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I decided not to have a Mick Foley goodbye speech in the end, in case I wanted to use him again in a future PPV using this booking.

Sunday Night Heat

Heat starts with some pyro’s.

Marc Lloyd: Hello everybody and welcome to Sunday Night Heat.

Jonathan Coachman: Well tonight’s edition of Heat has been extended to night, and there are 14 matches on the card. I can’t wait for the first match, and until the start of Wrestlemania.

Marc Lloyd: Me either, and of course tonight on Heat Molly Holly defends her Women’s title against Lita. But now it’s Jazz vs. Trish Stratus.

Jazz vs. Trish Stratus

Jazz’s music plays in the arena and Jazz and Theodore Long walk out. Jazz taunts at the top of the ramp and they walk to the ring. They enter the ring and Trish’s music plays. Trish taunts at the top of the ramp and some pyro technics go off. Trish walks to the ring and enters the ring. The contest starts with a headlock from Jazz. Trish pushes her into the ropes and then knocks Jazz down with a clothesline. Trish then punches Jazz a few times before picking her up and suplexing her back down. Trish picks Jazz up and Irish whips Jazz into the corner. Trish goes for the clothesline in the corner but Jazz gets a foot up. Jazz goes to the top rope but Trish runs over and brings her back into the ring with the hurracanrana. Trish covers Jazz, but Jazz kicks out at two. Trish gets Jazz up and goes for the Stratusfaction, but after spring boarding off the ropes Jazz throws Trish into the ring. Jazz walks over and picks Trish up. Jazz then locks in the double chicken wing, and after four seconds drops Trish on her face. Jazz then picks up Trish and hits a hard knife-edge chop. Jazz follows it up with three snap jabs and takes Trish down with a fisherman DDT. Jazz then turns Trish over and locks in the half Boston crab. Trish fights her way towards the ropes but Jazz then changes it to the STF. Trish tries to get to the ropes but she can not make it and taps out.

Winner at 5:12 Jazz

Steven Richards and Victoria are backstage in there dressing room. Richards is training and Victoria is pacing up and down. She looks angry. Steven calms her down and they both start training together. After a minute she stops, and begins pacing again. Steven sits down with her and they start to talk and the camera’s go back to the arena.

The cameras go to back and we see the APA in their office. Orlando walks round the door and starts to talk to them but is cut off by Bradshaw.

Bradshaw: You gotta go through the door, this is an office.

Orlando walks round and goes through the door.

Orlando Jordan: I was just wondering, are you prepared for tonight’s match?

Faarooq: Of course we’re prepared. Man we’ve been drinking all day, and look at all this cash I’ve won.

Faarooq shows Orlando the money.

Bradshaw: Relax. Sit here and have a beer.

Orlando Jordan: No thanks, I gon…

Faarooq: You gotta have a beer, to prove to us you’re ready.

Orlando takes the beer and drinks it down in one.

Orlando Jordan: That prove it?

Orlando Jordan walks off.

Faarooq: Damn

The Basham Brothers vs. the Worlds Greatest Tag Team

Shaniqua walks out first followed by the Basham Brothers. They all walk down to the ring and talk to each other. The Worlds Greatest Tag Team’s music plays and they run out. They run into the ring and take the Bashams by surprise. They take them down with clothesline to the back of the head. They both Irish whip each Basham and take them down with drop-kicks. Shaniqua gets in the ring but is taken out by Haas who powerbombs her into the canvas. Benjamin grabs Danny Basham and takes him down with a fisherman suplex. He tags in Haas and Haas sets him up. Benjamin runs against the ropes and jumps over Haas and onto Danny. Benjamin slides to the outside and Haas goes to work with kicks to the head on Danny. Haas then locks in an armbar on Danny. Doug enters the ring and brakes it up. Haas picks Danny up and Irish whips him into his corner. He tags in Shelton and they kick him the corner and Haas goes back to the apron. Benjamin goes for the DDT but
Danny hits the Northern Lights Suplex. He pins Benjamin, who kicks ut at two. Danny gets up before Shelton and clotheslines him down. Danny tags in Doug who takes Benjamin down with the DDT. Doug then hits six elbow drops and pins Benjamin, who kicks out at two. Doug gets Benjamin up and then takes him down with a clothesline. Doug Irish whips Benjamin into the ropes but they both clothesline each other. Benjamin is about to make the tag and the Bashams switch whilst Shaniqua distracts the referee. Haas gets the tag in and goes for the leg drop but Danny moves. Haas takes him down with a clothesline and pins him but the referee is with Benjamin and Doug. Shaniqua hits Haas with a lead pipe from under the ring. Danny then pins Haas and the referee turns round and counts the three.

Winners at 6:54 the Basham Brothers

Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Chavo Guerrero Sr. are backstage.

Chavo Guerrero Jr: Tonight’s the night Dad. Tonight is the night I prove to everyone that I am good enough to be in the WWE.

Chavo Guerrero Sr: In my opinion you’ve proved it already son, but you know what this place is like. Vince is too busy to battling Shane, and Heyman is too busy battling Bischoff, and then they miss out on the talent like you. But tonight yes it is your chance, and I’ll make sure you win. Let’s go.

The Chavo’s smile at each other.

The camera’s cut to Shannon Moore, who is walking down a hallway.

Chavo Guerrero Jr. vs. Shannon Moore

Chavo Guerrero enters the arena with his father. They walk to the ring but the referee sends Chavo Sr. to the back. Chavo Jr. can’t believe it and argues with the referee. Meanwhile Shannon Moore runs into the arena but is taken down with a clothesline from Chavo Sr. Chavo Sr. Irish whips him into the barricade and then hits him over the head with a stop sign. Chavo Jr. exits the ring and puts Shannon back in the ring. Chavo re-enters and the match begins. Guerrero though roles Moore to the outside. The referee starts the ten count. At six Guerrero is celebrating with his back to Moore. Moore gets in the ring but tells the referee to continue counting. Moore roles Guerrero up and gets the two count. Guerrero gets up and turns round to a small package from Moore, and again two. Both get up and Moore pins him with a backslide. Guerrero kicks out at two again and Moore uses the sunset flip on Guerrero, and again two. Moore takes Guerrero down with a hurracanrana pin, and Chavo kicks out at two again. Both get up again and Moore goes for a hurracanrana pin again but Guerrero reverses it into a powerbomb pin. Guerrero pins Moore but gets two. Moore is arguing with the referee and Moore takes Guerrero down with a school boy and uses the tights to get the win.

Winner at 3:45 Shannon Moore

Commercial Brake

Chavo Guerrero Jr is walking backstage and spots Shannon Moore. Chavo runs over and throws Shannon head first through a door. Chavo then gets Moore up and hits the brain buster on him. Chavo walks away and leaves Shannon unconscious on the floor.

Hurricane is walking backstage and is continuously looking back. The camera man stops following Hurricane and hides behind an anvil case. A tall man walks by in dark clothing, and continues to follow Hurricane. The cameras cut to the arena.

