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Backlash review

DDP going over Goldust for the European makes sense, looking forward to seeing if that's it for the feud or if it will continue.

Kama Mustafa over Rikishi again makes a lot of sense as he is a new character, like the sound of him hopefully he dominates going forward, really good idea to have him feud with Rikishi to start with as it is a great way to establish him.

Storm and Christian winning the fatal fourway is a good idea as it helps establish them as a top team, a feud with the new tag champs could work really well.

RVD beating Regal for the title is a really good move, RVD was over as hell in 2002, hopefully these two continue feuding as I've always thought they worked really well together.

Angle/Jericho going over Perfect/Flair surprised me simply because I thought the vets would win here then the young guys would win the one on one matches next month, interesting result though hoping you keep Perfect around for a while because the guy was seriously awesome.

Edge beating Test was again a good move, Edge was also very over in 2002, hope you give him a solid upper card push

Hogan/Show winning the belts surprised me as I thought given the fact that the Outsiders had just won the belts this would be stretched out until next month. Saying that Hogan was on such a roll after coming back that the reaction when they won would have probably been the biggest pop of the night.

Undertaker beating Kane was a good move, looking forward to the feud continuing

HBK being unveiled as the new GM of RAW surprised me and I'm looking forward to seeing his interactions with Foley as they could be cold. Hoping HBK goes tweener at some point though as I think the GM dynamic works best when there is one heel and one face like Bischoff and Steph.

Rock retaining the title really surprised me given the stipulation for HHH, GREAT move though sets up so many possibilities going forward with HHH, also like the fact Rock hasn't seemingly been given a short transitional reign like all the reigns he had. Looking forward to seeing what you do with the title, HHH and Austin moving forward.

Few thoughts on the draft;
Hope HHH ends up on RAW with his old buddy HBK; could create some great moments
Would like to see Austin go to Smackdown allowing someone else to be the focal point of RAW
Looking forward to seeing how you split the titles and if you split up any teams

Great Show, quick question; will you be writing up the draft show or just posting who went where?
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I’m wondering if you’re gonna bring Brock Lesnar in since he already made his debut during this time period. Same goes for Eddie Guerrero as he returned. Will look forward to that if you bring them in.
Lesnar is in OVW at the moment, I will get round to posting the roster for OVW in the near future. Eddie will be back soon. Benoit however had a career ending injury


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Michaels and Foley as GM, that rules. That indeed sounds like fun but I wonder if one of them will go heel. I’d prefer one face GM and one heel GM.
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HBK being unveiled as the new GM of RAW surprised me and I'm looking forward to seeing his interactions with Foley as they could be cold. Hoping HBK goes tweener at some point though as I think the GM dynamic works best when there is one heel and one face like Bischoff and Steph.
Heel vs. Face is something both of you have mentioned. There are plans in place, stay tuned

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Few thoughts on the draft;
Hope HHH ends up on RAW with his old buddy HBK; could create some great moments
Would like to see Austin go to Smackdown allowing someone else to be the focal point of RAW
Looking forward to seeing how you split the titles and if you split up any teams

Great Show, quick question; will you be writing up the draft show or just posting who went where?
At least the next 5 Raw and SD! will be posted as shows, leading up to Judgment Day, so the show below will explain titles, team-splits and draft picks.






Monday Night Raw
22 April 2002



JR and Jerry Lawler open up the show and say that tonight both Raw and SD! Will have 10 drafts picks each, with SD! Getting first pick due to winning a coin toss. The remaining picks will be determined randomly by a lottery on Tuesday on WWE.COM. Finally they mention that tonight The Rock will be able to choose which brand he defends his title on first.

Opening Segment
Mr McMahon opens the show up. He brings out Mick Foley and Shawn Michaels, the two GMs, to the middle of the ring. Smackdown wins the coin toss and gets the first draft pick. Foley picks Austin (although Austin is yet to arrive at the arena). Michaels then chooses his first draft pick – Triple H! The fans pop as Triple H comes from the back. Michaels meets him on the entrance as the best friends re-unite as the show goes to a commercial.


Match 1: Trish Stratus & Lita vs. Jazz & Ivory
Trish hit Ivory with the Stratusfaction. Lita & Trish stand tall in the ring as Jazz looks on as she walks back up the ramp with her Womens Title.


