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WWE Capitol Punishment Preview

WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth

Almost a month ago on Raw, R-Truth won the right to face John Cena for the WWE Championship in a triple threat match also containing Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger. The subsequent feud he built with Cena was about the fans just as much as the two wrestlers themselves. Truth has said lots about how he doesn’t care about the fans anymore and how the fans never got him anywhere, while Cena has been on the fans’ side, as he has been for the majority of his career. Truth has been causing trouble on Raw these past few weeks, smoking cigarettes and attacking others with a lead pipe, which he used to lay out Cena this past Monday. Truth is out to capture the WWE Championship in his first title match while Cena is out to shut R-Truth up and show him that the fans are what matter. Who will walk away a champion?

World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match)

This rivalry started off after Extreme Rules, where Christian won his first ever World Heavyweight Championship, beating Alberto Del Rio after previous titleholder Edge was forced to retire. On Christian’s first Smackdown as champion, Randy Orton defeated him for his title and he was shattered, his boyhood dream crushed after a few measly days. At the Over The Limit pay per view last month, Christian won his title back though and Randy has not been happy about it. Orton immediately invoked his rematch clause on the first Smackdown after the event and Teddy Long decided to heat things up this time, making the match a 30 Minute Ironman match. That night ended with an RKO to Christian but the next week the champ outsmarted Orton and ended the show with him celebrating. Their contract signing a week later heated things up, bringing up topics such as passion, age and success and it ended with Christian putting Orton through a table. Two days ago though, the final Smackdown before tonight ended once again with Randy Orton kissing the World Heavyweight Championship after laying out Christian with the Rope Hung DDT. Tonight, for half an hour, these two enemies will face each other in the ring with no excuses, but who will prove himself as the ultimate champion?

United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan

Kofi Kingston was originally going to face either Drew McIntyre or Dolph Ziggler at Capitol Punishment but this past week on Raw, The Straight Edge Society made it clear that Kofi would be facing one of them. After being threatened by their leader CM Punk, Kofi agreed to defend his title against the Society’s largest member, Mason Ryan. Will Kofi be able to keep his United States Championship going up against literally his biggest competition so far?

Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson

A few months ago, The Corre looked like one of the most powerful groups that the WWE had seen in a long time. However, Wade Barrett’s unfulfilled promise of having “no leader” made Ezekiel Jackson leave the group and rebel against Barrett. Big Zeke had a title match at Over The Limit but Barrett kept his title after a disqualification ending, and Jackson immediately made it clear he wanted another title shot. He eventually did get his shot but not until he defeated Corre members Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel in a handicap match. Barrett has had some issues with his stable mates in the past few weeks but they look to have been resolved, as the trio beat down Big Zeke on the last Smackdown before Capitol Punishment. Once friends, now foes, either Wade Barrett or Ezekiel Jackson will walk out of the pay per view as the Intercontinental Champion, but which one will it be?

Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

This match stemmed from the aforementioned triple threat main event almost four weeks ago on Raw. Alberto Del Rio only had Jack Swagger to blame for his loss and he got his revenge, attacking Swagger backstage that night. At this point Del Rio was done but Swagger wasn’t going to let him get away with it, challenging him to a match at Capitol Punishment and Del Rio accepted after Swagger called him a coward. This last week on Raw saw Del Rio say that accepting the challenge was a mistake and Jack Swagger came out to talk some sense into him, only to be beaten down by Del Rio and his personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez. Later, Swagger cost Del Rio a match against the returning John Morrison and now both men are out for revenge. This match is only about one thing, making the other man suffer, but who will get the pinfall in what is sure to be a violent affair?

#1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match)

This match was made after Sheamus complained to Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long that nobody was getting title shots apart from Randy Orton and Christian. Long immediately announced a Fatal 4 Way match for Capitol Punishment where the winner would get the next shot at the World Heavyweight Championship. Sheamus was the first to qualify for the match, defeating The Great Khali, before Sin Cara defeated Ted DiBiase to qualify. The next week Daniel Bryan defeated Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes defeated Shelton Benjamin and Wade Barrett in a Triple Threat match to also qualify. A brawl with the four men followed the next week before this last week on Smackdown, Cara defeated Rhodes and Bryan defeated Sheamus. With all four men vying for a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship, the question is: who wants it most?

Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma

It was a childhood dream for Kelly Kelly to win the Divas Championship, and everybody was happy for her when she did so at Over The Limit, defeating Brie Bella. However, Kharma was also a force running through the divas division, laying out everyone and not sparing a soul. Kelly managed to avoid Kharma for a while before she was eventually caught and Kharma’s intentions at a title match were made known. The final Raw before Capitol Punishment ended with Kharma holding up the Divas Championship and laughing. Will Kharma’s first ever WWE match see her end Kelly’s dream title run, or can the champion defy all the odds and slay the beast?
Capitol Punishment is finally posted in my thread, WWE: The TwoThousandAndEleven Diaries!

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"You want to know what I think? I think that Steve Austin is an asshole, Vince McMahon is an asshole, and Barack Obama is a stupid son of a bitch. Fuck that stupid n****r Obama, fuck the goverment, and fuck the U-S-A."
Andy Leavine, WWE Summer Slam, August 15th, 2011

"Due to Mr.Leavine's awful, slanderous comment towards the president of these United States, I can inform you that his contract with World Wrestling Entertainment has been terminated, and he will never be spoken of on this show again."
Vince McMahon, WWE RAW, August 16th, 2011

"Wrestling was, and still is my passion. I'd of loved to wrestle for the rest of my life, but when Vince comes up to you and says "Andy, We need you. I have a cheque for $10 Million in my pocket, and it's yours if you do something for me."
Andy Leavine, POW Magazine, August 15th, 2021

"Rock, John Cena, Steve Austin, it wasn't enough. It wasn't drawing the numbers I wanted, but I knew, if I could start some controversy, enough to shake up the f***ing white house?I'd damn sure do it. What I asked him to do? Was it right? Hell no. But the next night on RAW? 17.5 rating. A fith of America watched that evening, and anyone wants to tell me I shouldn't of done it, they're stupid."
Triple H, POW Magazine, August 15th, 2021

"Had the entire world, wrestling or otherwise, tuning in to RAW the next night, desperate to see the outcome, and even though it ended that night with no storylines or matches, it lead to so many of those who just tuned in out of interest in the biggest event in the World right now, discover that they enjoyed pro wrestling. Damn, Paul's a clever b*****d.
John Cena, POW Magazine, August 15th, 2021

I knew it all along, they didn't cut his microphone. F***ing knew it. Ten years on, and the truth comes out? Or maybe I'm wrong, it's not the truth, and he's f***ing playing us again? Who knows? I mean, I was in the WWE at the time, and I still have no clue!
Steve Austin, POW Magazine, August 15th, 2021

Who'd of thunk it? The most controversial promo in the history of the WWE, wasn't cut by Steve Austin, The Rock, Vince McMahon or even CM Punk. It was cut by 2011 Tough Enough winner Andy Leavine, and it was all Triple H's idea. The WWE faced a hell of a lot of backlash, despite everyone in the World thinking it was a shoot. Leavine became one of the most hated men in America, but he claims, once the truth was revealed, that his family and two of his friends knew the truth, and the pay was well worth it. The Leavine controversy was the single greatest thing to happen in the WWE and wrestling as a whole, bringing in over 4.2 million new fans (credit: PWInsider survey) to Wrestling. With a whole new audience, how would the next ten years play out, with one of the most anticipated Wrestlemania matches of all time coming up, one can only begin to imagine the buy rates. So whilst patriots riot outside of WWE HQ, Triple H is rolling around in hundred dollar bills, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to a new era, welcome to the most watched time in WWE history, welcome to WWE: The aftermath of the most controversial moment in the history of Wrestling.

What do you guys think of this for an opening post? Does it intereast you? Also, no offence to any black people on this forum, I highly doubt Andy is a racist, and neither am I.

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WWE 2009 - Bridging The Gap

WWE Friday Night Smackdown Preview, April 24th 2009

'Under New Management'

Four for Four

In an absolutely HUGE main event set for Smackdown this week, The Legacy and Edge will team up to take on Rey Mysterio, MVP, Batista and John Cena in an 8 man tag team match! After an explosive Raw that saw all 8 men mix it up with each other throughout the show and the hostility between both sides, the Ford Center will be at boiling point come Friday night. Just who will get the upper hand as we head into Backlash this Sunday?

Second Chances

JBL and seemingly his newfound protégée, Jack Swagger, have found themselves embroiled in the epic rivalry between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels. What his master couldn’t do on Raw, Swagger has vowed to do on Smackdown. In what will be one of the biggest matches of the young man’s career, will the All American American prove to the world that he has what it takes to hang with the best in the business? And what, if any role, will The Heartbreak Kid have to play in all of this? HBK unsuccessfully tried to interfere in the Deadman’s match against JBL this Monday night. Will he strike again or wait for the epic rematch at Backlash?