Funaki vs. John Heidenreich

Funaki’s music plays and out runs Funaki. He runs into the ring and
introduces himself. Next out is John Heidenreich. He enters the ring. He walks over to Funaki and pushes him back in the corner. Heidenreich starts the offence off with some right hands to Funaki. He Irish whips Funaki into the corner. Heidenreich runs at Funaki, who ducks and crawls under Heidenreich’s legs and roles him up for the two. Funaki runs and climbs to the top rope. Heidenreich runs over but is taken down by a hurracanrana. Funaki pins Heidenreich but gets two. Funaki gets up straight away but is thrown back into a corner by Heidenreich. Heidenreich starts punching Funaki. The referee tries to brake it up but Heidenreich pushes him away. Funaki low blows Heidenreich and then takes him down with the drop toe hold.
Funaki then pins Heidenreich, who kicks out at two. Heidenreich gets up and applies a headlock but uses the ropes. The referee tries to get Heidenreich away, but Heidenreich pushes the referee down. Funaki hip tosses Heidenreich into the ring. Heidenreich gets up and Funaki kicks him in the mid-section and then uses the sunset flip. The referee counts fast and Funaki wins.

Winner at 5:21 Funaki

Backstage we see the Hurricane again, and we see it’s Bill DeMott who is following Hurricane, now de-masked. Hurricane though starts to run and loses DeMott, who looks angry. He turns round and knocks the cameraman over.

Hurricane vs. Test

Hurricane’s music plays and Helms runs to the ring. He taunts and Test’s music plays. Test walks out from backstage and enters. Both men start the match with a handshake, but Test kicks Hurricane in the mid-section and the applies the bearhug. Test has the hold in for about a minute, but Hurricane manages to low blow Test when the referee isn’t looking. Hurricane then takes Test down a drop toe hold. Hurricane then gets up and waits for Test to get up. Test turns round into a chokeslam. Hurricane covers Test, who kicks out at two. Test gets up and then takes Hurricane down with a pump-handle slam. Test covers Hurricane, who kicks out at two. Test then goes for the big boot but Hurricane ducks. Hurricane then hits the Eye of the Hurricane and gets the win.

Winner at 4:12 Hurricane Helms

Backstage we see the FBI standing around in their locker room. Nunzio calls them together and whispers something to them. They each go back to what they were doing with smiles on their faces.

Backstage we now see Richards and Dreamer who are training in the training room.

Hurricane is backstage again, and DeMott has once again found him. Hurricane turns round and DeMott goes to attack him. Hurricane ducks though and Hurricane runs away. Hurricane runs to the parking lot and drives away on the Hurricycle. The camera’s go back to the arena.

Chris Nowinski vs. Rikishi

Too Cool’s music plays and Rikishi walks to the ring to a decent pop. Rodney Mack’s music plays and out walks Chris Nowinski with Theodore Long. They make their way to the ring. Nowinski enters the ring and is attacked immediately by Rikishi. Rikishi punches and kicks Nowinski in the mid-section. Rikishi Irish whips Nowinski into the opposite corner and goes for the squash but Nowinski comes fight back with a clothesline. Nowinski pins Rikishi, who kicks out at one. Nowinski gets Rikishi up and goes for the powerbomb but Rikishi reverses it into a spine buster by lifting Nowinski up and slamming him down. Rikishi gets Nowinski up and Irish whips him into the corner. Rikishi follows it up by squashing Nowinski. Nowinski falls down and Rikishi uses the Stink Face. Rikishi drags Nowinski into the ring and hits the Banzai Drop and wins.

Winner at 4:35 Rikishi

Commercial Brake

Funaki is backstage with Rue.

Rue: Funaki, tonight you have defeated John Heidenreich in an inter-promotional match. Are you thinking of becoming a full time wrestler again?

Funaki: I am Smackdown’s former Number One Announcer. I am now going to be full time wrestler, and hope to win the WWE Cruiserweight championship.

Rue: Well that’s good news, but who do you think will be Smackdown’s new number one announcer?

Funaki: Tazz, because he used to wrestle and can give a better insight to wrestling.

Rue: Thank You Funaki

The camera’s cut back to the arena.

Victoria and Ivory vs. Gail Kim and Jacqueline

Victoria’s music plays in the arena and she walks to the ring waving to the fans. Ivory is out next and she walks to the ring. Jacqueline’s music hits and they both walk out. They enter the ring slowly and taunt the crowd. Jacqueline and Ivory start the match off with Ivory getting the headlock applied. Jacqueline goes to the ropes and pushes Ivory away and is taken down with a clothesline. Ivory covers Jacqueline who kicks out. Both women get up and Jacqueline tags in Kim. Kim runs at Ivory only to be knocked down with a kick. Ivory drags Kim over to the ropes and tags in Victoria. Victoria hits the revolving leg drop over the top rope and then covers Kim to get two. Victoria gets Kim up and Irish whips her into the ropes and hits a side walk slam. Gail Kim roles over to her corner and tags in Jacqueline. Jacqueline re-tags Kim in, who tags Jacqueline back in. Victoria kicks Kim out of the ring and suplexs Jacqueline back into the ring. Victoria goes over to Ivory and tags her in. Ivory gets into the ring and Jacqueline goes for the clothesline but Ivory ducks and kicks Jacqueline in the mid-section. Ivory hits Poison Ivory and gets the three count.

Winners at 4:52 Victoria and Ivory

La Resistance and Rob Conway are backstage. The camera man is outside and we can hear some mumbling. Rene Dupree walks out and pushes the camera man out of the way, and slams the door.

We then see the APA and Orlando Jordan leaving the office and walking down a corridor.

FBI vs. APA and Orlando Jordan

The FBI make their way to the ring and they looked pumped up. The FBI enter the ring and they taunt the crowd. The APA’s music starts and Bradshaw and Faarooq run to the ring. They enter the ring and start beating down on the FBI. Faarooq takes Palumbo into one corner and Bradshaw takes Stamboli into the other. Nunzio jumps on Faarooq’s back and Orlando Jordan’s music plays. Faarooq backs up into the corner and releases the hold and Bradshaw hits the clothesline from hell. Orlando Jordan enters the ring and pins Nunzio, but Palumbo brakes the pin up. Stamboli knocks Faarooq off the apron. Faarooq
runs after Stamboli. Faarooq stops at a corner and walks back facing that post. Bradshaw walks up behind the post and kicks Palumbo out. In the ring Jordan gives Nunzio a DDT. Jordan picks Nunzio up and goes for the scoop slam but Nunzio reverses it and dropkicks Jordan’s legs. Nunzio then locks in the Sicilian Crab. Jordan gets to the ropes and Nunzio releases the hold. The referee is distracted by Faarooq beating up Palumbo and Stamboli and Bradshaw gets in the ring and hits the clothesline from hell to Nunzio. Jordan pins him and gets the win.

Winners at 3:45 the APA and Orlando Jordan

Bill DeMott is walking back down a corridor, and he looks very annoyed that Hurricane escaped. Chris Nowinski walks past him and DeMott turns round and throws him into an anvil case. DeMott then throws him into a wall and carries on walking.

