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Chapter One: A New Revolution Dawns on the WWE

This story begins just as the calendar turns. 2004 was a year to remember, and a year to forge for World Wrestling Entertainment. The mega-spectacle that was WrestleMania XX was stellar in some areas, but lacked in others. Brock Lesnar-versus-Goldberg was, at best, an epic disaster. The Tag Team Championships matches were good, but both seemed somewhat unoriginal, being that they were the same type of match. Aside from that, with solid matches like Christian-Jericho and Cena-Show, and epic encounters like Guerrero-Angle and the first ever Triple Threat main event in WrestleMania history, there was a lot to be happy about. However, with Randy Orton’s short-term title reign, the disingenuous shifting away from the tag team division, there was still a lot left to be desired. That though, is what we’re here for. To rewrite history a little bit. Our saga begins at New Year’s Revolution in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The event here went just as planned… except for one major, major change at its culmination.



WWE New Year’s Revolution
January 9, 2005
Coliseo de Puerto Rico; San Juan, Puerto Rico

WWE World Tag Team Championships Match:
Eugene & William Regal def. Christian & Tyson Tomko to retain the World Tag Team Championships at 12:22

WWE Women’s Championship Match:
Trish Stratus def. Lita to win the WWE Women’s Championship at 3:46. During the match, Lita suffered a torn ACL after hitting a Lou Thesz press off the ring apron.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
Shelton Benjamin def. Maven to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship at 6:08.

Singles Match:
Muhammad Hassan def. Jerry “The King” Lawler at 10:51.

Grudge Match:
Kane def. Snitsky at 11:38

World Heavyweight Championship; Elimination Chamber Match:
Randy Orton def. Edge, Batista, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, and Triple H to win the World Heavyweight Championship at 34:55. Shawn Michaels was the Special Guest Referee.

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WWE Royal Rumble
January 30, 2005
Save Mart Center; Fresno, California

Grudge Match:
Edge def. Shawn Michaels at 18:32.

This match was a long time coming, and after months of waiting, and tireless run-ins, with the breaking point being Shawn Michaels costing Edge the World Heavyweight Championship in the Elimination Chamber, this match was made as the opener for the eighteenth annual Royal Rumble. During the match, Shawn Michaels fell awkwardly after hitting a Moonsault off of the second rope onto Edge, who was outside the ring. Michaels would be able to continue, but never looked to be the same. Edge capitalized, and would later drill HBK with the Edgecution, and pick up the victory. Later on in the show, it was found out that Shawn Michaels completely tore his ACL, MCL, and PCL, a devastating injury, which would rule him out for the next 10-12 months.

Casket Match:
The Undertaker def. Heidenreich at 13:20.

WWE Championship Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield def. Kurt Angle to retain the WWE Championship at 14:04.

In this realm, the triple threat saga was built up, but on the Jan. 6 edition of Smackdown! from Uncasville, Connecticut, Teddy Long made a No. 1 Contender’s Match, and Kurt Angle was able to best Big Show in a No. 1 Contender’s Match. The following week, Kurt Angle took on Orlando Jordan, and after looking strong for most of the matchup, the rest of The Cabinet appeared, and attacked Angle. The next week, when Smackdown! was held in Montreal, Angle was set up to take on The Basham Brothers, and again he looked pretty strong. The Basham’s though, looked like no slouches, as they came close to pinning the former multi-time WWE Champ.

But a furious comeback by the Olympian looked like he was going to cement his status. However, once again, The Cabinet made its appearance, and the numbers game was still in JBL’s favor. Because of this, Teddy Long made it so that there would be NO outside interference at the WWE Championship Match on behalf of JBL’s Cabinet. The match itself was very solid, with JBL being on the ropes often, not looking like he was going to have his historic title reign ended. However, the WWE Champion proved why he could beat just about everybody, as he countered out of an Angle Slam and shoved Kurt away. He would turn around, and JBL lit him up with the Clothesline From Hell (!!!!) and retained his title, proving he could beat the best without outside interference.

World Heavyweight Championship; Triple Threat Match:
Randy Orton def. Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho to retain the World Heavyweight Championship at 19:28.

Unlike reality, in this saga, Randy Orton of course, as seen above, won the World Heavyweight Championship in the Elimination Chamber; last eliminating Evolution’s Batista. Chris Benoit, his near yearlong rival, ousted triple H of course, and following NYR, Eric Bischoff decided to spice things up. He announced on the Raw following New Year’s Revolution, live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, that there would be a Triple Threat Match at the Royal Rumble for the World Heavyweight Championship. To determine Randy Orton’s opponents, there would be two matches; one pitting Triple H against Chris Benoit, and the other pitting Chris Jericho against Batista. When it looked apparent that we might have an Evolution (and former member of Evolution) collides Triple Threat Match, the tables were turned.

In the first contest, Triple H would come down to the ring, sledgehammer in tow, and tossed it into the ring. Batista would grab it, and Triple H got onto the apron, and after an instruction, Batista would turn around when Y2J suddenly dropkicked Batista who barreled right into The Game!!! The sledgehammer flew, and Jericho then locked in the Walls of Jericho, forcing The Animal into submission!! Later that night, Batista came in during Benoit-HHH, while the referee was down and went to spear Benoit, but missed and instead destroyed Triple H!!! Benoit would hit the Swandive Headbutt, and picked up the victory!

