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Monday Night Raw Preview
Monday 3rd November 2008
1st Mariner Arena
Baltimore, Maryland





We’re less than a week away from the 22nd Annual Survivor Series and we’re all set for what should be an explosive edition of Raw tonight live from the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore.

This Sunday will see three former Evolution team-mates, Batista, Triple H & Randy Orton battle it out for The Animal’s WWE Championship, and last week we saw that for those who were starting to believe Batista could trust The Viper, well he struck like only a viper can. Orton let everyone know that the only thing on his mind was getting to the Survivor Series and becoming the WWE Champion once again, and then he left The Animal in no uncertain terms that he can’t be trusted or underestimated.

With both men joined in the ring by Triple H, Batista went after revenge for the week before and took the fight to The Game, but after flooring Triple H, he fell victim to an RKO right out of nowhere. It should be a reminder to the WWE Champion that he can’t take his eyes off Orton for a second, and if he does this Sunday the odds are he’ll lose the title all three men are desperately fighting for. Based on the actions of last week, Batista is sure to be looking for revenge again tonight when he arrives in Baltimore, but could it lead to more trouble for The Animal? Tune in to find out as all hell could break loose.

All hell did indeed break loose last week when The Big Show went after some revenge of his own against The Corporation, leaving a very dark cloud over his scheduled Hell in a Cell Loser Leaves Town match with John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield’ at the Survivor Series. The carnage almost didn’t end there, as after chokeslamming J.B.L. on to the steel steps, it looked as if Mr. McMahon was going to be slammed off the stage by The World’s Largest Athlete.

Mr. McMahon begged for his life and Big Show took pity on him, choosing not to go through it despite the desperate pleas from the crowd. However it didn’t take long for us to find out afterwards that J.B.L. had been injured after the chokeslam on the steel, and the word is it is unlikely he will be able to compete inside Hell in a Cell at Survivor Series. Earlier on today we were advised that Mr. McMahon will be on Raw tonight and he will be giving us a ‘serious’ update on his son’s condition. Will he in fact be able to step inside Satan’s Structure with their careers hanging in the balance, and is this just another ruse to try & fool The Big Show?

The rivalry between the Raw & Smackdown superstars is seriously threatening to boil over, and last Friday night Team Raw defied Smackdown General Manager, Tazz’s instructions to stay away. Cody Rhodes & Joe Hennig were sent packing by Tazz but just seconds after Santino Marella won the last spot on Team Smackdown, Raw’s captain, Sheamus stormed the ring through the crowd and took the former Raw star’s head off with the deadly Brogue Kick.

The Intercontinental Champion was then chased back through the crowd by M.V.P. & Ron Killings, two men who once again showed up on Raw last Monday night, going after some retaliation against Rhodes & Hennig. You have to assume Team Smackdown will be looking to get back at Sheamus and the rest of Team Raw later on as the Battle of the Brands approaches. Make sure you check in on Raw tonight to see if we’ll see the stars of Friday night a few days early!

The Battle of the Brands isn’t the only traditional elimination match that will take place featuring both Raw & Smackdown superstars at Survivor Series as Raw’s very own Mr. Hollywood, The Miz will be leading his ‘awesome’ team in to battle against Team H.B.K. Over the past couple of weeks, The Heartbreak Kid has seen his team gain some serious momentum at the expense of Team Miz, and last Friday night was no different when Bryan Danielson made an impressive and more importantly a successful start to his WWE career by beating Jack Swagger. The frustration may well be getting to The Miz, and if he wants to lead his team his victory he has to turn that momentum around and very, very soon. Will he and the rest of Team Miz be able to do that tonight? Only time will tell.

This Sunday we’ll finally crown new World Tag Team Champions when three teams will collide in a triple threat match, the final of the tournament in which Christopher Daniels & Kaval continue to claim they should’ve won. Their frustration at having to face both the teams of Matt Hardy & Gregory Helms and Rey Mysterio & Mystico still grates them, and last week Daniels had the opportunity to let off some steam against Helms.

As he hopes & plans to this weekend, he came out on top with Mysterio & Mystico watching closely at ringside. We’ve learned earlier today that Eric Bischoff has made a triple threat match for tonight’s show which will feature one member of each team. It will see Matt Hardy take on Kaval and Mysterio’s rookie, team-mate and fellow Mexican, Mystico. Who will gain a significant boost going in to Survivor Series later on tonight? There’s only one way to find out and that’s to tune in to Raw live tonight from Baltimore!

Last Monday night saw Mia Rain overcome Gail Kim to earn herself a shot at Melina’s Women’s Championship next week live on Raw, but this week the new number one contender will team up with the Bella Twins to face Melina, Kim and Kim’s rookie, Shantelle Taylor in a six diva tag team match. Rain has the chance to send a direct statement of intent to Melina this week, but will she be able to do just that?

Another rookie in action tonight is Homicide when he takes on the former host of Raw, Zack Ryder. With decisions on the future of the rookies due any day now, will JTG’s protégé pick up the win and give himself a better chance of getting himself a permanent place on the Raw roster?

For all this more, don’t even think about missing this week’s Raw, the final Raw before this weekend’s Survivor Series. You simply can’t afford to miss it!



>Confirmed for Raw This Week<

Matt Hardy vs. Mystico vs. Kaval

Melina, Gail Kim & Shantelle Taylor vs. Mia Rain & The Bella Twins

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~Monday Night Raw~
March 26th, 2007
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~Smackdown Invades Raw~




The last episode of Raw and the penultimate television show before Wrestlemania sees the superstars of Smackdown join forces with their Raw counterparts for what is sure to be an explosive edition as Smackdown Invades Raw!

