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Cyber Sunday
October 25, 2009
Mellon Arena - Pittsburgh, PA

WWE Signature Video shown

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The opening video package for Cyber Sunday is shown. It starts out by showing clips from throughout the weeks from Raw, ECW, and Smackdown of the superstars in matches tonight.

Background Voice: Tonight… a rivalry will finally come to an end!

We then see clips of the rivalry between Batista and Matt Hardy. We see the endings from their matches at Unforgiven and No Mercy and then Batista and Matt fighting throughout the weeks in the ring and backstage.

Cole: It’s the final match between these two men… We are guaranteed a winner… Will you choose a Lumberjack Match, a Steel Cage Match, or a Falls Count Anywhere Match?

We then see clips for the WWE Title match. We see Randy Orton, Mr. Kennedy, and Big Show all qualify for their matches. And then we see All of them fighting over the weeks, with each getting the upper hand at a point.

Cole: The champion John Cena will defend his title against the opponent that you the fans vote for. Will it be Randy Orton, Mr. Kennedy, or the United States Champion Big Show?

We then see clips for the World Title match. We first see The Revolution attacking everyone and standing tall.

JR: The Revolution has been dominating Friday Night Smackdown!... Who can stop them?

We then see CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, and Rey Mysterio beating up on Edge and Chris Jericho.

Grisham: They don’t know what to expect from any of these three men as a referee this Sunday, and neither do we.

JR: Who will you vote for to be the referee for the all important title match? Will it be CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, or Rey Mysterio?

We see clips of all of the superstars taunting.

Background Voice: Get ready for the most interactive pay per view of the year!

“Inside Of Me” by Dead By Sunrise plays in the background as the graphic for Cyber Sunday is shown.

Background Voice: And now, WWE presents… CYBER SUNDAY!

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The camera cuts to fireworks going off and the crowd going wild.

Mathews: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the most interactive pay per view of the year, Cyber Sunday! We’re here live in the Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the place is electric tonight.

Striker: Oh you’re right about that Josh. And are you ready for tonight? Every match on tonight’s card has a stipulation that you the fans have been voting on for weeks, and it all comes down to tonight. What have you chosen to see tonight?

Mathews: Right now, let’s go backstage and hear from our host for tonight, the Assistant General Manager of ECW, Tiffany.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Cyber Sunday. I’m Tiffany, Assistant General Manager of ECW, but tonight I’m your host for Cyber Sunday. Throughout the night, I will be revealing to all of you the results of every stipulation that you the fans voted for tonight. So let’s get ready for a huge night ahead of us!

Striker: Thank you Tiffany! Now let’s get things started here at Cyber Sunday!

“Generator A” plays. The crowd boos as Paul Burchill and his sister Katie Lea make their way to the ring.

Chimel: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is for the ECW Championship. Introducing first, being accompanied by Katie Lea, from Chelsea, England, weighing in at 247 pounds, he is the ECW Champion, Paul Burchill.

Mathews: And we kick things off tonight with the ECW Championship on the line. As you can see, the champion Paul Burchill is making his way down to the ring, getting ready for his first title defense.

Striker: At our last pay per view No Mercy, Burchill shocked everyone when he beat Christian to become the new ECW Champion. Burchill has proved all of the doubters wrong, and tonight he looks to do the same.

Mathews: But tonight will not be an easy challenge for the champion. Burchill has no idea who he will be facing right now with his title on the line. But it’s now time to find out. Let’s go backstage to our host for tonight, Tiffany, for the results.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany along with the three choices for the ECW Title match, Christian, Evan Bourne, and Vladimir Kozlov.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. You the fans have been voting for weeks and now we’re about to find out which one of these three men will take on Paul Burchill right now for the ECW Championship. Will it be Christian…

The camera zooms in on Christian and the crowd cheers for him.

Tiffany: Evan Bourne…

The camera zooms in on Bourne and the crowd cheers for him.

Tiffany: Or Vladimir Kozlov?

The camera zooms in on Kozlov and the crowd boos for him.

Tiffany: Let’s go to the results and find out.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE OPPONENT:

CHRISTIAN – 46%
EVAN BOURNE – 47%
VLADIMIR KOZLOV – 7%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S EVAN BOURNE!

The camera zooms in on Bourne who is excited! The crowd cheers as Bourne leaves and makes his way out to the ring. We cut back to ringside and see Burchill in the ring getting ready for Bourne.

“Born To Win” by Mutiny Within plays. The crowd cheers as Evan Bourne makes his way to the ring.

Chimel: And introducing the challenger, from St. Louis, Missouri, weighing in at 183 pounds, Evan Bourne.

Striker: Wow! Evan Bourne has been chosen by you the fans, and what an opportunity this young man has in front of him right now.

Mathews: Evan Bourne has never won the ECW Championship before, but that could all change right now. Bourne can make his dreams come true and finally capture the ECW Title.

Striker: It’s the chance of a lifetime for Evan Bourne, but it won’t be an easy challenge. Bourne is going to need to bring his A-game against Burchill here. Let’s see if he can make the most of it.


ECW Championship
Paul Burchill vs. Evan Bourne


The match starts off with the two men meeting up in the middle of the ring. They stare each other down until Burchill shoves Bourne. Burchill yells at Bourne “You’re Not In My League” as the crowd boos Burchill for his cockiness. Bourne then runs right up to Burchill and starts delivering a flurry of kicks to him. Bourne grabs Burchill by the arm and goes to toss him into a corner, but Burchill over-powers Bourne and reverses it by tossing Bourne into the corner. Burchill runs at Bourne in the corner, but Bourne quickly moves out of the way at the last second, making Burchill crash chest first into the corner. Bourne turns Burchill around in the corner and starts kicking him repeatedly in the chest. Bourne then grabs Burchill’s head in a DDT position and runs off the ropes, going for a tornado DDT, but Burchill manages to shove Bourne off of him before he could finish executing the move. Bourne manages to land on his feet, but Burchill takes him down with a running knee right to the gut. Burchill stands over Bourne and starts stomping on Bourne’s head and chest until he jumps up and comes down with his knee right across the head of Bourne.

Burchill goes for an early cover, 1…2… Bourne kicks out.

Burchill immediately grabs Bourne’s head and starts slamming it against the mat. Burchill gets up and taunts and Katie Lea on the outside is clapping for him as the crowd boos the champion. Burchill lifts Bourne back to his feet and starts delivering forearm shots to his head. Burchill then grabs Bourne’s head and slowly twists him around and drops him down to the mat for a neckbreaker.

Burchill goes for another cover, 1…2… Bourne kicks out again.

Burchill flips Bourne over and locks in a side headlock. Burchill just wrenches away with the headlock on as Bourne tries to escape it. The crowd starts clapping for Bourne to get him motivated and it works as Bourne starts to slowly get to a vertical base. Once Bourne is at a vertical base, he starts punching and elbowing Burchill in the side and gut to get out of the headlock, but Burchill quickly grabs Bourne around the waist at his side and delivers a fast and high angled Saito suplex, that almost makes Bourne land on his neck. Burchill goes for the cover, 1…2… Bourne kicks out. Burchill gets up and starts delivering more forearm shots to Bourne as he lifts him back to his feet. Burchill then hits a European uppercut that sends Bourne stumbling back into a corner. Burchill runs at Bourne in the corner and hits him with a double knee attack!

Bourne falls to the floor and Burchill goes for the cover, 1…2…Bourne gets his foot on the bottom rope for the rope break.

Burchill gets up pissed that Bourne got the rope break. Burchill lifts Bourne up and pushes him back into the corner. Burchill backs up and runs at Bourne, shoulder first, but Bourne manages to just move out of the way, causing Burchill to go should first into the ring post. Both men are down and trying to slowly get back to their feet. They get to their feet and start exchanging forearm shots. Burchill gets the better of the exchange and tosses Bourne off the ropes. As Bourne comes back, Burchill goes for a clothesline, but Bourne ducks it and Bourne springboards off the ropes. Burchill turns around and gets caught by Bourne with a Springboard Tornado DDT!

Bourne crawls over for a cover, 1…2…Burchill kicks out.

Bourne gets back to his feet and Burchill is almost back to his feet too. Bourne runs off the ropes at Burchill and connects with a headscissors takedown. Burchill quickly gets back to his feet only to get hit with a dropkick by Bourne that sends the champion back into a corner. Bourne runs at Burchill in the corner, but Burchill hits Bourne with a back elbow strike that dazes the challenger. Burchill lifts himself up in the corner so that he’s sitting on the top rope, but Bourne catches him off guard by jumping and connecting with a hurricanrana. Bourne then sets up by the ropes and looks back at Burchill on the ground. Bourne springboards off the ropes and connects with a flipping leg drop onto Burchill!

Bourne goes for the cover, 1…2…Burchill kicks out.

Bourne gets up and waits for Burchill to get back to his feet. Bourne gets fired up and hits Burchill with a running jumping forearm strike. Burchill gets up quickly, but Bourne jumps up and connects with a flying knee attack to the champion, which makes him stumble backwards off the ropes. As Burchill comes back off the ropes, Bourne hits him with a spinning back kick that knocks Burchill down. Bourne sets up right at the side of Burchill and hits a Standing Moonsault onto the champion!

The cover, 1…2…Burchill kicks out.

Bourne gets up and goes over to a corner. Bourne climbs up to the top rope and waits for Burchill to get to his feet. Bourne then flies off the top rope and connects with a Diving Double Knee Attack that takes down Burchill by the shoulders!

Bourne goes for the cover, 1…2… Burchill just kicks out!

Bourne gets back to his feet and waits for Burchill to get to his feet. Burchill crawls to the ropes and uses them to get to his feet. Burchill turns around and Bourne goes for a roundhouse kick to the head, but Burchill manages to duck it and out of nowhere hits the TWISTED SISTER reverse neckbreaker!

Burchill slowly crawls over to Bourne and hooks the leg for the cover, 1…2…Bourne just manages to get the shoulder up at the last second!

Burchill, who is exhausted and frustrated at this point, cannot believe it. Burchill slowly gets to his feet and then lifts Bourne back to his feet. Burchill sets up and lifts Bourne up for the Dangerous Buster, but Bourne reverses it with a knee shot to the head as Burchill lifts him up. Bourne gets back to his feet as Burchill holds his head. Bourne then hits Burchill with a roundhouse kick to the head, which knocks the champion to the ground. Bourne looks over at the nearby corner and the crowd goes crazy as they know what Bourne is thinking about. Bourne drags Burchill by the corner and positions him perfectly. Bourne goes to the top rope and sets up for what we can only assume to be Air Bourne, but before he can fly through the air, Katie Lea gets up on the apron and distracts Bourne. The referee goes over to Katie Lea and tells her that she has to get off the apron now, which she does. But that distraction allowed Burchill to get to his feet and sweep one of Bourne’s legs, causing him to lose balance and fall so that he’s sitting on the top rope. Burchill regains his composure and goes to the second rope. Burchill grabs Bourne in a suplex position and steps to the top rope with Bourne. Burchill goes for what looks at first to be a superplex, but halfway down to the mat, Burchill twists and powerslams Bourne to the mat for a SUPER DANGEROUS BUSTER!

Burchill goes for the cover, 1…2…3 BURCHILL WINS the match and RETAINS the ECW Title!

Winner: Paul Burchill

Chimel: Here is your winner and STILL ECW Champion, Paul Burchill!

Burchill is down on his hands and knees exhausted, trying to get to his feet as Bourne is laid flat out on the mat still. Katie Lea gets into the ring and helps her brother to his feet. The referee gives Burchill the ECW Title. Burchill grabs the title and he and Katie Lea leave the ring. The referee checks on Bourne, who is still down, as Burchill stands next to his sister and raises his ECW Title high in the air with a smile on his face as the crowd boos him.

Mathews: What a match that was Matt! Bourne was so close to achieving his dream and winning that ECW Championship.

Striker: Bourne was close, but it was The Ripper Paul Burchill who pulled it out in the end with something we’ve never seen before, a Dangerous Buster off the top rope! That innovation shows you why he’s still the ECW Champion.

Mathews: I have to give credit where credit is due. Burchill was very impressive in this match tonight… although let’s give the assist to Katie Lea for distracting Bourne at the end there.

Striker: Don’t start making up excuses. Katie Lea didn’t interfere at all. Bourne being distracted is his own fault and it’s exactly why he’s never been a champion. After a match like this, I can assure you that Paul Burchill is the real deal and he’s going to be champion for a long time.

We cut backstage to The Revolution’s locker room. There we see The Revolution members talking and getting ready for tonight. The camera then zooms in on Shelton Benjamin who is lacing up his boots. Edge and Chris Jericho sit down on either side of him.

Edge: Shelton Benjamin. You have a minute?

Shelton: Well I’m getting ready for my match up next… but sure. What’s up?

Edge: We need to talk to you about… how you’ve been acting lately.

Jericho: You see… when we brought you into The Revolution, we wanted the aggressive Shelton Benjamin… The Shelton Benjamin who attacked Rey Mysterio continuously until he got a shot at the Intercontinental Championship… The Shelton Benjamin who did what was best for him and didn’t care what anyone else thought of him.

Edge: And for awhile, we had that Shelton Benjamin… But now… it just seems like you’ve lost that aggression.

Shelton stops lacing his boots and just stares forward with a bit of a confused look on his face.

Shelton: Lost my aggression?

Edge: Well… yeah… you have. Just look at the facts. You’ve been shaking hands with all of your opponents after matches… you hesitated to take out Morrison on Smackdown this past week… What’s up with that?

Jericho: Look Shelton… The Revolution is all about aggression… It’s all about doing whatever it takes to be on top and to take over Smackdown… That’s why tonight, it’s very important that you anything and everything to retain that Intercontinental Championship.

Edge: We see a lot of promise in you… but we want you to go out there and show us that your Revolution material.

Shelton lifts his head up and looks over at Edge and then Jericho. Shelton grabs his Intercontinental Title and stands up. Shelton puts the title over his shoulder and looks down at Edge and Jericho.

Shelton: Don’t worry. Tonight… I’ll show you the aggression that you want to see. I won’t let you guys down. Well… it’s time to show John Morrison what Shelton Benjamin is all about!

Edge: Go out there and make us proud.

Shelton walks out of the locker room and makes his way to the ring. Edge and Jericho stand up looking on with a bit of an unsatisfied look on their faces. Jericho turns around.

Jericho: Hey Dolph… can you come over here?

Dolph Ziggler makes his way over to Edge and Jericho.

Ziggler: Hey guys. What do you need?

Jericho: Look… we just talked to Shelton about his attitude, or lack thereof, lately… But we’re not sure how well we got through to him. We’re worried about his match tonight.

Ziggler: Do you want me to go out and help him so we can guarantee that the Intercontinental Title will stay with us?

Edge: No… we don’t want you to help him…. Just watch him and… do what you think is best for The Revolution. You got it?

Ziggler looks at Edge and Jericho with a smirk on his face.

Ziggler: Oh I got it. You can count on me!

Ziggler walks off as Edge and Jericho look on with smiles on their faces.

Grisham: What was that all about? What did Edge mean by “what’s best for The Revolution?”

JR: I don’t know Todd. But right now, let’s get ready for the Intercontinental Title match.

“Ain’t No Make Believe” by Stonefree Experience plays. The crowd cheers as John Morrison makes his way to the ring.

Justin: The following contest is for the Intercontinental Championship. Introducing first, the challenger, from Los Angeles, California, weighing in at 219 pounds, John Morrison.

Grisham: Well it’s time for our second title match of the night, with the Intercontinental Championship on the line. And this man, John Morrison, looks ready to go.

JR: Morrison is no stranger to the Intercontinental Championship, as he is a former champion himself. Morrison looking to regain that title tonight and take it away from The Revolution.

Grisham: Two weeks ago, Morrison earned this title shot by beating Dolph Ziggler in a number one contenders match, but can Morrison beat another Revolution member in Shelton Benjamin?

“Ain't No Stoppin' Me” by Axel plays. The crowd has a mixed reaction as Shelton Benjamin makes his way to the ring.

Justin: And his opponent, from Orangeburg, South Carolina, weighing in at 248 pounds, he is the Intercontinental Champion, The Gold Standard, Shelton Benjamin.

JR: And here comes the champion now, and he looks ready to go after that pep-talk from his leaders. But Todd, you mentioned Dolph Ziggler, who has been pushing Shelton ever since Morrison won the number one contenders match.

Grisham: It seems like Ziggler has gotten on Shelton’s nerves lately, after interfering without asking him to and forcing him to do things he didn’t want to, like hitting Morrison with the Intercontinental Title this past Friday on Smackdown.

JR: Well Edge and Jericho had a talk with Shelton as we saw before this match after Ziggler brought Shelton’s lack of attitude to their attention. Shelton seems fired up, but the question is what type of match will this be? Let’s go backstage to our host for tonight, Tiffany, and find out the results.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. We’re about to find out what type of match Shelton Benjamin and John Morrison will face off in for the Intercontinental Championship. Will it be a Ladder Match, where the first competitor to climb the ladder and retrieve the championship belt will win?... Will it be a Tables Match, where the first competitor to put his opponent through a table will win?... Or will it be an Extreme Rules Match, where all weapons are legal and the only way to win is by pinfall or submission?... Let’s go to the results and find out what match it will be.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE MATCH:

LADDER – 45%
TABLES – 22%
EXTREME RULES – 33%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S A LADDER MATCH!

We cut to ringside and see Shelton and Morrison nodding in confidence and acceptance. The crew comes out from the back, bringing out ladders and putting them around the ring. The referee takes the Intercontinental Title, straps it around the hanger, and then the title is raised above the ring. Shelton and Morrison both look up as the title ascends and then look around at the ladders on the outside.

Grisham: WOW! A Ladder Match! Both of these men are no strangers to ladders. This is going to be a very interesting match JR!

JR: We’ve seen Morrison and Shelton in multiple ladder matches in the past. They know what it takes to get it done. Who will be able to climb that ladder and retrieve the Intercontinental Championship?


Intercontinental Championship
Ladder Match
Shelton Benjamin vs. John Morrison


Shelton and Morrison meet in the middle of the ring. Shelton extends his hand out to Morrison and Morrison shakes his hand. The two measure each other up and lock up. Both men eventually let go, since neither is getting the advantage. They then start exchanging punches back and forth with each other. Soon they move onto exchanging kicks with each other. Shelton goes for a high side kick, but Morrison catches it and spins Shelton around. Shelton comes back for the Dragon Whip, but Morrison ducks it and simultaneously hits Shelton with a pele kick. Morrison grabs Shelton and tosses him into a corner. Morrison runs at Shelton in the corner and performs a monkey flip to him, but Shelton manages to land on his feet. Morrison realizes Shelton landed on his feet so he runs at him, but Shelton counters with a quick Samoan Drop. Shelton lifts Morrison back up and tosses him into a corner. Shelton runs at Morrison in the corner and does a monkey flip of his own, but Morrison lands on his feet just like Shelton did. Shelton runs at Morrison for a clothesline, but Morrison ducks it. Both men turn around towards each other and go for a dropkick at the same time, causing both of them to hit the other and fall to the mat. Both men get to their feet and are at a standstill as the crowd cheers for the athleticism.

Shelton and Morrison both look at each other, then up at the title, and then to the outside at the ladders. Both men on opposite ends go to the outside, grab a ladder, and bring them back into the ring with them. Shelton picks up his ladder, but Morrison runs over and dropkicks the ladder into him. Morrison then grabs his ladder and sets it up horizontally in the corner, between the middle and top ropes. Once the ladder is set, Morrison goes over to Shelton and lifts him up. Morrison tosses Shelton at the ladder in the corner, but Shelton stops himself before he hits it. Morrison then runs at Shelton, but Shelton turns around quickly and flapjacks Morrison onto the ladder in the corner. Shelton then sets Morrison up in a Powerbomb position and tosses him onto the ladder in the corner! Shelton then goes over to the other ladder in the ring, picks it up, and starts to set it up in the middle of the ring. Once he sets up the ladder perfectly, Shelton starts to climb up the ladder, but he only gets to the third rung before Morrison comes over and starts punching him in the back to stop him. Morrison then grabs Shelton's leg to try and pull him down, but Shelton kicks Morrison off him and over to the ropes. Shelton goes to continue climbing, but Morrison springboards off the ropes at Shelton and connects with the FLYING CHUCK KICK to knock Shelton off the ladder!

Both men get back to their feet, but Morrison takes control with forearm shots to Shelton that backs him up to the ropes. Morrison backs up, runs at Shelton and clotheslines him over the top rope and to the outside floor. Morrison waits for Shelton to get to his feet and then launches himself over the top rope, hitting Shelton with a Corkscrew Crossbody! Morrison gets up and taunts to the crowd as they cheer for him. Morrison looks down at the downed Shelton and hits a standing shooting star press onto him. Morrison gets back up and grabs another ladder. Morrison sets this ladder up so that it is resting on the ring apron and the barricade. Morrison then goes back over to Shelton and lifts him up. Morrison tosses Shelton at the ladder, but Shelton slides under the ladder to the other side. Shelton gets to his feet and shoves the ladder forward right into Morrison! Shelton regains his composure and then gets back into the ring. Shelton starts climbing the ladder, as Morrison starts to move slowly on the outside. As Shelton is halfway up the ladder, Morrison gets into the ring, grabs the ladder he put in the corner earlier and hits Shelton in the side with it, which knocks Shelton off of the ladder and to the mat. Morrison, who is exhausted, lets go of the ladder right after he hit Shelton, which causes the ladder to land so that it is leaning up against the ladder standing up.

Morrison slowly gets to the other side of the ladder and starts to climb up it. As Morrison is halfway up the ladder, Shelton starts to get up. Morrison makes it to the top and has a finger tip on the title, but Shelton uses all of his adrenaline to run up the leaning ladder, grabs Morrison by the head, and drives him face-first to the mat for PAY DIRT OFF THE LADDER! Both men are down as the crowd is amazed. Shelton and Morrison slowly get to their feet, using the ropes to help them up. Once they get to their feet, they start exchanging punches. Morrison gets the better of it and goes to irish whip Shelton, but Shelton reverses it and tosses Morrison off the ropes. Morrison comes back off the ropes and catches Shelton with a jumping back heel kick. Shelton sits up, but Morrison runs at him and connects with a knee strike to the face. Morrison lifts Shelton up and sets up for the Moonlight Drive, but Shelton manages to get out of it and quickly hits a T-Bone Suplex on Morrison! Morrison gets up stumbling. Shelton grabs Morrison from behind and delivers an explosive German Suplex. Shelton then goes over to the ladders. Shelton takes the ladder that is leaning and places it on the ground by a corner.

Shelton then picks Morrison up and brings him over by the corner where he just put the ladder by. Shelton grabs Morrison by behind and looks to be going for a German Suplex, but Morrison manages to block the attempt. Morrison elbows his way out of the hold and turns around to grab Shelton. Morrison delivers an STO Backbreaker and follows up with a scoop slam to Shelton right onto the ladder! Morrison leans on the ropes trying to catch his breath, when he looks down at Shelton and over at the corner. Morrison goes to the corner, sets up, and hits STARSHIP PAIN on Shelton, who is lying on the ladder! Morrison struggles to get back up since he’s exhausted and hurt. Morrison crawls his way over to the ladder. Morrison repositions the ladder so that it’s directly under the belt and starts slowly climbing. As Morrison starts climbing, Shelton starts to move. Shelton gets to a knee, looks up, and sees Morrison is almost halfway up the ladder. Shelton stumbles over to the other side of the ladder and starts climbing.

Morrison is close to the top and reaches for the title. He gets a finger on it, so he climbs up a few more rungs. Morrison goes to unhook the belt, when Shelton gets high enough to deliver a shot to Morrison’s gut to prevent him from taking down the belt. Shelton steps up a few more rungs so that he’s even with Morrison. The two start exchanging blows and hold on for dear life to the ladder. Shelton gets the better of the blows and almost causes Morrison to fall off the ladder. Shelton reaches for the title, but Morrison punches him in the gut to prevent it. Shelton holds onto the title though and decides to swing it at Morrison’s head, but Morrison ducks it and simultaneously delivers a huge roundhouse kick to Shelton that makes Shelton wobbly. Morrison grabs the title and swings it so that it HITS SHELTON in the head, KNOCKING HIM OFF THE LADDER and to the mat below! Morrison looks down at Shelton and then back up at the title as the crowd is cheering for him to unhook it. MORRISON UNHOOKS THE TITLE to win the match and the Intercontinental Championship!

Winner: John Morrison

Justin: Here is your winner and NEW Intercontinental Champion, John Morrison!

Morrison holds the Intercontinental Title high on the top of the ladder as the crowd goes crazy. Morrison gets down from the ladder with his new title as Shelton uses the ropes to help himself get back to his feet. Morrison is about to leave the ring, when Shelton stops him. Shelton pauses as he is exhausted and disappointed in himself. Shelton then extends his hand out to Morrison. Morrison looks down at Shelton’s hand and shakes it as the crowd cheers for the mutual respect. Shelton grabs Morrison’s arm and raises it up in victory out of respect. Morrison then gets out of the ring and walks up the ramp to the backstage area. Shelton stands in the ring exhausted and hurt, but mostly frustrated at his loss.

Dolph Ziggler then comes out and goes into the ring with Shelton. Ziggler walks right up to Shelton and starts yelling at Shelton, “WHAT WAS THAT?! You just lost the Intercontinental Title! I thought you had it?” Shelton looks away from Ziggler since he doesn’t want to hear this right now. Ziggler turns Shelton’s face towards him and yells at him, “LOOK AT ME WHEN I’M TALKING TO YOU!” Shelton starts to get angry and yells at Ziggler, “LOOK HERE… I did the damn best that I could! Please… JUST LEAVE ME ALONE! I’m not in the mood for you right now!” Ziggler then backs off a bit and says, “I’m sorry man… I’ll back off” to Shelton. Ziggler moves out of the way and motions for Shelton to go backstage. Shelton stares down Ziggler and then starts walking to leave the ring. But before Shelton could leave the ring, ZIGGLER HITS THE ZIG ZAG! Ziggler gets up and stares down at Shelton with a smirk on his face, as the crowd boos him. Ziggler runs his hands through his hair and flicks the water in his hair at a fallen Shelton.


JR: Oh My God! I can’t believe what we just saw! Dolph Ziggler just Zig Zagged his fellow Revolution member!

Grisham: I guess now we know what Edge and Jericho meant when they told Ziggler to keep an eye on Shelton’s match and to do what was right for The Revolution.

JR: Well the Intercontinental Championship is no longer with The Revolution, but what does this mean for Shelton Benjamin and his status in The Revolution?

Grisham: I guess we’ll just have to wait and find out.

We cut backstage and see Evan Bourne walking in the hallway, holding the back of his head and neck. As he’s walking, Bourne runs into Jack Swagger, who stops him.

Swagger: Well, well, well. After weeks of you making fun of me for losing matches, how ironic is it that you lose the biggest match of your career? Face it Evan… you don’t have it in you to be an ECW Champion… unlike me… a former ECW Champion. So how does it feel to be a loser Evan?

Bourne looks up at Swagger.

Bourne: I don’t know Jack… but I’m pretty sure you can answer that question yourself. Yeah, I lost my match tonight, but at least I got a shot at the ECW Championship tonight. You… you didn’t even have a match tonight nor where you even a choice… So Jack, you can make fun of me all you want for losing tonight… you can flaunt your past ECW Title reign in my face all you want… but the fact is that until you actually win a match… you can’t talk about anyone being a loser other than yourself.

Bourne starts to walk away from Swagger, as Swagger has a very angry look on his face. Swagger runs up behind Bourne and clotheslines him in the back of the head, knocking him to the ground. Swagger picks Bourne up and tosses him hard into a table in the hallway. Swagger throws Bourne to the ground and starts punching him, until security runs over. Swagger struggles with security, but finally the security gets Swagger off of Bourne. As security takes Swagger away, Swagger looks down at Bourne with a pissed off look on his face. The EMTs run over and check on Bourne as we cut away.

