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The Miz vs. John Morrison: Kind of felt odd that the thread kicked off with a WWE Championship match. So Iím guessing it will be The Miz vs. John Morrison at Royal Rumble.

Melina vs. Maryse: Solid way to build up the Melina vs. Natalya match here. It keeps Melina looking like a strong challenger and keeps up her heel heat.

CM Punk/Wade Barrett: Nice segment here with the teases and the alliance being shown between Punk and Barrett, setting up an interesting faction.

As you know, Iím Looking forward to Sara Del Rey

Tag Team Champions Segment: Nice way to build things up for the tag team division. Looking to see how things go from here.

Randy Orton vs. Sheamus: I thought this was a great way to end the show, building up Randy Orton and Sheamusís big blow off match only to get it ruined by the Nexus. This puts a lot of attention on the group.

Some good booking here and I liked the choices overall for the three guys in the Royal Rumble so far.
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WWE Superstars Taping
Jack Swagger defeated Mark Henry via Countout
Beth Phoenix, Layla and Michelle McCool defeated Tamina, Maryse and Gail Kim via Pinfall
Daniel Bryan defeated Chris Masters via Submission



Friday Night Smackdown Results
Jan 7th, 2011 | Tucson Arizona


We open the show to a huge pyrotechnic display and the cameras circling the arena at the fans. Once that has calmed down, the theme music of Drew McIntyre hits to the fan's dismay. The Sinister Scotsman grabs a microphone and says that last week he made a resolution that 2011 will be the breakout year for the chosen one. Drew says that not only will he continue to take people out and not only will he continue to hurt and destroy each and every man on the roster, he will continue to climb the ladder of success and 2011 will be the year that he finally becomes the World Heavyweight Champion... With the beautiful Kelly Kelly by his side. Drew then introduces his "girlfriend" who reluctantly makes her way down the ramp. McIntyre tries to continue his speech about the upcoming year, but Kelly soon interrupts. Kelly says that Drew has all of the talent in the world and all the tools it takes, but if Drew wants to have Kelly by his side, he needs to show some compassion. Kelly then refers to the titantron where a clip is played of last week - Drew defeated Trent Barreta after Trent missed a somersault dive over the top rope and landed flat on his back and couldn't make it back in to the ring. Even though he won, however, Drew proceeded to beat down Trent and drill him with the Futureshock DDT on the arena floor.

Kelly says that she likes Drew and she likes him a lot, but she just cannot be with a guy that ruthless, that aggressive and that heartless. Drew tries to plead with Kelly but the young blonde is having none of it, as she walks over to the ropes and attempts to exit the ring. But she is unable to do so, as Drew is fed up and becomes angry and grabs Kelly by her hair and drags her back in to the middle of the ring before screaming and yelling in her face. All of a sudden, TRENT BARRETA sprints down the ramp, and Drew throws Kelly to one side. Trent leaps on to the apron, springs on to the ropes and attempts a flying crossbody, but Drew catches him with a boot in mid air to the midsection, before nailing Barreta with another Futureshock DDT. Drew isn't done there through, as he picks up Trent again, connects with another boot to the midsection and goes for a second consecutive Futureshock, but Kelly gets right in the face of Drew and begs and pleads for him not to. Drew obliges and simply throws Trent down and storms out of the ring and up the ramp, as a concerned Kelly checks on the condition of Barreta whilst her "boyfriend" charges up the ramp and in to the back, as we go to out first COMMERCIAL BREAK

Upon return, we are treated to an amazing rubber/blowoff/feud-ending match between one of the greatest of all time and one of the young lions in the WWE, Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio respectively, in a two out of three falls match. Both men go at it for almost 14 minutes. Almost immediately after the bell rang, Rey Mysterio was able to grab the lead after managing to pin ADR's shoulders down for the three count with a Sunset Flip out of nowhere. It was Alberto's frustration and anger from that fall that then led to the first downfall for Rey Mysterio, as Del Rio's no-nonsense aggression was too much for little Rey Rey to handle, and Del Rio managed to get the threecount on Rey after destroying Rey with a Gorilla-Press Double Knee Backbreaker! From there, the momentum shifted from both men for the remaining seven minutes, but the finish came when Del Rio caught Rey's legs after a 619 attempt, dragged him to the middle of the ring and made the legendary Rey Mysterio submit with a Liontamer! After the match, Alberto Del Rio proceeded to beat down Rey Mysterio, alongside his personal ring announce Ricardo Rodriguez, before leaving up the ramp, as we go to our second COMMERCIAL BREAK

Upon return we go backstage where we see Drew chasing Kelly Kelly down the corridor. Drew tells Kelly that he is a very compassionate and loving person but sometimes he lets his anger and frustration get the better of him. Kelly takes a moment to think and finally says that she will be Drew's girlfriend but it will be a work in progress and she wants to see improvement from Drew in the upcoming weeks. McIntyre is almost speechless, as K2 grabs his hand and they walk down the corridor.

We then see Todd Grisham standing by with the World Heavyweight Champion, Edge. Todd asks Edge how he feels about his Last Man Standing Match against Kane later tonight. Edge says that to say him and Kane have had a rough history is an understatement, but unlike in 2005, Edge is used to the pressure and he is used to the main event and when that bell rings tonight - no matter how sick or sadistic Kane may or may not be - He WILL get the better of The Big Red Machine.

Back to ringside we go for the second match of the night, a rematch from last week - Cody Rhodes vs. The Big Show. The rematch was set up because Rhodes walked out on their match last week however Teddy Long has booked the rematch and should Rhodes get himself intentionally counted out or disqualified, he will be suspended indefinitely without pay. The match is how you would expect, with The Big Show dominating. However after 5 minutes of action, Rhodes attempts a Disaster Kick from the middle rope, The Big Show avoids it and Rhodes connects with the referee. Cody, who cannot believe what he just did, turns in to The Big Show, who throttles The Dashing One and lifts him high in to the air for the Chokeslam, but Cody takes advantage of there being no ref and pokes Show in the eyes. Rhodes then low blows the big seven footer, before delivering the world's biggest Cross-Rhodes. Another official sprints down the ramp and makes the three count. Cody quickly escapes up the ramp, as the giant is fuming. We then go to out third COMMERCIAL BREAK

We see a promo for the WWE's next PPV Extravaganza, The Royal Rumble, January 30th!

Backstage we see the WWE Tag Team Champions, Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov, clowning around in the locker room with the cobra and several other goofy toys... When all of a sudden the lights go out and we hear the thud of flesh on flesh and it sounds like there's a huge brawl in the locker room, but we can't see any of it at all! After half a minute of this, the lights are turned back on and the tag team champions are laid out cold... AND HEATH SLATER AND JUSTIN GABRIEL STAND TALL OVER THEM! Slater says that it's a job well done, as Gabriel scoffs before spitting on Santino and Kozlov, before exiting the room.

At ringside, 10 men make their entrance to the ring in anticipation for the Breakthrough Battle Royal to crown a new number one contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at The Royal Rumble. Josh Matthews and Matt Striker put over that the idea of this battle royal is to give some the opportunity to become the World Heavyweight Champion, who has never actually won the big one. These ten men are; Chavo Guerrero, Cody Rhodes, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Ezekiel Jackson, a returning FINLAY, JTG, Kaval, Kofi Kingston and Tyler Reks. After the entrances, we go to our penultimate COMMERCIAL BREAK

When we return, the action has kicked off. It is your standard battle royal with nothing special to note really. Drew McIntyre, accompanied by his new girlfriend Kelly Kelly, seems very focused on the job at hand. Midway through the match, The Big Show "runs~!" to the ring and chases Cody out, but Rhodes does not exit over the top rope, as Show chases Cody around the arena. Meanwhile, everyone continues to eliminate each other for another good 7 or 8 minutes. The last two are Finlay and Drew McIntyre, who battle it out and after three minutes of back and forth action between the Irishman and the Scotsman, it's the veteran that throws his opponent out... But from nowhere, Rhodes hops the barricade, seemingly escaped from the Big Show, slides in to the ring and throws Finlay out! The bell rings and Cody Rhodes is announced as the NEW #1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship! We then go to our final Commercial Break

We are then treated to the Raw Rebound! Josh and Matt on commentary then hype up next week's Monday Night Raw as it is confirmed that John Cena will be in attendance via Satelite, and we will find out a definite new #1 Contender for The Miz's WWE Championship at The Royal Rumble as Sheamus will take on Randy Orton and either CM Punk or Wade Barrett in a triple threat cage match!

To close the show, the World Heavyweight Championship is on the line between two men that have years of history but have been going at it harder than ever over the past few weeks - Edge and Kane. As you'd expect in a Last Man Standing match, it is very brutal and both men are put through intolerable amounts of pain. It is a PPV Main Event quality match, given away on free TV, and the crowd love it and show their appreciation to both men. However, there is no title change for the fans in attendance, as Edge puts Kane down for the ten count with a one man con-chair-to! A move he and his best friend, Christian, made famous over a decade ago! After the bell has rung, Edge receives his World Title belt and has his arm raised by the referee... Until from behind, CODY RHODES ambushes the Champion! The newly crowned #1 Contender for The Royal Rumble clubs Edge around the back of his head, before nailing a sickening Cross-Rhodes on the unprotected arena floor! Smackdown fades to black with Cody Rhodes standing tall over The Rated R Superstar, holding the World Title high above his head. Is this what we're going to see at The Royal Rumble in 23 days?!

