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WWE 2007: The Chaos Chapter

Back for one last crack. I’ve currently written a preview and VERY brief recap for Royal Rumble, No Way Out and WrestleMania.
I have also polished off the first Raw for this thread.
With me giving feedback, writing on future stuff for this thread and other commitments this will still probably move rather slowly.
Anyway, let’s get to it...


Oh and predictions are more than welcome!


***


WWE Royal Rumble 2007

Official Preview


Date: January 28th, 2007

Location: AT&T Centre; San Antonio, Texas

Theme: “Drones” by Rise Against


Winner gets a shot WWE/World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania;

30 Man Royal Rumble Match


Thirty men. One winner.


Everybody steps inside as equal and one by one twenty nine men will be thrown over the top rope, with both feet hitting the floor until only one superstar remains. This year’s Royal Rumble is sure to be a star studded affair. The questions in everybody’s minds remain unanswered; will a young up and comer like Kenny Dykstra, CM Punk or Montel Vontavious Porter win the Rumble? Will an established WWE Superstar like Randy Orton, Rob Van Dam or Shawn Michaels win the Rumble? Could it possibly be a returning star or a special guest who’s supposed to only be returning for one night? The questions remain but at the end of the night, despite all the variances, the questions will be answered.


Thirty men. One winner.


WWE Championship Match;

John Cena (c) vs. John Bradshaw Layfield


Leading into last year’s WrestleMania, the WWE Champion John Cena said that a true champion is measured by the how they stand up to the face of adversity. Twelve months down the track, and if this is indeed the case, Cena is a true champion. Whether it is a treacherous feud with Edge, an ‘extreme’ war, it didn’t matter. John Cena has defied all of the odds and with the dust settled he remains the WWE Champion.


His challenger JBL has had an indifferent year. At last year’s WrestleMania JBL defeated Chris Benoit to become the WWE United States Champion. Since then he has gone on to lose that title, and lose his passion for in ring competition, instead deciding to be a colour commentator on Smackdown.


It’s safe to say everybody was surprised when JBL appeared on the first Raw of the New Year and attacked John Cena with a steel chair. JBL’s admitted he’s had a downfall recent; however he blames Cena for this. JBL truly believes if it wasn’t for Cena ending JBL’s WWE Championship title reign at WrestleMania 21, things would be different.


The rugged yet rich Texan says that his life has been a living hell since the moment he lost the WWE title, and he plans on doing the same to Cena by taking the title back at the Royal Rumble. All the sneak attacks are finished, the time for talking is over, and tonight we will see just who’s life will be a living hell, and who will be the WWE Champion?


World Heavyweight Championship Match;

The Undertaker (c) vs. Matt Hardy


‘The Phenom’ of the WWE, The Undertaker has reigned supreme over Smackdown for the better part of four years, however now he has the World Heavyweight Title to prove it. The Undertaker was able to win the title on a special Christmas edition of Smackdown when Smackdown General Manager decided to give the fans the gift of voting on who Batista should defend the title against. A twenty minute classic and a Tombstone later, and The Undertaker was the champion.


Matt Hardy on the other hand has been invigorated over the past year, and is the perfect Cinderella story. A few years ago Matt Hardy lost his girlfriend, his brother and his job when he was vanquished from the WWE. Hardy has fought back the long way, returning to Raw in 2005 only to be dominated by the man who stole his girlfriend Lita, Edge.


Hardy wasn’t to be deterred and moved over to Smackdown where he continued to prove that he will not die. Hardy arguably had the feud of the summer with his old North Carolina running buddy Gregory Helms, and has continued to propel himself further up the card since.


When Teddy Long announced a Battle Royal in the spirit of the Royal Rumble to crown a new number one contender, guys like Batista, King Booker and Kane were considered the favourites. However Matt Hardy shocked the world, eliminating both Kane and Batista from the match to become the number one contender.


When the two participants in this match have stepped foot inside the ring, Hardy has seem overawed and The Undertaker has Chokeslammed him twice. However Hardy has put up a slightly better fight each time. Will ‘The Deadman’ continue his dominance over the severe underdog, or will Matt Hardy shock the world and find his glass slipper?


WWE Women’s Championship Match;

Melina (c) vs. Mickie James


Melina is the top diva on Raw and has the attitude to match. Mickie James is arguably the best women’s wrestler on Raw, and has been chasing a match with Melina for awhile now. The Women’s Champion forced Mickie to take on every diva on the Raw roster in the weeks leading up to the show to prove that she deserved a title shot.


Despite Melina’s interference in Mickie’s final hurdle against Maria, James was still able to pick up the victory in which case Melina had no choice but to sign the contract for the title match at the Royal Rumble.


World Tag Team Championship Match;

Cryme Tyme vs. Carlito and Kenny Dykstra


With Randy Orton moving over to Smackdown, Rated RKO was forced to relinquish the World Tag Team Titles, as much as Edge wanted to keep them for himself. What’s the best way to crown new champions when the titles are vacant? A tournament.


Over the past few weeks on Raw there has been some brilliant tag team wrestling on display, however two teams have stood out above the rest. The long time tag team of Cryme Tyme and the newly formed team of two of the most talented singles wrestlers in the WWE, Carlito and Kenny Dykstra.


Carlito and Kenny booked their spot in the tournament final a few weeks ago, where as Cryme Tyme had to defeat The Highlanders on last week’s edition of Raw. ‘Lito and Kenny sat on commentary for the match and some of the outrageously arrogant statements the two made were unbelievable. Once Cryme Tyme got the win, Carlito and Kenny were quick to lay a hurting on JTG and Shad, letting them know that they are in for a fight at the Royal Rumble.


***


Final Card for WWE Royal Rumble

January 28th, 2007

San Antonio, Texas


Winner gets a shot WWE/World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania;

30 Man Royal Rumble Match


WWE Championship Match;

John Cena (c) vs. John Bradshaw Layfield


World Heavyweight Championship Match;

The Undertaker (c) vs. Matt Hardy


WWE Women’s Championship Match;

Melina (c) vs. Mickie James


World Tag Team Championship Match;

Cryme Tyme vs. Carlito and Kenny Dykstra

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An interesting first post. Why have you made such changes to the real-life Royal Rumble? I guess this will be explained in your next post.

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Well ... this is different. When I saw Cena vs JBL, I instantly assumed you typed the wrong year in the thread title. This is an interesting concept, completely turning the company on it's head before starting the thread, though I'm not sure I'm too keen on you throwing away Taker vs Batista before starting the thread - though I guess that is a way of avoiding having to retread real life.

