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Old 05-31-2012, 06:02 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Just wondering, that's a big roster without a brand split. Are you keeping the roster, or releasing a bunch? Not bad so far, BTW.
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Sunday Night HEAT
Date: 6/10/03
Location: Houston, Texas
Venue: Toyota Center
Attendance: 17,432/19,000


HEAT comes on air with the Houston, Texas crowd on their feet cheering. Coach introduces the show and mentions that the Sunday Night Heat General Manager Theodore Long has set tonight’s main event, which will feature Undertaker against Hardcore Holly. Al Snow discusses Goldberg’s arrest on Smackdown! and that Goldberg is still locked up behind bars. He will be let out tomorrow morning and might appear on RAW, but has to pass clearance from RAW GM Eric Bischoff. They raise questions on Goldberg’s whereabouts, as Evolution’s music hits and the group makes their way out.

Evolution, led by the World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, makes their way to the ring. Triple H lets everyone know that what happened on Smackdown! will never happen again. Evolution was embarrassed and they will make sure their presence is felt this upcoming week. Randy Orton grabs the microphone from Triple H and immediately rips Chris Jericho. Orton says Jericho thinks he is playing games with him and he will put an end to Jericho. Orton taps his Intercontinental Title and smiles. Orton says he is happy knowing that Orton will never get the chance to get his hands on gold as long as Evolution is running.

Triple H grabs the microphone back. Triple H gives a shout out to Batista, the muscle of the group, and Ric Flair, the mastermind that keeps us flowing. Triple H says he will let The Rock run his mouth night by night and talk about how his title will go back to the millions and millions of Rock fans. However, the millions and millions of people will not help the Rock beat him one on one at Badd Blood. Triple H mentions that Evolution is looking to expand. He says anybody who wants to join is welcome. There’s no application or anything, just come see him backstage. Triple H throws out the A.P.A. and World’s Greatest Tag Team’s name as possible candidates. Triple H guarantees that with extra man power, Evolution will not lose and Rock will have hell to pay. Evolution leaves the ring, as the camera goes backstage.

Backstage, Rey Mysterio is with GM Theodore Long. Mysterio tells Long that he beat the Cruiserweight Champion on Smackdown! and deserves a shot at Tajiri’s Cruiserweight Title. Long begins to speak, but the anxious Mysterio says he wants the match tonight. Long laughs and says he was planning to schedule a match between the two tonight, but Tajiri is nowhere to be found. Long says he could give Mysterio a shot at the currently vacant Hardcore Championship. Mysterio thinks about it and agrees, but still wants a shot at Tajiri. Long smiles and tells Mysterio his match is next.

[COMMERCIAL]


Chris Benoit is seen warming up backstage, in anticipation for his tag team match later tonight.

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Match #1
Hardcore Match for the Hardcore Championship
Rey Mysterio vs Rhyno


Rhyno makes his way out to the ring. Rhyno brings two chairs into the ring, as Rey Mysterio’s music hits. Mysterio makes his way to the ring with support from the crowd. Mysterio slides into the ring and Rhyno attacks immediately. Rhyno pounds Mysterio on the mat and proceeds to throw him outside the ring. Mysterio gets up and Rhyno runs after him on the outside, but Mysterio drops Rhyno into the steel steps. Mysterio grabs a chair from the ring and hits Rhyno across the back with it. Rhyno falls to his knees and Mysterio hits him in the back again. Rhyno goes down, holding his back. Mysterio gets up on the apron and runs toward Rhyno, hitting a flying leg drop onto him. Mysterio goes for the pin, but Rhyno kicks out.

Mysterio backs off and waits for Rhyno to get up. Mysterio runs at Rhyno, but Rhyno counters and throws Mysterio over his head. Mysterio lands on his feet and Rhyno runs at Mysterio and spears him into the barricade. Both men are down catching their breath. Rhyno gets up and rolls Mysterio into the ring. Rhyno picks Rey up and puts him into a bearhug. Mysterio tries to punch out of the bearhug. Rey leads Rhyno into the corner and Rey uses the corner to counter into a headscissors DDT. Mysterio goes into the pin, but only gets a two. Mysterio gets up to the top rope and waits for Rhyno to get up. Rhyno gets up and Mysterio goes for the crossbody. Mysterio hits it and goes for the pin, but Rhyno counters and pins Rey. Rhyno gets a two count. They get up and Rey runs at Rhyno, with Rhyno hitting a flapjack. Rhyno grabs one of his chairs and stuffs it into the corner turnbuckles. Rey begins to get up and Rhyno gets the other chair to hit Mysterio with.

Mysterio gets up and Rhyno goes for a chair shot. Mysterio hits an enzuigiri out of nowhere. Rhyno falls over to his knees on the second rope. Mysterio goes for the 619 and hits. Mysterio goes for the seated senton, but Tajiri comes out from under the ring and goes onto the apron with Mysterio. The two have eye contact and Tajiri spits the mist into Mysterio’s eyes. Tajiri throws Mysterio into the ring. Rey is dazed and moves around the ring in blindness. Tajiri disappears under the ring, while Rhyno gets up and sets Mysterio up for the spear. Rhyno goes for the spear and spears Mysterio into the chair set up in the corner. Rhyno goes for the pin and gets the three count.

Winner: And New Hardcore Champion; Rhyno
Rhyno is handed the Hardcore Championship and he celebrates, as Mysterio is downed in the corner blinded by the mist. The World’s Greatest Tag Team is shown warming up and The Coach lets us know that they are next!

[COMMERCIAL]


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Match #2
Tag Team Match
World’s Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin) vs William Regal & Chris Nowinski


William Regal and Chris Nowinski make their way to the ring. Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin make their way back to the ring next and the rumors continue to circulate on whether or not they could join Evolution after Triple H mentioned their names earlier tonight. Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin win on a relatively quick and easy match, after Shelton hit his finished on Nowinski.

Winner: World’s Greatest Tag Team
The World’s Greatest Tag Team celebrate, as Randy Orton is shown backstage with Josh Matthews. Orton cuts off Matthews and lets Matthews know that Flair, Batista, and Triple H have already left. Matthews apologizes and Orton says he does not accept the apology. Orton says he is sick of people who think they are on the same level as him. Orton lets Matthews know that he and Matthews are not on the same level. Also, Jericho and Orton are not on the same level, as Orton is more superior and last week’s victory was a fluke. Orton pushes Matthews aside and leaves the arena, as a commercial ensues.

[COMMERCIAL]


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Match #3
Tag Team Match
Chris Benoit & Kane vs Rob Van Dam & Big Show


Chris Benoit and Kane are introduced, followed by the challengers Rob Van Dam and Big Show. Big Show and Benoit stare each other down the whole time. The match begins with Kane and Rob Van Dam. The two exchange their even share of offense, but Kane gets the upperhand and RVD tags in Big Show. Big Show charges at Kane, but Kane hits a few uppercuts to push Big Show back. Big Show responses with a big boot to Kane. Big Show gets Kane up and throws him into the corner. Show hits some loud chops to Kane, but Kane reverses and throws Big Show into the corner.

Kane gives Big Show some serious rights, until the referee breaks it up. Kane scares the referee by getting in his face. Kane turns toward Big Show and Big Show hits a clothesline to Kane. Big Show gets Kane to the ropes and hits another loud open hand chop. Kane counters with some more uppercuts and goes for the chokeslam. Kane hits a weak, but effective chokeslam and both men are down. Kane goes to the corner and tags in Benoit. Show scurries to the corner and tags in RVD. Benoit runs over and knocks RVD off the apron. Big Show leaves the ring and Benoit stands in the ring, starring at Big Show and telling him to get back in the ring. Big Show laughs and says that Benoit is not worth his time. Show makes his way to the back and leaves.

Benoit is attacked from behind by RVD. RVD is all by himself and attacks Benoit. RVD hits a bunch of kicks into Benoit, before Benoit somehow gets to the corner and tags in Kane. Kane comes in and tosses RVD to the ground. RVD goes for a few kicks to Kane, but Kane no sells it and goes after RVD. He tosses RVD into the corner and ends up tossing him into the ropes and hitting a backbreaker. RVD slowly gets up and Kane hits a devastating chokeslam to him. Kane goes and tags in Benoit, who climbs up to the top rope and hits a diving headbutt to RVD. Benoit goes for the pin and the referee counts to three.

Winner: Chris Benoit & Kane
Benoit and Kane celebrate, as Benoit leans over the ropes and yells for Big Show to come back out. Benoit continues to yell, as HEAT goes to commercial.

[COMMERCIAL]


HEAT comes back on air with Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar backstage. Lesnar is ranting about Goldberg, but Heyman tells his client to calm down. Heyman says the plan is slowly coming together because he got Goldberg to be sent to jail. Now Goldberg is no longer the number one contender and the emotionally vulnerable Shawn Michaels is. Heyman says he will not let his number one client down and guarantees that Lesnar has nothing to worry about and will not be losing his title any time soon.

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Match #4
Singles Match
Undertaker vs Hardcore Holly


Hardcore Holly makes his way to the ring, followed by the Undertaker. Undertaker gets a huge ovation. Hardcore Holly really never had a chance, as Undertaker dominates most of the match and does not let Hardcore Holly get much offense in. Undertaker wins with the chokeslam.

Winner: Undertaker
Undertaker celebrates, while HEAT goes off air.
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Monday Night RAW comes to the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Houston, Texas has been the home to many big events, such as Wrestlemania 17. Everything is bigger in Texas and RAW sets out to prove that statement right again. Following Goldberg's arrest on Smackdown! for putting his hands on Paul Heyman, Goldberg has a possibility of returning on RAW after being released from jail Monday morning and going after Brock Lesnar again. However, Goldberg now has to deal with the man who took his spot as the number one contender, Shawn Michaels. These three unique, totally different superstars are soon set to hit heads, but will it be Monday?

The Rock and Chris Jericho have seemed to have Triple H and Randy Orton, as well as the rest of Evolution's, number. Triple H made a statement saying that Evolution will not be embarrassed again like they were last week. Triple H promises to add some new blood to Evolution and mentioned some names (A.P.A., World's Greatest Tag Team). Will Triple H begin his recruiting tonight on RAW and what will Evolution do to avenge their embarrassment last week?

WWE Tag Team titles have been in turmoil and he Basham's will finally get their rematch clause, but it will not be just against the Dudley Boyz. A.P.A. won a match on Smackdown! against the Dudley's to make a three way tag team match for the Dudley's tag team titles on RAW. The triangle between Molly Holly, Gail Kim, and Trish Stratus is bound to continue, while Chris Benoit and Big Show continue to battle across whichever arena they are in.

Announced Matches:

Three Way Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray & D’Von Dudley) © vs Basham Brothers (Doug & Danny Basham) vs A.P.A. (Bradshaw & Farooq)
Randy Orton vs Chris Benoit
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Monday Night RAW
Date: 6/11/03
Location: Houston, Texas
Venue: Toyota Center
Attendance: 19,000/19,000


JR and the King introduce RAW, as the pyros explode up the stage. They mention how it is the last RAW before Badd Blood this Sunday. JR talks about Shawn Michaels being the new number one contender for the WWE Title and Goldberg’s arrest. King says he is worried what Triple H means when he says Evolution is going to add new people and get stronger than ever. He also mentions that Evolution says they are going to make an impact. What are they going to do?? Shawn Michaels music hits and the crowd gets on their feet as the new number one contender makes his way out, favoring his ankle after Kurt Angle injured it in his match with Kurt on Smackdown!

Shawn limps to the ring, but tries to make the limp not so evident. Shawn gets a good cheer from the crowd, as Shawn stands in the middle of the ring. Michaels talks about how his career has changed since last Monday. He goes from fighting for his life in a battle royal, to taking advantage of another man’s misfortune, to winning a match to finally get his number one contender’s shot. He says he is blessed that he got an opportunity to go after the WWE Title. However, he has a little something he has to deal with called his ankle.

Michaels mentions how him and Angle had a legendary main event last week on Smackdown! The crowd applauds their classic match. Michaels thanks the crowd and encourages Angle that he deserves a title match, but Shawn just was not going to give up on Thursday. He would not tap out to the ankle lock. He would not let the referee count him to three. He was going to get the job done…and he did. Shawn says that, however, he paid the consequences for that battle. He says his ankle is not too good and that it is not easy to walk. Hell, it hurts to hit the Sweet Chin Music. Shawn says he has been the champion before and to be a champion, you need to suck it up and take down whichever obstacle is in front of you. He says his first obstacle is Brock Lesnar.

Shawn says it is ridiculous to call Brock Lesnar unbeatable. It is ridiculous to call him the Next Big Thing. Shawn says he has gone head to head against Bret Hart, Razor Ramon, Undertaker, Vince McMahon…just to name a few. He has had to deal with back injuries, knee problems, and concussions. Michaels mentions that he fights the odds each time and this time will be no different. He will bring Lesnar back to reality and shut Paul Heyman’s mouth once and for all. All of a sudden, Paul Heyman’s voice is heard and the crowd starts to boo.

Heyman comes out to the stage, laughing at Michaels. Michaels puts the microphone down and looks at Heyman on the stage. Heyman lets Michaels know that nothing could stop his client, Brock Lesnar. Brock Lesnar is on a wrecking ball of destruction and if HBK wants to mess with this unstoppable duo, he should stop now before he ends up like Goldberg; in jail. The crowd boos Heyman. Heyman continues to walk to the ring and lets him know that if he can barely beat Kurt Angle, he will not be able to beat Lesnar. He asks Michaels how he is going to beat Lesnar with one leg. Michaels smiles and tells Heyman to stop asking questions and that he will get the job done.

Heyman asks if Michaels could get the job done now and Michaels nods. Heyman turns around and signals for someone to come out from the back. Lesnar comes running out from the back. Lesnar runs into the ring, as Michaels prepares for a fight. Michaels collapses on his ankle and Lesnar takes advantage. Lesnar whips him around and lifts HBK up for the F5. Lesnar screams as the crowd boos, but Michaels wiggles his way out of the F5 and gets out of it. Lesnar turns around and goes for a strong clotheslines, but Michaels ducks under it and Lesnar turns around into a sweet chin music. The crowd goes crazy, as Lesnar is downed in the ring and Heyman is shocked. Michaels stands over Lesnar as RAW goes to commercial, but Michaels is favoring his ankle and knows that it is injured.

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RAW comes back on air with JR announcing that tonight’s main event will be Triple H and Ric Flair against The Rock and Kurt Angle. He also mentions the three way tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Titles coming up soon.