END

Quick Results
Alberto Del Rio defeated Rey Mysterio in a 2/3 Falls Match
Cody Rhodes defeated The Big Show
Cody Rhodes defeated 9 other men in a Battle Royal to become the new #1 Contender to the World Heavyweight Champiosnhip
Edge defeated Kane in a Last Man Standing Match to retain the World Heavyweight Championships

Confirmed For The Royal Rumble - January 30, 2011
30 Man Royal Rumble Match
R-Truth vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Tyson Kidd vs. 27 Other Superstars
World Heavyweight Championship
Edge (c) vs. Cody Rhodes
WWE Divas Championship
Natalya (c) vs. Melina

Confirmed For Next Week
More names to be announced/decided for the Royal Rumble match!

Confirmed for Monday Night Raw
John Cena will be in attendance via Satellite from his home in Boston, Massachusetts
DH Smith, Natalya and ??? vs. Tyson Kidd, Jackson Andrews and Melina
Royal Rumble Qualifiers will continue!
Sheamus vs. Randy Orton vs. CM Punk or Wade Barrett - Number One Contenders Steel Cage Match
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Just gonna drop a few comments in, nothing too major as obviously you’re not going into great detail just yet.

On the Raw side of things, really like the look of Nexus now Barrett and Punk have joined forces. Those two guys together running amok on Raw would be incredible viewing, the promos would be awesome. Glad to see you giving them a real focus too, the attack at the end of the show was nicely done, giving them a bit of spotlight once again, which they certainly needed.

Also, liking the look of the Tag Division following that segment. It’ll be a slow and steady process I’m sure but I think that you’re taking the right steps by laying out that there are several teams in the mix wanting a shot at the gold.

A bit surprised but at the same time, pleased to see you giving new, fresh faces some air time. I highly doubt we’d see Tyson Kidd and D.H Smith receive promo time facing off but unless they get that time they’re never gonna be able tom get to that next level so kudos there.

A little disappointed not to get any real sign of Miz on the show following his title defence. A good win for him but as the WWE Champion I thought a fair bit of emphasis would be on him, especially after his victory, ah well!

On the Smackdown side, very surprised with the way the show was placed. Mysterio/Del Rio going on second after Drew McIntrye and Trent Barreta opening with promo time? Bit strange but much like Raw, glad to see fresh faces being given that opportunity. Del Rio using a Liontamer was strange also, why no Cross Arm Breaker?

Good to see the tag ranks receiving some more time on this show also, continuing on from Raw.
Rhodes being number one contender, I’m all for that. A fresh face in the main event scene and a very nice statement made to close out the show with his ambush on Edge.

On the whole, a solid start with this thread. Obviously I can’t comment too much as it’s mainly a brief recap but in terms of booking I like the direction of a fair few things, namely Nexus and the Rhodes push. One other thing, maybe change the layout, add a little colour as staring at the same thing right the way through hurts the eyes a touch. Hoping to see this thing progress further as you’ve got a lot of potential here to work with, building eventually to full shows. Keep up the good work.

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Monday Night Raw Results
Jan 10th, 2011 | Nashville, Tennessee


To open up the show, we get the usual opening video package and another one highlighting what went down last week; Mainly The Miz defeating John Morrison in a WWE Championship match in a brutal Falls Count Anywhere match, as well as the progression of The Nexus - The Punk and Barrett promo, as well as the group interrupting the main event between Randy Orton and King Sheamus, leaving both men in a heap as the show faded out. We then go live to the arena where we are greeted with an impressive pyrotechnic display, as The King and Michael Cole run down the card and they hype up tonight's main event - A number one contender's match for The Miz and his WWE Championship at The Royal Rumble... A STEEL CAGE match, between Randy Orton, King Sheamus and either Wade Barrett or CM Punk.

Speaking of which, End Of Days hits and the seven members of The Nexus appear on the stage and make their way down the ramp, every man clad in their Nexus t-shirt and armband, with their wrestling pants/trunks underneath. CM Punk gets on the microphone and says that two weeks ago, The Nexus took out the biggest superstar in the WWE, John Cena, and last week they took out two of the other hottest superstars in the WWE, Randy Orton and Sheamus. The Straight Edge Superstar says that over the course of two weeks, they have caused chaos, anarchy and turmoil and they haven't even broke a sweat, and the dominance shall continue heading in to the Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania. Punk then guarantees that one member of The Nexus, whether it be Punk himself, Barrett or any other member, will win The Royal Rumble and headline Wrestlemania and become the new WWE Champion. Wade Barrett then gets on the microphone and re-iterates Punk's points and adds to them by saying that what the WWE has seen so far is nothing compared to what they plan on doing over the course of 2011. Wade then says that Cena is scheduled to be live via satellite tonight because of the handywork of The Nexus and if Cena was wise, he would only be appearing via satellite for the next year, for his own sake.

On cue, the leader of the Cenation appears on the titantron to a huge reaction from the Nashville crowd. Cena, who's shoulder is in a sling from the injuries he suffered at the hands of The Nexus last week, looks dead in to the camera lens as Punk, Barrett and the rest of The Nexus discuss in the middle of the ring amongst themselves. Punk then grabs the microphone and questions what Cena wants, to which John happily answers. Cena says that they may have taken him out a fortnight ago, but it took six of them and their biggest mistake was allowing him to carry on breathing. John says that as much as he loves being at Raw and he loves pleasing the WWE Universe, he needs to spend time at home recovering and recooperating from "the cowardly ambush" at the hands of Nexus. John then says that he's recovering and training harder than ever because in 20 days at The Royal Rumble, he will personally see to it that every single member of The Nexus is eliminated and neither of them will disgrace the legacy of Wrestlemania and main event on the grandest stage of them all. All of the Nexus members scoff in the ring as John continues by saying that ahead of The Royal Rumble match, with the backing of the anonymous general manager, he has organised a warm up match for one of the members of the Nexus and that match, is next!

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match One | CM Punk vs. Mark Henry
Presumably leading by example, it is the loud-mouthed Chicagoan, CM Punk, that answers Cena's challenge on behalf of The Nexus, as The World's Strongest Man steps up to the plate. CM Punk accepting the challenge practically confirms that it will be Wade Barrett taking on Randy Orton and Sheamus in tonight's main event, also. The remaining six members of The Nexus also surrounded the ring, providing an extremely intimidating environment for the near 400 pounder. The match it's self was good, with Henry using his size and strength to his advantage. However, in the end, the brains and technical prowess of CM Punk prevailed, as he creamed Mark with a running knee in to the corner, followed up by the bulddog and ultimately making Henry tap out to the Anaconda Vice for a decisive victory. After the match, Punk screamed at the camera off mic "IS THAT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU CENA, HUH?" The six members of The Nexus entered the ring and began to put the boots to Henry, before over a dozen officials flooded the ring and separated the chaos.
Winner: CM Punk via Submission @ 6:12


After the post match antics, we go backstage where JOHN MORRISON is standing by with Matt Striker. Striker asks Morrison that after coming unsuccessful in becoming the WWE Champion last week, what is his next step in cementing his legacy in the WWE? Morrison scoffs and says that all his life he has been "the nearly man" and last week was no exception - Despite his best efforts, he NEARLY became the WWE Champion, but ultimately fell short. Jomo then says that losing last week may have actually been a blessing in disguise because now he's presented with an opportunity to win the WWE Championship on an even grander stage and an even more prestigious fashion - At Wrestlemania... Because he is entering The Royal Rumble match and even if it means him lasting 70 minutes and overcoming 29 other men to do so, he will achieve his boyhood dream and he will destroy his moniker of being "the nearly-man" by becoming the WWE Champion.

Morrison then walks off set, as we then go to a splitscreen of David Hart Smith and Natalya on one side, and the trio of Tyson Kidd, Jackson Andrews and Melina on the other, whilst Lawler and Cole hype the six-man intergender tag team match

We then fade out to a video package, hyping up the debut of The Queen Of Wrestling, Sara Del Rey!

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage we see Randy Orton warming up in his locker room ahead of his huge match tonight, until Scott Standford approaches him. Standofrd reluctantly asks for a moment of Randy's time, which he gets. Standford asks Orton for his view of what went down last week between himself, King Sheamus and The Nexus. Orton says that if The Nexus were out to prove a point, then the chose the wrong person to make a point out of, because unlike King Sheamus and even unlike John Cena, Randy Orton isn't going to sit back and let it slip. Orton says that whether he does it tonight, next week, next month or even next year, he will get his hands on each and every member of The Nexus and he will make them pay... But for now, he's focussing on his chance to reclaim his WWE Championship that was stolen from him by The Miz and his Money In The Bank Briefcase last November.

Match Two | Six Man Intergender Tag Team Match | Tyson Kidd, Jackson Andrews and Melina vs. DH Smith, Natalya Neidhart and ???
Making his first appearance on WWE programming since the 15th anniversary show in 2007, JIM NEIDHART returned to be the mystery partner of DH Smith and Natty. Cole brings up the family ties and the relations within this whole match, with Jim being Natalya's father and one of the best friends of DH Smith's legendary father, The British Bulldog. Also, the former tag team partnership of Smith and Kidd, a previous relationship between Natalya and Kidd as well as Neidhart playing a substantial role in training Tyson whilst he was training at the iconic Hart Family Dungeon in Calgary. The match it's self was pretty simple yet entertaining. Early on, the trio of Kidd, Andrews and Melina dominated and isolated Smith and Natalya using underhanded tactics and cutting the ring in half. However, towards the end of the match, DH Smith caught Kidd in midair after an attempted flying crossbody off of the top rope, and showing a great deal of strength, lifted Tyson high in the air and military pressed him, identical to how his late great father used to. Smith then made the hot tag to The Anvil, who shown no mercy and took no prisoners by unleashing hell on Kidd and Jackson, whilst Natty took care of her #1 contender at The Royal Rumble on the outside. After dominating the heel trio for a while, all six participants were in the ring, The Anvil and Andrews the legal men, and all three of the faces locked in the Iconic Sharpshooter on their foes in the middle of the ring at the same time... And Kidd, Andrews and Melina had no choice but to tap out for the feel-good win!
Winners: David Hart-Smith, Natalya Neidhart and Jim Neidhart via Submission @ 6:53


Following the match, the three victorious superstars celebrate and make their way to the back. Cole and Lawler then promote the rest of the show by saying that still to come we have a four-corner tag team match to determine the new number one contenders for the tag team championships, as well as a triple threat cage match to determine The Miz's #1 contender at The Royal Rumble, as well as another Royal Rumble qualifying match!

