WeAreProWrestling, you can look him up on YouTube.
Oh, he's one of those guys on Youtube who sit in front of a camera and review shows? I'll pass then.
Rey Mysterio vs Sylvan - February 17th, 2006
I was initially shocked when I found myself enjoying this match, but then I realized it involved Rey Mysterio so I wasn't too surprised. Sylvan cuts a pre-match promo where he calls Mysterio UGLY~! Those are fightin' words for sure. Mysterio starts off the match by taking out his aggression on Sylvan by attacking him before he could enter the ring. They brawl for about a minute on the outside of the ring before the entered the ring and the match officially began. Mysterio continues his assault for about another minute or so before Sylvan gains the advantage. During his control segment, he kills Mysterio with a hard clothesline which I felt at home. The match ends abruptly with Mysterio landing behind Sylvan after Sylvan was attempting what looked to be a body slam, dropkicking Sylvan in the back, and then hit the 619. This was such a fun little match here that only went about five and a half minutes. I <3 Rey Mysterio and Smackdown~!
JBL and Finlay vs. Chris Benoit and Lashley - February 17th, 2006
Booker T was on commentary during this match and because of this, it was hard to concentrate on the match due to how obnoxious he is on commentary. With that said, this match was pretty good. Finlay and JBL basically try to break Benoit's hand early on in the match, which included JBL stomping on Benoit's hand on the steel steps about seven times while the referee's back was turned. Benoit would tag in Lashley, who would come in and get some shots in on both JBL and Finlay but he too would have his turn playing the face in peril. One hilarious moment took place during Lashley's FIP stint, as JBL kept trying to tag in Finlay but the referee wouldn't acknowledge the tag even though it was right in front of him for some reason which prompted Finlay to yell "What in the hell is the matter with you?" Lashley soon afterwards would make the tag to Benoit, who would come in and get his shots in and even had the match won before Booker T interfered, hit Benoit with a chair, and Benoit would then walk right into JBL's clothesline from hell to give the victory to JBL and Finlay. JBL and Finlay make an awesome team, by the way. Two stiff workers who love to just beat the shit out of their opponents.
The Undertaker and Kurt Angle vs. MNM and Mark Henry - February 17th, 2006
The story of this match was both Angle and Undertaker wanting to show off heading into their match at the No Way Out Pay Per View. The early portion of the match shows just that, as both Angle and Undertaker take turns trying to one-up each other before Mark Henry clothesline both of them out of the ring, which leads us to a commercial break. When we returned, Angle was playing the FIP and this turned into your standard handi-cap match. The finish came when Undertaker was about to chokeslam Mark Henry, but Angle tagged himself in on Taker's extended hand. He would then come in and quickly make Johnny Nitro tap out to the ankle lock. There was nothing extraordinarily good in this match but nothing bad either. It was just your basic TV main event.
I have No Way Out 2006 on tap next, which I'm going to start watching in a couple of minutes. I might just watch the Cruserweight match, JBL/Lashley, Orton/Mysterio, and Angle/Taker. I've heard below average things about Booker/Benoit on this show and the Hardy and Tatanka/MNM match doesn't sound too appealing.
EDIT- Most of those episodes were actually awful/below average outside of those few moments he mentioned. The YWC is just awful.