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Match #1
Tag Team Match
Trish Stratus & Tommy Dreamer vs Gail Kim & Rhyno


Tommy Dreamer’s music hits and Tommy makes his way to the ring. Trish Stratus’s music hits and Trish makes her way to the ring looking beautiful and the crowd cheers for her. Rhyno’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring with his newly won Hardcore Championship around his waist. Gail Kim makes her way to the ring next and is looking right at Trish. Tommy Dreamer and Rhyno start off the match.

Rhyno gets the upperhand on Dreamer and swings him into the ropes. Rhyno hits the clothesline and Dreamer comes back up and Rhyno hits another clothesline. Rhyno brings Dreamer into the corner and brings shoulder after shoulder into the gut of Dreamer. Rhyno pulls Dreamer out and puts him into a bearhug. Dreamer elbows out of it immediately and throws Rhyno into his corner. Dreamer tags Trish in and Gail slaps Rhyno’s back and Gail comes in.

Trish and Gail run after each other and it ends up Trish jumping onto Gail and grabbing her hair, slamming her head into the mat numerous times before the referee breaks it up. The referee gets Trish off Gail, but Gail comes right back up and knocks Trish to a knee. Gail grabs Trish’s hair and throws Trish into the mat. Gail kicks away at Trish’s backside and Trish is kicked to the outside. Trish gets up on the outside and makes her way back into the ring. Gail puts Trish into a headlock, but Trish counters and hits a running bulldog. Trish yells for Gail to get back up. Gail gets up and Trish hits a dropkick and goes for the pin. Trish gets a two count.

Trish and Gail lock up, but Gail pulls off a springboard arm drag onto Trish and Trish is down. Gail looks over to Rhyno and Rhyno has a sick look on his face. Gail smiles and tags in the willing Rhyno. Rhyno stalks Trish to get up, as Dreamer yells at Trish to tag him in. Trish gets up without hearing Dreamer and Rhyno goes for the spear, but Trish falls out the way and Rhyno’s shoulder hits the ring post through the turnbuckles. Trish tags in Dreamer, who knows Rhyno to the outside. Dreamer throws Rhyno into the barricade and back into the ring.

Rhyno gets up and Dreamer hits an inverted DDT onto the hardcore champion. Dreamer goes for the pin and gets a two count. Dreamer hits a scoop slam to Rhyno and Dreamer is pumped. Dreamer waits for Rhyno to get up, but Rhyno sees Dreamer is waiting and slaps in Gail. Rhyno falls to the outside and Gail is hesitant to get in the ring. Dreamer laughs at Gail and tags in Trish. Gail comes in and the divas come after each other. Trish applies a headlock. Trish whips Gail and hits a spinebuster on her. Trish begins to climb onto the top rope, but meanwhile the Woman’s Champion Molly Holly comes running down the ramp with her title. Trish comes down from the top rope and is met with a title shot to the head and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Trish Stratus & Tommy Dreamer by DQ
Trish is knocked out in the corner. Molly goes after Gail and grabs her hair and head into the mat. Dreamer has no clue what is happening in the ring, but decides to go after Rhyno. Dreamer hits a running clothesline to Rhyno and looks under the ring. Dreamer brings out a kendo stick and pounds Rhyno’s back. Rhyno yells in pain and Dreamer puts the broken kendo stick down. Dreamer tells Rhyno he is coming for the hardcore title, as the camera goes backstage immediately while carnage continues at ringside.

Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin are hanging out backstage when there is a knock on their locker room door. They open the door, where Batista, Ric Flair, Randy Orton, and Triple H walk in. Haas and Benjamin do not look please, as Triple H smiles and says hi. Hunter says he is sure that Haas and Benjamin surely have heard all the rumors that they might be looking for new members. The World’s Greatest Tag Team gives an angry nod and Triple H tells them that they are officially inviting the WWE’s best tag team to join them.

Haas asks if he and his partner can talk about this for a second, but Benjamin intervenes and says he doesn’t need any time to decide. He says they do not want to join Evolution. Triple H and the rest of Evolution laugh. Triple H asks Batista what he thinks about this and Batista moves up to the front of the group and stares down Benjamin. Hunter tells them that they should seriously reconsider because the consequences will not be good and they have until the end of the night to give Evolution a decision. Haas looks worried, as Shelton and Batista end their stare down and Evolution walks off to a commercial.

[COMMERCIAL]


RAW comes back on air with JR explaining how we got into the upcoming tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Championship.

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Match #2
Three Way Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray & D’Von Dudley) © vs Basham Brothers (Doug & Danny Basham) vs A.P.A. (Bradshaw & Farooq)


The Basham’s make their way to the ring. Doug Basham grabs a microphone and talks about how the most dangerous tag team in the WWE has been disrespected and they will get their titles back tonight. However, A.P.A.’s music hits and they interrupt the Basham’s party. The Basham’s aren’t happy, as A.P.A. make their way into the ring. The Dudley’s make their way to the ring and their titles with a huge ovation. The Dudley’s are public enemy number one, as the rival teams stare down the champions. Doug Basham, Farooq, and D’Von start the match.

Farooq and Doug go after D’Von and throw him into the corner. Farooq hits D’Von with a hip toss and D’Von gets up into a scoop slam from Doug. Farooq goes for a pin, but Doug doesn’t like that and knocks Farooq off D’Von. Doug goes for the pin and Farooq throws Doug off D’Von. Doug goes after Farooq, but Farooq slams Doug’s head into the turnbuckle and Doug backs up into an inverted DDT from D’Von. D’Von goes and tags in Bubba. Bubba comes in and uppercuts Farooq, while clotheslining Doug. Bubba goes for the pin on Doug, but only gets a two count.

Bubba picks up Doug and Doug sneaks in an uppercut to get rid of Bubba. Doug whips Bubba into the ropes and tries a hip toss, but he can’t hit it on Bubba and Bubba gives him a smile while Doug realizes he is in trouble. Farooq comes running at them and Doug avoids a clothesline, which hits Bubba from behind. Doug hurries and tags in Danny Basham. Danny exchanges rights with Farooq and hits Farooq with a bulldog. Danny goes for the pin, but only gets a two. Danny is upset and complains to the referee. Farooq comes from behind and tosses Danny outside the ring and Farooq tags in Bradshaw.

Bradshaw comes in and hits a big boot to Bubba. Bradshaw goes for the pin, but Danny grabs Bradshaw from the outside and drags him out with him. Danny throws Bradshaw into the barricade and then into the side of the ring. Farooq comes from the apron and hits Danny with a huge clothesline. Farooq helps Bradshaw back into the ring, where Bubba greets him with stomp after stomp. Bradshaw gets put into the corner, where he counters Bubba into a sleeperhold. Bubba begins to fade and D’Von comes to help his partner. Farooq comes out and clotheslines D’Von, making both men flip over the top rope and into the outside. Referee begins to raise Bubba arm, but Doug comes from the apron to try and break it up. The referee leaves the count and tells Doug to get back to the apron. Danny comes from the outside and breaks up the submission hold.

Danny stomps away at Bradshaw and goes after Bubba. Bubba charges at Danny, but Danny ducks under it. Danny grabs Bubba and hits Bubba’s head against the turnbuckle. Danny muscles up and sits Bubba on the top turnbuckle. Danny begins hitting right after right to Bubba’s forehead. On the outside, D’Von throws Farooq into the steel steps. Danny is countered and pushed off the top rope by Bubba. Bubba looks down at Danny and prepares to splash onto him. Doug runs over and pushes Bubba off the top rope. Bubba flies down to the outside and lands into D’Von. Doug taunts the Dudley Boyz, while Bradshaw is waiting for Danny to get up. Danny gets up and turns around into a Clothesline from Hell. Bradshaw goes for the pin and Doug looks to help his partner. Doug goes to the top turnbuckle quickly and jumps down onto Bradshaw right before the three count. Bradshaw is pissed, as the referee tells Doug to get back to his corner. Doug pleads with the referee and Bradshaw comes over and hits a Clothesline from Hell to Doug. Bradshaw disposes of Doug to the outside of the ring.

Bradshaw goes back to pin Danny Basham and gets a two count. Bradshaw knows he missed his opportunity. Bubba slides back into the ring, while Farooq makes his attempt to get back onto the apron. D’Von gets back to his corner, as well. Bradshaw goes to pick up Danny, but Danny counters with a roll up. The count inches toward three, but Bubba breaks it up by kicking Danny. Bubba picks up Danny and tosses him fully over the top rope and he lands hard on the outside. Bradshaw sneaks over to Farooq and Farooq is tagged in. Bubba and Farooq exchange rights until Farooq clubs Bubba with his forearm.

Bubba stumbles, as Farooq hits a football tackle to Bubba’s knees. Bubba gets back up, but Farooq hits another one to the back of Bubba’s knees. Bubba gets hit by a Farooq neckbreaker and Farooq goes for the pin and D’Von runs over to break it up, but Bubba breaks out before D’Von’s help. Farooq runs over at D’Von and clubs D’Von with a forearm. He tosses D’Von out the ring and turns around at Bubba coming at him. Bubba sets up the Bubba Bomb, but Farooq won’t let him drop him and Bubba brings Farooq into the corner. Farooq is sitting on the top rope in the corner of the A.P.A.

Bubba lets go of Farooq for a moment to knock Bradshaw off the apron. Bubba having his eye off Farooq allows Farooq to grab Bubba and attack him. Farooq pulls Bubba in and Bubba climbs up to the second rope. Farooq pounds away at Bubba, but Bubba somehow sneaks into the top turnbuckle with Farooq. Bubba grabs the throat of Farooq and lifts him up and turns 180 as they jump off the turnbuckle and Bubba hits the Bubba Bomb from the top rope! The crowd is pumped and Bubba and Farooq lay there prone and out. The crowd chants for Bubba, who crawls over to Farooq and puts his arm around him. The referee begins the count and gets the three.

Winner: And Still WWE Tag Team Champions; The Dudley Boyz
The Dudley’s celebrate, as D’Von and Bubba are handed back their titles. The A.P.A. looks defeated, as the Basham’s sneak up from behind and attack the champions. They toss D’Von and Bubba out the ring and the tag titles are still in the ring. The Basham’s hold up the titles, as the crowd boos and RAW goes to commercial.

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RAW comes back on air and they talk about what just happened with the tag titles. JR mentions that he just got word that this week on Smackdown!, the Smackdown! GM Stephanie McMahon will return from her one week hiatus and she says he has a huge announcement. Also, Goldberg is expected to return from jail on Thursday. King mentions that the upcoming match is set up by RAW GM Eric Bischoff because of internal pressure by the administration to punish Big Show for walking out on a televised match during Heat.

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Match #3
Tornado Handicap Match
Big Show vs Edge & Eddie Guerrero


Edge makes his way to the ring, followed by Eddie Guerrero. The teammates prepare in the ring, as the United States Champion makes his way into the ring. The Big Show walks down the ramp with his title at his side and the crowd booing. Big Show steps into the ring, as his opponents are ready to go after him. Big Show yells out, ‘is this really punishment?’ and laughs. Guerrero and Edge run into Big Show, who stands tall and pushes his opponents off him. They run after Big Show again, but he pushes them down to the ground again.

Edge and Guerrero formulate a quick plan and go after the Big Show. Guerrero goes for the dropkick to the knees of the Big Show, but Show hits away Guerrero’s legs. Edge sneaks from behind and knees Big Show from the behind and drops Show to a knee. Edge hits a missile dropkick onto Big Show and goes for the pin, but only gets one. Show tosses Edge off him and gets up to get Edge. Guerrero sneaks from behind and wraps his body around Show. Guerrero attempts a suplex, but can’t get Show off the ground. Edge comes with another dropkick to Show, which Show backs up into the corner and effectively pins Guerrero inbetween the turnbuckle and Big Show.

Show walks forward slowly and Edge goes for a quick spear, but Show moves away and Edge cannot slow up. Edge hits Guerrero in the corner. Edge stumbles back into the middle of the ring and turns around into an open handed chop into his chest. Show hits another one and tosses Edge into the ropes. Show hits Edge with the sidewalk slam and goes for the pin. Show gets a two count. Show picks up Edge by the hair and throws him into Guerrero, who is still in the corner. Show pins the two opponents on each other in the corner. Show hits Edge with a headbutt and throws Edge back into the middle of the ring, where he crashes into the mat. Show goes for an open handed chop to Guerrero, but Guerrero comes out of nowhere and uses the ropes to hit a tornado DDT. Guerrero pins Big Show and gets a two count.

Big Show gets up and Guerrero runs at him to attempt a body splash, but Big Show catches him. Big Show throws Guerrero into Edge and the two go down. Big Show hits a leg drop onto Guerrero and waits for Edge to get up. Edge gets up and Show sets him up for the chokeslam. Show gets his huge hand around Edge’s neck, but counters with a legsweep. Edge goes up to the top rope. Edge gets Show up and goes for the flying crossbody. Show catches Edge, like he did Guerrero. Show throws Edge into the corner and goes for Guerrero.

Guerrero turns around into a chokeslam and Big Show hits the devastating chokeslam. Guerrero is down and Show turns around to make sure Edge is down. Show smiles and goes to pin Eddie Guerrero, when Chris Benoit’s music hits. The crowd gets on their feet, while Big Show abandons the pin and is screaming, telling Benoit to get his ass down here. Benoit’s music keeps playing, as Edge sets up behind Big Show and waits for him to turn around. Big Show yells at the ramp and says that Benoit is scared. Show turns around and Edge runs at him and nails the spear. Edge goes for the pin and gets the three count.

Winner: Edge and Eddie Guerrero
Edge celebrates, as Big Show is down clutching his ribs. The camera goes backstage, where authorities are breaking up another backstage brawl between Rey Mysterio and Tajiri. The two are yelling at each other in their own respective langauges. Rey speaks in English and says that Tajiri screwed him out of the Hardcore Title, but nothing will screw him from winning Tajiri’s Cruiserweight Championship. RAW goes to commercial with people holding both competitors back.

[COMMERCIAL]


RAW comes back on air with A.P.A. hanging out backstage. Farooq and Bradshaw try to get into a game of cards, but neither of them can do it. They talk about how they are upset over losing. They both know they never act like this, but they just really wanted that win. They both crack open a beer, when Evolution walks into their locker room. Triple H and Flair grab a beer and take a sip. Triple H and Flair don’t enjoy the taste and put it down. Bradshaw asks them to get the hell out, but Triple H comes up to Bradshaw and Farooq and simply smiles.

He tells Bradshaw that he feels bad for what happened earlier tonight, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. He tells A.P.A. that they offered a spot to Haas and Benjamin earlier tonight and they have until the end of the night. However, the more the merrier and who wouldn’t want two badasses in the most dominant group in wrestling history. Triple H says this is the best way for them to get back on their feet. Bradshaw and Farooq shrug their shoulders and Bradshaw says they just have a lot to deal with now and they will get back to Triple H on Smackdown! Triple H says he understands and expects a decision by Thursday.