King: Wow! Swagger just went crazy there. I hope Evan Bourne is ok.

Cole: Well the EMTs are checking on Bourne now thankfully. But now we move onto our third title match of the night.

“ARE YOU READY?!” “Break It Down” plays. The crowd cheers as Triple H and Shawn Michaels make their way to the ring.

Lilian: The following contest is a triple threat tag team match scheduled for one fall and it is for the Tag Team Championship. Introducing first, at a combined weight of 480 pounds, “The Game” Triple H and “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels, D-Generation X.

Cole: King, the crowd is goes crazy for DX right now! DX looking to not only defeat Priceless again here tonight, but they’re also looking to win their first Tag Team Championship as a team.

King: It’s very surprising that Triple H and Shawn Michaels have never won tag team gold together, but if No Mercy was an indication, they will change all of that tonight.

Cole: DX originally asking for this match two weeks ago and Priceless accepted the challenge. But DX cannot forget that there will be a third team in this match. That’s a very big and important factor in this match.

“It’s A New Day” by Adelitas Way plays. The crowd boos as Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase make their way to the ring.

Lilian: Making their way to the ring, at a combined weight of 454 pounds, the Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Priceless.

King: Here comes two-thirds of Legacy right now. Ever since they won those Tag Team Titles from The Colons about two months ago, they’ve been so over confident about themselves.

Cole: That’s right King. They’ve been going around constantly saying that they are the greatest tag team in the WWE today and that Legacy is the greatest faction of all time. Well after losing to the returning DX at No Mercy and then Cryme Tyme and The Colons in previous weeks, they have a lot to prove here tonight.

King: Rhodes and DiBiase have an excuse for each of those losses and say that they were nothing but flukes. Well tonight it’s time to put up or shut up. With their titles on the line, I’m sure they’re extra focused tonight. Well let’s go backstage now to our host for tonight, Tiffany, and find out what team will join the fray.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany along with the three choices for the Tag Team Title match, The Colons, The Hart Dynasty, and Cryme Tyme.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. We’re about to find out which one of these three teams will join Priceless and DX for the Tag Team Championship. Will it be The Colons…

The camera zooms in on The Colons and the crowd cheers for them.

Tiffany: The Hart Dynasty…

The camera zooms in on The Hart Dynasty and the crowd boos for them.

Tiffany: Or Cryme Tyme?

The camera zooms in on Cryme Tyme and the crowd cheers for them.

Tiffany: Let’s go to the results and find out.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE TEAM:

THE COLONS – 43%
THE HART DYNASTY – 11%
CRYME TYME – 46%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S CRYME TYME!

The camera zooms in on Cryme Tyme who are very excited! The crowd cheers as Cryme Tyme leave and makes their way out to the ring. We cut back to ringside and see Priceless unhappy with the pick, but ready to fight, as is DX.

“Bringin' Da Hood T U” plays. The crowd cheers as Cryme Tyme make their way to the ring.

Lilian: And their opponents, at a combined weight of 530 pounds, Shad and JTG, Cryme Tyme.

Cole: And what an opportunity for Cryme Tyme here. They have a chance to win the Tag Team Titles for the first time in their career.

King: Well Priceless doesn’t seem to like this pick. I think they were hoping for The Hart Dynasty to be picked. But Cryme Tyme will be the third team in this match.

Cole: Three weeks ago, Cryme Tyme actually defeated the champions. Can that happen again tonight, and will this be the night for Cryme Tyme? Let’s get this Tag Team Title match started!


Tag Team Championship
Priceless vs. D-Generation X vs. Cryme Tyme


The match starts off with DiBiase and Triple H as the two legal men. Triple H is discussing his strategies with HBK in the corner as the bell just rings, but gets attacked from behind by DiBiase. DiBiase pulls Triple H out of his corner and starts punching away at him. DiBiase grabs Triple H by the arm and pulls him in for a clothesline. DiBiase starts stomping away at Triple H before finishing off with a knee drop across the chest. DiBiase then flips Triple H over and drops a knee into his back. DiBiase digs his knee into Triple H’s back while grabbing his head and stretching it back. After a few seconds, DiBiase lets go of Triple H’s head and shoves it to the mat. DiBiase then grabs Triple H’s head again and locks in a side headlock. DiBiase wrenches away, but Triple H starts to get back up to a vertical base. Triple H starts elbowing DiBiase in the gut and then pushes him off of him. DiBiase comes back for a quick clothesline, but Triple H ducks it, reaches back, and drops DiBiase with a reverse neckbreaker. Both men get back to their feet and start exchanging punches. Triple H gets the better of the exchange and tosses DiBiase off the ropes. Triple H bends down for a back body drop, but DiBiase stops and kicks Triple H in the chest. DiBiase backs up and runs off the ropes at Triple H, but Triple H quickly counters with a high knee strike. Triple H runs off the ropes, does the DX chop, and delivers a knee drop right onto DiBiase’s head.

Triple H goes for the cover, 1…2…DiBiase kicks out.

Triple H picks DiBiase up and tosses him into his corner. Triple H starts punching DiBiase and then tags in HBK. HBK gets in and delivers a few chops to DiBiase’s chest as the crowd chants “WOO!” for each one. HBK pulls DiBiase out of the corner right into an inverted atomic drop. HBK grabs DiBiase’s legs and trips him to the ground. HBK holds down one of DiBiase’s legs and stomps on it. DiBiase clutches it in pain, but HBK grabs the leg and stomps on it again. HBK then grabs both of DiBiase’s legs, looks out at the crowd, and then locks in the Figure-Four Leg Lock! DiBiase is screaming in pain and inches his way over to the ropes. Finally, DiBiase gets to the bottom rope and HBK has to release the hold. HBK gets up and immediately grabs DiBiase’s legs and drags him to the center of the ring. HBK goes for the Figure-Four Leg Lock again, but DiBiase kicks HBK off of him. HBK bounces off the ropes and stumbles back towards DiBiase.

DiBiase grabs HBK and rolls him up with a school boy, 1…2…HBK kicks out.

Both men get to their feet, but HBK gets control with a huge chop to the chest. HBK runs off the ropes, but DiBiase follows him. HBK notices DiBiase isn’t there and turns around right into a clothesline by DiBiase. DiBiase drags HBK by his legs over to his corner. DiBiase slingshots HBK right into his corner. DiBiase gets up and tags in Rhodes. DiBiase and Rhodes grab HBK from behind and deliver a Double Back Suplex to him!

Rhodes goes for the cover, 1…2…HBK kicks out.

Rhodes gets right up and starts stomping on HBK rapidly. Rhodes lifts HBK up and puts his neck across the middle rope. Rhodes starts choking HBK on the rope until the referee counts to 4 and tells him to get off. Rhodes backs off as the referee is yelling at him. As this happens, DiBiase goes over to HBK on the apron and kicks him in the side of the head. Rhodes then goes right over to the downed HBK and locks in a front facelock. He slowly pulls HBK up and clubs him in the back twice. Rhodes then snaps off a DDT on HBK.

Rhodes goes for the cover, 1…2…HBK kicks out.

Rhodes lifts HBK up and tosses him off the ropes. As HBK comes back, Rhodes hits him with a dropkick. The dropkick sends HBK stumbling backwards right into Cryme Tyme’s corner. JTG reaches over at HBK and tags himself in. JTG runs in the ring at Rhodes. Rhodes goes for a clothesline, but JTG ducks it and continues off the ropes. JTG comes back at Rhodes and hits him with a flipping shoulder block. Rhodes gets back up and gets caught with a dropkick by JTG. JTG calls for Rhodes to get back. As Rhodes gets to his feet, JTG grabs Rhodes’s arms and delivers an arm-trap backbreaker, he calls the BOX CUTTER!

JTG goes for the cover, 1…2…Rhodes kicks out.

JTG gets up and taunts to the crowd, who are cheering him on. JTG lifts Rhodes up and tosses him into the empty corner. JTG runs at Rhodes in the corner, hops on the middle rope, and goes for the Mug Shot, but Rhodes manages to push JTG off. JTG runs at Rhodes again, but Rhodes puts a boot up and connects with JTG. JTG stumbles as Rhodes goes up to the second ropes. Rhodes jumps off the ropes and connects with a bulldog onto JTG. Rhodes crawls over to his corner and tags in DiBiase. DiBiase gets in, runs over to JTG and drops an elbow across his back. DiBiase then grabs JTG around the waist, lifts him up, and delivers a gutbuster, followed up by scoop slam.

DiBiase goes for the cover, 1…2…JTG kicks out.

DiBiase lifts JTG up and shoves him chest first into the empty corner. DiBiase then delivers a few forearm strikes right to the back of JTG. DiBiase pulls JTG out of the corner and connects with a Russian legsweep. DiBiase gets up and delivers a calculated fist drop right to JTG’s head. DiBiase goes for the cover, 1…2…JTG kicks out. DiBiase goes over to his corner and tags in Rhodes. Priceless stalk JTG from opposite sides of the ring as JTG slowly gets to his feet. Priceless run at JTG and hit him with the HIGH-LOW!

Rhodes goes for the cover, 1…2…JTG kicks out.

Rhodes quickly mounts JTG and starts punching away at him. Rhodes lifts JTG up and scoop slams him to the mat. Rhodes then looks over at the empty corner and starts climbing it to the top rope. Rhodes looks back at JTG on the mat, sets up, and goes for a Moonsault, but JTG moves out of the way at the last second, making Rhodes crash and burn onto the mat. The crowd cheers JTG on as he slowly tries to make it to his corner to tag in Shad. Rhodes, holding his ribs, tries to grab JTG’s foot to prevent him from getting to his corner, but JTG kicks Rhodes off of him. JTG dives and finally makes the tag into Shad. Rhodes just gets to his feet, but gets decked by a huge shoulder block from Shad. Shad runs over to DiBiase in his corner and knocks him off the apron with a shoulder block too. Rhodes stumbles back to his feet. Shad grabs Rhodes and delivers a Samoan Drop to him. Shad runs off the ropes, taunts and screams “Money, Money! Yeah, Yeah!” and drops an elbow across the chest of Rhodes!

Shad goes for the cover, 1…2…DiBiase breaks up the cover.

Shad goes to hit DiBiase, but the referee yells at DiBiase to get back into his corner. Rhodes slowly gets up and tries to sneak attack Shad, but Shad turns around and hits Rhodes with a huge big boot, that sends Rhodes flying back. Rhodes falls back into DX’s corner, and Triple H tags himself into the match. Triple H gets into the ring, but Shad goes right after him. Shad tosses Triple H off the ropes and bends down for a back body drop, but Triple H reverses it into a facebuster knee smash, that stuns the big man. Triple H runs at Shad and clotheslines him, but Shad is still standing. Triple H runs at Shad again and Shad goes for a clothesline, but Triple H ducks it. Triple H turns around quickly and chop blocks Shad, knocking him down. Triple H runs off the ropes and delivers a knee drop onto Shad.

Triple H goes for the cover, 1…2…Shad kicks out.

Triple H gets up and waits for Shad to get back to his feet. Shad gets up and runs at Triple H, but Triple H hits him with a Double A Spine Buster. Triple H taunts as the crowd goes crazy! Triple H grabs Shad and sets up for the Pedigree, but before he can pull off the move, Rhodes tries to get into the ring. The referee stops Rhodes, but this distracts Triple H. DiBiase slides into the ring, grabs Triple H from behind, and delivers DREAM STREET! The referee turns around to see DiBiase in the ring and tells him to get out. Triple H and Shad are both down. After a few seconds, both men slowly start to make their way over to their respective corners. Eventually, Triple H manages to tag in HBK as Shad tags in JTG.

Both men meet at the center of the ring and start exchanging punches. JTG gets the better of it and tosses HBK off the ropes, but HBK comes back with a flying forearm shot, followed by a kip up. HBK grabs JTG and scoop slams him to the mat. HBK goes to the top rope, jumps off, and hits a diving elbow drop onto JTG. HBK gets up and is pumped up, as is the crowd. HBK goes into a corner and starts tuning up the band as JTG slowly gets back to his feet. HBK is about to go for Sweet Chin Music, but Rhodes grabs his arm on the apron. HBK turns around at Rhodes and smashes Rhodes’s head against the ring post. HBK turns back around and goes for Sweet Chin Music on JTG, but JTG ducks it and hits him with a reverse neckbreaker. JTG lifts HBK up and tosses him into a corner. JTG runs at HBK, hops onto the middle rope, and delivers the Mug Shot! JTG stalks HBK as he slowly gets back up. JTG runs at HBK and hits the SHOUT OUT!

JTG goes for the cover, 1…2…Triple H just breaks it up!

DiBiase comes into the ring and runs at Triple H, but Triple H tosses DiBiase over the top rope. Shad then comes in and starts punching Triple H. JTG comes over and joins his partner, backing up Triple H to the ropes. JTG runs at Triple H, but Triple H puts his boot up and connects with JTG. Shad then runs at Triple H, but Triple H ducks and pulls the top rope down, causing Shad to go over the top rope and to the outside floor. Triple H goes out to the apron and JTG comes over to attack him, but Triple H blocks JTG punch and drops him down on the ropes for a jawbreaker. Triple H goes to the outside and tosses Shad into the steel steps. As this happens, back in the ring JTG stumbles backwards from the jawbreaker on the ropes. JTG turns around right into SWEET CHIN MUSIC from HBK!

HBK goes for the cover, 1…2…DiBiase gets into the ring and just break it up!

DiBiase starts punching away at HBK. Triple H then slides back into the ring and backs DiBiase up to the ropes with punches. Triple H runs at DiBiase and clotheslines DiBiase and himself over the top rope, causing both men to hit the floor hard. Rhodes gets back onto the apron and notices JTG is down by his corner. Rhodes leans over the ropes and tags himself in. Rhodes gets into the ring as HBK slowly gets back to his feet. Rhodes grabs HBK from behind and delivers CROSS RHODES!

Rhodes goes for the cover, 1…2…3 PRICELESS WINS the match and RETAINS the titles!

Winners: Priceless

Lilian: Here are your winners and STILL Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Priceless!

Rhodes gets to his feet and stands tall. DiBiase rolls back into the ring and joins his partner. The referee gives Priceless their Tag Team Titles and raises their arms in victory. Priceless leave the ring and start walking up the ramp. They turn around and survey the damage in and around the ring. Rhodes and DiBiase then smile and lift their Tag Team Titles up proudly as DiBiase screams, “WE TOLD YOU! WE TOLD ALL OF YOU!”

Cole: What a win Priceless picked up here. With the odds against them retaining, they managed to pull out the victory and keep their Tag Team Titles.

King: You have to give credit where credit is due. Cody Rhodes saw Shawn Michaels and JTG were hurt and that no one else was around. Rhodes tag himself in and takes advantage with a Cross Rhodes onto HBK that wins the match for Priceless.

Cole: I hate to say it, but that was very smart by Rhodes. Priceless really proved tonight why they are the Tag Team Champions. I’m sure their Legacy leader Randy Orton will be very happy about this.

We cut backstage and see Dolph Ziggler walking in the hallway with a huge grin on his face. Backstage reporter Eve catches up to him.

Eve: Dolph… moments ago we saw you take out your fellow Revolution member Shelton Benjamin with a Zig Zag after he went through a grueling Ladder Match. What was that all about?

Ziggler looks at Eve and laughs a bit.

Ziggler: What was that? That was something that needed to be done for some time now. Lately, Shelton had lost his attitude… his determination… and frankly, he didn’t belong in The Revolution. You see in The Revolution, we don’t hesitate to take our opponents out… we just do it! Shelton was off showing respect by shaking hands with people who have no respect for him or The Revolution. That’s why this group was made… and obviously Shelton didn’t understand that. He rather be a class act and entertain these fans rather than take his career to the next level… And that’s why he’ll never be a big star in this company.

Ziggler now changes to a very serious look.

Ziggler: Shelton was nothing more than dead weight, keeping The Revolution down… and the only reason we kept him is because he had the Intercontinental Title… but not anymore. We dropped Shelton Benjamin quicker than he dropped that title to John Morrison tonight… So tonight, all I did was follow the orders of my leaders. Edge and Chris Jericho told me that if Shelton lost the match to personally kick him out of the group… and that’s exactly what I did! And now that the trash has been taken out, The Revolution can finally move on with our plan to take over Smackdown. And as far as the Intercontinental Title goes…

Ziggler looks right at the camera.

Ziggler: Morrison… don’t get to comfortable with that title… because I’m coming for you and I’m bringing that title back to The Revolution where it belongs.

Ziggler walks away as we cut back to ringside.

Fire pyro goes off on the stage. “Man On Fire” plays. The crowd boos as Kane makes his way to the ring.

Justin: Making his way to the ring, weighing in at 323 pounds, Kane.

Grisham: And here comes the Big Red Machine, Kane. And as always, Kane looks to be in a mood to hurt someone, and tonight that someone is his brother, The Undertaker.

JR: Well this all started a back at our last pay per view No Mercy, where Kane turned on the Undertaker, not only costing him a shot at being the number one contender, but also making sure that he punished him.

Grisham: We were all shocked that night, wondering why Kane would do that. His reasoning was that since Undertaker came back, he had been selfish, only caring about his needs and not the needs of the Brothers Of Destruction.

The lights go out and the gong sounds. “Graveyard Symphony” plays. The crowd cheers as the Undertaker makes his way to the ring.

Justin: And his opponent, from Death Valley, weighing in at 299 pounds, The Undertaker.

JR: Well this man, the Undertaker, did not see it that way. Undertaker was trying to take out The Revolution, specifically Chris Jericho, in the quickest way he could. Yes, he did want to handle Jericho himself at times, but you can’t blame him for that.

Grisham: After the betrayal at No Mercy and hearing his brother’s reasoning for what he did, Undertaker challenged Kane to a match here tonight to settle this sibling rivalry, and obviously Kane accepted the match.

JR: And these two brothers will get their hands on each other right now, but this is not going to be a wrestling match. This is going to be a fight! You the fans have been voting for what type of match this should be, and each match guarantees that anything and everything is legal. Now let’s go backstage to our host for tonight, Tiffany, and find out the results.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. We’re about to find out what type of match Kane and The Undertaker will face off in to end the sibling rivalry. Will it be a Street Fight, where anything is legal and the only way to win is by pinfall or submission?... Will it be a First Blood Match, where the first competitor to make his opponent bleed will win?... Or will it be a Stretcher Match, where the first competitor to put his opponent on the stretcher and push him across the white line on the stage will win?... Let’s go to the results and find out what type of match it will be.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE MATCH:

STREET FIGHT – 28%
FIRST BLOOD – 20%
STRETCHER – 52%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S A STRETCHER MATCH!

We cut to ringside and see a referee come out with a stretcher and puts it by the ringside area as Undertaker and Kane stare each other down, just waiting for the bell to ring.

Grisham: Wow! A Stretcher Match! As if they need more of a reason to beat the hell out of each other tonight, they now have to beat each other almost to an unconscious state so that they can put them on the stretcher and push them across the line at the top of the ramp.

JR: Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for a fight! This sibling rivalry is about to get ugly!


Stretcher Match
Undertaker vs. Kane


The match starts off with both Undertaker and Kane going right after each other, exchanging punches in the middle of the ring. Undertaker gets the better of the exchange and backs his brother into a corner. Undertaker lands a hard right hand on Kane, that dazes the Big Red Monster. Undertaker backs up and runs at Kane in the corner going for a body splash, but Kane moves out of the way, causing Undertaker to crash chest first into the corner. Kane turns Undertaker around and delivers a huge uppercut that sends Undertaker stumbling back into the corner. Kane runs at Undertaker in the corner and delivers a clothesline. Undertaker stumbles out of the corner and gets caught with a sidewalk slam by Kane. Kane then mounts Undertaker and starts punching away at his brother. Kane gets off Undertaker and gets back to his feet as the crowd boos him. Kane lifts Undertaker up and onto his shoulder. Kane starts running, looking for what we believe to be a running powerslam, but Undertaker slides off of Kane's shoulder. Kane stops his momentum and turns around towards Undertaker. Kane runs at the Dead Man for a clothesline, but Undertaker ducks it. Undertaker turns Kane around and lifts him onto his shoulder now. Undertaker walks over to a corner and drops Kane face first onto the top turnbuckle for Snake Eyes. Kane stumbles backwards as Undertaker runs off the ropes and connects with a big boot right to the face of the Big Red Machine.

After getting hit, Kane rolls out of the ring to regroup, but Undertaker immediately follows him to the outside. Undertaker starts punching Kane and then tosses him into the ring, but sets Kane up so that his head is hanging off the apron. Undertaker measures up and delivers a calculated punch to Kane's head. Undertaker then gets onto the apron and goes for his patented apron leg drop on Kane, but Kane manages to move just at the last second, causing Undertaker to come down hard on the apron. Kane gets to his feet in the ring and sees his brother hurt on the outside. Kane runs at the ropes and delivers a baseball slide to the back of Undertaker, which sends the Dead Man forward into the announce table. Kane goes back out to the outside and smashes Undertaker's head on the announce table. Kane grabs Undertaker and tosses him hard into the steel steps, causing the steel steps to come apart. Kane walks over to his brother with an evil smirk on his face. Kane lifts Undertaker up and drops him across the barricade, following up with a big boot to the face. Kane looks down at his fallen brother and then glances over the steel steps he threw him into a few minutes ago. Kane grabs the upper half of the steel steps and waits for Undertaker to get up. Kane goes up to Undertaker and SMASHES HIM RIGHT IN THE HEAD WITH THE STEEL STEPS! Kane drops the steel steps and does an evil laugh as the crowd boos him.

Kane picks Undertaker back up, who has been cut open a bit on his forehead. Kane grabs Undertaker by the back of the head and tosses the Dead Man head first into the nearby ring post. Kane lifts Undertaker up and carries him over to the stretcher. Kane puts his brother on the stretcher and starts to push it up the ramp. About halfway up the ramp, Undertaker kicks Kane in the chest to stop Kane from pushing the stretcher up the ramp more. Kane tips the stretcher over quickly, causing Undertaker to fall down on the ramp. Kane grabs Undertaker and tosses him into the barricade along the ramp. Kane goes over to Undertaker and starts punching away at his head. Kane then reaches over the barricade into the audience and grabs a steel chair. Kane winds up and goes to hit Undertaker with the chair, but Undertaker kicks Kane in the gut to stop him. Undertaker then pushes Kane back with his boot, causing Kane to stumble backwards and trip over the stretcher. Undertaker uses the barricade to help him get back to his feet as he is still bleeding from the forehead, but not too badly. Undertaker looks down at the steel chair and picks it up as Kane starts to get back up. Undertaker measures up and hits Kane with the steel chair. Kane goes stumbling backwards down the ramp a bit. Undertaker lifts the stretcher back up, runs at Kane, and RAMS THE STRETCHER right into his brother! Kane falls backwards and to the ground by the ring.

Kane gets lifts himself up with the apron and quickly rolls in the ring as Undertaker makes his way towards him. Undertaker follows Kane into the ring and starts punching him in the middle of the ring. Undertaker goes for an irish whip, but Kane reverses it and tosses Undertaker off the ropes. Kane bends down for a back body drop, but Undertaker reverses it by connecting with a running DDT. Undertaker sits up and the crowd goes crazy. Undertaker picks Kane back up, grabs him by the back of the head, and smashes his head on the top turnbuckle in a corner a few times. Undertaker then turns Kane around so that his back is to the corner and connects with a back elbow to the face. Undertaker then goes to the opposite corner and measures up. Undertaker runs at Kane in the corner and goes for a big boot to the face, but Kane manages to move out of the way at the last second causing Undertaker's leg to go over the top rope with his momentum taking him completely over the top rope and to the apron. Kane runs at Undertaker and delivers a big boot of his own, knocking the Dead Man off the apron and to the floor. After regaining his composure, Kane goes to the outside and makes his way over to the time keeper's station. Kane reaches over and grabs the ring bell. Kane stalks Undertaker as the Dead Man slowly gets back to his feet. Kane runs at Undertaker and NAILS HIM IN THE HEAD WITH THE RING BELL!

Kane mounts Undertaker right away and starts punching away at his head violently. Kane gets off of him and we see Undertaker's cut open again and bleeding even more than before. Kane lifts Undertaker up and tosses him back into the ring. Kane looks under the ring and takes out a garbage can, a fire extinguisher, a steel chair, and a lead pipe. Kane tosses all of the weapons into the ring and then gets into the ring himself. Kane grabs the steel chair as Undertaker starts to get up. Kane swings and lays out Undertaker with the STEEL CHAIR SHOT TO THE HEAD! Kane goes over to Undertaker and presses the chair against his throat to choke him. Kane lets go and delivers a chair shot to the midsection of Undertaker. Kane then lifts a hurt Undertaker back to his feet. Kane takes the chair and puts the top of it against Undertaker's throat. Kane gives an evil smile as he pauses and the crowd boos him. Kane takes too long though and Undertaker is able to save himself with desperation elbow shots to the gut of Kane to get out of the predicament. Kane comes right back at Undertaker swinging the chair, but Undertaker ducks it and immediately grabs him by the throat. Quickly, Undertaker sets up and delivers a CHOKESLAM to Kane right ONTO THE NEARBY TRASH CAN!

Undertaker drops to his knees after his short adrenaline burst and checks his head which is still bleeding. Undertaker crawls over and grabs the lead pipe. Both Undertaker and Kane slowly make it back to their feet. Undertaker takes the lead pipe and nails Kane right between the eyes with it. Undertaker quickly mounts Kane and hits him a few more times with the lead pipe in the head until Kane starts bleeding. Undertaker then sets up and locks in HELLS GATE on Kane, but WITH THE LEAD PIPE ACROSS KANE'S THROAT! Kane is tapping out as blood pours down his head, but it doesn't matter since it's a stretcher match. Undertaker keeps the submission locked in until Kane passes out. Undertaker lets go of the hold, gets up, and regains his composure from the earlier beating. Undertaker then drags Kane's lifeless body over to the edge of the ring. Undertaker goes to the outside and brings the stretcher over to the edge of the ring. Undertaker grabs Kane and drags him out of the ring and onto the stretcher. Undertaker starts pushing the stretcher up the ramp, but isn't going that fast since he's hurt and exhausted. Undertaker gets a little more than halfway up the ramp when Kane manages to sit up. Kane delivers a few punches to Undertaker's head, which causes the Dead Man to stop pushing the stretcher.

Undertaker lets go of the stretcher and goes to the side because of the punches, but that causes the stretcher to roll down the ramp and crash into ring, but Kane manages to get off right before it crashes into the ring. Kane, hurt and tired, slowly pulls himself up using the ring apron as Undertaker comes back down the ramp. Kane rolls into the ring as Undertaker approaches the ring. Undertaker gets on the apron, but before he can get into the ring, Kane grabs the FIRE EXTINGUISHER and SPRAYS IT IN THE FACE of Undertaker! Undertaker falls on the apron holding his face. Kane regains his composure and makes his way over to the apron where Undertaker is. Kane goes out on the apron and lifts Undertaker up. Kane grabs Undertaker by the throat and CHOKESLAMS HIM OFF THE APRON AND ONTO THE STRETCHER! Kane collapses on the apron as Undertaker is laying on the stretcher.

Kane gets down from the apron and gets Undertaker's body completely on the stretcher since he was kind of hanging off. Kane then starts pushing the stretcher up the ramp, but he's going slow since he's hurt and out of energy. Kane manages to get the stretcher all the way to the top of the ramp, but before he can cross the white line to win, UNDERTAKER FALLS OFF THE STRETCHER to save the match! Kane puts his hands on his head in frustration and catches his breath. Kane lifts Undertaker up, who is almost like dead weight at this point. Kane lifts Undertaker on his shoulder to setup for the Tombstone Piledriver, but Undertaker slides off Kane's shoulder. Kane turns around and Undertaker, with a short adrenaline burst, manages to lift Kane up and delivers the TOMBSTONE PILEDRIVER! Undertaker slowly gets back to his feet and goes to lift Kane up and onto the stretcher. Undertaker struggles a bit, but he finally gets Kane's lifeless body onto the stretcher. Undertaker then PUSHES THE STRETCHER ACROSS THE WHITE LINE to win the match!