Draft Segment 1
Stands have been set up on the west and east side of the entrance ramp, one labelled Raw, the other Smackdown. Foley and and Michaels are standing there to make their next draft picks. Foley chooses a man he has had lots of history with; The Undertaker. Michaels then chooses someone he has lots of history with Kevin Nash. Foley then says his third draft pick will be Scott Hall! Michaels looks pissed off as Foley walks to the back leaving Michaels high and dry, as obviously HBK wanted his old friend Scott Hall for a number of reason, including the fact he just chose Halls tag team partner, Kevin Nash.



Match 2: Undertaker vs. Val Venis
Undertaker and Val Venis are in the ring. However Kane comes out and attacks Undertaker before the match really begins. Undertaker manages to escape and actually runs away from Kane. This leaves Kane in the middle of the ring. HBK comes back out and announces Kane is his third draft pick. Kanes pyro goes off as we cut to commercial again.


Match 3: Rob Van Dam & DDP vs. Christian & Lance Storm
Its a fast paced match and RVD hits Christian with the Five Star Frog Splash to pick up the win at 7.01. After the match Foley comes out and chooses RVD, HBK immediately responds by choosing DDP.



Match 4: Big Show vs. William Regal
Hogan goes on commentary whilst Big Show defeats William Regal with a Showstopper at 8.10.


Next Draft Segment
After the commercial, Foley chooses Edge. HBK chooses Angle. Foley chooses Ric Flair. HBK choses Chris Jericho. The camera kept cutting to the back where all the wrestlers were watching on. Jericho and Angle looked very pleased they were on the same show.



Austin Promo
Austin has arrived and makes his way down to the ring. Austin talks about how much he has loved pioneering Raw, but now he is going to Smackdown and will raise even more hell over there and he hopes that Foley can handle it. Scott Hall interrupts Austin. Hall stays at the entrance ramp and rips into Austin, saying that he has had long enough to become Undisputed Champion, and that it is now his time to become Champion. Stone Cold offers to whip Halls ass right now, but Hall walks off.


Another Draft Segment
Next two drafts picks are revealed. Foley chooses Booker T. HBK then chooses Mr. Perfect. It is announced these two will compete next.



Match 5: Booker T vs. Mr. Perfect
The match is strong grappling bout and Booker gets the win via Scissor Kick at 7.10.


Match 6: Matt Hardy w/Lita vs. Hurricane w/Mighty Molly
This match is for the number one contender for the Cruiserweight title. Hardy hits Hurricane with the twist of fate to win at 5.20



Draft Picks and Hardcore Fun!
Foley comes out and choose Cruiserweight champ Tajiri. HBK then chooses Hardcore champ Kama. The camera cuts to both of these in the locker room, but Kama is attacked from behind by Bubba Ray. Bubba and Kama fight onto the entrance ramp where Bubba hits Kama with the smackdown “stand”. Bubba has his own referee and pins Kama to win the Hardcore title!

So impressed Foley then chooses Bubba has his ninth draft pick. Outraged Michaels chooses D-Von! Foley then chooses his last daft pick the number one contender for the cruiserweight title – Matt Hardy. HBK then chooses Jeff Hardy! The camera cuts to the locker room where Jeff and Matt look at each other, acknowledging the parting of ways.


The Rock Chooses a Side
We come back from the commercial. Foley and Michaels are in the ring, The Rocks music hits and outcomes The Rock. JR and The King explain that The Rock will get to choose which brand he defends his title. After lots of back and forth between all three, Rock nails Foley with a ROCK BOTTOM! And announces he will defend against Raw.......Rock ignores the handshake attempt made my Michaels and then walks back up the ramp as the show goes off the air.