The Smackdown roster will be in attendance tonight with a string of Raw vs. Smackdown match ups on the card, featuring many of the competitors involved at Wrestlemania XXIII. And perhaps no match tonight is bigger than the Champion vs. Champion clash featuring WWE Champion Shawn Michaels and World Heavyweight Champion Batista. The two figureheads of the respective brands are set to collide in what is sure to be a fiercely competitive main event, with no doubt both men's opponents this Sunday watching on intently. While Batista's opponent this Sunday, Edge, is not scheduled to compete tonight, 'The Rated-R Superstar' will no doubt be keen to once again make his presence felt in Batista's match, despite the none contact ruling between the two brought in by Interim Smackdown General Manager Jonathan Coachman. For Michaels, it's a chance to give his opponents a little taste of what's in store for them this Sunday, with Michaels reiterating his desire to once again steal the show at Wrestlemania and prove once and for all why he is 'The Showstopper'.

As for Michaels' opponents this Sunday, Rob Van Dam and Triple H, both men will also be in action tonight against Smackdown opponents. For 'The Game', it's the United States Champion Finlay, the grizzled Irish veteran looking to send a message to the man he defends his title against this Sunday, Matt Hardy, with what would be considered a huge victory over Triple H. For Van Dam, the challenge could not be greater as he takes on the man of the moment, Mr. Kennedy, perhaps the most hated man in the WWE today due to his recent torment of Ric Flair. Kennedy is full of confidence right now, especially after the unparalleled success last Friday's Smackdown was for him. We'll also hear from all three men involved in the WWE Championship Triple Threat Match during tonight's broadcast, and with Wrestlemania just six days away, none of the trio will be wanting to head to Detroit off the back of a loss.

For months John Cena has been reeling from the combined forces of Mr. McMahon, his son Shane, and the always impressive Bobby Lashley. With the deck stacked against Cena so strongly, it's a testament to Cena's character that he's even made it this far. But last week, the first chink of light in the McMahon's armoury was found after Linda McMahon's announcement that the referee for the Cena/Lashley showdown will be none other than 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin. With Austin already scheduled to be in Detroit to induct Jim Ross into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before Wrestlemania, Austin will now pull double duty as he dons the stripes to finally level the playing field. Tonight, Austin will be in Indianapolis to address Cena, Lashley and Vince ahead of this Sunday, in what is sure to be a highly controversial moment.

With the Money in the Bank Ladder Match sure to be one of the highlights of this Sunday's event, all eight men are set to compete tonight in a special Eight Man Tag Team Money in the Bank Preview Match, where Raw and Smackdown will face off. This means that recent rivals Randy Orton and Jeff Hardy will team with another pair of rivals, CM Punk and Johnny Nitro, to take on the combined forces of Chris Benoit, Kane, King Booker and Montel Vontavious Porter. With the four Smackdown superstars also having their share of problems lately, chances are this one could get out of hand in a hurry. However, if one brand can keep it together long enough, we could see the emergence of an early favourite to climb the ladder of success and grab that briefcase at Wrestlemania XXIII.

All of that, plus the rematch between The Hart Legacy and The Redneck Wrecking Crew, we'll hear from Intercontinental Champion Kenny Dykstra and his Wrestlemania opponent Carlito, we'll also speak with Women's Champion Mickie James and her opponent Beth Phoenix, and the final entrant into the 2007 WWE Hall of Fame Class is revealed... and perhaps the best, has been saved for last. The final episode of Raw before Wrestlemania, you won't want to miss it!

Confirmed Matches:

Shawn Michaels vs. Batista
Rob Van Dam vs. Mr. Kennedy
Triple H vs. Finlay

CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, Johnny Nitro and Randy Orton vs. Chris Benoit, Kane, King Booker and Montel Vontavious Porter

The Redneck Wrecking Crew vs. The Hart Legacy

Plus!! We'll hear from Kenny Dykstra, Carlito, Mickie James and Beth Phoenix, and the final member of the 2007 WWE Hall of Fame Class is revealed!


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World Heavyweight Championship
Batista© vs. Triple H


A feud that has been ongoing ever since Batista won the Royal Rumble back in January may very well come to an end this Sunday in Las Vegas as the Animal and the Game do battle one more time for the World Heavyweight title. Batista captured the gold on the bigget stage of them all at Wrestlemania, defeating his former mentor, his former leader, his former friend Triple H and at Vengeance the Cerebral Assassin will get his one on one rematch with Hunter firmly believing that the championship will return ‘home’.

Batista’s reign thus far has seen him defeat both Triple H and Chris Jericho at Backlash in a controversial triple threat match. Despite that victory Triple H has still yet to be convinced that the Animal has what it takes to be ‘the man’ on Monday Night Raw, labelling Batista’s victory at Wrestlemania and his championship reign as a ‘fluke’. Batista however is intent on laying rest to those claims and has vowed to take on any and all challenges, including this rematch at Vengeance which has been dubbed by both men as an all out ‘war’.

Triple H held his hands up and admitted that Batista won the battle at Wrestlemania but declared that it was exactly that, just one battle. When it comes down to ‘war, Trips has always come out on top in his eyes, fending off such greats as Mick Foley, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin but this time Batista believes things are going to very different. The Animal gave a heartfelt speech declaring that Triple H does indeed usually win the war but he usually wins it with a little bit of help on the side. Batista stated that over the years he’s had help ranging from Shawn Michaels, Chyna, the New Age Outlaws, Ric Flair, Randy Orton and even Batista himself. This time Triple H doesn’t have that back up and Batista believes it will show come Vengeance.

