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Date: 24th July 2005
Location: HSBC Arena, Buffalo, New York


WWE Championship: Fatal 4 Way Match:
John Cena© vs. Randy Orton vs. John Bradshaw Layfield vs. Kurt Angle


Since becoming the WWE Champion back at Wrestlemania, John Cena has been happy to take on any and all challengers. Well at The Great American Bash he will prove exactly that as he must defend his title against not one, not two but three opponents in the shape of the ‘Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield, the ‘Legend Killer’ Randy Orton and the ‘Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle.

Back towards the end of May, Orton, Angle and Bradshaw met in a Triple Threat Match where the winner would receive a WWE Title shot at the Smackdown: Night of Champions Special. Things weren’t quite so straightforward however as the special guest referee for this match? None other than the champion himself, John Cena. It would be an enthralling contest and the end result came in controversial circumstances as Kurt Angle appeared to have made Randy Orton tap out, however JBL had John Cena distracted. Angle began to celebrate, thinking the job was done but Cena, who was on the outside laying into JBL, didn’t see it that way, instead letting Angle know the match would continue. This of course riled the Olympic Gold Medalist who got in Cena’s face, only to be spun around into a thunderous RKO from Orton who would pick up the win.

Angle felt as though he was robbed, stating that Cena screwed him over because he didn’t want to face him, because he knows he can’t defeat him. JBL was also feeling robbed, believing that John Cena abused his power as a WWE official when he put his hands on him and that as a result Cena should be stripped of his title. Well that would not happen and Cena’s match with Orton was made official and once again it was full of controversy. Orton and Cena engaged in a terrific contest only for it to be ruined by the arrival of Angle and Bradshaw who would ambush both men before Angle turned on Bradshaw, leaving the Wall Street Warrior laid out also, Angle making a big statement.

The following week on Smackdown, Orton would face Cena again, knowing a victory would earn him another title shot at the Bash. However, we wouldn’t even get that far as Orton was left bloodied and battered backstage but by who was the question. Nobody knew, however there were two main suspects and those men were of course Angle and JBL. Teddy Long was left in a tough spot now, recognising he needed a main event for the Bash and that the main men to fill that hole would be JBL and Kurt Angle. Long gave in to their persuasion and made Cena versus Angle versus JBL in a Triple Threat match, whereby if Angle or JBL got the win, they would earn a title shot at the Bash. That match though, much like a week prior would end in chaos as Randy Orton re-emerged despite his earlier beat down and Orton took it to the prime suspects, leaving the referee to ring for the bell.

With anarchy ensuing week in, week out Teddy Long then made a blockbuster announcement that all three men would get their opportunity at the Bash in a Fatal 4 Way match. There will be no excuses now for any of these four men come Sunday night as they all get the shot they’ve been looking for. Will Cena once again overcome the obstacles in front of him? Will Randy Orton continue his recent roll since arriving on Friday nights? Will it be Kurt Angle who proves that John Cena can’t beat him and walk away with the gold? Or will the longest reigning WWE Champion in Smackdown history add another reign to his name? All four men have a strong possibility, you won’t want to miss out on this epic main event.


WWE United States Championship:
Orlando Jordan© vs. Matt Hardy


The 2005 draft lottery saw Matt Hardy headed over to the blue brand and he began his Smackdown career on a roll, knocking off any and all comers, that was until Judgment Day when Hardy would get a well deserved United States title opportunity against Orlando Jordan and it’d be one he’d fail to make the most of. Well, we say failed, more like, was screwed out of as the reigning champion stole a victory, using Hardy’s tights to score a three count. Hardy was incensed by this and pleaded with General Manager Teddy Long to give him another shot and T-Lo duly obliged, giving Hardy another opportunity on the Smackdown Night of Champions special.

This infuriated Orlando Jordan who proclaimed that having beaten Hardy already, he should head to the back of the line and work his way up again but Teddy Long would have none of it and made the match official. The match however would last a matter of seconds, literally. Matt Hardy made his way down to the ring only to be heinously assaulted by Jordan from behind. The champion proceeded to batter Hardy with some devastating shots before using the ring post and the steel steps to leave Hardy completely unconscious. Jordan then had the nerve, he had the audacity to roll Hardy inside the ring and start the match, pinning Hardy immediately.

At that point, things between the two got understandably personal as Hardy was ruled out of action for a couple of weeks due to injury but Hardy would come back with a bang and we learned that come the Bash, Hardy will receive his rightful rematch, a decision that angered Jordan once again. Jordan has vowed to prove once and for all that he is better than Hardy and that Hardy will never make the grade on his own, claiming he lives off his successful tag team run with brother Jeff. Will Jordan’s claims prove true this Sunday? Or will Hardy prove his doubters wrong and will it really be third time lucky in Buffalo for the man who ‘Will not Die’?