So while that subplot was going on, Orton now was faced up with the challenge of facing not just one of the best pure wrestlers in the industry, but two of the best pure wrestlers in the industry. He wasn’t taking it lightly, and challenged both men to individual matches. One the next week in Toronto, which belonged to Chris Jericho, and one the following week in Oklahoma City, which was Chris Benoit’s. Orton knew he had to prove he could match up well with these two, so he set himself twenty minute time limits to prove that he could not only hang with each man, but he could get the job done and beat them. In Toronto, behind a hostile crowd, Chris Jericho gave Randy Orton just about all that he could handle. As time winded down, Jericho synched in the Lion Tamer, as Orton pled for dear life, as time continued to dwindle down… and down… and down… before time expired!!! Orton never wound up tapping out, and Jericho, winded, collapsed, and could not believe what he had gone through, and he still could not get it done.

The following week was more or less the same. Chris Benoit and Randy Orton, the two men who met back at Summerslam last year, dueled in a brilliant television match. Unlike his last encounter though, Randy Orton was the man who had the finish seemingly wrapped up but in a way that you would not expect. The Rabid Wolverine and The Legend Killer, seemingly in the EXACT same finish, met in the center of the ring when Orton delivered what was thought to be the death knell -- AN RKO!! However, instead of going for the cover, Orton decided to reach into his bag of tricks, and applied the CRIPPLER CROSSFACE!!!! The crowd, and announcers, wowed at this, as Randy had it perfectly locked in, and wrenched back as much as humanly possible. The esteemed veteran that he was though, The Crippler fought on… and on… and on… before rolling out o the predicament, and just as Orton went to score the pin… time expired!!! Orton slammed down his fists in frustration, but the crowd in the Sooner State knew he had won them over, and as Y2J, who was on commentary, looked on at Randy, he knew too that he had what it took.

The match at the Rumble was an instant classic, as each man, boasting lofty résumés and each with their own lofty aspirations, gave it their all for nearly 20 minutes. After a series of near falls and tap outs, it was The Legend Killer who would come out on top. Chris Benoit had the Sharpshooter locked in on Chris Jericho, in the middle of the ring, and The Rabid Wolverine was extremely close to tapping out. TLK, however, wanted nothing of it, as he desperately crawled his way into the ring, and, on all fours, he leaped up and delivered a STUNNING RKO to The Crippler!!!!!!!! Orton then draped his arm over Chris’ chest, and got the 1… 2… 3 (!!!!) to cement his status amongst the best of the best, and proving that he won’t be a one-hit wonder this time around.

30-Man Royal Rumble Match;
Winner Gets a WWE OR World Heavyweight Championship Shot at WrestleMania 21:
Rob Van Dam (#27) won the Royal Rumble Match, earning himself a WWE Championship shot at WrestleMania 21, last eliminating Shelton Benjamin at 51:24.

In one of the most anticipated, and one of the greatest Royal Rumble matches of all time, it was the Whole F’N Show who took dead aim at center stage, and outlasted a furious onslaught from some of the best in the business, and guaranteed himself a one-on-one opportunity for the WWE Championship. Van Dam took out Benjamin, along with Jonathan Coachman, Rene Dupree, Paul London and Christian.

The match kicked off in grand style with Eddie Guerrero and Intercontinental Champion Shelton Benjamin, drawing one and two respectively, and the two went at it for several minutes and survived through some of the early combatants. This would truly be a launching pad for Mr. Benjamin, as while Eddie lasted an impressive 23 minutes in the match, he would last the entire damn thing, eliminating the likes of Big Show, Rhyno, Mark Jindrak, and “The Phenom” himself, The Undertaker. His four individual eliminations were the second-most in the match heading into the Final Four.

Who had perhaps the most impressive performance of the night? Despite losing, Edge, who pulled double-duty on the evening, and after coming in at #11, had an incredible Rumble match. He ousted Eugene, Kenzo Suzuki, Simon Dean, Chavo Guerrero, Ric Flair, and Batista, for five eliminations on the evening. For his efforts, Edge made it to the much-celebrated “Final Four” along with Benjamin, and RVD.

Who was the fourth man? That would be none other than “The Doctor of Thuganomics” and WWE United States Champion John Cena. The hottest, and fastest rising star in the business came into the match at the #28 spot, and made his presence felt. He dispersed four competitors, in rival Carlito Caribbean Cool, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Kane, who he impressively F-U’ed out of the ring. Following THAT moment, Cena turned around and looked on at Rob Van Dam, Edge, and Shelton Benjamin, the four men who were now vying for the opportunity at immortality.

The Smackdown! studs took on the Raw ‘rasslers, pairing off, as Edge and John Cena did battle in one corner, while RVD and Benjamin duked it out in the other. Each tried to prop each other over in the corners, but to no avail, all the attempts proved to be futile. Edge then decided to take matters into his own hands, and after stunning Cena with a blow to the ribs, he turned around and broke Shelton Benjamin in half with a SPEAR!! Edge then grabbed Rob Van Dam and whipped him across the ring to the ropes, and as he rebounded off.. he was hit with a rib-crushing SPEAR!!!! Having spent seven years in the business, it almost became apparent that this might very well be Edge’s time. He already took out Shawn Michaels earlier in the night, and now, he was in position to make history and be in the main event of WrestleMania, something he had long dreamed about doing ever since WrestleMania VI, when he was in the crowd for Hogan-Warrior…

Edge then looked over at Cena, still trying to collect himself in the corner, and he stomped his way over there. With the eyes on the prize, he teed off on Cena, with right hand, after right hand, after right hand … … … before he swung away at the ropes. The Doctor of Thuganomics rebounded right off, but he saw the SPEAR (~!!!) coming and he LEAPED over Edge, clearing him completely, showing off his athleticism. Edge then stopped on a dime, and turned around, before being met with a HARD clothesline… sending Edge… OVER THE TOP ROPE… AND TO THE FLOOR!!!