!SMACKDOWN REBOUND! - Alberto Del Rio defeats Rey Mysterio in a 2/3 Falls Match. Cody Rhodes not only defeats The Big Show, but also becomes the new #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at The Royal Rumble. Edge retains his title against Kane after a brutal Last Man Standing match, but Rhodes stands tall over the lifeless Edge to close the show.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We see a promo for the WWE's next PPV Extravaganza, The Royal Rumble, January 30th!

We then go to see a "during the commercial break" screen, where we see the legend that is Jim Neidhart, coming off a successful victory alongside his daughter and good friend DH Smith, blindsided by the egotistical Tyson Kidd and his newly appointed bodyguard, Jackson Andrews. The two men lay a vicious beatdown on the former two-time tag team champion in a random corridor in the arena and fleeing the scene before DH Smith and Natalya can get to them. Smith and Natty check on the condition of their friend/father before shouting for medical attention, as we return live to the arena.

Match Three | Four-Corners Tag Team Match | #1 Contendership | Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater vs. The Usos vs. Hood Domination (JTG and Ezekiel Jackson) vs. DZP
In what qas quite frankly a complete and utter clusterfuck between 8 men in an attempt to somewhat rekindle the tag team division in the WWE, they all go balls to the wall and peddle to the metal to put on a decent enough showing for the crowd tonight, as Santino and Kozlov join Cole and Lawler on commentary to add some comedic relief to what seems to be a fairly boring match. All teams manage to get in their offence at some point or another, showcasing the talents of the 8 men involved, but in the end, it's Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater that pick up the victory as Slater drills Primo with a Straight Jacket Hangman's Neckbreaker, setting up his South African partner for the 450 Splash, as The Nexus pick up their second victory of the night.
Winners: Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater via Pinfall @ 5:04


Backstage, a limousine pulls up in the parking lot and out steps two men... THE MIZ AND ALEX RILEY! Matt Striker enthusiastically races up to the WWE Champion and his protege and begins to ask questions. Firstly, Striker asks what The Miz is doing here because he isn't scheduled to be on the show. Mizanin stops in his tracks and looks at Striker in disgrace, before explaining that he is the most MUST SEE WWE Champion of all time and he doesn't need to be scheduled on the show to turn up. Riley then butts in and says that now that The Awesome One is in the building, tonight's show has all of a certain become... UNMIZZABLE~! The Champ looks at his student in disgust at that horrible pun whilst A-Ry looks proud of himself. Matt then asks what The Miz thinks of tonight's main event and who he'd rather face at The Royal Rumble. Mizanin says that he's willing to face anybody and he doesn't care. Whether it be King Sheamus and shut him up once and for all and prove that the only reason he was King Of The Ring was because The Miz wasn't a part of the tournament. Or he could face Wade Barrett and expose The Nexus for all they're worth; Attention seeking hooligans that didn't quite finish kindergarten or he could face Randy Orton and prove that his Money In The Bank cash in wasn't a fluke and defeat him again, only this time on Pay-Per-View.

We then go to a doctor's room where Jim Neidhart is being treated by several medical staff. Natalya asks the doctors how he's holding up, and the doctors say not so well, and they'll have to send him to the nearest hospital and keep him over there for a few days - Tyson and Jackson really put a beating on him. In the background we can see David charging around the room muttering under his breath, visibly fuming about what's going down before storming out of the room and slamming the door on his way out, as Natalya looks on anxiously, before trying to catch up with him.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match Four | Royal Rumble Qualifier | Daniel Bryan vs. Michael McGillicutty
The United States Champion and Michael McGillicutty, who's late great father Mr Perfect won the US title in WCW, put on a great performance and woke a seemingly lifeless crowd up with their match. Throughout, it was Michael's ruthlessness and aggression against Danie's in-ring prowess and technical wizardry and it made for a very entertaining 11 minutes! The larger, heavier Nexus representative used his strength and his power to his advantage by throwing Bryan around the ring with variations of suplexes and slams and he almost claimed the victory after connecting a Perfect-Plex, his father's very own special move. However, the United States Champion managed to get his shoulder up and turn the tide by kneeing McGillicutty in the top of the head whilst Michael was trying to suplex him. From there, Bryan took it to the mat where he, as expected, excelled and out of nowhere locked in the Lebell lock and it was only so long until McGillicutty tapped out, guaranteeing Daniel Bryan a place in the Royal Rumble match.
Winner: Daniel Bryan via Submission @ 11:30


We then go backstage where Ted DiBiase is just talking to his girlfriend, Maryse, until out of nowhere, R-Truth approaches him. Truth asks why Ted did what he did last week, and throw him out of the ring despite being tag partners for that night. Ted smirks and says that he was simply proving a point and he was proving that he has exactly what it takes to win The Royal Rumble and headline Wrestlemania. Truth scoffs and dismisses any chance of DiBiase winning the Rumble match until eventually DiBiase pushes Truth, sending him to the floor. R-Truth tries to get up and begin brawling with Ted, but a crowd of officials break it up.

Elsewhere, Scott Stanford is standing by with Wade Barrett. Scott says that tonight, The Nexus have won two and lost one and are seemingly on a roll and asks for his thoughts on his match up next against Randy Orton and Sheamus in a steel cage, the winner of which will challenge The Miz at The Royal Rumble. Barrett simply says that he leads The Nexus by example, and what better example can he give than holding the biggest prize in the sport around his waist. Stanford then says that the anonymous general manager has made this match a steel cage match to avoid any run-ins from any other Nexus members and he asks if that has caused Barrett to re-thing and change his game plan. Wade scoffs condescendingly and says that as good as every single member of the Nexus are, he doesn't need any help defeating Randy and Sheamus and the fact that it's a steel cage match gives him more of an advantage because quite frankly, he doesn't care if he takes his opponents out permanently tonight. Wade then walks off...

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Cole and Lawler review tonight's show and hype up The Royal Rumble Pay-Per-View by saying that it's the beginning of the road to Wrestlemania. We lights then begin to flicker as the steel cage that has been hanging high above the arena all night begins to lower. All three men then make their entrances as we get set to go!

Steel Cage #1 Contenders Match | Randy Orton vs. King Sheamus vs. Wade Barrett
From the beginning, the match is a chaotic brawl with all three men busting their asses to get the W. As you would expect, despite being a face and heel respectively, Orton and King Sheamus team up and punish Wade for interfering in their match last week and beating them down. However, the alliance only lasts so long and both men's ego get in the way and the two explode, beating the hell out of each other whilst Wade recovers. Eventually, Wade gets back in to the mix and the momentum shifts between all three men, neither of whom gain a distinct advantage for a sustained period of time. The end of the match comes when the Englishman has Orton on his shoulders ready for the Wasteland, but he turns directly in to a devestating Brogue Kick from King Sheamus, flattening Barrett, whilst Orton slips off of his shoulders just in time. Proud of his accomplishments, Sheamus bashes he chest and stretches his arms out, taunting the crowd, but when he turns around... RKO! Randy Orton creams King Sheamus with the RKO and makes the cover...1...2...THREE!
Winner: Randy Orton via Pinfall @ 13:49


The crowd explodes as the only face in the match overcomes the odds and cements his spot as the number one contender for The Miz's WWE Championship at The Royal Rumble, the same WWE Championship that Randy held before Mizanin cashed in his Money In The Bank title show. Orton collapses in a heap, tired from fatigue, as the cage is raised from the arena floor and back in the air, whilst Barrett and Sheamus slowly make their way to the back. Randy gets to his feet and poses for the crowd.

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All of a sudden, THE MIZ AND ALEX RILEY sprint down the ramp and look to barrage Orton from behind... But Randy turns around just in time and catches them in the act. The two suited men freeze in the middle of the ring, unsure what to do as a sick smirk develops on the face of Randy as he knows he can get his hands on The Miz right now... BUT THE MIZ PUSHES RILEY IN TO ORTON... RKO TO A-RY! ... BUT THE MIZ HAS GOT AWAY! The sly WWE Champion sacrificed his own friend and protoge as a means of escaping the wrath of The Viper who just stands tall over an unconscious Alex Riley, licking his lips and grinning at a petrified Miz, as the show fades to black.

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30 Man Royal Rumble Match
Daniel Bryan vs. John Morrison vs. R-Truth vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Tyson Kidd 25 Other Superstars
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The Miz (c) vs. Randy Orton
WWE Tag Team Championships
Santino Marella and Vladamir Kozlov (c) vs. Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater
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Edge (c) vs. Cody Rhodes
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The Usos defeated DZP via Pinfall
William Regal defeated Chavo Guerrero via Submission
Jack Swagger defeated Mark Henry via Pinfall



Friday Night Smackdown Results
Jan 14, 2011 | Birmingham, Alabama


We open up the show with an opening package of everything that went down on last week's episode, the final shot being the newly crowd number one contender to the World Heavyweight Championship, Cody Rhodes, standing tall over the champion with the belt raised high above his head after nailing Edge with a Cross-Rhodes on to the concrete floor. We then go live to the arena where we are greeted by an impressive pyro display, followed by Michael Cole and Josh Matthews welcoming us to the show.