Spike Dudley vs. Bill DeMott

Spike enters the ring to a decent pop. He runs to the ring and when he enters DeMott’s music plays. He walks to the ring with an angry look on his face. He gets in the ring and is attacked by Spike Dudley with right forearm smashes. Spike Irish whips DeMott into the corner but DeMott reverses and follows it up with the squash. DeMott then military presses Spike in the centre of the ring. DeMott covers Spike who kicks out at two. DeMott picks Spike up and throws him into the corner. DeMott goes for the second splash but Spike moves. Spike moves behind DeMott and trips him up and gets the pin. DeMott throws Spike off at two. DeMott gets up and Spike kicks him in the mid-section and then hits the Dudley Dog. Spike covers DeMott who kicks out at two. DeMott gets up and Irish whips Spike into the corner and suplexs him back out. DeMott climbs to the top rope and hits No Laughing Matter.

Winner at 3:45 Bill DeMott

Commercial Brake

We come from the brake and DeMott sees Spike backstage. He grabs Spike and throws him through a window before carrying on. He walks past Nowinski again, who is still out cold. DeMott walks on and some EMT’s and referees enter and help both Nowinski and Spike.

La Resistance and Rob Conway vs. Rosey, Maven and Rico

The French music plays through the arena and out walk La Resistance and Rob Conway. La Resistance and Rob Conway enter the ring waving the French flag. The Tough Enough music airs in the arena and out walks Maven, Rico and Rosey. They enter the ring and La Resistance and Conway go to the outside. They celebrate and from behind La Resistance and Conway attack them. Conway throws Maven to the outside and La Resistance double clothesline Rosey out of the ring. They then turn and attack Rico. They start punching Rico, however Rico fights back with right hands and knocks Dupree out of the ring. Rico Irish whips Grenier into the ropes and then knocks him down with a straight martial arts kick. Rico goes to the top rope but Grenier knocks him back down into the tree of woe. Grenier starts kicking Rico and then tags in Rob Conway. Conway enters the ring and picks Rico off the floor and gives him a scoop slam. Conway starts celebrating and Rico makes the tag to Rosey. Rosey enters the ring and Irish whips Conway into a corner/ Rosey follows it up with a big splash in the corner. Conway falls out of the corner and is out on his back. Rosey climbs to the top rope and hits the Split Legged Moonsault. Rosey covers Conway but Dupree brakes the pin up. Maven gets in the ring and dropkicks Conway out of the ring. Grenier takes Maven and Rico out of the ring. Rosey turns round into a double flapjack from La Resistance. Dupree throws Conway back in the ring and puts him on top of Rosey. La Resistance battle Maven and Rico and Conway picks up the three count.

Winners at 7:12 La Resistance and Rob Conway

Backstage Theodore Long is hyping Mack and Henry up. He continues to talk and Jazz walks in.

Jazz: Good luck tonight, not that you need it to defeat those two losers.

Mack, Henry and Long then walk off.

Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade vs. Mark Henry and Rodney Mack w/ Theodore Long

Music plays through the music and out walk Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade. They enter the ring to a mini pop. Next out is Mark Henry and Rodney Mack, who are being accompanied by Theodore Long. They enter the ring and the two teams go toe to toe. Jindrak and Cade turn round and Mack and Henry attack them from behind. Henry and Jindrak start the match with Henry backing Jindrak into a corner and punching him. Henry goes to the centre of the ring and Jindrak runs into the ring but Henry military press’s Jindrak. Henry then leg drops Jindrak and pins him, but only gets two. Henry gets Jindrak up and scoop slams him. He tags in Rodney Mack who enters the ring and picks Jindrak up. Mack then takes Jindrak down with a suplex. Mack taunts the crowd and Jindrak stands up. Mack turns round into a drop-kick from Jindrak. Jindrak walks over and makes the tag to Cade. Cade enters the ring and goes to work with six right hands and then Irish whips Mack. Cade then hits the back body drop on Mack. Cade hits Henry and then goes back to work on Mack with kicks to the head. Cade picks Mack up, who manages to hit a spine buster on Cade. Mack tags Henry back in now and Henry hits the big splash but Cade moves out of the way. He goes to tag in Jindrak but Henry holds onto his leg and drags him back to the centre of the ring. Henry gets up and draws Jindrak into the ring. Mack hits the Black Out on Cade and gets out of the ring. The referee sends Jindrak out and Mack takes Jindrak off the apron whilst Henry covers Cade, who gets a foot on the ropes. Henry gets Cade up and hits the Worlds Strongest Man Slam and gets the win.

Winners at 5:45 Rodney Mack and Mark Henry

Steven Richards is backstage with Victoria, and Dreamer walks in.

Tommy Dreamer: Are you ready for tonight’s match Steven?

Steven Richards: I was born ready. Oh, and don’t forget, we’re fighting for the honour of ECW, so give it your best.

Dreamer nods and walks off.

Akio and Sakoda vs. Scotty Too Hotty and Paul London

Tajiri’s music plays in the arena and out walk Akio and Sakoda. They enter the ring with smiles on their faces. Scotty’s music plays and Scotty enters the arena dancing. He stops before entering the ring and then London’s music plays. Paul London runs to the ring and both enter the ring. Akio and Sakoda get the immediate upper hand by kicking both of them when they enter the ring. Akio Irish whips London and drop-kicks him down. Akio then pins London but London kicks out. Akio gets up quickly and hits the elbow drop but London moves out of the way. London and Akio get up at the same time and London hits the hurracanrana on Akio. London gets up and gets Akio up and Irish whips him into the corner. London runs up and then monkey flips him back into the ring. London them tags Scotty. Scotty gets in the ring and bulldogs Akio. He jumps around and then starts the worm but Sakoda gets in the ring and hits the reverse DDT. Sakoda exits the ring and Akio roles Scotty over and pins him but Scotty kicks out at two. Akio tags in Sakoda who runs into the ring and gets Scotty up and then hits a suplex. Sakoda goes to work on Scotty with kicks to the head. Sakoda gets Scotty up and Irish whips him into a corner. Sakoda goes for the clothesline in the corner but Scotty moves out of the way and runs and tags in London. Scotty runs to the other side of the ring and brings in Akio. Akio and Scotty fight and Scotty bulldogs Akio and hits the worm. Scotty roles Akio out of the way and London takes Sakoda down with a powerbomb and climbs to the top rope. London then hits the Shooting Star Press to pick up the win.

Winners at 5:45 Scotty Too Hotty and Paul London

Commercial Brake

A video shows, and at the end it says the final decision, and a logo of WCW vs. ECW shows.

Steven Richards and Tommy Dreamer vs. Chris Kanyon and Sean O’Haire

Steven Richards and Tommy Dreamer walk out to the WWE’s version of ECW’s music. They enter the ring and taunt to the fans. Some new music plays and out walks O’Haire and Kanyon. Kanyon and Dreamer start off in the ring. Dreamer goes on the offensive first throwing a few right hands in and Irish whips Kanyon into the ropes and delivers a back body drop. Dreamer picks Kanyon up and Irish whips him into his corner. He then drives his elbow into Kanyon and tags in Richards. Steven starts kicking Kanyon in the mid-section and then snap-mares him into the centre of the ring. Steven then pins Kanyon who kicks out. Richards then applies a sleeper hold. Kanyon begins to fade and looks out of it. O’Haire though gets in the ring and brakes the sleeper hold. O’Haire powerbombs Richards and then knocks Dreamer of the apron. O’Haire goes to the outside and picks Dreamer up. O’Haire then military press’s Dreamer and throws him onto the barricade. O’Haire walks back to his corner and is tagged in by Kanyon. O’Haire gets in the ring and hits two kicks to the head and then Irish whips Richards. O’Haire runs at Richards in the corner and O’Haire’s shoulder goes to the steel. Richards makes it to his corner but Dreamer isn’t there. O’Haire tags in Kanyon who goes over to Richards and hits the double arm DDT. Kanyon pins Richards but Dreamer brakes it up from the outside. O’Haire goes to the outside and beats up Dreamer and Kanyon hits the Flatliner on Richards in the ring to get the win.