He couldn’t believe it, but the dream was over. Edge was eliminated, and now we were down to three. Cena, getting an absolutely thunderous pop from the crowd, looked on at Edge with wide eyes, knowing full well of what he did. Unfortunately, SOMEONE was biding his time with Cena’s back turned, and with Edge jawinig off at Cena in frustration, the fact of the matter was, “The Doctor of Thuganomics” didn’t – stand – a – damn – chance. Finally, the referees began to direct Edge away from the ringside area, and the U.S. Champion was, while still getting tremendous chants in his favor, just ready to focus back on the match… … … WHAMMMMM!!!!! SHELTON BENJAMIN SUPERKICKS JOHN CENA IN THE JAW… SENDING CENA BARRELING INTO THE ROPES, AND OVER THEM AND TO THE RINGSIDE MAT BELOW!!

And then. Then there were two. Rob Van Dam. Shelton Benjamin. Then there was one. One goal. One opportunity to main event WrestleMania 21. And after 5 minutes spent toiling against each other, there was only one man left standing. As Shelton ascended to the top rope, looking to take down Van Dam to neutralize him, The Whole F’N Show dug deep, and wound up and ROUNDHOUSE KICKED BENJAMIN IN THE SKULL… CAUSING HIM TO LOSE HIS BALANCE, AND TOPPLE TO THE MAT BELOW, LEAVING ROB VAN DAM WITH ALL OF THE GLORY!!!





Chapter 2: No Way Out for the WWE Champion… and the Road to WrestleMania evolves on Monday Night Raw… Coming Soon
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I can see how some people might not like this format, but I personally am a fan of it, as it's convenient and easy to read. Just one question; will you end up writing out Raw and SmackDown once you are far enough away from the real-life, or are you going to just keep going in this format? No complaints with either, though
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So, so glad to see this is up after you advertised it a few months back. I like the introduction and going forward, I hope to see you eventually begin to write out Raw & Smackdown separately, even if it's just in recap form. You're certainly capable of becoming a mainstay here in BTB if you could keep the motivation up. Was saddened by the sudden drop of your last thread, the Monopolized Era V.2 as it had some monstrous potential however, this looks just as good and I'll sure to read as you update.
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I've gotta say, I've read some of your previous work, and I'm definitely a big fan. I know you can make this thread work, and you've certainly got a reader in me. Good luck!
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Thanks for all of the early love, guys. I can say for certain that we will have full shows here eventually. Just trying to set the scene and move as far away from reality as possible. This next part does just that. At the bottom, you'll find the card for WWE No Way Out, and there will be a predictions contest as well with some questions. Fill them out at your own discretion. No Way Out, in recap form, will be posted on Saturday or Sunday, pending when I get things done. Being on break from college helps my cause.

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Chapter 2: No Way Out for the WWE Champion… and the Road to WrestleMania evolves on Monday Night Raw


The Road to WrestleMania Evolves on Monday Night Raw:

Everybody’s Gunning for Number One…

~ Randy Orton, who just five months ago, had the rug swept under him after holding the World Heavyweight Championship for 27 days, conquered not only the Elimination Chamber, but bested both Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho in a Triple Threat Match in just the span of 21 days. A bruised, battered, broken down but boisterous World Heavyweight Champion triumphantly walked into the ring on the Raw following the Royal Rumble and celebrated his title defense.

~ Soon thereafter, after an eight-man tag team match, pitting Triple H, Batista, Christian and Edge against Kane, the Intercontinental Champion Shelton Benjamin, Chris Benoit, and Chris Jericho, G.M. Eric Bischoff came out to the ring to make an announcement…

“You see, all eight of you, you had better get to know each other really well. And all eight of you better have the same goals and intentions in mind, because starting next week, when Monday Night Raw is in Saitama, Japan… there’s going to be the beginning of an Eight-Man “Road to WrestleMania” Tournament… and the winner of the tournament, will be the Number One Contender to the World Heavyweight Championship, and will take on Randy Orton at WrestleMania 21!”

~ The brackets were then posted on WWE.COM, and they looked a little like this…

Triple H/Chris Benoit
Edge/Christian
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Shelton Benjamin/Chris Jericho
Batista/Kane

~ With all eyes watching in Saitama, Japan, the fans were treated to all FOUR quarterfinals matches in the tournament, with an aplomb World Heavyweight Champion watching from his locker room. Batista defeated Kane after hitting not just one, but TWO Batista Bombs. The Animal would find out that he would be facing Shelton Benjamin after he took care of business against Chris Jericho in an incredible made-for-television contest. On the other side of the bracket, in a brother-versus-brother showdown, it was Edge who bested his brother (yet again) and continued his absurd hot streak, pinning Christian after hitting a top-rope Edgecution. And, in the main event, one of Triple H’s biggest rivals, Chris Benoit, stood in the way of him becoming the No.1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship. After a tenuous struggle, HHH FINALLY conquered Chris Benoit, blasting him with the Pedigree, the third of the match, as The Game advanced to the Semifinals.