Winner: Undertaker

Justin: Here is your winner, The Undertaker!

Undertaker almost collapses on the ramp after that grueling match. He catches his breath an gets back up to his feet. Undertaker looks out at the crowd as the cheer for him. He starts walking to the back, when he stop. Undertaker looks back at the crowd and then at Kane still lifeless on the stretcher. The Dead Man then looks forward and raises his arm up as the crowd goes wild.

JR: Wow! What a match that was! We knew this match was going to be intense, and sure enough it didn't disappoint.

Grisham: Both men threw everything they had at one another. Kane was so close to winning at the end there, but Undertaker showed his brother why he is the Phenom.

JR: Undertaker somehow mustered up the energy and strength to deliver a Tombstone Piledriver to his brother to win the match and make him rest in peace.

Grisham: As powerful as these two men are, I can tell you that this match took a huge toll on both of them. Well right now, let’s go over to Raw’s Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler.

Cole: Thank you guys. And I have to say, that was intense right there. What a match that was King.

King: Yeah it was. You can tell that those two really wanted to beat the hell out of each other tonight.

Cole: Well up next, the WWE Championship is on the line. The champion John Cena will defend his title, but the question is against who? Will it be Randy Orton, Mr. Kennedy, or the Big Show? Let’s take a look back at how this match came to be.

*****************Match Preview******************

Vickie: At Cyber Sunday, John Cena will be defending the WWE Title, but we won’t know his opponent until that night... the WWE Universe gets to vote for John Cena’s opponent. There will be three choices for the fans to vote on. We will determine those choices here tonight in three matches.

We see Big Show lift Triple H up and deliver a Knockout Punch to him.

Cole: Well after an impressive win... the Big Show becomes the first person to qualify as a choice at Cyber Sunday.

We then see Kennedy then jump off the ropes with Ted DiBiase on his shoulders and connects with the Green Bay Plunge.

Cole: And with that win, Mr. Kennedy joins the Big Show as one of the three choices to face John Cena for the WWE Championship at Cyber Sunday.

We then see HBK turn around and get hit with a quick RKO by Orton.

Cole: Randy Orton wins the match and becomes the third and final choice for the WWE Championship match.

We then see the WWE Champion John Cena.

Cena: At Cyber Sunday, I will defend the WWE Championship against the opponent that you the fans choose for me. I could be facing the World’s Largest Athlete, the current United States Champion, the Big Show…

We see clips of Big Show beating up multiple superstars over the weeks and delivering Knockout Punches.

Big Show: If anyone deserves a shot at the WWE Title, IT’S ME! I’m currently the most dominant superstar in the entire WWE.

We see a clip from No Mercy of Big Show delivering a Knockout Punch to MVP and then Chokeslamming him through the announce table.

Big Show: At No Mercy, I not only took the United States Title from MVP but I left him lying on the floor unconscious. At Cyber Sunday, I will stand tall as both your UNITED STATES AND NEW WWE CHAMPION!

We then go back to Cena talking.

Cena: I could be facing the cocky, loud mouthed young man with a bright future, Mr. Kennedy…

We see clips of Mr. Kennedy fighting over the weeks and delivering Mic Checks to Orton and Big Show.

Kennedy: The people want to see someone new get a title shot. The people want to see the future in action. They want new faces….and that’s ME! At Cyber Sunday, the fans are going to vote for the most deserving number one contender and that is Misterrrrrrrrrrrrrr Kennedyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!

We then go back to Cena talking again.

Cena: Or, I could be facing the man who I beat at No Mercy, Randy Orton.

We then see clips of Orton taking people out over the weeks and delivering RKOs to Kennedy, Big Show, and Cena.

Orton: At Cyber Sunday... you people should be voting for who’s most deserving of a title shot, and that’s without a doubt me. I should still be WWE Champion. I will give you your money's worth. I deserve to be WWE Champion!

We then see clips of Cena beating up his opponents over the weeks.

Cena: It’s going to be a tough challenge going into a title defense not knowing my challenger, but I’ve fought through the odds before. At Cyber Sunday, I’m going to give it my all for all of you! I WON’T BACK DOWN! I WON’T SURRENDER! And I WILL walk out STILL WWE CHAMPION!

We then see clips of Big Show, Orton, Kennedy, and Cena all holding the WWE Title high in the air.

Cole: Who will John Cena defend his WWE Championship against? And who will walk out the WWE Champion?

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“The Time Is Now” by John Cena plays. The crowds cheers as John Cena makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is for the WWE Championship. Introducing first, from West Newbury, Massachusetts, weighing in at 240 pounds, he is the WWE Champion, John Cena.

Cole: Here comes the WWE Champion, getting ready for one of the toughest challenges in his career. Cena has defended titles against many different superstars and against multiple challengers at once. But tonight, he goes into this match not knowing who he will face.

King: As good as Cena is and as confident as he may feel, it has to be tough not knowing who you will be defending your title against. I’m sure Cena has prepared for all three of his possible challengers, but will that be good enough?

Cole: We’ll have to see, but never count Cena out. This past week on Raw, we saw Cena take it to all three of his possible opponents and was left standing tall at the end of the show over all three of them. I think Cena is ready for this. Now let’s go backstage to our host for tonight, Tiffany, to find out who you the fans voted for.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany along with the three choices for the WWE Title match, Randy Orton, Mr. Kennedy, and Big Show.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. We’re about to find out which one of these three men will take on John Cena right now for the WWE Championship. Will it be Randy Orton…

The camera zooms in on Orton and the crowd boos for him.

Tiffany: Mr. Kennedy…

The camera zooms in on Kennedy and the crowd cheers for him.

Tiffany: Or The Big Show?

The camera zooms in on Big Show and the crowd boos for him.

Tiffany: Let’s go to the results and find out.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE OPPONENT:

RANDY ORTON – 8%
MR. KENNEDY – 87%
BIG SHOW – 5%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S MR. KENNEDY!

The camera zooms in on Kennedy who smiles and gets pumped up! Orton and Big Show look over at Kennedy, furious that they didn’t win. Kennedy looks over at Orton and taunts in his face as he smirks and yells “KENNEDY!” The crowd cheers as Kennedy leaves and makes his way out to the ring. Orton looks on pissed off and slams his hand against the wall in frustration. We cut back to ringside and see Cena in the ring getting ready for Kennedy.

“KENNEDY!” “Turn Up The Trouble” by Airbourne plays. The crowd cheers as Kennedy makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: And the challenger, from Green Bay, Wisconsin, weighing in at 235 pounds, Mr. Kennedy.

Cole: An opportunity of a lifetime here for Mr. Kennedy. He has waited so long for his chance at the WWE Championship. Well thanks to the fans, Kennedy gets his shot.

King: Did you see Orton and Big Show? They did not look happy that Kennedy got chosen. But that’s just the way it works tonight. It looks like Kennedy campaigned the best out of the three choices.

Cole: Well unlike Cena, Kennedy knew who his opponent would be. Kennedy is prepared. He is ready for tonight. After weeks of being told by Orton and Big Show that he isn’t championship material, Kennedy has the chance to prove them wrong. Will Mr. Kennedy become Mr. WWE Champion? We’re about to find out.


WWE Championship
John Cena vs. Mr. Kennedy


The match starts out with both men staring at each other and then locking up in the middle of the ring. Kennedy gets the advantage and locks in a side headlock on Cena. Cena elbows Kennedy in the back and pushes him off of him. Kennedy comes back off the ropes and knocks Cena down with a shoulder block. Cena starts to get up and Kennedy runs off the ropes again. Kennedy comes back at Cena, but Cena capitalizes with a hip toss to Kennedy. Kennedy gets back up to his feet quickly, but turns around into a flurry of punches by Cena. Cena then tosses Kennedy into a corner. Cena runs at Kennedy in the corner, but Kennedy gets a boot up and connects with Cena's face. Cena stumbles away and Kennedy comes up behind him and clubs him in the back a few times. Kennedy grabs Cena and tosses him straight into the corner, making him crash into the ring post shoulder first. Kennedy pulls Cena out of the corner from behind and delivers a back suplex.

The cover, 1...2...Cena kicks out. Kennedy lifts Cena up and tosses him into a corner.

Kennedy runs at Cena in the corner and delivers a running shoulder thrust to the gut of Cena. Kennedy then starts punching Cena in the head until Cena is sitting down in the corner. Kennedy stomps on Cena a bit in the corner and then backs up. Kennedy measures Cena up, runs at him in the corner, and connects with the Facewash!

Kennedy drags Cena out of the corner and goes for the cover, 1...2...Cena kicks out.

Kennedy grabs Cena and clubs him in the back as he lifts Cena to his feet. Kennedy then delivers a suplex to Cena. Kennedy immediately sits Cena up, goes behinds him, and locks in a surfboard stretch. After a little bit of having the stretch in, Cena starts to get back to his feet to try and reverse the hold. Cena gets back to his feet, but before he has a chance to break Kennedy's grip, Kennedy lets go, turns Cena around, and snaps off a DDT. Kennedy goes for the cover, 1...2...Cena kicks out. Kennedy waits for Cena to get back to his feet. Once Cena gets back to his feet, Kennedy dropkicks Cena, sending Cena backwards crashing into the nearby corner. Cena stumbles out of the corner. Kennedy goes over to Cena, grabs him, and delivers a Russian leg sweep. Kennedy turns Cena over onto his stomach and delivers a few knee strikes to Cena's back. Kennedy then jumps up and drops a knee right across the back of Cena's head. Kennedy turns Cena over on his back and goes for the cover, 1...2...Cena kicks out. Kennedy gets to his feet, lifts Cena up and tosses him into a corner. Kennedy runs at Cena in the corner, but Cena gets his boot up just in time, catching Kennedy right in the face and causing him to stumble backwards. Cena runs at Kennedy, but Kennedy manages to counter with a quick Powerslam out of nowhere!

The cover, 1...2...Cena kicks out.

Kennedy flips Cena over and gets him in a front facelock. Kennedy slowly gets back to his feet with the grip still locked in. Kennedy twists around slowly and goes to drop Cena for a reverse neckbreaker, but Cena elbows Kennedy in the back and gets out of the grip. Cena turns around and runs at Kennedy, but Kennedy counters with a knee to the gut that flips Cena over and to the ground. Kennedy lifts Cena up and punches him a few times against the ropes. Kennedy then tosses Cena off of the ropes. Kennedy bends down for a back body drop, but Cena stops and kicks Kennedy. Cena bounces back off the ropes and runs at Kennedy. Kennedy goes for a standing clothesline, but Cena ducks under it and runs continues to run off the ropes.

Cena comes back at Kennedy and hits him with a flying shoulder block, taking him down! Kennedy gets back up and gets hit with another flying shoulder block by Cena! Cena is starting to feel the adrenaline as he tells Kennedy to get back up. As Kennedy gets back to his feet, Cena grabs him from behind and delivers a Spin-Out Powerbomb! Cena stands tall over Kennedy and looks out at the crowd who starts to cheer since they know what's coming next. Cena does the "You Can't See Me!" taunt and runs off the ropes. Cena comes back at Kennedy, brushes off his shoulder, and drops his fist right on Kennedy's head for the 5-Knuckle Shuffle! Cena gets back to his feet and taunts as he waits for Kennedy to get back to his feet. Kennedy gets back to his feet and turns around into Cena lifting him up on his shoulders, but before Cena can go for the Attitude Adjustment, Kennedy elbows and fights his way off of Cena's shoulders. Kennedy turns Cena around and quickly gets him on his shoulders and delivers a Rolling Fireman's Carry! Kennedy catches his breath and drags Cena closer to the corner before going to the top rope. Kennedy sets up, jumps off, and connects with the KENTON BOMB onto Cena!

Kennedy drags himself over to Cena and hooks the leg for the cover, 1...2..Cena just gets his foot on the bottom rope to stop the count!

An exhausted Kennedy can't believe it. Kennedy slowly gets himself back to his feet using the ropes. Kennedy then lifts Cena back up and into the corner. Kennedy slowly lifts Cena so that he's sitting on the top rope. Kennedy gets onto the second rope and gets Cena on his shoulders. Kennedy sets up for what looks to be the Green Bay Plunge, but Cena elbows Kennedy in the head to stop him. Cena gets off of Kennedy's shoulders and back to sitting on the top rope. Kennedy turns around on the second rope so that he's facing Cena. The two trade punches on the ropes. Cena gets the better of the exchange and knocks Kennedy off the ropes and crashing to the mat. Cena regains his composure as Kennedy starts to get up. Cena sets up on the top rope, jumps off, and connects with his patented Diving Leg Drop Bulldog!

Cena turns Kennedy over and goes for the cover, 1...2...Kennedy kicks out!

Cena sits up and looks out to the crowd as he's thinking about what else he can do. Cena then quickly gets back to his feet and turns Kennedy over. Cena grabs Kennedy's leg, sets up, and locks in the STF! The crowd is going crazy as Kennedy slowly tries to crawl for the ropes nearby. Kennedy crawls inch by inch towards the ropes and gets a fingertip on the bottom rope. Cena notices this so he quickly gets up and drags Kennedy to the center of the ring by his leg. Cena goes to lock the STF back in, but Kennedy manages to flip over on his back and kick Cena off of him. As Kennedy gets back to his feet, Cena charges at him with a clothesline, but Kennedy ducks it. Cena turns around and Kennedy goes to kick Cena in the gut, but Cena catches Kennedy's foot. Cena gets Kennedy down with a back heel trip. Cena tries to turn Kennedy over possibly for the STF again, but Kennedy prevents it and rolls Cena up with a small package!

The cover, 1...2...Cena kicks out. Kennedy and Cena both get back to their feet quickly!

Cena, who got to his feet first, takes advantage and lifts Kennedy up on his shoulders, but Kennedy slips off Cena's shoulders. Cena turns around towards Kennedy. Kennedy goes for a feint roundhouse kick and Cena ducks it, but Kennedy continues with his momentum spinning around and hitting Cena with an enzuigiri! Kennedy slowly gets back to his feet and realizes that this is his time. The crowd goes crazy as Kennedy stalks and taunts Cena, as the champion slowly gets back to his feet! Cena gets to his feet and stumbles backwards after the kick to the head. Kennedy turns Cena around, sets up, and delivers the MIC CHECK!

Kennedy turns Cena over and hooks the leg for the cover, but the REFEREE ISN'T COUNTING! The crowd is making the count and it looks like Kennedy has the match won, but Kennedy hasn't realized that as he hit the Mic Check, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase ran down to the ring and were distracting the referee on the apron. Kennedy turns around and sees the referee yelling at Priceless to get out of here. Kennedy yells over to the referee to get over here, but the referee doesn't hear him.

Kennedy gets up and goes to make his way over to the referee, but all of a sudden, Kennedy is turned around and hit with the RKO! Randy Orton had snuck into the ring through the audience and attacked Kennedy right behind the referee's back. Orton rolls out of the ring as the crowd boos him. Priceless finally get off the apron since their job is done and make their way up the ramp and to the back. Cena slowly starts to get up using the ropes. Cena gets to his feet and looks down at a fallen Kennedy confused and unaware of what happened. Cena looks around but doesn't see anyone since Priceless left and Orton is hiding down on the ground by the side of the ring. Cena, still confused but wanting to win, lifts Kennedy up and onto his shoulders and delivers the ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT!

The cover, 1...2...3 CENA WINS the match and RETAINS THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP!

Winner: John Cena

Lilian: Here is your winner and STILL WWE Champion, John Cena!

Cena gets to his feet and is handed the WWE Title. Cena regains his composure and holds the WWE Title high as the crowd cheers for him. But just then, Orton slides into the ring, turns Cena around quickly, and hits the RKO ON CENA! Orton picks up the WWE Title and stares at it in his hands. Orton then stands over Cena and Kennedy, holding the WWE Title high with a stern look on his face, as the crowd boos him. Orton then looks down at Cena and drops the title on him. Orton gets out of the ring and slowly walks up the ramp to the back.

King: Well John Cena retains the WWE Championship, but things didn’t exactly go the way he would’ve liked.

Cole: Knowing Cena, I’m sure he wanted to have a straight-up and fair wrestling match with Mr. Kennedy for the title. But that was ruined by that man, Randy Orton.

King: You could tell by the look on Orton’s face after Kennedy got voted in that he was pissed. He still believes that he should still rightfully be WWE Champion.

Cole: Well Orton comes out here and screws Kennedy out of the WWE Title, and then he sends a message directly to the champion, John Cena. No doubt, Orton is not going to rest until he gets the WWE Championship back.



“Inside Of Me” by Dead By Sunrise plays in the background.

King: Well right now we’d like to thank Dead By Sunrise for the official Cyber Sunday theme song “Inside Of Me” off their debut album Out Of Ashes, available now.

Cole: And up next, inside that ring, we will see the third and final match between two bitter rivals, Batista and Matt Hardy. Let’s take a look back at how this all began.

*****************Match Preview******************

The video starts with Matt Hardy talking in the ring.

Matt: Batista... do you know why I haven’t been World Champion yet? It’s because of people like you. Because of Evolution and luck, you were thrown into the spotlight and had everything given to you with ease. Whereas I had to work from the bottom up for my shot. And because people like you are handed title shots, there is no room for me to receive my opportunity.

As we hear Matt talking, we see Matt running down to the ring while Batista is facing Triple H. Matt gets on the apron and starts yelling at Batista. The referee tries to separate the two of them, but Batista shoves the referee to the side. Matt hits Batista with a Twist Of Fate on the ropes. Batista stumbles backwards into a Pedigree by Triple H and loses the match.

Matt: But.. I will teach you a lesson Batista. I will show you why I should be at the top of the business and not you. So you better watch out because the Black Cloud will continue to hang over your head!

As we hear Matt talking, we see Batista is staring at the titantron waiting for Matt to come out. All of a sudden, Matt comes through the crowd with a steel chair and sneaks in the ring behind Batista. Matt hits Batista in the back with that steel chair, knocking him down. Matt continues to beat Batista up with the chair and then stands proudly over a fallen Batista.

The Unforgiven stage is shown and we see a few clips from Batista vs. Matt.

Cole: We are here at Unforgiven, where we are getting ready for Batista verses Matt Hardy.

Matt sets up for the Twist of Fate, but Batista punches Matt in the gut to get out of it and delivers a Spinebuster. Batista then gets up, taunts with the ropes, and gives Matt a thumbs up and then a thumbs down. Batista goes to grab Matt to setup for the Batista Bomb, but Matt sees this coming and quickly gets out of the ring and goes over to the time keeper’s area. Batista follows Matt out there and goes to turn him around, but Matt turns around and hits Batista with a steel chair. The referee sees this and calls for the bell. Matt continues to beat Batista with the chair. Matt then picks Batista up and hits him with the Twist of Fate on the floor. Matt stares down at Batista and then walks away slowly.

Cole: Matt Hardy gets disqualified, but he sure left his mark on Batista.

We then see Batista angry backstage with Vickie Guerrero in her office.

Batista: Vickie, I know you saw Unforgiven last night, and I know you saw what happened with my match against Matt Hardy. He got himself intentionally disqualified because he knew he couldn’t beat me. And then afterwards, he attacks me. I want a rematch against him... I want to tear him apart!

Vickie: At No Mercy it’ll be you Batista verses Matt Hardy one-on-one. And so what happened at Unforgiven doesn’t happen again, this match will be No Disqualification!

We hear Batista talking as clips of Batista beating up Matt are shown.

Batista: Matt Hardy thinks that I hog the spot light. He thinks that I prevent guys like him from becoming a star in this business. He also said that I get everything handed to me and that I don’t deserve any of it. It was because of my skills and hard work that I’ve won the World Title. Matt, you’ve been in the WWE much longer than me. So before I came in to this company, what was your excuse for not getting to the top? Is it that everyone stands in your way? Or maybe it’s that you’re just not good enough. Matt, don’t blame me for the fact that you’ve never been a World Champion. Blame yourself!

We hear Matt talking as clips of Matt attacking Batista are shown.

Matt: Why wasn’t I ever a World Champion? Maybe because I didn’t kiss the ass of former World Champions to get me to be a star. I worked hard each and every week. I started from the bottom up... fighting in grueling Ladder and TLC matches...taking chances that could shorten or end my career just to get noticed. No one ever offered to help me. I gave my all every single week. And what did I get in return? Nothing. I want to teach you and everyone a lesson. I want to show everyone that I am the real deal and that I should be at the top and not you.

The No Mercy stage is shown and we see a few clips from Batista vs. Matt.

Cole: And we are here at No Mercy. It's the rematch between Batista and Matt Hardy, but this time there's No Disqualification!

Batista picks up the chair in the ring and starts hitting the ground with it. Matt gets up, turns around, and sees Batista with the chair. Batista charges at Matt with the chair, but Matt quickly gets out of the ring and starts to back up on the ramp. Matt walks backstage leaving the referee to call the match a no contest. Batista immediately gets out of the ring and runs up the ramp to the backstage area. Backstage we see Matt about to get into his car, when Batista attacks him from behind. Batista tosses Matt hard into his open car door, which snaps the door off its hinge. Batista lifts Matt up and delivers a huge Spine Buster to him onto the car hood. Batista stands over Matt.

Batista: This isn’t over. Not by a long shot.

We then cut to a clip to the next night on Raw. Matt comes out during Batista's match and attacks him. The two brawl with each other in and out of the ring until Vickie comes out.

Vickie: Now hold on here. This fighting between you two has gone on long enough. We’re going to finish this once and for all at Cyber Sunday. It will be Matt Hardy verses Batista and the fans will choose the match type. All three of these choices will make it so that it is impossible to run away or get disqualified and it will guarantee us a winner and finally end this feud. The choices will be a Lumberjack Match, a Steel Cage Match, or a Falls Count Anywhere Match.

We see clips of Batista and Matt attacking each other throughout the weeks.

Cole: At Cyber Sunday, it's the third and final match between these two. There must be a winner.

The video ends with Batista and Matt staring each other down.

Cole: Who will finally pull off the victory?

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“Live For The Moment” by Monster Magnet plays. The crowd boos as Matt Hardy makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: Making his way to the ring, from Cameron, North Carolina, weighing in at 236 pounds, Matt Hardy.

Cole: Matt Hardy looks prepared and ready for tonight. This could be one of the biggest moments in his career so far. With a win over Batista, it’ll prove to everyone that he’s ready for the spotlight.

King: And that’s of course what Matt has wanted all along. Matt started this feud with Batista because he wanted to show everyone that he deserves to be in the main event and not Batista.

Cole: Well over the years, Matt has worked so hard in the company. He’s a multi-time Tag Team Champion, a former ECW Champion, and helped revolutionize TLC matches. And now he tries to take that big step to becoming a WWE Champion.

“I Walk Alone” by Saliva plays. The crowd cheers as Batista makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: And his opponent, from Washington D.C., weighing in at 290 pounds, Batista.

King: But that’s not going to be easy for Hardy. The Animal looks determined tonight and looks to make an example out of Matt Hardy.

Cole: Batista has had enough of Hardy. Hardy has said for months that Batista is only at the top because of the people he knew, but that’s not true at all. Batista worked hard and made it to the top quicker than Hardy, which Matt resents The Animal for.

King: Well every time Batista came close to beating Matt in their past two matches, Hardy would get out of it with a disqualification or running away. But not this time. Tonight, every possible match stipulation guarantees that none of those things will happen. And with that said, let’s go backstage to our host for tonight, Tiffany, and find out the results.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. We’re about to find out what type of match Matt Hardy and Batista will face off in for their third and final encounter. Will it be a Lumberjack Match, where lumberjacks will surround the ring to toss the competitors back into the ring if they are tossed out?... Will it be a Steel Cage Match, where a steel cage will surround the ring and the only way to win is by pinfall, submission, or escaping the cage with both feet touching the floor?... Or will it be a Falls Count Everywhere Match, where anything is legal and pinfalls and submissions count anywhere at all?... Let’s go to the results and find out what match it will be.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE MATCH:

LUMBERJACK – 12%
FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE – 25%
STEEL CAGE – 63%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S A STEEL CAGE MATCH!

We cut to ringside and see Batista and Matt in opposite corners, looking up as the steel cage lowers. The cage lowers to the ring and the crew on the outside sets it into place. The referee inside the ring is keeping Batista and Matt back from each other until the match starts. On the outside, another referee locks the cage door.

King: Wow! A Steel Cage Match! This was exactly what they needed to end this feud. No Disqualifications and a Steel Cage surrounding the ring to prevent running away.

Cole: The only way to win is by pinfall, submission, or escaping the cage with both feet toughing the floor. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re about to witness the third and final match between Batista and Matt Hardy. Will Batista teach Hardy a lesson, or will Matt Hardy prove to everyone that he should be in the spotlight?


Steel Cage Match
Batista vs. Matt Hardy


As soon as the referee backs off and rings the bell, Batista charges at Matt, lifts him off the ground and slams him into the corner. Batista delivers a few strong shoulder thrusts to the gut of Matt and then follows up with rapid punches to him. Batista punches Matt until he's sitting in the corner and then starts to stomp him. Batista lifts Matt up to his feet and tosses Matt hard into the steel cage face first. Batista grabs Matt again by the back of his head and tosses him into the steel cage. Batista lifts Matt up to his feet, grabs his arm and pulls him in for a hard clothesline. Batista lifts Matt back up and pulls Matt in again by the arm for another huge clothesline by The Animal. Batista lifts Matt up to his feet and sets him up in a suplex position. Batista lifts Matt high up in the air and slams him to the mat for a JACKHAMMER!

Batista gets up to his feet all hyped up as the crowd cheers him on. Batista lifts Matt up and delivers a few forearm shots to the head of Hardy. Batista grabs Matt by the head and the tights and tosses him hard at cage! Matt's whole body hits the steel cage and then he falls down in between the ropes and the cage. Matt slowly gets to his feet using the ropes and the cage to help himself. As Matt gets up, Batista is on the opposite side of the ring stalking and waiting for Matt to get back to his feet. Hardy gets to a vertical base and Batista charges at Matt, going for a Spear, but Matt is just able to slide to the side causing Batista to ram head first into the steel cage! Matt gets back into the ring and regains his composure.

Matt grabs Batista's head and smashes it into the steel cage! Matt then turns Batista around and starts rapidly punching Batista in the head. Matt grabs Batista by the back of the head and goes to ram him into the steel cage, but Batista gets his foot up and blocks himself from the cage. Batista then elbows Matt in the gut to get out of his grip. Batista runs at Matt and goes for a clothesline, but Matt ducks it, quickly grabs Batista's head from behind and drops Batista down to the mat for a reverse neckbreaker. Matt gets right back up to his feet and starts stomping on Batista. Matt lifts Batista back to his feet while clubbing The Animal's back. Batista tries to fight out of Matt's grip, but before he can do that Matt knees him in the gut, followed up by a quick spike DDT!

Matt goes for the first cover in the match, 1...2...Batista kicks out after barely a two count.

Matt immediately mounts Batista and starts punching him in the face. Matt gets off and lifts Batista back to his feet. Matt goes to irish whip Batista, but Batista uses his strength to prevent Matt from tossing him. Batista then counters by tossing Matt into a corner instead. Batista runs at Matt in the corner, but Hardy gets his boot up just in time and connects with Batista's chin. Matt gets to the second rope, jumps off and connects with an elbow right to the head of Batista, knocking him down. Matt quickly runs over to the corner and starts climbing to get out of the cage. Batista looks over and notices Matt climbing. Batista gets right up and goes over to the corner where Matt is climbing. Batista gets on the second rope and is able to grabs Matt by the back of the tights to stop him from climbing. Batista uses his strength to yank Hardy down from the cage and crashing onto the mat. Batista gets down from the second rope and goes over to Hardy. Batista lifts Matt back up to his feet, but Hardy manages to sneak in a thumb to the eye, blinding The Animal. Hardy runs off the ropes at Batista, but Batista counters by catching Matt with a Spinning Side Slam!