Given how you've changed certain things, is Triple H still out injured from New Years Revolution in this alternate time line? Or did that PPV even happen? Is ECW around? As for predictions, I have to go with JBL over Cena. There has to be reason you'd bring him straight out of retirement and thrust into a main event title match already. And while Matt Hardy getting a title shot is nice, I dont see him going over Taker on this show. Him being placed into a title match like this though probably signals big things in the offing.

HBK to win the Rumble. For absolutely no reason.

Is there any point in ending this post with the obligatory; "I hope this sticks?"
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Thanks for the comments, much appreciated guys.

TKOW: The answer to your question is I wanted a foundation to start the thread after ‘Mania that I was completely happy with. Also it allows me to begin storylines I will continue to book once the full shows begin.

Wolfy: All of your questions will be answered throughout the recaps. They won’t all necessary be answered with the Rumble, but they’ll be answered before the first full show.

***


WWE Royal Rumble 2007
(Recap)


Date: January 28th, 2007
Location: AT&T Centre; San Antonio, Texas
Theme: “Drones” by Rise Against


World Tag Team Championship Match;

Cryme Tyme vs. Carlito and Kenny Dykstra


Both teams throw all they have at this one, really putting over the fact that EVERYBODY in the match really wants to gain the PRESTIGIOUS World Tag Team Championships. Despite the fact that these two have gone through gruelling matches to advance to the final, they leave it all in the ring. As per most formulaic tag team matches, after being isolated for a long period of time, JTG is able to MAKE THE HOT TAG TO SHAD!


Shad comes in and down to town before all hell breaks loose and all four men end up in the ring at the same time. Eventually Carlito takes care of JTG on the outside of the ring, whilst Shad drops Kenny with an Inverted DDT on the inside. Before he can go in for the kill, Carlito comes from nowhere to land THE BACKCRACKER and drop Shad.


As the referee admonishes Carlito, Kenny recovers and heads to the top rope before COMING OFF WITH THE SKY HIGH LEG DROP AND HOOKING THE LEG...1...2...3!


WINNERS: Carlito and Kenny Dykstra @ 10:08!!! Carlito and Kenny Dykstra WIN the World Tag Team Championships!!!


...


WWE Women’s Championship Match;

Melina (c) vs. Mickie James


Melina had been avoiding Mickie for months and when Mickie finally got her hands on Melina, she beat her up. It started right from the opening when Melina was performing her usual ‘splits on the apron’ entrance, only for Mickie to Dropkick her to the outside. From there Mickie really did a number on Melina, but to the credit of the champion she stayed in it.


Eventually Mickie went for a high risk Crossbody but Melina avoided it, before working away on the injured mid section of her challenger. Melina uses those strong, chunky, sexy as fuck legs to lock in a Body Scissors, which keeps Mickie down for awhile.


Mickie does get her second wind and has one last crack at the champ... and looks set for the victory with THE MICK KICK... BUT MELINDA DUCKS... GOES FOR THE ROLL UP AND HOLDS THE TIGHTS...1...2...3!


WINNER: Melina @ 06:53!!! Melina retains the WWE Women’s Championship!!!


...


WWE Championship Match;

John Cena (c) vs. John Bradshaw Layfield


JBL has his usual ring entrance, coming into the arena in his limousine, doing all he can with his cheesy grin to piss off the audience. The WWE Champion is all business though, skipping his usual entrance to SPRINT INSIDE THE RING... AND IMMEDIATELY BEGINS BEATING THE SHIT OUT OF JBL!


The match is an all out brawl and the referee seems to have thrown out the rule book in this one, as JBL eventually uses a STEELCHAIR and the RING BELL to get himself an advantage. The rugged Texan shows off his mean streak in this one, beating down Cena and even nailing his POWERBOMB, but he can’t hold the most resilient man in WWE history down.


Cena is able to begin making a comeback, running through his usual offense to a chorus of boos from the fans in attendance. Cena is READY TO SET JBL UP FOR THE FU!


BUT JBL RAKES THE EYES... SLIDES OFF HIS BACK... AND GOES FOR THE CLOTHESLINE FROM HELL!!!


BUT CENA AVOIDS... DROP TOE HOLD AND LOCKS IN THE STFU... AND JBL FIGHTS AND FIGHTS...


BEFORE TAPPING LIKE A LITTLE GIRL AT BALLET!


WINNER: John Cena @ 13:45!!! John Cena retains the WWE Championship!!!


...


World Heavyweight Championship Match;

The Undertaker (c) vs. Matt Hardy


Throughout the build up to this one, Matt Hardy was constantly dominated by The Undertaker but he stayed true to his motto and refused to die. The champion looked to continue that in this one, dominating with his brute strength early, working on Hardy’s arm and catching a near fall after delivering OLD SCHOOL!


‘Taker continues to dominate except for the odd spurt of offense from the older Hardy brother. For the first time in years ‘The Phenom’ actually looks a little frustrated that he can’t put the challenger away. Eventually Undertaker has Hardy outside the ring... AND LEAPS OVER THE TOP ROPE AT HARDY... BUT MATT MOVES!


Matt has his first sustained period of offense, keeping the bigger man down with the steel ring steps and the crowd barricade. The referee threatens a disqualification many times, but sensing the occasion the match doesn’t come to an end. Once back inside the ring Hardy keeps ‘Taker down, scoring several near falls himself, his closest coming after the SIDE EFFECT!


The former Sensei of Mattitude then heads to the top rope looking for a CLOTHESLINE... BUT ‘TAKER MOVES AND THE REFEREE GETS KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS IN A COLLISION WITH HARDY!


Matt gets up and charges at The Undertaker only to run straight into a Big Boot. This gives ‘The Deadman’ time to shake out the cobwebs... as HARDY GETS UP! GOOZLE! CHOKESLAM! UNDERTAKER HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3... THE CROWD COUNTS BUT THERE’S NO REFEREE!


The World Heavyweight Champion heads over to the referee and attempts to wake him up but he doesn’t have much luck. Undertaker then does his universal throat slitting gesture... before bringing Hardy to his feet... AND LOOKS FOR THE TOMBSTONE... BUT HARDY SLIPS DOWN THE BACK... TURNS ‘TAKER AROUND... KICK TO THE GUT... TWIST OF FATE!


MATT HARDY HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!!!


BUT THERE’S STILL NO REFEREE!


Hardy gets up and looks around in despair... AND THE UNDERTAKER SITS UP!


