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Last week, Wahoo McDaniel stunned the wrestling world when he turned on his best friend Roddy Piper and joined up with JJ Dillon Enterprises. This week, Wahoo will be on 'Slam!' to explain his actions.


- Madusa vs. Molly Holly

- Dallas Page vs. 'Bad Boy' Brunzell

- The debut of the Nasty Boys

- Hugh Morrus vs. Grog


Ep. 113 of 'Slam!' will be posted Monday or Tuesday.

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World Wrestling Entertainment Presents:
No Way Out Preview!
Sunday February 8th 2009
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Las Vegas, Nevada

Three weeks ago at the Royal Rumble, then five nights later on Smackdown, matches between John Cena & CM Punk were both meant to be their 'final encounter' for the World Heavyweight Championship. The same now goes for their match scheduled for tomorrow night in Las Vegas when CM Punk defends his world title against Cena inside a steel cage, as ordered by Mr. McMahon after Punk gave his daughter Stephanie the GTS two weeks ago. All three matches between these two for the world title have ended in controversy and the returning Chairman of the Board has ensured that we will finally discover who deserves to be World Champion by surrounding the ring with the unforgiving steel. It's fair to say that Punk isn't happy that he has to defend the title against Cena again, still believing it's an agenda to make Cena champion instead, somewhat proved by Stephanie's actions at Night of Champions in a quick count that saw Cena crowned new World Heavyweight Champion. Cena however didn't want any part of it and forfeited the title on Smackdown several days later, leading to the supposed final encounter at the Rumble three weeks ago.

The Straight-Edge Superstar wasn't about to stand by and see himself screwed out of the title, so he recruited a long time acquaintance in Homicide to help him get the job done. The then General Manager of Smackdown, Tazz tried to even it up but instead hit Cena by mistake with a steel chair when aiming for Punk who was goading into hitting him. Stephanie was furious and Tazz subsequently quit due to her constant interference, and Punk was about to eliminate Stephanie when Homicide again was a factor in his rematch with Cena two weeks back. After the match he & Stephanie again had words, leading to the GTS that has seen Stephanie stay away from Smackdown ever since. It did however bring the shock return of her father Mr. McMahon who returned with a vengeance, making this huge cage match to settle once & for all who should be World Heavyweight Champion. He's sworn he won't be a factor in the outcome as Stephanie was and is happy for Punk to be champion if he can beat Cena.

Is Vince being truthful? If so, who will come out on top between Cena & Punk in their final encounter and head into Wrestlemania as the defending World Champion?

We're still buzzing from the amazing Royal Rumble match from three weeks ago where for the first time ever the WWE Championship was defended. The odds clearly implied a new champion would be crowned and there was in 'The Heartbreak Kid' Shawn Michaels. The Showstopper lasted the entire match to win his third Rumble, taking the WWE title from his long time friend, Triple H. The Game was forced into defending his title from the number one spot, and he wasn't able to go the entire way like the new WWE Champion despite going a long way. He became the 27th elimination when Randy Orton made sure it wouldn't be the most impressive title defence in history. The King got even, distracting Orton, leading to his elimination by Michaels. It came down to Michaels & The Undertaker, and both Orton & Taker will be out to fight for another opportunity for a shot at the WWE title along with Chris Jericho & Triple H in this fatal four-way elimination match.

Two weeks ago on Raw both Taker & Jericho booked their spots in the number one contender match but Orton & Triple H fought to a no contest after an RKO through the announce table on The Game. It left Eric Bischoff with a difficult decision to make as to who would fill the final spot in what was supposed to be a triple threat match, but the WWE Champion himself almost pleaded with Bischoff to give both Orton & Triple H the chance too. Bischoff listened to the champion and didn't stop there, making Mr. Wrestlemania the special guest referee, meaning the fate of all four potential challengers lies in the hands of the man they're all looking to meet at Wrestlemania for the richest prize in the industry. It's fair to say that there's tension between Michaels and both Triple H & Jericho, and Orton's still hell bent it would seem on getting even with The Game for putting him on the shelf for a couple of months at Survivor Series. With four former WWE Champions going at it where only one can survive with the current champion in charge, it sure is one match that you sure won't want to miss.