Batista goes for the cover, 1...2...Matt kicks out.

Batista sits Matt up and knees him in the back. Batista then runs off the ropes and connects with a boot straight to the head of the seated Hardy. Batista lifts Matt up and puts him onto his shoulder. Batista runs with Hardy on his shoulder and goes to ram him head first into the steel cage, but Matt is able to stop the impact by putting his hands out. Batista tries to pull Hardy back to try again, but Matt is holding onto the cage to prevent it. Hardy then elbows Batista in the head a few times to get out of The Animal's grip. Matt then slips forward off Batista's shoulder and onto the cage. Hardy starts climbing as quickly as he can before Batista regains his composure, but Batista notices this and manages to grab Matt's leg. Batista pulls Matt down from the cage, causing Matt to fall on the top rope in a jawbreaker-like fashion. Batista turns a dazed Matt around and grabs him. Batista takes Matt, runs at the cage, and slams his back across the steel cage. As Matt holds his back in pain on the ground, Batista does the thumbs up, thumbs down taunt. The crowd goes crazy as Batista sets up for the Batista Bomb, but before Batista can go to lift Hardy up, Matt desperately gets out of the grip and LOW BLOWS Batista! Hardy and Batista are both down on the mat in pain.

Matt looks over towards the cage door and yells at the referee on the outside to open it. Hardy slowly crawls in pain towards the door as Batista is slowly getting up. Just as Matt reaches the door, Batista gets to his feet and starts walking over towards Hardy. Matt tries to slide out the door head first. Hardy's touching the ground with his hands, but before he can gets his legs out, Batista comes over and grabs both his legs. Batista pulls Hardy back into the ring, but Matt flips over on his back and kicks Batista off of him. Matt goes for the door again, but Batista gets over there and again stops Matt from escaping. Batista battles Hardy for control in the doorway until Matt gets his body back in the ring and SLAMS THE DOOR SHUT on Batista's face! Batista stumbles and falls backwards as Hardy gets back up. Matt gets Batista back up to his feet and tosses him into a corner. Matt runs at Batista in the corner and delivers a clothesline, followed up by a Running Bulldog!

Matt goes for the cover, 1...2...Batista kicks out.

Matt gets up very frustrated and angry that Batista won't stay down. Matt starts delivering a few leg drops consistently to Batista. Matt then yells out to the crowd as they heavily boo him. Matt then climbs up the corner and starts to climb to the top of the cage, but Matt turns his head around and sees Batista getting up. Matt, realizing Batista would be able to stop him easily, gets back down onto the top rope and turns toward Batista. Matt jumps off the top rope towards Batista, but Batista catches Matt in mid-air and BATISTA BOMBS him to the mat! A hurt and exhausted Batista slowly gathers himself and crawls towards Matt.

Batista goes for the cover, 1...2...Hardy just manages to get his shoulder off the mat!

An exhausted Batista and the crowd are shocked that Matt kicked out. Batista gets to his feet trying to figure out what else can he do to Matt to put him away. Batista grabs Matt and sets up for the Batista Bomb, but Matt, who is close to the ropes, wraps his legs around the ropes to prevent the move. Batista clubs Matt in the back and lifts him to his feet. Batista lifts Matt up for a Spine Buster, but Hardy elbows his way out of it and then hits him with a quick jawbreaker that stuns The Animal. Matt gets back to his feet and grabs Batista. Matt sets up for the Twist Of Fate, but before Matt can pull the move off, Batista lifts Matt up and slams him in the corner. Batista lifts Matt up so that he's sitting on the top of the corner and starts to climb the corner himself. Batista goes up to the top rope with Matt and sets him up for a superplex, but before Batista can pull the move off, Hardy starts punching Batista in the gut until he gets out of the hold. As Batista tries to stabilize himself on the top rope after the punches, Matt grabs Batista and delivers the SIDE EFFECT OF THE TOP ROPE! Both men are down after the high impact move!

Matt slowly rolls over onto Batista and goes for the cover, 1...2...BATISTA JUST KICKS OUT before the referee's hand hit the mat for the three!

Matt can't believe that Batista just kicked out as the crowd cheers on The Animal. Matt crawls over to the ropes and uses them to help himself slowly get to his feet. Matt gets up and goes over to the nearby corner. Hardy slowly starts climbing up the ropes as Batista just starts moving. Matt continues to climb up the cage and gets to the top. Batista looks up at Hardy and tries to get to his feet faster. Hardy, hurt and exhausted, lifts himself with all his strength to get his body up and onto the top of the cage. Batista starts climbing the corner as Matt is hanging halfway off the top of the cage, trying to get to the other side of the cage. Batista gets to the top rope and just manages to grab Hardy's leg before Matt can get it over!

Batista starts pulling Matt back towards the inside of the ring. Batista, with his back against the corner of the cage, has both of Hardy's legs in his hands and is pulling Matt with all of his strength. Batista pulls Matt down into a Batista Bomb position, but Hardy manages to hold onto the top of the cage to prevent the move from happening. Matt starts punching Batista in the head as he still holds onto the top of the cage with the other hand. Matt grabs hold of the top of the cage with both hands and then pushes Batista off of him with his feet, sending The Animal crashing back into the steel cage. Matt lowers himself down onto the top rope in front of Batista. Hardy grabs Batista's head and smashes it into the steel cage. Matt then grabs Batista, sets up, and delivers the TWIST OF FATE OFF THE TOP ROPE!

Matt crawls over to Batista and goes for the cover, 1...2...3 MATT HARDY WINS the match!

Winner: Matt Hardy

Lilian: Here is your winner, Matt Hardy!

Matt struggles to get to his feet as he is beaten and exhausted. The referee raises Matt’s hand in victory as the arena fills with boos. Matt looks down at a beaten Batista, smiles, and raises his arms in victory. Matt walks out of the cage through the door, while the referee checks on Batista. Matt walks backwards up the ramp, looking back at Batista in the ring. Matt has a huge smile on his face and yells out “I TOLD YOU ALL!” Matt then does his V1 taunt as he continues to walk up the ramp.

Cole: Wow! What a match that was! After a grueling back and forth contest, Matt Hardy pins Batista and proves to the world that he is a star.

King: Look at how happy Matt Hardy is. He just pulled off one of the biggest wins in his career right here. I guess Matt was right when he said that “The Black Cloud” will reign over Batista.

Cole: Well this is just step one for Matt Hardy towards becoming star. Who knows King? After the performance we saw tonight, that man right there could be a future WWE Champion.

King: Could? I think after tonight, Matt Hardy IS a future WWE Champion! Mark my words Michael. I’m calling it right now!

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Background Voice: When you’re put against the odds…

CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, and Rey Mysterio are shown beating up Chris Jericho in a handicap match.

Background Voice: When rivalries take it to a whole new level…

Batista delivers a Spine Buster to Matt Hardy onto the hood of a car.

Background Voice: When there’s more than one person you need to be worried about…

Priceless holds up John Cena and Randy Orton hits him in the head with the WWE Title.

Background Voice: You need to ask yourself one question…

The Revolution is shown standing tall with their arms raised high in the air.

Background Voice: CAN YOU SURVIVE?!

The logo for Survivor Series is shown.

Background Voice: WWE Survivor Series… live November 22nd only on pay per view!

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“Eon” by Celldweller plays in the background.

Grisham: Well the next time we’ll be live on pay per view will be November 22nd for Survivor Series in the Verizon Center in our nation’s capital, Washington D.C.

JR: It’s a pay per view that has so much history in the WWE. This year will mark the 23rd annual Survivor Series event and I can’t wait. But up next, we’re going to find out if this World Heavyweight Championship match can survivor the entire time without chaos erupting. Let’s take a look at how this match came about.

*****************Match Preview******************

Edge and Chris Jericho are in the ring with the rest of The Revolution

Edge: after the impressive victories at No Mercy, we now run the main event.

We see clips from No Mercy, showing Jericho pinning Undertaker and Edge pinning Rey Mysterio.

Jericho: That’s right. You see at Cyber Sunday, it’s official. It will be myself, Chris Jericho taking on my partner and co-leader Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship. We guarantee that this match will be a classic and the way a World Title match should be… Teddy Long has tried so hard to prevent us from being in the main event, but guess what Long? There’s nothing you can do about this.

Theodore Long comes out.

Long: You’re right Chris. I can’t change the match nor would I want to. But there is one thing. You see at Cyber Sunday every match has to have a stipulation for the fans to vote on… So what I have decided to do is to let the fans vote on the special guest referee for your match… The choices are Rey Mysterio, Jeff Hardy, and CM Punk.

Edge and Jericho are shown pissed in the ring. We then see Jericho and Edge in an interview backstage.

Jericho: Theodore Long, what’s wrong with you? How dare you make a stipulation for our match. Edge and I were going to have the greatest match in wrestling history and you’re trying to ruin it by changing it.

As they are talking, we see clips of Edge and Jericho taking out Punk, Jeff, and Rey throughout the weeks.

Edge: Teddy Long had to make sure there was someone that’s against us in our match to ruin it… Just a message to the three choices for Cyber Sunday, whoever gets picked do yourself a favor and don’t get involved. Just do your job as a referee and nothing more, otherwise we’ll make you live to regret it.

We then see clips of Edge and Jericho going up to Punk, Jeff, and Rey individually backstage each week.

Edge: All we’re asking from you is that if you get chosen to referee our match at Cyber Sunday that you just act like a normal referee and let us do our thing.

Jericho: So, what do you say?

We see Punk with Edge and Jericho.

Punk: Whether I want to ruin your match or not I haven’t decided.

We then see Jeff with Edge and Jericho.

Jeff: Maybe I’ll be fair and stay out of the way…or maybe I won’t.

We then see Rey with Edge and Jericho.

Rey: That’s a tough call. I guess you’ll just have to wait and see.

We then see clips of Edge and Jericho fighting Punk, Jeff, and Rey.

JR: Edge and Jericho have a problem on their hands. None of their referee choices like them.

Jericho hits Punk, Jeff, and Rey with a steel chair in the head.

Grisham: With actions like this, Edge and Jericho aren’t helping their cause at Cyber Sunday.

Punk, Rey, and Jeff take out Jericho with all of their finishers. Then they take out Edge and Khali as they make their way to the ring.

Punk: Hey Edge… Jericho…The three of us just wanted to tell you two that we’re looking forward to getting the chance to referee the Greatest… Match… Ever!... We’ll see you two at Cyber Sunday!

Edge and Jericho angrily stare down Punk, Jeff, and Rey.

JR: They don’t know what to expect from any of these three men as a referee this Sunday, and neither do we.

Grisham: Who will be the Special Guest Referee for the World Heavyweight Championship match?

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“Break The Walls Down” plays. The crowd boos as Chris Jericho makes his way to the ring.

Justin: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is for the World Heavyweight Championship. Introducing first, the challenger, from Manhasset, New York, weighing in at 226 pounds, Chris Jericho.

Grisham: Well ladies and gentlemen, it’s now time for our main event of the night. And here comes the number one contender right now, Chris Jericho, getting ready to take on his partner and co-leader of The Revolution.

JR: Chris has been looking forward to this match ever since he and Edge both won back at No Mercy. Jericho has been telling us that this match between he and Edge will be known as “The Greatest Match Ever.” He said it will blow Undertaker verses Shawn Michaels from this year’s WrestleMania out of the water.

Grisham: That was until they found out that there would be a Special Guest Referee added to this match. And not just any referee, but all three choices are people that hate Jericho and Edge and want to stop The Revolution.

“Metalingus” by Alter Bridge plays. The crowd boos as Edge makes his way to the ring.

Justin: And his opponent, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, weighing in at 250 pounds, he is the World Heavyweight Champion, the Rated R Superstar, Edge.

JR: After Theodore Long made that announcement about the Special Guest Referee, this man Edge and Chris Jericho were not happy about it at all. They know that all three have a grudge against them. They know what they’ve been doing to them.

Grisham: And they also know what can possibly be expected by them. For the past three weeks, Edge and Jericho have tried to convince each of them to be a fair referee that will stay out of their way and do nothing more than ring the bell and uphold a referee’s duties.

JR: But they never got a clear answer from any of them, which has been eating away at them. But now it’s time to find out which superstar will officiate this World Championship match. Let’s go backstage to our host for tonight, Tiffany, for the results.

We cut backstage and see Tiffany along with the three Special Guest Referee choices for the World Heavyweight Title match, CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, and Rey Mysterio.

Tiffany: Thank you guys. We’re about to find out which one of these three men will be the Special Guest Referee for the World Heavyweight Championship match. Will it be CM Punk…

The camera zooms in on Punk and the crowd cheers for him.

Tiffany: Jeff Hardy…

The camera zooms in on Jeff and the crowd cheers for him.

Tiffany: Or Rey Mysterio?

The camera zooms in on Rey and the crowd cheers for him.

Tiffany: Let’s go to the results and find out.

The drum rolls as we await the voting results to come up on the screen.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE REFEREE:

CM PUNK – 33%
JEFF HARDY – 35%
REY MYSTERIO – 32%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S JEFF HARDY!

The camera zooms in on Jeff who smiles and claps! Punk and Rey pat Jeff on the back as Jeff leaves to go out to the ring. We cut back to the ring where Edge and Jericho un-eagerly wait for Jeff to come out with displeased looks on their faces.

“No More Words” by Endeverafter plays. The crowd cheers as Jeff Hardy makes his way down to the ring. Back in the ring, Edge and Jericho look on at Jeff with disgusted looks on their faces.

Justin: And introducing the Special Guest Referee for this contest, Jeff Hardy.

Grisham: Jeff Hardy wins a very close race and will now be the Special Guest Referee for this World Heavyweight Championship Match. And just look at Edge and Jericho. They aren’t pleased at all.

JR: Well they weren’t going to be pleased with any of the choices. Now the question on everyone’s mind is will Jeff Hardy just act as a normal referee, or will this match break down and turn into complete chaos?

Grisham: I think Jeff will stay out of their way, but then again who knows with Jeff and others wanting retribution on The Revolution leaders. Well we’re about to find out how this match will play out.


World Heavyweight Championship
Special Guest Referee: Jeff Hardy
Edge vs. Chris Jericho


Jeff rings the bell to start the match. Edge and Jericho both look at Jeff displeased that he’s out there right now as the crowd chats "Hardy! Hardy!". Jeff steps back and signals for them to start fighting. Edge and Jericho turn towards each other and tell each other to forget that Jeff is there. Both men lock up in the center of the ring to start things off. Neither man is getting the advantage as they move around the ring locked up still. They move over towards a corner and Edge gets Jericho in the corner as they are locked up still. Jeff jumps in and tells them they have to break it up since they’re in the corner. Edge and Jericho let go and turn towards Jeff. Edge yells at Jeff and tells him to back off and let them fight. Edge and Jericho walk back to the center of the ring and lock up again. This time, Edge gets the advantage as he’s able to bring Jericho in for a side headlock. Jericho backs up off the ropes and pushes Edge off of him.

Edge comes back off the ropes and knocks Jericho down with a shoulder takedown. Edge waits and then runs off the ropes again. Jericho lies down on the mat and Edge runs over him and off the ropes. As Edge comes back, Jericho leapfrogs Edge. Edge comes back off the ropes and gets hit with a dropkick by Jericho. Both men get to their feet at the same time. Edge runs at Jericho for a quick clothesline to regain momentum, but Jericho ducks it and runs off the ropes. Jericho comes off the ropes and connects with a spinning heel kick to Edge. Jericho lifts Edge up and delivers a few forearm shots to his face. Jericho tosses Edge into a corner and then looks over at Jeff, scowling at him. Jericho then runs at Edge in the corner, but Edge gets his boot up and connects with Jericho's jaw. Edge runs out of the corner and clotheslines a dazed Jericho from behind. Edge lifts Jericho up and delivers a few punches to him. Edge tosses Jericho off the ropes and delivers a flapjack to him as he comes back.

Edge goes for the cover, 1...2...Jericho kicks out.

Edge glares at Jeff as he gets back to his feet and lifts Jericho up with him. Edge tosses Jericho into the nearby corner and follows him over to it. Edge gets on the second rope in the corner and starts punching Jericho. Jeff starts the count for Edge to get off, 1...2...3...4...Jeff touches Edge to tell him to get off. Edge stops punching Jericho and gets down from the second rope. Edge turns to Jeff and gets in his face screaming "Don't Touch Me! I Know The Rules! Back Off!" Edge turns his attention back to Jericho and grabs him. Edge tosses Jericho into the opposite corner. Edge runs at the corner, but Jericho moves out of the way just in time, causing Edge to crash into the corner. Jericho runs off the ropes and delivers a bulldog to the dazed Edge.

Jericho looks down at Edge and lifts his arm up. Jericho looks to run at the ropes but sees Jeff standing near them, but not in the way of Jericho. Jericho yells at Jeff "Move You Idiot! You're In My Way!" Jeff looks confused since he's not in his way, but then just moves further away. Jericho runs at the ropes and goes for the Lionsault, but Edge moves out of the way. Jericho manages to land on his feet and waits for Edge to get back to his feet. Jericho runs at Edge for a clothesline, but Edge ducks under it, goes right behind Jericho, and quickly drops him backwards for the Edge-O-Matic!

The cover, 1...2...Jericho kicks out.

Edge gets up and argues a little with how Jeff was counting. After that, Edge lifts Jericho up and gets him in a front facelock and looks to be going for the Edgecution, but Jericho blocks it and punches his way out of the hold. Jericho then quickly hits Edge with a step up Enzuigiri! Jericho gets back to his feet as he regains his composure. Jericho runs at the ropes, springboards off, and connects with the Lionsault this time. Jericho goes straight into the cover and yells at Jeff to start the count quicker.

Jeff counts, 1...2... Edge kicks out.

Jericho looks up at Jeff and screams at him "Do Your Job Better!" Jericho lifts Edge up and tosses him into a corner. Jericho runs at Edge in the corner, but Edge counters with an elbow strike to Jericho, which dazes the challenger. Edge gets to the second rope and waits for Jericho to turn back around. Edge jumps off and goes for a missile dropkick, but Jericho catches Edge's legs to counter. Jericho struggles with Edge, but eventually turns Edge over for the WALLS OF JERICHO! Jericho has the hold locked in as Edge is in pain. Jericho screams out to Jeff "Ask Him!" as Edge tries to slowly crawl to the ropes. Edge slowly inches his way closer and finally manages to get to the ropes.

Jeff calls for the rope break, but Jericho doesn't let go as he's ignoring Jeff. Jeff starts counting for the break, but then decides to get Jericho off by force. Jericho let's go of the hold and gets in Jeff's face screaming at him "What The Hell Are You Doing?!" Jeff tells Jericho "There was a rope break. You needed to get off." Jericho angrily shoves Jeff and screams "Don't Put Your Hands On Me! Stop Ruining This Match!" Jeff shoves Jericho back and screams "You Can't Treat Me Like That!" Jericho then punches Jeff and the two start brawling until Edge gets up and turns it into a two on one assault on Jeff. Edge and Jericho ruthlessly punch and stomp on Jeff as the arena fills with boos!

Just then, the crowd cheers as REY MYSTERIO runs down to the ring! Rey slides into the ring and starts punching and kicking away at Jericho. Edge stops attack Jeff and goes over to help Jericho out with Rey. Edge turns Rey around to hit him, but Rey quickly starts kicking him now. Jeff gets back up and helps Rey out beating up both Jericho and Edge. Rey backs Edge into a corner while kicking him. Jeff then tosses Jericho into that same corner, making him crash into his partner Edge. Rey runs at the corner and hits a running dropkick to Jericho then sends him back into Edge again. Jericho then stumbles out of the corner.

Rey and Jeff grab Jericho and deliver a double team suplex to him. Jeff then grabs Edge by the legs and drags him out of the corner. Jeff, holding Edge’s legs, delivers a leg drop to his mid section while Rey simultaneously delivers a leg drop across Edge’s neck. Rey waits for Jericho to get up and then hits him with a step-up enzuigiri, which makes Jericho fall on the middle rope. Rey looks at the positioning of Jericho and points at him. Rey runs off the ropes and delivers the 619 to Jericho! Jeff then turns around and sees Edge getting back to his feet. Jeff kicks Edge in the gut, taunts, and then delivers the TWIST OF FATE to him! Rey and Jeff taunt to the crowd as they go crazy!

All of a sudden, “This Fire Burns” by Killswitch Engage plays!

The crowd goes crazy as CM Punk comes out, holding his Money In The Bank briefcase! Punk gets into the ring and then looks down at Edge and Jericho. Punk looks at his briefcase and hands it to Jeff saying, “I'M CAHING THIS IN… NOW!” Jeff smiles and takes the case from Punk. But just then, THE GREAT KHALI has made his way down to the ring and gets on the ring apron. Khali reaches over and grabs the briefcase before Jeff could hand it to the time keeper. Jeff turns to Khali and yells at him to give the briefcase back since he needs to hand it over in order for Punk to cash in. Khali TAKES THE CASE AND WINGS IT hard at Jeff’s head, knocking Jeff out! Punk and Rey then run at Khali and dropkick him off the apron, making Khali fall to the outside and crash into the barricade! Punk goes to the outside to get his briefcase, but Khali’s manager Ranjin Singh grabs the briefcase first. Ranjin tries to run away, but Rey cuts him off at the entrance ramp. Ranjin turns around right into Punk. Punk grabs Ranjin and shoves him into the barricade. Punk takes the briefcase from Ranjin and looks to be going back into the ring.

But before Punk and Rey could get back into the ring, UMAGA AND DOLPH ZIGGLER run down the ramp and attack them from behind! Umaga and Ziggler start punching Rey and Punk repeatedly. Just then, JOHN MORRISON runs down the ramp and attacks Umaga! Morrison starts punching Umaga and goes to toss Umaga, but Umaga reverses it and tosses Morrison into the barricade. Umaga then charges at Morrison, but Morrison moves out of the way and Umaga crashes into the barricade. Morrison then clotheslines Umaga over the barricade and into the crowd! Morrison hops over the barricade and starts punching Umaga. The two fight each other through the crowd into the back!

During this, Ziggler continues to attack Rey. Punk then comes over and helps Rey out, until Khali gets back up and hits Punk with a hard chop to the head. Ziggler then continues to punch away and stomp on Rey. Ziggler taunts to the crowd as they boo him. Just then, SHELTON BENJAMIN sprints down the ramp! Ziggler turns around and gets tackled by an angry Shelton! Shelton punches away at Ziggler, until Ziggler manages to escape. Ziggler runs over to the barricade, but Shelton quickly runs after Ziggler. Shelton clotheslines Ziggler and himself over the barricade and into the crowd. Shelton gets back up and beats up Ziggler through the crowd and into the back!

Back in the ring, Edge and Jericho are back up and stomping away on Jeff. Each of them takes turns beating up Jeff as they yell at him for ruining the match. On the outside, Khali is manhandling Punk and Rey. Khali lifts Rey and Punk up and then grabs both of them by the throats. Khali looks for a double Chokeslam, but Rey and Punk kick Khali in the gut to get out of his grip and then they both dropkick Khali’s legs, taking the big man down. Punk then grabs a chair and waits for Khali to get back to his feet. Punk swings and hits Khali in the head with the chair, which dazes the giant! Rey and Punk then do a double drop toe hold to Khali, that sends Khali face first into the Steel Steps! With Khali down and out, Rey and Punk rush into the ring as Edge and Jericho are still beating up Jeff.

Punk runs at Edge and starts punching at him, while Rey kicks away at Jericho to get him off of Jeff. Punk tosses Edge into a corner, runs at him, and connects with running high knee strike. As this happens, Rey runs off the ropes at Jericho and connects with a headscissors takedown that sets Jericho up perfectly on the middle rope. Rey runs off the ropes and connects with the 619! Jeff, who slowly got up to his feet, goes over to a corner and climbs to the top rope. Jeff jumps off and hits Jericho with the SWANTON BOMB! Then, Punk, who had been stomping on Edge in the corner, lifts Edge up on his shoulders. Punk walks to the center of the ring with Edge on his shoulders and delivers the GTS! Edge falls lifelessly on top of Jericho. Jeff looks down and sees that Edge is on Jericho and Jericho’s shoulders are down.

Jeff decides to make the count to officially end this match, 1…2…3 Edge officially wins the match and retains the World Title!

Winner: Edge

Justin: Here is your winner and still World Heavyweight Champion, Edge!

Grisham: Well the match is officially over now. Edge retains his championship, but at what price? I don’t even think Edge knows that he just won the match.

JR: There was so much chaos going on that we all forgot that the match hadn’t officially ended. I guess Edge got lucky that he fell onto of Jericho after being put to sleep by Punk.

Jeff, Punk, and Rey all stand over and look down at the fallen Edge and Jericho. Punk then looks over to the outside of the ring. He walks over to the ropes as he seems to have spotted something. Punk goes to the outside and picks up his Money In The Bank briefcase. Punk gets back into the ring with it. Punk then holds the briefcase out in his hands and looks down at it, as the crowd is chanting for him to use it. Punk looks over at Edge, who hasn’t moved yet. Punk then goes over to the Special Guest Referee Jeff, hands the briefcase to him, and says “I’M CASHING THIS IN…NOW!” The crowd goes nuts as Jeff takes the briefcase and hands it to Justin Roberts at ringside, saying that Punk is cashing it in.

Justin: Ladies and gentlemen, I have just been informed that CM Punk is now cashing in his Money In The Bank contract… therefore this is an official contest for the World Heavyweight Championship!

Special Guest Referee Jeff Hardy calls for the bell and the bell rings.


World Heavyweight Championship
Edge vs. CM Punk


Punk picks up a lifeless Edge and puts him onto his shoulders. Punk stands there with Edge on his shoulders looking out into the crowd as they go crazy! Punk then delivers ANOTHER GTS TO EDGE! Punk goes for the cover and Jeff counts, 1…2…3 PUNK WINS the match and the World Title!

Winner: CM Punk

Justin: Here is your winner, and the NEW World Heavyweight Champion, CM Punk!

Jeff gets the World Title and hands it over the Punk. Punk looks down at it and then holds it high and proudly in the air as the crowd goes absolutely insane for Punk. Jeff and Rey clap for Punk and pat him on the back congratulation him. Punk goes to the second rope in the corner and holds the World Title up as the entire arena chants “CM PUNK!... CM PUNK!”

JR: MY GOD! CM PUNK IS THE NEW WORLD CHAMPION! For the second year in a row, CM Punk has successfully cashed in his Money In The Bank contract on Edge to become champion!

Grisham: And what a moment this is! The World Title match between Edge and Jericho turned into complete chaos after the two attacked the Special Guest Referee Jeff Hardy, but they got what was coming to them.

JR: That’s right. CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, and Rey Mysterio took it to The Revolution leaders, getting some revenge finally. But that wasn’t the best part. CM Punk looked at his Money In The Bank briefcase and realized that this was the perfect time to cash it in.

Grisham: And now we have a NEW World Champion! CM Punk ironically now joins Edge as the only man to have successfully cashed in the Money In The Bank twice. It looks like “The Ultimate Opportunist” got a taste of his own medicine.

JR: What a night this was! Well ladies and gentlemen, thank you for joining us for Cyber Sunday here live on pay per view from the Mellon Arena. Goodnight everyone!

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*Editor's Notes: Sorry it took so long for me to post this. This last few months I have been so busy between finishing up projects for college and other things. But now I've had some more time and hopefully I can get back on pace with my shows. I wanted to take my time and write this rather than post a half-assed PPV. Hope you all enjoyed it and I will start reviewing again soon. Also, so I can get through shows a little quicker, I'll probably start writing only a few lines for matches on Raw, ECW, Superstars, & Smackdown. I'd like to keep moving things along and that's the only way it'll happen since matches take me a long time to write.