Winners at 7:15 Sean O’Haire and Chris Kanyon

O’Haire and Kanyon shout at Richards and Dreamer saying WCW was better. Victoria comes out to check on Richards, but Kanyon hits the Flatliner on her as well.

Backstage Molly is pacing with her Women’s title mumbling to herself. She looks up and starts putting in some last minute training. The cameras cut to Lita, who is looking very confident with herself.

WWE Women’s Title Match

Molly Holly vs. Lita


Molly Holly enters the arena holding her Women’s Title up. Molly walks to the ring and continues to hold her title up. Lita’s music plays and she runs to the ring. The match starts with both women throwing lefts and rights. Molly gets the upper hand after a single leg take down. Molly hits the leg drop. Molly gets Lita up and Irish whips her into the corner. Molly his the hand spring to elbow and then the bulldog out of the corner. Molly goes to the top rope. A few seconds later Lita is up and turns round and Molly goes for the Molly Go Round. Lita moves and Molly lands on her feet. Lita roles her up in school boy, but Molly kicks out at two. Both women get up and Lita
is taken with a clothesline. Molly turns Lita over and then locks in a bow and arrow. Molly has the hold in for about twenty seconds damaging the neck, but Lita doesn’t tap and Molly stops the submission. Molly gets up and hits the leg drop on Lita. Molly then pins Lita, who kicks out at two. Molly gets up and picks Lita up and Irish whips her into the ropes. Lita takes Molly down with a clothesline and flips up. Lita then Irish whips Molly into the corner and brings her back into the centre of the ring with a snap-mare. Lita climbs to the top rope and hits the moonsault, but Molly’s moved. Molly climbs to the top rope and Lita stands up and walks into the Molly Go Round. Molly pins Lita for the victory.

Winner at 6:45 and still Women’s Champion, Molly Holly

Commercial Brake


Wrestlemania XX

Wrestlemania starts off with huge pyro technics.

JR: Hello everybody and welcome to Wrestlemania XX. I’m along here with Jerry Lawler. Tonight King is going to be a fantastic night.

Jerry Lawler: Yeah it will JR, and Heat was awesome as well. And I see you’ve got the cough links on.

JR: I always bring them out for Wrestlemania King. We’ll send you down now to our Smackdown colleagues Michael Cole and Tazz.

Michael Cole: Thank You JR and King. Tazz, as JR said it’s going to be a great night.

Tazz: That’s right, it’s going to be a Rocketbuster tonight.

Michael Cole: Well now lets hand you over to our Spanish colleagues Hugo Savinvovich and Carlos Canberra.

Hugo and Carlos start talking and eventually the camera’s cut backstage.

We go to the parking lot, and we see and extra long limousine arrive. The cameraman walks down the Limo and at the end Mr. McMahon steps out with Linda.

Vince: Linda, I’m scared. I don’t want to lose the WWE. It’s my life Linda, I’ve spent all my life bringing it up. Kind of like a third child, it’s my livelihood.

Linda: I know Vince, but you got yourself in this mess. I just wish that you’d back down.

Vince: I can’t back down. I’ve faced tough challenges. Guys like: Shane, Austin, Taker and Hogan. There’s no way I can back down, the fear people have of me would be gone. Guys fear me Linda, and I can’t back down.

Linda: Well why did you put the rights to the WWE on the line?

Vince: Winner takes all Linda. Just like at the Survivor Series, and look how that turned out.

Linda: We had Kurt in the alliance, and we tricked them. We don’t have that tonight. Plus look what happened the last time you fought, you lost.

Vince: Only because you and Trish turned on me. I had Shane were I wanted him Linda, and you stopped me.

Linda: Look Vince, you can beat up your employees, it’s there job to fight. I won’t let you hurt my children the way you wanted to that night.

Vince: Let’s go, if this is my last night then I want to at least go out in a match that people will remember.

Vince and Linda now walk off.


WWE Hardcore Championship

Al Snow vs. Big Boss Man


“What was does everyone want?” blasts through the arena and walks Al Snow who gets a decent pop. Al Snow then hides under a large stop sign. The Boss Man walks out to a load of heat. The Boss Man walks past the stop sign. Snow gets from under the stop sign and hits the Boss Man with it. Al Snow then Irish whips Boss Man into the barricade but Boss Man comes straight back on the offence with an Irish whip of his own. Boss Man walks to the ring with Al Snow in a headlock. Al Snow battles out at ringside with elbows to the gut. Al Snow ducks a clothesline from the Boss Man and starts punching the kidneys of Boss Man. Boss Man then gets his night stick and smacks it over Al Snows head. Boss Man then throws Al Snow into the ring and gets a table from under the ring. The Boss Man sets the table up and turns round to a baseball slide from Al Snow. The Boss Man falls onto the table and Al Snow climbs to the moonsault and goes for the moonsault but the Boss Man moves out of the way. The Boss Man roles Al Snow onto his back and pins him but only manages to get a two count. The Boss Man grabs his night stick and re-attaches it to his belt and then grabs Al Snow by the hair. The Boss Man drags Al Snow to the back where Al Snow gets the upper hand again with a battle to the head. Al Snow picks a black board up and smacks it over the Boss Man’s head. Boss Man falls back and Al Snow grabs a bowling ball. Al Snow then roles the ball and the Boss Man narrowly misses it. Boss Man grabs a potted plant and throws it at Al Snow in the mid-section. The Boss Man finds a box of toilet roles and throws it at Al Snow. The Boss Man then finds a broom. The Boss Man hits the mid-section of Al Snow with the broom and then smacks it over Al Snows back. Al Snow falls towards the Boss Man who ducks a clothesline and starts to strangle Al Snow with a garden hose. Al Snow fights back with elbows to the mid-section but the Boss Man Irish whips him into a rising door. The Boss Man tells the person to lift it up. Al Snow kicks the Boss Man in the mid-section and Irish whips the Boss Man into the rising door. Al Snow then grabs another stop sign and hits the Boss Man on the head with it. Al Snow then Irish whips the Boss Man into a car. Al Snow then takes the Boss Man outside and throws the Boss Man into a wooden stop sign. The Boss Man then hits Al Snow over the head with the wooden stop sign and then locks in a head lock on Al Snow. The Boss Man runs across a road. The Boss Man then throws Al Snow onto some plastic tables, which brake. The Boss Man goes for the cover but Al Snow kicks out at two. The Boss Man then Irish whips him through the window of a Fish and Chip shop. The Boss Man walks through the door and grabs the yellow pages and hits Al Snow over the head with it. The Boss Man takes Al Snow back to the outside and they end up in a bar. The Boss Man then throws Al Snow into the bar. A fan hits the Boss Man, who retaliates back with a right hand. Al Snow fights back with a chain shot to the head. The Boss Man is knocked down. Al Snow eventually picks the Boss Man up, who is busted up. Al Snow then takes the Boss Man into the toilets. Al Snow then tries to feed the Boss Man a urine cake, but Boss Man fights back. The Boss Man throws him back out. Al Snow starts fighting back with rights to the kidney of the Boss Man. They end up outside again and the Boss Man throws Al Snow into a wall. Al Snow turns back round and takes a shot from the night stick. Al Snow falls down and the Boss Man covers but only gets two. The Boss Man can’t believe it and throws Al Snow back into the wall. They fight down the street and end up in a supermarket. When they enter Al Snow fights back with a trolley to the Boss Man’s legs. The Boss Man falls into the fruit area. Al Snow then starts grabbing fruit and throwing at the Boss Man. The Boss Man runs into the frozen foods section and is followed by Al Snow. The Boss Man hits Al Snow in the head with a frozen chicken. Al Snow falls down and the Boss Man opens a freezer door. The Boss Man picks Al Snow up and locks him in the freezer. Eventually the Boss Man lets him fall out. The Boss Man then covers Al Snow but only gets two. The Boss Man can not believe it and when he turns round a lady hits him with her handbag. The Boss Man though pushes the lady away and someone catches her. The Boss Man then takes Al Snow back to the fruit section. The Boss Man then hits the Boss Man slam in the grapes section. The Boss Man and Al Snow are covered in grape juice and the Boss Man pins Al Snow to win the Hardcore title.