Who will be the last man standing in Vegas? Who will be the one to go on to Wrestlemania and challenge Mr. Wrestlemania on the stage he excels at?

Ever since debuting on Raw last summer, 'The Celtic Warrior' Sheamus has been mighty impressive, quickly becoming the Intercontinental Champion in September. He's only suffered pinfall defeats at the hands of The Undertaker & Kofi Kingston, but he made up for the surprise defeat to Kofi by defeating him to retain his title at Night of Champions. He has however let his frustration get the better of him in the last three weeks after Rey Mysterio eliminated him in the Royal Rumble match to deny the Irishman's goal of replicating The Ultimate Warrior's feat of holding both the WWE & Intercontinental titles at the same time. Sheamus's response was to drag Rey out of the match and beat the hell out of him, ensuring Rey couldn't continue in the Rumble. He wasn't done there though.

24 hours later on Raw he attacked Rey once more as he & Mystico were defending their World Tag Team titles against The Epitome of Excellence in a match that had no disqualifications after the controversy in their previous title match at Night of Champions. The furious Irishman's attack was so severe that Rey was taken to a local medical facility, suffering cracked ribs, leaving Rey's partner, Mystico absolutely livid. He went about getting his hands on Sheamus two weeks ago but they were separated by officials, leading to the Intercontinental Champion calling him out this past Monday night. What he did get however was Eric Bischoff who informed him that he would have to deal with his actions when he defends his title against Mystico in Las Vegas tomorrow evening. What The Celtic Warrior didn't count on was Mystico appearing out of the crowd to catch him by surprise, realising that he can't afford to let the Mexican get the better of him again when the title is on the line 24 hours from now.

Will Sheamus pay for costing Rey & Mystico their titles by losing his own? There'll be a big crowd hoping so, that's for sure!

Michael Cole & Matt Striker said it best on Friday night that since becoming the first ever Diva's Champion at The Great American Bash last July, Beth Phoenix has looked very comfortable as champion until recently. The arrival of the rather eccentric O.D.B. has brought some chaos to the diva's division and she's definitely got under the skin of The Glamazon. In recent years it's Beth who's intimidated many divas, but now she finds herself up against someone who's not in the least bit afraid or intimidated by her. No one has managed to defeat O.D.B. on Smackdown and The Glamazon will have a mighty task on her hands to do just that when she meets O.D.B. one-on-one for the first time tomorrow night.

Will she be able to inflict the first defeat of O.D.B's Smackdown career or will The Glamazon's comfortable title reign come to an end?

It's going to be the first time we see a TLC match decided by either pinfall or submission which is fitting given the significance & history of Edge & Christian as well as this match. They helped make the now highly anticipated TLC match just that all those years ago when they were record setting tag team champions, but now they're anything but a team. The Canadian siblings are both hell bent on beating each other. Christian has been out to prove he has what it takes to achieve what his older brother has in his absence, fighting his way to world titles & Wrestlemania main events.

Edge however is out to settle the score for losing to Christian at Summerslam and show his brother it was a one-off and he will always be in his shadow. Another defeat to Christian would be unthinkable for The Rated-R Superstar but for Captain Charisma it would put him in serious contention for the world title shot he's dreamed of for so long. With Wrestlemania just around the corner it could be the perfect opportunity to stake a case for a shot at the gold either John Cena or CM Punk will carry into the United Kingdom for the 25th anniversary of the biggest night in sports entertainment.

It was Christian's idea to make the challenge but will it be a decision he regrets or one that will put him on the road to becoming one of the biggest superstars in the company? Whichever way it turns out it's bound to be one hell of a fight and a brutal one with so much at stake.

If there was a Slammy award for the most bitter or jealous superstar at the end of last year, Ted DiBiase will most likely have won it. The award he wanted & felt he deserved was that of 'Breakthrough Star of the Year' which went to Matt Sydal, the United States Champion at the time and the current King of the Ring. Unfortunately for Sydal when their paths crossed at the Royal Rumble, DiBiase's bitterness got the better of him and took it out on Sydal, so much so that he was advised not to defend his title against Dolph Ziggler.