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Yes I came in first but let me start this up:

ECW Bourne just gets the edge beating Christian by one. I must say it seemed Bourne dominated the champion Burchill in the middle of the match which I’m still a bit on the fence on, but in the end Burchill was able to pull out the victory which I’m happy about. He is a good champion, and I just don’t think in this thread Bourne is ready to be a champ.

The Revolution: Well, I do remember that Benjamin was challenged by Ziggler for his devotion to the Revolution on the last SD!, and it is clear that is continuing. I do see Morrison winning this now, hopefully making Benjamin a face; because let’s face it a lost would automatically kick Benji out imo.

Morrison v. Benjamin: Well, a ladder match was perfect for these two spot monkeys as I like to say. They did provide some good spots, with Flying Chuck to knock Benjamin off, and Benjamin with Pay Dirt off the ladder. Morrison won is good but what is next for Benjamin. Like I said face turn for Benjamin is very likely. With the attack also Ziggler v. Benjamin is a nice mid-card feud.

Swagger taking out Bourne…. Kind of a surprise. I don’t know where this leaves Swagger seeing how EMT’s coming to help Bourne might keep Evan out of action. With Burchill as champ still I don’t see a title reign for Swagger anytime soon.

Tag team match was pretty epic. Rhodes pinning HBK even more epic. Also Cryme Tyme I guess doesn’t look to weak since they didn’t get pinned. I really don’t think the Priceless and DX feud is over yet, not by a longshot can’t wait for their promo on the next Raw to gloat.

Ziggler interview: A lot of Ziggler, very surprised. Honestly I would of spoken to the leaders of the Revolution. Ziggler is basically lower than them. Sure he did the action of Zig-Zagging Benjamin, but Edge and Jericho should have been there too since they pretty muched pulled the trigger and told Dolph to dump Benjamin from The Revolution. So with that said they should have talk for most of the bulk of this interview. Also a great opportunity for an interview about their match against each other.

Hmm this was interesting. Taker/Kane before Matt/Batista. Anyway both feuds have been great however this match was pretty good. First time I have ever read a stretcher match and this was a pleasant surprise to be honest. A lot of interesting weapons you used. Fire extinguisher, lead pipe and a garbage can reminds me of the good old hardcore days. Anyway great match good job with that.

Kennedy pulls off a big number and this should be a great match Kennedy v. Cena, something I would have loved to seen in real life. Again a good match the ending kind of threw me off however. I would have mentioned Dibiase and Rhodes walking down the ramp before Kennedy hitting the mic check. Just would of flowed better if you ask me. Anyway Orton gets the best of both worlds I guess you can say by RKO’ing two huge rivals of his lately Kennedy and Cena and once again he is back in that title hunt.

Steel Cage was the most logic option, since Hardy left the arena last time. This was an awesome match, and I am very very very surprised Matt won, but you are very very very high on him, so it works out. Grueling match for both men. I notice towards the end of the matches there are a lot of I told you so from the wrestlers. IE: Priceless and Hardy, maybe change that up a bit. Anyway good match.

Jericho and Edge enetertained me with all their yelling at Jeff. When everyone was coming in and stuff I felt you could of bolded their names to make it more clearer for the reader because let’s face it chaos in sued afterwords and there was plenty of people out there. Another thing I didn’t get is at one point Edge and Jericho stomped away of Jeff (the ref) why would he end the match. No matter what I think he would clear the ring with a steel chair or something to eliminate all the chaos, make sure Punk cashes in and then make the three count, so I was very surprised Edge retained at first, but in the end Punk cashed in and won for a second straight time.

Overall: Took plenty of time with it, but I’m glad you got it up. A lot of interesting things coming out of this PPV, and with Survivor Series as the next PPV, you have plenty of pairings to do in the traditional Survivor Series Elimination tag matches. Good work, keep it up man.
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October 26, 2009
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Last night at Cyber Sunday, Mr. Kennedy was chosen by the fans to face John Cena for the WWE Championship. Kennedy came so close to winning the WWE Title for the first time, until Randy Orton and the rest of Legacy ruined that for him. Thanks to an RKO, Cena picked up a victory that he was not proud of. After the match was over, the enraged Orton delivered an RKO to the Champion as well. Will Orton suffer any repercussions for ruining the WWE Title match? What actions will Kennedy and Cena take after they both suffered an RKO?

While Orton was not in a match last night, his fellow Legacy members competed in a triple threat tag team match against D-Generation X and Smackdown's Cryme Tyme. Even with the odds stacked against them, Priceless managed to pick up the win and retain the Tag Team Titles after Cody Rhodes pinned Shawn Michaels following the Cross Rhodes. With a huge win over DX, what is next for the Tag Team Champions Priceless?

At Cyber Sunday last night, the three month long rivalry between Batista and Matt Hardy was finally ended when the two competed inside a Steel Cage. After a long, grueling battle between both men, Matt Hardy defeated Batista after a Twist Of Fate off the top rope. Now tonight on Raw, Matt Hardy will face another tough challenge when he takes on Shawn Michaels. Can Hardy keep the momentum rolling twenty-four hours after quite possibly the biggest win of his career to date?

Tune into Monday Night Raw on the USA Network for the answers to all of this and more!

Announced Matches:
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The Brian Kendrick & William Regal vs. Chavo Guerrero & Santino Marella
Beth Phoenix & Maryse vs. Kelly Kelly & Mickie James
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WWE Signature Video is shown.

Quote:
************CYBER SUNDAY RECAP VIDEO*************

Lilian: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is for the WWE Championship.

The WWE Champion John Cena is shown coming down to the ring.

Cole: Here comes the WWE Champion... Cena has defended titles against many different superstars and against multiple challengers at once. But tonight, he goes into this match not knowing who he will face.

The three possible challengers, Randy Orton, Mr. Kennedy, and Big Show are all shown backstage, waiting for the results.

Tiffany: We’re about to find out which one of these three men will take on John Cena right now for the WWE Championship.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE OPPONENT:

RANDY ORTON – 8%
MR. KENNEDY – 87%
BIG SHOW – 5%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S MR. KENNEDY!

Kennedy looks over at Orton and taunts in his face as he smirks and yells “KENNEDY!" before making his way to the ring.

Cole: An opportunity of a lifetime here for Mr. Kennedy. He has waited so long for his chance at the WWE Championship. Well thanks to the fans, Kennedy gets his shot.

Clips from the match are shown, as Kennedy and Cena battle back and forth. Kennedy blocks the STF attempt by Cena. Cena lifts Kennedy up for the Attitude Adjustment, but Kennedy slips off Cena's shoulders. Kennedy connects with an enzuigiri, knocking Cena down. Kennedy stalks Cena as he gets to his feet. Kennedy grabs Cena, sets up, and delivers the MIC CHECK! Kennedy goes for the cover, but the referee isn't counting as he's distracted by Priceless who ran down onto the apron. Kennedy gets up to go over to the referee, but just then Orton slides in and hits him with the RKO! Orton rolls out of the ring and hides as Priceless go backstage. Cena gets up not knowing what happened and lifts Kennedy up. Cena delivers the ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT to Kennedy and pins him to retain the WWE Title!

Lilian: Here is your winner and STILL WWE Champion, John Cena!

As Cena celebrates, Orton slides into the ring and delivers an RKO to Cena! Orton grabs the WWE Title and holds it up high over the fallen Cena and Kennedy.

Cole: Orton comes out here and screws Kennedy out of the WWE Title, and then he sends a message directly to the champion, John Cena. No doubt, Orton is not going to rest until he gets the WWE Championship back.
Raw Opening Video is shown as “Burn It To The Ground” by Nickelback plays.

Pyro goes off and the crowd goes wild.

Cole: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to Monday Night Raw! We are live in Buffalo, New York... just 24 hours removed from Cyber Sunday. And King, what a night that was.

King: You're right about that Michael. Last night, you the fans got to vote on a stipulation for every match... and boy were those great matches.

“Voices” by Rev Theory plays. The crowd boos as Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, and Ted DiBiase make their way down to the ring.

Lilian: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Randy Orton and the Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase... Legacy!

Cole: Well King, here's one man who will disagree with you. Last night, Mr. Kennedy was voted in by an overwhelming amount of the votes to face John Cena for the WWE Championship. To say the least... Randy Orton was not pleased.

King: And Orton showed how angry and displeased he was with the votes when he interfered in the match and cost Mr. Kennedy the WWE Championship.

Cole: And as if that wasn't enough... after the match was over, Orton delivered an RKO on a battered Cena. Let's hear what Orton has to say about this.

Legacy gets into the ring and Orton grabs a microphone as the fans chant "You Suck" at them.

Orton: All of you chanting "You Suck" at me just further prove how stupid you fans can be. You see, last night at Cyber Sunday, you the fans had the power to vote in who you believed was the most deserving to face John Cena for the WWE Championship... And who did you pick? That no talented, overrated piece of crap... Mr. Kennedy.

Fans cheers for Kennedy.

Orton: Oh you people love Kennedy don't you? Don't you?! Well I guess it's true what they say... love IS blind! Because you people must be blind to pick someone who has the wrestling ability of John Cena and is as good of a wrestler as Michael Cole is as a commentator. Kennedy is nowhere near main event status and he NEVER will be!

The crowd boos Orton.

Orton: I deserved to be voted in last night! I am the rightful number one contender! So I took it upon myself to make things right last night. I simply made sure that Kennedy didn't undeservingly win the WWE Championship. No... not when that could have been me!

The crowd starts up again with the "You Suck!" chants.

Orton: But that's not the only reason I came out and attacked Kennedy last night. I was also paying Kennedy back for what he did at No Mercy last month. Kennedy interfered in my match at No Mercy and cost me the WWE Championship... a title that I lost in the first place because of him. If it wasn't for Kennedy and all of you blind sheep that voted in the "fan favorite" instead of the most deserving... I would be standing here the WWE Champion!

Just then, “The Time Is Now” by John Cena plays. The crowd cheers as the WWE Champion John Cena makes his way down to the ring. Cena gets in the ring and grabs a microphone as Legacy stares him down.

Cena: Randy... last night you ruined a great match. All I wanted last night was to have a fair and normal match with Mr. Kennedy... but you couldn't allow that to happen, could you? You were so bitter that Kennedy got voted in over you that you took it upon yourself to not only ruin the match, but cost Kennedy the title.

Orton: What are you complaining about? I helped you retain your title. You should be thanking me.

Cena: Unlike you Orton, I'd rather lose my title in a fair fight then win it cheaply. That attack was uncalled for and you know it.

Orton: Uncalled for? Did you just forget about No Mercy when Kennedy did the same thing to me? I didn't hear you complaining to Kennedy after that. Face it... you're a hypocrite Cena. You defend Kennedy yet you say nothing when it happens to me.

Cena: I would see your point Randy... expect for the fact that two months ago at Unforgiven you punted Kennedy in the head, trying to end his career.

Orton: Kennedy had that punt coming. He lost that match for me and you know it! He didn't deserve to...

Cena: Shut Up! All you do is complain, complain, complain! Well I'm sick of it! The fans are sick of it! Everyone's sick of it!

The fans cheer for Cena.

Cena: And don't think I've forgotten that after the match last night you attacked me for no reason. So Orton... you want a fight?! I'll give you a fight! LET'S GO! RIGHT HERE... RIGHT NOW!

Orton: Cena, you may be dumber than all of these fans here. You can't take the three of us out by yourself. But I'm not out here looking for a fight... I'm out here looking for a title match. I want my deserved shot at the WWE Championship! And I want it now!

Orton and Cena stare each other down intensely, until Vickie Guerrero comes out on the stage.

Vickie: EXCUSE ME!

Cena and Orton turn their attention to the stage as the crowd boos Vickie.

Vickie: I said EXCUSE ME!

The boos get even louder.

Vickie: Now Cena... what happened last night may not have been exactly what you had in mind... but the fact is it happened and it's in the past now. And Orton... no matter what excuses you make up, they do not warrant you ruining a WWE Championship match.

Orton: Excuses? Vickie, everything I've said hasn't been an excuse... it's a FACT! I was robbed last night of my rightful title shot, I've been robbed twice of the WWE Title in the last two months... Do the right thing and make me the number contender for the WWE Championship at Survivor Series!

Vickie: Well Randy... that's just not going to happen.... But not because you don't deserve it... It's because the WWE Championship will not be on the line at Survivor Series.

Orton looks angry and confused.

Vickie: No.... Instead, at Survivor Series we're going to have a classic 10 Man Elimination Tag Team Match. It'll be Team Orton... verses... Team Cena!

The crowd cheers at the announcement.

Vickie: That's right. The two of you will be the captains for your respective teams. And it'll be up to the two of you to find the remaining four members for your team. And if I were you two, I'd start putting together your team soon...because in tonight's main event, we will have one member from each of your teams fighting 1 On 1.... And if either of you can't find anyone tonight, then you'll be fighting in the match yourselves. Good luck recruiting gentlemen!

Vickie leaves the stage and goes backstage. Back in the ring, Orton is stalking Cena, waiting for him to turn around. Cena turns around and Orton goes for a sneak RKO, but Cena pushes Orton off of him. Priceless then attacks Cena as Orton slides out of the ring looking on. Priceless tosses Cena off the ropes and goes for a double clothesline, but Cena ducks it and comes back hitting both men with a shoulder block. Cena takes Rhodes and tosses him out of the ring and then tosses DiBiase out of the ring as well. Legacy all retreat and walk up the ramp as Cena holds his WWE Title high.

Cole: Cena dodges the Legacy attack, but now the attention turns to Survivor Series.

King: Our General Manager just announced it... it'll be Team Orton verses Team Cena. Who will fill out the two teams?

Cole: And also, who will each of the captains choose to compete in tonight's main event? Well don't go anywhere. We'll be right back with more Monday Night Raw.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Regality” plays. The crowd boos as William Regal and The Brian Kendrick make their way to the ring.

Lilian: The following tag team contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, at a combined weight of 424 pounds, the team of William Regal and The Brian Kendrick.

Cole: Welcome back to Monday Night Raw, as we get ready for our opening contest. And here comes the "Brute Englishman" himself, William Regal, along with the eccentric The Brian Kendrick.

King: And this match was made as of a result of what happened last week on Raw. After Kendrick won his match last week against Chavo Guerrero... Kendrick started to attack Chavo.

Cole: Santino Marella then tried to come to Chavo's rescue, but ended up paying for it when William Regal came down and nailed him with the Knee Trembler. The question is, will Kendrick and Regal leave them laying in the ring beaten again?

Regal and Kendrick get into the ring. Regal goes over and asks for a microphone. Regal grabs the microphone as the crowd continues to boo him and Kendrick.

Regal: Last week on Raw, I took care of those bloody jokes, Chavo Guerrero and Santino Marella... And tonight will not be any different. All of you have undermined me for a long time... but the last few weeks I've shown all of you just how impactful and how much of a threat I can be. So after I win tonight's tag team match, it'll be evident that I am the man that deserves the next shot at the United States Championship. And once I win the title... I, as an Englishman, will finally bring some dignity to something that represents this godforsaken country.

Kendrick: Hold on a second Regal... I think you're forgetting something. I've been on a role as well. Last week, I beat Chavo Guerrero in a match. So after I get the pin for our team tonight... I'll be the one who will be getting the United States Title shot.

Kendrick and Regal start arguing with each other.

“Chavito Ardiente” plays. The crowd cheers as Chavo Guerrero and Santino Marella make their way to the ring.

Lilian: And their opponents, at a combined weight of 442 pounds, the team of Chavo Guerrero and Santino Marella.

King: Regal and Kendrick are going at each other about who deserves a shot at the U.S. Title more, but they better get it together and focus for this match.

Cole: Well I'm sure Chavo and Santino also are gunning for a shot at the U.S. Title, and a win here for either team could help them move closer to that title shot.

King: That's very true Michael. These four are going to do anything and everything to prove that they deserve a shot at the U.S. Title. And right now for Chavo and Santino it's also about retribution for last week's attacks.

The Brian Kendrick & William Regal vs. Chavo Guerrero & Santino Marella

The match starts off with Chavo and Kendrick squaring off. The match continues with both teams getting a good amount of offense in, until Regal and Kendrick isolate Chavo and take control. Regal goes to setup Chavo for the Regal Bomb, but Chavo fights out of it and connects with a dropkick to Regal's face. Chavo crawls towards his corner and finally leaps and tags in Santino. Santino comes in and starts punching away at Regal. Santino runs off the ropes at Regal. Regal goes for a clothesline, but Santino ducks it. Santino comes back off the ropes and hits Regal with a clothesline of his own. Santino grabs Regal, lifts him up, and plants him with a scoop slam. As Regal gets back up, Santino grabs him and delivers a Snap Swinging Neckbreaker! Santino gets all fired up, as does the crowd! Santino goes to the nearby corner and makes his way to the second rope. Santino salutes as he jumps up and connects with the DIVING HEADBUTT onto Regal!

Santino goes for the cover, 1...2...Kendrick comes in and just breaks it up.

Kendrick starts stomping away on Santino, until Chavo comes rushing in and punches Kendrick back against the ropes. Chavo backs up and bit, runs at Kendrick, and clotheslines him over the top rope, taking himself with him! Regal gets back to his feet and sizes up Santino. Regal runs at Santino and goes for the Knee Trembler, but Santino moves out of the way. Santino quickly grabs Regal from behind and rolls him up with a SCHOOL BOY!

The cover, 1...2...3 Santino wins it for him and Chavo!

Winners: Chavo Guerrero & Santino Marella

Lilian: Here are your winners, Chavo Guerrero and Santino Marella!

Cole: Regal can't be happy about that ending. Santino manages to catch the Brute Englishman off guard with a school boy roll up for the win.

King: After all of that boasting before the match by Regal, he fails to deliver. Who knows where that'll leave him now in the United States Championship hunt.

Cole: Well with this win, you can only assume that it helped Chavo and Santino's chances at getting the next title shot. But they all need to remember that they're probably not the only ones that want a shot. We'll be right back with more Monday Night Raw here on the USA Network.

*-----Commercial Break------*

We return backstage to see reporter Rosa Mendes with all three members of Legacy.

Rosa: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guests at this time, Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, and Ted DiBiase... Legacy. Now Orton, at the beginning of the show, we heard General Manager Vickie Guerrero make a huge 10 Men Elimination Tag Team match for Survivor Series where it'll be your team taking on John Cena's team. With four spots to fill, who will join your team?

Orton: Well I think it should be obvious to everyone that two of the spots are filled up by these two future stars right here... The Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase.

DiBiase pulls the microphone over towards himself.

DiBiase: You see... Randy has chosen us not just because we're part of Legacy... but because we are the greatest tag team today... and last night at Cyber Sunday proved it. We defended our Tag Team Titles against not one... but TWO teams... One team we didn't even know who it was going to be until the match started... and of course the other team was the notorious D-Generation X.

Rhodes now pulls the microphone over towards himself.

Rhodes: After last night when I pinned Shawn Michaels to win the match... we proved that their win at No Mercy was what we said it was all along... a fluke! So now we're done proving ourselves to DX and to all of these ignorant fans... because last night was indisputable evidence that Priceless is the greatest tag team in the WWE... and there isn't a team out there that can stop us!

Orton: That's exactly why I picked these two men. They are without a doubt the best tag team in the WWE today and are both future stars. That's why they're a part of Legacy and that's why they will be part of Team Orton at Survivor Series.... Now as far as the final two members of my team goes... I'm looking for two men that are just like the three of us. We need two talented men who will help us tear down John Cena and whatever lackluster crew he assembles. I'm looking for the best of the best... and you can make damn sure that I'll find them!

Rosa: One more question... who are you going to have fight in the main event tonight?

Orton looks at Rosa and then smirks.

Orton: That's something that you, John Cena, and the rest of the world will have to wait to find out.

Legacy walks away as we cut to ringside with Cole and King.

Cole: Well it's now official... the Tag Team Champions Priceless joins Team Orton for Survivor Series, as if there was any doubt that that was going to happen. Orton just needs to find two more members now to finish up his team.

King: That's for Team Orton... but as of right now Team Cena has no one on it except obvious the WWE Champion himself. Cena needs to get a move on and start recruiting members for his team.

We cut backstage to see General Manager Vickie Guerrero in her office working when she hears a knock at the door.

Vickie: Come in.

The door opens and Kofi Kingston walks in and over to Vickie's desk.

Vickie: What can I do for you Kofi?

Kofi: Vickie, I'm not going to waste your time, so I'll cut right to it. I think that I deserve a shot at the United States Championship.

Vickie: Yeah... well you're not the only one who thinks they deserve a shot.

Kofi: I know I'm not.... but I believe that I can prove to you that I am the most worthy of that title shot.

Vickie: Oh is that so? How do you plan on doing that? Because attacking people like you did to The Miz last week isn't going to cut it. In fact... after last week and the multiple past attacks on The Miz, I'm not exactly sure how stable you are right now. You could be a risk factor.

Kofi: I attacked Miz so that I can get some retribution for everything he's done to me these last few months.

Vickie: Look Kofi, it doesn't matter why you attacked him. All I'm saying is that I need more than just that to make you the number one contender.

Kofi: Ok... then how about you do this. Make a match between me and The Miz... tonight! This way I can get my hands on Miz and prove to you why I should be the number one contender.

Vickie: Well Kofi, unfortunately that match won't happen tonight.... because I've already scheduled a match for you tonight. It'll be you, Kofi Kingston, taking on... Ted DiBiase. Oh and Kofi... that match... is next!

Kofi, with a displeased look on his face, turns around and walks out to get ready for his match.

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“It’s A New Day” by Adelitas Way plays. The crowd boos as Ted DiBiase and Cody Rhodes make their way to the ring.

Lilian: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, being accompanied by Cody Rhodes, from Palm Springs, Florida, weighing in at 235 pounds, one half of the Tag Team Champions, Ted DiBiase.

Cole: Welcome back to Monday Night Raw. Ted DiBiase is getting ready for action as his partner Cody Rhodes accompanies him to the ring. And King, Priceless look to be in a good mood here tonight.

King: Well why shouldn't they be. Last night at Cyber Sunday, with the odds stacked against them in a triple threat tag team match, Cody Rhodes pinned Shawn Michaels and Priceless retained their Tag Team Titles.

Cole: And as we heard moments ago, Randy Orton officially added the Tag Team Champions to his team at Survivor Series. With all of Legacy on one team, that'll be a force to reckon with.

“S.O.S.” by Collie Buddz plays. The crowd cheers as Kofi Kingston makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: And his opponent, from Ghana, West Africa, weighing in at 218 pounds, Kofi Kingston.

King: Well Priceless made a statement last night, but here's a man looking to make a statement to our General Manager.

Cole: As we saw the commercial break, Kofi Kingston was asking General Manager Vickie Guerrero for the next shot at the United States Title. Vickie told Kofi he needed to impress her more and put him in this match against Ted DiBiase.

King: Kofi seems fired up and ready to go. And right now Kofi needs to forget about his recent quarrels with The Miz and focus on one-half of the Tag Team Champions if he wants that shot at the U.S. Title.

Ted DiBiase vs. Kofi Kingston

The match is an even contest with both men getting offense. Towards the end, DiBiase is in control of the match. DiBiase gets Kofi in a headlock while he's punching him in the head. DiBiase then tosses Kofi off the ropes and catches him coming back with a scoop powerslam. DiBiase immediately gets up and delivers a few consecutive Fist Drops to the head of Kofi.

DiBiase goes for the cover, 1...2...Kofi kicks out!

A frustrated DiBiase argues with the referee about the count. DiBiase then goes to the nearby corner and gets up on the second rope. DiBiase holds his fist up as he measures up Kofi. DiBiase jumps off the top rope for a Diving Fist Drop, but Kofi just manages to move out of the way. DiBiase gets to his feet holding his fist as Kofi slowly gets back to his feet. DiBiase and Kofi trade blows in the middle of the ring, until DiBiase gets the better of the exchange. DiBiase tosses Kofi off the ropes and goes to clothesline Kofi as he comes back, but Kofi manages to duck it. Kofi runs off the ropes at DiBiase and hits him with a flying forearm smash. DiBiase gets back to his feet, but Kofi knocks him right down again with a double-handed back chop to the chest.

Kofi grabs DiBiase as he gets back to his feet and delivers a Russian leg sweep. Kofi gets all hyped up, as does the crowd! Kofi runs off the ropes, pops his shoulders, and delivers the BOOM DROP to DiBiase! Kofi gets back to his feet as the crowd goes crazy for him. Kofi taunts for Trouble In Paradise as the crowd chants along "Boom!" with him. DiBiase is slowly getting up and Kofi is getting ready for the move, when Miz runs down the ramp and onto the apron. Miz yells at Kofi to get his attention. Kofi turns around and sees Miz. Kofi runs at Miz and dropkicks him off the apron to the floor. Kofi gets up and looks out at Miz on the floor with a smile on his face. Kofi backs up a bit, but unfortunately for him DiBiase grabs him from behind quickly and nails him with DREAM STREET!

The cover, 1...2...3 DiBiase wins the match!

Winner: Ted DiBiase

Lilian: Here is your winner, Ted DiBiase!

Rhodes gets into the ring and raises DiBiase's hand in victory. On the outside, Miz gets up holding the back of his head, but smirks as he looks in the ring at a beaten Kofi.

Cole: Well thanks to a slight distraction from The Miz, Ted DiBiase picks up the win against Kofi Kingston.

King: And unfortunately for Kofi, this loss, no matter how it happened, probably won't help him in be handed that United States Title shot. But Miz no doubt just added a lot more fuel to the fire.

Cole: While Kofi is not pleased, I know Randy Orton is looking on very pleased right now. Any victory and momentum his team can get is good in Orton's eyes. But the question still remains, who will Orton and Cena choose to fight in the main event tonight? Stay tuned for more Monday Night Raw.

*-----Commercial Break------*

We return to see D-Generation X in the locker room talking.

Triple H: Alright Shawn... you ready for you match next?

HBK hesitates before answering Triple H.

HBK: I think so.

Triple H: Are you still down about last night?

HBK is silent as he continues lacing his boots.

Triple H: Shawn, I told you already, don't worry about it. Rhodes caught you off guard and got a lucky win. You, along with so many others, didn't even see him tag himself in.

HBK lifts his head up and looks at Triple H.

HBK: What if... what if it wasn't lucky?.... Maybe it's a sign that I'm done in this business.

Triple H: No, are you kidding me? Don't think like that Shawn. It was one night. You're still the "Showstopper"... "The Main Event"... "The Heartbreak Kid!" And tonight, you're going to go out there and prove to Priceless, the whole world, and yourself that you've still got it when you beat Matt Hardy.

HBK: You're right. What am I talking about? I've still got it.

HBK puts his arm on Triple H's shoulder.

HBK: Thanks Hunter for being a good friend.

Just then, John Cena walks into the locker room.

Cena: Look here... It's D-Generation X! How are you guys?

Cena shakes hands with DX.

Triple H: We're good Cena. What up?

Cena: I'm sure you heard by now that at Survivor Series it's going to be my team, Team Cena, going against Team Orton in a 10 Man Elimination Tag Team Match.

Triple H: Yeah, we heard about that.

Cena: Now I know that the two of you have just as big of a problem with Legacy as I do... if not bigger.... So, I came here to see if the two of you would like to join Team Cena in the battle to take out Team Orton at Survivor Series. What do you say?

Triple H and HBK look at each other pondering Cena's offer.

HBK: What do we say?.... Cena..... WE'RE IN!

Cena: Yes, I knew I could count on you two. Alright, I'll talk to you guys later.

Cena goes to leave, but Triple H stops him.

Triple H: Whoa Cena... hold on. Who are the other two members? Do we have anyone else yet?

Cena: Don't worry about that. I've got that taken care of.