Matt tries to stop Undertaker with right hands, but ‘TAKER NO SELLS THEM... GRABS HARDY BY THE THROAT AND THROWS HIM INTO THE CORNER! ‘Taker hammers away with rights and lefts, dropping Hardy to the canvas...


WHEN ALL OF A SUDDEN... SOMEBODY COMES THROUGH THE CROWD... IT’S CHRIS JERICHO... AND HE DROPS ‘TAKER WITH A BULLDOG, FOLLOWED BY HIS LIONSAULT!


Jericho quickly steps outside the ring and escapes back through the crowd...


Whilst Hardy gets up... So does ‘Taker... AND HARDY LANDS A SECOND TWIST OF FATE BEFORE HOOKING THE LEG...1...2...3!


WINNER: Matt Hardy @ 22:11!!! Matt Hardy WINS the World Heavyweight Championship!!!


...


Winner gets a shot WWE/World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania;

30 Man Royal Rumble Match


The Royal Rumble is its usual entertaining affair until we get to pointy end, where Edge, who entered in at number six remains but is struggling. ‘The Rated R Superstar’ strikes up a friendship with the new World Tag Team Champions Carlito and Kenny Dykstra and together they work on eliminating four of five guys together.


All of a sudden we are waiting for entrant number thirty, the three hungry men keeping their alliances until the very end...


5

4

3

2

1

...


***TIME TO PLAY THE GAME***


The audience mark the fuck out as Triple H has only been out for a few weeks with a torn quadriceps... but TRIPLE H IS HERE!!!


‘The Game’ slowly walks down the ramp, his quad heavily taped up, and it’s quite noticeable that there’s a severe limp.


Once at the bottom of the ramp, Hunter tries to get inside the ring... Only for ‘Lito or Kenny to meet him at the ropes forcing him to remain outside the ring...


...


After a few more attempts and a lot of frustration the audience begins getting restless... UNTIL TRIPLE H HEADS UNDER THE RING AND PULLS OUT HIS TRUSTY SLEDGEHAMMER!


The wrestlers in the ring all bug out, as Hunter walks up the stairs and hops into the ring... Only for Edge to charge at him... BUT HE CHARGES STRAIGHT INTO A SLEDGEHAMMER SHOT TO THE GUT!


NEXT UP CARLITO COPS A SLEDGEHAMMER SHOT TO THE GUT...


BEFORE KENNY GETS KICKED IN THE GUT... AND A BRUTAL SLEDGEHAMMER SHOT TO THE SIDE OF THE HEAD!


JR: GOOD GAWWDD ALMIGHTY! A ONE LEGGED TRIPLE H IS ABOUT TO DEFY WHATS POSSIBLE AND WIN THE ROYAL RUMBLE!!!


With all the men down, Hunter disposes of the sledgehammer to the outside, before picking up the wounded Carlito... AND TOSSING HIM OVER THE TOP ROPE!


Triple H takes a lot longer with Kenny who looks to be unconscious. The dead weight is a struggle but eventually TRIPLE H THROWS KENNY OVER THE TOP ROPE!


Hunter now turns around... ONLY FOR EDGE TO GO FOR THE SPEAR... BUT TRIPLE H STEPS OUT OF THE WAY... AND EDGE STOPS HIMSELF AT THE ROPES!


HUNTER THEN CHARGES TO CLOTHESLINE EDGE OVER THE TOP ROPE... BUT EDGE DUCKS AND BACK BODY DROPS TRIPLE H OVER THE TOP ROPE AND OUT TO THE FLOOR!


There’s an initial pop before the mood in the arena deflates because...


WINNER: Edge @ 72:10!!!


EDGE IS GOING TO WRESTLEMANIA!!!


*END OF SHOW*



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WWE No Way Out 2007

Official Preview


Date: February 18th, 2007

Location: Staples Centre; Los Angeles, California

Theme: “Powertrip” by Monster Magnet


World Heavyweight Championship;

Elimination Chamber Match:

Matt Hardy (c) vs. Batista vs. Kane vs. King Booker vs. Randy Orton vs. The Undertaker


On the road to WrestleMania ones greed really begins to take shape, and that was most relevant over on Smackdown when Matt Hardy become the World Heavyweight Champion. Living out the Cinderella dream for Hardy was slowly becoming a nightmare as nobody really took him seriously. The first man to stake claim to a shot at the title was the former champion The Undertaker, who had quite the argument considering the interference of Chris Jericho was a big factor in the match. Matt Hardy certainly wasn’t one ducking a challenge and he agreed to face The Undertaker at a time when the Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long made it official.


Kane and King Booker were two guys who actually formed an unholy alliance of sorts heading into No Way Out. King Booker having only just held the title a few months ago, and Kane being one of the most dominant men in the history of the business, both believed they should get a shot at the title as well. The two teamed up to really attempt to take down Hardy and The Undertaker so the two had to put their differences aside to battle Booker and Kane.


The change of character in Batista over the past month has certainly been noticeable. Since losing the title, there’s no happy, self confident champion, instead it’s just ‘The Animal’. Batista had been destroying everybody in his path since losing the title, including an impressive showing in January’s Royal Rumble. Batista was so keen to get a title shot that the night after Royal Rumble he Batista Bombed Teddy Long through the Smackdown announce table. After a few weeks off Teddy returned and announced an Elimination Chamber at No Way Out. Holding a grudge and having a new attitude himself, claiming there would be no more “mister nice guy”, Teddy booked Batista in a handicap match against both Kane and King Booker and he would have to win to qualify for the match. Thanks to interference from Hardy and ‘Taker, ‘Tista qualified for the match.


On the final Smackdown before No Way Out, an arrogant Teddy Long, much to the dismay of the fans was gloating over two huge acquisitions he had taken from the Raw brand. He explained it had all to do with the fact that he’s the greatest GM of all time, and it’s why he has lasted longer than any other. Teddy firstly announced that he had signed injured superstar Triple H to a deal with Smackdown, however he won’t be returning for another few months. The big announcement however, was that Teddy had signed the sixth man to take part in the Elimination Chamber match: Randy Orton!


Orton was as arrogant as ever on his return to Smackdown letting it known that the decision to join Smackdown was a no brainer. He was firmly of the belief that taking the World Title off of Hardy would be easier than stealing candy from a baby.


With greed fuelling five men and desire to be the best fuelling Hardy, one has to wonder who will come out of the Elimination Chamber with the title.