The first person we see on tonight's broadcast is none other than the Champ himself, The Rated R Superstar - EDGE. Edge seems to be in a relatively good mood considering what went down last week, as he grabs a microphone. The champion says that he has been on top of the mountain for over five years now, and throughout those five years, he's faced a lot of different people. Legends such as The Undertaker, Mick Foley and Shawn Michaels. Flagbearers for the WWE such as John Cena, Randy Orton and Batista. But never has he faced a young upstart such as Cody Rhodes in such a high-profile match as their match at The Royal Rumble will be. Edge continues by saying that what Cody did last week did take him by surprise and he did do a good number on him, but that won't stop Edge beating the hell out of him once he gets his hands on Rhodes.

On cue, out comes the challenger, who stays on the top of the ramp to avoid the champion. Cody says that the reason Edge has never faced anybody like him is because there isn't anybody like him and there never has been. There has never been anybody that comprises of immaculate technique, superior intellect and dashing good looks, quite like Cody. Rhodes then runs down Edge for being the exact opposite - "A rugged, simplistic, neanderthal of a man that makes all of these repulsive nobodies in Alabama look perfect". Edge laughs and says that even though he may not be good looking and he may not be as aesthetically pleasing as Cody, he has something that is more aesthetically pleasing, and that is the World Heavyweight Championship - Something he will never get his hands on. Eventually, after the back and forth has taken it's toll on both men, out comes Theodore Long! Teddy says that as much as he'd love to, he can't book these two men in a one on one match ahead of their title match at the Pay-Per-View. However, both men will be picking each other's poison for tonight. Long then walks off of the stage as the two men stare holes through one another...

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match One | Tag Team Match | Kofi Kingston and Beth Phoenix vs. Dolph Ziggler and Kaval
During the entrances, Michael and Josh on commentary inform us that Smackdown will be taking a different approach with their announcements of Rumble participants and rather than qualifying, Theodore Long will be entering participants that have impressed him and he feels are capable of winning The Royal Rumble match it's self. On to the match it's self and the biggest surprise is the announcement of The Glamazon entering the Rumble match for the second time in her career. Dolph and Kaval, despite being polar opposites, are both very cocky and arrogant ahead of this match, thinking of it more as a handicap match rather than a tag match due to Phoenix being a female - Bur surprise surprise, it's the complete opposite. The face in peril is actually Kofi, who is a victim of a vicious beat down from the heel duo, comprising of underhanded tactics, cutting the ring in half and ruthless aggression. However, Kingston eventually makes the obligatory hot tag and Beth Phoenix clears hours, showing that she can indeed hang with the male roster. But despite her best efforts, she falls short, as she is jumped from behind by Kaval... WHO KICKS HER CLEAN IN THE FACE! Dolph, the legal man, then drills her with Zig Zag, whilst Kaval tends to Kofi on the outside. The Intercontinental Champion then hooks the leg of Phoenix for the three count and the victory for his team.
Winners: Dolph Ziggler and Kaval via Pinfall @ 7:58


Following the post match celebration we go backstage, where Cody is scouting around looking for an opponent for Edge for later tonight. He jogs around the corridors, trying his damndest to find someone, before he turns around a corner and bumps in to The Big Show! Rhodes stops and does a dramatic Vince McMahon'esque gulp, as the giant towers over The Dashing One. Show says that he hasn't forgotten about the low blow he suffered at the hands of Cody last week and he's lucky that The Big Show has got a match next otherwise he'd be beaten to a pulp right here, right now. Big Show then barges past Rhodes and continues down the corridor, as Cody looks on.

We then go to Matt Striker, who is standing by with DREW McINTYRE, who is accompanied by his girlfriend, Kelly Kelly. Matt asks Drew about his recent "beef" with Trent Barreta and what exactly it is about. The Chosen One says that Trent epitomizes everything he despises in this business - The nonchalant, care-free attitude. Drew Mac says that Barreta shouldn't even be in the job, let alone share the same show as himself and take up air time that should be used to promote The Sinister Scotsman himself. Kelly then takes over and says that Vince McMahon himself hand-picked Drew to be a future World Champion and for good reason - The power, the strength, the ruthlessness and the attitude... All of which, Trent is going to experience first hand, later tonight.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We see a promo for the WWE's next PPV Extravaganza, The Royal Rumble, January 30th!

Match Two | Big Show vs. Ezekiel Jackson
Just a glorified squash match for the World's Largest Athlete, who is looking to rebound after his loss against Cody Rhodes last week. The two big men go at it from the get go, trading strikes and slams. Big Zeke impressively and convincingly body slams the giant with relative ease, to a good reception from the crowd. However, he was only delaying the inevitable, as he was throttled by the 500 pound gargantuan after riskily leaving the second rope for a double axe handle, and he was planted with an emphatic Chokeslam for the three count.
Winner: Big Show via Pinfall @ 4:30


We then go backstage where Edge is getting ready for his Pick Your Poison match with Cody Rhodes' chosen opponent in tonight's main event. We hear a knock at the door, and in comes Chris Masters! The Champion is surprised to see The Masterpiece, as he politely asks what Masters wants. Chris simply replies by saying that he's been given little in the way of opportunities as of late, and that isn't fair, especially due to the amount of work and effort he's been putting in to improve as of late. Masters then says that he knows Edge is looking for an opponent for Cody tonight and he'd just like to throw his name in to the mix. Edge ponders for a second, before telling Masters that he'll think about it. Chris thanks the World Heavyweight Champion, before respectably leaving his locker room.

On the contrary, we see Cody once again scouring the backstage area looking for an opponent for The Champion. Cody is panicking, knowing time is running out. Rhodes then bumps in to BETH PHOENIX, who is clutching her head as a result of her match earlier in the night. Cody says to Beth that if she wants to make a statement by entering the Royal Rumble, why doesn't she make an even bigger statement by defeating the World Heavyweight Champion. The Glamazon scowls at Cody, before Cody adds on by saying "... And if you get the job done, you'd be a shoe-in for a special reward, courtesy from The Dashing One himself" followed by an extremely cheesy wink. Phoenix sighs before shoving Rhodes in to the wall and storming off, really putting the #1 contender in his place, as he looks on worryingly.

!~RAW REBOUND~!

COMMERCIAL BREAK


Match Three | Pick Your Poison | Cody Rhodes vs. Rey Mysterio
Much to the delight of the crowd, everybody's favourite luchador is the chose opponent for The Dashing One, who is still seeming rather anxious and nervous about not being able to find an opponent for Edge later tonight. The match was solid, with the bigger and stronger Cody grounding Rey Rey, grinding him down and wearing him out, neutralising all of Rey's speed, agility and endurance. It only lasts so long, however, as Mysterio makes the heroic comeback, overcoming everything Rhodes throws at him. That is until Cody gets his knees up to counter a moonsault from Mysterio. Cody then takes the advantage and connects with the Cross-Rhodes, for the three count.
Winner: Cody Rhodes via Pinfall @ 8:11


After the match, Rhodes then sprints to the backstage area, presumably returning to search for an opponent for the challenger later tonight. We then see Edge looking at a TV screen, rubbing his chin and nodding at what he just saw, seemingly impressed with Rhodes' victory over a very capable Rey Rey.

Backstage we go and Todd Grisham is standing by with a very menacing-looking Big Red Machine, Kane! Todd regretfully asks Kane about the loss he suffered last week in the brutal Last Man Standing match against Edge for the World Title last week. The Big Red Machine says that he isn't like any other being; He doesn't care that he lost and he isn't unhappy that he walked out a loser. He's unhappy that he didn't put Edge through enough pain and enough misery as he would have liked. Grisham then asks what is next for Kane, to which the sadistic 7-footer says that The Royal Rumble is an amazing opportunity... Not to headline Wrestlemania, but to inflict pain and cause damage to 29 other men... Meaning that it is 29 times as pleasing as any other match - Headlining Wrestlemania is just a bi-product of making people's lives living hell.

We then see Trent Barreta walking down the corridor in preparation for his match with Drew McIntyre, until up behind him comes Kelly Kelly! Trent looks very suspicious of K2, and rightfully so. Kelly slowly strolls around Trent, stroking his back and his torso, as Trent raises an eyebrow at Kelly, wondering what she is doing. The blonde bombshell then says that even though she may be seeing Drew, that doesn't mean that she doesn't care for Trent. Barreta nonchalantly chews his gum, his expression still hasn't changed, as he comically frowns at Kelly, finding the intimacy with her fairly awkward. Kelly then says that Barreta does deserve better in the WWE and if he plays his cards right, tonight could be the beginning of that. She then winks at Trent and kisses him on the cheek, before strolling off, leaving a perplexed Trent looking on. Eventually, Barreta shrugs his shoulders and says to himself "I wonder how many people she's done that to this week" before continuing to chew his gum and walk down the corridor, garnering a lot of laughs from the crowd.

- OPEN VIDEO PACKAGE -

Narrator: Success...

A split screen of every single championship belt in the WWE, all of which are resting on a spotlighted, silk pillow tool

Narrator:
Success can be measured through a list of accomplishments...

Slow motion shots of The Miz raising his newly won WWE title in the air after cashing in his money in the bank briefcase - "WE HAVE A NEW WWE CHAMPION"

Narrator:
Success can be measured through achieving your dreams...

A shot of Rey Mysterio winning his first World Title at Wrestlemania 22 with Michael Cole screaming over the top - "BY GOD, REY MYSTERIO HAS DONE IT!"

Narrator:
Or success can be measured through the legacy that you forge...

A shot of the final Tombstone on Shawn Michaels at last year's Wrestlemania, as The Undertaker extends his undefeated streak even further - "TWO OF THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME, IN THE GREATEST MATCH OF ALL TIME"

Narrator:
All we know is...

An extreme slow motion of John Cena lifting Dave Batista on to his shoulders in preparation for the Attitude Adjustment - "HE'S GONNA' DO IT... JOHN CENA...!