Triple H on the other hand feels that this Sunday he will prove once again exactly why he is that damn good and will walk out of Las Vegas an eleven time World champion. The Game has stated repeatedly that he always, ALWAYS finds a way to win the war and that when Batista enters the war zone for the first time, he’s gonna be in for a shock. Will Triple H once again win the war this Sunday and take home the World Heavyweight title? Or will Batista prove he’s a whole lot more than a fluke champion and defeat his former mentor yet again for the richest prize in the game? It promises to be a hellacious battle this Sunday from the Thomas & Mack Center
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Shawn Michaels vs. ?
(If Shawn Michaels wins, he receives a World title shot; If Shawn Michaels loses he becomes the property of Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff)

A match of real intrigue here as Shawn Michaels heads into Vengeance not knowing just who his opponent will be. Since Wrestlemania the Heartbreak Kid has endured a torrid time in trying to earn a rematch with Kurt Angle falling short at every hurdle. The first of which was the draft lottery where unfortunately for the Showstopper, he and Angle were kept separated. Michaels then pleaded with Eric Bischoff to trade him to Smackdown but Bischoff refused, citing that a Michaels/Angle rematch would mean big money and it was a match that had to happen on his show, not Smackdown.

The final opportunity for Michaels came as it was revealed that Kurt Angle’s contract on Smackdown was running down and it was at that point in which Eric Bischoff made a last ditch plea to persuade Kurt Angle to sign a contract with Raw. Kurt however refused and opted to stay on Friday nights, much to the GM’s disappointment along with HBK. With every possibility now out of the window, Michaels realised it was indeed time to switch his attention elsewhere and that attention was diverted to the World Heavyweight title. The Showstopper deemed that Eric Bischoff, after failing to get Kurt Angle over to Monday nights, owed him a favour. That favour being a championship opportunity. Eric Bischoff wasn’t having any of it though and told the Heartbreak Kid he wouldn’t back down for anybody and that he was the boss around here, not Shawn Michaels. Michaels would proceed to deliver a does of Sweet Chin Music to Easy E, much to the delight of the Raw fans.

After weeks of tormenting the General Manager, Michaels would eventually get the chance he was after as Eric Bischoff gave into HBK’s request and gave him an opportunity for this Sunday at Vengeance. Bischoff told Michaels that he would receive an opportunity at the World title if he could defeat a superstar of Bischoff’s choosing at Vengeance, HOWEVER, if Michaels was defeated he would become the property of the Raw GM. Michaels realised the sticky situation he’d been placed in but accepted Bischoff’s challenge and vowed to achieve his goal this Sunday. Who will be handpicked by the Raw GM to take down Shawn Michaels? Will it be a blast from Michaels’ past, a returning superstar or perhaps even the chance for somebody to debut? Will luck be on the Showstopper’s side as we head to the city of sin? Or will Eric Bischoff stop him in his tracks once again and ensure the Heartbreak Kid must join forces with him
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Edge vs. Chris Jericho

A match that has been building intensely over on Raw since Wrestlemania when Edge captured the Money in the Bank briefcase. Edge earned himself a World title opportunity anytime in the next twelve months by climbing a ladder and taking home the briefcase but one man that didn’t sit well with was Y2J. Jericho believed the briefcase should have been his and told Edge that he would never amount to anything, that he was simply a Chris Jericho wannabe. The Rated R Superstar was less than impressed by Jericho’s claims and told Jericho that he was simply stuck in the past, too reliant on his former accmomplishments and that he was the future of this company, not Jericho.

The feud really kicked into gear at Backlash when Jericho competed for the World title against Batista and Triple H. Jericho looked to be on the verge of capturing his second World title, only for Edge to come down and thwart that by looking but failing to cash in his title shot midway through the match. Jericho was taken out of the picture as Batista retained, whilst Edge’s own attempts at the title were thwarted too. Jericho wouldn’t forget Edge’s interference and vowed to take revenge but two week later, Jericho met Triple H one on one with the winner earning a shot at the World title. Jericho came within an inch of winning the contest but it would be Edge again who stuck his nose in and smashed Jericho across the skull with his Money in the Bank briefcase!

Jericho however would gain payback the following week when Edge looked to cash in once more only for Chris Jericho cost him this time around, coming down to the ring and taking down Mr.MITB. That night though Jericho too would have a title shot, the Intercontinental title when he faced Muhammad Hassam. Jericho looked as though he was all set to capture the gold only for, you guessed it, Edge to yet again cost Jericho. With the rivalry building, Eric Bischoff announced the two would square off at Vengeance with Jericho getting his chance at retribution in Las Vegas whilst Edge would get the chance to further his claim that it is he who will be the future of Monday Night Raw, not the Ayatollah of Rock ‘N Rolla. Who will get their wish this Sunday? Will Jericho get his Vengeance? Or will Edge prove his point and stake his claim to be the figurehead of the future here in the WWE
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Christian w/Tomko vs. Ric Flair

This rivalry has really become heated in the past couple of weeks and this Sunday the fire will no doubt be lit inside of both superstars as they do battle. At Backlash Ric Flair returned as a guest on Christian’s talk show ‘The Peep Show’. Flair was all set for a big announcement, which was believed to be retirement however the loudmouth that is Captain Charisma refused to let it happen. Christian stated that Flair needed to pass the torch before he walked away and proclaimed that Flair hadn’t done it all until he’d faced and beaten him. Flair though refused to back down and was all set to finish his career there and then only for Christian and Problem Solver, Tomko to attack the Nature Boy and lay him out.