WWE Championship;

Elimination Chamber Match:

John Cena (c) vs. Carlito vs. Chris Jericho vs. John Bradshaw Layfield vs. Kenny Dykstra vs. Shawn Michaels


John Cena has had a firm grasp on the WWE Championship for the past two years and that continued at the Royal Rumble when he defeated JBL in a rugged match. The loud mouth millionaire that he is though, JBL wasn’t about to give up and he negotiated with Stephanie McMahon to have one last shot at the WWE Championship at No Way Out. The condition to get JBL to agree to the match was that he would owe the entire McMahon Family a favour.


Stephanie McMahon has been in charge of Raw since the night after the Royal Rumble, when the owner of the WWE Vince McMahon announced he would be taking the reins of Extreme Championship Wrestling along with his son Shane. The rumour is this has quite a bit to do with Vince’s personal vendetta against the former ECW Champion Bobby Lashley. ‘The Billion Dollar Princess’ was quick to match Teddy Long over on Smackdown, announcing that the Raw brand would also have an Elimination Chamber title match at the aptly named No Way Out PPV.


However unlike Teddy Long, Stephanie wanted all the competitors in her match to earn their spot in the match. An exhibition style of matches occurred over the next few weeks, where every win gained a superstar a certain amount of points. Whichever four wrestlers had the most points on the final Raw before No Way Out would be added to the match. Those four men turned out to be the ultra impressive World Tag Team Champions Carlito and Kenny Dykstra, a hot off his epic return at the Rumble Chris Jericho, and a determined ‘Heartbreak Kid’ Shawn Michaels.


In an interesting turn of events, on the final Raw before No Way Out to close the show all six men were inside the ring at once. Each man said their peace until all five challengers began attacking John Cena. The commentators sold it as the challengers feel Cena needs to be softened up due to his renowned resilience. One has to wonder whether the attack will have an effect, or just fire up the Champion more.


WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;

Umaga (c) w/Armando Alejandro Estrada vs. Charlie Haas


‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ is an absolute freak of nature who continues to destroy anybody and everybody that is put into his path. This continued after the Royal Rumble as well until his handler, Armando Estrada issued an open challenge to anybody in the back, whether it be a local talent or the WWE Champion to come out and face Umaga. The stipulation put in place was that if Umaga lost the match, he would give the winner a title shot at No Way Out.


Charlie Haas on the other hand had been in the dumps towards the ends of 2006 and early this year. Haas had resorted to imitating other talents just to get a cheap pop from the fans. At the Royal Rumble he was taken aside by his former World’s Greatest Tag Team partner, Shelton Benjamin. Benji let him have it claiming that Haas is a super talent, everybody knows it, but he needs to put in the hard work to fulfil his potential. That’s why Shelton has been an IC Champion before and had a successful run on his own, hard work.


Despite not being overly receptive on the night, Haas seems to have taken the words to heart and hasn’t lost a match since. After building up some confidence Haas decided to answer Umaga’s challenge one week, only to be laughed at by AAE. The laughing would cease however when Haas showed tremendous resilience, and then some wrestling ability to land a Crucifix pin out of nowhere and pick up the victory.


Edge vs. The Great Khali


The winner of the 2007 Royal Rumble and the number one contender for the WWE Championship just wanted to keep himself finetuned by wrestling every week up until No Way Out. He was doing so however he wouldn’t win his matches cleanly, cheating to defeat a number of opponents including Shawn Michaels.


With that happening Stephanie McMahon decided that Edge needed another tune up match which he wouldn’t be allowed to cheat in at No Way Out. McMahon let it be known that if Edge cheated at No Way Out, he would be stripped of his title shot at WrestleMania. ‘The Rated R Superstar’ lost it when he found out who his opponent was, whilst The Great Khali came into the ring and dropped Edge with a huge chop.


ECW Championship Match;

Elijah Burke (c) vs. CM Punk


The all conquering ECW Champion Bobby Lashley could not be defeated, and he had drawn the attention of one Vince McMahon. Vince McMahon had quite the spiteful year in 2006, making Triple H and especially Shawn Michaels’ lives hell, and he seemed to have turned his attention towards Bobby Lashley. This became overly clear when Lashley had to defend his title in a multi man match, and Vince decided to make Shane the Special Guest Referee for the match. In a typical McMahon screw job, Shane wouldn’t count the three, Vince lured Lashley up the ramp and then Elijah Burke was able to smack Punk with a chair illegally and pick up the win and the title.


The next week on ECW, Lashley went bananas, locking both Vince and Shane in a dumpster and throwing them off of the stage. The McMahon’s have both been out of action since and an announcement was released on WWE.com not long after, stating that Lashley had been suspended, and his suspension would be reviewed after No Way Out.


Meanwhile, this left the new ECW Champion Elijah Burke, and the wronged challenger CM Punk. The fans have been well behind Punk for a long time, knowing the story of Punk working through the Indy’s to finally make it big. Meanwhile Elijah Burke is the champion who seems to have just popped up out of nowhere and taken the world.


Punk has been gunning for Burke week after week and Elijah has continued to avoid, however Punk has been named the number one contender. Elijah Burke is desperate to retain his newly won title and Punk wants the title he truly believes should be his.


WWE United States Championship;

Fatal Four Way Match:

Montel Vontavious Porter (c) vs. Gregory Helms vs. John Morrison vs. William Regal


As per the World Heavyweight Championship situation and the greed that surrounded the title, the same can be said for the WWE United States Championship. MVP was able to defeat Chris Benoit on the Smackdown after the Rumble which lead to a rematch the next week with the United States Championship on the line. Porter was able to defeat Benoit again to become the WWE United States Champion.


Not one to be deterred, ‘The Rabid Wolverine’ Chris Benoit cashed in his rematch for the title the following week on Smackdown, only for Porter to beat him CLEANLY FOR THE THIRD WEEK IN A ROW! Michael Cole was quick to put over how this truly felt like a passing of the torch as Benoit is defeated by the young upstart trying to solidify himself as a top line star.


The only difference between Benoit and MVP is that Montel has a serious attitude problem and that was shown quite clearly. In between his epic battles with Benoit, Porter was strutting around backstage, gloating to everybody and really rubbing basically everybody the wrong way... Except for the fans, as a few had actually started cheering MVP.


Three men who really disliked MVP’s attitude and were victims to separate confrontations backstage were Gregory Helms, John Morrison (Nitro just recently changed his name his attitude, dropping both Mercury and Melina in the process) and William Regal. One night on Smackdown as MVP was cutting a promo, Teddy Long announced that he would defend the US Title against all three of these men at No Way Out.