Narrator:
Success...

The slow motion shot is still there, but this time it's John Cena actually slamming Wade Batista down to the canvas - "HE NAILS IT! IT'S GOTTA BE OVER! 1...2...3!"

Narrator:
Is Certain.

When Batista smashes the canvas, the slow motion instantly transitions in to fast paced shots, whilst the instrumental of Detroit Rapper, Royce Da 5'9's song, Legendary, plays.

Michael Cole:
"DON'T YOU ADJUST YOUR TV SETS, BECAUSE THE GREATEST EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING... HAS JUST GOT STARTED"

Quickfire clips of Randy Orton RKOing Ted DiBiase, Rey Mysterio 619'ing CM Punk, CM Punk grabbing the Money In The Bank Briefcase and Kane Chokeslamming Chavo Guerrero - All from Wrestlemanias passed

Jim Ross:
"LADIES AND GENTLEMEN YOU WON'T FIND AN EVENT MUCH BETTER, MUCH MORE SPECTACULAR AND MUCH MORE INSPIRING THAT WRESTLEMANIA"

More speedy clips - This time of the infamous Edge spearing Jeff Hardy in the TLC match, Shawn Michaels drilling Kurt Angle with a Sweet Chin Music, and finally... The legendary staredown between The Rock and Hulk Hogan

Vince McMahon:
"WELCOME TO.... WRRREESSSSTLEEEE - MANIAAAA!"

The package ends with the image of Rock and Hogan fading in to a beautiful view of the Georgia Dome in Atlanta - The arena that will play host to Wrestlemania 27. The Wrestlemania 27 logo then fades in over the top, as does the sound of a raucous crowd chanting "THIS IS AWESOME" along with the subsequent claps, before we fade to black.



WRESTLEMANIA 27
April 3, 2011
The Georgia Dome | Atlanta, Georgia
Success Is Certain

- CLOSE VIDEO PACKAGE -

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COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match Four | Drew McIntyre vs. Trent Barreta

As you would expect from these two very fine and well-tuned athletes, the match is an extremely entertaining one with a very gripping story grapevined with in the action. In the early going, the cool, calm and collected attitude of Trent prevails, as he uses his speed, quickness and agility to slip and slide through any situation that Drew puts him through - Which of course angers the Sinister Scotsman. Barreta continues to hit and move, nailing Drew with knife edge chops and stinging leg kicks, before altering his position, showing very MMA'esque styled offence in the early going. However, Barreta can only play the cat and mouse game for too long until McIntyre catches him and uses his ruthlessness and aggressiveness to assert his dominance and simply man handle the much lighter opponent. McIntyre uses a variety of stiff strikes and spine-shattering bodyslams to neutralise all of the speed and agility advantages that Barreta possesses over Drew. One thing Drew can not neutralise, however, is the heart and the courage of the young New Yorker, who counters an attempted running powerslam in to a satellite DDT, spiking his Scottish foe on the top of his head. At this point in time, Kelly Kelly climbs on to the apron and distracts the zebra in the ring, leaving Drew with enough time to take advantage and poke Trent in the eyes, before connecting with a vicious Futureshock DDT. Drew and Kelly sadistically smirk, before the Sinister Scotsman picks Trent up again and nails ANOTHER Futureshock DDT.... FOLLOWED BY A THIRD! Instead of making the cover, the Chosen One instead locks in a Texas Cloverlead... And the referee has no choice but to stop the match and award the victory to Drew, Trent is out cold!
Winner: Drew McIntyre via Referee Stoppage @ 13:12


After the match, Drew keeps the hold locked in, as K2 climbs in to the ring and begins putting her high heels to good use, stomping on the helpless Trent Barreta. She then LOW BLOWS the referee who is trying to intervene, before she goes straight back to work... ALL OF A SUDDEN, A FAN CLIMBS OVER THE BARRICADE AND DRILLS KELLY IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD, BEFORE MOUNTING HER AND RAINING DOWN ON HER WITH RIGHTS AND LEFTS. DREW HASN'T EVEN NOTICED! The fans are going wild as this small, petite young lady, out of the crowd has pounced on to K2. Once she's dealt with Kelly, she creeps up behind Drew... LOW BLOW TO DREW MCINTYRE! Drew and Kelly roll out of the ring simultaneously and retreat up the ramp, as the random fan checks on the condition of Drew, before she is taken away by Security at ringside and EMTs check on the condition of Trent. We can hear the unknown girl screaming and hurling abuse at Kelly and Drew, who look absolutely shocked to see what's just happened.

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COMMERCIAL BREAK

When we return, Michael Cole and Josh Matthews go over what has happened tonight, before hyping up the Royal Rumble match in just over two weeks time. The Divas Champion, Natalya, defends her title against Melina. The odd pairing of Santino and Kozlov defend their prestigious tag titles against the ever-dangerous Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel of the Nexus. Randy Orton challenges The Miz for the WWE Championship and The Royal Rumble match it's self, to decide who will go on to headline Wrestlemania and face either the WWE Champion or the World Heavyweight Champion.

Speaking of which, that segways fairly easily in to the final match of the night - Edge vs. Cody Rhodes' hand picked opponent. Edge makes his entrance first as we await his opponent... It's a masked wrestler... Called The Mask~! The man is dressed in all black with a black mask and a clown-like face on it, as the crowd are as confused as Edge is in the ring. We then get a video of Cody Rhodes on the titantron, saying that he's scoured the locker room and this is the toughest opponent Edge will ever face... Until he meets Cody Rhodes in 16 days, of course.

Match Five | Pick Your Poison | Edge vs. The Mask
The match is an interesting one, what with all of the intrigue of the man behind the mask and what have you. Throughout the main event, the Champion targets the mask to try and find out who it is, unsurprisingly however, the man is very protective and makes sure he is not revealed. The man behind the mask also seems very sloppy, when on the offence or otherwise - Struggling to keep his balance on the top rope, and he seems to be breathing very heavily. Anyway, Edge, being the resilient Champion that he is, puts up a great fight and it seems all but done at this point - Edge awaits for his prey to stand up before sprinting towards him for the Spear... But The Mask gets out of the way and exits the ring! The unknown man then snatches a steel chair from ringside, pushes the referee over and drills Edge on the spine half a Dozen times, causing the champion to grasps his back in agony, before collapsing on to the canvas. The referee has no choice but to call for a disqualification.
Winner: Edge vis Disqualification @ 10:10


The Mask then creams the innocent referee with the chair, just because he was there, before refocussing his attention back on to the World heavyweight Champion who is still down and out. He slowly picks up Edge who has barely moved since the onslaught of chair shots. He bends him over backwards and puts his arm over the throat of Edge... ROLLING CUTTER ON TO THE CHAIR!... EERILY SIMILAR TO THE CROSSRHODES!

The crowd are booing the shit out of The Mask, as everyone has a fairly good idea of who it is by now. The man then snatches the World Heavyweight Championship Belt from Tony Chimel and he climbs back in to the ring and holds the title high above his head before he slowly takes his mask off... IT IS CODY RHODES! THE DASHING ONE BROKE THE RULES AND WAS EDGE'S POISON! The video before the match was obviously pre-taped, if you hadn't already gathered, as we see Rhodes sporting a huge, shit-eating grin on his face as for the second week in a row, he stands tall over the World Heavyweight Champion.

Michael Cole closes the broadcast by saying - "Tonight, Edge was unable defeat his poison and unfortunately for the Champion, his poison is the man that will be challenging him for that belt at The Royal Rumble! Will Edge be able to get a measure of revenge before we head in to Boston, Massachussets on January 30th, or will Cody Rhodes get the better of the Champion once again and fulfill his destiny!?

END

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THE ROYAL RUMBLE
January 30th, 2011
TD Garden | Boston Massachussets

30 Man Royal Rumble Match

Beth Phoenix vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. John Morrison vs. Kaval vs. Kofi Kingston vs. R-Truth vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Tyson Kidd 21 Other Superstars


WWE Divas Championship
Natalya (C) vs. Melina


World Heavyweight Championship
Edge (C) vs. Cody Rhodes


WWE Tag Team Championships
Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov (C) vs. Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater ( N )


WWE Championship
The Miz (C) vs. Randy Orton

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I think that you going with Cody as Edge's challenger is quite interesting. I didn't think that Dashing was the gimmick that would propel Cody into the main event but you're making it work somehow. The back and forth between the two was a good read and I'm sure that once you go to full shows, they'll be great. I like that you've got Edge praising Cody after that attack but then maybe you could've made Edge a little serious since he's the champ after all. Pick your poison matches for tonight, should be good!

Having Beth Phoenix wrestle with the men was definitely new, so kudos to you for giving us something new. Not sure I would've enjoyed that though for some reason, but ohwell. Cody's run-in with Show was good for what it was, getting exposure for both men is all you can do. We don't usually see McIntyre anymore but I know you have plans for him, as well as Barreta, so that'll be cool to see since we don't usually see these two being booked.

Show squashing Jackson? I think Jackson should be used better but I guess it was fine. Masters? Not sure if he was on the roster at this time, but him getting a decent push in a thread would be cool to see. More Beth Phoenix here, hmm. Not sure if you're really trying to give us something new or emphasize that big things are coming for the divas division.

Cody beating Rey was pretty big so he got a good rub from that match. Kane was pretty impressive here if you ask me, he can be a major player if you book him that way. Wouldn't mind seeing that all. This Kelly Kelly/Trent segment had me raising my eyebrows, no idea what is up here. DAT WRESTLEMANIA VIDEO PACKAGE. Was pretty good man, likin' this whole “Success is Certain” slogan you have going on.