~ The following week, the U.S. Bank Arena played host to the Semifinals of the RTWM Tournament, and what a Semifinals it was. Shelton Benjamin battled with Batista, and at some points, it almost looked like the former Golden Gopher was going to pull off one heck of an upset. However, it just wasn’t to be for the Intercontinental Champion. After attempting a T-Bone Suplex, The Animal powered out of it and then leveled Shelton with a clothesline. Afterwards, he shoved him between his legs, and then hit a punishing Batista Bomb, and Batista advanced to the Road to WrestleMania Tournament Final!!!

~ Then, later on in the evening, it was Triple H squaring off with Edge. Earlier, Hunter and Edge had a backstage confrontation, where Edge, who is still riding on a ridiculous streak of victories, assured Triple H that he was going to be the one who would win the match, and beat Batista, and go to WrestleMania 21. Unfortunately, that wasn’t how things went. Both Edge and The Game each had their fair share of chances, but neither could capitalize. Towards the end of the match, following a brief encounter earlier in the evening where Edge promised him a championship match should he win it all at WrestleMania, Christian fled down to the ring, seemingly in the defense of his brother. However, wielding a steel chair, Captain Charisma looked on… raised the steel chair up… AND CLOBBERED TRIPLE H EDGE!!!! The crowd roared as Christian tossed away the chair and walked out of the ring, looking on at his brother and watched as Hunter crawled over and made the cover… AND TRIPLE H ADVANCED TO THE ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA FINAL!!!

~ So now, it appeared, no matter the circumstance, Evolution in the past, and the present was going to collide not only on the 21st of February at the Bryce Jordan Center on the campus of Penn State University, but also on the 3rd of April at the STAPLES Center at WrestleMania 21. This saga has taken so many turns since the birth of the faction in early 2003, and it looks like the next turn will be historic…

Shelton Gets ‘Coached’ Up:

~ The Intercontinental Champion, Shelton Benjamin, has had a torrid stretch since winning the title in early October from Chris Jericho. He’s gone through every challenger with almost relative ease, and after a tremendous performance at the Royal Rumble, going down to the final second, he looked to propel himself to the top. Unfortunately, as it would turn out, in Cincinnati he’d suffer a defeat to “The Animal” Batista in the RTWM Semifinal.

~ Later on that evening, Shelton was packing his things up to leave. His body language showed an absurd amount of distraught and self-anger, and when Jonathan Coachman stepped into the office, Benjamin didn’t exactly take kindly to it. He asked Coach just what the hell he was doing, and Coach told him to settle down, and talked him up a bit. Brownnosing maybe, but The Coach told Benjamin that he saw so much potential, and knew he had a lot of talent, and persuaded to him to listen to a “business proposal.”

~ Shelton, after a few moments of thinking, and some more interjection from Coach, told him he’d consider if he knew what the plan was. Coach said that it all started with “this,” which was a ticket to WWE No Way Out, which is going to be held Sunday at the Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Shelton took the ticket and nodded, still a bit reluctant, and then left with The Coach…

Other News and Notes:
~ La Resistance defeated William Regal & Eugene on February 7 in Saitama, Japan to win the World Tag Team Championships in a 10-minute contest after Grenier and Conway hit the Au Revoir on Eugene.
~ Trish Stratus rolled through a few ladies that were nothing more than jobbers and it seemed, by her comments over the weeks, that she was looking for more of a challenge by the women in the locker room that she had seemingly already gone through at least once.
~ During this time period, some vignettes aired for a new wrestler that was set to make his debut “soon.” That wrestler went by the name of “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters, who from what we could tell from the vignettes, is extremely muscular and has “masterful” physique.


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No Way Out for the WWE Champion…





Official Preview for WWE No Way Out


WWE Championship; Steel Cage Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield © vs. Kurt Angle

Royal Rumble: The Royal Rumble, as we know, didn’t go as planned for neither man. JBL was expecting to walk into the Rumble match with The Cabinet in tow, but Theodore Long, Smackdown’s G.M. made sure that wasn’t going to happen. Meanwhile, the Olympic Hero was expecting to win the WWE Championship for the fifth time in his career. However, he couldn’t, as JBL hit the Clothesline From Hell after fourteen grueling minutes, and once again swiftly defended his championship.

SD! February 3rd: Theodore Long opened up the broadcast, and stated that he was proud of all of the wrestlers on the blue brand that had great performances, especially Rob Van Dam who of course won the Royal Rumble Match. He also said that he was especially happy in both Kurt Angle and John Bradshaw Layfield. This brought JBL out, and he would ask Long why he would be happy about somebody that lost. After a tirade from The Wrestling God, Kurt Angle surged out of the entranceway and flew ahead, causing the WWE Champion to flee. Long then, with Kurt in the ring, announced that later on in the evening, Angle would compete in a No. 1 Contender’s Match against… Big Show… the United States Champion, John Cena… and The Undertaker!!!