Winner at 12:51 and new WWE Hardcore Champion the Big Boss Man

Highlights from Wrestlemania 1 play. The only match is Hulk Hogan and Mr T. vs. Paul Orndoff and Roddy Piper (Muhammed Ali – Special Referee).

John Cena is with Marc Lloyd. Cena cuts a promo on how he is going to take Hardcore to school tonight in their chain match and that Hardcore will never be the same again.

Table Elimination

Tajiri vs. Jaime Noble vs. Rey Mysterio


All three men get into the ring, and the match begins. Tajiri and Noble immediately double team Mysterio. Noble and Tajiri come at Mysterio with kicks to the mid-section and to the head. They back him into a corner. Tajiri goes to the opposite corner and Noble holds Mysterio. Tajiri then hits the hand spring to elbow on Mysterio. They double Irish whip Mysterio into the ropes and kick him the mid-section. Noble then hits the Tiger Bomb on Mysterio. Noble and Tajiri kick Mysterio in the head. They pick him up and Irish whip him again, but Mysterio hits a double cross body. Mysterio picks Tajiri up, and takes him back up with a hurracanrana. Mysterio picks Noble up, but Tajiri grabs Mysterio’s foot. Noble then DDT’s Mysterio. Noble goes to the outside and sets a table up. Noble re-enters the ring. Tajiri is kicking Mysterio in the head and Noble and Tajiri pick Mysterio up. Tajiri moves to the corner and Noble runs against the ropes and Tajiri hits one of his martial arts kicks and Noble falls over the top rope and through the table.

Elimination 1: Jaime Noble.

Tajiri turns round to Mysterio and is taken down by a hurracanrana. Mysterio and Tajiri get up and Mysterio hits the springboard cross body. Mysterio and Tajiri both get up and Mysterio tries to scoop slam Tajiri who reverses it and trips Mysterio up. Tajiri hits a leg drop and then roles under the ring. Tajiri then grabs a table and puts it in the ring. Tajiri re-enters the ring and sets the table up in the corner. Tajiri goes back to work on Mysterio with kicks to the head. Tajiri picks Mysterio up and Mysterio punches Tajiri in the mid-section. Tajiri runs at Mysterio who drop toe holds him into the middle rope. Mysterio then hits the 619 but Tajiri moves and sprays him with green mist. Tajiri picks Mysterio up and hip tosses him through the table to win.

Winner at 8:15 Tajiri

The Big Boss Man is walking backstage with his Hardcore title. Tommy Dreamer attacks him from behind. Dreamer turns Boss Man round and is knocked out by an iron pipe shot. Boss Man runs out of the arena and is met by Al Snow again. Snow ducks a clothesline and punches Boss Man in the kidneys. Snow turns Boss Man round and is knocked out with the iron pipe.

Wrestlemania highlights from Wrestlemania 2 play. The only match is Hulk Hogan vs. King Kong Bundy Cage match (Robert Conrad was the Special Referee).

Chain Match

John Cena vs. Hardcore Holly


“So, you think you’re untouchable?” airs through the arena and out walks John Cena, who gets a massive pop. John Cena then grabs a microphone and cuts a rap. Cena enters the ring and the referee puts the chain on his arm. “How do you like me now?” starts and out walks Hardcore Holly, to a lot of heat. Hardcore Holly runs to the ring but stops at the outside. He grabs Cena’s legs and pulls him to the outside. Hardcore throws three right hands and then a drop-kick. Hardcore grabs the chain and puts it around his wrist. He wraps it around Cena’s neck and re-enters the ring. Hardcore pulls Cena into the ring post and then starts choking him. After about 20 seconds Hardcore walks towards the pole and Cena takes the chain from around his neck and pulls Holly into the corner. Cena then enters the ring quickly and throws right hands at Hardcore. Cena backs up into the middle of the ring and hits the clothesline in the corner. Hardcore stumbles out and Cena hits the Throwback. Cena covers Hardcore but can only get two. Cena picks Hardcore up and goes for a suplex, which Hardcore reverses into his own suplex. Hardcore Holly picks Cena up and puts his upper body on the ropes and lifts his legs in the air, and hits the low blow. Cena falls to the outside, dragging Hardcore with him. Both are down for about six seconds, and both get up. Cena has taken his chain off and knocks Hardcore down. Cena picks Hardcore up and throws him back in the ring. Cena follows him in and hits seven kicks to Hardcore Holly’s head, and follows it up with a choke hold. Cena gets up and drags Hardcore to the middle of the ring using the chain. Cena goes to the top rope but Hardcore pulls on the chain bringing Cena back in the ring. Hardcore roles over and puts his hand over Cena, who kicks out at two. Hardcore picks Cena up and hits the Falcon Arrow. Hardcore Holly pins Cena, but only gets two. Hardcore gets up and is livid with the referee. Hardcore is talking with the referee when Cena low blows Hardcore with the chain, and gets up. Cena then hits the FU and pins Hardcore and gets the win.

Winner at 9:12 John Cena

Wrestlemania Highlights: The cameras show a video showing highlights of the Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant encounter at Wrestlemania 3.

