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WWE 2010 - Making The Best of a Bad Situation

WWE 2010 - Making The Best of a Bad Situation


WrestleMania XXIV
Career vs. Streak | The Undertaker def. Shawn Michaels
WWE Championship | John Cena def. Batista
Divas Match | Michelle McCool, Layla, Maryse, Alicia Fox & Vickie Guerrero def. Beth Phoenix, Gail Kim, Eve Torres, Kelly Kelly & Mickie James
World Heavyweight Championship | Chris Jericho def. Edge
No Holds Barred | Bret Hart def. Mr. McMahon
Grudge Match | Rey Mysterio def. CM Punk
Grudge Match | Triple H def. Sheamus
Money in the Bank | Jack Swagger def. 9 other Superstars
Triple Threat | Randy Orton def. Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase
Unified Tag Team Championship | ShoMiz def. R-Truth & John Morrison


Monday Night RAW

WWE Chairman | Mr. McMahon
Play by Play | Michael Cole
Colour | Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler
Ring Announcer | Justin Roberts
Interviewer | Josh Matthews

WWE Champion | John Cena
United States Champion | The Miz
Unified Tag Team Champion | ShoMiz
Divas Champion | Maryse
Mr. Money in the Bank | Jack Swagger

The Animal Batista
The World’s Largest Athlete Big Show
American Dragon Bryan Danielson
Da Bad Apple Carlito
The Mexican Warrior Chavo Guerrero
The Masterpiece Chris Masters
Captain Charisma Christian
Cody Rhodes – Injured
Evan Air Bourne
The One-Man Rock Band Heath Slater
The All-American American Jack Swagger
The Champ John Cena
Kofi Kingston
The World’s Strongest Man Mark Henry
Michael Tarver
The Franchise Playa MVP
The Viper Randy Orton
The Italian Stallion Santino Marella
The Celtic Warrior Sheamus
The Cornfed Meathead Skip Sheffield
The Fortunate One Ted DiBiase
The Miz
The Game Triple H
The Moscow Mauler Vladimir Kozlov
William Regal
Yoshi Tatsu
Zack Ryder

Alicia Fox
Brie Bella
Eve Torres
Jillian Hall
Katie Lea
Kelly Kelly
The Sexiest of Sexy Maryse
The Paparazzi Diva Melina
Nikki Bella
Rosa Mendes

Tag Teams/Factions
ShoMiz (Big Show and The Miz)
Mark Henry & MVP
The Bella Twins (Brie & Nikki Bella)


WWE Friday Night Smackdown

WWE Chairman | Mr. McMahon
General Manager | Theodore Long
Executive Consultant | Vickie Guerrero
Play by Play | Todd Grisham
Colour | Matt Striker
Ring Announcer | Tony Chimel
Interviewer | Savannah

World Heavyweight Champion | Chris Jericho
Intercontinental Champion | Drew McIntyre
Women’s Champion | Michelle McCool

Caylen Croft
The Best in the World Chris Jericho
The Straight-Edge Saviour CM Punk
Darren Young
The Canadian Bulldog David Hart Smith
The A-Lister David Otunga
Dolph Ziggler
The Chosen One Drew McIntyre
The Rated R Superstar Edge
Ezekiel Jackson
The Fighting Irishman Finlay
The Bizarre One Goldust
Jimmy Wang Yang
Justin Gabriel
The Friday Night Delight John Morrison
The Big Red Machine Kane
The First Detoxified Disciple Luke Gallows
Matt Hardy
Mike Knox
The Truth R-Truth
Ranjin Singh
The Master of the 619 Rey Mysterio
Shad Gaspard
The Gold Standard Shelton Benjamin
Trent Barreta
The Punjabi Playboy The Great Khali
Tyson Kidd
The Phenom The Undertaker
Wade Barrett

The Glamazon Beth Phoenix
Michelle McCool
Mickie James

Tag Teams/Factions
Cryme Tyme (JTG & Shad Gaspard)
The Straight Edge Society (CM Punk, Luke Gallows & Serena)
The Dudebusters (Caylen Croft & Trent Barreta)
The Hart Dynasty (David Hart Smith, Tyson Kidd & Natalya)
Team LayCool (Michelle McCool, Layla & Vickie Guerrero)