In the coming weeks Christian would taunt Flair, claiming that he was afraid of facing Captain Charisma and that he could not beat him. Christian begged for Flair to return and to give him the match he desperately desired. Christian told the world that it was Flair’s duty to pass the torch before he retired and that there was nobody better to take the torch and start a new era than him. Christian even proclaimed that he was the new Nature Boy, the new Ric Flair. Flair would eventually return to Raw and would listen to Christian’s plea. Flair however refused Christian’s challenge and stated that he was done for good. Christian though then changed his tune and instead of being his usual smug, arrogant self, Christian gave a heartfelt speech to Flair, telling him that he needed this match to kickstart his career and to take him to the next level. Flair began to see Christian’s side of things and accepted the challenge, declaring that everybody needed this kind of opportunity at one point in their career. Christian then offered his hand to Flair who accepted and the match was set only for Christian to once AGAIN sneak attack Flair and lay out the Nature Boy.

It’d again be a few weeks before we saw Naitch again and when he returned he teamed with Shawn Michaels and Chris Jericho to face Tomko, Edge and Christian. Flair looked to have the fire back inside of him, seemingly not missing a beat as he took it to the three young superstars. The end of the match however would see a horrific twist in things as Flair was beaten down by the three men and taken apart ruthlessly with a brutal con-chair-to from both Edge and Christian. Flair was completely taken out cold as Christian showed a real evil look in his eyes, a look not seen before as he continued to make his mark on Naitch. Six nights before the big showdown though, Flair spoke live via satellite to J.R. and told the world that Christian had done him a favour, before thanking Christian for allowing him to find himself once again and for allowing the fire inside of him to be lit once more as Flair vowed to tear Christian apart this Sunday.

Will the torch be passed Sunday night? Can Captain Charisma finish what he’s started and defeat Ric Flair? Or will the Nature Boy prove exactly why he’s still the man to beat in the WWE today and that the torch is still very much his to hold? It is sure to be an intense, personal battle this Sunday in Vegas.


WWE Intercontinental Championship: 2 on 1 Handicap Match
(Charlie Haas is banned from ringside; Shelton Benjamin can pin EITHER man to win the title)
Muhammad Hassan© and The Great Khali vs. Shelton Benjamin

At Backlash Muhammad Hassan captured the Intercontinetal title, defeating Shelton Benjamin thanks to the help of Daivari and two unknown men. Those two men would later turn out to be Sonjay Dutt and The Great Khali as Muhammad Hassan formed a group now known as ‘The Arabian Entity’. The Entity proved far too much to handle for Shelton Benjamin as the numbers game really caught up with him and his quest for Intercontinetal gold looked to be fading. However the draft came around and over to Raw came Shelton’s former tag team partner Charlie Haas and his arrival couldn’t have been more timely as the duo reunited together as the World’s Greatest Tag Team and have since set out to help Shelton recapture the Intercontinetal title.

This Sunday though it will be a monstrous challenge for Benjamin. Having crossed paths with General Manager Eric Bischoff in recent weeks, Bischoff decided to punish Benjamin by banning Charlie Haas from ringside and forcing him to take on not just the Intercontinental champion but also his 7’3 inch giant, The Great Khali. Benjamin and Haas have built some momentum in recent weeks, scoring tag team victories over the Entity, however with Benjamin going it alone this Sunday it is sure to be a whole different story.

Will Benjamin be able to pull off one of the biggest upsets in recent memory? Or will Muhammad Hassan and his behemoth enforcer leave Vegas with the Intercontinental championship still in their grasp?


WWE Women’s Championship: No Disqualification Match
Trish Stratus© vs. Victoria


A rivalry that has boiled over will end this Sunday in a No Disqualification environment as Trish Stratus puts her gold up for grabs against the crazed, pyschotic, Victoria. Victoria came up short at Backlash in taking the gold but has been hell bent since then on not only winning the Women’s title but in the process punishing Trish Stratus. One moment of note took place a few weeks back as we went backstage to find that Trish Stratus had been taken out by a mystery attacker, however that mystery was soon to be answered as Victoria refused to take the blame, sarcastically vowing to hunt down Trish’s attacker. Of course it was infact Victoria who did the damage and ever since then Trish has had the upper hand on the number one contender.

Trish has clearly been riled by what happened and has hunted down Victoria week after week but has failed to get her hands on her rival. This Sunday she will get that opportunity as Victoria has nowhere to run and nowhere to hide as the No Disqualification element comes into play. We all know just how dangerous Victoria can be but with the fire in the eys of the champion, Trish is bound to be just as dangerous this Sunday night. Will Victoria show her devilish side and leave holding the title? Or will Trish fight fire with fire and take out her bitter rival once and for all? One thing’s for sure, you won’t wanna miss it
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World Tag Team Championships: Triple Threat MatchThe Dudley Boyz© vs. Sonjay Dutt and Daivari vs. The Basham Brothers

Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley are no strangers to three team rivalries following their historic battles in the past with Edge & Christian along with the Hardy Boyz. This Sunday, they step back into that environment as two new teams threaten their championship reign, Arabian Entity members Sonjay Dutt and Daivari along with Smackdown draftees, Doug and Danny Basham. Both teams have made the World Tag team titles their main goal since arriving on Raw and the Dudley Boyz know they’re in for a tough night this Sunday at Vengeance.

In recent weeks we’ve seen two triple threat singles match as the teams took turns to give each other a taster of what Vengeance will be like and on both occasions it went the way of the challengers. D-Von, Danny Basham and Daivari met a few weeks back with Danny Basham picking up the victory from under the nose of D-Von, infuriating both he and his partner Bubba. The following week would see Bubba, Sonjay Dutt and Doug Basham meet and again the Dudleyz would feel aggrieved as Sonjay Dutt this time picked up a huge victory.