Despite a brave effort he fell short of retaining it, but he wasn't about to let DiBiase get away for his part in losing the title he fought so hard to win & keep. As DiBiase later went on to win the Royal Rumble, the now former United States Champion made his way out to try & get his hands on him. The distraction as DiBiase entered the ring led to Ted being eliminated in a flash by Bob Backlund, something DiBiase hasn't got over ever since. He blames Sydal for costing him the chance to be WWE Champion and with Sydal ready to go once again they'll both be out for some serious revenge, but who will get it?

We all know who the fans voted for to be the Breakthrough Star of 2008, but will Sydal win this match too to further anger DiBiase?

The rivalry between the fellow British groups on Smackdown has grown & grown for months & months, even after Harry Smith's ankle was broken last December at the hands of The Empire. We saw Paul Burchill & Smith's stand-in, TJ Wilson lose the WWE Tag Team titles at Night of Champions to Wade Barrett & Drew McIntyre in dubious circumstances, but The British/Canadian collective got even when they played a part just a few weeks later in The Empire losing them to Paul London & Brian Kendrick. Just this past Friday when both teams were a match away from battling it out for the right to earn another title opportunity, the rivalry went up another notch.

In the first of the semi final matches in the tournament to crown new number one contenders, Barrett & McIntyre fell short against the determined duo of Bobby Lashley & Charlie Haas, much to the amusement of Burchill, Smith, Wilson & Natalya Neidhart when the two groups crossed paths moments later in the back. It was The Empire who were laughing later though when they caused a distraction that saw Burchill & Wilson fall short against the Mexican team of Alberto Del Rio & Chavo Guerrero. Their paths crossed again backstage, leading to Harry letting Barrett know that his ankle is healed and he's cleared for action, something that Mr. McMahon heard & pounced upon, making a match between them for this Sunday. Crucially though, they will be left to battle it out by themselves as everyone else was barred from ringside to make it a fair fight.

Will it be a fair fight? Will it be a welcome return to the ring for Harry Smith or will Barrett inflict the same pain on him he did when they were last in having broken his ankle?

>Prediction Template<

World Heavyweight Championship - Steel Cage Match

John Cena vs. CM Punk (c)

Method of Victory:
Match Placement: /7

Number One Contender Elimination Match for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XXV
The Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho
vs. Randy Orton vs. Triple H
First elimination: eg. Fandango by Mae Young (Pinfall, hit by Mae's baby/hand)
Second elimination:
Final elimination:
Match Placement: /7

Intercontinental Championship
Mystico vs. Sheamus (c)
Method of Victory:
Match Placement: /7

TLC Match
Christian vs. Edge
Method of Victory:
Match Placement: /7

Diva's Championship
Beth Phoenix (c) vs. O.D.B.
Method of Victory:
Match Placement: /7


Matt Sydal vs. Ted DiBiase
Method of Victory:
Match Placement: /7

Harry Smith vs. Wade Barrett
Method of Victory:
Match Placement: /7

>Bonus Questions<

How many title changes will there be?
Will Mr. McMahon screw CM Punk out of the World Heavyweight Championship?
Will Shawn Michaels super kick anyone as Guest Referee?

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Friday Night Smackdown
Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | July 29, 2011

With the biggest event of the Summer fastly approaching, this weeks Smackdown will have major implications on the event. With several important high stakes matchups on tab, this is a can’t miss edition of Smackdown.

Christian controversially won the World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank from Randy Orton by pushing the Viper’s buttons and getting himself disqualified. This coined Christian “The smartest World Champion in history.” Orton however is hell bent on getting a rematch. Meanwhile no superstar has been more destructive and dominant over the past few months than Mark Henry. After breaking the Big Show’s ankle at Money in the Bank last week he defeated Orton’s team in a tag match on Smackdown by pinning Kane. Tonight on Smackdown we will determine the number 1 contender for Christian’s World Championship at Summerslam. The Viper, Randy Orton faces the World’s Strongest Man in a can’t miss showdown!

Also announced last week by Smackdown GM, Teddy Long is the Smackdown Summer Showcase. It will be a 6 man elimination match where a new superstar will enter every five minutes. Whoever is the last man standing will earn a World Title Match at Night of Champions. This week on Smackdown we will have 4 qualifying matches!!!