~ In said contest, all four men performed excellently, knowing the stakes at hand, and each person found themselves in different positions to win the contendership. However, as Undertaker looked like he was going to win the match, HEIDENREICH raced down the ring, smothered in dirt (from being in the casket, which was then placed six feet under, of course) and beat down The Undertaker with the referee incapacitated. He plucked him up from the ground and delivered a powerful clothesline, before going out of the ring. Kurt Angle, rising to his feet, saw this, and with Guerrero and Cena both trying to get to their feet, he quickly pounced, and hooked the legs of The Deadman, and became the Number One Contender!!! Later on, it would be found out that during the match, while attempting a Chokeslam on John Cena, Big Show was elbowed in the face, and then clotheslined out of the ring. While he fell to the ground, Big Show landed awkwardly, and as it turned out, his quadriceps muscle tore completely off the bone. Big Show’s injury was noted to put him on the shelf for 8-12 months.

SD! February 10th: Before the show airs, we’re in the locker room of JBL and we see him looking extremely confident. Why? We find out that Layfield has instructed Orlando Jordan, and The Basham Brothers to take on #1 Contender Kurt Angle in a Gauntlet Match. He’s so confident that, we find out, he’ll allow Kurt Angle to determine the stipulation for the title match at No Way Out, should he run the Gauntlet. Fearless, John doesn’t appear to have any doubt that Kurt WON’T win run the Gauntlet, and the show begins.

~ The main event sees Kurt Angle attempt to run the gauntlet. First up, the Chief of Staff gives Kurt Angle just about all that he can give. Four minutes later, however, Kurt puts him away after hitting an Angle Slam. Next, The Basham Brothers come down to the ring, and we see the WWE Champion come down the ramp as well. The Bashams give Kurt a lot of trouble, but, about six minutes later, after tossing Danny over the top rope, sending him down to the floor, he slaps the Ankle Lock on Doug!!! After about thirty seconds of struggle, Angle grapevines, and Doug taps out!!! Angle has ran the gauntlet!!!! Right?

~ Not so much. JBL gets on the mic and tells Kurt to quit celebrating. When he said that he had to run the gauntlet, he wasn’t talking about a Handicap-style Match for this portion. He has to beat BOTH Bashams, and we see from behind, as the referee is towards JBL, that Danny has the tag team title belt in his hands, and he BLASTS IT IN BETWEEN THE EYES OF THE OLYMPIAN!!! He tosses the title away and makes the cover, and Layfield screams on the mic for the referee to turn around and do his job. He does that, and he counts… … … but Angle gets the shoulder up!!! Layfield angrily rants and walks around the ringside area, as Danny lays a beating on Angle with a few furious rights. He picks him up and kicks him in the gut, and then runs off the ropes. Desperately, Kurt reaches out and grabs Danny on his return, and hits him with an overhead belly-to-back suplex!!!

~ Angle then digs deep and hits an Angle Slam (!!!) and goes for the cover, but JBL grabs the referee by his ankles and pulls him out of the ring, and delivers the Clothesline From Hell!!! The crowd boos, and Layfield goes into the ring and stomps all over the Olympic Hero. Suddenly though, Rey Mysterio, and the Royal Rumble Winner Rob Van Dam race down to the ring!!! Rey gets onto the apron, but ducks as JBL goes to throw a right hand. Meanwhile, Van Dam slithers into the ring and bides his time, and then after Layfield turns around, he delivers a spinning heel kick!!! Rey then runs off the apron and hits a hurricanrana on a now-revived Doug Basham!!! RVD then, after taking out JBL, grabs Danny Basham and monkey flips him onto his back. Van Dam looks around, and decides to then go out of the ring and attack JBL again, backing him up the ramp, while we see Kurt Angle getting back up to his feet.

~ After a few more moments of waiting, Angle hits the Angle Slam again on Danny Basham, and gets the three count victory. As we see JBL getting up to his feet after being knocked down by Rob Van Dam, Kurt gets on the mic… … and announces he wants the title match to be held inside A FIFTEEN-FOOT HIGH STEEL CAGE!!!

SD! February 17th: After sharing some backstage encounters before the match, JBL and Kurt Angle meet up in a six-man tag team main event, with Layfield teaming up with The Basham Brothers. Kurt, though, teams up with Royal Rumble Winner Rob Van Dam and Rey Mysterio, the team that will challenge The Basham Bros. at No Way Out on Sunday. In the contest, Kurt and JBL shy away from one another, before we get them in the middle of the ring towards the finish. They battle for several minutes, before Danny Basham tries to get involved. However, RVD sends him packing with a roundhouse kick to the face, and then Kurt Angle slaps the Ankle Lock on JBL!!! He wrenches away, before grapevining, and causes JBL to tap out!!!

“AND IF KURT ANGLE CAN STABILIZE JOHN BRADSHAW LAYFIELD LIKE THAT THIS SUNDAY, HE’LL BE ABLE TO ESCAPE THE CAGE, AND WIN THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP FOR THE FIFTH TIME IN HIS CAREER!! AND HE’LL HAVE THE CHANCE TO DO IT, IN HIS HOMETOWN OF PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA!!”


WWE United States Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena © vs. Booker T vs. Eddie Guerrero

SD! February 3rd: Following confrontations at the Royal Rumble, where Booker T actually eliminated Eddie Guerrero, the two men take on each other on this episode of Smackdown! Guerrero comes very, very close to besting Booker, and tries to pull his lying, cheating, and stealing efforts when he grabs the ring bell and tosses it to Booker and goes to lay down. However, Booker shoos it away and punches Eddie in the gut, and then grabs the ring bell and tosses it to Eddie, and falls down himself!!! The referee turns and sees this, and calls for the bell!! Booker T rolls out of the ring smirking a few seconds later, and laughs at Eddie, knowing full well that he outsmarted him. Later on in the show, as U.S. Champion John Cena is walking to the gorilla position, Booker stops him in his tracks, and tells him that despite the fact that Cena has the WWE Championship on his mind, he hasn’t forgotten about the U.S. Title, and that Cena shouldn’t either.