Cena walks away as DX looks on a little confused.

HBK: Do you think he's found anyone else?

Triple H: I don't know... But I trust Cena to find the two best men to join us. At Survivor Series.... Legacy and the rest of Team Orton are going down!

We cut to ringside with Cole and King.

King: Wow! D-Generation X has just joined Team Cena. Both teams have three members on it so far. I wonder who John Cena has in mind for his team?

Cole: Well Triple H seems to trust Cena in picking the right members. But aside from the last two members for both teams, we still need to find out who will be chosen to compete in the main event tonight.

We cut backstage to see reporter Rosa Mendes with Matt Hardy.

Rosa: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guest at this time... Mat Hardy. Now Matt, last night at Cyber Sunday you had what some people are calling the biggest win of your career when you defeated Batista in a Steel Cage Match. What are your thoughts on that match?

Matt: Last night, I did what everyone said I couldn't do... and that was beat Batista. After a three month long feud with two previous matches ending in no contests, I came out on top! I proved to the world that I deserve to be in the spotlight. It's a fact that I am the greatest wrestler today to have never won a World Championship... but now that changes. Defeating Batista was just the first step for me. Mark my words... I WILL be a World Champion soon!

Rosa: Now up next, you'll be taking on DX's Shawn Michaels. What are your thoughts on this upcoming match?

Matt: Just like Batista learned last night, Shawn Michaels will find out exactly why I deserve the spotlight. Guys like the Heartbreak Kid have held me down just so they can have one last defining moment in their sad career. Well Shawn, ten years ago... you were the best. I can't deny that. But now... your just a has-been. Your career is on life support, and tonight I'm going to pull the plug. And after I defeat Shawn Michaels tonight... I guarantee that both John Cena and Randy Orton will be rushing to recruit me for their team!

Matt walks away to go to the ring.

Cole: It'll be Matt Hardy verses Shawn Michaels.... when we return to Monday Night Raw here on the USA Network.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Live For The Moment” by Monster Magnet plays. The crowd boos as Matt Hardy makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from Cameron, North Carolina, weighing in at 236 pounds, Matt Hardy.

Cole: Welcome back to Monday Night Raw. And here comes an ecstatic and confident Matt Hardy.

King: After last night's performance, I don't think you can blame Hardy for being confident. Matt finally defeated Batista in the third and final match of their feud, inside a steel cage.

Cole: Hardy is coming off what some say is the biggest win of his career thus far, and Matt is looking to use that momentum to pick up yet another impressive win here tonight and, as he put it, guarantee a spot on either Team Cena or Team Orton.

“ARE YOU READY?!” “Break It Down” by Chris Warren plays. The crowd cheers as Shawn Michaels makes his way to the ring.

Lilian: And his opponent, from San Antonio, Texas, weighing in at 225 pounds, The Heartbreak Kid, Shawn Michaels.

King: Well while Hardy is looking to get on a team, Shawn Michaels is no officially on Team Cena, along with his fellow DX partner, Triple H.

Cole: Both teams right now have three members, but what was with Shawn Michaels before the break backstage? Shawn seemed almost defeated until his best friend and partner Triple H picked him back up.

King: I just think that loss last night in the Tag Team Title match and specifically Shawn being pinned by Cody Rhodes to lose the match got to him. But HBK looks fine now. He's fired up and ready to go!

Shawn Michaels vs. Matt Hardy

The match is a great back and forth battle between HBK and Hardy. Both men get a good amount of offense in, with a lot of counters as well. Towards the end, Hardy is in firm control of HBK. Hardy runs at HBK in the corner and delivers a clothesline, followed up by a running bulldog.

Hardy goes for the cover, 1...2...HBK kicks out.

Matt gets up and angrily starts rapidly hitting HBK with leg drops! Hardy gets up and yells out to the crowd with a cocky smile on his face, as the crowd boos him. Matt lifts HBK back to his feet and gets him in a front facelock position. Hardy does his V1 taunt as he sets up for the Twist Of Fate, but HBK counters it by backing Hardy up into the nearby corner. Matt still keeps control as he still has a hold of HBK's head and is clubbing him in the back and kneeing him in the gut. Hardy gets out of the corner and tosses HBK off the ropes. Hardy ducks don for a back body drop, but HBK flips over him and counters with a sunset flip.

The cover, 1...2...Hardy kicks out.

Both men get to their feet. Matt goes for a big right hand, but HBK ducks it and runs off the ropes. Hardy turns around right into a flying forearm smash by HBK. HBK does his classic kip-up as Hardy gets to his feet. HBK grabs Matt and delivers an inverted atomic drop, followed up by a right hand that knocks Hardy down to the mat. Matt gets back to his feet, but HBK grabs him quickly and scoop slams him to the mat. HBK goes over to the nearby corner and starts climbing the ropes as the crowd goes wild. HBK gets to the top rope, jumps off, and nails Hardy with the Diving Elbow Drop! HBK gets back up to his feet and is all hyped up!

HBK gets in the opposite corner and starts tuning up the band, as the crowd stomps along with him! Hardy slowly gets to his feet, as the referee is checking on him. HBK starts to move forward to kick Hardy, when Matt turns and realizes the kick is coming. Matt pulls the referee in his place as he moves out of the way. It looks as if the referee is about to get Super Kicked right in the head, but HBK is able to stop himself just in time as the referee covers his face in fear. Right as HBK stops his momentum, Hardy runs over and low blows HBK, undetected by the referee since he's still covering his face. Hardy quickly sets up HBK and nails him with the TWIST OF FATE!

The cover, 1...2...3 Matt wins the match!

Winner: Matt Hardy

Lilian: Here is your winner, Matt Hardy!

Cole: And for the second night in a row, Matt Hardy picks up a huge victory! Although tonight, Hardy did have some illegal help when he hit Shawn Michaels with that low blow to setup for the Twist Of Fate.

King: Hey, the referee didn't see it. It's only cheating if you get caught and Hardy knows that. I said it last night and I'll say it again. That man, Matt Hardy, will one day win that World Championship.

Cole: I have to say King, Hardy is at the top of his game right now. If I was Orton or Cena, I would want him on my team right now. Well speaking of that, still to come in our main event, both captains will choose a member of their teams to face each other one-on-one.

*-----Commercial Break------*

As we return, we are backstage watching Matt Hardy walking back from the ring. Hardy then stops as he's confronted by Randy Orton.

Orton: Matt Hardy... I have to say... you've impressed me lately. These last few months you've been taking it to Batista... and last night you beat him in a Steel Cage Match... And then just moments ago, you beat the legendary Shawn Michaels. You know it's a shame that you've always been held back. These past two nights... you've proved to the world that you have what it takes to be in the spotlight. That's why I'm here to ask you to be a part of Team Orton at Survivor Series. With you on our team... I have no doubt that we can take down Cena. Imagine that... being part of the team that defeats the WWE Champion's team at Survivor Series... that's huge! So what do you say Matt? Are you in?

Orton extends his hand out to Matt. Hardy looks down at Orton's hand for a second and then shakes it.

Matt: I'm in. At Survivor Series... the Black Cloud will reign over the heads of Team Cena!

Orton and Hardy smirk as fade away and cut to ringside with Cole and King.

Cole: Wow... so Matt Hardy officially joins Legacy on Team Orton at Survivor Series. I have to say, like him or not, Hardy was a great pick for Orton.

King: Orton is a smart guy. He's noticed that Hardy is on a roll right now and has beaten two of the top guys on Raw. That's a guy you want on your team without a doubt.

Maryse is walking backstage towards the ring, when The Miz comes up to her and stop her.

Miz: Hello Maryse.

Maryse looks over at Miz.

Maryse: Are you stalking me or something? Cause that's not going to work.

Miz: I'm not stalking you... I'm just trying to make you admit what I already know... That you want me!

Maryse rolls her eyes.

Maryse: Ha... I've told you a million times already Miz that I'm not interested.

Miz: Your words may say that... but your actions tell a different story.

Maryse looks confused.

Maryse: What do you mean?

Miz: I watched last week's Raw again, when Kofi Kingston attacked me. I saw the look of concern on your face. And then you helped me by yelling over to Kofi to distract him. Now why would you do that if you didn't have feelings for me?

Maryse: Well... maybe I just don't like Kofi.

Miz: That may be true, but there was something more to that. You even smiled at me afterwards. Maryse... just make it easy on yourself and admit that you like me.

Maryse: You're delusional. None of what you said about last week was true.

Miz looks at Maryse with a smirk on his face.

Miz: Really? Come on Maryse... we both know that isn't true. I don't understand why you just won't admit it. Not only would we both get what we want, but we'd be the greatest and most dominant couple in WWE history.

Maryse: Dominant? Look Miz, like I've said before to you, you haven't impressed me enough yet. So until then, nous ne pouvons pas être ensemble.

Maryse puts her hand up in Miz's face and then walks away as Miz looks on.

Miz: Ok... she wants impressive... I'll give her impressive!

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Pourquoi?” plays. The crowd boos as Maryse and Beth Phoenix make their way to the ring.

Lilian: The following diva tag team contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, the team of Beth Phoenix and the Diva's Champion Maryse.

Cole: Welcome back to Monday Night Raw as we get ready for some diva action here. As you can see, The Glamazon and the Diva's Champion making their way to the ring, a dangerous combo.

King: We saw before the commercial break, Maryse was backstage talking to The Miz again. Miz has been trying for a long time to, as he puts it, get Maryse to admit she likes him.

Cole: Well last week, some, like Miz, could interpret Maryse's actions as her caring for Miz. Who knows. But Maryse needs to forget about The Miz here and get focused on this match.

"Obsession" plays. The crowd cheers as Kelly Kelly and Mickie James make their way to the ring.

Lilian: And their opponents, the team of Kelly Kelly and Mickie James.

King: You're right about that Michael, because here comes two very determined divas. After last week, I'm sure Kelly Kelly wants some revenge on Maryse.

Cole: You're right about that King. Kelly looked to have had Maryse beaten last week, until The Miz came out and distracted her, allowing Maryse to get the win. And let's not forget about Mickie's motivation.

King: That's right. Mickie has been saying for months how she is determined to become the first diva ever to have held both the Diva's and Women's Championships. A win here tonight could definitely help her get one step closer to that goal.

Beth Phoenix & Maryse vs. Kelly Kelly & Mickie James

Beth and Mickie start things off for their teams. The match progresses as an even contest with a few tags for each team. Towards the end, Maryse and Mickie are the two legal competitors, with Maryse in control. Maryse delivers a few knees to the gut of Mickie and then tosses her into a corner. Maryse runs at Mickie, but Mickie counters by putting her boots up. Mickie goes to the second ropes and jumps off at Maryse, but Maryse reverses by catching Mickie and planting her across her knee for a Backbreaker!

Maryse goes for the cover, 1...2...Kelly comes in and just breaks it up!

Kelly stomps on Maryse a few more times, until Beth comes in and clubs Kelly in the head, knocking her down. Beth continues to deliver some hard shots to Kelly, until she back against the ropes. Beth lifts Kelly up to her feet against the ropes and delivers a chop to her chest. Beth backs up and runs at Kelly, but Kelly ducks down and pulls the top rope down with her, causing Beth to go over the top rope and to the outside floor. Beth, who is angry at what just happened, gets up pretty quickly and gets on the apron. Kelly gets back to her feet and dropkicks Beth off the apron and crashing back first into the announce table behind her!

Kelly gets back up as she looks at the fallen Beth on the outside, but Kelly turns around into a STRAIGHT BOOT TO THE FACE by Maryse, sending Kelly back through the ropes and to the outside floor! Maryse wipes her hands clean as she looks out at Kelly with a smirk on her face. Maryse turns around, but gets hit with a spinning back kick to the gut by Mickie. Mickie then quickly grabs Maryse by the head and nails her with the MICKIE-DT!

Mickie goes for the cover, 1...2...3 Mickie wins it for her and Kelly!

Winners: Kelly Kelly & Mickie James

Lilian: Here are your winners, Kelly Kelly and Mickie James!

Cole: And Mickie James manages to pull out a huge win here. Mickie has just pinned the Diva's Champion, Maryse.

King: Mickie is working hard to get that title shot, and no doubt that win just helped her get closer to it. Mickie wants to make history and I believe that she can do it.

Cole: Well still to come tonight is our huge main event. One member of Team Cena will take on one member of Team Orton. Who will be chosen for tonight's main event? We'll be right back with more Monday Night Raw, here on the USA Network.

*-----Commercial Break------*

As we return from commercial break, the song "Eon" by Celldweller is playing in the background as the album cover is on the screen.

King: Welcome back to Monday Night Raw. We'd like to thank Celldweller for the Survivor Series theme song "Eon" off the album "Wish Upon A Blackstar: Chapter 02 Of 05", available December 8th. And Michael... I can't wait for this year's Survivor Series.

Cole: Me too King. The 24th Survivor Series this year will be held on November 22nd, live in the Verizon Center in our nation's capital, Washington D.C.

King: And we already learned earlier tonight one of our main events will be a traditional Survivor Series match. It'll be Team Cena taking on Team Orton in a 10 Man Tag Team Elimination Match.

Cole: Both captains have been recruiting people for their teams all night. So far for Team Orton, we have Matt Hardy, the Tag Team Champions Priceless, and of course the captain Randy Orton. Just one more spot to fill. Who will it be?

King: And on Team Cena, so far we have D-Generation X and the captain, WWE Champion John Cena. Cena still needs to find two more members for his team. Who will Cena get to match-up against Team Orton?

We cut backstage to see reporter Rosa Mendes with John Cena.

Rosa: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guest at this time, the WWE Champion, John Cena. John, earlier tonight we all heard the big announcement by General Manager Vickie Guerrero. At Survivor Series it'll be Team Cena verses Team Orton in a 10 Man Elimination Tag Team Match. We already saw you recruit DX. Have you gotten anyone else to fill the remaining two spots on your team?

Cena: Well... all I'm going to say right now is that at Survivor Series I will have a full team and you will learn who the last two members of my team are soon. Now I know Randy Orton's team is almost filled out.... and I hate to say it, but he has a good team so far... but that won't matter. At Survivor Series, my team... Team Cena will fight with all it's got to take down Team Orton.

Cena looks directly at the camera.

Cena: And Orton... don't think I've forgotten what you did to me last night. You fired the first strike last night when you interfered in my match and then RKO'd me. So Orton... you want a war?.... Well you've got one now!

Cena stares intensely into the camera and then walks away.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Voices” by Rev Theory plays. The crowd boos as Randy Orton makes his way out onto the stage with a microphone.

Orton: All night... I've been putting my team together for Survivor Series. I've recruited the Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Matt Hardy.... And now I've filled the final spot for my team... Let me introduce to you... the fifth and final member of Team Orton... the United States Champion... THE BIG SHOW!

“Crank It Up” by Brand New Sin plays. The crowd boos as Big Show comes out on the stage with Orton. They look at each other, nod, and walk down the ramp to make their way to the ring.

Cole: Yet another great pick for Randy Orton. What a way to fill out your team... by adding the largest athlete in the world, The Big Show.

King: Big Show is a man that has been on a rampage here on Raw as of late. He won the United States Championship, knocked out superstar after superstar, and took out MVP. Big Show is a dangerous man, and Orton was smart to get him on his team.

Cole: And now we know all of Team Orton. It's Randy Orton, Matt Hardy, the Tag Team Champions Priceless, and now the United States Champion the Big Show. How can Cena top that team?

“The Time Is Now” by John Cena plays. The crowd cheers as John Cena makes his way out onto the stage with a microphone.

Cena: The Big Show.... that's a great pick Randy... How can I counter that one? I need someone with Rage!... Size!... Power!... And that's exactly who I found... Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the newest member of Team Cena.... "THE ANIMAL" BATISTA!

“I Walk Alone” by Saliva plays. The crowd cheers as Batista comes out on the stage with Cena all pumped up. Cena and Batista high five and walk down the ramp to make their way to the ring.

King: Wow! What a pick by Cena! If there was anyone that was a good counter to The Big Show, it's this man, Batista.

Cole: A great choice by Cena for his team. After losing last night to Matt Hardy, Batista looks to be in a very foul mood. And the last thing Team Orton wants to be up against is an enraged Animal.

King: Well there are now four members on Team Cena. It's the WWE Champion John Cena, D-Generation X, and now the addition of Batista. Who will that fifth and final member be? But right now we're going to see who can get momentum for their team.

Batista vs. Big Show

The match is an even back-and-forth contest the whole time. Both men get a good amount of offense in on each other. Towards the end, Big Show is in control of the match. Big Show has Batista up against the ropes and is delivering a few body blows to Batista. Big Show then tosses Batista off the ropes. As Batista comes back off the ropes, Big Show goes for a clothesline, but Batista ducks it and continues off the ropes. Big Show turns around and Batista hits him with a running shoulder block, that makes the giant stumble back a bit. Batista punches Big Show a few times and then runs off the ropes again. Batista comes back off the ropes at Big Show, but the giant catches The Animal with a big boot to the face!

Big Show lifts Batista up and tosses him into a nearby corner. Big Show goes over to Batista in the corner and delivers a massive open handed chop to the chest of Batista! Big Show then backs up as Batista holds his chest in the corner. Big Show runs at Batista in the corner and goes for a corner body splash, but The Animal moves out of the way just in time, causing the giant to crash into the corner! Batista quickly gets behind Big Show and chop blocks him, bringing the giant to a knee. Batista runs off the ropes and connects with a kick to the side of Big Show's head, knocking him to the mat. Batista starts stomping on Big Show's back as the giant tries to get back to his feet.

Big Show manages to get back up to a knee and is able to shove Batista away a bit. Batista comes running back at Big Show, but Big Show catches Batista off guard and grabs him by the throat. Big Show gets back to his feet and sets Batista up for a Chokeslam, but before Big Show can lift Batista up, Batista kicks Big Show in the gut a few times to stop him and then clubs Big Show's forearm to break the grip. Batista quickly grabs Big Show and somehow lifts him up for a huge SPINE BUSTER, planting the giant on the mat!

Batista goes for the cover, 1...2...Big Show kicks out!

Cena is cheering on Batista on the outside, when just then... PRICELESS JUMPS OVER THE BARRICADE AND ATTACKS CENA FROM BEHIND! Priceless beats on Cena like a pack of wolves. While this is happening, Batista is in a corner, waiting for Big Show to get to his feet. Batista glances over and sees Cena getting beaten up. The referee goes over and is yelling at Priceless to stop and leave, but of course they don't listen to him. Batista is about to go over and help Cena, but Orton grabs Batista's foot from the outside. Batista turns around and kicks Orton off of him. Batista turns back around, but gets nailed with the KNOCKOUT PUNCH by Big Show!

Big Show yells at the referee to get back over there and goes for the cover, 1...2...3 Big Show wins!

Winner: Big Show

Lilian: Here is your winner, The Big Show!

Orton gets into the ring and lifts Big Show's hand high proudly. Orton and Big Show then start stomping on a beaten Batista. On the outside, Priceless continue to beat up Cena. DiBiase grabs the steel steps as Rhodes holds Cena up. DiBiase runs at Cena and nails him in the head with the Steel Steps! Rhodes then lifts Cena up and hits him with the CROSS RHODES onto the outside floor! Priceless continue to punch and stomp Cena. All of a sudden, D-GENERATION X comes running down to the ring. Orton runs at HBK as he gets into the ring, but HBK ducks down and back body drops Orton over the top rope and to the outside. Big Show goes for a Knockout Punch on Triple H, but Triple H ducks it and HBK quickly hits the giant with SWEET CHIN MUSIC! Big Show stumbles dazed and turns around into a kick to the gut by Triple H. Triple H hooks Big Show's arms and delivers the PEDIGREE!

DiBiase gets up on the apron, but before he can get into the ring, HBK nails him with SWEET CHIN MUSIC, which knocks DiBiase off the apron and onto Rhodes! As that happens, MATT HARDY runs down to the ring. Hardy turns Triple H around and catches him off guard with a TWIST OF FATE! Hardy gets to his feet and looks down at Triple H as he trash talks him. Hardy then turns around right into SWEET CHIN MUSIC by HBK! HBK stands over Hardy and does the DX chop towards him. Orton then slides into the ring behind HBK. HBK turns around and gets caught with the RKO by Orton! Orton looks around at everyone laid out in and around the ring. Orton gets onto the second rope and smugly does his Orton pose as the arena fills with boos.

“KENNEDY!” “Turn Up The Trouble” by Airbourne plays!

Orton puts his arms down and the smirk is wiped off his face as he stares at the titantron. The crowd goes wild waiting for Kennedy to come out! Orton gets down off the ropes and backs up a bit. Orton turns around to escape the ring, but just then ORTON GETS TACKLED BY KENNEDY, who had come out through the crowd! The crowd goes crazy as Kennedy rapidly and wildly punches away at Orton! Rhodes manages to get into the ring and pulls Kennedy off of Orton. Rhodes delivers a few stomps to Kennedy. Rhodes then lifts Kennedy up to his feet, but Kennedy quickly reverses Rhodes and hits him with the MIC CHECK!

Kennedy looks behind him and sees Orton rolling out of the ring to try and escape. Kennedy quickly gets out of the ring and tackles Orton onto the announce table! Kennedy punches away at Orton on the table and then slams the back of Orton's head against the table multiple times. Kennedy then gets off the table with Orton. Kennedy lifts a lifeless Orton up and tosses him hard into the Steel Steps! Kennedy lifts Orton up, sets him up, and nails him with the MIC CHECK onto the arena floor! Kennedy then goes over and grabs a microphone. Kennedy gets down right in the face of a beaten up Orton.

Kennedy: Say hello to the fifth and final member of Team Cena......... MIIIIIIIIIIISTERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.................... KENNEDYYYYYYYYYYYYYY! ................................. KENNEDY!

Kennedy gets up and stands tall over Orton as the crowd goes crazy for him!

Cole: Wow King! What chaos we just witnessed out here! Complete carnage between Team Orton and Team Cena! And it ends with that man, Mr. Kennedy, standing tall.

King: Well we hadn't heard from or seen Mr. Kennedy all night. Orton thought he was in the clear, but obviously that was not the case. Mr. Kennedy comes out here and beats the living hell out of Randy Orton for costing him the WWE Championship last night.

Cole: But that wasn't the only thing Kennedy had for us tonight. Kennedy announced that he is the final member of Team Cena, meaning the teams for Survivor Series are set. And if tonight was any indication, this match Survivor Series is going to be crazy! Thank you for joining us tonight for Monday Night Raw. Goodnight everyone!

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Survivor Series
November 22, 2009
Verizon Center - Washington D.C.
Official Theme Song: Celldweller – “Eon”


Match Card:

10 Man Elimination Tag Team Match
Team Cena: John Cena, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Batista, & Mr. Kennedy
vs.
Team Orton: Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, Matt Hardy, & Big Show
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I'm guessing Kennedy is a face based on the fact he got 87% of the vote and he got screwed out of the match by Orton & Legacy. I am curious as to what you're going to do with Legacy and how long you plan to keep them together. As a suggestion for future shows, you should use a person's whole name when they are speaking, not just their first name/last name/nickname. I wasn't feeling Orton's character as much as I would've liked. Considering he has been built up to be more of a 'vicious' heel so to speak, his comments on the mic were questionable, especially since he's never been someone to care what the fans say to him. I felt that Orton was too vocal in this promo, maybe a bit more than what he usually is and what his character requires. Vickie's usually a lot more blunt, but at least she's not being hated completely. The characters from both Orton/Cena were a bit off in terms of their mic work (although Cena was much more in character than Orton), and I felt the segment was too short for your opening promo, but that can easly be fixed. I felt like the attack wasn't necessary and didn't fit in at that moment. It would have been better to save it for the main event and lead to a big brawl or something afterwards.

So are Regal/Kendrick a team now? If so, I look forward to seeing what happens with them and how they are booked. Nice to see that their egos interfere and they argue about what happened. I'm a bit surprised that Chavo/Santino weigh more than Regal/Kendrick. I'm not sure if the right team went over, but all four of these guys could do well with a push if booked properly, so we'll see what happens with the US Title situation and all that jazz. The finish was appropriate as, although he pins him clean, it's with a quick school boy, so Regal still maintains credibility.

The Legacy interview seemed pretty good and in character and put all three members, especially Rhodes & DiBiase, over even more. Should be interesting to see who joins their Survivor Series team.

Neither Kofi or Vickie seemed to be in character. I like the fact that you're pushing both Kofi & The Miz, though. Kingston taking on DiBiase seems a bit odd since I feel like we've already seen enough of Legacy (this will be the 3rd time already), and we're bound to see them somehow in the main event. It also guarantees that DiBiase won't be competing for Orton in the main event (although I suppose it still could happen). The finish is questionable. Rhodes is at ringside but doesn't get involved, but instead, the Miz gets involved. I think had Rhodes & Miz both tried to get involved somehow you could have worked it that there were too many distractions and it ended up costing DiBiase, which would have helped Kofi since DiBiase is looking so strong right now anyways.

I love HBK, but nobody likes a sulker. Meh, I'm not sure whether Shawn being so downed will lead to a possible retirement in the near future or not. If so, good work at dropping some breadcrumbs along the way. Ahhh not Cena again. He's charismatic, but there's only so much of him I can take in a short time span. Lack of realism kicked in as Shawn was thinking he's "lost it" just a few moments ago, and now, he's all energetic with "WE'RE IN!". Character needed work on all 3 of them as well as none of them were in that great of character.

Something I've noticed is that I'm not seeing a lot of crowd reactions, unfortunately. There has been quite a few moments where crowd reactions could fit in the promos, but they've been left out. Matt's promo was pretty good, which is good since he's usually stale and bland and awful to listen to, but you gave him rudimentary mic skills, which is nice. However, the only problem wtih Matt here is that at times, he appeared to be a face, and then at other times, he appeared to be a heel.

A fairly enjoyable match for television. Matt going over HBK is pretty big, although for quite some time now, HBK has been used all too often to put people over, and after a while, it isn't as impressive. I was expecting something after the match with Shawn looking upset over losing or something, especially after his promo with HHH earlier.

This is the 3rd time we've seen Orton and the 3rd time we've seen Matt, and it's all been in the first hour (and just a bit after) of the show. With Orton, it's acceptable because he's trying to recruit people, but with Matt, we're done seeing him (unless it's at the end of the show in order to give it a big enough break, but still). Orton patronizing Matt is a bit odd. I know he wants him on his Survivor Series team, but it's still fairly out of character for him. I can see someone like Edge doing this, but not Orton during the current era.

I remember this happening back around the time of Night of Champions when Miz was trying to score with Maryse. If The Miz is going to go over as 'The Chick Magnet', it would probably be beneficial to have a female valet, but I would prefer someone who can't wrestle because I don't want Maryse to be torn away from the women's division. A solid diva's match, but you're not going to get anything great with Kelly Kelly in there (the rest are all good workers, however). Kelly Kelly would be a good valet for the Miz if he was face. Anyways, Maryse as champion is good, but I'm excited about a Mickie push and hopefully she ends up being the one to take the title off of Maryse.

3rd interview segment, Cena's 4th appearance. You can get away with 3 interviews (potentially), but Cena is just stinking the place up lol.

Big Show is United States Champion? I'm not a big fan of him, actually, but I actually quite enjoy that you're keeping away from the World Title scene right now, since he really should not be anywhere near it. Batista is a great pick, I think it will be hard for Cena's team to lose with such star power, even though I know it will be hard to put a bump in the road to Rhodes/DiBiase's monster push. Both men getting an equal amount of offense in isn't realistic since Big Show would control more of the match than Batista, even though Batista is still a pretty big guy. The good part about the finish is that Batista can still come out looking strong, and at the same time, the Big Show goes over and makes his championship reign look solid. Batista has lost two nights in a row, however, so hopefully you can build him back up as much as possible. Shawn was fucking everybody up afterwards with Sweet Chin Music, which was needed imo. I'm not all surprised that Kennedy is the 5th member of Cena's team. It almost would have made more sense for Team Orton vs. Team Kennedy, but Cena is the safer choice. I can see the match coming down to Cena & Kennedy vs. Orton/Rhodes/DiBiase.