Last week on Smackdown, Cody Rhodes became the new Intercontinental Champion by defeating Ezekiel Jackson. Cody will play a big part on Smackdown this week as he prepares for his qualifying match next week, he will support his buddy Ted Dibiase in a qualifying match against Ezekiel Jackson. Also Cody promises to address the WWE Universe on his title victory.

Last week Daniel Bryan annoucned he will be cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase at Survivor Series. Bryan says until then he is more focused and driven than ever to succeed. What will Bryan do next as he looks to gain momentum towards November.

~ Confirmed for Smackdown 7/29/11 ~

# 1 contender match for World Title Shot at Summerslam
Randy Orton vs Mark Henry

Smackdown Summer Showcase Qualifying Matches
Sheamus vs Kane
Heath Slater vs Justin Gabriel
Ezekiel Jackson vs Ted Dibiase
Wade Barrett vs "Mr. Money in the Bank" Daniel Bryan
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Friday Night SmackDown - 28 December 2012

It's the final WWE show of 2012, a year that has been the worst in the career of John Cena. His downward spiral began at WrestleMania 28 when he failed to come good on his promise to beat The Rock. He was then embarrassed the next night by a returning Brock Lesnar, and pinned by John Laurinitis at Over The Limit. There was a failed attempt to win the WWE Championship from CM Punk in his hometown at Night Of Champions.

Things began to look up for Cena following Survivor Series, he once again became number one contender to the WWE Championship and was granted a TLC match against Punk. With returning legend The Rock already confirmed to face the WWE Champion at the 2013 Royal Rumble, Cena saw this as the start of his road to redemption. He promised to end the record-breaking title reign of CM Punk at TLC, walk into Royal Rumble as WWE Champion and go on to defeat The Rock.

That was the plan. But the manager of CM Punk, Paul Heyman, had a plan of his own. At TLC, Brock Lesnar returned to WWE and threw Cena through a table, costing Cena the Championship and his shot at The Rock. SmackDown GM Booker T was unhappy at the circumstances, and afforded Cena a rematch on Super SmackDown Live the following Tuesday. Booker announced the match would take place inside a steel cage to keep Lesnar from interfering, but the match was thrown into doubt prior to the event when Lesnar delivered a Powerbomb to Cena. Cena landed awkwardly on his neck.

Super SmackDown aired with Cena's status still unknown before he appeared for his rematch wearing a neck brace. Against doctors orders, Cena stepped inside the cage with Punk. Cena looked set to escape when Heyman slammed the cage door shut on the head of Cena, but what followed shocked the WWE Universe to it's core. Punk delivered a spike piledriver to John Cena, picking up the win and leaving Cena unable to stand.

In this final show of 2012, WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross meets with Cena's personal physician to find out the extent of Cena's injuries.

Also on SmackDown, Big Show has been unstoppable since becoming World Heavyweight Champion at Hell In A Cell. Booker T announced a tournament to determine the new number one contender to Show's title, with Randy Orton, Christian, Damien Sandow and Daniel Bryan all advancing to tonight's semi-final. Orton has his pick of the other three men as a result of winning a fatal fourway match Monday Night on Raw, who will Orton select and who will advance to the finals?

There will also be fall-out on the ongoing rivalry between Wade Barrett and Sheamus. Sheamus defeated Barrett in a Chairs match at TLC, but Barrett did not take kindly to the defeat. Barrett attacked Sheamus backstage, driving him through a table and preventing Sheamus from taking his place in the World Championship tournament.

Intercontinental Champion The Miz took to Twitter earlier today to announce an episode of MizTV featuring "a very special guest". With Miz still on track to become the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion of all time, who is his guest on MizTV this week?

All this plus more in the final WWE show of 2012!
Show now posted, link in sig.

The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels
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CM Punk: I am the best wrestler in the world. I’ve been the best ever since day one when I walked into this company, and I’ve been vilified and hated since that day because Paul Heyman saw something in me that nobody else wanted to admit. That’s right, I’m a Paul Heyman guy. You know who else was a Paul Heyman guy? Brock Lesnar, and he split just like I’m splitting, but the biggest difference between me and Brock is I’m going to leave with the WWE Championship
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