Chris Benoit vs. Mr. Kennedy


After suffering three losses in a row to MVP, the next week on Smackdown a tense Chris Benoit bumped into the arrogant Mr. Kennedy. The man with the biggest mouth in wrestling was quick to make fun of Benoit, letting him know that he was finished and seriously needs to retire. Benoit went nose to nose with Kennedy and let him know he would destroy Kennedy and teach him the meaning of the word respect. Kennedy replied by slapping Benoit across the face and a backstage brawl started between the two, that needed to be separated by a security and a few jobbers who nobody cares about aka Scotty Too Hotty.


The two were booked in a match later that night with both men having their own point to prove. Late in the match Benoit was able to lock in the Crippler Crossface, and everybody expected Kennedy to tap. KK showed more toughness than he’s given credit for though, as he made the ropes, only for Benoit to not let go of the hold. In a flashback to six years ago, Benoit maintains the hold and the referee was forced to call a disqualification. Even after this Benoit still keeps the hold locked in, until WWE officials have to pry him off of Kennedy. Later that night a battered and beaten Mr. Kennedy challenged Benoit to a match at No Way Out, and Benoit was quick to accept.


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Final Card for WWE No Way Out

February 18th, 2007

Los Angeles, California


World Heavyweight Championship;

Elimination Chamber Match:

Matt Hardy (c) vs. Batista vs. Kane vs. King Booker vs. Randy Orton vs. The Undertaker


WWE Championship;

Elimination Chamber Match:

John Cena (c) vs. Carlito vs. Chris Jericho vs. John Bradshaw Layfield vs. Kenny Dykstra vs. Shawn Michaels


WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;

Umaga (c) w/Armando Alejandro Estrada vs. Charlie Haas


Edge vs. The Great Khali


ECW Championship Match;

Elijah Burke (c) vs. CM Punk


WWE United States Championship;

Fatal Four Way Match:

Montel Vontavious Porter (c) vs. Gregory Helms vs. John Morrison vs. William Regal


Chris Benoit vs. Mr. Kennedy

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You know what, wasn't even going to comment (or even read most of it to be honest), but then I saw that you gave Matt Hardy the World Heavyweight Championship. That's a ballsy move that you have to be commended for. Even if he did get it in a screw-job, that's super admirable.

As I read the rest of the Rumble, I beginning to feel this. While I know you're probably only doing the three events in this style, I like the way you're heading. Carlito and Dykstra are getting a similar style of push that Carlito and Masters got as a team, and I always thought Carlito should be used better in booking threads. I don't think they'll do much at No Way Out, but hey, hopefully you do them justice after 'Mania.

You've got a lot of interesting little threads that you can play with at No Way Out. I'd do predictions, but nah. I don't see you leaving Hardy as World Champion, even if the underdog story, but who's to say you won't surprise me. Past that, Benoit and Kennedy is awesome.

Don't know if I get what you meant by new name and new attitude for Morrison. By the sounds of it you're making him into a face, and judging by the rest of the match you have. I don't remember what Helms was like at the time, but it would make sense for him to also be a face.

The beat down of John Cena leads me to believe that he'll lose. Probably to Chris Jericho. Then the whole three-way at 'Mania. Edge vs. Khali is good.

I like Burke vs. Punk with Lashley and the McMahons doing their own thing (dumpster diving is their own thing).

You've got me interested, so all the best buddy. I'll probably silently read from now.
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I like where this is going too. Let's see what you do.
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Thanks from the comments from both of you, much appreciated.

Gards: John Morrison is almost something of a pseudo face at the minute. He’s changed to John Morrison and he’s character has become more out spoken, as opposed to Johnny Nitro who had Melina do all of the talking. He’s a face at the minute because he’s chasing Gregory Helms, and everybody is sick of Helms.

Anyway, here’s No Way Out:

***


WWE No Way Out 2007
(Recap)


Date: February 18th, 2007

Location: Staples Centre; Los Angeles, California

Theme: “Powertrip” by Monster Magnet


Chris Benoit vs. Mr. Kennedy


A bandaged Mr. Kennedy sold Benoit’s rabid attack on his shoulder just two nights ago, coming out with a medical certificate and a doctor, claiming he can’t compete. ‘The Rabid Wolverine’ was quick to come out and call this whole thing a charade, having dealt with something similar from King Booker at this stage a year ago. As Kennedy’s doctor went into bat regarding the legitimacy of the loud mouths injury, he attacked Benoit from behind getting a head start and the crowd steadily on his back.


KK had a good start however the veteran Benoit showed his tremendous tenacity, and began working on KK’s “injured” arm. The announcers put over the fact that whilst Kennedy was exaggerating slightly before the match, he must be favouring his shoulder somewhat after the effects of being in the Crippler Crossface on Smackdown. Benoit uses all his tricks, really wanting to prove that he’s still got it despite his recent losses to young up and comers.


Benoit had gone for the Crippler Crossface THREE times in the match, failing twice... and the third time he was able to lock it in but Kennedy made it to the ropes. As Kennedy swings wildly for a Clothesline... Benoit latches onto the arm, looking to bring Kennedy down for a Crippler Crossface again... BUT KK QUICKLY SPINS OUT OF BENOIT’S GRIP AND BEHIND HIM... AND GOES FOR THE ROLL UP...


1...


2...


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KK GRABS THE TIGHTS...


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3!


WINNER: Mr. Kennedy @ 13:33!!!


...


WWE United States Championship;

Fatal Four Way Match:

Montel Vontavious Porter (c) vs. Gregory Helms vs. John Morrison vs. William Regal


As mentioned in the preview, all of these men wanted to beat the living hell out of MVP, so as soon as the bell rang, MVP was quick to head to the outside of the ring. The young upstarts in Helms and Morrison look to chase after MVP, but the veteran Regal knows better, and begins beating the hell out of both of them after pummelling them from behind. Despite not getting involved in the action himself, every time a wrestler looks close to getting a near fall, Porter will enter and break up the count.


Eventually the three challengers have worn each other down, and we get the typical TRIPLE THREAT ELECTRIC CHAIRDROP SPOT~! With all three challengers down, an arrogant MVP NOW decides to get inside the ring, as he keeps all three of his challengers down. Porter scores a couple of near falls, however he makes a mistake when he’s going for the Ballin’ Elbow Drop, only for Regal to drop him out of nowhere AND LOCK HIM IN THE REGAL STRETCH!


MVP looks ready to tap until Helms breaks up the hold. Helms then clears the ring of Regal and Morrison and begins having a one on one match with Porter. Helms dominates the struggling champion for awhile, until Helms nails the SHINING WIZARD AND HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!


NO! JOHN MORRISON DRAGS HELMS OUT OF THE RING AND QUICKLY THROWS HIM INTO THE CROWD BARRICADE!