Commercial Brake

Edge vs. A-Train

Edge’s music starts to play and out walks Edge. Edge walks to the ring to a huge pop. Edge enters the ring and the fans are still cheering. A bell sounds through the arena and the fans change from cheering to booing. A-Train walks out and taunts at the top of ramp. A-Train walks to the ring and enters. Edge turns round to talk to the referee and A-Train clotheslines the back of his head. A-Train Irish whips Edge into the corner and squashes him in the corner. A-Train Irish whips Edge into the opposite corner and follows Edge into the corner with a splash. A-Train backs off and nails the stalling suplex. A-Train then pins Edge, who kicks out at two. A-Train Irish whips Edge and then clotheslines him down. Edge is laying on the bottom rope and A-Train hits the decapitator. A-Train then pins Edge, who kicks out again at two. A-Train picks Edge up and Irish whips him into the corner. A-Train runs at Edge, who manages to slide to the outside. Edge goes to the top rope and then clotheslines A-Train down. Edge then pins A-Train who kicks out at one. A-Train and Edge both get up and A-Train gets the upper hand with six punches to the gut, followed with a DDT. A-Train picks Edge up and knocks him back down with a clothesline. A-Train goes to pick Edge up again, but Edge roles him up in a small cradle, but only gets two. Edge gets up, as does A-Train and Edge hits the spear. Edge pins A-Train but gets a two count. Edge is up first, and A-Train gets up about 5 seconds later. Edge clotheslines him down. A-Train gets back up and is clotheslined back down again. Edge then locks in the figure four Edge lock. A-Train is about to tap, but manages to reach the ropes. Edge is forced to release the hold and stalks A-Train. A-Train stands up and dodges a spear from Edge. Edge’s head goes smashing into the middle turnbuckle and Edge staggers back out of the corner. A-Train nails the Derailer and pins Edge, but only gets two. A-Train can’t believe it and argues with the referee. A-Train turns round to a kick to the mid-section from Edge and then the Edgececuttion. Edge then pins A-Train to pick up the victory.

Winner at 9:12 Edge

There are now highlights from Wrestlemania 4 of Randy Savage vs. Ted DiBiase.

Shawn Michaels is backstage with Marc Lloyd.

Marc Lloyd: Tonight Shawn Michaels you take on Ric Flair, a formidable opponent. He’s a former 16 time World champion, but is your mind going to be side tracked by the return of Bret Hart?

Shawn Michaels: Ric Flair is a challenge for anyone. He’s 55 years old and still one of the best in the business, I just wish when I’m 55 I’ll be as good as Flair. But you see, I’m not bothered about Hart. I have to focus on Flair, otherwise I might as well not go to the match, but I know we’ll meet sometime today.

Shawn Michaels now walks off and the camera’s cut back to the arena.

Four Corners Evening Gown Contest

We come back to the ring and Sable, Torrie Wilson, Stacy Kiebler and Jackie Gayda are in the ring with their evening gowns on, with Jerry Lawler in the ring.

Jerry Lawler: New York are you ready for the Four Corners Evening Gown Contest?

The Crowd goes wild screaming.

Jerry Lawler: Well ladies and gentlemen, our first contestant Jackie Gayda.

Gayda takes her gown off and taunts the crowd.

Jerry Lawler: Well that’s going to be hard to beat. But now the second contestant Stacy Kiebler.

Stacy now takes her gown off and taunts the crowd.

Jerry Lawler: This is going to be hard to judge JR. Now, we’ve got the first of our two Playboy contestants, Sable.

Sable also now takes her gown off and taunts.

Jerry Lawler: Now our final contestant, Torrie Wilson.

Torrie now takes her gown off and taunts.

Jerry Lawler: Well a fantastic performance there by…

Torrie Wilson: King, I wasn’t finished yet.

Jerry Lawler: If it’s alright with our other contestants.

Stacy, Sable and Jackie all agree.

Torrie continues to taunt and takes her bra off to reveal her ‘puppies’, which are covered by flowers.

The crowd goes crazy.

Sable: Well I’m not finished either.

Sable then does the same, however she has smaller flowers.

Jerry Lawler’s eyes are almost out of his sockets.

Jerry Lawler: No more. Please, I have to commentate tonight. Well, New York what do you think. What about Stacy?

The crowd goes into a wild amount of cheering.

Jerry Lawler: Jackie Gayda.

The crowd again goes wild.

Jerry Lawler: Torrie Wilson

The fans go crazy for Torrie.

Jerry Lawler: Sable.

The fans cheer louder than ever before.

Jerry Lawler: Your winner representing Smackdown, Sable.

Sable: Thanks King, but I want to give my commiseration’s to the other
contestants.

All four women enter the centre of the ring and hug each other and then leave.

Wrestlemania 5 highlights play in the arena, showing highlights of the match between Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage.

Gimmick Battle Royal
Participants: George “The Animal” Steel, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Irwin R Schyster, Iron Shiek, Hillbilly Jim, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Nikolai Volkoff, Kamala, Kimchee, Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, Honkey Tonk Man, “Superstar” Billy Graham, Sgt. Slaughter, James E Cornette, Doink the Clown, Gobeldy Gooker, Easter Bunny, Koko B Ware, Repo Man, Tugboat, Earthquake, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, Papa Shango and Razor Ramon.


All of the men enter the ring, and the match begins. The Easter Bunny is the first to get knocked out by Papa Shango. Snuka goes to eliminate Shango, who low blows Snuka. The Gobeldy Gooker is quickly eliminated by the Honkey Tonk Man. George Steele then eliminates Honkey Tonk Man, and Koko B Ware walks up behind Steele and throws him out. Earthquake and Tugboat are battling and Tugboat is partially over the ropes. Volkoff and Shiek walk over and double team both men and throw them over the top rope. Razor Ramon and Papa Shango are battling in one corner, as are Sgt. Slaughter and James Cornette. Kimchee is the next elimination, after Kamala clotheslines him over the top rope. IRS walks over and throws Kamala over the top. Hillbilly Jim and Jim Duggan eliminate IRS, and then Volkoff and Shiek throw Hillbilly and Duggan out. Repo Man is eliminated when Doink clotheslines him over the top, but Doink also eliminates himself. Billy Graham is eliminated by Cornette, who is taken out by Brutus Beefcake. Beefcake is eliminated by Slaughter. Steamboat goes to clothesline Sgt. Slaughter out, but Sgt. Slaughter side steps Steamboat, who goes flying over the ropes, but he holds on. Slaughter though kicks his leg, and Steamboat falls to the mat. The Shiek and Volkoff walks over to Shango and Ramon. Ramon is eliminated by Shiek, but Volkoff gets eliminated by Shango. Papa Shango is eliminated after getting clotheslined out by the Iron Shiek.

Winner at 4:53 the Iron Shiek

Highlights show of the Wrestlemania 6 match between the Ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan.