Florida Championship Wrestling
AJ Lee
Alberto Banderas
Alex Riley
Big E. Langston
Bo Rotundo
Brett DiBiase
Cable Jones
Conrad Tanner
Curt Hawkins
Derrick Bateman
Donny Marlow
Drake Brewer
Duke Rotundo
Eli Cottonwood
Jackson Andrews
Jacob Novak
Jimmy Uso
Joe Hennig
Johnny Curtis
Johnny Prime
Jules Uso
Mason Ryan
Naomi Night
Percy Watson
Richie Steamboat
Rudy Parker
Sarona Snuka
Tito Nieves
Titus O’Neill
Tyler Reks
Vance Archer
Wes Brisco


Upcoming PPV Schedule
WWE Backlash | 25 April 10 | Baltimore, Maryland
WWE Judgment Day | 23 May 10 | Detroit, Michigan
WWE Extreme Rules | 20 June 10 | Uniondale, New York
WWE The Great American Bash | 18 July 10 | Kansas City, Missouri
WWE Summerslam | 15 August 10 | Los Angeles, California
WWE Night of Champions | 19 September 10 | Rosemont, Illinois
WWE No Mercy | 3 October 10 | Dallas, Texas
WWE Survivor Series | 7 November 10 | Miami, Florida
WWE Armageddon | 19 December 10 | Houston, Texas

Special TV Show Events
WWE Monday Night RAW | 3 Hour Draft Show | 26 April 10
WWE Monday Night RAW | 900th Anniversary Show | 30 August 10

WWE Saturday Night Main Event | RAW & Smackdown Featured | 14 August 10
WWE Tribute to the Troops | RAW & Smackdown Featured | 17 December 10


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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 09:36 PM
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Looks good. Can't wait to see what you do here. A comment in my BTB would be great.

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Nice that your going with the old ppv's thank god no fatal four way, good luck with this hope u stick with it
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Best of luck, I'll be reading.

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I like the looks of this, good luck you gotta reader!
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Looks pretty good JDawg, nicely presented which is always a solid start and I hope you can do something with a WWE 2010 project. Best of luck!
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This looks good JDawg. Can't wait to see who your partner is since you won't tell me Good luck and I'll be reading bro!

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We have received further details on Shawn Michaels’ retirement from the WWE following last night’s loss to The Undertaker at WrestleMania. Word going around backstage at the moment indicates that the WWE creative team plan to hold a ‘Farewell Address’, as announced ten minutes ago on their website. Our source close to the situation confirms that WWE have brought in Michaels’ family as well as long-time friend and former tag team partner Marty Jannetty among a few others unconfirmed at this time so expect to see a nice sendoff for ‘The Heartbreak Kid’.

Also earlier today on WWE.com, WWE announced that NXT has unexpectedly been withdrawn from the Syfy network, including everything from previous episodes on the channels website to future airings.[/B] A WWE spokesperson released the following announcement to the media, “As of today the WWE and the Syfy network have discontinued all forms of working relations, which at this time are being dealt with privately. With this news, we can confirm that the first season of NXT has abruptly finished, in which the performers for the program will be placed elsewhere. At this moment, NXT is officially on a hiatus and we hope to discuss further information at a later time…”

With the above news-column WWE.com posted an article revealing which brand(s) the NXT Rookies were heading to, with the following going to Raw: Daniel Bryan, Heath Slater, Michael Tarver and Skip Sheffield, while the following went to SmackDown: Darren Young, David Otunga, Justin Gabriel, and Wade Barrett.