Interesting to see that this match got the most description for any of the matches so far. I guess it's because you're pretty high on both men. However, didn't think the three finishers were necessary as it would've been just as vicious with just one. And hmm, Kelly getting into the action? I don't ever think she would've gone heel in the WWE so it was something to get used to. AJ! Oh yeaaaaah! This is gonna be a good pairing for sure. Goodjob with this storyline man, definitely has my interest.

Hmm, the mask huh? I had a feeling this would be Cody. Kinda weird that you had wrote Cody as being unbalanced and seemingly out of breath. I guess it was a way to sway us as readers. However, I think this is a pretty good booking move. Gives Cody a lot of momentum just a short time away from the Royal Rumble.

Overall, show was pretty good despite it being recapped. But I can't wait to see you go full shows and read the dialogue between Edge and Cody Rhodes. Definitely gonna be a good match for the Rumble. I like the Trent/Drew storyline, it was different seeing them get some time on Smackdown and with a decent storyline too. You did a lot of good stuff here man, onto the next! DOSE GRAPHICS DOE ;D
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Kicking the show off with the champion is always a good start especially when he has a high profile match coming up soon. I like actually how Edge was putting Cody over in the first part of his promo saying that he does offer a new type of challenge because he is young and eager. Cody coming out and playing off what Edge said was smart as well; this promo has a good flow to it. Obviously Cody will be getting in that cheap heat and calling the crowd ugly, glad you're keeping the Dashing gimmick on him. I thought for a second Long was going to book a tag team match or Rhodes vs DA UNDERTAKAH~! but Pick Your Poison is always a fun concept and I'm intrigued to see who both men pick for the other. Good start to the show here mate

Interesting that you're putting Beth in the Rumble match here - I don't think I've ever seen a BTB where a woman is in the Rumble. The thing I found most interesting about this match was Dolph and Kaval though. I'd expect Ziggler to be a prick about Phoenix but I would have thought Kaval would have taken her a lot more seriously. So maybe you're hinting a Kaval heel turn? That'd be pretty fun to read so Book It! Phoenix does look like a don here by just cleaning house, and I can imagine that Kaval would have got some decent heat for kicking Beth square in the face. Good win for Ziggler and an even better one for Kaval; a rare win for him aha.

I can sense some funny segments with Cody Rhodes being a theme in this show

Some nice stuff from McIntyre. This little angle is great for both him and Barretta as they are both being appropriately used. The match between them tonight could well steal the show so I'm looking forward to seeing it. I also like that you actually had Kelly singing Drew's praises as well, I thought she would have just stood there looking scared.

Nice win for Show; you need to make your giant look good heading into the Rumble just to make whoever eliminates him look even better.

I'm thinking Masters would have been a good route for Edge to go down... because fucking look at him! I hope to see more from Masters in this thread because I was actually massive Chris Masters fan around this time period because of just how good he'd gotten in the ring. So I hope that you capitalise on this; plus he was over as fuck.

That was brilliant between Rhodes and Phoenix; he'll literally take anyone.

Mysterio was a good choice for Rhodes to face as their real life encounters prove that they do have that chemistry to put on a good match. Rhodes getting the win here was a must because in the Pick Your Poison matches the heel usually always wins their match cleanly, which Cody did here. I'm not sure where you are taking Mysterio in this thread, I'm sure that he'll be in the Rumble but what you've got planned for him until or after it I don't know. Good win for Cody, and I did laugh at him running straight to the back to look for an opponent for Edge. Once again, Edge nodding puts over Rhodes as a challenger so you're doing a fantastic job of building up Rhodes as a threat to the title.

Kane determined on hurting people in the Rumble... what could go wrong? Nice to see you've given the big guy some direction, and like Show he needs to be built up to look like a monster during the run in to the Rumble.

Wow so Kelly's a slut. Trent just no-selling it all was pretty funny as well I think Kelly and Drew are turning into somewhat of a power couple on Smackdown here.

I've never seen a bitchy heel Kelly Kelly before in a thread and she's pretty entertaining! The match was flowing nicely and then she got involved. McIntyre comes out of this looking like a monster, which is awesome and it was really all down to Kelly's distraction. AJ?!! YES! Thsi just makes the whole thing so much more interesting because now I want to know why she feels like she has to jump over the barricade and attack both Drew and Kelly. I'm guessing she might have some connection with either Trent, Drew or Kelly but that is a mystery that will most likely have to be solved next week. Nice job here giving these guys some more time again.

I wonder who is under that mask... In a way I do find it believable that Cody couldn't find anyone because no one likes him, but at the same time the had someone accept his offer they'd have gotten a chance to face the World Heavyweight Champion and make a name for themselves - it just seems like an opportunity too good to turn down. Although Rhodes picking himself was smart on his part as he was left no choice. I like how you made sure to point out that he was breathing heavily after already competing and running around the back for the whole show. Using the chair as a way to just hurt Edge was a nice touch and just through this show alone you've now created some bad blood between these two and next week either Edge will praise Rhodes for being so smart or just be pissed off. Nice main event and a good way to end the show with Rhodes standing tall.

I really enjoyed this show if I am being honest bro You've done a great job in making Cody look like a threat to the title as Edge has been singing his praises and he got the better of the champion in every aspect during the show. The Drew/Trent storyline is kicking up a notch and catching my attention as well. Good show man, nothing of note to criticise really so well done Onto Raw <3 Oh and fucking lol at 'The Bitch' He knows his place.
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Smackdown Review


I've been meaning to review this thread for a while, I feel like this time period was a massive wasted opportunity and led to a disappointing Mania. I'm hoping you you do a good job with it. I'll be reading. Anyway here is my first Smackdown Review.

I like the recap format. Short, simple, and to the point. Nice opening segment. Edge listing off all of his big wins was good because it made Cody look strong being brought in the same conversation as a John Cena, Undertaker, or Batista. Cody came out and got his in. I liked his character a lot around this time so I'm glad he's getting some main event exposure even though he won't win. And of course it wouldn't be a Smackdown opening segment if Teddy Long didn't come out and make a match. Pick your poison should be fun.

I like the idea of Superstars having to impress Teddy to get in the Rumble and I like the idea of Beth actively trying to get in. I think that is the first time we've ever seen that in BTB or honestly in a while in WWE. I liked how Beth was treated as a man because the way Kaval beat her down was damn good. Nice match

Rhodes and Big Show backstage, I hate face Big Show so hopefully he gets paired with Kane or turned soon. Either way still interested in who Cody picks to face Edge. I want more segments like this

I hope Drew destroys Barretta. McIntyre at least has some character.

Nice match for Show to stay strong, not much else to say about it. As it appears he's waiting on Cody Rhodes or hopefully turning.

Two more pick you poison segments. I like these. Edge's by far more serious with Master, I doubt he'll be the guy but it makes him look good. I lol'd at the Cody segment. It really gets over that no one likes him and wants to fight for him. I'm really interested to see whose gonna face Edge.

Rey Mysterio! Good choice considering he really has nothing else going on right now (Where's Alberto Del Rio btw) Glad Cody got the clean win over Rey it makes him look really strong going foward to the Rumble. Still waiting on Edge's opponent.

A nice sounding Kane segment. Please keep him heel, I didn't like the kind of random of face turn he got after the most brutal heel run in a while. I see him posing a threat in the Rumble before he getting knocked out by a lot of men at the same time.

I like the Kelly element of this Drew-Trent storyline. She's such a slut and it works. I hope she betrays Trent though. Drew > Trent

YES! YES! YES! YES! McIntyre looked a beast here. That was always won of the problems with how they booked him IRL. He was talked about as a future world champion, choosen one etc. And they never did anything to make him look like that. This was good with heel Kelly. AJ to the rescue! I hope Drew moves on past Trent and we just get Kelly vs. AJ instead of a mixed tag feud. I never really enjoyed those.

Lol "The Mask". This was obviously Rhodes the whole time but I loved it. Classic old school heel move to get one over Edge with the DQ and the beatdown after the match. Rhodes stands tall at the end again. This was a great way to end the show. Not only do I like Rhodes character here, wormy, sneaky, old school heel. You're making him look like a real threat to Edge which is hard to do consider, Edge just beat a monster in a Last Man Standing Match. How would anyone threaten him? Well Rhodes is doing a nice job.

Nice show, I'll definitely read more. The progression to the Rumble looked good. Edge-Cody is turning into a sweet feud that is making Rhodes into a star even if he fails to get the belt. Keep up the good work with these characters because they made for a good show. I'll be sure to be back and review again
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Monday Night Raw Results
Jan 17, 2011 | Little Rock, Arkansas


We open up the broadcast with a video package highlighting everything that went down last week - Everything from Punk defeating Henry, Gabriel and Slater becoming the number one contenders to SantiKozlov, Tyson Kidd and Jackson Andrews taking out the legendary Jim Neidhart, and Randy Orton overcoming Sheamus and Wade Barrett to solidify his title shot at The Miz at The Royal Rumble. We then go live in to the Verizon Center in the heart of Little Rock, Arkansas, where we are welcomed by the "old but new" commentary duo of Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler.

Opening up the show - None other than The Apex Predator, Randy Orton. To a very positive reception, Randy makes his way down to the ring and takes a microphone. Orton says that last week not only did he defeat two of the toughest men in professional wrestling today, he also prematurely signed the death certificate of The Miz's WWE title reign - The very same WWE title that he stole from Orton through the use of the Money In The Bank briefcase. The third generation superstar then continues to berate The Miz's cowardly ways, until The Champion and his protege interrupt and bounce on to the stage. Mizanin says that all Orton is is a hypocrite. This is the very same man that punted elderly men in the head, RKO'd a defenceless woman infront of her handcuffed and helpless husband among other things. Orton says that those days are far behind him - He was an egomaniac, but after seeing The Miz run around with his WWE Championship, it's put everything in to perspective. Orton then says that he still hasn't lost the aggressiveness and ruthlessness that brought him to the dance in the first place, and he is more than willing to unleash all of that aggression and ruthlessness on The Miz, right here tonight!