Boys in the Hood

Unified Tag Team Champions, The Miz and John Morrison have been on a verbal rampage since Wrestlemania with their so called Quest for Competition. This week the duo has challenged Cryme Tyme to a match in the hopes of striking another WWE tag team off their list. Will Cryme Tyme become number 2 or will the tag champions finally get what many believe they have coming to them?


Perhaps the biggest news of the week was Chris Jericho’s announcement on Raw, that he was going to reveal the Smackdown General Manager this Friday night! WWE.COM has exclusively learned that the new GM will be in attendance to usher in a new era for Smackdown in the WWE. The blue brand is set for an historic night. With the huge tag team main event match and the revelation of the new GM, this show is a must see for every WWE fan.

Also in action, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, CM Punk, The Big Show, Rey Mysterio and more! Tune in this Friday for an unmissable edition of Smackdown!


The Legacy & Edge vs. Rey Mysterio, MVP, Batista & John Cena

Jack Swagger vs. The Undertaker

The Miz & John Morrison vs. Cryme Tyme

Chris Jericho reveals the new Smackdown General Manager

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WWE: There's No Turning Back Now

Two Thousand and Eleven - A year which saw a huge slump in ratings, profit and appeal in the leader of the Sports Entertainment industry, WWE. A company which was founded in 1952 saw the highest of highs and the lowest of lows but since the turn of the decade, things hadn't been looking WWE's way at all.

One bright side of the upcoming year for Vince McMahon's empire was the guaranteed match that would be taking place at Wrestlemania 28 which pitted the biggest star of this generation against the biggest star of the last generation - John Cena vs. The Rock! The match was confirmed just twenty four hours after the Wrestlemania 27 event, thus allowing the match to be build up over the course of the year to truly give it the "big match" feel which it appropriately deserved. However, the worst happened. The worst think Vince McMahon, WWE creative and the WWE superstars themselves could ever think of, happened. At the 2012 Royal Rumble, John Cena reinjured and torn his right pectoral muscle, similar to his injury he suffered in the October of 2007. Unlike that injury though, John Cena wouldn't be returning after four months, he wouldn't even be returning after six months... After a week full of scans and tests from the most capable surgeons in the world, the minimum amount of time John Cena was going to be injured for was ten months: Putting him on the sidelines until the end of the calendar year. The main event of Wrestlemania 28 and arguably the biggest match since The Rock vs. Hulk Hogan was ruined and a year’s worth of planning, ruined.

The WWE's biggest star and biggest draw was injured and out for the forseeable future was bad enough but the "go-to" men in the WWE, the experienced and reliable draws weren’t in good condition either. Triple H, a former 13 time World Champion and Son-in-law of the chairman announced his retirement after Wrestlemania 28 and the shocking, unplanned retirement of Mark Calaway, known as The Undertaker, caught the wrestling world by surprise as he wrestled his last match against Christian at Wrestlemania. Even his "kayfabe" brother, Kane announced that he was retiring in the Summer as well as 7 Foot, 485 pound monster The Big Show told the WWE staff that he wanted to retire by Summer so he could spend some time with his family. All of that, on top of rumoured retirements of Chris Jericho, William Regal and Rey Mysterio within the next two years seriously put Vince McMahon, Stephanie, Triple H and WWE creative on notice as they knew they were being backed in to a corner, a dark lonely corner.

There was one shining light, however, and that was the World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. Randy was drawing consistent ratings on the blue brand and was champion since five days after Extreme Rules after defeating Christian for the title. That doesn't mean that there weren't plans to push someone else, though. Orton's ego grew larger and larger and it had been noticed since mid-2010. Throughout 2010, 2011 and 2012 one man had been pushed beyond the limit to become the next star in the WWE. He was the focal point of the biggest storyline in 2010 and one of the biggest in wrestling history, and he was a guaranteed star. He had charisma, he was over and he had the in-ring skills to match but when he had his shot at Wrestlemania against the World Heavyweight Champion... Orton's ego got in the way and because of politics and the stroke he had, he managed to convince the WWE higher-ups that it would be better for him to overcome the next big star, Wade Barrett, who only needed one significant win to be placed in to the elite of the industry.


So here we are. Wrestlemania 28 is just behind us and the WWE made the most out of what they had, which is exactly what they have been doing for the past four years. However, with a shake-about backstage as well as a reignited flame and a motive for every superstar and staff member backstage, Vince, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, WWE Creative and Shane McMahon (who recently jumped back on board after failing his own personal ventures) vowed that 2012 and 2013 would be different to previous years and that it was time for change! Who will rise to the top? Who will fail? Who will fall victim to politics and who will be at the top of the food chain? For now, we can't exactly answer these questions but all we know is that...