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Match #4
Non-Title Singles Match
Randy Orton vs Chris Benoit


The Intercontinental Champion makes his way to ringside, followed by his opponent Chris Benoit. Benoit and Orton stare down each other in the middle of the ring, with Benoit looking serious and Orton staying cocky. The bell rings and the two lock up. Benoit gets the upper hand, but Orton elbows out of it and tosses Benoit into the ropes. Orton hits a hip toss and Benoit gets right back up. Benoit hits a hip toss of his own to Orton and the two go back to their own corners and stare each other down again. All of a sudden, the Big Show’s music hits.

The Big Show makes his way down to the ring and Orton and Benoit have no clue what’s going on. Show is yelling at Benoit and telling him that if Benoit isn’t going to come to him, he will come to Benoit. Benoit and Show begin a shouting contest, as Orton stands back and watches, but seems like he is waiting for Benoit to turn around. The referee keeps telling Big Show to leave, but the shouting contest continues. The referee runs to the outside and tells Big Show to leave. Show ignores the referee so the referee tells Big Show he is banned from ringside. The crowd cheers, as Benoit smiles and says bye to the Big Show. Benoit turns around into an RKO by Orton. Orton goes for the pin immediately and yells for the referee to come into the ring.

Big Show leaves as soon as the RKO was hit, but the referee waits until he makes sure Big Show has left. Referee sees Show is leaving and runs back into the ring and starts the count right away. The referee counts three, but no wait! Benoit kicks out right before three according to the referee. Orton complains to the referee, as Benoit makes his way back up. Benoit hooks the belly to back suplex on Orton and hits not one, not two, but three suplex’s on Orton. The last one Benoit turns into a pin and the referee goes down for the count. The referee gives Benoit a two count.

Orton and Benoit get up and Benoit hits chop after chop to Orton, backing him up into the corner. Benoit backs up and runs at Orton, hitting a running knee into the gut of Orton. Benoit backs up and goes for it again, but Orton moves and Benoit crashes against the ropes. Benoit turns around into an European uppercut from Orton. Another uppercut from Orton and Orton hits Benoit with a belly to belly suplex. Orton is feeling it and the crowd boos him. Benoit gets up and runs at Orton, who hits a snap scoop powerslam. Orton is looking to hit the RKO. Orton is waiting and waiting and Benoit finally gets up. Orton goes for the RKO, but Benoit pushes Orton off and Orton is tossed into the referee. The referee goes down and both competitors are also down.

Orton gets up and sees the referee down. Orton goes to the outside and gets a steel chair. Orton folds in the chair and comes into the ring. Chris Jericho comes running down the ramp from the outside and Orton sees him. Jericho comes in the ring and attacks Orton immediately. Orton misses a chair shot and Jericho hits Orton with right after right. The two exchange rights until Orton misses a clothesline. Benoit begins to get up to see the two fighting. Orton missed clothesline turns into Jericho hitting the Codebreaker on Orton. Orton stumbles into Benoit, who applies the crossface immediately. Orton tries to resist the tap, but Orton begins tapping. Jericho begins to try to revive the referee. The referee begins to move and Jericho leaves right away. The referee sees Orton tapping and calls for the bell.

Winner: Chris Benoit
Benoit celebrates, as Jericho stands at the ramp smiling at costing Randy Orton the match. RAW goes to commercial.

[COMMERCIAL]


RAW comes on air with the Rock and Kurt Angle discussing their upcoming match. JR plugs Goldberg’s return this week on Smackdown! before the main event begins.

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Match #5
Tag Team Match
Triple H & Ric Flair vs The Rock & Kurt Angle


Evolution’s music hits and Triple H makes his way out to the ring along with the legendary Ric Flair. The two make their way down with a handful of boos. Kurt Angle’s music hits and the crowd cheers. Kurt makes his way to the ring, in anticipation of his partner. The Rock’s music hits and the crowd goes wild. The Rock comes down to the ring, with Triple H starring down the Rock the whole time. Rock poses for the crowd and we win begin the match with Triple H and Kurt Angle starting the match.

Triple H and Angle lock up with Triple H pounding Angle’s midsection with short, but powerful punches. Angle backs off and Triple H hits a running clothesline. Triple H gets Angle up into an abdominal stretch. Angle is in pain, but gets a hold of the rope. Triple H breaks the hold on the referees count and goes to tag in Ric Flair. Flair comes in and pushes Angle into the corner. Flair hits loud chops onto Angle. Flair struts around the ring for a second before coming back to Angle. Angle reverses and flips Flair into the corner. Angle hits some chops into Flair’s chest and Angle comes out and says some ‘woo’s!’ as well.

Angle hits a headbutt to Flair in the corner. Flair drops onto his butt and leans against the turnbuckle. Angle goes over and tags in the Rock. The Rock goes after Flair. Rock pulls Flair out of the corner and catapults him back into the corner. Flair stumbles back into the middle of the ring and Rock applies the sharpshooter. Flair is in pain, as the Rock looks to apply more pressure. Rock looks to Triple H and Triple H trash talks the Rock. Rock breaks the hold and goes up to Triple H. The two trash talk one another until Triple H slaps the Rock. The Rock is pissed, but Ric Flair crawls over and rolls up the Rock. Flair grabs the Rock’s tights and only gets a two count.

The Rock pops up and goes after Flair. Rock hits Triple H off the apron and goes back after Flair. Rock hits a spinebuster on Flair and puts him in another sharpshooter. Flair is in pain and is about to tap until Triple H comes in the ring and breaks up the hold. Angle comes over and clotheslines Triple H over the ropes to the outside. Angle goes back to his corner, as Triple H collects himself and goes back to the corner. Flair crawls around in the ring and tells him to tag in Triple H. Hunter tries to get into the ring, but the referee goes over to stop him. Flair takes advantage and hits a low blow on the Rock while the referee attends to Triple H.

Flair gets up and tags in Triple H. Triple H yells at the Rock to get up, after suffering a low blow. Triple H picks the Rock up and hits a facebreaker knee smash. Rock gets up and is whipped to the ropes and Triple H hits a DDT. Rock gets up and is met by a high knee from Triple H. Rock keeps trying to get up and attack Triple H, but Triple H keeps getting the upperhand. Triple H picks up the Rock and smiles at the booing crowd. Rock tries to reverse with a quick Rock Bottom and Triple H elbows out of it. Triple H goes for the Pedigree and Angle comes from the corner. Triple H breaks the Pedigree and avoids Angle to throw Angle to the outside. Triple H turns around into Rock throwing Triple H outside, as well. Rock makes his way to the outside.

Flair jumps down from the apron to join the fun. Rock throws Flair into the barricade. Rock and Triple H go at it. Angle joins in, but leaves so he can take care of Ric Flair. Triple H slams Rock into the announcers table. Rock grabs his back and Triple H hits stiff right after stiff right onto the Rock. Angle comes over and tackles Triple H off the Rock. Angle and Triple H fight over by the announcers table and Rock tries to make his way over to Flair. Meanwhile, the referee is counting in the ring and gets to the ten count.

Winner: Draw by double countout
The Rock pounds away at Ric Flair in the corner of the barricade. Kurt Angle looks to hit the Angle Slam to Triple H on the outside through the announcers table. Triple H counters and flips Angle over his head and back first into the announcers table, absolutely destroying Angle and the announcers table. Triple H goes over to Rock, but Rock sees it and clotheslines Triple H. Rock goes back after Ric Flair, but Batista comes running down the ramp. Rock goes after Batista and hits him with right after right. Randy Orton comes running down after the Rock brought down Batista. Rock goes after Orton and has the upperhand again, but Flair sneaks from behind and low blows the Rock. Orton and Flair double team the Rock.

The crowd pops as Chris Jericho runs down the ramp. Flair breaks free and goes after Jericho. Jericho tosses Flair into the barricade up the ramp. Orton sees Jericho coming after him and runs into the crowd. Jericho jumps into the crowd and chases Orton through the crowd, into the concourse, and soon out of sight. Batista and Rock go after it and Rock gets the upperhand. Triple H grabs his sledgehammer from under the ring and goes after the Rock. Triple H comes over to attack the Rock, but Rock hits Triple H and he drops his sledgehammer. Flair joins the fight against the Rock. Rock deals with a three on one, but somehow gets the upperhand again. Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas coming running down the ramp, as Evolution is in trouble by an inspired Rock.

Rock prepares for a fight against Haas and Benjamin. Batista yells orders and tells them to go after the Rock. Haas and Benjamin run at the Rock, but break from the Rock and attack Batista and Flair. The crowd explodes for Haas and Benjamin. Haas goes after Flair and Benjamin goes after Batista. The tag teams battle, while Triple H grabs his sledgehammer and tries to get out via the ramp. The Rock chases Triple H up the ramp. Rock catches up to Triple H, but Triple H turns around and hits the Rock with a sledgehammer out of nowhere. The crowd boos Triple H, as he stands over the Rock’s body exhausted and RAW comes to an end.
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Things are heating up as Badd Blood is 72 hours away and Goldberg is expected to make his return from jail tonight on Smackdown! Brock Lesnar thought he would be done with Goldberg after Goldberg was arrested by Paul Heyman, but he didn't thing about the revenge that Goldberg will be seeking after he was arrested and stripped from his number one contendership. Shawn Michaels won a number one contenders match to get the title shot at Badd Blood. HBK and Brock Lesnar will have a contract signing tonight for the match at Badd Blood, but what other fireworks will erupt between these two?

Triple H and the Rock continue their battle as they head into their match at Badd Blood. Rock was out numbered and out matched by all the experience and big bodies of Evolution this past Monday, but he believes he can overcome the odds and take down the World Heavyweight Champion this Sunday. Rock was downed by a sledgehammer attack on RAW and he will have to bounce back. How will Evolution respond to the World's Greatest Tag Team denying their invitation into Evolution and will Evolution retaliate? Will there be more recruits for Triple H's legendary stable?

Stephanie McMahon, Smackdown!'s GM vows a huge announcement tonight after she did not appear last Thursday. The McMahon's know how to drop bombshells and this is expected to be no different. Randy Orton and Chris Jericho continue to battle for whose number one and how will the tag team division react to Dudley Boyz winning a huge three team tag team match to defend their titles. Watch Chris Benoit, Big Show, Kane, John Cena, Rey Mysterio, and more superstars this Thursday Night on Smackdown!

Announced for Smackdown!:

Contract signing for WWE Title match with Brock Lesnar (c) and Shawn Michaels
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  • Vince McMahon has been on business trips lately and some believe that he is reaching out to legends for a possible return or two.
  • The Stephanie McMahon-Paul Heyman angle is an angle that the WWE writers want to continue into the summer and possibly culminating at Survivor Series, but they are awaiting fan reaction to the current events going on before they take any more steps.
  • WWE Talent Director acknowledges that the roster is rather big right now and they are paying many superstars to just work house shows and dark matches without much or any television time. They are in the process of either finding ways to use the superstars, awaiting them to request their release, finding ways to write them off on television, or waiting for their contract to expire.
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Thursday Night Smackdown!
Date: 6/14/03
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Venue: Verizon Arena
Attendance: 19,320/19,500


Smackdown! comes on air from Little Rock, Arkansas. Michael Cole and Tazz are ringside and mention that Badd Blood is 72 hours away and tonight we shape up for Badd Blood. They discuss that GM Stephanie McMahon has a huge announcement tonight and Goldberg is supposed to return tonight. Also, Shawn Michaels and Brock Lesnar will have a contract signing tonight for their WWE Title match this Sunday. They speak about Evolution, until Evolution’s music hits and the group makes their way to the ring. Triple H is followed out by Ric Flair, Batista, and Randy Orton. The four title holders make their way down to the ring and are greeted by a flurry of boos. Triple H laughs and asks if the crowd appreciates what he did to the Rock on Monday. The crowd boos and Triple H says that he finally gave Rock something that was surely coming to him.

Triple H says that he proved to the Rock that we are just too much for him. He says they have the monster of Dave Batista, the legend of Ric Flair, and the instinct of Randy Orton. Last but not least, there is the cerebral assassin. Triple H says the Rock will not be able to beat this and that will be proven at Badd Blood. Triple H says if the Rock has any objections, he should come down to the ring now. The crowd chants the Rock’s name over and over, but it appears he is not coming down. Triple H says that the so called people’s champ is not man enough to come face us. He says that now that he is done with the Rock, he can focus on other business. He hands the microphone to Ric Flair.

The crowd cheers for Flair and he says that last Monday, the World’s Greatest Tag Team turned down an opportunity of a lifetime and decided to attack himself and Batista. Flair assures that Batista is not happy and that Batista is ready to kick some ass. Batista nods his head in a very serious face. Flair says that the Rock tried to standup to Evolution and look at him now. The next two victims are Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas. Batista grabs the microphone from Flair and tells Haas and Benjamin to come down to the ring immediately. Triple H laughs and takes the microphone, saying that Batista will have his chance at those two, but not now.

Triple H says that he has one more piece of business to attend too and that is the A.P.A. He gave Bradshaw and Farooq until tonight to make up their minds and he expects an answer now. He tells A.P.A. to make their way to the ring. A.P.A.’s music hits and they make their way to the ring. Triple H says he wants an answer now. Bradshaw gets a microphone and said it has been a bad couple days. They lost their title shot on RAW and now it’s back to boiler rooms, cold beers, and poker. Farooq says that doesn’t sound too bad and Bradshaw agrees. Bradshaw says that they lost and it sucks, but life goes on and the chance will come again. He says, however, that he has had to deal with this joining Evolution crap and after seeing what Haas and Benjamin did last week, the answer is no. The crowd cheers and Triple H has that ‘did you just say that?’ smile on his face.

Triple H laughs and says that was not the answer he was looking for, so he gives them one more chance. Bradshaw goes face to face with Triple H and both men get serious. Bradshaw says the answer is still no. Triple H shakes his head and turns around. Triple H mumbles to ‘go at it boys’ and Batista, Flair, and Orton attack A.P.A. Bradshaw and Farooq put up a fight, but Flair goes for the knees of Bradshaw to bring him down. Batista brings down Farooq and Orton and Flair get Bradshaw. Triple H goes to the outside and throws in two chairs. Orton hits Bradshaw square in the back not one, not two, but three times. Batista hits Farooq in the gut with the chair and picks him up for the Batista Bomb, and connects. Batista picks up Farooq again and hits another Batista Bomb on him.