Overall, the show had some good points, but there are also things to improve on. The biggest thing to work on is character since I mentioned that people weren't in character a number of times and it definitely affects the show. Also, remember not to overuse everyone on the show (example, we saw John Cena 5 times) unless you absolutely have to if they need to look strong in a hurry. All in all it was a fairly decent show - keep it up.
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Good way of starting off with Randy Orton and John Cena, since we ended with that at Cyber Sunday. Anyway both men were in character especially with Cena screaming halfway through his promo like normal. Vickie coming out was good I’m not too sure about no WWE championship match at Survivor Series, it’s a bit odd, but whatever Team Cena vs. Team Orton, should be good. Also Cena taking out Legacy was good for the champion as he looked strong.

Regal and Kendrick arguing was good, please no Regal in the US picture can’t stand him TBK mark all the way and he would be my choice, but I vent. Anyway it was a good match, a bit surprised that Chavo is face, but I like Santino picking up the win. Sure it was only a roll-up but it on Regal is awesome since once again I stress I hate Regal. Good opening bout.

No surprise here with Rhodes and Dibiase joining Orton that was going to be obvious. Kind of interested on seeing who else he chooses. Miz? Maybe Matt Hardy who has been on a hot streak as of late. Some good possibilities for Randy.

Kofi wanting to get a title shot is good and all, but I do think other people deserve the shot over him especially Chavo and Santino who picked up the wins. Anyway Dibiase vs. Kofi was a good match, and DH seems to be right here with Miz interfering. Sure it adds to their feud, but Cody should have got involved too if you ask me. He has to protect his partner’s back.

This was good, while Michael’s was a tad bit in the dumps at first I’m glad Hunter talked him up a bit so he could be back to his old self for now. With Legacy joining Orton, it was a great booking decision to get DX for Cena’s team and everything is matching up pretty good with no team really having an advantage over the other.

I’m not going to lie, Matt’s promo was excellent. I really like heel Matt Hardy. My only problem was the fact that he could of saved it for an in-ring promo before the match. We really didn’t need Rosa if you ask me. Still if Matt beats Michaels tonight and a win over Batista last night add him to Orton’s team for sure.

And wouldn’t you know it Matt picks up the win. Sure a little cheating was involved but still probably the two biggest wins he has ever accomplished in his career. Anyway like I predicted, Matt Hardy is on team Orton. Everything is starting to break-down nicely and now I can see Batista joining Cena to match him and Hardy up.

Ah, a storyline that was never completed by the WWE and that was Maryse and Miz. I have no idea what your plans are but it is smart to pair these two up. Nice little French touch at the end, although I have no idea what she said . Maybe Miz interferes in her match which is next…..nope oh man and Maryse lost. Honestly would of liked to see Beth get pinned but then again Mickie might be chasing after that gold to be the first ever woman to hold the Divas and Woman’s title. Good divas match though.

I felt the Cena promo was not really needed if you ask me. Anyway onto the main event and I’m glad Show and Batista are added, but I forgot Show was your US Champ. I thought it was The Miz, the way you had Kofi talking earlier, but onto the match it was a good match then the chaos at the end was great. Everyone getting finishers is always a great thing to get the crowd pumped. Then, Kennedy coming out and being the last man standing and last man on Cena’s team is even better. Two great overall teams if you ask me.

Overall: Sure I don’t like no WWE Championship match but the teams for Raw are pretty stacked and really even. My only problem with this show is I felt that some of your promos weren’t needed. Matt Hardy backstage with Rosa and Cena’s promo with Rosa, but otherwise a great show, with you matching up feuds in the SS match and your mid-cards all battling for the US Title. Keep it up.
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ECW Preview
October 27, 2009
Rochester, New York


This past Sunday at Cyber Sunday, the ECW Championship was on the line. You the fans voted and chose Evan "Air" Bourne to take on Paul Burchill. Bourne had an incredible performance, but unfortunately for the high-flying superstar, Bourne just fell short of capturing his first championship in the WWE, when "The Ripper" Paul Burchill pinned him to retain his title. After his first successful title defense, what's next for the ECW Champion?


WWE Superstars Preview
October 29, 2009

This Thursday on WWE Superstars, the Tag Team division takes over. First, we'll see two teams from Smackdown, when Brooklyn's Cryme Tyme takes on the Southerners Jimmy Wang Yang and Jesse. With both teams looking for a Tag Team Title shot, a win here could help propel either team in the number one contenders spot.

Speaking of the Tag Team Titles, one-half of the Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes will take on Carlito. The Caribbean superstar looks to get him and his brother Primo closer to title shot, but that may be a tough challenge. After pinning Shawn Michaels at Cyber Sunday and being chosen for Team Orton, it's going to be tough to stop Rhodes's momentum.

Announced Matches:
Jimmy Wang Yang & Jesse vs. Cryme Tyme
Cody Rhodes vs. Carlito
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ECW
October 27, 2009
Rochester, New York

WWE Signature Video is shown.

Quote:
************CYBER SUNDAY RECAP VIDEO*************
Tony Chimel: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is for the ECW Championship.

The ECW Champion Paul Burchill and his sister Katie Lea are shown coming down to the ring.

Josh Mathews: The champion Paul Burchill is making his way down to the ring, getting ready for his first title defense.

The three possible challengers, Christian, Evan Bourne, and Vladimir Kozlov are all shown backstage, waiting for the results.

Tiffany: We’re about to find out which one of these three men will take on Paul Burchill right now for the ECW Championship.

************VOTING RESULTS*************

PICK THE OPPONENT:

CHRISTIAN – 46%
EVAN BOURNE – 47%
VLADIMIR KOZLOV – 7%

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Tiffany: AND IT’S EVAN BOURNE!

Bourne gets very excited and makes his way to the ring.

Josh Mathews: Evan Bourne has never won the ECW Championship before, but that could all change right now. Bourne can make his dreams come true and finally capture the ECW Title.

Clips from the match are shown, as Bourne and Burchill battle back and forth. Burchill, frustrated and exhausted, lifts Bourne up and go for the Dangerous Buster, but Bourne reverses it with a knee shot to the head. Bourne then knocks Burchill down with a roundhouse kick to the head and makes his way to the top rope. Bourne sets up for possibly Air Bourne, but Katie Lea gets on the apron and distracts him. Burchill comes over and takes advantage of the distraction by sweeping Bourne's leg so that he's sitting on the top rope. Burchill goes to the top rope and delivers a SUPER DANGEROUS BUSTER to Bourne for the win!

Tony Chimel: Here is your winner and STILL ECW Champion, Paul Burchill!

Burchill stands next to his sister and raises his ECW Title high in the air with a smile on his face.

Josh Mathews: Burchill was very impressive in this match tonight

Matt Striker: After a match like this, I can assure you that Paul Burchill is the real deal and he’s going to be champion for a long time.
ECW Opening Video is shown as “Don't Question My Heart” by Saliva plays.

Pyro goes off and the crowd goes wild.


Josh Mathews: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to ECW! We're here live in Rochester, New York just two days removed from the most interactive pay per view in the WWE... Cyber Sunday.

Matt Striker: And Josh, what a night that was. We had some many great matches thanks to the choices by the fans, including the ECW Championship match.

Josh Mathews: That's right Matt. Evan Bourne was picked to face Paul Burchill for the ECW Championship. Bourne was so close to his first title, but "The Ripper" managed to come out victorious and still champion of the Land Of Extreme.

“Generator A” plays. The arena fills with boos as Paul Burchill and Katie Lea make their way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Katie Lea and the ECW Champion, Paul Burchill!

Katie Lea: Ladies and gentlemen... STILL your ECW Champion... my brother... Paul Burchill!

The crowd boos as Burchill lifts up his ECW Championship.

Katie Lea: How dare you boo him. This is your ECW Champion. Show some respect! In fact... you don't even deserve to look at my brother right now.

The crowd continues to boo as Katie Lea scowls at them.

Katie Lea: This man right here is the greatest ECW Champion of all time! You should be lucky to be graced by his presence.

Burchill takes the microphone from Katie Lea.

Paul Burchill: Thank you sis. One month ago at No Mercy... I proved all of you wrong when I defeated Christian to become the ECW Champion!

Burchill holds out his title and looks at it proudly.

Paul Burchill: But instead of being looked at as a great champion... all of you said that my win was simply a fluke. That I didn't deserve to be champion.

The crowd starts chanting "You Suck" at the champion.

Paul Burchill: Then two night ago at Cyber Sunday, I faced Evan Bourne... And even though I was the champion, I was seen as the underdog in the match by all of you. None of you thought I could beat your precious little Evan Bourne.

Burchill pauses and looks out into the crowd with a smirk on his face.

Paul Burchill: But guess what.... I DID! I beat Evan Bourne and retained my ECW Championship, proving that winning this title was not a fluke.

The crowd heavily boos Burchill.

Paul Burchill: Maybe now all of you will see that I am the real deal. There is no one on this roster that can beat me! No matter who is thrown in my way... I will always come out victorious, holding this ECW Championship high!

Just then, “Bad Dream” plays. The crowd cheers as Tommy Dreamer comes out and makes his way down to the ring. Burchill and Katie Lea have a displeased look on their faces.

Josh Mathews: Well this is a surprise! Here comes the ECW General Manager, Tommy Dreamer... and Matt, the Burchills do not look happy to see our GM.

Matt Striker: Why should they? Tommy Dreamer has just interrupted Paul Burchill's moment here. I wonder what this could be about.

Dreamer gets into the ring and grabs a microphone. Burchill stares intensely at Dreamer.

Paul Burchill: What the hell are you doing out here? You're ruining my moment! I'm out here celebrating my title defense, but you had to come out and interrupt. So what do you want Dreamer?!

Tommy Dreamer: Well first of all... you don't talk to me like that! I'm your boss Paul, whether you like it or not.

The crowd cheers for Dreamer's comment.

Tommy Dreamer: But contrary to what you think, I'm not out here to ruin your moment.... No. I'm out here to congratulate you on successfully defending your ECW Championship two nights ago at Cyber Sunday against Evan Bourne.

Dreamer extends his hand towards Burchill. Burchill looks down at his hand and shakes it after thinking about it for a second.

Tommy Dreamer: You put on one hell of a match and in the end, you proved why you're the ECW Champion.

Burchill's scowl turns into a cocky smile.

Paul Burchill: Well thank you Tommy, for finally recognizing how great I am. You should be proud that I'm your ECW Champion!

Tommy Dreamer: I am actually. You're a great champion. And great champions are always ready to step their game up when obstacles are thrown in their way... Which brings me to why I'm out here.

Burchill looks at Dreamer with a confused look on his face.

Tommy Dreamer: I believe before I came out here, you said that no matter who is thrown in your way, you'll always come out on top with the ECW Title. Right?

Paul Burchill: Of course. Like I said before, no one and nothing can stop me! Any challenge you throw at me... I'll beat it, no problem.

Tommy Dreamer: I'm glad to hear you say that... because you're going to need that attitude. The next pay per view event coming up is Survivor Series... and at that event, you, Paul Burchill, will be defending the ECW Championship. But to go with the atmosphere of the event this won't be a one-on-one match.

Burchill's cocky smile quickly goes away.

Tommy Dreamer: No. It'll be a 5 Man Battle Royal!

Burchill and Katie Lea are fuming at the decision as the crowd goes wild.

Tommy Dreamer: You and four other challengers will fight in the ring at the same time and an elimination occurs after a pinfall or submission. The last man left wins the match and the ECW Championship!

Burchill angrily gets up in Dreamer's face.

Paul Burchill: Are you kidding me Tommy?! Have you lost your mind?! I think all of those blows to your head over the years has finally caught up with you.

Tommy Dreamer: Oh I'm very serious Burchill... And tonight, we're going to start the qualifying matches... Good luck champ!

Dreamer leaves the ring as Burchill and Katie Lea stand in the ring pissed off.

Matt Striker: Wow! What a blockbuster announcement! A 5 Man Battle Royal for the ECW Championship at Survivor Series.

Josh Mathews: And tonight, we're going to start finding out who will qualify for that match. Stay tuned for more ECW when we return here on SyFy.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Radio” by Watt White plays. The crowd boos as Zack Ryder makes his way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: The following contest is a Survivor Series Qualifying Match, scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from Long Island, New York, weighing in at 214 pounds, Zack Ryder.

Josh Mathews: Welcome back to ECW. If you missed it, before the commercial break General Manager Tommy Dreamer announced that at Survivor Series the ECW Championship will be defended in a 5 Man Battle Royal.

Matt Striker: And we are getting ready for the first Qualifying Match here as the "Long Island Iced-Z" Zack Ryder makes his way to the ring... And this is a huge opportunity for Ryder tonight.

Josh Mathews: That's right Matt. Ryder has been looking for that one moment to break out and this may be it. A shot for the ECW Title would be huge for him.

“Born To Win” by Mutiny Within plays. The crowd cheers as Evan Bourne makes his way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: And his opponent, from St. Louis, Missouri, weighing in at 183 pounds, Evan Bourne.

Josh Mathews: Well it's going to be a tough challenge for Ryder going up against the high-flying Evan "Air" Bourne, who faced the ECW Champion two days ago at Cyber Sunday.

Matt Striker: That he did, but let's not forget that Evan Bourne did lose. Bourne had his chance and blew it. Let's give others an opportunity at the title.

Josh Mathews: That may be how you feel, but I think Bourne deserves another chance and obviously so does Tommy Dreamer. Which one of these two men will join Paul Burchill at Survivor Series?

Survivor Series Qualifying Match
Evan Bourne vs. Zack Ryder


The match is an even contest throughout. Towards the end, Ryder is in control. Ryder tosses Bourne in a nearby corner. Ryder runs at Bourne in the corner and clotheslines him, but keeps Bourne trapped in the corner. Ryder punches Bourne in the head until he's seated on the ground in the corner. Ryder backs up and measures up Bourne as he puts up the LI. Ryder runs at Bourne in the corner and connects with the Facewash Kick to Bourne's face. Ryder pulls Bourne out of the corner and goes for a cover.

1......2......Bourne kicks out.

Ryder, frustrated, gets up and argues with the referee for a second. Ryder backs up and waits for Bourne to get back to his feet. Bourne slowly gets to his feet using the ropes. Bourne turns around and Ryder runs at him. Ryder goes for the Rough Ryder Leg Lariat, but Bourne ducks it, sending Ryder over his head. Ryder lands on his feet and stabilizes himself. Ryder turns around to attack Bourne, but Bourne catches him off guard with a spinning back kick to the jaw, sending Ryder stumbling backwards. Ryder checks his jaw and then runs after Bourne going for a clothesline, but Bourne ducks it.

Ryder stops and turns around right into a jumping high knee by Bourne, taking Ryder down to a knee. Bourne runs off the ropes at Ryder and delivers a running hurricanrana to him. Bourne starts to get fired up, as does the crowd. Bourne waits for Ryder to get to his feet and then connects with a Step Up Enzugiri to the Long Island Loud Mouth! Bourne drags Ryder's body by a nearby corner and then looks at the corner. The crowd goes crazy as Bourne climbs the turnbuckle! Bourne sets up on the top rope and connects with a picture perfect AIR BOURNE! Bourne goes for the cover.

1......2......3! BOURNE WINS!


Winner: Evan Bourne

Tony Chimel: Here is your winner, Evan Bourne!

Josh Mathews: And Evan Bourne has earned another shot at the ECW Title. With that win, Bourne moves onto Survivor Series in the 5 Man Battle Royal.

Matt Striker: But now Evan Bourne has to prepare for a huge task ahead of him. He's not going to be in there with just Paul Burchill like at Cyber Sunday. There's going to be four other men with him this time. If Bourne couldn't win before, how could he win this?

Josh Mathews: Well you never know with those matches. Everyone has the same odds and anything can happen. And later tonight, we're going to find out another challenger in the match, when Vladimir Kozlov takes on Mark Henry. We'll be right back with more ECW here on SyFy.

*-----Commercial Break------*

As we return from commercial break, we see Evan Bourne walking back from the ring when the backstage reporter Savannah stops him.

Savannah: Evan... moments ago, we saw you become the first to qualify for the 5 Man Battle Royal at Survivor Series. How do you feel right now?

Evan Bourne: Well Savannah, I'm excited. Two nights ago at Cyber Sunday, I blew my shot at becoming ECW Champion... But now I get a second chance. Sure it'll be a tougher match, but I'm ready for it... I'm determined to become the next EC.....

Just then Jack Swagger comes up from behind and smashes Bourne in the back of the head, knocking him hard to the ground. Swagger punches Bourne in the head. Bourne tries to block the shots, but it isn't working. Swagger then picks up Bourne and tosses him against the wall. Swagger then lifts Bourne up again and tosses him into the nearby production equipment. Swagger stomps on Bourne until security finally comes over and pulls Swagger off of him.

Swagger: Who's the loser now Evan?!

Swagger, with a grin on his face, gets pulled away by security, while the staff checks on Bourne. The crowd chants "You Suck" directed towards Swagger.

Josh Mathews: For the second time this week, Jack Swagger has taken Evan Bourne out backstage. First it was at Cyber Sunday and now again tonight. What's Swagger's deal?

Matt Striker: You don't get it Josh. Swagger is putting Bourne in his place. Bourne has been making fun of Swagger for weeks calling him a loser. This is Swagger's way of telling Bourne to stop and show the world that he's not a loser.

We cut backstage to Tommy Dreamer and Tiffany in Dreamer's office.

Tiffany: Tommy, I love the match you made for Survivor Series. A 5 Man Battle Royal for the ECW Championship... That's huge!

Tommy Dreamer: Thank you Tiffany. I'm very excited to see it and I'm sure all the fans are too....

Just then, Paul Burchill and Katie Lea barge into Dreamer's office, looking very angry. The crowd boos the champion and his sister.

Paul Burchill: DREAMER!

Tommy Dreamer: What ever happened to knocking?

Paul Burchill: I'm the champion! I don't need to knock... We need to talk RIGHT NOW!

Tommy Dreamer: Fine...What is it Paul?

Paul Burchill: How can you make me defend my ECW Title in a 5 Man Battle Royal? That's unfair!

Tommy Dreamer: Well Paul...

Paul Burchill: No... you know what... don't answer because I know why you did it... It's the same reason you put me in a match at Cyber Sunday where I didn't know who my opponent would be... You Hate Me!

Dreamer looks a little shocked and confused.

Paul Burchill: That's right... You can't stand the fact that I'm ECW Champion. You want me to lose this title. You're lucky I don't report you to Mr. McMahon himself and have him fire you just like he did to the rest of your ECW buddies.

Dreamer gets angry at that last comment as does the crowd.

Paul Burchill: You're as good at being a General Manager as you were at being a wrestler... and let me tell you something Tommy... YOU SUCKED!

Dreamer starts to get angrier and the crowd boos Burchill's comment.

Paul Burchill: You were awful at wrestling... you are awful at being a General Manager... in fact, you just fail at everything you do in life!

Tiffany steps in, who seems to be fed up with Burchill.

Tiffany: THAT'S ENOUGH PAUL!

Burchill looks at Tiffany with a disgusted look on his face as the crowd cheers for Tiffany.

Tiffany: Mr. Dreamer is your boss and a legend in that ring. If it wasn't for people like Tommy paving the way, you wouldn't even be here. He made this decision because it's a great match for the fans. So suck it up and start showing him some respect!

Katie Lea steps forward and gets in Tiffany's face.

Katie Lea: How dare you talk to my brother like that. Do you know who he is? He's the ECW Champion. He brings in the ratings and is the reason you still have a job. So why don't you shut your mouth and show my brother some respect.

The crowd boos Katie Lea.

Tiffany: You may be the ECW Champions sister... but that doesn't mean I can't take action against you right now!

The crowd cheers for Tiffany.

Katie Lea: What are you gonna do you blonde bimbo?

Katie Lea and Tiffany stare each other down and look like they're about to hit each other, when Dreamer steps in between them.

Tommy Dreamer: Whoa, whoa, whoa! Stop this right now! Back up you two and calm down.

Dreamer backs the two women up and then turns his attention to Burchill.

Tommy Dreamer: Now Paul... the match at Survivor Series is still happening.... There's nothing you can say or do to change that. And since you seem fired up tonight, you can unleash that anger in the ring.

Burchill's full attention seems to be on Dreamer after that last sentence.

Tommy Dreamer: Tonight, in our main event, you're going to team up with Jack Swagger... and you two will face Gregory Helms and Christian! Now please leave my office now.

The crowd cheers for the match being made. Burchill and Katie Lea leave Dreamer's office pissed off as Dreamer and Tiffany look on with displeased looks on their faces.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Some Bodies Gonna Get It” by Three 6 Mafia plays. The crowd cheers as Mark Henry and Tony Atlas make their way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: The following contest is a Survivor Series Qualifying Match, scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, being accompanied by Tony Atlas, from Silsbee, Texas, weighing in at 392 pounds, The World’s Strongest Man, Mark Henry.

Josh Mathews: Welcome back to ECW. And here comes the World's Strongest Man as we get ready for our second Qualifying Match of the night.

Matt Striker: Lately we've seen Mark Henry join forces with Ezekiel Jackson in a dominant tag team... but tonight is all about the former ECW Champion getting another shot at being on top.

Josh Mathews: As you said Matt, Mark Henry knows what it takes to be ECW Champion and it's hard to bet against the World's Strongest Man.

“Pain” plays. The crowd boos as Vladimir Kozlov makes his way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: And his opponent, from Moscow, weighing in at 302 pounds, Vladimir Kozlov.

Matt Striker: Well if there's anyone that poses a threat to Mark Henry... it's this right here... the dominant Vladimir Kozlov.

Josh Mathews: Ever since coming to ECW, Kozlov has been mowing down the competition put in front of him... yet the Moscow Mauler has not held the prestigious ECW Championship yet.

Matt Striker: That's because Kozlov hasn't been giving his opportunity. But a win here can put him on track for that title. Who will move onto Survivor Series?

Survivor Series Qualifying Match
Vladimir Kozlov vs. Mark Henry


The match is a back and forth contest most of the match. Towards the end, Kozlov is in control. Kozlov has Henry in a corner and is delivering shoulder thrusts to him. Kozlov then delivers a few hard forearm shots to Henry and finishes off with a headbutt to the chest. Kozlov grabs Henry by the arm and tosses him into the opposite corner. Henry hits his back hard on the turnbuckles and stumbles out from the corner. Kozlov clotheslines Henry, sending him stumbling back into the corner. Kozlov grabs Henry out of the corner and sets up for a bell-to-belly suplex, but Henry prevents it from happening. Henry headbutts Kozlov and then breaks out of his hold. Henry punches Kozlov a few times, backing up the Moscow Mauler. Henry delivers a short armed clothesline, which makes Kozlov stumble. Henry then comes back at Kozlov and delivers a more impactful clothesline that takes the Moscow Mauler to the mat. Kozlov gets back up to his feet, but Henry knocks him down with another big clothesline.

Henry then grabs Kozlov as he's getting up and tosses him off the ropes. Kozlov bounces off the ropes and Henry tosses him overhead for a back body drop. Kozlov gets back to a vertical base as he holds his back. Kozlov turns around into Henry, who lifts the Moscow Mauler up and Scoop Slams him hard to the mat. Henry then lifts his arms up, motioning to the crowd as they cheer him on. Henry runs off the ropes and goes for a Big Body Splash onto Kozlov, but Kozlov moves out of the way just in time, causing the World's Strongest Man to crash into the canvas. Both men slowly get back to a vertical base. Henry runs at Kozlov, going for a clothesline, but Kozlov ducks it. Henry turns around and gets hit with a Straight Kick To The Chest by Kozlov, sending Henry stumbling backwards and bouncing off the ropes. As Henry comes back off the ropes from the attack, Kozlov grabs the World's Strongest Man and manages to lift him up and deliver the IRON CURTAIN! Kozlov goes for the cover.

1......2......3! VLADIMIR KOZLOV WINS!

Winner: Vladimir Kozlov

Tony Chimel: Here is your winner, Vladimir Kozlov!

Josh Mathews: An impressive win by the Moscow Mauler. Vladimir Kozlov moves onto Survivor Series and joins Evan Bourne and the ECW Champion Paul Burchill in the 5 Man Battle Royal for the title.

Matt Striker: Kozlov has yet to have his fair shot at the ECW Title. He's been in a Scramble Match and then wasn't chosen at Cyber Sunday... but now he's in an elimination match where the odds are the same for everyone. It's going to be tough to beat this man.

Josh Mathews: You may be right Matt. We may be looking at the new ECW Champion come Survivor Series. Well next week we're going to find out who will be the remaining two challengers in that match. Don't go anywhere. We'll be right back with more ECW.

*-----Commercial Break------*

As we come back from commercial break, we see backstage reporter Savannah.

Savannah: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guests at this time... Gregory Helms and Christian!

The crowd cheers as the camera zooms out and Christian and Helms step into the frame.

Savannah: Now guys... earlier tonight, General Manager Tommy Dreamer announced a huge 5 Man Battle Royal for the ECW Title at Survivor Series. Next week, the two of you have a chance to qualify for this match... but first, in just a few moments you'll be teaming up to take on Jack Swagger and the ECW Champion Paul Burchill. How do you feel about all of this?

Helms grabs the microphone.

Gregory Helms: You know Savannah... a few months ago, I was still sidelined with a career threatening neck injury... And now, I'm back in the ring and fighting harder than ever. Next week, I take on Jack Swagger... who just so happens to be a part of the team we face tonight.

The crowd boos Swagger's name.

Gregory Helms: It seems like Swagger is trying to make a statement lately by attacking Evan Bourne and showing more aggression.

Helms looks directly at the camera with an aggressive stare.

Gregory Helms: Well Jack, bring whatever you want to the table, because next week... it's my time to step up!

The crowd cheers as Helms pauses for a second.

Gregory Helms: And tonight, I'm going to show you why I'm going to win next week and why I deserve a shot for the ECW Title!

The crowd cheers and Christian grabs the microphone.

Christian: Paul Burchill has been running his mouth all month about how he's the best on ECW.... But I have to give him some credit as much as I hate to.

Christian pauses for a second.

Christian: Burchill's a good wrestler and deserves to be champion.... He beat me for the title and two nights ago he defeated Evan Bourne.

The crowd boos Burchill's victories.

Christian: But that's all in the past and means nothing in the future.

Christian starts getting energetic as the crowd starts to cheer.

Christian: Tonight, we're taking Burchill down a peg.... Tonight, we put Jack Swagger and Paul Burchill in their places!

Christian looks directly into the camera as the crowd cheers his comments.

Christian: And then after I defeat Ezekiel Jackson and qualify for the 5 Man Battle Royal... At Survivor Series, I will take back the ECW Championship!

The crowd cheers as Christian and Helms walk off to the ring. We then cut to ringside with Striker and Mathews.

Josh Mathews: Well both Christian and Helms seem confident about tonight and next week... but will either of these men make it to Survivor Series?

The song "Eon" by Celldweller starts playing in the background as the album cover comes up on the screen.

Matt Striker: Well speaking of Survivor Series, right now you are listening to the official theme song for the Pay Per View. It's "Eon" by Celldweller off their soon to be released album "Wish Upon A Blackstar: Chapter 02 Of 05."

Josh Mathews: And what a night Survivor Series is already turning out to be. Last night on Raw, we learned that there will be a 10 Man Tag Team Elimination Match, where Team Cena will take on Team Orton.

Matt Striker: We saw the teams form together last night. Team Orton will consist of Randy Orton, the Tag Team Champions Priceless, Matt Hardy, and the United States Champion The Big Show. While Team Cena will consist of the WWE Champion John Cena, D-Generation X, Batista, and Mr. Kennedy.