Commercial Brake

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Ladder Match

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Ultimo Dragon vs. Billy Kidman


Ultimo Dragon’s music hits and Ultimo walks out into the arena to a major pop. Kidman’s music hits next, and Kidman gets a big pop as well. Kidman and Ultimo start in the ring with a tie up, which sees Ultimo get a head lock on Kidman. Kidman goes to the ropes and pushes Ultimo off. Kidman lowers his head but Ultimo holds on to the ropes and then hits the sunset flip on Kidman but only gets a two count. Both men get up and Ultimo is met with a drop kick from Kidman. Kidman backs Ultimo into the corner and puts Ultimo on the top turnbuckle. Kidman goes up top but Ultimo punches Kidman and pushes him off. Ultimo jumps onto the apron and goes to the floor. Ultimo goes under the ring and drags out a ladder. Ultimo puts the ladder on the apron but Kidman dropkicks it back into Ultimo’s face. Kidman picks the ladder up and sets it up in the ring. Ultimo stands up and Kidman hits the crossbody block over the top rope and connects on Ultimo. Kidman picks Ultimo up and throws him into the barricade. Kidman takes the top of the announce table off and hits Ultimo with it. Ultimo runs to the other side of the ring and sets up a table. Kidman runs back and throws Ultimo in the ring. Kidman then throws Ultimo out of the ring near the table. Kidman rushes to the outside but Ultimo uses a combination of kicks on Kidman and then throws him on the table. Ultimo gets back up on the apron and hits the Asai moonsault on Kidman, driving him through the table. Ultimo then throws a trash can into the ring and throws Kidman in. Ultimo gets in but is meet with a leg drop from Billy Kidman. Billy Kidman grabs the trashcan and hits Ultimo with it. Ultimo is down and Kidman drags him to the corner and puts the trashcan on him. Kidman climbs to the top rope and hits the Shooting Star Press, driving the trashcan through Ultimo. Kidman pins Ultimo but only gets a two count. Kidman gets up and grabs the ladder. Kidman has the ladder length ways over his shoulder and is going to drive it into Ultimo. Kidman runs at Ultimo with the ladder but Ultimo drops and drop toe holds Kidman. Kidman falls over and the ladder hits the second turnbuckle. Kidman falls down and Ultimo drags the ladder to the opposite corner and sets it up in the corner. Ultimo goes back to Kidman and stomps away at his mid-section and then Ultimo picks him up. Ultimo drags him to the other side of the ring and then trips him up. Ultimo then climbs the ladder and hits a moonsault. Ultimo pins him but only gets two. Ultimo picks Kidman up and hits a tiger suplex, and then picks him up again and hits the double chicken wing suplex. Ultimo again picks him up and hits an Aztec suplex. Ultimo climbs the ladder again and hits the corkscrew moonsault. Ultimo goes back up top and hits the 450 splash. Ultimo covers him but Kidman kicks out. Ultimo gets up and picks Kidman up who low blows him. Kidman then hits a fireman carry head breaker and goes for the win but Ultimo kicks out at two. Kidman Irish whips Ultimo into the ladder face first and then runs up the ladder and hits a Dudley dog. Kidman gets up immediately and then goes up top. Kidman goes for the Shooting Star Press but Ultimo roles out of the way. Ultimo roles back over and pushes Kidman on to his back and covers him. Kidman kicks out. Kidman and Ultimo eventually stand up and both start throwing weak lefts and rights. Ultimo eventually scores with a low blow and hits the side Russian leg sweep on Kidman. Ultimo goes to the top rope and hits the 450 splash and pins Kidman for the one, two, three.

Winner at 18:56 and still WWE Cruiserweight Champion Ultimo Dragon

Ultimo Dragon helps Billy Kidman up and both stand in the ring to a huge ovation. Ultimo extends his hand and Kidman shakes Ultimo’s hand. The two leave the arena together with the fans still cheering.

Rowdy Roddy Piper is backstage and there are some bagpipe players.

Rowdy Roddy Piper: Are you ready for tonight? I’m representing my home nation Scotland, and I want those bagpipes played the best they ever have tonight.

The camera’s now leave the backstage area.

There are now highlights of the Sgt. Slaughter vs. Hulk Hogan match from Wrestlemania 7.

Tables, Ladders and Chairs 5 for the World Tag Team Titles

Hardy Boyz vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Christian and Lance Storm


First out are the Hardy Boyz. Matt and Jeff come out to a huge pop and enter the ring. Next come the Dudley Boyz. Bubba and D-Von walk to the ring to another huge pop. Christian and Lance Storm walk out with the Canadian flags. They to enter the ring, but to a lot of heat. All six men look up at the Tag Team Titles. The Hardyz attack Christian and the Dudleyz attack Storm. They back them into opposite corners. The Dudleyz and Hardyz Irish whip them into each other. They fall back and Bubba and Jeff clothesline them both down. D-Von brings a table into the ring and Matt brings in a ladder. D-Von picks Storm up and passes him to Bubba in a atomic drop style move. The Hardyz meanwhile have set a ladder up in the ring and Jeff is climbing the ladder as Matt climbs to the top rope. Bubba Dudley powerbombs Storm through the table. Meanwhile the Matt Hardy jumps on Christian with a leg drop whilst Jeff hits the splash. The Hardyz get up and confront the Dudleyz in the middle of the ring. They shake hands and crowd cheers. Dudleyz turn round and Hardyz attack from behind. Matt gets the ladder and he and Jeff run at the Dudleyz with the ladder and knock them down. The Dudleyz fall to the outside and set up two tables. The Hardyz climb the ladder and go for the titles but Lance Storm dropkicks the ladder. Matt and Jeff fall off the ladder and are driven through two tables. Lance Storm goes to climb the ladder and almost gets the World Tag Team titles but D-Von uses a ladder from the outside to knock the ladder inside down and Storm falls on the ropes and back into the ring. D-Von enters the ring and starts to fight Christian into the corner. D-Von gets Christian on the top rope in a powerbomb position. Bubba Dudley walks up from behind and takes Christian on his shoulders. D-Von Dudley jumps off the top rope and hits the Dudleyville Device. The Dudleyz set the ladder up in the middle of the ring but the Hardyz pull them down. Matt Hardy throws D-Von out of the ring and starts punching Lance Storm. Bubba Dudley has fallen out of the ring after rights from Jeff Hardy. Jeff sets up another table and puts Bubba on it. Matt Hardy has set a twenty foot ladder up in the ring. Jeff Hardy goes back in the ring and climbs to the top of the ladder. Jeff Hardy then hits the Swanton bomb. Jeff Hardy is out of action as is Bubba Dudley. Back in the ring Christian has the upper hand on Matt Hardy. Christian throws Matt Hardy out of the ring and climbs a ladder he put up. D-Von Dudley gets up and then pulls Christian down. All six men are down and Jeff is crawling back to the ring. Eventually Jeff Hardy throws two ladders into the ring. D-Von sets one ladder up, Christian puts another up and Matt Hardy puts the final ladder up. In the ring the three climb the ladders, with Christian in the centre. Jeff, Bubba and Storm are now up and climb the ladders. Storm is on D-Von’s ladder, Jeff is on Christian’s ladder and Bubba is on Matt’s ladder. Matt Hardy pushes Bubba Ray up but then gets pushed off by Christian. D-Von pushes Storm off, and Jeff pushes D-Von off. Jeff Hardy grabs the belts but Bubba takes the ladder away. Bubba then hits Jeff with the same ladder, and Jeff falls off. Bubba falls down and once again all three teams are down. Lance Storm is the first one up and puts a table up on the outside. Matt Hardy then gets up and throws Lance Storm out of the ring and through that table. Everyone starts to know stand up. D-Von is up and has a ladder and knocks Matt out of the ring. D-Von drops the ladder and catches a chair from Jeff Hardy and Christian then hits the one man conchairto. Bubba Dudley attacks Jeff with a ladder, which knocks him down. Christian the smashes the chair over the ladder, which knocks out Bubba Dudley. Christian then falls down. Everyone is out and Lance Storm is first up again. Storm sets a ladder up in the ring and climbs. Matt Hardy gets in the ring but Christian holds his foot. Lance Storm grabs the titles and then hits the double axe handle on Matt Hardy.