Farooq is picked up and nailed in the gut repeatedly with the chair until he goes onto his knees. Triple H grabs the chair and slams Farooq in the back. Farooq falls over, out cold. Orton and Flair hold Bradshaw straight up, as Triple H still has the chair and loads back to slam Bradshaw with the chair skull first. Bradshaw goes down in a hurry. The Rock comes running down the ramp and Evolution gets out the ring. Rock checks on A.P.A., but it is too late. Rock calls for help from backstage, while Evolution smiles and walks back up the ramp. The camera goes backstage to see Stephanie McMahon stepping out of her limo. Cole hypes her huge announcement tonight and the commercial hits.

[COMMERCIAL]


Tazz talks about how the Women’s division has been nuts with Gail Kim going after Trish Stratus and Molly Holly. However, Trish will get her shot tonight against Molly Holly.

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Match #1
Singles Match for the WWE Women’s Championship
Molly Holly © vs Trish Stratus


Trish Stratus’s music hits and the beautiful Trish makes her way to the ring. Trish stands in the ring while he opponent, Molly Holly, comes out to the stage. Molly comes to the stage with her title and makes her way to the ring. She gives the title to the referee, who holds it up high and calls for the bell. Trish and Molly lock up immediately, with Trish getting the advantage. Molly whips Trish into the ropes and Molly goes down to avoid Trish. Trish goes off the other rope and goes at Molly, who goes for a clothesline and hits it. Molly picks up Trish and throws her into the corner. Molly punches away at Trish, which makes Trish stumble out of the corner. Molly grabs her by the hair and throws her down to the mat.

The referee yells at Molly and Molly asks if the referee has seen the other crap that Trish has pulled in her career. Molly focuses back on Trish, who sneaks in a roll up and a two count. They get up and Molly takes down Trish. Molly grabs Trish’s hair and slams her against the mat. The referee breaks it up again and Molly continues to complain. Trish gets up and Molly goes after her. Trish comes out of nowhere with a bicycle kick and goes for the pin. Trish gets a two count.

Trish picks Molly up and hits her with a few backhand chops. Trish sneaks in a one armed neckbreaker to Molly and the crowd is pumped for the excited Trish. Trish picks up Molly and drags her to the corner. Molly counters and fights out of it, but Trish comes back with a one handed bulldog to Molly. Trish throws Molly into the corner. Trish backs up and runs at Molly, hitting a Stratus Splash stinger splash on Molly. Molly stumbles around and Trish nails her with the roundhouse Chick Kick. Trish gets down and covers Molly and gets the three count.

Winner: And NEW WWE Women’s Champion; Trish Stratus
Trish celebrates in the ring, as the referee hands her the title and she holds it up high. Molly sneaks up Trish from behind and hits the Molly-Go-Round on Trish in frustration. Molly shakes her head, as she is not happy that she lost the match. Molly walks off with the crowd booing her. The camera goes backstage and Randy Orton is walking backstage with the rest of Evolution. They joke around how they took apart A.P.A. tonight, until Chris Jericho walks up to them. Evolution becomes instantly serious and Jericho says he wants to speak to Orton. Orton says he will deal with Jericho and tells his boys to leave.

Evolution walks off and Jericho and Orton go face to face. Jericho says it is pretty cool to beat down somebody two on four. Orton says that Jericho should seriously watch himself or else it will be one on four next time. Jericho says that Evolution is a joke, but he isn’t out for Evolution, he is out for Orton. Jericho says they have been talking week after week about who’s the best and he thinks it is time for them to put talents in the ring, one on one. Jericho says he wants to beat Orton at Badd Blood and win that Intercontinental Championship. Orton says he will finally be able to prove that Jericho is a has been and that he is truly better than him. Orton wishes Jericho good luck and walks off, as Smackdown! goes to commercial.

[COMMERCIAL]


Smackdown! comes on air and Michael Cole announces Tommy Dreamer vs Rhyno for the Hardcore Title at Badd Blood. He says that these two have shared some bad blood last week on RAW and now Dreamer will get his shot. Cole mentions that on RAW, the Dudley’s retained their titles, but after the match the Basham’s attacked the Dudley’s and that leads us to the match tonight.

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Match #2
Singles Match
Bubba Ray Dudley vs Danny Basham


Danny Basham’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring. The crowd pops when one half of the WWE Tag Team Champions makes his way to the ring. Bubba comes down with his title and gets in the ring. The bell rings and the two lock up in the ring. Bubba tosses Danny into the ropes and hits Danny with an arm drag. Danny gets up and is hit with another arm drag. Danny gets up and avoids Bubba to hit Bubba with a clothesline. Danny doesn’t let Bubba get up and begins to stomp him to the outside of the ring. Bubba composes himself on the outside. Danny tries to not let Bubba into the ring, but Bubba drags him out with him by grabbing his feet.

Danny hits the floor hard and Bubba slams him against the barricade. Bubba hits right after right to Basham and then tosses Basham into the ring post. Bubba picks up Basham and rolls him into the ring. Bubba goes right into the corner, but gets a two count. Bubba gets up and nails Danny with some more stomps and goes up to the top rope. Bubba looks to hit the senton. Bubba goes for the splash, but Danny moves and Bubba hits the mat hard. Danny rolls over onto Bubba and goes for the pin and gets a two.

Danny rolls over and both men slowly get up. They exchange rights and lefts, but Danny tries to counter and hit his bulldog. Bubba elbows out of it and hits the sidewalk slam to Danny. Bubba slowly gets up and wants Danny to get up. Danny gets up and walks to Bubba, who picks up Danny and hits the Bubba Bomb onto his opponent. Bubba pins Danny and gets a three count.

Winner: Bubba Ray Dudley
Bubba celebrates, but sees Doug Basham running in from the back. Doug and Bubba exchange rights, but Danny gets up and brings Bubba to a knee. The Basham’s take advantage. Danny works on Bubba, as Doug goes ringside and snatches the tag title from the official. Danny holds Bubba up and Doug hits Bubba with the belt. The Basham’s celebrate and throw the tag team title down at Bubba’s body, as we go backstage.

Stephanie McMahon is walking backstage and walks up to Evolution’s locker room. She knocks and Ric Flair opens the door. Flair mentions how such a beautiful woman is at the door and welcomes her in. Stephanie thanks Flair for the compliment, but sweet talking is not going to get Evolution out of this. She says she saw the attack Evolution put on A.P.A. tonight, as well as the beat down Triple H put on the Rock on RAW. She says she wanted to come here tonight and punish Evolution the same way they punished the injured Farooq. She asks Flair and Batista if they enjoy having those tag team titles and they both nod. She says that they will have to defend them tonight and if they lose they cannot evoke their rematch clause. And their opponent is the same team that stood up to Evolution on RAW, The World’s Greatest Tag Team. Flair is pissed and says that she cannot do this to them. She says she’s sure she can do whatever she wants and that their match is next!

[COMMERCIAL]


Smackdown! comes back on air with Cole saying what a surprise Stephanie has dropped and that Evolution better be on top of their game if they want to keep the World Tag Team titles tonight.

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Match #3
Tag Team Match for the World Tag Team Championship
Evolution (Ric Flair & Batista) © vs The World’s Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin)


The World’s Greatest Tag Team’s music hits and Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas make their way to the ring. They are greeted with a lot of cheers after they declined Evolution’s invitation and stood up to them. Haas and Benjamin are in the ring and await their opponents. Evolution’s music hits and the World Tag Team Champions, Ric Flair and Batista, make their way to the ring. They give their titles to the referee, who holds them high and the match begins with Flair and Haas.

Haas and Flair circle the ring, awaiting for the moment to go at each other. Haas picks a spot and goes for it, but Flair counters with a quick drop toe hold and already goes to put Haas into the figure four. Haas gets out of it and the two stare each other down. Flair runs at Haas and attempts to take out his knees, but Haas jumps over Flair and Flair turns around into an arm drag from Haas. Flair gets up and gets a dropkick, which sends Flair back into his corner and Batista tags himself in.

Batista steps in and Haas doesn’t seem scared. Haas steps up to Batista eye to eye. Haas goes for a few punches, but Batista turns his head from impact and turns his head back to Haas. Batista smiles and then hits a powerslam to Haas. Batista goes for the pin and gets a two count. Batista picks up Haas from the neck and slams him into the corner. Batista tags back in Flair and Flair runs into the corner. Flair chops Haas’s chest and sends out a big ‘woo!’ from himself and the crowd. Flair hits a few more chops and then hits a big knee into Haas’s gut. Haas stumbles out and Flair goes for a suplex, but Haas counters and hits a suplex of his own. Both men are down and going for their partner. The crowd gets on their feet and the tag is made to both partners.

Batista and Shelton Benjamin come running in. Batista misses a clothesline and Benjamin is behind Batista. Benjamin runs up and hits a running bulldog to Batista. Batista gets up and is met by a dropkick. He gets up and another dropkick is hit by Benjamin. Benjamin runs up to the top rope and waits for Batista to get up again. Batista gets up and is hit by a missile dropkick from the top rope. Benjamin goes for the pin and gets a two count. Benjamin is shocked and gets Batista up. Shelton musters up some faith and sets up for the belly to belly suplex on Batista. He cannot lift Batista after a few attempts and Batista throws him off into Evolution’s corner. Batista turns around and taunts Haas, which the referee gets between.

Flair is on the apron and talks smack to Shelton. Shelton yells back and Flair pokes him in the eye. Shelton wanders to the middle of the ring holding his eyes and Batista sees his opportunity. Batista kicks Shelton in the gut and sets him up for the Batista Bomb and he connects. The crowd is stunned and Haas comes to help his teammate. Haas dropkick’s Batista into Flair and Flair falls off the apron. Batista gets up and spears Haas. Batista picks Haas up and throws Haas out the ring. Batista goes back to Shelton and goes for the pin and gets a three, NO! Shelton narrowly kicked out.

Batista complains to the referee about Haas. Shelton rolls around and the two go eye to eye again. Batista runs at Shelton, but Shelton trips up Batista. Batista stumbles and Shelton hits a shoulder to the beast’s knee. Batista goes down on a knee and Shelton hits a bulldog on Batista with Batista on a knee. Shelton tags in Haas and Haas waits for Batista to get on a knee. Batista gets on a knee and Haas unloads with kick after kick to the sides of Batista. Haas picks up Batista and hits a DDT onto Batista. Haas goes for the pin and gets a two. Haas isn’t happy and goes to tag in Shelton, but Batista grabs Haas’s foot. Haas turns around and Batista shoots back up to hit a spinebuster out of nowhere. Both men crawl to their partner again and both get tagged in.

Flair goes for Haas’s legs immediately and brings Haas down. Flair comes running and knees Haas in what seems like the jaw. Haas goes down and Flair hits a diving knee drop. Haas is down and Flair goes for the figure four leg lock. Shelton is still down and can’t help out his partner. Haas begins fighting through the hold and is nowhere near the ropes. Haas tries to get to the ropes, but he cannot. Haas is trying to not tap, but the pain is ridiculous. Flair turns up the pressure, but Shelton comes from outside the ring and hits a missile dropkick to Flair. Flair breaks the hold and Haas slides over slowly to cover Flair, but gets a two.

Both men are down, but Batista is not there to get tagged in. Haas tags in Shelton and Shelton gets up to the top rope and waits for Flair to get up. Randy Orton comes running down the ramp and Haas yells to Shelton to go after Flair. Flair gets up and Shelton goes for the crossbody and hits it. Haas gets up onto the top rope and hits his own crossbody onto Orton on the outside of the ring. Orton goes down and, in the ring, Shelton goes for the pin and gets a two count. Batista gets back on the apron and pleads for Flair to tag him in so he can end it. Flair tries to make his way over, but Shelton drags him back. Flair counters Shelton and flips Shelton around. Flair goes back to try and make the tag, but Charlie Haas runs around ringside and sweeps Batista’s legs out from under him. Batista falls off the apron and his head hits off the side of the ring.

Flair misses his chance to tag Batista in, as Haas and Batista go at it. Flair is shocked and turns around to go face to face with Shelton. Flair goes for the chop and hits it constantly to Shelton. Shelton backs up and Flair runs at him with the running knee, but Shelton catches the knee and counters into the Dragon Whip. Flair goes down and the crowd goes nuts. Shelton goes for the pin and gets the three.

Winner: And NEW World Tag Team Champions; The World’s Greatest Tag (Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin)
Benjamin gets up instantly and celebrates with the crowd cheering him on. Batista comes in the ring and clubs down Benjamin. Batista is furious and beats down Shelton. Haas comes over and helps his partner, but Batista tosses Haas off him immediately. Orton slides in the ring and attacks Shelton. Flair goes and gets a chair. He brings it into the ring and loads up to slam Benjamin on the back with it. Orton and Flair encourage Batista to hit the chair shot when all of a sudden, Chris Jericho’s music hits and Jericho makes his way to the ring. Batista drops the chair and leaves the ring with Flair and Orton. Jericho helps Haas and Benjamin up and the new tag champions celebrate, while Jericho yells at Flair, Batista, and Orton, calling them cowards.

[COMMERCIAL]


Smackdown! comes back on with Cole and Tazz wondering if Evolution’s punishment was Stephanie’s big announcement. They hype the contract signing tonight between HBK and Brock Lesnar, as we begin the next match.

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Match #4
Singles Match
Rey Mysterio vs Rob Van Dam


Rob Van Dam makes his way to the ring with a mixed reaction, but everyone always loves when he motions the crowd to chant ‘R-V-D’. Rey Mysterio’s music hits and the crowd pops immediately. Mysterio makes his way to the ring and is about to begin the match with RVD. Suddenly before the bell, Tajiri’s music hits and the crowd boos. The Cruiserweight Champion makes his way to the ring, yelling at Rey Mysterio. Tajiri walks into the ring and RVD tries to ask him what the hell he is doing, but Tajiri turns his head and spits the mist into RVD’s eyes. RVD goes down to his knees and Tajiri nails him with a kick to the side of the head, sending him down.

Mysterio gets into Tajiri’s face, but Tajiri hits kick after kick to Mysterio’s midsection. Mysterio goes down and Tajiri hits the Buzzsaw Kick to the side of Mysterio’s head. Mysterio goes down in a heap and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: No Contest
Tajiri looks over the chaos he created in the ring and walks off to a crowd of boos, as the commercial comes quick.

[COMMERCIAL]


Brock Lesnar and Shawn Michaels are shown in a split screen in their respective locker rooms, as Cole says the contract signing is coming up and there have been no reports of Goldberg in the building as of now.