SD! February 10th: It comes to the attention of Theodore Long and the WWE Board of Directors that Booker T put in a petition to become the No. 1 Contender for the WWE United States Championship. So, Long calls Booker into his office, and feeling confident, Booker believes that he is probably going to be granted his shot. So, he asks, and Long tells him that he has been informed by the B.O.D. that someone else put in a petition as well. That person? Eddie Guerrero. Booker’s eyes widen and he feels incredibly wronged, and Long tells him that the only fair way to go about things, is to make a Triple Threat Match for the WWE United States Championship at No Way Out, and that’s what he has done. Booker competes later on against Nunzio, and wins, but after the match, Eddie Guerrero comes out and attacks Booker, getting him back for last week.

SD! February 17th: The U.S. Champion John Cena takes on Eddie Guerrero in an extremely solid television contest, a “No Way Out Preview” match as dubbed by Theodore Long. Cena, near the finish, props Eddie up on his shoulders, but Eddie grabs onto the ropes to prevent being hit with the F-U. He does so for a short while, before grabbing Cena with his feet by the neck, and he takes him down with a headscissors!! We then see Booker T saunter down the ramp, and he grabs Eddie’s attention, and gets up onto the apron. Eddie takes a swing but Booker gets off the apron just before he can strike him. Eddie then turns around, and walks right into a F-U from Cena!!! Cena gets the cover, and makes the pin fall, as Booker widely smiles. With The Doctor of Thuganomics’ back turned, Booker T gets in the ring and tries to surprise Cena and he does!! Booker hits a few strikes to his back, weakening the already weak U.S. Champ, and then looks to hit the Scissors Kick, but John Cena ducks it at the last second!! Staggering, Booker turns around, and Cena props him up on his shoulders!!! Selling his tiredness, The Franchise takes a few moments to gather strength, before planting him with the F-U as well!! Cena raises up his custom U.S. Title in the air as he walks away, still selling his beating from Eddie, and waves his hand in front of his face.


WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
The Basham Brothers © vs. Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam

Aside from the matchmaking process, which was Theodore Long announcing the match on WWE.COM following the 2/10 edition of SmackDown!, this story was essentially told through the Kurt Angle-JBL saga.


WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Open Invitational Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero challenges ANY cruiserweight in the world to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship

SD! February 3rd: Chavo Guerrero takes on Funaki with the Cruiserweight Championship on the line. The two put on a very, very solid cruiserweight contest, with both being able to go without serious restrictions. The match goes until the eight-minute and twenty-three second mark, when we see Funaki go for a top-rope hurricanrana. Chavo however holds onto him, and climbs down off the second rope, and then hits the Gory Bomb!!! Chavo makes the cover, the referee counts to three, and we have a NEW Cruiserweight Champion of the World!!!

SD! February 10th: Chavo, giving himself the night off, comes on-screen during the broadcast via satellite from his home in El Paso, Texas. He says that he is extremely proud of himself for becoming the Cruiserweight Champion for the fifth time in his career. That five times, he says, dating back to the Cruiserweight Championship’s early history in WCW, is third all time. He says that, even though he doesn’t think he will, he only needs four more reigns as Cruiserweight Champion to have the most reigns of all time. He continues on, noting the great cruiserweights he has beaten over time, and announces that he wants to challenge ANY cruiserweight in the entire world to a match at No Way Out, with the Cruiserweight Championship on the line. He says that he is sick and tired of facing the guys on Smackdown, so he wants to open things up, and he got the WWE Board of Directors’ approval.

SD! February 17th: As a part of the “No Way Out” preview show from Theodore Long, Chavo Guerrero was instructed to take part in a tune up match of sorts, against Shannon Moore. Moore put up a pretty good fight against the Cruiserweight Champion, proving his own worth and making Chavo look pretty good in the process. In the end, it was Guerrero who came out on top, as he would hit a Gory Bomb on Moore, and then ascended to the top rope, and planted him with a Frog Splash, reminiscent of his uncle, and picked up the 1-2-3 for the victory. Chavo got his Cruiserweight Title belt afterwards and hoisted it up, and into the camera, shouted, “TO ALL OF THE CRUISERWEIGHTS IN THE WORLD… THIS IS WHAT YOU’RE DEALING WITH, AND THIS RIGHT HERE IS WHAT YOU AREN’T GOING TO GET!!!”


The Final Encounter:
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich

Royal Rumble: The Undertaker defeated Heidenreich in a Casket Match.

SD! February 3rd: In the No. 1 Contender’s Fatal Four-Way Match, all four men performed excellently, knowing the stakes at hand, and each person found themselves in different positions to win the contendership. However, as Undertaker looked like he was going to win the match, HEIDENREICH raced down the ring, smothered in dirt (from being in the casket, which was then placed six feet under, of course) and beat down The Undertaker with the referee incapacitated. He plucked him up from the ground and delivered a powerful clothesline, before going out of the ring. Kurt Angle, rising to his feet, saw this, and with Guerrero and Cena both trying to get to their feet, he quickly pounced, and hooked the legs of The Deadman, and became the Number One Contender!!!