With both challenging teams building momentum ahead of this Sunday’s clash, will we see new champions walking out of Las Vegas? Or will the Dudley Boyz experience in this situation lead them to victory in what is a major night for all three teams? Many people believe that the days of the Dudleyz reigning supreme on Raw are over, this Sunday we are sure to find out whether or not those suspicions are coming true
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Mark Jindrak w/William Regal vs. Big Show

The emergence of Mark Jindrak in the last month or so has taken the WWE by storm as he, along with his mentor William Regal have set the biggest superstar on the Raw roster in their sights, The Big Show. After Big Show proclaimed his need for a challenge and for motivation, the giant was interrupted by the Englishman who appeared on stage as Big Show looked somewhat confused. Regal told Big Show that he had the perfect challenge to bring back Big Show’s spark back. Regal then sprung a huge shock on not only Big Show but the world as Show was turned around and beaten down by the youngster Jindrak. Jindrak and Regal proceeded to beat down Big Show in a vicious ambush which really put a marker down for the man now known as ‘The Protégé’.

Jindrak has been on a major roll in recent weeks to follow that, defeating Chris Jericho this past Monday on Raw whilst also pushing Batista to the limit before taking the Animal out with a steel chair. Jindrak has looked fierce and unphased by all the challenges he’s faced but this Sunday he will face his biggest one to date. Big Show has certainly found his spark again recent weeks and has been relentless in getting his hands on both Jindrak and Regal, successfully achieving the latter a few weeks back on Raw. Show hunted down Regal backstage before brutally assaulting the Brit, tossing him head first into a wall backstage, leaving Regal to sport a neck brace the following week.

Regal vowed revenge for that and he certainly got it as the duo agreed a deal with Triple H. Jindrak and Regal would soften Batista up during the ‘Protégé’s match with the champion before Triple H would take out Big Show backstage, leaving the Giant a bloody mess. Show is in no mood for the duo’s antics come this Sunday and you can be sure that he’ll be fully focused on teaching Jindrak a lesson in Las Vegas. Will Jindrak be able to slay the giant once and for all, proving just how dangerous he is? And what role will William Regal play in this contest? Or will we see Big Show prove exactly why he is one of the most feared superstars still to this day in the entire WWE
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March 26th, 2007
Indianapolis, IN

~Smackdown Invades Raw~




The last episode of Raw and the penultimate television show before Wrestlemania sees the superstars of Smackdown join forces with their Raw counterparts for what is sure to be an explosive edition as Smackdown Invades Raw!

The Smackdown roster will be in attendance tonight with a string of Raw vs. Smackdown match ups on the card, featuring many of the competitors involved at Wrestlemania XXIII. And perhaps no match tonight is bigger than the Champion vs. Champion clash featuring WWE Champion Shawn Michaels and World Heavyweight Champion Batista. The two figureheads of the respective brands are set to collide in what is sure to be a fiercely competitive main event, with no doubt both men's opponents this Sunday watching on intently. While Batista's opponent this Sunday, Edge, is not scheduled to compete tonight, 'The Rated-R Superstar' will no doubt be keen to once again make his presence felt in Batista's match, despite the none contact ruling between the two brought in by Interim Smackdown General Manager Jonathan Coachman. For Michaels, it's a chance to give his opponents a little taste of what's in store for them this Sunday, with Michaels reiterating his desire to once again steal the show at Wrestlemania and prove once and for all why he is 'The Showstopper'.

As for Michaels' opponents this Sunday, Rob Van Dam and Triple H, both men will also be in action tonight against Smackdown opponents. For 'The Game', it's the United States Champion Finlay, the grizzled Irish veteran looking to send a message to the man he defends his title against this Sunday, Matt Hardy, with what would be considered a huge victory over Triple H. For Van Dam, the challenge could not be greater as he takes on the man of the moment, Mr. Kennedy, perhaps the most hated man in the WWE today due to his recent torment of Ric Flair. Kennedy is full of confidence right now, especially after the unparalleled success last Friday's Smackdown was for him. We'll also hear from all three men involved in the WWE Championship Triple Threat Match during tonight's broadcast, and with Wrestlemania just six days away, none of the trio will be wanting to head to Detroit off the back of a loss.

For months John Cena has been reeling from the combined forces of Mr. McMahon, his son Shane, and the always impressive Bobby Lashley. With the deck stacked against Cena so strongly, it's a testament to Cena's character that he's even made it this far. But last week, the first chink of light in the McMahon's armoury was found after Linda McMahon's announcement that the referee for the Cena/Lashley showdown will be none other than 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin. With Austin already scheduled to be in Detroit to induct Jim Ross into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before Wrestlemania, Austin will now pull double duty as he dons the stripes to finally level the playing field. Tonight, Austin will be in Indianapolis to address Cena, Lashley and Vince ahead of this Sunday, in what is sure to be a highly controversial moment.

With the Money in the Bank Ladder Match sure to be one of the highlights of this Sunday's event, all eight men are set to compete tonight in a special Eight Man Tag Team Money in the Bank Preview Match, where Raw and Smackdown will face off. This means that recent rivals Randy Orton and Jeff Hardy will team with another pair of rivals, CM Punk and Johnny Nitro, to take on the combined forces of Chris Benoit, Kane, King Booker and Montel Vontavious Porter. With the four Smackdown superstars also having their share of problems lately, chances are this one could get out of hand in a hurry. However, if one brand can keep it together long enough, we could see the emergence of an early favourite to climb the ladder of success and grab that briefcase at Wrestlemania XXIII.