Now it’s Morrison’s turn to have a go at MVP and he uses his vast array of high risk moves to keep him on his toes. This ends with Morrison landing his new finisher, THE STARSHIP PAIN BEFORE HOOKING THE LEG...1..2...3!


NO! REGAL INTERRUPTS THE COUNT!


Regal then punches John Morrison in the face... KNOCKING HIM CLEAN OUT AS REGAL HAS THE BRASS KNUCKLES ON HIS FIST...


BUT BEFORE HE CAN MAKE THE COUNT... HELMS COMES OFF OF THE TOP ROPE WITH A DROPKICK... SENDING REGAL SPRAWLING TO THE OUTSIDE UNDER THE BOTTOM ROPE...


HELMS BOUNCES UP... ONLY FOR MVP TO COME FROM BEHIND AND THROW HIM OUTSIDE THE RING...


MVP then brings the lifeless Morrison to his feet. NAILS THE PLAYMAKER AND HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!


WINNER: Montel Vontavious Porter @ 10:08!! Montel Vontavious Porter retains the WWE United States Championship!!!


...


ECW Championship Match;

Elijah Burke (c) vs. CM Punk


The match. An absolute classic. Take out the Elimination Chamber matches because they’ve got such an aura about them, and this match is easily the show stealer. This match is everything the ECW brand has been about lately, hard working talent putting on wrestling clinics. The contest is even with both men having their own periods of dominance, and other stages where there’s just constant back and forth between the two.


Early on in the contest Burke was in Punk’s head which allowed him to have the upper hand. As the match continued on though, ‘The Straightedge Superstar’ began out wrestling Burke in most exchanges which lead to Punk getting inside the champions head. The two continued to throw everything at each other, until CM Punk went for the GTS, only for Burke to fight out but in the meantime a stray boot knocks out the referee.


With the referee down, Burke drops to his knees and takes out Punk with a LOW BLOW! With Punk down, Burke exposes the top turnbuckle in the corner wanting to inflict further illegal damage on the challenger. Unfortunately Punk fights back, and the match continues on with the referee eventually making it back up to his feet.


Punk is able to establish his advantage and looks to land the GO TO SLEEP AGAIN... Only for Burke to slip off AND WHIP PUNK INTO THE EXPOSED TURNBUCKLE!


Punk smashes back first into the corner and staggers out... STRAIGHT INTO THE ELIJAH EXPERIENCE! Burke hooks the leg...1...2...3!


WINNER: Elijah Burke @ 20:00!! Elijah Burke retains the ECW Championship!!!


...


Edge vs. The Great Khali


Edge is forced to play a lot of cat and mouse in this one, hitting and running, doing all he can to stay out of the grasp of The Great Khali. The fans reaction is quite a weird one to, as whilst both men are heels, Edge is awesome and Khali is shit house, so the fans cheer Edge. The man facing a champion of his choice at WrestleMania eventually gets caught by the giant hands of Khali, and Khali beats him down with a terrible looking chops and a nerve hold.


‘The Rated R Superstar’ was forced to show off his resilience, resourcefulness and pure skill to get the win here. Edge was able to rake the eyes of Khali, and then Edge became the cat, pouncing in the one second that Khali is down to DRILL HIM TO THE MAT WITH A SPEAR! EDGE MAKES THE COVER...1...2...3!


EDGE continues his epic run of momentum heading towards WrestleMania!


WINNER: Edge @ 06:52!!!


...


WWE Championship;

Elimination Chamber Match:

John Cena (c) vs. Carlito vs. Chris Jericho vs. John Bradshaw Layfield vs. Kenny Dykstra vs. Shawn Michaels


Shawn Michaels and Carlito are the first two who start things out, and it’s basically just a pure wrestling match. Unlucky for HBK though, the next entrant in the match is Kenny Dykstra, and together the World Tag Team Champions do a number on Shawn. They even head to the outside and begin ramming Shawn’s head into the steel, BUSTING HIM WIDE OPEN!


Before Shawn can get eliminated, the next entrant is the current WWE Champion John Cena. ‘The Champ’ comes to the aid of Shawn and begins taking care of business with both of the tag team champions. After a few moments of offense, the numbers advantage begins taking its toll on Cena as well, but now Shawn is back up to even the odds.


The two most popular stars on Raw now work together to take down the World Tag Team Champions until JBL MAKES HIS WAY INTO THE MATCH!


Rather comically JBL just shoves Michaels out of the way, and immediately begins pummelling John Cena. This continues on for awhile, as the tag champs work over HBK. Shawn is able to get a bit of breathing space by taking down both men, before tapping JBL on the shoulder, still a little annoyed at the disrespectful shove he received earlier. JBL turns around from stomping Cena yelling “WHAT”, only to receive SWEET CHIN MUSIC FROM SHAWN MICHAELS. HBK MAKES THE COVER...1...2...3!


Elimination #1: John Bradshaw Layfield!!!


As a furious JBL lets Shawn Michaels know “PAYBACKS A BITCH”, Chris Jericho is the final entrant into the match. The returning Jericho has been on a huge roll since his shocking return at the Royal Rumble, and he continues that here, really cleaning house on everybody in the match. Jericho continues to look great until he ATTEMPTS A LIONSAULT ON CARLITO... ONLY FOR KENNY TO PUSH HIM OVER THE ROPES AND CRASHING ONTO THE STEEL CHAIN FLOOR!


Whilst Kenny follows Jericho outside and continues to ram his face into the steel, Cena and Shawn Michaels team up. Shawn brings Carlito to his feet and whips him into Cena... WHO PICKS HIM UP AND DROPS HIM WITH THE FU! Before Cena can go to make the cover... SHAWN MICHAELS KNOCKS CENA SENSELESS WITH SWEET CHIN MUSIC! Cena tumbles through the ropes and to the outside so Shawn pins Carlito...1...2...3!


Elimination #2: Carlito!!!


With Carlito now being eliminated, Shawn Michaels heads outside to where Cena is... AND MAKES THE COVER...1...2...NO! CENA MANAGES TO GET A SHOULDER UP!


The match continues on now with all four men pairing off, Michaels and Jericho going at it, whilst Cena and Dykstra are going at it as well. The match really breaks down into a slug fest here with every man using the cage to their advantage, and every competitor being busted open in what is aptly named a BLOODBATH OF A MATCH!