Mizanin and Riley share a slightly worried look, until the Champion scoffs at Orton's "fickle attempt" at trying to goat The Awesome One in to the ring. The Miz says that he will have to wait his turn to get his hands on him, as he is already booked in a match tonight. However, if Orton is so eager to get in the, then The Miz can organise a match for Randy tonight with the perfect opponent... ALEX RILEY! Orton instantly has a HUGE grin on his face, as opposed to Riley's face of shock and horror, just gazing right at The Miz. The Champion then leaves the stage, leaving Orton in the ring, relishing his opportunity tonight.

Before we go to commercial break, JR and Lawler hype up tonight's show - A special look at Cena's Royal Rumble training. Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater square off against The Uso Brothers. An update on the condition of Jim Neidhart after the beating he suffered last week. Wade Barrett will square off against John Morrison ahead of the Royal Rumble and the WWE Champion will be in action. On top of all of that, as just announced, Randy Orton will square off against Alex Riley.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

"The Queen Of Wrestling" SARA DEL REY - Coming to the WWE, soon!

Match One | Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater vs. The Uso Brothers
The WWE Tag Team Champions, Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov, join JR and The King at commentary to provide some "very itneresting" commentary for this match. It's as one sided as a six minute match can be, with The Usos show hints of dominance but nothing groundbreaking, whereas the Nexus duo throw their whole arsenal at the Samoan twins. It's basic tag team wrestling, with Slater and Gabriel splitting the ring in half and making frequent tags, putting a beating on Jimmy Uso. Eventually, Jimmy makes the tag to Jey, but Jey's burst of energy is shortlived as The One Man Band low lows Jey, whilst Gabriel distracts the referee. From there, Slater drills Jey with the leaping Reverse STO before The South African connects with the phenomenal 450 Splash
Winners: Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater via Pinfall @ 6:43


After the match, Heath and Justin roll to the outside where the referee raises their arms... But out of nowhere THEY LEAP OVER THE ANNOUNCE TABLE and begin to pound on the unprepared Champions, who stil wear their commentary headsets on their heads! The challengers but a serious beating on the Champions, as JR and King get the hell out of the way. After they've done their bit, the duo waltz over to the time keeper's table and snatch the tag titles, raising them high in to the air, before dropping them on to the grounded and beaten champions.

Backstage we see Natalya Neidhart walking down the corridor towards the ring, carrying her Divas Championship proudly over her shoulder. JR and Lawler say that the Divas Champion will be up, next!

- OPEN VIDEO PACKAGE -

Narrator: Success...

A split screen of every single championship belt in the WWE, all of which are resting on a spotlighted, silk pillow stool

Narrator:
Success can be measured through a list of accomplishments...

Slow motion shots of The Miz raising his newly won WWE title in the air after cashing in his money in the bank briefcase - "WE HAVE A NEW WWE CHAMPION"

Narrator:
Success can be measured through achieving your dreams...

A shot of Rey Mysterio winning his first World Title at Wrestlemania 22 with Michael Cole screaming over the top - "BY GOD, REY MYSTERIO HAS DONE IT!"

Narrator:
Or success can be measured through the legacy that you forge...

A shot of the final Tombstone on Shawn Michaels at last year's Wrestlemania, as The Undertaker extends his undefeated streak even further - "TWO OF THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME, IN THE GREATEST MATCH OF ALL TIME"

Narrator:
All we know is...

An extreme slow motion of John Cena lifting Dave Batista on to his shoulders in preparation for the Attitude Adjustment - "HE'S GONNA' DO IT... JOHN CENA...!

Narrator:
Success...

The slow motion shot is still there, but this time it's John Cena actually slamming Wade Batista down to the canvas - "HE NAILS IT! IT'S GOTTA BE OVER! 1...2...3!"

Narrator:
Is Certain.

When Batista smashes the canvas, the slow motion instantly transitions in to fast paced shots, whilst the instrumental of Detroit Rapper, Royce Da 5'9's song, Legendary, plays.

Michael Cole:
"DON'T YOU ADJUST YOUR TV SETS, BECAUSE THE GREATEST EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING... HAS JUST GOT STARTED"

Quickfire clips of Randy Orton RKOing Ted DiBiase, Rey Mysterio 619'ing CM Punk, CM Punk grabbing the Money In The Bank Briefcase and Kane Chokeslamming Chavo Guerrero - All from Wrestlemanias passed

Jim Ross:
"LADIES AND GENTLEMEN YOU WON'T FIND AN EVENT MUCH BETTER, MUCH MORE SPECTACULAR AND MUCH MORE INSPIRING THAT WRESTLEMANIA"

More speedy clips - This time of the infamous Edge spearing Jeff Hardy in the TLC match, Shawn Michaels drilling Kurt Angle with a Sweet Chin Music, and finally... The legendary staredown between The Rock and Hulk Hogan

Vince McMahon:
"WELCOME TO.... WRRREESSSSTLEEEE - MANIAAAA!"

The package ends with the image of Rock and Hogan fading in to a beautiful view of the Georgia Dome in Atlanta - The arena that will play host to Wrestlemania 27. The Wrestlemania 27 logo then fades in over the top, as does the sound of a raucous crowd chanting "THIS IS AWESOME" along with the subsequent claps, before we fade to black.


CREDIT TO BAGWELL FOR THE WRESTLEMANIA POSTER.

WRESTLEMANIA 27
April 3, 2011
The Georgia Dome | Atlanta, Georgia
Success Is Certain

- CLOSE VIDEO PACKAGE -

***


COMMERCIAL BREAK

When we return, Natalya Neidhart makes her way down to the ring and she seems to be in a ferocious mood. She snatches a microphone and instantly calls out Tyson Kidd and Jackson Andrews - She says that she doesn't care that they may be bigger and stronger than she is and she doesn't care if her and Kidd were in a relationship in the past - If they lay a finger on her family, then they will pay. Nattie then slams the microphone in to the mat and drops her belt at ringside, awaiting the arrival of Tyson and Jackson...

Eventually they come out and walk down to the ring with all sorts of swagger and confidence, but Natalya doesn't back down one bit. The two enter the ring and stand either side of Natalya, who seems to have swam far past her depth, but she still doesn't back down. She then shoves Kidd in the chest, literally screaming at the top of her voice at her ex-boyfriend, for attacking her father backstage last week and putting him in a hospital bed. She then turns around and SLAPS Jackson Andrews! From behind, Kidd then grabs Nattie by the hair shouts obsceneties and hurls abuse at a now helpless Natalya. Andrews restrains the Divas Champion by holding her arms, as Kidd backs off and prepares for a superkick straight to the jaw of Natalya...

BUT DAVID HART SMITH SPRINTS DOWN THE RAMP! The son of the late great British Bulldog slides in to the ring and dump tackles Kidd, before raining down with stiff shots to his former partner. The two then roll out of the ring and continue their brawl in to the crowd, as Jackson Andrews chases to help his friend.

Meanwhile, Natalya gets back on to her feet and dusts herself off, as she looks on helplessly at the fight that has ensued in the arena, which is now high in the stands - There is nothing she can do about it now... She turns around to pick up her title belt... BUT MELINA IS THERE! The number one contender to Natalya's Divas Championship at The Royal Rumble LEVELS THE CHAMPION WITH A ROUNDHOUSE KICK TO THE TEMPLE! The crowd are shitting all over Melina, who is heartlessly taking advantage of Natalya's focus understandably being directed towards a much more personal issue. The Papparazzi Princess then picks up Nattie and sends her back down with her signature move, The Primal Scream.

Melina then picks up a microphone and says that Natalya should stop worrying about her own personal Jerry Springer episode, and should instead worry about the greatest Divas in the WWE, and the woman that will take the title away from her with ease at The Royal Rumble - Melina. Her music then hits as she exits the ring and makes her way up the ramp with a huge grin on her face, proud of her accomplishments, as Natalya only just seems to be coming around.

Elsewhere, Matt Striker is standing by with Wade Barrett. Striker asks Barrett about last week, and then his match with John Morrison tonight. The Englishman says that he has no excuse about losing last week, but he has a chance to make up for lost time at The Royal Rumble, by being the last man standing and main eventing Wrestlemania. Wade says that all Orton did by winning last week was delaying the inevitable, and that is him becoming the WWE Champion. Before Barrett can continue, CM Punk walks on to the set. The two Nexus members pat each other on the back and exchange their greetings, before CM Punk speaks.

Punk asks Wade if he can correct him. He says that all Orton did by winning last week was delaying the inevitable of the Nexus as a collective unit, holding the WWE Championship - Whether it be Wade, Punk himself, David Otunga or anybody else. All that can be guaranteed is that come the conclusion of Wrestlemania, the Nexus will be in possession of the WWE Championship and there's not a thing Randy Orton, Vince McMahon, John Cena or the lord himself can do about it. The two then laugh, before walking off set.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match Two | The Miz vs. William Regal
We knew the result before the bell even rang, but that doesn't stop the match it's self being an absolute treat to watch. The wily veteran instincts of William Regal versus the fresh, young, cocky and brash tendancies of the WWE Champion provides for a very interesting and gripping dynamic, in a match that saw the Blackpool born brawler get a fair amount of offence in - Showcasing his rough and tumble striking game as well as his clean and precise matwork. Meanwhile, the WWE Champion used his speed and agility to gain somewhat of an advantage, but as you would expect, it is is the dirty and underhanded tactics that the WWE Champion is famous for using that gains him the distinct advantage. The Awesome One sneakily pokes Regal in the eye whilst the referee was inadvertently knocked down by an accidental shoulder tackle from William. From there, The Miz softened Regal up for Skull Crushing Finale, and he ventually hit it for the three count.
Winner: The Miz via Pinfall @ 10:11


Following the match, The Miz grasps his WWE Championship and exits the ring, until the anonymous General Manager's e-mail alarm goes off, where Jerry Lawler stands up and reads the e-mail. The anonymous General Manager congratulated on the victory, albeit through despicable circumstances. Despite losing this match, William Regal will be entered in to The Royal Rumble for his heroic efforts in tonight's match, a match that he could well have won had The Miz not cheated. That announcement gets a lot of cheers from the crowd, as a small Regal chant breaks out. Lawler then continues by saying that should The Miz cheat his way to victory at The Royal Rumble, even if the referee doesn't see it, the anonymous GM will reverse the decision and award the title to Randy Orton! To close the E-mail, the General Manager says - "Miz, if you want to prove your worth as the WWE Champion, you must overcome Randy Orton he hard way. It's time to put up, or shut up". The crowd pops big time, as The Miz's pissed off face tells the whole story.