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Match #5
Non-Title Singles Match
Big Show vs John Cena


John Cena’s music hits and Cena makes his way into the ring to a huge pop. Cena gets in the ring, as Big Show’s music hits. The crowd boos, as the United States Champion makes his way to the ring. The crowd boos Big Show, who seems to enjoy the boos. Big Show gets in the ring and stares down Cena. Cena looks forward to the challenge and the referee rings the bell. The wrestlers measure up one another and Cena goes after Big Show. Cena clubs Show into the corner, when Show pushes Cena back into the middle of the ring. Cena comes running at Big Show again, when Show tosses Cena into the corner.

Show gives Cena some hard open hand chops and Cena feels every last bit of them. Cena stumbles out of the corner and Show hits a sidewalk slam. Show goes for the cover and gets a two count. Show picks Cena up and tosses Cena to the ropes. Cena gets under a clothesline and runs back at Show. Cena jumps up at Show and goes to club his face, but Show catches Cena. Cena elbows his way out of Show’s grasps and Cena goes to pick up Big Show. Cena attempts to pick him up in a fireman’s carry, but Cena fails and Big Show puts Cena into an abdominal stretch.

Cena struggles and is in pain, but Show releases the hold and throws Cena onto the ground. Cena gets up and Show goes for the Big Boot, but Cena gets under it. Cena runs at Show with a leaping shoulder block and hits, but Show doesn’t go down. Cena backs up and hits another one, backing Show up into the corner. Cena backs up and looks to hit one more. Cena runs at Show and goes for another leaping shoulder block. Show moves away and Cena catches himself on the second turnbuckle. Cena turns around and goes to leap onto Big Show, but Show catches him coming down with the hand around the neck. Show picks Cena back up and hits the chokeslam. Show goes for the pin and gets the three.

Winner: Big Show
Big Show celebrates, when Chris Benoit’s music hits. Benoit comes out to the stage with a big cheer from the crowd. Benoit says he is sick of these sneak attacks and calling each other out on crap. He wants to settle the score in the ring. Benoit demands a match at Badd Blood for the United States Title. Show gets a microphone and asks if Benoit really wants to fight him when realistically Benoit has no chance. Benoit smiles and says that we will see who is talking when Show is tapping out in the middle of the ring and is handed the Intercontinental Championship. Benoit drops the microphone and walks off, as Show is not happy.

[COMMERCIAL]


Cole and Tazz rundown the current Badd Blood card. Triple H’s music hits and Triple H makes his way down to the ring with his title across his waist. Triple H walks over to the announcers table and joins Cole and Tazz at commentary.

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Match #6
Singles Match
The Rock vs Kane


Kane’s fire pyro blasts off and Kane makes his way to the ring. Kane looks to make a statement by beating the number one contender. Kane steps into the ring and awaits his opponent. The Rock’s music hits and the crowd shoots up to their feet. The Rock makes his way into the ring, as Kane just stares him down. Rock and Kane get in their corners and the referee rings the bell.

Rock and Kane lock up in the ring and Kane tosses Rock into the ropes. Rock is met by a clothesline and he gets right back up. Kane tosses Rock again and hits another clothesline. Kane goes for the quick pin, but only gets a short one count. Kane picks the Rock up and hits a scoop slam on him. Rock gets up and Kane pounds away at Rock with a few rights and an occasionally throat thrust. Rock stumbles away and Kane comes at him, but Rock comes out of nowhere with rights at Kane. Rock loads up for the last punch and hits Kane, who bounces off the ropes and back at Rock, who hits a DDT. Both men go down after the DDT.

Rock is the first to get up and he picks up Kane. Rock goes to whip Kane into the ropes, but Kane reverses and throws Rock into the ropes. Kane misses a clothesline and Rock runs back at Kane and hits a flying clothesline. Kane gets up and goes for a right uppercut to the Rock, but Rock counters with a fisherman’s suplex. Rock goes for the pin and gets a two count. Rock throws Kane into the corner. Kane is getting pounded into the corner, when he counters with some rights. Kane hits an uppercut that sends the Rock into the middle of the ring. Kane comes out of the corner with a big boot, but Rock gets under it. Rock runs at Kane and hits a flying neckbreaker. Rock goes for the pin and gets a two.

Rock is frustrated and goes to pick up Kane. Triple H yells from the announcers table at the Rock and Rock lets go of Kane. Rock goes to the ropes and yells at Triple H. Rock turns around and walks into a big boot by Kane. Kane waits for Rock to get up and Kane pulls up his glove on his right hand. Rock gets up and Kane puts the choke grip on the Rock. Rock elbows out of it and Kane releases the hold. Kane turns around and blocks Rock’s right hand and goes for the chokeslam again and connects. The crowd is shocked and Kane goes for the pin. The referee goes for the pin and gets a two only.

Triple H is shocked at ringside and Kane cannot believe it. Kane gets up and sets up for another chokeslam. Rock slowly gets up and Kane goes for the choke, but Rock ducks under it and hits a spinebuster on Kane. Both men are down, when Rock jumps up from the mat. The crowd goes crazy and Rock sets up Kane for the People’s Elbow. Rock throws his elbow pad into the crowd and runs to one side of the ring and goes to the other. Triple H runs off the announcers table and catches Rock’s legs while he runs to the other side of the ring. Triple H slides the Rock to the outside and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: The Rock via DQ
Triple H slams the Rock’s head off the announcers table and hits the Pedigree in front of the announcers table. Triple H grabs his title and leans down to put it right next to the Rock’s face. He says that the Rock will never touch this piece of gold and to give up for once in his life. Triple H continues to gloat, as Smackdown! goes to commercial.

[COMMERCIAL]


Smackdown! comes back with the ring set up for a contract signing and the Smackdown! General Manager Stephanie McMahon in the middle of the ring. She says she is here to supervise and watch over the contract signing of the two men who will battle for the WWE Championship this Sunday at Badd Blood. She announces the number one contender for the WWE Championship, Shawn Michaels. HBK makes his way down to the ring with a noticeable limp because of his ankle. Shawn shakes Stephanie’s hand, as Stephanie announces the WWE Champion and his manager, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman. Lesnar makes his way out with Heyman to a round of boos. They make their way to the ring and neither acknowledges Stephanie. HBK and Lesnar take their seats, sitting across from one another.

Stephanie reviews the contract and says that she expects no funny business to interfere in this match between an upcoming star in Brock Lesnar and a sure Hall of Famer in Shawn Michaels. Heyman uses his microphone to say that Stephanie needs to correct herself and say that his client is already a proven star in the WWE. Stephanie gives the sarcastic smile to Heyman and she continues speaking. Stephanie says that she will give both men a chance to talk about their upcoming match this Sunday and she will start with HBK. Meanwhile, Heyman grabs the contract and puts on his reading glasses to read the contract.

Michaels says he has been coming out here lately and mentions how his career needed a jump start and how he missed his chance by losing the battle royal on RAW to The Rock. However, his big break came when Goldberg was arrested and he earned his shot against the WWE Champion. He says he has been here one too many times and that it is not time to start feeling sorry for myself and feeling ‘lucky’ that he is in this situation. Shawn says that he beat one of the best athletes in the company to get this title shot and he did it with one ankle. Only superstars with heart and determination win in this company. Shawn says that Lesnar possesses none of those qualities and that is why Shawn Michaels will be crowned the new WWE Champion. Shawn says he has always been in this company to prove something and now he is here to prove that Brock Lesnar is not the next big thing, instead he is just another cocky superstar who has a manager who feeds him lie after lie just to keep him happy. Shawn says that he will bring Lesnar back down to reality this Sunday and will do anything to make it happen.

Lesnar stares down Michaels the whole time, as Michaels points toward the contract and Heyman Frisbee tosses the contract to Michaels. Michaels signs the contract on the dotted line. Shawn slides the contract over to Lesnar, who continues to stare down Michaels with an evil stare. Heyman begins to speak and says that he barely heard anything Shawn said except bits and pieces because Brock and himself have heard the same thing from people much more worthy than HBK. Heyman mentions The Rock and the Undertaker people who said the same thing and suffered the same fate Shawn will feel this Sunday. Shawn says that the Undertaker and the Rock are not the Heartbreak Kid, Shawn Michaels.

Heyman laughs again and asks how Shawn’s ankle is. Shawn says it is feeling good and Heyman disputes that by saying that limp walking down the ramp was quite noticeable. Shawn says that he can beat Lesnar with one ankle and quite frankly, Lesnar is lucky that Shawn is not in great health. Heyman tells HBK to cut the crap and realize that he signed his own death wish because Brock is not only going to beat Shawn this Sunday. Heyman says that Lesnar is going to tear the rest of that bad ankle to shreds and make you never be able to compete in a WWE ring again. He says that when Shawn is indicted into the Hall of Fame, he will be walking up for his acceptance speech with a limp and maybe even a cane because what Brock is going to do to him is unspeakable.

Shawn smiles and tells Lesnar to bring it on. Heyman tells Shawn to wipe that smile off his face and not be a smartass to his client. He asks Shawn what makes him different from any of the other legends that Brock has taken out? Shawn has no response, but instead just sarcastically nods along with Heyman. Heyman says that Stephanie knows how good Brock Lesnar is and so does the rest of the locker room. He says that the rest of the locker room will see what Brock does to Shawn and no one will want to face him. He says that Goldberg will come back from the jail cell and not want to face his client because Goldberg knows he cannot beat him. He asks Shawn if he wants to back out before Brock signs the contract. Shawn shakes his head and tells Lesnar to sign the damn contract. Lesnar is handed a pen by Heyman and goes for the signature, but Stephanie pulls back the contract.

The crowd cheers Stephanie and she says that Brock will get his chance to sign the contract, but she has to deal with something first. She says that she had a meeting last week and no one was here to run Smackdown! She says that she watched the show and witnessed a complete abuse of power from the one and only Paul Heyman. She asks Heyman how dare he pull the ‘I have power’ angle on Goldberg and the rest of the locker room. She says that Heyman thought it was his show and honestly, it will never be his show. Heyman tries to mention that someone needed to run the show and she tells him to shutup. Stephanie says it was sickening seeing Heyman clearly instigate Goldberg to attack him so that Goldberg could be arrested, stripped from his opportunity at Lesnar, and have another superstar get the chance to face Lesnar all due to the fact that Paul Heyman thinks that his client Brock Lesnar cannot beat Goldberg.

Lesnar turns around and looks at Heyman curiously. Heyman pleads to Lesnar that his is not true and Goldberg had what he had coming to him. Heyman says that once Lesnar becomes the most dominant figure in this company and holds up the WWE financially, he will have leverage on everybody and will get Stephanie fired immediately or else Lesnar walks. Heyman says that Stephanie is a terrible GM that cannot even be here to support her own show, superstars, or fans. Heyman says he would be a better general manager than her and he is sick of her being here week by week and acting like she cares. Heyman says she is honestly daddy’s little girl and the only reason she is anywhere today is because her daddy can’t ever say no to her. Stephanie slaps Heyman, causing Lesnar to get out of his seat and stare Stephanie right in the eyes.

Stephanie smiles and says that if Lesnar puts his hands on her, she will immediately strip Lesnar of his WWE Title and rightfully arrest him on the spot. Stephanie says that Heyman overextended his power last week and she is here to make things right because that is her job. She says that Brock Lesnar will not be signing any contracts tonight because the contract is already signed for Badd Blood. She says that this Sunday, we will see Brock Lesnar defend his title against Shawn Michaels. Stephanie pauses and the crowd begins to chant for Goldberg. Stephanie continues and says that Lesnar will defend the title against Shawn Michaels and the returning Goldberg!

The crowd goes absolutely nuts and Goldberg’s music hits. A locker room door is opened and Goldberg walks out of it. The crowd chants for Goldberg, as HBK stands up and both prepare for Goldberg. Goldberg makes his way out and toward the ring. Lesnar flips the table over and Goldberg comes in the ring. Lesnar yells at Goldberg and Goldberg charges at Lesnar, hitting a spear! Lesnar is down and the crowd goes crazy. Shawn gets out of the ring and looks over at Goldberg, shocked. Goldberg stares at HBK for a second, until he glares at the downed Lesnar, as Smackdown! ends.
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WWE Badd Blood
June 17th, 2003
From The Ford Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Singles Match
World Heavyweight Championship
Triple H (C) vs The Rock


The Rock finally got his chance to chase after the World Heavyweight Championship, after winning a battle royal against the WWE's top superstars. Rock knew what he was getting into because he knows he is not only going after Triple H, but he is also going after the rest of Evolution. Rock thought he had the upperhand against Triple H and the rest of Evolution until Triple H hit The Rock with a devastating sledgehammer shot to close off RAW. Rock knows he will have to beat all of Evolution to capture the World Heavyweight Championship, but he is confident that if somebody can do it, he can.

Triple Threat Match
WWE Championship
Brock Lesnar (c) vs Shawn Michaels vs Goldberg


Brock Lesnar has torn through the WWE and his manager Paul Heyman has motivated him time and time again. Goldberg won a big match against Kurt Angle on HEAT to earn the #1 Contendership. However, Paul Heyman used his power and sway to make Goldberg try and hurt Heyman. Heyman ordered for Goldberg's arrest immediately and that opened the door for a desperate Shawn Michaels to earn a shot at Lesnar. Michaels won a match against Angle, despite nearly breaking his ankle. Stephanie McMahon returned to tell Heyman that he overused his power and that Goldberg will compete against Lesnar and Michaels at Badd Blood. Goldberg is out for vengeance, but a determined, yet limp HBK also wants to make an impact. Can Lesnar overcome two motivated superstars or will the next big thing prevail again?

Singles Match
Intercontinental Championship
Randy Orton (c) vs Chris Jericho


On the quest to see who is best, Chris Jericho and Randy Orton have been down each other throats. Chris Jericho has done it all in the WWE, while Randy Orton is on the rise and feels that he is already the best. Jericho is out to prove him wrong and the only way they can do that is a one on one bout against one another. Jericho knows he has the rest of Evolution to deal with, similar to the Rock. Jericho is the crafty veteran who can get around Evolution and take care of Orton, but can he put them all away when him and Orton have the spotlight shining down on them?

Singles Match
United States Championship
Big Show (c) vs Chris Benoit


A matchup of Benoit believing that Big Show is a disgrace to the United States Championship. Nobody wants to get in the angry giant's way, except Benoit. Benoit has stood up to Show and wants to prove to everybody that Show is not that much of a monster. A feud full of backstage sneak attacks, walking out on matches, and punishments for both men will continue this Sunday, as both men come out having something to prove.

Singles Match
Women's Championship
Trish Stratus (c) vs Molly Holly


A triangle between Molly Holly, Trish Stratus, and the crazy Gail Kim has led us to here. Gail Kim has been out to beat any diva in sight, but her anger has led her to being disqualified in her title matches. Gail's failure to keep her emotions in tact has led to Trish Stratus getting her title opportunity. Trish kept her emotions in check and beat Molly Holly on Smackdown! Molly uses her rematch clause for Badd Blood and beat Trish Stratus on pay per view.