One of the big spots that happens throughout the match is that Jericho has Shawn down on the outside... AND IS LOOKING FOR THE WALLS OF JERICHO... BUT HE CAN’T TURN HIM... SO INSTEAD HE CATAPULTS SHAWN RIGHT THROUGH ONE OF THE PLEXI GLASS PODS SHATERING THE GLASS INTO PIECES!


Meanwhile on the other side of the ring, Kenny was attempting to get away from ‘The Champ’ by climbing the top rope... and then CLIMBING TO THE TOP OF ONE OF THE PODS!


Not being deterred John Cena follows him up... but Kenny gets the jump... HAMMERING AWAY AT CENA... BEFORE THROWING HIM OFF OF THE POD... AND OUTSIDE THE RING TO LAND ON THE UNFORGIVING STEEL CHAINS!


As the “holy shit” chants begin for the third time in the match... KENNY DIVES OFF FOR THE SKYHIGH LEG DROP... BUT CENA ROLLS OUT OF THE WAY!


Kenny is in agony, possibly having cracked a bone in his ass or legs... and CENA DRAPES AN ARM OVER KENNY’S CHEST...1...2...3!


Elimination #3: Kenny Dykstra!!!


As Cena remains down on the outside, on the other side of the ring Jericho picks up a bloody, battered and beaten Shawn Michaels and rolls him into the ring. Once in the ring, the man formerly known as ‘Y2J’ stalks Shawn, waiting for him to get up... BEFORE GOING FOR HIS NEW FINISHER, THE CODEBREAKER... BUT HBK HOLDS ONTO THE ROPES!


Jericho crashes to the canvas before bouncing back to his feet AND CHARGING STRAIGHT INTO SWEET CHIN MUSIC... AND AN EXHAUSTED SHAWN COLLAPSES ON JERICHO...1...2...3!


Elimination #4: Chris Jericho!!!


We are now down to just two men, the current WWE Champion John Cena and future Hall Of Famer Shawn Michaels. Michaels is down on the inside, slowly crawling towards the ropes to aid himself up, whilst Cena is crawling towards the ropes from the outside of the ring. Both men slowly make their way to the feet, with Cena nearly falling through the ropes and inside the ring. Slowly both warriors, faces full of blood, make it to the centre of the ring.


The tension, the stare down, the standing ovation from the fans, and it’s time to Rumble. Both men get in a fist fight and Cena begins getting the edge until HBK rakes the eyes. From here whilst both men are exhausted, they go five minutes in an awesome display of guts. Eventually Cena gets a fourth wind and lands the Protoplex, followed by The Five Knuckle Shuffle!


‘The Champ’ then begins pumping up the shoes... BEFORE GOING FOR THE FU... BUT SHAWN SLIDES OFF THE BACK... SWEET CHIN MUSIC!


NO!


CENA GRABS HBK’S LEG... SPINS HIM AROUND AND THIS TIME LANDS THE FU! CENA HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!


Elimination #5: Shawn Michaels


WINNER: John Cena @ 22:44!! John Cena retains the WWE Championship!!!


...


WWE Intercontinental Championship Match;

Umaga (c) w/Armando Alejandro Estrada vs. Charlie Haas


Since defeating Umaga in his open challenge, Charlie Haas had done a few things for himself. One, he had become relevant in the WWE landscape again. Two, he’d pissed off ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ more than what he normally is. Three, he’d quite clearly gained the respect of Armando Alejandro Estrada, who begged and pleaded with Umaga to not go all out attack due to Haas’ technique.


In the early stages of the match, AAE’s worst nightmare became a reality, as Umaga charged in all guns blazing, only for the defiant Haas to use superior positioning to outwrestle and frustrate Umaga. After riding Umaga around the ring, ‘Mags charges straight into three Arm Drags, followed by a Dropkick.


Umaga quickly heads outside the ring where HE GRABS A STEEL CHAIR AND LOOKS SET TO HEAD BACK AFTER HAAS... BUT AAE STOPS HIM!


Umaga’s handler does his job and, well, handles Umaga, not allowing him to go and get himself disqualified. Whilst a DQ finish would result in Umaga retaining his title, ‘Mags can’t afford a second loss to Haas, as it would set him back quite a long way. Once Umaga gets back into the ring, he’s able to brutalise Haas with his amazing mix of pace and strength, however he’s unable to put Haas away.


The commentators put over the fact that Haas’ new found confidence has lead to him finding this inner resilience he previously didn’t know existed. Eventually ‘The Samoan Bulldozer’ gets frustrated and heads to the top rope... LOOKING FOR A DIVING HEADBUTT... BUT HAAS ROLLS OUT OF THE WAY!


Charlie gets on quite the run here, really going to town on Umaga but only able to get a few near falls. Haas is even able TO LOCK IN THE HAAS OF PAIN... HOWEVER UMAGA FIGHTS HIS WAY OUT AND MAKES IT TO THE ROPES!


Haas looks a little dumbfounded at what to do next after this, but he quickly rethinks and begins pummelling Umaga... BUT ‘MAGS NO SELLS EVERYTHNG AND GETS TO HIS FEET!


With a plan in mind, Umaga grabs Haas and whips him into the ropes... A NOT LOOKING ESTARDA LOOKS TO TRIP UP HAAS... BUT HAAS REVERSED THE IRISH WHIP AND AAE TRIPS UP UMAGA!


‘The Samoan Wrecking Ball’ quickly bounces up and turns towards Estrada, yelling at his mistake. AAE looks scared beyond belief, apologising profusely, whilst HAAS COMES FROM BEHIND AND DROPS UMAGA WITH THE OLYMPIC SLAM.


HAAS HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!


WINNER: Charlie Haas @ 11:22!! Charlie Haas WINS the WWE Intercontinental Championship!!!


...


World Heavyweight Championship;

Elimination Chamber Match:

Matt Hardy (c) vs. Batista vs. Kane vs. King Booker vs. Randy Orton vs. The Undertaker


As each competitor makes their way to the ring, the commentators begin speculating over who will have to stand in the pod no longer protected by the glass. Once the competitors all come to the ring, the man inside the unprotected pod is Randy Orton. The match however starts off with the two men who faced each other at the Royal Rumble, the World Heavyweight Champion Matt Hardy, and ‘The Phenom’, The Undertaker.


Usually in these big time matches there’s a feeling out process but these two have been in the ring enough times together over the past month to just let it all hang out from the get go. The Undertaker especially shows a more fired up manner than usual, and whilst Hardy tries to match him early on, quite frankly he can’t.


In his usual slow methodical pace ‘Taker takes care of Hardy, even landing Old School, until King Booker is the next man into the match. Booker tentatively steps into the ring and tells Undertaker that they can work together to eliminate the champion. ‘The Phenom’ nods his head before uppercutting Booker in the chin!