All of that, plus the rematch between The Hart Legacy and The Redneck Wrecking Crew, we'll hear from Intercontinental Champion Kenny Dykstra and his Wrestlemania opponent Carlito, we'll also speak with Women's Champion Mickie James and her opponent Beth Phoenix, and the final entrant into the 2007 WWE Hall of Fame Class is revealed... and perhaps the best, has been saved for last. The final episode of Raw before Wrestlemania, you won't want to miss it!

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Shawn Michaels vs. Batista
Rob Van Dam vs. Mr. Kennedy
Triple H vs. Finlay

CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, Johnny Nitro and Randy Orton vs. Chris Benoit, Kane, King Booker and Montel Vontavious Porter

The Redneck Wrecking Crew vs. The Hart Legacy

Plus!! We'll hear from Kenny Dykstra, Carlito, Mickie James and Beth Phoenix, and the final member of the 2007 WWE Hall of Fame Class is revealed!


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World Heavyweight Championship
Batista© vs. Triple H


A feud that has been ongoing ever since Batista won the Royal Rumble back in January may very well come to an end this Sunday in Las Vegas as the Animal and the Game do battle one more time for the World Heavyweight title. Batista captured the gold on the bigget stage of them all at Wrestlemania, defeating his former mentor, his former leader, his former friend Triple H and at Vengeance the Cerebral Assassin will get his one on one rematch with Hunter firmly believing that the championship will return ‘home’.

Batista’s reign thus far has seen him defeat both Triple H and Chris Jericho at Backlash in a controversial triple threat match. Despite that victory Triple H has still yet to be convinced that the Animal has what it takes to be ‘the man’ on Monday Night Raw, labelling Batista’s victory at Wrestlemania and his championship reign as a ‘fluke’. Batista however is intent on laying rest to those claims and has vowed to take on any and all challenges, including this rematch at Vengeance which has been dubbed by both men as an all out ‘war’.

Triple H held his hands up and admitted that Batista won the battle at Wrestlemania but declared that it was exactly that, just one battle. When it comes down to ‘war, Trips has always come out on top in his eyes, fending off such greats as Mick Foley, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin but this time Batista believes things are going to very different. The Animal gave a heartfelt speech declaring that Triple H does indeed usually win the war but he usually wins it with a little bit of help on the side. Batista stated that over the years he’s had help ranging from Shawn Michaels, Chyna, the New Age Outlaws, Ric Flair, Randy Orton and even Batista himself. This time Triple H doesn’t have that back up and Batista believes it will show come Vengeance.

Triple H on the other hand feels that this Sunday he will prove once again exactly why he is that damn good and will walk out of Las Vegas an eleven time World champion. The Game has stated repeatedly that he always, ALWAYS finds a way to win the war and that when Batista enters the war zone for the first time, he’s gonna be in for a shock. Will Triple H once again win the war this Sunday and take home the World Heavyweight title? Or will Batista prove he’s a whole lot more than a fluke champion and defeat his former mentor yet again for the richest prize in the game? It promises to be a hellacious battle this Sunday from the Thomas & Mack Center
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Shawn Michaels vs. ?
(If Shawn Michaels wins, he receives a World title shot; If Shawn Michaels loses he becomes the property of Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff)

A match of real intrigue here as Shawn Michaels heads into Vengeance not knowing just who his opponent will be. Since Wrestlemania the Heartbreak Kid has endured a torrid time in trying to earn a rematch with Kurt Angle falling short at every hurdle. The first of which was the draft lottery where unfortunately for the Showstopper, he and Angle were kept separated. Michaels then pleaded with Eric Bischoff to trade him to Smackdown but Bischoff refused, citing that a Michaels/Angle rematch would mean big money and it was a match that had to happen on his show, not Smackdown.

The final opportunity for Michaels came as it was revealed that Kurt Angle’s contract on Smackdown was running down and it was at that point in which Eric Bischoff made a last ditch plea to persuade Kurt Angle to sign a contract with Raw. Kurt however refused and opted to stay on Friday nights, much to the GM’s disappointment along with HBK. With every possibility now out of the window, Michaels realised it was indeed time to switch his attention elsewhere and that attention was diverted to the World Heavyweight title. The Showstopper deemed that Eric Bischoff, after failing to get Kurt Angle over to Monday nights, owed him a favour. That favour being a championship opportunity. Eric Bischoff wasn’t having any of it though and told the Heartbreak Kid he wouldn’t back down for anybody and that he was the boss around here, not Shawn Michaels. Michaels would proceed to deliver a does of Sweet Chin Music to Easy E, much to the delight of the Raw fans.

After weeks of tormenting the General Manager, Michaels would eventually get the chance he was after as Eric Bischoff gave into HBK’s request and gave him an opportunity for this Sunday at Vengeance. Bischoff told Michaels that he would receive an opportunity at the World title if he could defeat a superstar of Bischoff’s choosing at Vengeance, HOWEVER, if Michaels was defeated he would become the property of the Raw GM. Michaels realised the sticky situation he’d been placed in but accepted Bischoff’s challenge and vowed to achieve his goal this Sunday. Who will be handpicked by the Raw GM to take down Shawn Michaels? Will it be a blast from Michaels’ past, a returning superstar or perhaps even the chance for somebody to debut? Will luck be on the Showstopper’s side as we head to the city of sin? Or will Eric Bischoff stop him in his tracks once again and ensure the Heartbreak Kid must join forces with him
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Edge vs. Chris Jericho

A match that has been building intensely over on Raw since Wrestlemania when Edge captured the Money in the Bank briefcase. Edge earned himself a World title opportunity anytime in the next twelve months by climbing a ladder and taking home the briefcase but one man that didn’t sit well with was Y2J. Jericho believed the briefcase should have been his and told Edge that he would never amount to anything, that he was simply a Chris Jericho wannabe. The Rated R Superstar was less than impressed by Jericho’s claims and told Jericho that he was simply stuck in the past, too reliant on his former accmomplishments and that he was the future of this company, not Jericho.