WWE Cruiserweight Championship:
Paul London© vs. The Hurricane


At Judgment Day Paul London retained his title, defeating the Mexican Warrior Chavo Guerrero in a hellacious battle which resulted in Guerrero blowing his final title opportunity. Since then a new challenger has emerged for Smackdown’s current champion and it comes in the shape of Friday night’s very own Superhero, The Hurricane. That doesn’t quite tell the whole story however.

Since Judgment Day Hurricane has been on a roll but that roll has been somewhat down to a constant interference on the part of Chavo Guerrero. Guerrero has targeted Hurricane to take the Cruiserweight title away from London but yet Chavo doesn’t actually believe Hurricane can do so. He believes that Gregory Helms can do so. Chavo has continuously put Hurricane down, stating that he’s nothing but a joke whilst he wears his costume and mask but that underneath all of that is one of, if not the best Cruiserweight in the world. Guerrero has tried to prove it to Hurricane also and to a degree it’s worked as Chavo has helped Hurricane win match after match despite Hurricane’s disapproval.

The crime fighting superstar’s winning streak earned him a shot at London back on the Night of Champions Smackdown special and Hurricane pleaded with Chavo to let him go it alone and Chavo obliged but Hurricane…lost. This just furthered Chavo’s point and in the end it appeared as though Hurricane was beginning to listen as he seemed to take more and more interest in what Guerrero had to say. Paul London however wasn’t buying it. London blasted Chavo for trying to interfere in things, stating that this was between him and Hurricane and that Chavo needed to back off. London then looked to persuade Hurricane that he can do things alone, that he can prove himself alone and London offered Hurricane a reprieve, offering him another shot at the Cruiserweight title, one one condition, he give London his word that he doesn’t listen to any of Chavo’s proposals. Hurricane accepted and the pair shook hands with the match now official, only for things to heat up between the two.

London stated that Hurricane would no doubt push him to his limit at the Bash, much like Night of Champions but the result would remain the same and he knew he could beat him. This seemed to irk Hurricane and a tad more aggression became apparent in the superhero’s demeanour as he demanded to know what London meant by ‘knowing’ he could beat him, Hurricane believing London thought he was an easy option. London completely denied that, claiming Hurricane had the wrong end of the stick but at that point it appeared that a switch inside Hurricane had been flicked.

The question remains this Sunday night, what role will Chavo Guerrero play here? Will Hurricane prove Paul London, prove Chavo himself wrong? Or will the champion prevail and perhaps just prove his own words, that he just ‘knows’ he can defeat the Superhero?


Two one One Handicap Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki


Since debuting at Judgment Day Bobby Lashley has looked simply unstoppable, running through everyone in his path, remaining undefeated and sending shockwaves through the Smackdown roster with his dominance. The question was posed, who dare step up and challenge this dominant force? Well the answer came in the shape of Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki.

Dupree and Suzuki were both victims of Lashley’s undefeated streak and this seemed to anger the duo, resulting in them ambushing the ‘Real Deal’ after a match up several weeks ago on Friday Night Smackdown. Lashley has been a one man wrecking crew against each opponent he’s faced and Dupree and Suzuki seemingly realised that two on one may well be the only way necessary to deal with this monster. On Sunday we will find out first hand whether Lashley really is as unstoppable as portrayed or whether Dupree and Suzuki can indeed take Lashley down a peg or two and despite the numbers advantage, cause what would be a major upset in knocking off the ‘Real Deal’.


WWE Tag Team Championships:
(Melina is banned from ringside; If Mysterio and Van Dam lose, they will not receive another title opportunity)
MNM© vs. Rob Van Dam and Rey Mysterio


MNM have been on a crusade since arriving on Smackdown, a crusade towards gaining respect. The cocky A-List duo of Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro, along with Melina have been heavily impressive since coming to Friday nights, however they have done so without earning any plaudits due to their actions and attitude both in and outside of the ring. One man took exception to this, Rob Van Dam and he told MNM to buck their ideas up and start showing people the respect they deserve, him being one of them but this didn’t sit too well with the trio who simply stated that they are three of Hollywood’s finest and that they commanded respect.

Van Dam continued to be riled up by the arrogant young duo who staked their claim for the vacant tag team titles, even proclaiming they should be handed them. This again infuriated Van Dam and a match was made for Judgment Day, MNM against Van Dam and a partner of his choosing for the WWE Tag Team titles. Van Dam’s partner? None other than Rey Mysterio. At Judgment Day though it would be the newcomers who walked out with the gold, thanks to the calculating work of Melina on the outside who helped her boys reel in the gold. This only furthered the anger of RVD and Mysterio who demanded a rematch and Teddy Long agreed it was the right thing to do so on the Smackdown Night of Champions special, they got their wish as MNM would defend their titles once again against the high flying duo. Inwhat was a back and forth contest, yet again Melina would intervene and steal the victory for her boys for the second successive match which left both Van Dam and Mysterio dejected at these shenanigans.