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Spoiler for Current Draft Results:

SmackDown!
Steve Austin
Undertaker
Scott Hall
Rob Van Dam
Edge
Ric Flair
Booker T
Tajiri
Bubba Ray Dudley
Matt Hardy


Monday Night Raw
Triple H
Kevin Nash
Kane
Diamond Dallas Page
Kurt Angle
Chris Jericho
Mr. Perfect
Kama Mustafa
D-Von Dudley
Jeff Hardy



Spoiler for Sunday Night Heat Results:

Crash and Hardcore Holly def. Maven & Tommy Dreamer
Albert def. Planet Stasiak
Test def. Funaki


Spoiler for Raw Results:

Trish Stratus & Lita def. Ivory & Jazz
Undertaker def. Val Venis by DQ
Diamond Dallas Page & Rob Van Dam def. Christian & Lance Storm
Big Show def. William Regal
Booker T def. Mr. Perfect
Matt Hardy def. Hurricane
Bubba Ray Dudley def. Kama for the Hardcore Title

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Good show, I really enjoyed the back and forth with the GMs trying to one up the other. Foley choosing Hall after HBK chose Nash was a good first swerve and then splitting up the Hardys and Dudleys was a good idea as both needed at this point some time as singles wrestlers. Looking forward to seeing how you plug the gap in the tag team division.

Triple H and Austin being draft picks 1 and 2 makes a lot of sense and have to say currently Smackdown looks like it got the best of the draft, looking forward to seeing who else goes where.

Hoping you finish off the Kane/Undertaker feud given they are different shows now.

Looking forward to seeing how you eventually debut Lesnar and how you bring Eddie back.

Quick question; are all the PPVs going forward going to be brand exclusive or just have everyone on?
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it was a nice card man i just got caught up on everything

Opening segement was good having austin and trips the first two picks makes total sense as they were prob the two biggest draws at the time.

i hope you finish the kane and taker feud as well even so they can finally move on from eachother, breaking up the hardys, dudleys, and the outsiders was risky move imo they are top name teams im looking forward to see what you do with the tag division

Smackdown looks a little better then raw, just of the fact they have more talent on the show, im glad rock stayed on raw having him and austin on the same show would just be too much for smackdown to handle

Also i'm a huge Brock Lesnar fan so im hoping for a great debut haha good BTB man
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Actually debut Lesnar and how you bring Eddie back.

Quick question; are all the PPVs going forward going to be brand exclusive or just have everyone on?
The aim is to eventually have a full brand extension with seperate PPVs. However the roster is very top heavy at the moment (with a lack of mid/undercard), so the plan for the next few months is to have dual brand PPVs, as the rosters grow.
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SmackDown!
24 April 2002



Opening Segment
Foley comes down to the ring and announces four huge matches for tonight. The first is that Undertaker and Kane will settle their differences tonight inside a No DQ match. Secondly Raws European Champion and SD!s IC Champion will face off against each other, thats DDP vs. RVD.
Thirdly for the final time ever due to the brand split, The Hardys will face the Dudleys. And Finally tonight's huge main event is Raws Triple H teaming up with SD!s Steve Austin to face the Outsiders!


Match 1: Edge vs. Lance Storm w/Christian
This match is good as you would expect between these two, Christian never gets chance to interfere and Edge picks up the win with a Spear at 6.20



Match 2: Diamond Dallas Page (Euro) vs. Rob Van Dam (IC)
This match is PPV standard as both men pull out a great moves from the arsenal. Van Dam misses the FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH, which allows DDP hit him with the DIAMOND CUTTER to pick up the win at 14.10. Both men shake hands at the end of this match.


Ric Flair Promo
Flair is interviewed in the back about being a part of the SD! Brand. Flair says that even though the year is 2002, he is alive and kicking and that he has the fan support, so he will be the number star on the SD! Roster. Wooooooooooooooo!



Match 3: Hardys wLita vs. Dudleys w/Stacy
Again another PPV quality match and match of the night so far. Dudleys hit the “Wazzaaaa” and “Dudley Device”. Hardys hit the “Poetry in Motion” “Leg Drop/Splash Combo”. A Table is set up on the outside of the ring and D-Von is pushed off the top rope and through the table! Hardys hit then the TWIST OF FATE AND SWANTOM BOMB on Bubba to get the win at 13.51. After the match all four men are in the ring and shake hands and hug, signifying the end of a great tag team era.


Commericals
We see a commercial for Judgment Day
Live Events in May
and for RAW the first show to implement the draft



Match 4: No DQ: Undertaker vs. Kane
This match is brutal and gets very physical very fast. After a lots of brawling around the ringside; Kane chokeslams Undertaker onto steel chair for the win at 7.21.