Hardcore Match
Hardcore Championship
Rhyno (c) vs Tommy Dreamer


Rhyno won the vacant Hardcore Championship against Rey Mysterio with a little help from Tajiri, who attacked Mysterio. Rhyno has been out to prove he is the real hardcore legend. However, Tommy Dreamer has something to say about that. Dreamer beat Rhyno down and told him he is coming for the Hardcore Title. Will Dreamer, the ECW legend, be able to take down the rising star in Rhyno?

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World Heavyweight Championship
The Rock

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Brock Lesnar (c)

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Randy Orton (c)

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Chris Benoit

Women's Championship
Molly Holly

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WWE Badd Blood
Date: 6/17/03
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Venue: Ford Center
Attendance: 14,708/ 14,708


Badd Blood comes on air and the pyros go off on stage, as the crowd goes wild holding up all their posters. Jim ‘JR’ Ross, Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler, and Tazz introduce us to Badd Blood, which promises to be an exciting night which will lead us one step closer to Summerslam. JR hypes up the World Title match tonight between The Rock and Triple H. Tazz says he saw Shawn Michaels before coming out here and that Goldberg and Lesnar better be ready tonight because Michaels is out to win it tonight. King says tonight is going to be ground breaker and speaking of breaker, skulls are going to be broke with the upcoming match.

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Match #1
Hardcore Match for the Hardcore Championship
Rhyno © vs Tommy Dreamer


Tommy Dreamer’s music hits and Dreamer makes his way to the ring. The Ford Center crowd gets on their feet and Dreamer gets pumped with the crowd. Dreamer goes under the ring and picks out a kendo stick, as he goes in the ring and waits for the champion. Rhyno’s music hits and Rhyno makes his way to the ring with some boos. Rhyno slides in the ring and Dreamer instantly hits him with the kendo stick and the match begins. Dreamer continues to pound Rhyno’s back with the kendo stick until it breaks. Rhyno slides back out of the ring and holds his back in pain.

Dreamer hurries to get another kendo stick while Rhyno is in pain. Dreamer gets the stick and gets back into the ring. Rhyno goes to slide into the ring, but Dreamer slams the stick where Rhyno would come in. Dreamer walks closer to the ropes and Rhyno quickly grabs Dreamer and drags him to the outside. Dreamer drops the kendo stick and Rhyno throws Dreamer against the steel steps. Dreamer leans against the steps, while Rhyno picks up the kendo stick and goes for a swing to Dreamer’s head. Dreamer moves away and the kendo stick hits the steps, stunning Rhyno. Dreamer goes for the quick pin and gets a two count.

Dreamer gets up before Rhyno and when Rhyno gets up, Dreamer hits a falling neckbreaker. Dreamer picks up the kendo stick again. Rhyno gets up on his knees and Dreamer hits hard kendo stick shots to each side of Rhyno. Dreamer drops the stick and picks up Rhyno for the DDT. Dreamer taunts for a second and allows Rhyno to drive Dreamer back into the corner of the barricade. Both men try to recover from their injuries. Dreamer gets up and charges at Rhyno, but is met with a spinning spinebuster on the outside. Rhyno goes for the pin and gets a two count.

Rhyno walks over to the announcer table and gets a steel chair. Rhyno folds the chair up and runs at Dreamer, but Dreamer avoids the chair shot and kicks Rhyno in the gut. Rhyno drops the chair and Dreamer hits another DDT. Dreamer is feeling it and picks up the chair. Dreamer brings it up top and slams the chair against the back of Rhyno. Dreamer throws the chair into the ring and also throws Rhyno in as well. Dreamer looks under the ring and throws in a garbage can, the lid to the garbage can, and another kendo stick. Dreamer is still looking under, when Rhyno comes to grab Dreamer. Dreamer looks up and pulls out a fire extinguisher. He uses the extinguisher on Rhyno, which effectively blinds him. Dreamer comes back into the ring and goes for the Dreamer Driver, but Rhyno fights out of it.

Rhyno is still feeling the effects from the extinguisher and Dreamer sees it. Dreamer puts the garbage can in the corner between the second and third turnbuckle. Dreamer turns around into Rhyno charging at Dreamer with the garbage can lid. Rhyno hits Dreamer with the lid and Dreamer stumbles into a side belly to belly suplex from Rhyno. Rhyno tosses Dreamer against the ropes and hits a flapjack on him. Dreamer lands on the steel chair coincidentally and is in pain. Rhyno picks up the kendo stick and starts hitting Dreamer across the back. Dreamer slowly tries to get up, despite getting pounded and in pain. Dreamer gets all the way up and the crowd is going crazy. Rhyno is shocked and throws the kendo stick down. Dreamer goes for a clothesline, but Rhyno ducks under it. Rhyno picks up the steel chair and hits a steel chair shot to the head of Dreamer out of nowhere.

Dreamer goes down and Rhyno goes for the pin. Rhyno gets the count and Dreamer kicks out at two. Rhyno is shocked and the crowd cannot believe it. Rhyno gets back on to the corner and says that it is time he ends this. Dreamer gets up and Rhyno goes for the gore, but Dreamer avoids it and turns Rhyno around and hits the fallaway slam. Dreamer picks up the steel chair and waits for Rhyno to get up. Dreamer is bleeding partly from the head. Dreamer wants to send the chair through Rhyno’s head. Rhyno gets up and avoids the deadly chair shot from Dreamer. Rhyno backs up and Dreamer turns around. Rhyno comes charging at him and hits the gore, sending Dreamer and Rhyno into the garbage can set up in the corner! Both men are down and the crowd is shocked. The garbage can is demolished. Rhyno grabs his head in pain, but sees Dreamer laid out. Rhyno begins to crawl over to Dreamer and Rhyno puts his arm barely over Dreamer. The referee goes for the count and Rhyno gets the three

Winner: AND Still Hardcore Champion; Rhyno
Rhyno lies on the mat and is handed the Hardcore Title. Rhyno hugs the title and the crowd gives Rhyno some boos. Rhyno celebrates in the ring and the carnage is getting cleared up. The camera goes to the announcing trio and Lawler says that he knew some skulls were going to be bashed in. Tazz says that was great hardcore wrestling and Rhyno is lucky to get past the innovator of violence.

Chris Benoit and the Big Show are shown walking toward the staging area and JR promises that this next match is going to be interesting. He says these two superstars will finally get to face each other eye to eye and it is for the prestigious United States Championship. King hypes up how big the Big Show is compared to Benoit, but Tazz says that Benoit is one tough cookie and that size is thrown out the window in this match.

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Match #2
Singles Match for the United States Championship
Big Show © vs Chris Benoit


Chris Benoit’s music hits and Benoit makes his way to the ring to a cheer from the crowd. Benoit looks focused in the ring, while Big Show’s music hits. The United States Champion makes his way to the ring and gives dirty looks to all the fans booing him. Big Show steps in the ring and the referee holds the up for grabs title up high. The bell rings and the two competitors stare each other down. Benoit and Show lock up in the middle of the ring, but Show throws Benoit to the mat. Show yells at Benoit, asking if he has had enough already.

Benoit gets up and pushes Big Show into the corner. Show throws Benoit off him, but Benoit shoots back up and goes after Show. Benoit hits Show with right after right, but Show grabs Benoit’s head and nails him with a big headbutt. Benoit holds his head and Show comes out of the corner. Show pushes Benoit up against the ropes and delivers three big open hand chops. Benoit walks into a sidewalk slam and Show goes for the pin. Big Show gets a two count and asks Benoit, again, if he has had enough.

Big Show picks up Benoit by the head, but Benoit uppercuts Show and Show breaks the hold. Benoit backs up and hits a shoulder to Show’s knee. Show goes to a knee. Benoit goes behind Show and Show gets up. Benoit hits another shoulder to the knee of Show. Show goes down on the same knee and he is in pain. Benoit goes to get Show, but Show gets up and tosses Benoit to the outside. Show gets on two feet and follows Benoit to the outside. Show grabs Benoit and hits his head against the apron. The crowd boos and Big Show yells at the crowd, allowing Benoit to counter and push Show into the steel steps. Show pulls up before the collision with the steps, but Benoit comes running over and gives another shoulder to the bad knee and the front of Show’s knee hits the steel steps. Show is in pain and Benoit tries to get Show back into the ring.

Show is on the mat grabbing the knee. Benoit gets in the ring, as the referee was at the seven count. Benoit grabs Show’s legs and attempts to put Show into the four leg figure lock. Benoit tries to wrap the legs, but Show kicks out of it and Benoit falls over to the other side of the ring. Show gets up, but falls back onto a knee after putting weight on the bad knee. Show is swearing in the ring, while on a knee. Benoit gets up and dropkick’s Show into the corner. Show stands in the corner. Benoit forearm smashes Show’s face a few times. Benoit hits some of his own backhand chops. Show pushes Benoit out of the corner again, but Benoit comes back and hits the bad knee, sending Show to a knee again.

Benoit comes to get Show up again, but Show counters with his hand to Benoit’s throat. Show goes for the chokeslam and lifts Benoit up, but Benoit elbows out of it. Benoit and Show stare off momentarily and Show goes for a big boot, but Benoit catches Show’s leg barely. Benoit hits a dragon screw on Show and goes for the pin. Referee is at two, when Show tosses Benoit off him aggressively. Show gets up angry and throws Benoit into the corner. Show hits open hand chops and lifts Benoit up to sit on the top turnbuckle. Show gets up on the turnbuckle too and goes for the superplex. He prepares for it and hits the superplex on Benoit. Both men are down in the ring and the crowd is cheering for Benoit.

Show is the first to get up and he stalks the slowly getting up Benoit. Benoit turns around and Show applies the chokeslam. Show lifts Benoit up, but Benoit gets out of the chokeslam again. Benoit falls on his feet and hits a lariat to the Big Show. Show goes down and Benoit does the cutting throat gesture. Benoit goes up to the top rope and goes for the flying headbutt. Benoit leaps and makes the crowd go on their feet, but Show moves out the way. Benoit crashes and burns and now both men are down. Show makes his way up and waits for Benoit to get up again. Benoit gets up and applies the chokeslam grip on Benoit. Show looks at Benoit’s face and smiles at him and tells him that atleast he tried. Show lifts up Benoit, but Benoit counters again and Show’s knee gives out on him and drops Show down in the middle of the ring.

Benoit is trying to apply the crossface and Show is trying to fight out. Benoit fights and the crowd cheers him on. Benoit locks the hands and applies the crossface. The crowd is on their feet and Benoit is putting all the pressure on the hold. Big Show is yelling in pain and cannot get closer to the ropes. Show has his arm out and is either going to the ropes or about to tap. Show reaches out and begins to tap!

Winner: AND New United States Champion; Chris Benoit
Benoit continues the hold and the crowd cheers, as the referee breaks up the crossface. Benoit gets up and the referee awards Benoit the title. Benoit holds the title up high and hugs the title, as the crowd cheers. The referee holds Benoit’s arm high. Benoit celebrates with the crowd, but Big Show is getting up behind him. Benoit comes down from the corner and turns into a devastating right hand to the mouth of Benoit. Benoit goes down in a heart beat and stays down, as Show looks down at the unconscious champion. The crowd boos Show, as Show begins to leave and makes his way to the back. Officials begin helping Benoit, who was knocked out unconscious.

Benoit is being helped out in the ring, while we go backstage to the new World Tag Team Champions, The World’s Greatest Tag Team. Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin are backstage smiling ear to ear. They stand over by a table and refreshing themselves with water. Shelton says they finally showed Evolution who is boss and that this is the start of something special. Charlie says they are a great tag team and he agrees that this is only the start. The two continue to share stories, when La Resistance comes from behind. Grenier and Dupree come from behind and attack Haas and Benjamin. They yell something in French to the champions and walk away, as we go back to ringside.

JR, King, and Tazz are ringside. Tazz says he hopes Benoit is okay after the devastating right hand that was given to him from the Big Show. JR brings up the Randy Orton and Chris Jericho feud and next, we will finally find out who is truly best!

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Match #3
Singles Match for the Intercontinental Championship
Randy Orton © vs Chris Jericho


Chris Jericho’s music hits and the challenger makes his way to the ring. Jericho stands tall in the ring and awaits his opponent. Randy Orton’s music hits and Orton makes his to the ring with a chorus of boos. Orton gives his cocky smirk and walks to the ring with the title over his shoulder. Orton gives the title to the referee, who holds it up high. Orton looks cocky, but Jericho looks serious. The bell rings and the two lock up in the middle of the ring. Orton tosses Jericho into the ropes and misses a clothesline, but turns around and nails a back body drop on Jericho.

Jericho gets up into a clothesline from Orton. Jericho gets up again and hits another clothesline, which sends Jericho down. Orton yells to the crowd that he is the best there is. The crowd boos and Orton goes to pick up Jericho. Orton goes to toss Jericho into the ropes, but Jericho counters and tosses Orton. Orton runs into a back elbow from Jericho. Orton turns his back and Jericho dropkick’s Orton out of the ring. Jericho yells out that he is the best and the crowd cheers for him.

Jericho lets Orton roll back into the ring. Orton rolls in and the two stare at each other again. Jericho asks Orton if he regrets this fight yet and Orton gives that devilish smirk again. The two lock up and Jericho gets the upperhand with a headlock on Orton. Jericho delivers some punches Orton, but Orton counters with elbows to Jericho’s gut. Orton counters into the full nelson and brings Jericho down to the mat. Jericho begins to fade and Orton hits the full nelson slam. Orton goes for the pin and gets a two count.

Orton gets off Jericho and runs at him, dropping his knee into Jericho’s midsection. Orton backs off, while Jericho gets up. Jericho turns around into Orton running at him and hitting the lou thesz press. Orton follows it with plenty of punches. The referee breaks it up and Orton taunts again. Orton goes and puts Jericho into the chinlock. The crowd cheers for Jericho and Jericho begins to slowly muscle up and get onto his feet. Jericho elbows out of the hold and turns around to face Orton. Jericho hits the northern lights suplex and goes for the pin. Jericho gets a two count.

Orton gets up and goes for a clothesline on Jericho, but Jericho counters and European uppercuts Orton. Orton is stunned for a moment and Jericho runs behind him and then back at him, hitting a running, one handed bulldog onto the champion. Orton rolls onto his back and Jericho hits the Lionsault. Jericho is feeling it and goes for the Walls of Jericho early and to put it away. Orton avoids getting put in the hold and kicks Jericho away, sending him to the outside. Orton gets up and goes after Jericho. Orton sticks his head to the outside, but Jericho racks the face of Orton and Orton stumbles back to the middle of the ring. Jericho slides in quickly and drops Orton and applies the Walls of Jericho.