With both men desperate for justice, desperate for a fair shot, Van Dam laid down the challenge, asking for one more title match and if they lose they will never again get another title shot whilst MNM are champions, however there was a catch. Van Dam and Mysterio wanted Melina GONE from ringside for this one. The two veterans claimed that the only way they were gonna earn the respect they ‘command’ was by doing things like men and beating them like men. To the shock of everybody Mercury and Nitro accepted the challenge, claiming they will prove to their opponents exactly what they’re capable of come the Bash.

You have to wonder just what MNM have in mind come Sunday, can they really do this alone or is a back up plan in mind for the Red Carpet stars? Or will it be Van Dam and Mysterio that finally taste the gold and finally put an end to MNM’s tampering antics? It really is do or die for the experienced duo, can they do it? We’ll find out this Sunday.


Six Man Tag Team Match:
The Mexicools vs. Chris Masters and The Pitbulls


Chris Masters came to Smackdown with a lot of people expecting big things from the impressive physical specimen that he is, however Masters hasn’t wuite hit the ground running and that’s down to three men, that’s down to the Mexicools. Juventud Guerrera, Psicosis and Super Crazy debuted on Smackdown following the draft and promised to bring some fun back into our Friday nights, their first act being to target the Masterpiece. The trio would shock Masters by defeating him each and every time they stepped in the ring with him, all three men getting a victory by outsmarting, out witting, out foxing the helpless Masters. The Mexicools even kidnapped Masters, keeping him as a ‘pet project’ for over a week.

The embarrassment was beginning to spiral out of control for Masters and he decided that he needed to even the odds a little, that he needed a helping hand and well, he got more than he bargained for as both Jamie Noble and Kid Kash, the Pitbulls came to his aid. After being beaten by Juvi Guerrera, Juvi along with Psicosis and Crazy were immediately jumped from behind by the dangerous duo of Noble and Kash as Masters then declared that the Mexicools playtime was over and that he and the Pitbulls were ready to take them by storm.

This Sunday it’s show time as the Mexicools get their first big chance to shine since coming to the WWE, they can keep up the impressive roll they’ve been on and once again upset Masters? Or will the evening of the odds now mean a shift in Masters fortunes and he and his associates pick up a defining win this Sunday? It promises to be a blockbuster.


Triple Threat Match:
Carlito vs. Booker T vs. Rhyno


In the build up to Judgment Day Carlito called out Booker T, questioning where the old Booker T had gone, where the ‘real’ Booker T had gone. Lito goaded Booker into a match at Judgment Day, claiming that he wanted to bring the best back out of Booker T. However that wasn’t the way Booker’s friend Rhyno saw it. Rhyno sat backstage at Judgment Day and confronted Carlito, claiming that he wasn’t doing this for Booker, he was only doing this for himself, only doing this because he knows Booker’s confidence is shot. Carlito took exception to this and launched a scathing attack on the Man Beast, tossing him into a wall, leaving the ECW original fallen. The match would then see Lito go on to defeat Booker but it was only down to interference from Rhyno who looked to get payback on Carlito, only to inadvertently cost his friend.

Booker would let all that slide, recognising what went down earlier on in the night and vowing to take revenge on the Apple Spitter. Both men wanted their hands on Carlito and Rhyno would get his opportunity, taking on Carlito one on one on Smackdown and AGAIN Lito would steal a victory only this time, the roles were reversed as Booker inadvertently cost Rhyno. The two would again pass the incident off as nothing but Carlito began to play on it, trying to build tension between the friends and eventually, well eventually it worked a treat.

Lito would take on Rhyno in a No Disqualifications match, finally getting his chance to take out his rival but once again Booker T would get involved, trying to help Rhyno survive a steel chair shot but in the end it was Booker who would accidently club Rhyno with a chair, leading to ANOTHER Carlito victory. This one though wasn’t gonna pass and Rhyno in a shocking moment completely snapped, taking out his friend with a sickening assault, resulting in a brutal gore. Many thought it was heat of the moment but in the following weeks Rhyno has made it clear that is as far away from the truth as possible.