Shawn Michaels & Raw Segment
HBK makes his way down to the ramp. He mentions that although Triple H lost at Backlash is no longer allowed to challenge for the WWE Undisputed Title, what Stephanie McMahon did not realise is that the Draft had made all old contracts null and void and everyone superstar now has new “brand only” contracts. Therefore HBK put it in to HHH's new contract that he can once again challenge for the WWE Undisputed Title. So next week on Raw, Triple H will face Kevin Nash and the winner will face The Rock in 2 weeks time on Monday Night Raw.


Match 5: Mixed Tag Match: Hurricane & Mighty Molly vs. Tajiri & Torrie Wilson
The guys fight the guys and the girls fight the girls in this match. Torrie beat Molly with a provocative cover, to the fans liking, at 4.20, however Tajiri grabbed Torrie and covered her up after the match and told her never to do pin someone like that again. Hurricane tries to help Molly up by she argues with him in the middle of the ring. Molly slaps Hurricane and walks off.


Match 6: Chris Jericho w/Kurt Angle vs. Big Show w/Hulk Hogan
Thus match had mostly Jericho cheating to gain the upper advantage, however Angle tried to interrupt near the end of the match and this allowed Hogan to take down Angle. Jericho got distracted by all this and Show hit him the CHOKESLAM to pick up the win at 6.20



Draft Lottery Segment
Through out the the show we Cole and Lawler explained to us that Lance Storm and Christian will be on SD! And that Mighty Molly, Lita are moving to Raw. Spike Dudley was injured before the draft so was not put in the lottery. But now we get a full list of the draft lottery showing the official lists of those drafted. See spoiler below for list.


Rock Appearance
The Rock comes down to the ring and takes up position at the announce table, for commentary on the next match.



Main Event: Triple H & Steve Austin vs. The Outsiders (Kevin Nash & Scott Hall)
This match was the match of the night, just tipping the Dudleys/Hardys match from earlier, as the star power in this match was a lot higher. The ending came when Hall and Austin brawled to the back leaving Nash and HHH in the ring. Nash hit HHH with a low blow behind the referees back and then hit the JACKKNIFE POWERBOMB to get the win at 13.10. Nash stands tall as Rock climbs onto the announce table and stares at Nash as the show comes to a close.


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Spoiler for Draft Results:

Monday Night Raw
Albert
Billy Gunn
Chris Jericho
Chuck Palumbo
Diamond Dallas Page
D-Von Dudley
Goldust
Ivory
Jeff Hardy
Kama Mustafa
Kane
Kevin Nash
Kurt Angle
Lita
Maven
Mighty Molly
Mr. Perfect
Perry Saturn
Planet Stasiak
Rikishi
Scotty 2 Hotty
Test
Tommy Dreamer
Triple H
Trish Stratus
Val Venis
William Regal


SmackDown!
Al Snow
Billy Kidman
Booker T
Bossman
Bradshaw
Bubba Ray Dudley
Christian
Crash Holly
Debra
Edge
Faarooq
Funaki
Hardcore Holly
Hurricane
Jacqueline
Lance Storm
Matt Hardy
Ric Flair
Rob Van Dam
Scott Hall
Stacy Keibler
Steve Austin
Tajiri
Tazz
Terri
Torrie Wilson
Undertaker




Spoiler for Jakked Results:

Al Snow def. Perry Saturn in a Hardcore Match
APA def. Billy & Chuck
Jazz def. Nikita Fink (local jobber)


Spoiler for SD! Results:

Edge def. Lance Storm
DDP def. RVD
Hardys def. Dudleys
Kane def. Undertaker
Tajiri & Torrie def. Hurricane & Molly
Big Show def. Chris Jericho
The Outsiders def. Steve Austin & Triple H

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Great Show

Edge beating Storm was good and hopefully he will get a good sustained push moving forward

DDP v RVD was a great idea as a champ vs champ match on the last show before Brand Extension, DDP going over surprised me but I'm happy as he was someone who should have gotten a more sustained push during his run

Again Hardys v Dudleys was a great idea and sounds like a good match and the perfect way to end their runs as teams for now

Happy you finished the Kane/Undertaker feud and that Kane went over, he is someone who should have a good sustained push

Wasn't thrilled about it being announced HHH can now compete again for the Undisputed title, just think it was a little rushed as he only lost the right to challenge for the belt again less than a week ago.