The crowd gets to their feet and Jericho has the Walls applied. Orton is screaming in pain and Jericho puts more pressure on the hold. Orton continues to move closer to the ropes. Orton reaches out for the ropes and reaches them. The referee breaks the hold and Orton slides out of the ring. Orton looks at Jericho with a shocked face. Orton walks over to the announcers table and takes a steel chair. Jericho yells to put that down and come here to prove who is best the right way. Orton puts the chair down and rolls into the ring. Jericho begins to stomp away at Orton once he gets in the ring, but Orton gets up and hits an uppercut to Jericho.

Orton goes over to Jericho and hits an inverted headlock backbreaker. Jericho goes down and Orton goes for the pin. Orton gets a two count. Orton goes to pick up Jericho, but Jericho begins to fight out of it. The two look eye to eye momentarily and Jericho tries to nail a Codebreaker out of nowhere. Orton backs away and Jericho falls to the mat. Orton stalks Jericho and waits for him to get up. Jericho quickly gets up and Orton goes for the quick RKO, but Jericho sees it and pushes Orton away. Orton goes to the outside and is visibly upset because he knew he could have put it away.

Orton walks around to get the steel chair and Jericho yells at him that if he wants to do it that way he can. Jericho slides in the ring with the steel chair. The two go eye to eye, with Orton holding the steel chair. The referee comes over and tries to take the steel chair from Orton, but Orton looks at the referee and intimidates him. Jericho takes advantage of the distracted Orton and goes for the Walls of Jericho. Orton falls to the ground and Jericho is trying to twist Orton to apply the hold. Jericho is struggling with the flailing Orton. Jericho drops Orton’s legs and Orton comes up and kicks Jericho straight in the melons. Jericho falls to his knees and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Chris Jericho via DQ; Randy Orton STILL Intercontinental Champion
Jericho is announced the winner and the crowd boos Orton because he will retain his title. Orton gets Jericho off his knees and hits an RKO to Jericho. Jericho goes down in the center of the ring. Orton gives Jericho a dirty stare with nothing to say. Orton goes to get his title and walks off with it. The crowd boos Orton louder and louder as he walks off to the back. JR mentions how Orton knew he couldn’t win this match so he found a way out to keep the title for atleast one more night. The camera goes backstage to Josh Mathews and The Rock. The crowd’s boos go right to cheers with the appearance of the great one.

Rock introduces himself to the Oklahoma City crowd the only way Rock can. Mathews asks Rock what his strategy is against the World Heavyweight Championship tonight. Rock says he doesn’t need strategy because Rock has been through everything in his career and Evolution is no different. Rock says he respects Ric Flair, but by the time Flair sprints from the ramp to the ring, Rock will have already won the match. Rock mocks Batista’s huge figure and says that last match was proof of how much of a coward Randy Orton is. Rock says that Too Cool was more of a challenge than Evolution is and that Rikishi would be a better World Champion than Triple H. Rock says that tonight he is the underdog, but he won the battle royal to get to this spot for a reason and tonight will prove it. Rock storms off and the title match is now!

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Match #4
Singles Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Triple H © vs The Rock


The Rock’s music hits and the crowd goes wild. Rock makes his way out to the electric atmosphere. Rock walks down to the ring and admires the crowd. Triple H’s music does not hit and everyone is waiting for him. Triple H’s music finally hits and the champion walks out to the stage with Ric Flair. Ric Flair and Triple H make their way to the ring with plenty of boos. Triple H gives his title to Ric Flair, who gives it to the officials at ringside. Triple H and the Rock stand in the ring and face each other eye to eye. Both men are focused on one thing, and that is beating the hell out of each other.

Triple H and the Rock lock up in the center of the ring. Triple H gets the upperhand and tosses the Rock into the ropes. Rock ducks under a clothesline from Triple H and Rock runs back at Triple H with a flying clothesline. Triple H gets up and goes for another clothesline, but Rock ducks under that one too. Rock hits his right hand combo to Triple H and Triple H goes over the top rope and to the outside. Flair helps Triple H up and the two talk, while the crowd cheers on the Rock.

Triple H uses the steps to get back into the ring. Triple H walks up to the Rock and the two stare each other down. Triple H slaps the Rock and the Rock is angry. Rock tries to hit a strong clothesline, but Triple H ducks under that one and hits a neckbreaker to the Rock. Triple H goes for the pin and gets a two count. Triple H picks the Rock up and throws him into the corner. Triple H hits some stuff right hands to the Rock, but the Rock counters and throws Triple H into the corner. Rock hits hard rights to Triple H and Triple H comes out of the corner running at Rock. Rock avoids Triple H and hits a float-over DDT. Rock goes for the pin and gets a two count.

Rock and Triple H slowly get up. Triple H and the Rock both knock each other with rights and left. Triple H runs at the Rock and hits a jumping knee to Rock’s midsection. Rock goes down on a knee and Triple H hits him with an uppercut, sending him to the mat. Triple H picks up the Rock and goes to throw him against the ropes, but Rock counters and tosses Triple H. Rock goes for the back body drop, but Triple H hits a facebreaker knee smash to Rock. Rock gets tossed into the ropes and Triple H hits a spinning spinebuster to the great one. Triple H goes for the pin and gets a two count.

Triple H picks up the Rock and throws him into the corner. Triple H goes for another set of rights to the Rock, but Rock counters and throws Triple H into the corner. Triple H counters again and throws the Rock into the corner. Triple H hits more rights to the Rock. Triple H backs off for a second and then climbs up to the second rope. Triple H hits some mounted rights onto the Rock, but Rock counters and tosses Triple H off of him. Triple H falls back first to the mat. Triple H gets up and Rock runs at him with a running clothesline. Rock keeps Triple H down and goes for a sharpshooter, but Ric Flair runs up on the apron.

Flair is on the apron and Rock breaks the submission. Rock and Flair exchange words until Rock hits Flair with a big right hand. Flair falls off the apron and onto the outside. Rock turns around to Triple H running at him, but Rock counters with a back body drop sending Triple H crashing hard to the outside. Triple H is down and the crowd is cheering heavily. Triple H holds the back in pain on the outside, while Flair gets up and tries to help Triple H. Rock talks to the referee about Flair and the referee says he will keep an eye on it. Rock goes to the outside and Flair tries to give Rock an open hand chop, but Rock blocks it and tosses Flair into the barricade. Rock picks up Triple H and rolls him into the ring. Rock goes for a pin, but gets a short one count.

Rock picks up Triple H and puts him into an armbar. Rock hits a back suplex onto Triple H and goes for the pin, but gets a two count. Rock picks up Triple H and tosses him over the top rope and out the ring. Rock goes out to follow him. Rock slams Triple H’s head against the announcers table and tosses the champion back into the ring. Ric Flair comes running over and the Rock hits three hard right hands, with the third one sending Flair down. Rock comes back into the ring to a stumbling Triple H. Rock goes to lock in with Triple H, but Triple H counters with a kick to the gut. Triple H goes for the Pedigree, but Rock hits a back body drop on Triple H to avoid the finisher.

Triple H gets up and the Rock hits another three hard right hands. Triple H is thrown into the ropes and Rock hits a spinebuster. Triple H is laid out in the middle of the ring and Rock goes for the People’s Elbow. Rock throws the elbow pad into the crowd and Rock makes his way back and forth around the ring and hits the elbow into Triple H’s chest. Flair comes into the ring and Rock avoids a clothesline from Flair. Flair turns around and Rock hits the Rock Bottom to Flair. The crowd is going crazy and Rock goes to pin Triple H. Rock only gets a two count and everybody, including the Rock, is shocked.

Flair’s hesitation saved Triple H. Rock cannot believe it and throws Flair over the top rope. Rock picks up Triple H, but Triple H hits a low blow while the referee is looking over to check on Flair. Triple H applies a blatant choke to the Rock and yells at him, asking Rock why he even got himself into this when he had no chance to start with. The referee breaks it up and Triple H slowly picks up the Rock. Triple H yells at the crowd and Rock breaks off of Triple H’s hold and goes for the Rock Bottom. Triple H counters with elbows to Rock. Rock falls away and turns away into a Pedigree. Triple H connects and the crowd goes silent. Triple H goes for the pin and gets a two count barely!

Triple goes up to the referee and starts to complain. Flair gets up and jumps to the apron and yells at the referee too. The crowd is cheering for the dedicated Rock. Triple H turns to the Rock after complaining for a little bit and picks the Rock up. Rock counters again and hits a Rock Bottom to Triple H. The crowd is going wild, but Flair is distracting the referee on the apron. Rock goes to deal with Flair, but Randy Orton comes running down from the back. Orton gets in the ring and hits an RKO to the Rock. Orton gets out of the ring, while Flair gets down from the apron and the referee turns around to two downed men. Orton begins walking back up the stage, but Jericho comes running out and chases Orton. Orton runs back toward the ring and into the crowd. Jericho chases Orton away, but the Rock and Triple H are both out.

Triple H begins crawling toward the Rock. Triple H puts his arm around Rock and the referee goes down for the count. Triple H puts his arm up in victory, but the Rock kicks out at two and a half. The crowd goes wild and Triple H is shocked again. Triple H rolls off the Rock and puts his head down in disbelief. The match continues with the two slowly getting up. Rock hits a right and Triple H responds with another right of his own. The two continue to share rights, when Batista slowly makes his way down the ramp. The crowd boos Batista, as the Rock hits another right to Triple H and goes for the Rock Bottom. Triple H goes to elbow out of the Rock Bottom, but Rock will not let go of the hold and hits it on Triple H. Batista and Flair walk up to the apron again and the referee goes after Flair. Rock is pinning Triple H, but no referee is counting. Rock gets up and hits a running forearm to Batista. Batista falls off the apron and hits his head on the way down.

Rock bends at the knees and awaits Triple H to slowly get up. Rock takes a look to Flair, while waiting for Triple H. Flair fakes going up to the apron and the Rock is not sure to go after Triple H or Flair. Triple H is about to get up and Flair walks up on the apron. The referee immediately tells Flair he has to leave and Flair is not happy. The referee threatens that he will take the title off Triple H and the two complain. Rock takes his focus to Triple H and Rock goes for the Rock Bottom. Triple H ducks under the Rock Bottom and turns Rock around. Rock is kicked in the gut and Triple H goes for the Pedigree. Triple H connects with the Pedigree and Flair goes off the apron and heads to the ramp. Both men are down in the ring. Flair picks up Batista and the two walk on the stage. Flair yells at Triple H to pin him. Triple H slowly makes his way to the Rock and puts his right arm over the Rock’s chest. Triple H has the pin and the referee takes a glance at Flair before going for the pin. Triple H gets a two count and the longest third count ever.

Winner: AND Still World Heavyweight Champion; Triple H
Triple H’s music hits and the crowds boos. Triple H rolls off the Rock and very lucky to get out of the match with a win. Flair and Batista make their way to the ring and help Triple H on his feet. Triple H is handed the World Heavyweight Championship and holds it up high. He celebrates with the rest of Evolution minus Randy Orton, as the camera goes backstage with Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar.

Brock Lesnar is sitting at his locker, sweating and focused as ever. Heyman paces around the locker room and tells Lesnar how he wants him to absolutely tear each and every limb of Goldberg’s and snap the ankle of Shawn Michaels once and for all. He says that they have been soft lately and it is time to turn it up another notch. He says it is disgusting that Shawn thinks he can talk back to him and that Goldberg could show up and embarrass the champion like that. Heyman says after tonight, everybody will respect the next big thing.

The camera goes back to ringside, where JR and King discuss how great of a match Rock and Triple H had. Tazz agrees and says that Rock really should have won that match, but Evolution is just too damn crafty and screwed the Rock out of his chances. JR says that might have been Rock’s only chance and that Evolution might have ultimately won the fight. They introduce the next match, which is for the Women’s Championship.

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Match #5
Singles Match for the Women’s Championship
Trish Stratus © vs Molly Holly


Molly Holly’s music hits and Molly makes her way out to the ring. Trish Stratus’s music hits and the crowd bursts onto their feet. Trish makes her way out with her newly won Women’s Championship around her waist. Trish gets into the ring. The referee holds up the Women’s Championship high and the bell rings. The two divas stand in their respective corner and stare each other down, planning out their attack.

Trish and Molly lock up in the middle of the ring and Trish puts Molly in an armbar. Molly counters into an arm wringer. Molly tries to bring Trish down, but Trish counters and whips Molly into the ropes. Trish drops down and Molly runs back at Trish and jumps over Trish. Trish gets up and dropkick’s Molly while she is coming back at Trish. Molly gets up and goes for a clothesline, but Trish ducks under it. Trish hits another dropkick to Molly. Molly stumbles into the corner. Trish acknowledges the crowd and Moly gets time to recover and go after Trish. Trish does the matrix from another clothesline and Molly stops in shock. Trish gets back to standing and hits a one handed running bulldog onto Molly.

Trish goes for the pin on Molly and gets a two count. Trish picks up Molly and places her in the corner. Trish climbs up to the second rope and hits right hands onto Molly. Trish goes for the third one, but Molly manages to push Trish off her. Trish crashes onto the mat and Molly climbs to the top turnbuckle. Molly looks down at Trish and hesitates jumping off the top rope. Molly looks at the crowd and takes a deep breath. Molly jumps off to splash onto the downed body of Trish. Trish rolls aside and Molly crash lands onto the mat.

Molly grabs her midsection and Trish gets her way up waiting for Molly to get up. Trish stalks Molly and Molly gets to her knees. Molly finally gets up and turns to the waiting Trish. Trish loads up and hits the Chick Kick to Molly. Molly goes down in a heartbeat and Trish goes for the pin. Trish gets the three count and the easy win.

Winner: AND Still Women’s Champion; Trish Stratus
Trish is handed the Women’s Championship and celebrates in the ring. Trish celebrates, but Gail Kim comes running in from the crowd. Gail comes over the barricade and into the ring and stands behind Trish. Gail turns Trish around and hits Straight Jacket Neckbreaker aka the Happy Ending. Trish goes down and the crowd boos Gail. Gail grabs the Women’s Title and holds it tight with her. Gail looks around and leaves the ring and out through the crowd again, effectively stealing the Women’s Title.

The camera goes to ringside with our trio announcing. King talks about how he digs crazy chicks, but Gail Kim is something else. He cannot believe she stole the Women’s Title. JR mentions how Trish easily won that match, but nothing will be easy about what is coming up next. He says Brock Lesnar, Goldberg, and Shawn Michaels are all on hot streaks and every man has a chance to win this match.