The feud really kicked into gear at Backlash when Jericho competed for the World title against Batista and Triple H. Jericho looked to be on the verge of capturing his second World title, only for Edge to come down and thwart that by looking but failing to cash in his title shot midway through the match. Jericho was taken out of the picture as Batista retained, whilst Edge’s own attempts at the title were thwarted too. Jericho wouldn’t forget Edge’s interference and vowed to take revenge but two week later, Jericho met Triple H one on one with the winner earning a shot at the World title. Jericho came within an inch of winning the contest but it would be Edge again who stuck his nose in and smashed Jericho across the skull with his Money in the Bank briefcase!

Jericho however would gain payback the following week when Edge looked to cash in once more only for Chris Jericho cost him this time around, coming down to the ring and taking down Mr.MITB. That night though Jericho too would have a title shot, the Intercontinental title when he faced Muhammad Hassam. Jericho looked as though he was all set to capture the gold only for, you guessed it, Edge to yet again cost Jericho. With the rivalry building, Eric Bischoff announced the two would square off at Vengeance with Jericho getting his chance at retribution in Las Vegas whilst Edge would get the chance to further his claim that it is he who will be the future of Monday Night Raw, not the Ayatollah of Rock ‘N Rolla. Who will get their wish this Sunday? Will Jericho get his Vengeance? Or will Edge prove his point and stake his claim to be the figurehead of the future here in the WWE
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Christian w/Tomko vs. Ric Flair

This rivalry has really become heated in the past couple of weeks and this Sunday the fire will no doubt be lit inside of both superstars as they do battle. At Backlash Ric Flair returned as a guest on Christian’s talk show ‘The Peep Show’. Flair was all set for a big announcement, which was believed to be retirement however the loudmouth that is Captain Charisma refused to let it happen. Christian stated that Flair needed to pass the torch before he walked away and proclaimed that Flair hadn’t done it all until he’d faced and beaten him. Flair though refused to back down and was all set to finish his career there and then only for Christian and Problem Solver, Tomko to attack the Nature Boy and lay him out.

In the coming weeks Christian would taunt Flair, claiming that he was afraid of facing Captain Charisma and that he could not beat him. Christian begged for Flair to return and to give him the match he desperately desired. Christian told the world that it was Flair’s duty to pass the torch before he retired and that there was nobody better to take the torch and start a new era than him. Christian even proclaimed that he was the new Nature Boy, the new Ric Flair. Flair would eventually return to Raw and would listen to Christian’s plea. Flair however refused Christian’s challenge and stated that he was done for good. Christian though then changed his tune and instead of being his usual smug, arrogant self, Christian gave a heartfelt speech to Flair, telling him that he needed this match to kickstart his career and to take him to the next level. Flair began to see Christian’s side of things and accepted the challenge, declaring that everybody needed this kind of opportunity at one point in their career. Christian then offered his hand to Flair who accepted and the match was set only for Christian to once AGAIN sneak attack Flair and lay out the Nature Boy.

It’d again be a few weeks before we saw Naitch again and when he returned he teamed with Shawn Michaels and Chris Jericho to face Tomko, Edge and Christian. Flair looked to have the fire back inside of him, seemingly not missing a beat as he took it to the three young superstars. The end of the match however would see a horrific twist in things as Flair was beaten down by the three men and taken apart ruthlessly with a brutal con-chair-to from both Edge and Christian. Flair was completely taken out cold as Christian showed a real evil look in his eyes, a look not seen before as he continued to make his mark on Naitch. Six nights before the big showdown though, Flair spoke live via satellite to J.R. and told the world that Christian had done him a favour, before thanking Christian for allowing him to find himself once again and for allowing the fire inside of him to be lit once more as Flair vowed to tear Christian apart this Sunday.

Will the torch be passed Sunday night? Can Captain Charisma finish what he’s started and defeat Ric Flair? Or will the Nature Boy prove exactly why he’s still the man to beat in the WWE today and that the torch is still very much his to hold? It is sure to be an intense, personal battle this Sunday in Vegas.


WWE Intercontinental Championship: 2 on 1 Handicap Match
(Charlie Haas is banned from ringside; Shelton Benjamin can pin EITHER man to win the title)
Muhammad Hassan© and The Great Khali vs. Shelton Benjamin

At Backlash Muhammad Hassan captured the Intercontinetal title, defeating Shelton Benjamin thanks to the help of Daivari and two unknown men. Those two men would later turn out to be Sonjay Dutt and The Great Khali as Muhammad Hassan formed a group now known as ‘The Arabian Entity’. The Entity proved far too much to handle for Shelton Benjamin as the numbers game really caught up with him and his quest for Intercontinetal gold looked to be fading. However the draft came around and over to Raw came Shelton’s former tag team partner Charlie Haas and his arrival couldn’t have been more timely as the duo reunited together as the World’s Greatest Tag Team and have since set out to help Shelton recapture the Intercontinetal title.

This Sunday though it will be a monstrous challenge for Benjamin. Having crossed paths with General Manager Eric Bischoff in recent weeks, Bischoff decided to punish Benjamin by banning Charlie Haas from ringside and forcing him to take on not just the Intercontinental champion but also his 7’3 inch giant, The Great Khali. Benjamin and Haas have built some momentum in recent weeks, scoring tag team victories over the Entity, however with Benjamin going it alone this Sunday it is sure to be a whole different story.