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This week, on EPW ON HBO:

We are just two weeks away from EPW's long awaited first pay per view, Still Barely Legal, and one of the most anticipated matches of the night has got to be Rob Van Dam taking on Shane Douglas in a Hardcore match! Ever since EPW first hit the air waves, these two extreme titans have been dying to get their hands over, but before they get that chance, they first must wrestle in "Pick your Poison" matches, where their opponents at SBL have hand picked who they will face! This week, we will have the first of those in our main event! We know that Rob Van Dam will be in the match, but we have no idea who "The Franchise" has picked as his opponent! Will the element of surprise prove too much for RVD, or will it be "Mr Monday Night" with his arm raised at the end of the night?

A few weeks back, Paul London & Brian Kendrick won a match to earn the right to face Mexico's Most Wanted for the EPW Tag Team Titles at Still Barely Legal. However, a lot of people have questioned London and Kendrick's ability to capture the titles at the big show, so London & Kendrick issued an open challenge this week, which the team of Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov accepted. The question now is did London & Kendrick make a mistake issuing this challenge? The "Moscow Mauler" has a long history of putting people on the shelf, and that's the last thing London & Kendrick need just weeks before their big title match!

Plus, Philadelphia Wrestling Circuit had their first show not that long ago, and this week on EPW, we will be showing some of the big highlights from that show!

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Monday Night Raw | July 1st 2002 | Manchester, New Hampshire

"D-X or not to D-X..."

Raw this week continues off from what was scheduled to be a blockbuster of a Raw last week, and it didn't disappoint. So many questions left unanswered, so many confrontations expected, this week is a can't miss show as we draw ever closer to Vengeance later on in the month and eventually over to the biggest Pay Per View of the Summer- Summerslam.

This past week featured Vince McMahon open up the broadcast as he promised to name a new Raw General Manager, a new sheriff in town so to speak by the end of the night- replacing the newly fired Ric Flair. Vince would reveal towards the end of the night that the Raw General Manager is Shawn Michaels, who returned from a four year sabbatical from the ring. Shawn would explain that he is here to shake things up but he is in no-way capable of getting back in the ring since his back injury that sidelined him in 1998. Towards the end of the show Shawn announced that he didn't come to Raw alone and he brought via a trade, over from Smackdown! his good buddy, Triple H. Triple H and Shawn would hug and raise each others hands in the ring as the show went off the air. Thus raising the question, are Shawn and 'Hunter' back together? are we going to see the reuniting of D-Generation X here tonight? or are other things in store for the duo?

Brock Lesnar has one hell of a week, with Paul Heyman at his side he began last Sunday by winning the King of the Ring tournament, he then went onto decimate Rob Van Dam on Raw before appearing on Smackdown! to cause a distraction and cost the reigning Undisputed Champion, the Undertaker his match against the United States Champion, Kurt Angle. As a result, Kurt got himself a World Title match at the Undertaker at Vengeance, with Brock facing the winner at Summerslam. With both Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker in the building things are sure to get personal as the Undertaker is presumably not going to be in a good mood at all, and will want a piece of him. If these two collide on Raw will anyone be able to get in between them and break it up? where will Kurt Angle be in all of this?

Also on Raw last week, former tag team champion and former A.P.A member, Bradshaw received an envelope. What Bradshaw got was unknown to the public however, all the camera saw was an ecstatic Bradshaw leave the locker room with a smile on his face from ear-to-ear. Bradshaw has promised that he will reveal the contents of his package and will be here tonight. What could it be? How will it affest the Raw brand?

Last week William Regal, wrestling technician defeated Hardcore Holly. Making him tap out. Regal would have his protégé, "Mr. Harvard", Christopher Nowinski at ringisde taking notes on how to 'get the job done' according to Regal. Nowinski this week will be up against D'Lo Brown with Regal in his corner, by his side. With Nowinski making his in-ring debut on Raw how will things pan out for him as he goes up against an in-ring vet like D'lo? Or has the self proclaimed genius, Mr. Harvard devised a plan of sorts, and done his studying.

Expect all this and more including appearances from Kevin Nash, Matt Hardy, Booker T, Steve Richards, Bubba Ray Dudley and many more.
Took me a while but this has been posted here --> World Wrestling Entertainment: The 2002 Diaries
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