Rhyno has claimed that Booker has taken his spotlight for too long and that no longer would he be held back, no longer would he be looking out for others when all others do is look out for themselves. Booker was left speechless and this whole feud got real personal but the defining factor in all this on Sunday remains Carlito. Both Booker and Rhyno have remained focused on the Apple Spitter, recognising that he’s the instigator behind this and Carlito’s plan to turn the two on one another may very well end up coming back in his face on Sunday. Will the Apple Spitter walk out of Buffalo victorious once more? Can Booker T overcome his former friend and now foe, breaking free of his recent slump? Or will Rhyno’s new and ‘improved’ attitude catapult him to victory? It is certainly a delicate situation
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September 2, 2011
Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Tonight Smackdown emanates from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania! And after the events of last week, Smackdown General Manager Theodore Long has promised us that we will see some improvements in the way that the show is run, as his job is at risk if he doesn't. One of the promises we have already been told is that we will find out the final three participants in the Six-Pack Challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship at Night of Champions. Last week we saw Mark Henry and Wade Barrett qualify by defeating Sin Cara and Daniel Bryan, respectively. We however only know one of the matches that will determine a place, and that is "The Celtic Warrior" Sheamus taking on Jinder Mahal. Sheamus has had issues with Henry in the past few weeks, so Night of Champions would be a chance to prove himself against "The World's Strongest Man". As well as the promise for that match from Theodore Long, he has also informed us of another big announcement that he wants to make, and he says it is regarding the Smackdown in two weeks time that comes out of Toronto in Canada! That won't be all we have to hear from Theodore Long tonight, as Beth Phoenix was instructed by WWE COO Triple H that she had to apologize for her actions last week on Smackdown if she were to get what she wanted; A Divas Championship Match at Night of Champions. Will Phoenix swallow her pride and say sorry?

Last week, Randy Orton retained the World Heavyweight Championship in a brutal Falls Count Anywhere Match against Christian; a match that left the latter in a hospital. Although many see this as the end of the heated rivalry between the two, both men will be present tonight and we are bound to hear from them both, regarding where they go next. We know that Orton is headed to Night of Champions to defend his championship against five of Smackdown's elite, but what does the future hold for Captain Charisma? Will he manage to worm his way into the Six-Pack Challenge?

Last week Mark Henry qualified for the Six-Pack Challenge by defeating Sin Cara. Tonight, he will go one on one with Yoshi Tatsu. This is a great chance to build some momentum going into the Pay-Per-View.

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Date: 24th July 2005
Location: HSBC Arena, Buffalo, New York


WWE Championship: Fatal 4 Way Match:
John Cena© vs. Randy Orton vs. John Bradshaw Layfield vs. Kurt Angle


Since becoming the WWE Champion back at Wrestlemania, John Cena has been happy to take on any and all challengers. Well at The Great American Bash he will prove exactly that as he must defend his title against not one, not two but three opponents in the shape of the ‘Wrestling God’ John Bradshaw Layfield, the ‘Legend Killer’ Randy Orton and the ‘Wrestling Machine’ Kurt Angle.

Back towards the end of May, Orton, Angle and Bradshaw met in a Triple Threat Match where the winner would receive a WWE Title shot at the Smackdown: Night of Champions Special. Things weren’t quite so straightforward however as the special guest referee for this match? None other than the champion himself, John Cena. It would be an enthralling contest and the end result came in controversial circumstances as Kurt Angle appeared to have made Randy Orton tap out, however JBL had John Cena distracted. Angle began to celebrate, thinking the job was done but Cena, who was on the outside laying into JBL, didn’t see it that way, instead letting Angle know the match would continue. This of course riled the Olympic Gold Medalist who got in Cena’s face, only to be spun around into a thunderous RKO from Orton who would pick up the win.

Angle felt as though he was robbed, stating that Cena screwed him over because he didn’t want to face him, because he knows he can’t defeat him. JBL was also feeling robbed, believing that John Cena abused his power as a WWE official when he put his hands on him and that as a result Cena should be stripped of his title. Well that would not happen and Cena’s match with Orton was made official and once again it was full of controversy. Orton and Cena engaged in a terrific contest only for it to be ruined by the arrival of Angle and Bradshaw who would ambush both men before Angle turned on Bradshaw, leaving the Wall Street Warrior laid out also, Angle making a big statement.

The following week on Smackdown, Orton would face Cena again, knowing a victory would earn him another title shot at the Bash. However, we wouldn’t even get that far as Orton was left bloodied and battered backstage but by who was the question. Nobody knew, however there were two main suspects and those men were of course Angle and JBL. Teddy Long was left in a tough spot now, recognising he needed a main event for the Bash and that the main men to fill that hole would be JBL and Kurt Angle. Long gave in to their persuasion and made Cena versus Angle versus JBL in a Triple Threat match, whereby if Angle or JBL got the win, they would earn a title shot at the Bash. That match though, much like a week prior would end in chaos as Randy Orton re-emerged despite his earlier beat down and Orton took it to the prime suspects, leaving the referee to ring for the bell.

With anarchy ensuing week in, week out Teddy Long then made a blockbuster announcement that all three men would get their opportunity at the Bash in a Fatal 4 Way match. There will be no excuses now for any of these four men come Sunday night as they all get the shot they’ve been looking for. Will Cena once again overcome the obstacles in front of him? Will Randy Orton continue his recent roll since arriving on Friday nights? Will it be Kurt Angle who proves that John Cena can’t beat him and walk away with the gold? Or will the longest reigning WWE Champion in Smackdown history add another reign to his name? All four men have a strong possibility, you won’t want to miss out on this epic main event.