Also in a bit of changing events within the WWE we can confirm that WWE have once again switched the PPV chronology, as well as some of the newer names that have been placed. WWE.com lists the following on their website as the current WWE pay-per-view event schedule:

Backlash | 4.25.10 | 1st Mariner Arena | Baltimore, Maryland
Judgment Day | 5.23.10 | Joe Louis Arena | Detroit, Michigan
Extreme Rules | 6.20.10 | Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum | Uniondale, New York
The Great American Bash | 7.18.10 | Sprint Center | Kansas City, Missouri
SummerSlam | 8.15.10 | Staples Center | Los Angeles, California
Night of Champions | 9.19.09 | Allstate Arena | Rosemont, Illinois
No Mercy | 10.3.10 | American Airlines Center | Dallas, Texas
Survivor Series | 11.07.10 | American Airlines Arena | Miami, Florida
Armageddon | 12.19.10 | Toyota Center | Houston, Texas

We can confirm that new WWE Champion John Cena will start tonight’s broadcast to address the WWE Universe as WWE.com confirmed in their Raw preview. Many of our reliable sources are saying that WWE are feeling as if Triple H or Sheamus will be next in line for a title shot, with both men reportedly planned to be involved with Cena sometime tonight. Word is going around that Batista is planning on taking time off soon so we’ll find out who Cena is facing next tonight. Also, we can confirm that WWE have made a final decision to place the Shawn Michaels Farewell Address at the end of the show, confirmed by a USA Network representative. Also sent in by a source, it appears as if Goldberg is in Phoenix today. Nothing has been confirmed yet if Goldberg is appearing on Raw tonight but we’ll keep you posted.

In more Post-WrestleMania news we can now confirm that The Undertaker is definitely taking a hiatus from the WWE in the near future. A source close to the situation has confirmed that The Undertaker has told friends within the company that he will “be gone in a few weeks”. Also on the yearly post-WrestleMania hiatus list, it appears as if Batista, as stated earlier, Big Show, and Cody Rhodes will be taking breaks in the near future. Cody Rhodes and Big Show seem to be pretty banged up following WrestleMania, with a close connection to Big Show telling us, “His knees are causing him trouble again”. With this news, take it as you will, it may be nearing the end of the brief team between The Miz and Big Show, but nothing has been confirmed. More info as it comes to us.

Speculation is ensuing throughout the WWE locker room as well as through the creative team and the IWC in the past twelve hours. Many close to the WWE and its creative team are saying that there are a few ideas in store to “push and elevate some talent”. A few in particular that seem to be in the minds of those within the WWE include Daniel Bryan, Heath Slater, Jack Swagger and Ted DiBiase on the Raw side of things. Many within the company have shown an interest in both Slater and Bryan, which many close to the situation are saying that WWE creative have been “brainstorming ideas for them nonstop”. Sources are saying that it’s very likely the two will be pushed in some form. Also, many are saying that Randy Orton and various other WWE talent and agents were impressed by DiBiase’s showing last night at WrestleMania, many saying “it’s time for him to make a move up in the ranks”. A source within the WWE has exclusively reported to us to except some interesting outcomes with the way DiBiase is pushed in the coming weeks. And another name making the rounds within the locker room is Jack Swagger, who won the Money in the Bank match last night at WrestleMania. Many within the company feel that Swagger is the “next breakout star”, with many saying he could be “today’s Kurt Angle”. More info coming soon.

Also in Post-Mania news, we’ve been informed that various WWE agents, producers, and talent scouts spent the WrestleMania Weekend with various talent from FCW, the developmental league of the WWE. With the typical Post-Mania injuries and hiatuses, many within the company feel that the need for new talent and elevating the ones already on the roster is in dire need of being effected. Many talent that the WWE are interested in bringing up to the main roster include Alex Riley, Brett DiBiase, Curt Hawkins, Joe Hennig, and Kaval. Many within the company are expecting some of the main interest talent to make it up to the main roster in the next coming weeks, even the thought of bringing in Bo and Duke Rotundo to elevate the tag team scene, with many in creative even thinking of teaming Hennig and DiBiase together, as they were down in FCW a few months back, as well as a possible reunion of Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder, but ideas within the WWE change at a moments notice, so we’re unsure what their final decisions will be at this time, but stay tuned.

Just a Post-WrestleMania newswire on the RAW sides of things. RAW should be finished & posted in the next few days, and my partner will be following up with Smackdown. Thanks for the feedback thus far.
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Seems interesting. I like the starting point. Giving all of Nexus jobs and putting them on different shows should be cool to read. I like the banners and presentation. As for the "Newswire" some nice news including maybe Alex Riley coming... hopefully you can make this one last... ill be reading, good luck
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Just wondering but is the bad situation title due to the post-mania injuries or is it your view about the product/roster/something at this point in time?
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