The camera shows the champion walking in the hallways with his manager Paul Heyman. Lesnar is sweating from ear to ear and looks focused as ever, as he wraps the WWE Championship around his waist. Shawn Michaels is seen in his locker room and a man comes in and tells Shawn it is time. Shawn finishes taping his ankle. Shawn gets up and tests out his ankle. He has a little limp, but he says he will be fine and walks out. The camera shifts to a door with the name plate ‘Goldberg’ on it. The crowd begins to chant Goldberg and JR mentions that this is the time we all have been waiting for.

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Match #6
Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
Brock Lesnar © vs Shawn Michaels vs Goldberg


Goldberg’s music hits and a worker knocks on Goldberg’s locker room door. Goldberg opens the door and walks out with the crowd chanting his name. Goldberg walks through the hallway and to the stage. Goldberg walks through his pyro and the crowd goes wild for Goldberg. Goldberg walks to the ring and stands in the ring determined, waiting for his opponent. Shawn Michaels music hits and the Heartbreak Kid gets another big ovation. HBK comes out to the stage and does his poses before heading into the ring. HBK gets in the ring and Goldberg gives HBK a deadly stare. Brock Lesnar’s music hits and all the cheers turn into boos. Lesnar and Heyman walk down the ramp. Lesnar has an assassins look on his face, as he walks down the ramp and stares at his opponents. Lesnar gets in the ring and the referee holds the WWE Championship high, as the bell rings.

The three men stare each other down and wait for the first move to be made. Michaels and Goldberg look at each other and then lock eyes on the champion. They start making their way to Lesnar and Lesnar looks like he wants the fight. They approach Lesnar, but Goldberg blind sides Michaels and brings him down. Goldberg gives dirty rights to Michaels, apparently angry for HBK taking Goldberg’s number one contender spot. Lesnar comes and grabs Goldberg off Michaels. Goldberg turns around and begins hitting rights to Lesnar. Lesnar hits rights of his own and the two go back and forth.

Goldberg hits more rights and Lesnar tries to counter with a clothesline, but Goldberg ducks under it. Goldberg proceeds to toss Lesnar over the top rope and to the outside. Heyman comes over and tries to motivate his client. Goldberg turns his attention to Michaels. Michaels gets up with a little limp and Goldberg comes right at him and hits a belly to belly suplex. Goldberg wastes no time and goes for the pin for a “one…two…kick out.” Goldberg picks up Michaels, but Michaels counters out of it with a few rights of his own. Goldberg goes for a clothesline, but Michaels ducks under it and tosses Goldberg to the outside. Goldberg falls into Heyman and Lesnar. Three men are down on the outside and Michaels is left in the ring.

Goldberg is the first one to get up. Goldberg scares away Heyman and picks up Lesnar. Lesnar breaks up the hold and goes to whip Goldberg into the steel steps, but Goldberg counters the irish whip and whips Lesnar into the steel steps. Lesnar crashes into the steps and Goldberg puts his sights onto Heyman. Goldberg chases Heyman around the ring and back toward where Lesnar is nursing his wounds. Goldberg grabs Heyman by his tie and starts yelling at him. Goldberg yells at Heyman and asks Heyman if he really thought he could get rid of him. Heyman mumbles words until Lesnar saves Heyman by hitting rights to Goldberg. The two exchange rights on the outside. Michaels is in the ring and runs toward them. Michaels leaps over the top rope and splashes onto his two opponents.

All three men are down on the outside. Heyman stands from a far and yells for Lesnar to get the hell up. Lesnar is the first one to slowly get up. Lesnar stomps away at Michaels, who is favoring his ankle again. Lesnar goes to pick up Goldberg, but Goldberg counters. Lesnar counters back and hits a hard right hand to stop Goldberg’s momentum. Lesnar tosses Goldberg right into the steel ring post. Goldberg is pounded head first and goes down. Lesnar rolls Michaels back into the ring. Lesnar gets in the ring and works on Michaels. Lesnar whips Michaels into the ropes and tosses the coming Michaels up in the air and into the ropes. Michaels stumbles around and Lesnar runs at him and hits a big clothesline. Lesnar goes for the pin and gets a “one…two..kick out.”

Lesnar gets up and continues stomping away at Michaels. Lesnar picks up Michaels and throws him into the corner. Lesnar hits a few shoulder thrusts into Michaels gut. Lesnar backs away for a second and then goes back to Michaels. Lesnar hits stiff punches to Michaels, but Michaels finally blocks one of Lesnar’s right hands with the crowd’s approval. Lesnar tries to sneak in a left, but Michaels blocks that too. Michaels goes for a punch of his own, but Lesnar ducks down and hits another shoulder thrust on Michaels. Lesnar climbs up to the second rope and hits some mounted punches on Michaels. Goldberg gets up on the outside and gets to the apron by Lesnar. Goldberg climbs up the turnbuckle and Lesnar turns his attention to Goldberg. Lesnar and Goldberg share right hands, but Goldberg hits a forearm and Lesnar falls down to the mat.

Goldberg goes back to the apron, but Michaels gets out of the corner and after Goldberg. Michaels hits a backhand chop to Goldberg, but Goldberg retaliates with a right hand. The two share right hands, until Michaels backs up and dropkick’s Goldberg off the apron and back to the outside. Lesnar tries to get up, but Michaels hits a kick which sends Lesnar back to the mat. Michaels runs off the ropes and at Lesnar, hitting a falling elbow drop. Michaels hits another falling elbow and goes for the pin. Michaels covers and gets a “one…kick out.”

Goldberg gets back up to the apron and Michaels sees him. Michaels tries to hit a quick Sweet Chin Music to Goldberg, but Goldberg moves on the apron and Michaels gets his legs caught in the ropes. Goldberg runs on the apron at Michaels and hits a big clothesline. Michaels gets out of the ropes and falls into the ring. Goldberg walks back into the ring at Lesnar, who is on his knees getting up. Goldberg walks up to Lesnar and Lesnar comes out of nowhere with a spinebuster to Goldberg. Lesnar picks up Goldberg and whips him into the ropes. Lesnar hits a backbreaker on Goldberg and goes for the pin, “one…two…thr…kick out.”

Lesnar is a little shocked and goes to pick up Goldberg. Lesnar throws Goldberg into the corner and hits a few right hands. Lesnar proceeds to pick Goldberg up to sit on the top turnbuckle. Lesnar gets up and is attempting to set up for the superplex. Goldberg tries to break out of it and Lesnar loses his patience. Lesnar throws Goldberg off the turnbuckle and Lesnar stands up on the turnbuckle looking what to do next. Michaels comes out of nowhere and hits the ropes, sending Lesnar groin first into the turnbuckle. Lesnar is in pain and Michaels comes to throw him off the turnbuckle. Lesnar hits the mat and Michaels climbs up to the top turnbuckle. He looks around and the crowd cheers on their feet. Goldberg is in the corner trying to compose himself. Michaels turns around and goes for the moonsault. Michaels loads up and jumps. He flips beautifully in mid-air and lands straight onto Lesnar. Direct hit and Michaels grabs his midsection in serious pain. Michaels sees his opportunity and goes for the pin, “one…two…thre…kick out.”

Michaels and the crowd cannot believe it. Michaels puts his head down and slowly makes his way up. Michaels goes to talk to the referee for a moment about the pin and Michaels nods at what the referee has to say. Michaels turns around and here comes Goldberg charging in from the corner. SPEAR TO MICHAELS! Lesnar is out and the crowd is going crazy. Michaels is torn in half and Goldberg goes for the pin. Heyman makes his way on the apron and into the ring. The referee goes and holds back Heyman. Goldberg grabs Heyman to a big cheer and Goldberg tosses Heyman over the top rope and to the outside. Goldberg goes back for the pin, “one…two…thre…kick out!” The crowd is shocked and so is Goldberg. Heyman just saved Lesnar the match.

Goldberg goes back in the corner and waits for either Michaels or Lesnar to get up. Goldberg wants to end it now. Heyman jumps up on the apron again and talks smack to Goldberg. Goldberg and Heyman exchange choice words, but the referee jumps between them. The referee tells Heyman he is banned from ring side. The crowd explodes in cheer and Goldberg has a smile on his face. Heyman pleads his case, but gets down from the apron and heads to the back. Goldberg sees Lesnar getting up and goes for the spear. Lesnar avoids it and tosses Goldberg through the turnbuckle, sending Goldberg’s shoulder into the steel ring post. Goldberg goes down and Lesnar focuses on Michaels.

Michaels is still hurting from the moonsault and the spear. Lesnar is yelling at Michaels and talks trash. Lesnar picks up Michaels, who is favoring his ankle and his midsection. Lesnar slaps Michaels and tells him to do something about it. Lesnar slaps him again, but Michaels responds immediately with a slap of his own. Lesnar gets serious and angry. Lesnar hits a knee to Michaels midsection. Michaels goes on a knee and Lesnar picks up Michaels in a powerbomb position. Lesnar hits a powerbomb and sends Michaels crashing hard into the mat. Lesnar picks up Michaels again into the powerbomb. Lesnar hits another powerbomb on Michaels, but picks Shawn up again and hits a second consecutive powerbomb. Lesnar yells at Shawn, telling him he will make him pay and respect him.

Lesnar tosses Michaels to the outside. Lesnar throws Michaels into the steel steps. Lesnar walks over and grabs the bad ankle of Michaels and twists it violently. Michaels is screaming in pain, as Lesnar just continues to twist it more violently. Lesnar pulls the ankle back and throws it into the steel steps. Michaels screams in pain, as he clutches the ankle. Lesnar picks up the steel steps and slams the steps into Michaels bad ankle. The crowd boos Lesnar loudly, but Lesnar seems to like it. Lesnar slams the steel steps into Michaels bad ankle again for good measure. Lesnar drops the steel steps and goes back into the ring.

Lesnar gets in the ring and looks toward Michaels. He points toward Michaels laughs, but turns around into a recovered Goldberg going for a spear to possibly win the title. Lesnar avoids the spear again and counters with putting Goldberg into an F5. Lesnar HITS THE F5 onto Goldberg and Lesnar goes for the pin, “one…two…three…no! kick out!” Lesnar cannot believe it and looks to the referee in complete shock. The crowd chants for Goldberg, as Lesnar goes and gets face to face with the referee. Lesnar backs the referee into the corner and yells right in his face. Goldberg crawls slowly over to Lesnar and gets him with the roll up pin! The referee goes down quickly into the pin and quick counts Lesnar, “one…two…thr…kick out!”

Lesnar quickly gets up from the roll up and kick’s Goldberg’s injured shoulder. Goldberg goes down in pain. Michaels is moving on the outside and is trying to muster up strength to get up and get back into the ring. Lesnar continues to target Goldberg’s injured shoulder. Lesnar picks up Goldberg and whips him into the ropes. Goldberg gets under a clothesline and Lesnar turns around to Goldberg. SPEAR TO LESNAR! Goldberg goes down in pain due to his shoulder, but Lesnar is also out. Goldberg continues to nurse his shoulder, but Michaels slowly begins to get up in the corner.

Michaels can barely stand on his injured ankle, but he begins to crank up the bus. The crowd knows what Michaels wants and begins chanting ‘HBK!’ Michaels slams his foot against the mat, but Michaels winces in pain every time he does that. Michaels keeps dropping to a knee because of the pain from his ankle. Lesnar slowly begins to get up and the anticipation builds, as Goldberg is having a tough time getting up from his injury. Michaels sets his sights on the champion. Lesnar gets up and turns around slowly. Michaels takes a deep breath and HITS THE SWEET CHIN MUSIC! Lesnar goes down and Michaels falls down to a knee and winces in pain like he never has before. Goldberg gets to his feet, but still in pain. Michaels gets up and walks to Lesnar and Goldberg sees this. Goldberg sends one last charge to Michaels. Goldberg SPEARS Michaels!

Michaels is broken in half again and goes down, out cold. Goldberg is nursing the shoulder again and screams in serious pain. Everyone is on the edge of their seat seeing what Goldberg is going to do. Goldberg looks toward both opponents, while lying on the mat. Goldberg slowly rolls over to Michaels and puts the non-injured arm over Michaels dead chest. The referee goes down for the count, “one…two…three…”

Winner: AND New WWE Champion; Goldberg
The crowd goes crazy and Goldberg has won the match. All three men lay on the mat, absolutely dejected. The referee gets the belt and Goldberg tries to get up without using the bad shoulder. Goldberg gets up and is handed the belt to his good arm/shoulder. Goldberg holds it up, as the crowd goes crazy. Officials and medics come down to help out Michaels, as Lesnar crawls to the outside of the ring. Lesnar lies on the outside and cannot believe what happened. Goldberg holds the title up high and musters up strength with his bad arm/shoulder to lift the title up with both arms, as Badd Blood signs off air.

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The fallout from Badd Blood will be truly evident tonight on Monday Night RAW. Badd Blood saw many things happen within the main event picture, but mostly shockingly is the Next Big Thing was dethroned from the top. Goldberg brought down the champion and its number one contender, Shawn Michaels. Goldberg ultimately pinned Shawn Michaels for the three count. Brock Lesnar is not happy and Paul Heyman surely will have something up his sleeve to get the title back around the waist of his client. However, Goldberg is on such a hot streak that it seems that nothing can bring the new WWE Champion back to earth.

Evolution's destruction through the roster continued on Sunday. Rock thought he can beat layer after layer of possibly one of the best groups in the WWE, but ultimately failed against Triple H in his quest to win the World Heavyweight Title. Rock had Triple H down for the count multiple times, but Ric Flair, Batista, and Randy Orton had different ideas. Triple H came out on top, but no one thinks Rock will stop on his quest to take Evolution down once and for all. Speaking of taking down Evolution, Chris Jericho and Randy Orton battled on Sunday for the Intercontinental Championship. Jericho dominated and outsmarted Orton and Jericho ultimately won via disqualification. Jericho still wants to take Orton out for good. How will these two men take on Evolution tonight?

Chris Benoit beat Big Show last night for the United States Championship. However, Big Show came out of nowhere and hit a huge fist to the side of Benoit's face. Benoit was knocked out and was reported to have a concussion. Will Benoit be here tonight? Trish Stratus beat Molly Holly in Molly's rematch for the Women's Title, but the shock of the match was when the crazy Gail Kim came out and knocked out Trish Stratus. Gail stole Trish's Women's Title and left. How will Trish retaliate? Other questions to be answered hopefully tonight is the ongoing hatred between Tajiri-Rey Mysterio and the tag team turmoil we have going on with both champions! Turn in tonight and watch the best show on television!
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