WWE United States Championship:
Orlando Jordan© vs. Matt Hardy


The 2005 draft lottery saw Matt Hardy headed over to the blue brand and he began his Smackdown career on a roll, knocking off any and all comers, that was until Judgment Day when Hardy would get a well deserved United States title opportunity against Orlando Jordan and it’d be one he’d fail to make the most of. Well, we say failed, more like, was screwed out of as the reigning champion stole a victory, using Hardy’s tights to score a three count. Hardy was incensed by this and pleaded with General Manager Teddy Long to give him another shot and T-Lo duly obliged, giving Hardy another opportunity on the Smackdown Night of Champions special.

This infuriated Orlando Jordan who proclaimed that having beaten Hardy already, he should head to the back of the line and work his way up again but Teddy Long would have none of it and made the match official. The match however would last a matter of seconds, literally. Matt Hardy made his way down to the ring only to be heinously assaulted by Jordan from behind. The champion proceeded to batter Hardy with some devastating shots before using the ring post and the steel steps to leave Hardy completely unconscious. Jordan then had the nerve, he had the audacity to roll Hardy inside the ring and start the match, pinning Hardy immediately.

At that point, things between the two got understandably personal as Hardy was ruled out of action for a couple of weeks due to injury but Hardy would come back with a bang and we learned that come the Bash, Hardy will receive his rightful rematch, a decision that angered Jordan once again. Jordan has vowed to prove once and for all that he is better than Hardy and that Hardy will never make the grade on his own, claiming he lives off his successful tag team run with brother Jeff. Will Jordan’s claims prove true this Sunday? Or will Hardy prove his doubters wrong and will it really be third time lucky in Buffalo for the man who ‘Will not Die’?


WWE Cruiserweight Championship:
Paul London© vs. The Hurricane


At Judgment Day Paul London retained his title, defeating the Mexican Warrior Chavo Guerrero in a hellacious battle which resulted in Guerrero blowing his final title opportunity. Since then a new challenger has emerged for Smackdown’s current champion and it comes in the shape of Friday night’s very own Superhero, The Hurricane. That doesn’t quite tell the whole story however.

Since Judgment Day Hurricane has been on a roll but that roll has been somewhat down to a constant interference on the part of Chavo Guerrero. Guerrero has targeted Hurricane to take the Cruiserweight title away from London but yet Chavo doesn’t actually believe Hurricane can do so. He believes that Gregory Helms can do so. Chavo has continuously put Hurricane down, stating that he’s nothing but a joke whilst he wears his costume and mask but that underneath all of that is one of, if not the best Cruiserweight in the world. Guerrero has tried to prove it to Hurricane also and to a degree it’s worked as Chavo has helped Hurricane win match after match despite Hurricane’s disapproval.

The crime fighting superstar’s winning streak earned him a shot at London back on the Night of Champions Smackdown special and Hurricane pleaded with Chavo to let him go it alone and Chavo obliged but Hurricane…lost. This just furthered Chavo’s point and in the end it appeared as though Hurricane was beginning to listen as he seemed to take more and more interest in what Guerrero had to say. Paul London however wasn’t buying it. London blasted Chavo for trying to interfere in things, stating that this was between him and Hurricane and that Chavo needed to back off. London then looked to persuade Hurricane that he can do things alone, that he can prove himself alone and London offered Hurricane a reprieve, offering him another shot at the Cruiserweight title, one one condition, he give London his word that he doesn’t listen to any of Chavo’s proposals. Hurricane accepted and the pair shook hands with the match now official, only for things to heat up between the two.

London stated that Hurricane would no doubt push him to his limit at the Bash, much like Night of Champions but the result would remain the same and he knew he could beat him. This seemed to irk Hurricane and a tad more aggression became apparent in the superhero’s demeanour as he demanded to know what London meant by ‘knowing’ he could beat him, Hurricane believing London thought he was an easy option. London completely denied that, claiming Hurricane had the wrong end of the stick but at that point it appeared that a switch inside Hurricane had been flicked.

The question remains this Sunday night, what role will Chavo Guerrero play here? Will Hurricane prove Paul London, prove Chavo himself wrong? Or will the champion prevail and perhaps just prove his own words, that he just ‘knows’ he can defeat the Superhero?


Two one One Handicap Match:
Bobby Lashley vs. Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki


Since debuting at Judgment Day Bobby Lashley has looked simply unstoppable, running through everyone in his path, remaining undefeated and sending shockwaves through the Smackdown roster with his dominance. The question was posed, who dare step up and challenge this dominant force? Well the answer came in the shape of Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki.

Dupree and Suzuki were both victims of Lashley’s undefeated streak and this seemed to anger the duo, resulting in them ambushing the ‘Real Deal’ after a match up several weeks ago on Friday Night Smackdown. Lashley has been a one man wrecking crew against each opponent he’s faced and Dupree and Suzuki seemingly realised that two on one may well be the only way necessary to deal with this monster. On Sunday we will find out first hand whether Lashley really is as unstoppable as portrayed or whether Dupree and Suzuki can indeed take Lashley down a peg or two and despite the numbers advantage, cause what would be a major upset in knocking off the ‘Real Deal’.