Mixed tag sounds good; both combinations had great chemistry

A Jericho/Angle v Show/Hogan feud should be really good, hoping you bring out the comedic sides of Jericho and Angle as they could do some great segments against Show/Hogan

Main Event was really good, Austin and Hall should be a solid feud and I like the idea of Nash v Rock for the title to stretch out the time until the Rock v HHH one on one rematch
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Thanks for the review again. Finally all the backstory is in place and its time to crack on with the dual brands.
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Monday Night Raw
22 April 2002



Opening Segment
We kick off MNR with the famous “If ya smelllll....what The Rock is coookin....”. The WWE Undisputed Champion makes his way down to the ring. Rock opens the show with an exciting promo and says that he is looking forward to tonights number one contendership match between Triple H & Kevin Nash. Rock finishes by saying that it doesn't matter who wins tonight because he is the peoples champion and the Undisputed Champion. If ya smelllllllllow, what The Rock, is coooking.........


Match 1: Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert vs. Billy & Chuck
Both these teams have been struggling for TV time in the past months but the brand extension has given them a chance. This match involved Billy & Chuck working as a team to work over Scotty and not let Albert in the match. The strategy worked but eventually S&A got the upper hand and started to make a comeback, but eventually Gunn hit the Fameasser on Scotty for the win at 6.21



Shawn Michaels Promo
Backstage we cut to the “sheriffs office”. HBK welcomes us to his General Manager office which is all country style. HBK has his sheriff hat and cowboy boots on. He welcomes us to the most exciting brand of the WWE and reminds everyone that tonight Triple H will face Kevin Nash for the number one contendership of the Undisputed title. Michaels also announces that up next we will see two of the top divas in action with Trish Stratus taking on Lita.


Match 2: Trish Stratus vs. Lita
The women shakes hands to begin the match. The two divas try and keep this as technical as they both can and as the match progresses Trish and Lita clothesline each other, putting both women on the canvas. From the back Mighty Molly runs down to the ringside area. She climbs in the ring and lifts up Lita and drops her with a DDT. The fans boo as Molly the lifts up Trish and throws her out of the ring. The referee rings for the bell, signalling a no-contest at 3.32.



Might Molly Promo
Molly picks gets a mic and starts to speak. She says that last week she ditched her stupid boyfriend Shane Helms, who thinks he is a superhero. She states that she has “seen the light” and has gone back to dressing in “real” clothes. She then says that she is no longer going to be called Mighty Molly, she is to be called just “Molly” from here on forward.


Triple H Segment
We see Triple H arrive in the parking lot, he is carrying his bags with him and he looks determined for tonight.



Match 3: Test vs. Mr. Perfect
Both men are thought of as very good workers and they squared up in this match. Perfect plays his cocky and clever self and is really connecting with the audience. Test is very aggressive in this match and the fans are giving him lots of heat. Near the end of the match Test goes for a big flying elbow drop, but Perfect moves out of the way and drills Test with the Perfect Plex to get the win at 6.25


Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle Interview
Backstage Jonathan Coachman tries to interview Jericho and Angle but is totally ignored and pushed out of the interview area by Jericho. Kurt and Chris claim to be the best in-ring performers and Big Show and Hogan are has-beens who need to step a side for the future of the business.



Match 4: Jericho, Angle & William Regal vs. Hogan, Show & DDP
This match starts with DDP and Jericho. The European champion starts to get worked over by Jericho as Regal tags in to take apart the worked over DDP. Regal makes a tag back to Jericho who continues the punishment. As the match progresses DDP manages to get a tag to Big Show and the match begins to flow with constant tags between all three members of each time. Hogan eventually gets a Red Hot Tag, the fans go wild as he comes in and takes down Kurt Angle, (the legal man). Jericho and Regal are soon in the ring to try and stop Hogan, but DDP and Show come in and help to save the day. There is chaos and confusion as the stars battle in and out of the ring, eventually Angle sneaks up behind Hogan and delivers a Angle Slam. Angle pins and gets the win for his team at 13.53


Kevin Nash Segment
In the back we see Kevin Nash taping his wrists as Jonathan Coachman tries to get a word with him. Nash says that last week on SD! he pinned Triple H in the middle of the ring and tonight will be no different. Nash says that his engine is running on full power and he won't stop until he is WWE Undisputed Champion.