Josh Mathews: What a match that'll be. And at the beginning of our show tonight, we learned that the ECW Championship will be defended in a 5 Man Battle Royal.

Matt Striker: Paul Burchill definitely has his hands full here. We already know that Evan Bourne and Vladimir Kozlov will be two of the competitors in the match. And next week we'll find out who the last two competitors will be.

Josh Mathews: That's right. The final two Qualifying Matches will happen next week. We'll see Christian take on Ezekiel Jackson and then Gregory Helms goes one-on-one with Jack Swagger.

Matt Striker: Well that's next week... but in just a few moments we'll have our main event. It'll be the ECW Champion Paul Burchill and Jack Swagger taking on Christian and Gregory Helms when we return here on ECW.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“Get On Your Knees” by Age Against The Machine plays. The crowd boos as Jack Swagger makes his way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: The following tag team contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from Perry, Oklahoma, weighing in at 263 pounds, The All American American, Jack Swagger.

Josh Mathews: Welcome back to ECW and it's time now for our main event as the All American American makes his way to the ring... And Matt, lately Swagger has been in a bitter mood, shown many with his attacks on Evan Bourne.

Matt Striker: Swagger is just showing some aggression. He realizes that he's been on the losing end a lot lately and wants to change that. And I believe that Evan Bourne had those attacks coming after everything he's said about Swagger.

Josh Mathews: You mean pointing out the fact that Swagger has been on a losing streak every time he tries to insult Bourne? I don't think that warrants two sneak attacks.

“Generator A” plays. The crowd boos as Paul Burchill and Katie Lea make their way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: His partner, being accompanied by Katie Lea, from Chelsea, England, weighing in at 247 pounds, he is the ECW Champion, Paul Burchill.

Matt Striker: Well here comes a man who I am proud to call the ECW Champion, Paul Burchill. How can anyone say he's not fit to be a champion after his amazing title defense at Cyber Sunday?

Josh Mathews: I'll give Burchill that. He successfully defended his title... but now Burchill needs to look forward to the huge 5 Man Battle Royal at Survivor Series where his ECW Championship will be on the line.

Matt Striker: That is unfair and unjust. I don't blame our champion for being angry. Tommy Dreamer keeps throwing all of these unreasonable matches at Burchill. First not knowing his opponent at Cyber Sunday and now this.

“It's Time” plays. The crowd cheers as Gregory Helms makes his way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: Their opponents, first, from Raleigh, North Carolina, weighing in at 215 pounds, Gregory Helms.

Josh Mathews: Well like it or not, the match is happening and tonight we've already learned that Evan Bourne and Vladimir Kozlov will be in that match. And next week, this man, Gregory Helms, gets his opportunity when he takes on Jack Swagger.

Matt Striker: Helms seems very confident in himself, but it's going to take a lot more than that to beat the two time All American next week. Helms says he wants to move up the ladder... well we'll see what he's got next week.

Josh Mathews: That's going to be a very interesting match next week. Helms has been on a roll since returning from his career threatening neck injury. It may be Helms's time.

“Just Close Your Eyes” by Story Of The Year plays. The crowd cheers as Christian makes his way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: And his partner, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, weighing in at 235 pounds, Christian.

Matt Striker: Speaking of qualifying matches, this man, Captain Charisma, will be in one as well next week when he takes on the dominating superstar Ezekiel Jackson.

Josh Mathews: A complete clash in styles there... It should be an interesting match to watch. Christian said earlier that he will beat Big Zeke next week and then he'll go on and reclaim his ECW Championship at Survivor Series.

Matt Striker: Well talk is cheap and I don't think Christian should be overlooking Ezekiel Jackson... but right now, all of these men need to forget about next week and Survivor Series and concentrate on winning this match.

Paul Burchill & Jack Swagger vs. Christian & Gregory Helms

The match is an evenly contested with both teams getting a few tags in. Towards the end, Helms and Burchill are the two legal men, with the champion in control. Burchill tosses Helms into a corner and starts punching away at him. Burchill lifts Helms up and sits him on the top rope. Burchill climbs to the second rope and sets Helms up for a superplex, but Helms manages to block it. Burchill lets go and goes to punch Helms so he can perform the move, but Helms blocks the punch and punches him back a few times instead. Helms gets his foot up and manages to push Burchill off the ropes and to the mat with his boot. Helms gets setup on the top rope as Burchill get to his feet, jumps off, and nails the champion with a high Crossbody! Both men are down and the crowd is cheering for Helms to get to his corner to tag in Christian. Helms crawls with everything he has, leaps forward and tags in Christian!

The crowd goes wild as Christian comes in and punches away at Burchill, who just got back to his feet. Christian grabs Burchill and goes to toss him, but Burchill reverses and tosses Christian into a nearby corner. Burchill charges at Christian in the corner, but Christian gets in between the ropes and nails Burchill with the Pendulum Kick! Christian goes to the second rope and waits for a stunned Burchill to turn back around. Burchill turns around and Christian jumps off, nailing the champion with a diving European Uppercut! Christian starts getting pumped up, as does the crowd. Christian waits for Burchill to get to his feet, grabs him from behind and drops him with a Reverse DDT!

Christian claps, as does the cheering crowd, waiting for the fallen Burchill to get back up for the Killswitch. But before Burchill even starts moving, Swagger runs into the ring and clubs Christian in the back of the head, knocking him down. Helms then runs into the ring and dropkicks Swagger through the ropes and to the outside floor. Helms goes over to the ropes where Swagger is and launches himself over the top rope, but Swagger moves out of the way, causing Helms to crash and burn onto the floor. Swagger then quickly picks Helms up and tosses him into the nearby Steel Steps!

Back in the ring, both Christian and Burchill are getting back to their feet using the ropes to help them. Both men get back to their feet and turn towards each other. Burchill makes the first move and goes for a clothesline on Christian, but Christian ducks it and gets right behind the champion. Christian grabs Buchill's arms and turns him over, setting up for the Killswitch, but before he can execute it, Katie Lea gets up on the apron next to him. Katie Lea starts yelling at Christian, which distracts Christian enough for Swagger to get up on the other side of the apron, reach over the ropes to grab Christian, and deliver a Jawbreaker on the ropes to Captain Charisma! Christian stumbles backwards and all of a sudden gets hit with the TWISTED SISTER by Burchill! Burchill pulls Christian away from the ropes and covers him.

1......2......3! BURCHILL AND SWAGGER WIN!

Winners: Paul Burchill and Jack Swagger

Tony Chimel: Here are your winners, Jack Swagger and Paul Burchill!

Josh Mathews: Well thanks to a distraction from his sister and a little help from his partner Jack Swagger, Paul Burchill manages to walk away with a win when it looked as though he was set for defeat.

Matt Striker: What?! How dare you say that Josh. First off, how dare you undermine our ECW Champion like that. And secondly, that was great team work right there. Jack Swagger and Paul Burchill simply worked better as a team tonight.

Josh Mathews: Like it or not, I guess you can't argue with the results. But now, Paul Burchill needs to get focused on his huge ECW Championship title defense at Survivor Series in the 5 Man Battle Royal. Evan Bourne and Vladimir Kozlov are already in the match. Who else will join them? We'll find out next week. Thank you for joining us here on ECW! Goodnight!

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WWE Superstars
October 29, 2009

WWE Signature Video is shown.

WWE Superstars Opening Video is shown as “Invincible” by Adelitas Way plays.

The crowd goes wild.


Todd Grisham: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to WWE Superstars! I'm Todd Grisham and with me as always is Hall Of Famer Jim Ross. We're just four days removed from Cyber Sunday... and JR, what a night we have in stored for everyone.

Jim Ross: You're right about that Todd. Tonight's main event comes to us from Monday Night Raw. We're going to see Carlito go one-on-one against one half of the Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes. We've seen these two in tag team action in the past, but now they'll go at it without their partners by their sides.

Todd Grisham: And speaking of tag teams, we're going to kick things off here tonight with some tag team action.

“Gonna Punch Someone Tonight” by David Church plays. The crowd cheers as Jimmy Wang Yang and Jesse make their way to the ring.

Justin Roberts: The following tag team contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, at a combined weight of 416 pounds, Jesse and Jimmy Wang Yang.

Jim Ross: And here comes the Redneck tag team of Jimmy Wang Yang and Jesse. These two have really grown as a tag team since joining forces a few months ago, but they have yet to have a defining moment.

Todd Grisham: Well two weeks ago on Smackdown, these two took on Cryme Tyme in a Cyber Sunday Qualifying Match, but ended up losing. This could be their chance to make up for that lost opportunity.

Jim Ross: Yang and Jesse need that one big win as a tag team, and tonight could be it. A win here could move them in the direction towards a Tag Team Title shot.

“Bringin' Da Hood T U” plays. The crowd cheers as Cryme Tyme make their way to the ring.

Justin Roberts: And their opponents, at a combined weight of 530 pounds, Shad and JTG, Cryme Tyme.

Todd Grisham: Here's a tag team that got their chance at the Tag Team Titles this past Sunday at Cyber Sunday, but unfortunately came up short in the triple threat tag team match.

Jim Ross: Well Cryme Tyme was voted into the match this Sunday by you the fans and had an impressive showing. Unfortunately they did not win and weren't even involved in the decision.

Todd Grisham: That's true. And as bad as that may feel for Cryme Tyme, it has to be motivation for these two to get another shot at Priceless for the Tag Team Titles. What will happen in this rematch from two weeks ago?

Jimmy Wang Yang & Jesse vs. Cryme Tyme

The match is a back-and-forth action match with a few tags between both teams. Towards the end, Yang and Shad are the two legal men, with Yang in control. Yang jumps up and kicks Shad in the back of the head, which makes the big man stumble. Yang runs off the ropes at Shad, but Shad catches Yang and delivers a massive sidewalk slam to him. Both men are down and crawl to their respective corners. Both men reach out and tag in their partners. JTG and Jesse both run into the ring at each other.

Jesse goes for a clothesline, but JTG ducks it and runs off the ropes. JTG comes back off the ropes and hits Jesse with a flipping shoulder block. JTG waits for Jesse to get back up as the crowd cheers him on. JTG runs at Jesse from behind and hits him with a leapfrog leg drop bulldog. JTG lifts Jesse back up and tosses him into a corner. JTG runs at the corner, jumps up on the second rope, grabs Jesse's head and drives it into the mat for the Mug Shot. JTG goes for the cover.

1......2......Yang gets in and breaks up the pin just in time.

Shad then comes in the ring, but gets hit quickly with a spinning back kick by Yang, causing Shad to stumble backwards. Yang springboards off the ropes at Shad for a crossbody, but Shad counters with a Big Boot to Yang's chest, taking him down in Mid-Air! The impact causes Yang to roll to the outside and Shad goes out there to make sure he stays there. Meanwhile, Jesse is slowly getting up as JTG stalks him. Jesse gets to a vertical base and turns around towards JTG. JTG runs at Jesse and nails him with the SHOUT OUT! JTG goes for the cover.

1......2......3! CRYME TYME WINS!

Winners: Cryme Tyme

Justin Roberts: Here are your winners, Shad and JTG, Cryme Tyme!

The crowd cheers as Cryme Tyme raise their arms in victory. But just then, THE HART DYNASTY comes out from the back and attacks Cryme Tyme from behind. Kidd and Smith stomp on JTG and Shad as the arena fills with boos. Kidd then goes out to the apron as Smith picks Shad up to his feet. Smith lifts Shad up and Kidd springboards in delivering the HART ATTACK! Smith then grabs Kidd, lifts him up, and delivers a RUNNING POWERSLAM to him! Kidd then grabs JTG's legs and looks out to the booing crowd. Kidd locks in the SHARPSHOOTER on JTG! JTG taps but Kidd keeps it locked in as Smith gets in his face and yells at him. Kidd finally lets go. The Hart Dynasty look down at a fallen Cryme Tyme proudly as the crowd chants "You Suck!" at them.

Todd Grisham: Just when we thought Cryme Tyme could top the contender's list, The Hart Dynasty comes out here and makes a huge impact.

Jim Ross: I'm very surprised to see The Hart Dynasty out here, but it was very smart of them to make a name for themselves. Tyson Kidd and David Hart Smith know that they need to make an impact not just on ECW but in the entire WWE.

Todd Grisham: That had to be the intension going into this attack. They want those Tag Team Titles. But I can assure you they won't get away with that attack so easily. And speaking of the Tag Team Titles, one half of the champions Cody Rhodes will go one-on-one with Carlito in our main event here tonight.

*-----Commercial Break------*

As we come back from commercial break, “Lambeg” is playing. The crowd cheers as Finlay is in the ring.

Tony Chimel: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, weighing in at 233 pounds, Finlay.

Josh Mathews: Welcome back to WWE Superstars and it's time now for the ECW portion of the show as you see the brute Irishman Finlay standing in the ring.

Matt Striker: Well last week, Finlay lost to Gregory Helms on ECW, and you know that didn't sit well with the man who loves to fight. Let's see how he reacts in this match.

“Domination” plays. The crowd has a mixed reaction as Ezekiel Jackson and Tony Atlas make their way to the ring.

Tony Chimel: And his opponent, being accompanied by Tony Atlas, from Harlem, New York, weighing in at 305 pounds, Ezekiel Jackson.

Josh Mathews: It looks like Finlay may have his hands full because he's facing the ever-dominant Ezekiel Jackson. And as you can see, Tony Atlas, who has been training Jackson, accompanies him to the ring.

Matt Striker: Tony Atlas and Mark Henry have taken this freak of a man and somehow made him even better. The World's Strongest Alliance is not just a team but a learning experience for Big Zeke.

Josh Mathews: Being trained by a Hall Of Famer and former ECW Champion is definitely a combination you want. And next week, Jackson gets to put all of that training to the test when he faces Christian in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match.

Ezekiel Jackson vs. Finlay

The match is mostly dominated by Jackson, with Finlay getting some offense in at points. Towards the end, Jackson is in control. Jackson lifts Finlay up and clubs him hard in the back. Jackson tosses Finlay off the ropes and as he comes back, delivers a Sidewalk Slam Backbreaker. Big Zeke goes for the cover.

1......2......Finlay kicks out!

Jackson gets back to his feet and then lifts Finlay back up. Big Zeke then lifts Finlay onto his shoulder and looks to be going for a front powerslam, but Finlay manages to fight his way out of it and slides off the back of Jackson's shoulder. Finlay then bends down and chop blocks Jackson's left leg, causing the big man to go off balanced. Finlay capitalizes with a running front dropkick to the chest of Jackson, kocking him to the mat. Finlay runs off the ropes and hits Big Zeke with a Sitout Senton Drop onto his chest. Finlay goes for the cover.

1......2......Jackson powers out!

Finlay gets back to his feet and waits for Jackson to get back up. Finlay tries to lift Big Zeke onto his shoulders, but Jackson is too big for him. Finlay gives up on that and starts delivering forearm shots and punches to Zeke's face. Finlay delivers a massive European uppercut to Jackson and then tosses him into a corner. Finlay runs at Zeke in the corner and goes for a running shoulder thrust, but Jackson moves out of the way just in time, causing Finlay to go shoulder first into the ring post. Finlay backs out of the corner holding his shoulder in pain. Zeke then nails Finlay with a colossal clothesline to the back of the head! Jackson then lifts Finlay up, sets up, and delivers the BOOK OF EZEKIEL! Zeke goes for the cover.

1......2......3! JACKSON WINS!

Winner: Ezekiel Jackson

Tony Chimel: Here is your winner, Ezekiel Jackson!

Josh Mathews: What a win for Ezekiel Jackson, beating a tough veteran in Finlay. And Tony Atlas looks very proud of his student.

Matt Striker: As he should be. Big Zeke dominated that match. He let Finlay get barely any offense. When was the last time you could say that?

Josh Mathews: Very true Matt. And next week Jackson has a huge opportunity when he faces Christian in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match. Could this be a preview of what will happen to Christian?

*-----Commercial Break------*

As we come back from commercial break, we see backstage reporter Eve.

Eve: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guests at this time... they are the Tag Team Champions... Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Priceless!

The crowd boos as Priceless steps into the frame.

Eve: This past Sunday at Cyber Sunday, we saw the two of you defend your Tag Team Titles against not one... but two teams in DX and Cryme Tyme. But despite that, you still have all of these teams on Raw, ECW, and Smackdown gunning for a shot at those titles. What are your thoughts on this and who your next opponents could possibly be?

DiBiase grabs the microphone.

Ted DiBiase: First off Eve, you're right. Priceless has had an amazing week... As you mentioned, at Cyber Sunday... against all the odds, we defeated D-Generation X and Cryme Tyme and walked out still Tag Team Champions!

The arena fills with boos.

Ted DiBiase: And then the next night on Raw, we had the honor and privilege of joining our mentor and leader Randy Orton on his Survivor Series team.

The crowd boos and starts up a small "You Suck" chant.

Ted DiBiase: Whether people like to admit it or not... we have proven time and time again that we are the greatest tag team in the WWE today! And there isn't a team in the entire WWE that can take these titles away from us.

DiBiase and Rhodes hold up their titles at the camera. Rhodes then grabs the microphone from DiBiase.

Cody Rhodes: Just look at the teams we've defeated so far... Cryme Tyme... DX... The Colons.... The list continues and will only grow as time goes on.

The crowd boos.

Cody Rhodes: And speaking of The Colons... tonight I'm in a match-up against Carlito.

The crowd cheers for Carlito.

Cody Rhodes: Now I know Carlito is an established singles wrestler and has won a few titles in his career... People think that gives him the edge in this match.

Rhodes pauses for a moment and then looks right at the camera.

Cody Rhodes: Well they're wrong! Just like Ted proved on Raw against Kofi Kingston and just like I'm going to show you tonight against Carlito... Priceless is just as good individually as we are together... which makes us more dangerous than anyone could even imagine!

The crowd heavily boos.

Cody Rhodes: In short Eve... WE'RE UNSTOPPABLE!

Rhodes and DiBiase walk away to make their way to the ring.

*-----Commercial Break------*

“It’s A New Day” by Adelitas Way plays. The crowd boos as Cody Rhodes makes his way to the ring.

Lilian Garcia: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, being accompanied by Ted DiBiase, from Charlotte, North Carolina, weighing in at 219 pounds, one half of the Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes.

Michael Cole: Welcome back to WWE Superstars and it's now time for our main event. And here are the very confident Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Priceless.

Jerry Lawler: Well they should be confident. You heard Cody before the commercial break. It's been a great week for them. First they retain their Tag Team Titles in the triple threat tag team match at Cyber Sunday and then they are chosen for Team Orton on Raw.

Michael Cole: Not to mention that Ted DiBiase picked up a victory over Kofi Kingston on Raw. Can Rhodes make this a perfect week for Priceless?

“Cool” plays. The crowd cheers as Carlito makes his way to the ring.

Lilian Garcia: And his opponent, being accompanied by Primo, from The Caribbean, weighing in at 220 pounds, Carlito.

Jerry Lawler: And here come the very exciting and determined Colon brothers, Primo and Carlito. They were very disappointed this past Sunday when they weren't picked to be in the Tag Team Title Match.

Michael Cole: Well it was very close between them and Cryme Tyme, but that's how Cyber Sunday works. But right here, Carlito can get some momentum moving for the Colons, possibly towards a future title match.

Jerry Lawler: Rhodes better not take Carlito too lightly. He is a former Intercontinental and United States Champion. Carlito is just as good as a singles competitor as he is as a tag team competitor.

Cody Rhodes vs. Carlito

The match is an evenly contested match. Towards the end, Rhodes is in control of the match. Rhodes grabs Carlito from behind and snaps off a Russian leg sweep. Rhodes sizes up Carlito, walks towards him, and delivers a knee drop to Carlito's face. Rhodes then lifts Carlito up to his feet as he smirks out at the audience who is booing him. Rhodes lifts Carlito up over his head and slams him to the mat with the Alabama Slam! Rhodes goes for the cover.

1......2......Carlito kicks out!

Rhodes argues with the referee saying that was a three count, but the referee assures Rhodes it was only two. Rhodes, frustrated, drags Carlito's body by a corner and hen starts to climb up it. Rhodes looks back at Carlito and then goes for a Moonsault, but Carlito moves out of the way just in time, causing Rhodes to crash onto the mat. Both men are hurt and slowly try to get to their feet. They finally get to their feet and meet in the center of the ring. They start exchanging blows to one another, until Carlito gets the better of the exchange. Carlito goes to irish whip Rhodes, but Rhodes reverses it and tosses Carlito off the ropes. Carlito then springboards off the ropes and connects with a back elbow strike to Rhodes. Carlito waits for Rhodes to get back to his feet and then dropkicks him down again. Rhodes gets back to his feet and runs at Carlito, but Carlito ducks and delivers a back body drop to Rhodes. Rhodes slowly gets back to his feet holding his back as Carlito sets up by the ropes. As Rhodes gets to his feet, Carlito springboards off the ropes and hits Rhodes with a Moonsault Press! Carlito goes for the cover.

1......2......Rhodes kicks out!

Carlito doesn't waste time arguing and gets back to his feet. He picks Rhodes up and snaps off a DDT. Carlito then waits and stalks Rhodes from behind, most likely looking to go for the Backstabber as the crowd cheers him on. But before Rhodes even gets up, DiBiase gets on the apron behind Carlito and starts yelling at him. Carlito turns around and walks over to DiBiase to knock him off, but Primo comes over on the outside and pulls DiBiase off the apron. Carlito watches by the ropes as the two fight on the outside. But as this goes on, Rhodes gets up, runs over to the corner right near Carlito, steps off the second turnbuckle with one foot and KICKS CARLITO RIGHT IN THE HEAD with the other, just as Carlito notices that Rhodes is there! Carlito stumbles backwards and goes down to a knee. Rhodes quickly grabs Carlito from behind, sets him up, and hits CROSS RHODES! Rhodes goes for the cover.

1......2......3! CODY RHODES WINS!

Winner: Cody Rhodes

Lilian Garcia: Here is your winner, Cody Rhodes!

Michael Cole: And for the third time this week, Priceless is victorious. A clean sweep for Rhodes and DiBiase.

Jerry Lawler: Carlito put up one hell of a fight, but in the end, Cody Rhodes showed why he's on Team Orton and a champion. Mark my words, Priceless is becoming a very dangerous force in the WWE.

Michael Cole: And with Orton as they're leader in Legacy, they're almost unstoppable. Will they be the key link at Survivor Series for Team Orton? Thank you for joining us for WWE Superstars. Goodnight everyone!

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Survivor Series
November 22, 2009
Verizon Center - Washington D.C.
Official Theme Song: Celldweller – “Eon”


Match Card:

10 Man Elimination Tag Team Match
Team Cena: John Cena, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Batista, & Mr. Kennedy
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Team Orton: Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, Matt Hardy, & Big Show


ECW Championship
5 Man Battle Royal
Paul Burchill vs. Evan Bourne vs. Vladimir Kozlov vs. ??? vs. ???
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This past Sunday at Cyber Sunday, the World Heavyweight Championship was defended when Edge took on his partner Chris Jericho. But problems arose when Jeff Hardy was voted in to be the Special Guest Referee of the match. The Revolution leaders soon attacked Hardy after they claimed he ruined their match. From their... all hell broke loose. Chaos ensued as CM Punk, Rey Mysterio, John Morrison, Shelton Benjamin, and other Revolution members made their way out and got involved in this battle. In the end, The Revolution was bested and the match was officially ended when Hardy counted the three after Edge coincidentally landed on Jericho after a GTS. But then the shocker of the night happened. CM Punk handed Special Guest Referee Jeff Hardy his Money In The Bank briefcase and officially cashed it in. After yet another GTS to Edge, Punk won the title for the second time in his career. What will the celebration be like for the new World Heavyweight Champion on Smackdown?

That wasn't the only chaotic event that Sunday. The former Brothers Of Destruction looked to settle their rivalry at Cyber Sunday, and the fans voted for a Stretcher Match. The two monsters fought each other to no end, trying to physically destroy one another. After a long brutal fight, The Undertaker managed to come out victorious against his brother Kane in this career shortening match. With both men beaten and giving everything they had, we wonder if we'll even see these two this Friday On Smackdown.

At Cyber Sunday, the Intercontinental Title was on the line when the champion Shelton Benjamin faced John Morrison in a match the fans voted in... a Ladder Match. With these two in a match like that, you expect lots of high flying and death-defying action... and they did not disappoint. After fighting in a great match, Morrison ends it by kicking Shelton off the top of the ladder and grabbing the title to once again become Intercontinental Champion. But things didn't end there. After the match, Revolution member Dolph Ziggler joined Benjamin in the ring. Just when it seemed Ziggler was going to get off Shelton's back about his loss, Ziggler follows his orders from his leaders and attacks Shelton from behind with a Zig Zag, kicking Shelton out of The Revolution.

After losing three matches, two titles, and one member, it looks like The Revolution is falling and losing the power it once had. And on top of that, having their so-called "Greatest Match Ever" ruined with chaos, Revolution leaders Edge and Chris Jericho cannot be in a good mood. What will happen to The Revolution? What will Edge and Jericho have to say about Cyber Sunday?

Tune into Friday Night Smackdown on My Network TV for the answers to all of this and more!

Announced Matches:
Dolph Ziggler & Umaga vs. John Morrison & Shelton Benjamin
Charlie Haas vs. Curt Hawkins
Melina vs. Layla
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Opening with a promo from the brand's champion is always a smart decision after a PPV, it allows the show to focus on the person who holds the belt, which is what it should do so that was a good move. Paul Burchill is always a good promo cutter and I think you did him justice, though his character seems a little stale. Perhaps consider moving away from just the 'evil englishman' role and give him a little added depth? Nevertheless, a good promo for getting people up to speed and establishing Burchill as a top guy on the brand.

I like the sound of a 5-man Battle Royal, as there's many competitors on ECW and only one belt, so it's good to get them all on PPV and give them some exposure. Tommy Dreamer is working out well as ECW general manager, but I seriously think you should have Tiffany do something more than stand next to Tommy all the time and nod her head (not that you said she actually did that, I mean it metaphorically.) If you're going to keep her (and I sincerely hope you do, I'm a big fan of hers), you should give her some direction.

Bourne/Ryder seems good, but it was obvious from the beginning who was going to win. Ryder shouldn't have had to job in this position, and I'd much rather have seen Mark Henry in that position. I'm aware he's doing something with Zeke at the moment and shouldn't be jobbing really, but he's not as talented as Ryder and it would've been much more impressive for Bourne, given that he just had a title shot last night.

This backstage segment next up was very well done, I really liked it alot. Having the Burchills appear all over the show is a great move as it makes it seem like it's their show. I thought you were leading to a Dreamer/Tiffany vs. Katie Lea/Paul match but I'm glad you weren't, as that would've been a tad obvious. Although if you're considering that it could work, I just say give it some build first, work the "Dreamer hates Burchill" story a little. But yeah, great segment.

Mark Henry vs. Vladimir Koslov? Sorry, I skipped it. Vladdy ain't winning the title next month. Henry's involved with Zeke. It seemed like a bit of a nothing match so I didn't really want to read it.

I'm assuming Swagger is qualifying for the title tournament, and if so he could definitely be a contender. I think you said he was facing Helms next week, and that's a good match to write, they both perform very well and I expect it to be great. More references to Burchills keep them current, and this kept Christian seeming relevant despite now being slightly removed from the title picture. More good stuff.

The main event was fairly good, the writing was solid and the moves were called well and it all seemed very realistic. Katie Lea is a fantastic manager and I'm really glad you're using her as much as you are. She's great for getting involved in matches and being an "active" manager and that's exactly what you did, so for that, kudos!

Overall, a good show. There's a few uninteresting characters that need to be developed (Burchill as champion needs more depth, maybe give Evan Bourne a mouthpiece if he's going to be flirting with the main event) and the lack of in-ring promos was saddening, but the matches were solid, the backstage segments read well, and overall I'm looking forward to keeping up with this next week!
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