WWE Tag Team Championships:
(Melina is banned from ringside; If Mysterio and Van Dam lose, they will not receive another title opportunity)
MNM© vs. Rob Van Dam and Rey Mysterio


MNM have been on a crusade since arriving on Smackdown, a crusade towards gaining respect. The cocky A-List duo of Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro, along with Melina have been heavily impressive since coming to Friday nights, however they have done so without earning any plaudits due to their actions and attitude both in and outside of the ring. One man took exception to this, Rob Van Dam and he told MNM to buck their ideas up and start showing people the respect they deserve, him being one of them but this didn’t sit too well with the trio who simply stated that they are three of Hollywood’s finest and that they commanded respect.

Van Dam continued to be riled up by the arrogant young duo who staked their claim for the vacant tag team titles, even proclaiming they should be handed them. This again infuriated Van Dam and a match was made for Judgment Day, MNM against Van Dam and a partner of his choosing for the WWE Tag Team titles. Van Dam’s partner? None other than Rey Mysterio. At Judgment Day though it would be the newcomers who walked out with the gold, thanks to the calculating work of Melina on the outside who helped her boys reel in the gold. This only furthered the anger of RVD and Mysterio who demanded a rematch and Teddy Long agreed it was the right thing to do so on the Smackdown Night of Champions special, they got their wish as MNM would defend their titles once again against the high flying duo. Inwhat was a back and forth contest, yet again Melina would intervene and steal the victory for her boys for the second successive match which left both Van Dam and Mysterio dejected at these shenanigans.

With both men desperate for justice, desperate for a fair shot, Van Dam laid down the challenge, asking for one more title match and if they lose they will never again get another title shot whilst MNM are champions, however there was a catch. Van Dam and Mysterio wanted Melina GONE from ringside for this one. The two veterans claimed that the only way they were gonna earn the respect they ‘command’ was by doing things like men and beating them like men. To the shock of everybody Mercury and Nitro accepted the challenge, claiming they will prove to their opponents exactly what they’re capable of come the Bash.

You have to wonder just what MNM have in mind come Sunday, can they really do this alone or is a back up plan in mind for the Red Carpet stars? Or will it be Van Dam and Mysterio that finally taste the gold and finally put an end to MNM’s tampering antics? It really is do or die for the experienced duo, can they do it? We’ll find out this Sunday.


Six Man Tag Team Match:
The Mexicools vs. Chris Masters and The Pitbulls


Chris Masters came to Smackdown with a lot of people expecting big things from the impressive physical specimen that he is, however Masters hasn’t wuite hit the ground running and that’s down to three men, that’s down to the Mexicools. Juventud Guerrera, Psicosis and Super Crazy debuted on Smackdown following the draft and promised to bring some fun back into our Friday nights, their first act being to target the Masterpiece. The trio would shock Masters by defeating him each and every time they stepped in the ring with him, all three men getting a victory by outsmarting, out witting, out foxing the helpless Masters. The Mexicools even kidnapped Masters, keeping him as a ‘pet project’ for over a week.

The embarrassment was beginning to spiral out of control for Masters and he decided that he needed to even the odds a little, that he needed a helping hand and well, he got more than he bargained for as both Jamie Noble and Kid Kash, the Pitbulls came to his aid. After being beaten by Juvi Guerrera, Juvi along with Psicosis and Crazy were immediately jumped from behind by the dangerous duo of Noble and Kash as Masters then declared that the Mexicools playtime was over and that he and the Pitbulls were ready to take them by storm.

This Sunday it’s show time as the Mexicools get their first big chance to shine since coming to the WWE, they can keep up the impressive roll they’ve been on and once again upset Masters? Or will the evening of the odds now mean a shift in Masters fortunes and he and his associates pick up a defining win this Sunday? It promises to be a blockbuster.


Triple Threat Match:
Carlito vs. Booker T vs. Rhyno


In the build up to Judgment Day Carlito called out Booker T, questioning where the old Booker T had gone, where the ‘real’ Booker T had gone. Lito goaded Booker into a match at Judgment Day, claiming that he wanted to bring the best back out of Booker T. However that wasn’t the way Booker’s friend Rhyno saw it. Rhyno sat backstage at Judgment Day and confronted Carlito, claiming that he wasn’t doing this for Booker, he was only doing this for himself, only doing this because he knows Booker’s confidence is shot. Carlito took exception to this and launched a scathing attack on the Man Beast, tossing him into a wall, leaving the ECW original fallen. The match would then see Lito go on to defeat Booker but it was only down to interference from Rhyno who looked to get payback on Carlito, only to inadvertently cost his friend.