Goldust Promo
Backstage we see Goldust stalking the divas with a video camera as they are getting changed in the locker room. Goldust is acting very strange and he isn't doing this a kind of joke, he is very serious.


Match 5: Kama Mustafa vs. Kane
Kane gets a great response from the crowd, however in the match it was Kama who dominated and used his power to ground Kane. This meant that Kane had to use his speed and agility to fight back. The crowd enjoyed seeing Kane vary his move-set up. Kane hit a dropkick and a clothesline from the top rope. Kane was on a roll when from out of nowhere D-Von came down to ringside and tripped Kanes foot, behind the referees back. This distracted Kane long enough for Kama to hit him with the Death Valley Driver for the win at 5.42.

After the match, D-Von and Kama continue the assault but then Jeff Hardy comes running down the ring with a steel chair. D-Von and Kama then flee the ring and make their way up the ramp. Kane sits up in the ring and gets back to his feet irate.



Shawn Michaels & Jericho/Angle Segment
Jericho/Angle enter the “sheriffs ofifce” and gloat about their win of the tag champs earlier in the six man tag match. They say they deserve a shot at the Tag Team Championship next week. Michaels reminds them that last week on SD! Big Show defeated Chris Jericho and although they did win tonight that is not enough. Michaels says that next week Chris Jericho will face Big Show in a rematch and if he wins that he will reconsider giving them a tag team title match.


Main Event for the Number One Contendership: Triple H vs. Kevin Nash
Nash and Hall start the match quickly with a flurry of punches being thrown back and forth between the two. The match quickly goes to the outside where Nash gains the upper hand. As the match progresses, HHH fights back into it and starts to work over Nash's left leg. Nash again fights back into the match, making it a very even contest. Nash delivers his patented elbows in the corner and then a Big Boot. But Nash is unable score the three count.

Triple H gets back in the match and drills Nash with a huge Spinebuster. HHH goes for the Pedigree but Nash counters and tries the Jackknife Powerbomb, however HHH counters with a huge Back-Body Drop. HHH then goes for the Pedigree and hits it. HHH covers and gets the three at 15.12 in an highly competitive match.

“Time to Play the Game” plays for a brief second before “If ya smelllll...” once again echoes through the arena. The Rock makes his onto the top of the stage. Triple H looks up the stage at The Rock who is pacing up and down. HHH signals that the belt will be his, Rock stops pacing and lifts the championship belt high in the air as the show goes off the air
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Spoiler for Sunday Night Heat Results:
Goldust def. Maven
Val Venis def. Perry Saturn
D-Von Dudley def. Jeff Hardy


Spoiler for Monday Night Raw Results:

Billy & Chuck def. Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert
Trish Stratus vs. Lita - No Contest
Mr. Perfect def. Test
Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho & William Regal def. Hulk Hogan, Big Show & DDP
Kama Mustafa def. Kane
Triple H def. Kevin Nash to become Number One Contender for Undisputed Title


Spoiler for Confirmed Matches for Next Weeks MNR:

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock (c) vs. Triple H
Chris Jericho vs. Big Show
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Good Show

Rock promo to start the show was a good idea to warm the crowd up

Billy and Chuck going over makes sense, were always a good tag team and could work well with Jericho/Angle and Hogan/Show

Molly coming out and going heel was a great idea, she was always a great heel and should do well in the fairly small woman's roster

Perfect going over Test was good, both guys should be involved in the European title scene IMO

6 Man was a brilliant idea and would be a really good match, Angle beating Hogan again made sense to progress their feud

Goldust bit was good and i'm interested in where you take it

Mustafa going over Kane surprised me especially with the run in from Devon, looking forward to seeing where this goes

Main event surprised me as I had Nash going over, I think you are maybe rushing HHH/Rock but hell it will be entertaining and I'm looking forward to it. Not sure what Nash will be doing next.

Good way to start the brand split
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