‘The Deadman’ beats the hell out of both men until his brother Kane now enters the match. In a pure battle of power, these two throw everything at each other. The Undertaker in an INCREDIBLE display is able to get the advantage on Kane as well, before Clotheslining him over the top rope and to the floor.


Booker and Hardy have paired off with each other now, so ‘Taker waits for Kane to get up... AND LEAPS OVER THE TOP ROPE... TAKING OUT KANE ON THE OUTSIDE!


‘The Animal’ Batista is next in and finally Kane and himself are able to double team The Undertaker, ramming him back first into the chamber wall to soften him up. They then Double Suplex him back into the ring... ONLY FOR ‘TAKER TO SIT UP!


ALL OF A SUDDEN... ‘TAKER LANDS A CHOKESLAM ON KANE...FOLLOWED BY BATISTA... AND BOOKER... AND HARDY...


...


UNTIL RANDY ORTON CREAMS ‘TAKER WITH A LEAD PIPE... THAT WAS GIVEN TO HIM THROUGH THE CAGE BY A BLOODY CHRIS JERICHO!


The referee pleads with Orton to get back into his pod as he’s not legal yet and he does... as Hardy drapes an arm over the downed dead man...1...2...3!


Elimination #1: The Undertaker


With the most impressive wrestler in the match so far, Orton’s time to enter the match legally approaches, and he’s the next man to dominate the contest. However one man who seems to be rather unhappy with Orton is Kane, who yells at him before brutalising his half brother.


As Kane and Orton battle on the outside, it leaves Hardy, Batista and Booker on the inside. The two former World Champions allow their greed to take over, and the former enemies actually work together to begin beating down the World Champ.


As the double teaming continues, Hardy shows off his tremendous resilience, kicking out of everything INCLUDING A DOUBLE POWERBOMB! This eventually frustrates Booker and Batista and they begin taking out their frustration... ON EACH OTHER!


Meanwhile on the outside, Kane has busted Randy open and is now up on the top turnbuckle waiting for him to get up, and when he does... KANE DIVES OFF FOR A CLOTHESLINE... WHICH RANDY REVERSES INTO AN RKO ONTO THE STEEL FLOOR!


Orton with the cover...1...2...3!


Elimination #2: Kane


The fans and everybody else in the arena seem a little shocked that the first two men eliminated from the match are the Brothers of Destruction. Randy remains down on the outside, as Batista drills Booker with a SPINEBUSTER IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RING!


Before he can do any more damage, Matt Hardy throws Batista outside of the ring, picks up Booker... AND DROPS HIM WITH THE TWIST OF FATE!


The World Heavyweight Champion hooks the leg...1...2...3!


Elimination #3: King Booker


A relieved Matt Hardy takes a deep breath, realising that eliminating Booker finally rids him of the double team attacks. That is until he looks over and sees his worst nightmare, Batista and Randy Orton shake hands, nodding, smiling and Batista mouths “Evolution baby”.


Hardy knows he’s in trouble so he heads to the top rope... AND TAKES A LEAP OF FAITH WITH A CROSSBODY... ONLY FOR BATISTA TO CATCH HIM AND RAM HIM BACK FIRST INTO THE POD!


From here on out, simply put, it’s a bloodbath. The two former Evolution members don’t even think about pinning the World Champion, instead just inflicting as much damage as they possibly can. After ramming the now crimson masked Hardy into the cage on the outside again, the two stop and chat about their plans.


This gives Hardy time to crawl around... and he finds the lead pipe that Orton used earlier on The Undertaker. Not noticing this, Randy goes to pick up Hardy only TO GET SMASHED IN THE HEAD WITH A LEAD PIPE, CAUSING ORTON TO FALL THROUGH THE ROPES AND INSIDE THE RING!


Batista sees this and loses his shit, grabbing Hardy by the throat AND CHOKING HIM OUT... BUT HARDY OUT OF DESPERATION KICKS ‘TISTA STRAIGHT IN THE GROIN!


Batista crumbles and Hardy slowly crawls into the ring and on top of the unconscious Orton...1...2...3!


Elimination #4: Randy Orton


We are down to the final two now as a lifeless Hardy lies on the canvas, and a trembling in fury Batista is back up, slightly favouring his groin. Batista shakes it out a little before getting inside the ring and waiting for Hardy to get up.


The World Champion shown the true fight he has in him though, slowly using ‘Tista’s legs to get back up to a vertical base. He swings a wild right hand which knocks Batista back... ONLY FOR BATISTA TO BOUNCE BACK WITH A MONSTROUS CLOTHESLINE!


Batista then SETS HARDY UP... BATISTA BOMB... HARDY REVERSES INTO A SUNSET FLIP...1...2...3!!!


Elimination #5: Batista


WINNER: Matt Hardy @ 27:43!! Matt Hardy retains the World Heavyweight Championship!!!


There’s no celebration though as a furious Batista IMMEDIALTEY GRABS HARDY... AND SMASHES HIM THROUGH ANOTHER ONE OF THE GLASS PODS!


Batista then brings Hardy up on the outside of the ring... AND CRUSHES HIM WITH THE BATISTA BOMB!


Despite the feel good title defence, the arena is absolutely deflated, boos ringing out at the vicious actions of Batista...


But for the first time in a long time, he completely ignores the reactions of the fans, his eyes fixed on the World Title as we go off the air...


*END OF SHOW*





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Well. I'm impressed. You've made some of the ballsiest (sp?) booking moves that I've seen in a long time.

I seem to remember you being a big fan of Haas getting a push in Legend's (at least I think it was his) thread. With that being said, I didn't really expect him to actually beat Umaga. So there's surprise number one right there.

Kennedy beating Benoit is something that didn't surprise me actually. I was a bit unsure, but I like the idea of you sending Benoit on a losing streak. I don't know what you're building up too, but hey, I'm sure it'll be good.

Edge and Cena should be a good 'Mania match. You've built Edge up well in the preview and with a relatively easy win over Khali without making it a stomp and Cena winning was fine. I didn't think you would, but hey, I'm usually wrong.

Now for the shock. I think I would have been more shocked with the final step in the heel turn per say if I wasn't still shocked with Matt Hardy winning. That's a pretty big one if you don't plan on taking the title off of him before 'Mania. You don't hear me complaining, but damn dude, that's pretty hype.

In terms of writing, it was fine. There were a few odd moments, but you get that with recapping the event. Some of the match pacing could have been edited, but otherwise, you did good son.

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