Booker would let all that slide, recognising what went down earlier on in the night and vowing to take revenge on the Apple Spitter. Both men wanted their hands on Carlito and Rhyno would get his opportunity, taking on Carlito one on one on Smackdown and AGAIN Lito would steal a victory only this time, the roles were reversed as Booker inadvertently cost Rhyno. The two would again pass the incident off as nothing but Carlito began to play on it, trying to build tension between the friends and eventually, well eventually it worked a treat.

Lito would take on Rhyno in a No Disqualifications match, finally getting his chance to take out his rival but once again Booker T would get involved, trying to help Rhyno survive a steel chair shot but in the end it was Booker who would accidently club Rhyno with a chair, leading to ANOTHER Carlito victory. This one though wasn’t gonna pass and Rhyno in a shocking moment completely snapped, taking out his friend with a sickening assault, resulting in a brutal gore. Many thought it was heat of the moment but in the following weeks Rhyno has made it clear that is as far away from the truth as possible.

Rhyno has claimed that Booker has taken his spotlight for too long and that no longer would he be held back, no longer would he be looking out for others when all others do is look out for themselves. Booker was left speechless and this whole feud got real personal but the defining factor in all this on Sunday remains Carlito. Both Booker and Rhyno have remained focused on the Apple Spitter, recognising that he’s the instigator behind this and Carlito’s plan to turn the two on one another may very well end up coming back in his face on Sunday. Will the Apple Spitter walk out of Buffalo victorious once more? Can Booker T overcome his former friend and now foe, breaking free of his recent slump? Or will Rhyno’s new and ‘improved’ attitude catapult him to victory? It is certainly a delicate situation
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September 2, 2011
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Tonight Smackdown emanates from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania! And after the events of last week, Smackdown General Manager Theodore Long has promised us that we will see some improvements in the way that the show is run, as his job is at risk if he doesn't. One of the promises we have already been told is that we will find out the final three participants in the Six-Pack Challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship at Night of Champions. Last week we saw Mark Henry and Wade Barrett qualify by defeating Sin Cara and Daniel Bryan, respectively. We however only know one of the matches that will determine a place, and that is "The Celtic Warrior" Sheamus taking on Jinder Mahal. Sheamus has had issues with Henry in the past few weeks, so Night of Champions would be a chance to prove himself against "The World's Strongest Man". As well as the promise for that match from Theodore Long, he has also informed us of another big announcement that he wants to make, and he says it is regarding the Smackdown in two weeks time that comes out of Toronto in Canada! That won't be all we have to hear from Theodore Long tonight, as Beth Phoenix was instructed by WWE COO Triple H that she had to apologize for her actions last week on Smackdown if she were to get what she wanted; A Divas Championship Match at Night of Champions. Will Phoenix swallow her pride and say sorry?

Last week, Randy Orton retained the World Heavyweight Championship in a brutal Falls Count Anywhere Match against Christian; a match that left the latter in a hospital. Although many see this as the end of the heated rivalry between the two, both men will be present tonight and we are bound to hear from them both, regarding where they go next. We know that Orton is headed to Night of Champions to defend his championship against five of Smackdown's elite, but what does the future hold for Captain Charisma? Will he manage to worm his way into the Six-Pack Challenge?

Last week Mark Henry qualified for the Six-Pack Challenge by defeating Sin Cara. Tonight, he will go one on one with Yoshi Tatsu. This is a great chance to build some momentum going into the Pay-Per-View.

This week, we have been told that Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase are going to present us with another "Intercontinental Championship Challenge". So far we have seen Yoshi Tatsu and William regal try but ultimately fail to earn themselves an Intercontinental Championship opportunity. Last week though, we saw that DiBiase is not afraid to get himself involved, as he was the one that cost William Regal the chance of a title match. Whoever accepts the challenge tonight must be prepared to fend off not just Rhodes but DiBiase also.

Justin Gabriel got a victory over his former tag team partner on Smackdown last week. Tonight, he looks to carry on his winning ways against the fierce Tyson Kidd.


Confirmed for Smackdown:

Six-Pack Challenge Qualifying Match:
"The Celtic Warrior" Sheamus vs Jinder Mahal w/ The Great Khali

Two More Qualifying Matches

Theodore Long's Announcements; Will Beth Phoenix apologize?

Intercontinental Championship Challenge:
Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes w/ Ted DiBiase vs ???

"The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry vs Yoshi Tatsu

Justin Gabriel vs Yoshi Tatsu


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World Heavyweight Title Match
Chris Benoit (c) vs Chris Jericho

At Vengeance history will be made when Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho defend their tag team titles against La Resistance but later on they will go on to compete against each other for the world heavyweight title. Over the course of their careers, their paths have crossed countless times but this time at Vengeance the stakes are even higher. Not only do they have to co-exist in their tag team title defence, we will see a great classic match up between these two great athletes. The last time these two great stars went at it Chris Jericho ended up victorious by defeating Chris Benoit for the Intercontinental Title. Will history repeat itself at Vengeance or will Chris Benoit who holds 2 titles be victorious at Vengeance?