SD! February 10th: From a graveyard in a pre-recorded promo, Heidenreich delivers a disturbing, gruesome promo about how he was placed in the casket, and then the casket was placed six feet under. He talked about how he “felt he was dead,” with the worms and the maggots crawling on his skin, but he was given a second chance by a higher power, and the higher power told him that he had to fulfill his own destiny. So that’s why last week he came down to the ring and attacked The Undertaker, and thwarted his chances of becoming the WWE Champion again. Heidenreich offered a challenge to The Undertaker, to one more match, one more encounter, and if Heidenreich were to lose, the WWE would never, ever see him again. He wanted an answer by next Thursday, or he said he would drastic measures would be taken…

SD! February 17th: Heidenreich was scheduled for a match against a local talent, but as he was making his way to the ring, Heidenreich swooped down the ramp and brutally attacked him. After about thirty seconds of nonsensical beating, he eventually would powerbomb him through the announce table!!! The crowd booed, as Heidenreich grabbed the microphone, and called out The Undertaker. After moments of waiting, The Undertaker would show up… ON THE TRON!!! Undertaker would go on about how he feels like he didn’t finish the job at the Royal Rumble, and went on to accept the deranged Heidenreich’s challenge. After saying that Heidenreich would rest in peace, Heidenreich shouted at the screen. The lights then hit in the arena, and then came back on, and The Deadman was there!!! These two would brawl in the ring, and then outside of it as well. The Undertaker looked to Chokeslam him on floor, but Heidenreich would kick him in the groin! With him stunned, Heidenreich then backed away, before hitting him with a football-like tackle into the barricade… BUSTING IT AND BREAKING IT DOWN!!!!


Singles Match:
Charlie Haas vs. Billy Kidman

Velocity February 5th: In an encounter on Velocity, Billy Kidman attacked Charlie Haas from behind when they were scheduled to have a match. Haas would try to valiantly fight back, but Kidman would fight back himself, and eventually drove him HARD into the wall a few times, before suplexing him onto a wooden crate. He then, as he was developing a ‘mean streak’ of sorts, would grab a rolling black chest, would wheel it over near Haas and run it straight into his gut!!! Haas collapsed, and Kidman laughed, before heading to the ring. He demanded that the match start, and got his wish. The referee then counted to ten, and he would get there, leaving Kidman as the “winner,” as the former multi-time Cruiserweight Champion began to celebrate.

SD! February 10th: A return match was scheduled for this week, and it went on as scheduled this time. Haas and Kidman put on a pretty solid contest, all things considered, and the finish arrived shortly after the seven-minute mark. Billy Kidman went for the Shooting Star Press, but Charlie Haas moved!!! Billy found the presence of mind and body to land on his feet, and Haas then scampered over and rolled him up … … … and got the three count victory!!!! Haas went to the outside, and celebrated the victory pretty loudly. Kidman, pretty pissed off at himself and Charlie, threw a tantrum in the ring, before heading up the ramp and attacking Haas. This time, though, Charlie was ready for it, and fought back, and eventually locked Kidman in the Haas of Pain!!! The crowd cheered, as referees and other backstage workers came out and tried to separate the two, and eventually they did. To the crowd’s delight, Haas backed away with his arms up in the air, getting the ever-allusive form of payback.

SD! February 17th: On this night, both Charlie Haas and Billy Kidman were instructed to get tag team partners to face each other. Haas would go on to select Hardcore Holly, while Kidman would go on to select Spike Dudley. These two teams met early on in the broadcast, and would put on a pretty decent, at max **3/4 tag team match on television, which all things considered, is pretty damn good. Kidman would find the edge, tripping up Haas on the apron, before hitting the BK Bomb!!! As Spike Dudley was scratching and clawing on Holly, Kidman would get the pin fall, and roll into No Way Out with some much-needed momentum!!

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FINAL CARD for WWE No Way Out
Date: February 20th, 2005
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Mellon Arena
Event Music: Fozzy; Enemy

WWE Championship; Steel Cage Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield © vs. Kurt Angle

Rob Van Dam Makes His WrestleMania Title Decision:
Will Rob Van Dam fight for JBL’s WWE Championship, or will he jump to Raw, and fight for Randy Orton’s World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat Match with the Road to WrestleMania Tournament Winner?

WWE United States Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena © vs. Booker T vs. Eddie Guerrero

WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
The Basham Brothers © vs. Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam

WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Open Invitational Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero challenges ANY cruiserweight in the world to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship

The Final Encounter:
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich

Singles Match:
Charlie Haas vs. Billy Kidman

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Predictions Contest:

1. Predict the Match Order (1 Point for Every Correct Placement)
2. How many championships will change hands? (1 Point for Every Correct Title Change)
3. Who will be involved in the biggest spot of the night? If you have any idea, what will the spot be? (3 Points)
4. What will be the reason for Shelton Benjamin’s appearance at WWE No Way Out? (3 Points)
5. Who will be the opponent in Chavo Guerrero’s Cruiserweight Championship Open Invitational? (3 Points)

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FINAL CARD for WWE No Way Out
Date: February 20th, 2005
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Mellon Arena
Event Music: Fozzy; Enemy

7. WWE Championship; Steel Cage Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield © vs. Kurt Angle

3. Rob Van Dam Makes His WrestleMania Title Decision:
Will Rob Van Dam fight for JBL’s WWE Championship, or will he jump to Raw, and fight for Randy Orton’s World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat Match with the Road to WrestleMania Tournament Winner? JBL's WWE Championship

1. WWE United States Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena © vs. Booker T vs. Eddie Guerrero

4. WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
The Basham Brothers © vs. Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam

5. WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Open Invitational Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero challenges ANY cruiserweight in the world to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship: Bryan Danielson please!