Will Benjamin be able to pull off one of the biggest upsets in recent memory? Or will Muhammad Hassan and his behemoth enforcer leave Vegas with the Intercontinental championship still in their grasp?


WWE Women’s Championship: No Disqualification Match
Trish Stratus© vs. Victoria


A rivalry that has boiled over will end this Sunday in a No Disqualification environment as Trish Stratus puts her gold up for grabs against the crazed, pyschotic, Victoria. Victoria came up short at Backlash in taking the gold but has been hell bent since then on not only winning the Women’s title but in the process punishing Trish Stratus. One moment of note took place a few weeks back as we went backstage to find that Trish Stratus had been taken out by a mystery attacker, however that mystery was soon to be answered as Victoria refused to take the blame, sarcastically vowing to hunt down Trish’s attacker. Of course it was infact Victoria who did the damage and ever since then Trish has had the upper hand on the number one contender.

Trish has clearly been riled by what happened and has hunted down Victoria week after week but has failed to get her hands on her rival. This Sunday she will get that opportunity as Victoria has nowhere to run and nowhere to hide as the No Disqualification element comes into play. We all know just how dangerous Victoria can be but with the fire in the eys of the champion, Trish is bound to be just as dangerous this Sunday night. Will Victoria show her devilish side and leave holding the title? Or will Trish fight fire with fire and take out her bitter rival once and for all? One thing’s for sure, you won’t wanna miss it
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World Tag Team Championships: Triple Threat MatchThe Dudley Boyz© vs. Sonjay Dutt and Daivari vs. The Basham Brothers

Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley are no strangers to three team rivalries following their historic battles in the past with Edge & Christian along with the Hardy Boyz. This Sunday, they step back into that environment as two new teams threaten their championship reign, Arabian Entity members Sonjay Dutt and Daivari along with Smackdown draftees, Doug and Danny Basham. Both teams have made the World Tag team titles their main goal since arriving on Raw and the Dudley Boyz know they’re in for a tough night this Sunday at Vengeance.

In recent weeks we’ve seen two triple threat singles match as the teams took turns to give each other a taster of what Vengeance will be like and on both occasions it went the way of the challengers. D-Von, Danny Basham and Daivari met a few weeks back with Danny Basham picking up the victory from under the nose of D-Von, infuriating both he and his partner Bubba. The following week would see Bubba, Sonjay Dutt and Doug Basham meet and again the Dudleyz would feel aggrieved as Sonjay Dutt this time picked up a huge victory.

With both challenging teams building momentum ahead of this Sunday’s clash, will we see new champions walking out of Las Vegas? Or will the Dudley Boyz experience in this situation lead them to victory in what is a major night for all three teams? Many people believe that the days of the Dudleyz reigning supreme on Raw are over, this Sunday we are sure to find out whether or not those suspicions are coming true
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Mark Jindrak w/William Regal vs. Big Show

The emergence of Mark Jindrak in the last month or so has taken the WWE by storm as he, along with his mentor William Regal have set the biggest superstar on the Raw roster in their sights, The Big Show. After Big Show proclaimed his need for a challenge and for motivation, the giant was interrupted by the Englishman who appeared on stage as Big Show looked somewhat confused. Regal told Big Show that he had the perfect challenge to bring back Big Show’s spark back. Regal then sprung a huge shock on not only Big Show but the world as Show was turned around and beaten down by the youngster Jindrak. Jindrak and Regal proceeded to beat down Big Show in a vicious ambush which really put a marker down for the man now known as ‘The Protégé’.

Jindrak has been on a major roll in recent weeks to follow that, defeating Chris Jericho this past Monday on Raw whilst also pushing Batista to the limit before taking the Animal out with a steel chair. Jindrak has looked fierce and unphased by all the challenges he’s faced but this Sunday he will face his biggest one to date. Big Show has certainly found his spark again recent weeks and has been relentless in getting his hands on both Jindrak and Regal, successfully achieving the latter a few weeks back on Raw. Show hunted down Regal backstage before brutally assaulting the Brit, tossing him head first into a wall backstage, leaving Regal to sport a neck brace the following week.

Regal vowed revenge for that and he certainly got it as the duo agreed a deal with Triple H. Jindrak and Regal would soften Batista up during the ‘Protégé’s match with the champion before Triple H would take out Big Show backstage, leaving the Giant a bloody mess. Show is in no mood for the duo’s antics come this Sunday and you can be sure that he’ll be fully focused on teaching Jindrak a lesson in Las Vegas. Will Jindrak be able to slay the giant once and for all, proving just how dangerous he is? And what role will William Regal play in this contest? Or will we see Big Show prove exactly why he is one of the most feared superstars still to this day in the entire WWE
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With JBL and The Rock mentoring two groups on NXT, the battle for survival in the WWE starts this week with two 4-man elimination matches to begin to determine the first NXT rankings. The higher on the rankings a wrestler is, the less chance he has of being eliminated from the NXT competition so the battle to avoid Ranking spot 8 is going to be fierce. On 'Team JBL' it appears that Kaval could find himself in an interesting situation - JBL has openly admitted that he does not believe Kaval has the ability to survive and has insulted him on several occasions. It seems like the NXT Season 2 winner has to do it alone if he is to survive. With Great Khali, Drew McIntyre and MVP also on 'Team JBL' for NXT, it appears that JBL believes that the bigger men have more chance of winning the competition - something JBL desperately wants to do. On 'Team Rock' however, the People's Champion has challenged all his men to give it their best shot as they look to survive in the WWE and earn the future title shot: Vladimir Kozlov, Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth and Chavo Guerrero will all be looking to The Rock for advice to ensure a top three finish at least.

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