SummerSlam title shot on the line
Randy Orton vs The Rock

This epic rivalry will finally come to a head this Sunday when Randy Orton and The Rock come face to face in a one on one match for the first time ever, who will walk out this Sunday the winner? And who will walk out the lesser man in these clash of 2 of the greatest third-generation superstars to ever grace a WWE ring as their accomplishments are endless, similar careers, as this match is more than pride as it is personal as it is the Legend vs. the Legend Killer? Randy Orton has been on a major roll as he retired The Rock's best friend Mick Foley. Randy Orton then went on to become the King of The Ring. With Orton's Intercontinental title not on the line but his SummerSlam title shot on the line, will The Rock finally put a stop to Orton's winning run or will Orton add The Great One to his legend killer list?

Shawn Michaels vs Ric Flair

Two legendary performers will clash once again as The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels meets The Nature Boy Ric Flair. Ric Flair already holds a victory over Shawn Michaels as he defeated Shawn Michaels last year at Badd Blood but that was due to interference from Randy Orton. This time, Flair vows to beat Michaels again to prove he is better than HBK. Shawn Michaels vows to kick Ric Flair’s teeth down his throat and prove he’s the better man. Just who will walk out this Sunday the winner?

No Disqualification Match
HHH vs William Regal

This rivalry is born out of not only Vengeance but pure hatred between these 2 men as these two stars were once a team but now times have changed. Now HHH is the leader of Evolution and William Regal is the mentor of Eugene. This Sunday these 2 men come face to face this Sunday in a NO-DQ match. This match is not only about proving just who's better, this match is about pride, about respect, about hatred as these 2 men despise one another and will do anything to tear each other apart. Just which man will gain their vengeance, Regal? Or HHH?

Plus Eric Bischoff vows to each his nephew Eugene a lesson when Eugene takes on The Animal Batista. Victoria will face her toughest title defence to date when she defends her title in a 5 pack challenge. Also Rene Dupree will take on Charlie Haas. Plus will we get an answer from Paul Heyman at Vengeance? Will the match with Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman still take place on this coming Monday on the draft show?

Full Card for Vengeance

World Heavyweight Title Match
Chris Benoit (c) vs Chris Jericho

SummerSlam title shot on the line
Randy Orton vs The Rock

Ric Flair vs Shawn Michaels

No Disqualification Match: HHH vs William Regal

Batista vs Eugene

Tag Team Title Match
Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho (c) vs La Resistance

Charlie Haas vs Rene Dupree

Womens Title 5 Pack Challenge
Victoria © vs Lita vs Molly vs Jazz vs Gail Kim


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The Wrestling world was shocked last night as a modern day screwjob was had at Wrestlemania 2000, Vince McMahon was meant to be in the Rock's corner in the Four Way Dance for the coveted WWF title, but instead costed him the bout' with a chairshot. Rumors have been going wild all night as to what might be Vince's agenda and reason for doing so, with several sights saying that the WWF in the last minute changed their mind about giving the Royal Rumble winner, the Rock the title because of an injury that he must have sustained just before the event. Unfortunately, these are just guesses by sites and random stabs in the dark and none of it is confirmed as of yet.

Speaking of injuries, Stone Cold Steve Austin and the Undertaker who have been sidelined since last year have been cleared to return to the ring! According to most sources it's just a matter of time before either turn up and the WWF are just waiting for the right moment.

Over on the WCW side of the Wrestling World, things aren't looking too good. WCW has their 'Spring Stampede' PPV coming up in exactly two weeks on April 16th and they have a lot of work to do if they want to keep up with the WWF's red-hot status with the aftermath of Wrestlemania. Chances are with more people wanting to tune in to Raw tomorrow night ot find out what happens after Wrestlemania, rather than what is going on, on Nitro people predict the ratings to be a bit lopsided as we head into the Summer and word on the street is that quite a few of the WCW Alumni, mainly the lower and mid card want out before the ship sinks completely.

Speaking of April 16th, Extreme Championship Wrestling has a PPV of their own on that exact same date - Wrestlepalooza. WCW don't find ECW to be much of a threat but it will be interesting to see how things pan out.

After Wrestlemania, several fans have reported seeing and taking pictures of Lita walking and talking with the Hardy Boys, Matt and Jeff. No news yet about what it was all about, but if what has been happening on SmackDown and Raw the past few weeks between Lita and Essa Rios is any indication, things aren't looking too good between them.

And lastly, Mick Foley was interviewed after Wrestlemania about what he plans on doing with himself now that he is out of the WWF, after losing his job in a Hell in a Cell match against Triple H back at No Way Out and only competing at Wrestlemania in a one time special attraction sort of thing. Foley said he wants to spend time with his family now that he can, work on a book he has been writing - "Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks" and just lay-back and watch the WWF at home as a casual fan.

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