6. The Final Encounter:
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich

2. Singles Match:
Charlie Haas vs. Billy Kidman

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Predictions Contest:

1. Predict the Match Order (1 Point for Every Correct Placement) Done.
2. How many championships will change hands? (1 Point for Every Correct Title Change) One.
3. Who will be involved in the biggest spot of the night? If you have any idea, what will the spot be? (3 Points) RVD & JBL; Van Dam with a Five-Star Frog Splash off the cage?
4. What will be the reason for Shelton Benjamin’s appearance at WWE No Way Out? (3 Points)Not really sure, but I think he will attack Coach.
5. Who will be the opponent in Chavo Guerrero’s Cruiserweight Championship Open Invitational? (3 Points) Bryan Danielson

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***

FINAL CARD for WWE No Way Out
Date: February 20th, 2005
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Mellon Arena
Event Music: Fozzy; Enemy

7. WWE Championship; Steel Cage Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield © vs. Kurt Angle

6. The Final Encounter:
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich

5. WWE United States Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena © vs. Booker T vs. Eddie Guerrero

4. Rob Van Dam Makes His WrestleMania Title Decision:
Will Rob Van Dam fight for JBL’s WWE Championship, or will he jump to Raw, and fight for Randy Orton’s World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat Match with the Road to WrestleMania Tournament Winner?

3. WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Open Invitational Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero challenges ANY cruiserweight in the world to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship

2. Singles Match:
Charlie Haas vs. Billy Kidman

1. WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
The Basham Brothers © vs. Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam

***

Predictions Contest:

1. Predict the Match Order Done
2. How many championships will change hands? 3
3. Who will be involved in the biggest spot of the night? If you have any idea, what will the spot be? Angle moonsault off the cage? Does that even count?
4. What will be the reason for Shelton Benjamin’s appearance at WWE No Way Out? Challenge/Screw John Cena
5. Who will be the opponent in Chavo Guerrero’s Cruiserweight Championship Open Invitational? Outta left field- Jushin Thunder Liger
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FINAL CARD for WWE No Way Out
Date: February 20th, 2005
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Mellon Arena
Event Music: Fozzy; Enemy

7. WWE Championship; Steel Cage Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield © vs. Kurt Angle

2. Rob Van Dam Makes His WrestleMania Title Decision:
Will Rob Van Dam fight for JBL’s WWE Championship, or will he jump to Raw, and fight for Randy Orton’s World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat Match with the Road to WrestleMania Tournament Winner?

4. WWE United States Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena © vs. Booker T vs. Eddie Guerrero

1. WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
The Basham Brothers © vs. Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam

5. WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Open Invitational Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero challenges ANY cruiserweight in the world to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship

6. The Final Encounter:
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich

3. Singles Match:
Charlie Haas vs. Billy Kidman

***

Predictions Contest:

1. Predict the Match Order Done.
2. How many championships will change hands? Zero.
3. Who will be involved in the biggest spot of the night? If you have any idea, what will the spot be? Angle Slam to JBL, off the top of the cage.
4. What will be the reason for Shelton Benjamin’s appearance at WWE No Way Out? Costing 'Taker the match against Heidenreich, setting up Benjamin/Taker at 'Mania.
5. Who will be the opponent in Chavo Guerrero’s Cruiserweight Championship Open Invitational? No clue haha. But if I have to hazard a guess.. Matt Hardy.
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I believe this is roughly the third time you've attempted this particular time period so it must be one of your favourites. I hope this goes well for you and my eyes are peeled. Good luck, KURTANGLEFAN123.
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7. WWE Championship; Steel Cage Match:
John Bradshaw Layfield © vs. Kurt Angle

2. Rob Van Dam Makes His WrestleMania Title Decision:
Will Rob Van Dam fight for JBL’s WWE Championship, or will he jump to Raw, and fight for Randy Orton’s World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat Match with the Road to WrestleMania Tournament Winner?

3. WWE United States Championship; Triple Threat Match:
John Cena © vs. Booker T vs. Eddie Guerrero

1. WWE Tag Team Championships Match:
The Basham Brothers © vs. Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam

5. WWE Cruiserweight Championship; Open Invitational Match:
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero challenges ANY cruiserweight in the world to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship

6. The Final Encounter:
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich

4. Singles Match:
Charlie Haas vs. Billy Kidman

***

Predictions Contest:

1. Predict the Match Order. Done.
2. How many championships will change hands? 2 (Tag Titles and Cruiserweight Title)
3. Who will be involved in the biggest spot of the night? If you have any idea, what will the spot be? Undertaker, and no idea what the spot will be.
4. What will be the reason for Shelton Benjamin’s appearance at WWE No Way Out? Challenges for the US Title
5. Who will be the opponent in Chavo Guerrero’s Cruiserweight Championship Open Invitational? Daniel Bryan
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