzio... could we have found a bigger name for the occasion? I get the sense of symmetry between ‘Double K’ having his shot, so now it’s Rey’s turn, but looking at your roster, could The Mexicool’s not have been put to use here? Maybe Super Crazy against Kash last week, Rey/Psicosis this week? You may have done these matches before though, I don’t remember of the top of my head. Benoit/Punk and Booker/Jordan should be a solid match. Taker/RNWC should also be solid. A bit hit and miss with the matches announced imo, but a solid start to the show nonetheless.

Well, my first comment is... poor Shannon. He’s been brought in to counter the effects of a girl. I’m not sure if that’s a compliment to Melina or an insult to Moore. And tbh, I’m not sure what he can do other than pull Melina off the apron like we saw tonight. Strange decision tbh. I thought a Wrestlemania catfight at ringside was a stick on for this feud, but obviously not. Matt’s explanation was fine and all, and now I feel you almost have to give the Hardyz the win or their (and Shannon’s now I think of it) credibility will be shot.

The way OJ has been booked throughout this feud has certainly added a kink to the storyline. Hopefully at ‘Mania he stands alone and genuinely acts as a threat to the gold. Interested to see what this little meeting will mean for the match later tonight.

Lashley over Regal... that was always going to happen wasn’t it? I’d liked to have seen some form of beatdown from a combined Regal/Burchill/JBL after the match, purely to put a bit of doubt in my mind with the regards to the outcome at ‘Mania. A big beatdown, a JBL promo to go along with it, just something to show a bit of weakness in Lashley. But after such a dominant display, all doubt has disappeared. Maybe that was your intention?

Pretty by the numbers promo from Punk. The competition as an addiction is the standard line from him. I guess after his win last week (which I still think was a strange time to debut him) he needed a solid follow up, and this was it. I guess the way you’ve booked Punk so far that he could be next in line for a shot at the US Title, but it may be too soon. I also hope that not too much emphasis is placed on Punk during the tag match tonight, as since he’s not on the card, the focus needs to be on the participants of the match.

Solid interaction between the MitB participants here. The action was all pretty good, and the way Kennedy stole the win was typical of his character. Perhaps the pre match promo and the way he won has placed too much emphasis on him winning at ‘Mania, but I can talk more about that in my predictions below. The post match mayhem was nice, although I’d like to have seen more from the Raw guys, as they were all pretty much taken out without much of a stand for any of them. Henry standing tall at the end is a smokescreen, no way you’d have win on Sunday. I hope.

I like the fact that the RNWC are at least still involved in things despite not going to ‘Mania. Big things for them post-Mania though I’m sure.

Well, I guess the ending to Rey/Nunzio is what I’d have called to see after Lashley/Regal. I guess I understand not wanting to do the same thing twice, but I still call JBL/Lashley the feud that needed the most seeds of doubt planted. But yeah, this was fine for what it was. Still think Rey will win, but the doubt is there now.

OJ making his entrance alongside Booker was an interesting touch here. Surely this won’t happen at ‘Mania, but it was certainly picked up on by me. I’m surprised it was Booker who was made to submit, as I figured it would be OJ, leading to frustration from the champ, adding more fuel to the fire of a Booker/OJ capitulation on Sunday. Also interested to note that in the post match write up Booker accepted the handshake from Punk, considering what happened last week. I also figured you would have made more notice of it, but it just kinda passed by as nothing. That was a tad strange tbh. Nice moment to end on with Punk and Benoit though.

Undertaker winning by DQ was a good was for the RNWC to save face. No complaints there. RVD racing down for the save was no surprise. I liked Bischoff here, the way he explained his reputation being on the line as a reason for his actions was good, as was the way he tried to force Van Dam’s hand. Vince is a surprise though. The probation line, although not necessarily adding much to this Sunday, could come in handy down the line. Perhaps involving a certain ‘extreme’ pay per view in a few months time? Who knows? And despite RVD being made to look strong with the ending, still no chance he wins.

Always a fan of contract signings, and this one was good ‘un. Orton was spot on throughout, really enjoyed reading him, especially that “I am the part” line. Not so sure about the “new version of The Rock” line though. A very arrogant, conceited heel like Orton would be more inclined to be his own man, simply referring to himself as the best ever, not an upgrade on someone. Batista was well written too. The ending was a bit underwhelming, but to be honest, with you no doubt determined to keep this match as even keeled as possible, I can’t think of a better way.

Overall, a good go home show. The major points were covered and hyped, and although there was nothing ground breaking, this surely is just the calm before the ‘Mania storm. And now predictions time...



World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©
While it's been far from a one sided feud, it has very much been in favour of Orton. I feel he's destined to be the heel that leads Smackdown for much of the year, as I see more face challengers for him post-Mania than I do heel challengers for Batista. It just seems that looking back and looking forward, Orton is the choice to make. And considering the way you've booked him to this point, it would be a shame to not see Orton win.

WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©
Fairly sure this will be the main event. And it should be a real good match. As such, I can't see a heel ending the show on top, therefore I'll rule out Edge. As for the winner... tough call. I think that given how the thread started, with Edge cashing in to steal the title, tonight is the night Cena gets his revenge. An Edge/Angle feud can be easily set up for Backlash, leaving Cena to face the winner of Michaels/Triple H (more on that later). But yeah, I've going for Cena, as once again when looking forwards, he's the choice that makes most sense to me right now.

Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker
Um... I can't really say too much about this. It's the streak after all. Van Dam to put up a hell of a fight, in a career enhancing defeat, but it's still ultimately a loss.

No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels
Although a rather rushed together feud, this is perhaps one of the most intriguing on the card, simply because of the dynamic. Heel Michaels vs. Face Trips is a different way of doing things. I personally was gutted when I saw you do it, as it had always been on the cards for me. But yeah, I'm gonna go for Michaels. As it's no holds barred, I expect it to be brutal, and a good read, but I feel a victory here can really push HBK on as a big time threat to my prediction of Cena above. A credible heel challenger is required, and this is where it is found imo.

United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©
I was fairly convinced in Benoit, but after the events of Smackdown, I'm not so convinced. I've never really felt OJ was a solid threat to the gold, but the simple fact that he's on the little poster at the top of each show must mean you have a sense of favour for him. And after the champ tapped out on the last Smackdown, I again can't see that happening twice in 48 hours. And then there's the Punk factor. I don't see him making his presence felt here, but again looking forward, he's obviously going to figure. It should be Benoit that wins, hence why I've choosing him, but this whole situation has so many different sides to it that it could easily be Booker who retains.

World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©
Whilst the way in which Hass and Benjamin have been booked has been enjoyable, I really can't see them winning. I think what's more likely to happen (and what I'd rather see if I'm being honest) is tonight finally being the night Shelton decides he's had enough, ending the partnership once and for all. It's a bit of a shame that I have the champs retaining when tbh there a bit of a afterthought in this whole situation. But yeah, just can't see a title change here.

WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©
Whereas here I feel there has to be a title change. As I said above, I feel the scale has been tipped in the faces' favour due to the addition of Shannon Moore, so I feel that the Hardyz need the win here. Any other result, and I dunno where you could go with them.

Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©
Roles have been reversed compared to real life, but I still see the same outcome. After all the shit that has gone down between the two, especially since SNME, the face should get her revenge here.

Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©
It's not been the most inspiring feud tbh. I've gone for Rey, as I feel that's where you'll go after the way we saw the pair go out on Smackdown.

Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry
I have a fair amount to say with regards to this. Very much looking forward to it btw, always enjoy reading these kinds of matches. Anyway, the winner. Well, looking at the Raw entrants, Helms/Flair seems destined for an Intercontinental Title match at Backlash, so I'll rule both of them out early doors. Chavo, I just don't see as MitB. Never. Carlito definitely has a chance at it though, and a ready made fued with Masters over the briefcase is there to keep him busy for a while. On Smackdown, London will no doubt impress as the spot monkey of the match, but he'll do little more than that. Finlay, sadly, his time has came and went. Mark Henry. Never. But Kennedy is again a distinct possibility. However, I always feel that the briefcase is tailor made for guys who need that little bit extra to elevate them to the main event scene. And Kennedy can get there simply on his aggression and mouth. Therefore, I've gone for 'Lito. But could easily be Kennedy.

Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
Lashley. Has to be. I'd be stunned if it wasn't him tbh. You've done very little to show any weakness in him, so yeah, Lashley to get the dominant win.

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order?
1. United States Championship Match
2. World Tag Team Championships Match
3. Lashley/JBL
4. Money In The Bank
5. Cruiserweight Championship Match
6. No Holds Barred Match
7. WWE Tag Team Championships Match
8. Undertaker/Van Dam
9. World Championship Match
10. Women's Championship (Purely as a breather)
11. WWE Championship Match


2. How many titles will change hands?
Six. World Heavyweight, WWE, United States, WWE Tag Team, Women's and Cruiserweight.

3. Which match will be the longest?
No Holds Barred

4. Which match will be the shortest?
Lashley/JBL

5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance?
Orlando Jordan

6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match?
Edge. At the hands of Cena.

7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who?
Eh... I dunno. If Orton's mention of The Rock leads to something then I'll take that. Otherwise, I got nothing.

Looking forward to the show. Should be a big event around the section.
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11. World Heavyweight Championship:
Randy Orton vs. Batista ©

10. WWE Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Edge ©

9. Interbrand Spectacular:
Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker

8. No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels

7. United States Championship; Three Way Dance:
Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T ©

1. World Tag Team Championships:
The World’s Greatest Tag Team vs. Kane & Big Show ©

5. WWE Tag Team Championships:
The Hardy Boyz vs. MNM ©

6. Women’s Championship:
Mickie James vs. Trish Stratus ©

3. Cruiserweight Championship:
Rey Mysterio vs. Kid Kash ©

2. Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Gregory Helms vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Carlito vs. Paul London vs. Ric Flair vs. Finlay vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Mark Henry

4. Singles Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield

Bonus Points

1. What will be the match order? - Done

2. How many titles will change hands? - 4

3. Which match will be the longest? - Triple H vs Shawn Michaels

4. Which match will be the shortest? - WGTT vs Kane & Show

5. Who will be eliminated first in the Three Way Dance? - Orlando Jordan

6. Who will take the fall in the Triple Threat Match? - Kurt Angle

7. Will there be any surprise appearances by people who have not been seen on screen for some time? If so, then by who? - Steve Austin?
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