We then get a video package, promoting the WWE's next Pay-per-View Extravaganza - THE ROYAL RUMBLE - 30th Jan, 2011

COMMERCIAL BREAK

When we return, we are in the Medic's room where Natalya is clutching the back of her head and holding an icepack against it. All of a sudden, we hear the door open and David Hart Smith's arms are draped over two medic's, who are dragging Hart's battered and beaten corpse in to the room, laying him on the bed next to Nattie. The Divas Champion instantly drops her ice pack and rushes over to her unconscious best friend, bursting through the crowd of Medics and Doctors. Natalya is panicking, screaming in fact, as it is obvious that the numbers game caught up with Smith.

Match Three | John Morrison vs. Wade Barrett
A nifty little match between the Nexus member and The Prince Of Parkour. Barrett's size, strength and sheer brutality vs. Morrison's speed, agility and unorthodox style. The match gets a decent amount of time to allow both men to get their shit in and impress everybody, especially Morrison who showcases his athleticism and parkour influences. However, he just falls short, after Barrett ducks an attempted Corkscrew Crossbody off of the top rope from Morrison, who crashes and burns on the hard canvs. Wade then takes advantage and is quick to pick JoMo up for the Wasteland, and nail it for the three count.
Winner: Wade Barrett via Pinfall : 10:59


We then fade to a video package featuring John Cena. It covers his feud with The Nexus over the past past six months, culminating in the beatdown he suffered at the hands of the group, including the newly appointed member, CM Punk. It then fades to a gym, where Cena is working extremely hard. Quickfire shots are shown of him doing many different exercises, from deadlifts and squats to running in the mountain. We also see clips of Cena sparring with training partners, mixed in with him watching previous Royal Rumble matches to prepare even more. The final shot is an extreme close up of Cena, who says that at The Royal Rumble... He guarantees that not only will he make sure that none of the member of The Nexus win the match, but he will win the match himself and once again, headline Wrestlemania and win the World title.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

When we return from the final commercial break of the broadcast, the camera is in the locker room of the Nexus, where CM Punk is standing in the forefront. Punk says that the video package was just saw was very cute, but no amount of weight lifting and mountain training can defeat craftiness, cunning and superior intelligence - All of which Punk has, on top of outstanding wrestling skills to boot. Punk says that tonight is a perfect example of why John Cena can simply not defeat the Nexus, with Slater and Gabriel winning their match, and Barrett just winning his match. To close the segment, Punk then blows a kiss to the camera, and tells John Cena that he'll see him at The Rumble. The Chicagoan then pushes the camera and cameraman out of the room, before slamming the door, before we cut to ringside for our final match.

Match Four | Main Event | Randy Orton vs. Alex Riley
You want the definition of a glorified squash? Well you've got it with this match. A-Ry has been thrown in to the lion's den for this one, and the lion is enjoying every single moment of it. Orton is relentless in his attack and even though he could have won the match within the first two minutes, he continues to put a beatdown on the WWE Champion's protoge, just to prove a point it seems. The Viper beats the piss out of Riley inside of the ring and on the outside, slamming the youngster in to the barricade, the ring apron, the steel turnbuckle, the announcers booth and the steel steps. The ending comes when Orton slams Riley's head in to the mat with the rope-assisted DDT, followed by a emphatic RKO for a very convincing victory for the #1 contender.
Winner: Randy Orton via Pinfall @ 6:02


Following the match, Orton mounts the second rope and does his usual Legend Killer pose... UNTIL THE MIZ SMASHES HIM AROUND THE BACK WITH A STEEL CHAIR! THE WWE CHAMPION AMBUSHES THE VIPER WITH BRUTAL STEEL CHAIR SHOTS, BEFORE TARGETING THE LEFT ANKLE OF ORTON! The Awesome One continues to crash the unforgiving steel chair on the ankle of Randy, who is yelping in pain. After half a dozen of relentless shots, The Miz drills Orton in the forehead with the chair, seemingly knocking him out. The Champion then flattens the chair out and sticks Orton's left ankle through the chair... BEFORE CLIMBING TO THE TOP ROPE AND DOUBLE FOOT STOMPING THE CHAIR, ENCASING ORTON'S ANKLE! ORTON'S ANKLE HAS TO BE BROKEN! HOW WILL HE COMPETE AT THE ROYAL RUMBLE?!

END


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THE ROYAL RUMBLE
January 30th, 2011
TD Garden | Boston Massachussets

30 Man Royal Rumble Match

Beth Phoenix vs. CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. John Morrison vs. Kaval vs. Kofi Kingston vs. R-Truth vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Tyson Kidd vs. Wade Barrett vs. William Regal 18 Other Superstars


WWE Divas Championship
Natalya (C) vs. Melina


World Heavyweight Championship
Edge (C) vs. Cody Rhodes


WWE Tag Team Championships
Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov (C) vs. Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater ( N )


WWE Championship
The Miz (C) vs. Randy Orton

CREDIT TO JAM FOR THE MATCH GRAPHICS
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Starting the show with Orton was a good choice ahead of the match with Miz. I hope that you make this feud seem a lot different to what it was irl because these two faced off at the Rumble and I remember it to be a pretty bland build up and feud so I hope that something happens to really bring this feud to the next level. I think this rivalry needs another layer other than Miz beat Orton for the title after cashing in MITB so Orton is pissed off. When Miz came out it started to get a bit better as Miz started to talk about what Orton used to be like; this is getting the emotions tied into it and making Orton believe that he has to revert back to his former persona which makes for better reading for us as readers. Miz ducking out of the challenge only to drop Riley into it was pretty funny This has a lot of potential to be so much better than it actually was so I hope that you make it so. Make me invested in this feud. Solid start to the show but nothing too special

I was a fan of the Slater and Gabriel team (mainly Gabriel of course ) but seeing these two challenging for the titles is good and should make for an entertaining match. This was a good bout with The Usos and having Slabriel win was the obvious choice to build some momentum and put on a clinic in front of the champions. I liked the attack on Koztino after the match to show off the aggressive side of both Slater and Gabriel. I'm pulling for them at the Rumble

I enjoyed this segment with the Harts as I'm enjoying this push for Kidd which he really should have gotten properly around this time. The alliance with Andrews is proving to be good so far which is good. Natalya showing how gutsy she is really goes in with her personality and the lack of fear at attacking both Kidd and Andrews. DH Smith coming down to make the save was predictable after what happened but the right move for sure. I hope to see Kidd and Smith be given a decent amount of time soon to have a match because I'm sure you'd do a great job of it. I liked Melina's part here and thought it was crucial considered that the Divas Title was kind of playing second fiddle to the whole Hart storyline. Nice segment here.

This Nexus segment really sparked my interest because it seems that Punk is being more of a team player with Barrett more in it for himself. This will obviously become more apparent and I can't when until when it does.

Glad Regal was able to get some decent offence in against Miz as it does make him look good for hanging in there with the WWE Champion. Plus Miz gets a win over a veteran that makes him look strong as a champion. At first I was skeptical about Miz not getting the clean victory but the post-match announcement from the GM cleared up any worries I had. Now I'm a little more interested in the WWE Championship Match because it is a proving moment for The Miz and will give him that proper win to validate his title reign because he didn't actually have a convincing defence against a proper opponent in his entire run if I remember right (I won't count Morrison) I'm also interested in what Miz's reaction to this announcement will be heading towards the Rumble. Also nice job putting Regal in the Rumble match.

Seems like a good match between Morrison and Barrett which would have been a really enjoyable TV match, shame that this is in recap form Barrett getting the victory to build momentum for Nexus was the right move; they need to still look like a threat to the rest of the roster.

Interesting stuff with Cena here makes the Rumble look like a big deal.

Brilliant stuff from Punk there <3

Easy and routine win for Orton here, Riley would have never in a million years caused any major problems for him, especially since Miz wasn't even around. This was always going to be about the aftermath obviously and I liked the vicious side to Miz here. This really does add a lot more to the feud now but it could come back to bite Miz in the arse. Although the only thing I'm not sure about is why Miz went for the ankle... because Orton having an injured ankle doesn't really do much to help Miz take advantage of it because Miz doesn't have a move that affects the ankle unless you plan on giving him the Ankle Lock (would be pretty cool btw). Much like on Smackdown with Edge and Rhodes, you've done a good job in adding a lot to this feud over one show which is a crucial part. Good job.

A solid episode here dude, I know that you are capable of a lot more but that isn't to say that there was any major issues with this show. It could just be the recap format that makes it seem like there is less detail in there. But the Miz/Orton feud advanced well heading towards the Rumble and Nexus looked very strong in this show. A good job and it is good to see you making this thread your own more and more with every show. Well done brah
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