Winners at 12:35 and new World Tag Team Champions: Christian and Lance Storm

Storm and Christian grab the titles and their Canadian flags and leave waving them, and they get a lot of heat. EMT’s and Referee’s come down to help the Hardyz and Dudleyz to the back and to clear the ring and ringside of the tables, ladders and chairs.

Marc Lloyd comes out to talk to the Dudleyz.

Marc Lloyd: Dudleyz tonight you lost your World Tag Team Titles to the UnAmericans, in a great TLC match, the fifth in history. Christian again getting the win over you and Hardy Boyz, do you think it’s luck or talent?

Buh Buh Ray Dudley: It’s definitely talent, but we’ve got a message for the UnAmericans. Watch out, because the Dudley Boyz will be after you, and more importantly our World Tag Team Titles. You better fly back to Canada or England, because if you stay in America we’ll kick your ass.

D-Von Dudley: Testify.

The Dudleyz leave now.

Wrestlemania 8 highlights of Sid Justice vs. Hulk Hogan

Brass Knuckles On A Pole Match

William Regal vs. Rob Van Dam


Regal’s music starts and out walks William Regal. Regal walks to the ring carrying the UK flag. William Regal goes to enter the ring but is searched by the referee for brass knucks. William Regal eventually gets into the ring. Van Dams music begins to play and Regal looks to the titantron. Van Dam runs through the crowd and gets to the top rope. Regal turns round into a Van Daminator. Van Dam goes to the top rope with the brass knucks but Regal powerbombs him off the ropes. Regal picks Van Dam up and uses his knees three times to knock him down. Regal picks Van Dam back up and takes him back down with a gut wrench suplex. Regal goes to the top rope and tries to get the knucks but Van Dam kicks Regal’s legs and Regal falls back in the ring. Van Dam jumps to the top rope and hits the split legged moonsault. Van Dam then his Rolling Thunder. Van Dam then picks Regal and Regal kicks Van Dam in the mid-section and hits a double under-hook powerbomb. Regal covers Van Dam and puts his legs on the ropes but Van Dam kicks out. Regal gets Van Dam and then hits the Regal Cutter. Regal then locks in the Regal Stretch on Van Dam. Van Dam drags himself and Regal to the ropes, but it takes him thirty seconds. Regal picks Van Dam up who comes back at Regal with four kicks to the head. Van Dam then Irish whips Regal into the corner. Van Dam climbs the opposite rope and grabs the knucks. Regal though walks up behind and hits the powerbomb. Van Dam hits Regal with the brass knucks though whilst being powerbombed and Van Dam then gets his hand over Regal. Regal’s foot though is on the ropes. Van Dam drags Regal to the centre of the ring and jumps to the top rope. Van Dam hits the Five Star Frog Splash but Regal has rolled out of the way. Regal gets the brass knucks off Van Dam and puts them on his hand. Van Dam gets up and is knocked down with brass knuckles. Regal then locks in the Regal Stretcher.

Winner via Knock Out at 9:46: William Regal

Commercial Brake

Wrestlemania 9 highlights show on the titantron of Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna and Yokozuna vs. Hulk Hogan.

Rue is now in the crowd with some fans and a microphone.

Rue: Hello Wrestlemania, I’m here in the crowd and I think I’ve found some famous people here. This is Tim White, former WWE referee. Tim, it’s been along time since the fans have seen you, why is this?

Tim White: Well a while ago my shoulder got dislocated, and I haven’t been able to referee since. I’ve tried to comeback, but my shoulder keeps popping out of it’s socket, and so I have no idea if I ever will referee a wrestling match again. My fire and passion for wrestling hasn’t dwindled though.

Rue: Well it’s nice to see you Tim, and now back to Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler.

WWE Intercontinental Title Triangle Match

Booker T vs. Scott Steiner vs. Goldust


“Holla If You Hear Me”, Scott Steiner enters the arena. He taunts on the ramp and walks to the ring. As Steiner enters “Can You Dig It Sucka” starts, and out walks Booker T to his old theme music. Goldust then walks out to his theme Gold Lust, with the Intercontinental Title around his waist. He taunts down the ramp and is surrounded by gold pieces of paper falling from the ceiling. Goldust enters the ring and climbs the turnbuckle and takes his robe and wig off. Goldust jumps down to the ring. He goes down to his hands and knees and crawls around Steiner and Booker. Goldust stands up and taunts them again. Booker T though clotheslines Goldust down to start the match. Steiner grabs Booker T from behind and hits a back drop, and follows it up by locking in the Steiner Recliner. Goldust realises and kicks Steiner in the head. Steiner falls off and is in the corner. Goldust goes over and starts kicking Steiner in the mid section. Steiner falls down to the bottom rope and Goldust goes to the opposite corner. Goldust runs at Steiner and uses his knee to squash Steiners head. Booker T is up now and turns Goldust round and delivers the scoop slam. Booker T then hits the knee drop on Goldust and then walks over to Steiner. Booker picks Steiner up and hits a few punches. Steiner reverses it and Booker is in the corner. Steiner hits a knife edge chop and then hits a belly to belly suplex. Steiner walks over to Booker but Goldust trips him up. Goldust goes for the pin on Steiner but Booker brakes it up. Booker T gets Goldust up and nails him with six right hands and clotheslines him down. Steiner is up and when Booker turns round Steiner hits the belly-to-belly suplex. Steiner pins Booker T but Goldust brakes it up at two. Goldust slides to the outside and Steiner picks Booker up. Steiner Irish whips Booker into the ropes and both clothesline each other down. Goldust re-enters the ring and pins Booker, who kicks out at two. Goldust then pins Steiner, who kicks out at two. Goldust gets up and starts kicking Steiner in the head. Goldust picks Steiner up and Irish whips him into the ropes. Goldust then sets up Steiner for Shattered Dreams but Booker T turns him round and knocks him down. Booker walks over to Steiner but Goldust roles him up and gets the three count.

Winner at 9:43 and still WWE Intercontinental Champion : Goldust

Backstage we see Eric Bischoff talking to Mr. McMahon.

Eric Bischoff: Well Mr. McMahon, as you have tonight the Raw brand superstars have way out performed those of Smackdown. I mean, it’s because I have the respect and admiration of all my roster. I mean, I’m never attacked by anyone on my brand, unlike Paul Heyman. I just hope Mr. McMahon that you realise that Paul should not be...

Paul Heyman: Eric, are you trying to get me fired? I mean, who got his ass kicked at Bad Blood and No Way Out last year? I mean the Smackdown superstars, including Mr. McMahon will prove tonight why Smackdown is the superior brand. Besides why does Mr. McMahon appear only on Smackdown?

Eric Bischoff: Because he knows Raw can stand on it’s own two feet, unlike Smackdown, which is lead by someone who dragged ECW to the grave.

Paul Heyman: Well I don’t exactly see WCW around nowadays either.

Eric Bischoff: That wasn’t my fault. It was Ted...

Paul Heyman: Yes that’s right Eric, blame everybody else for your problems.

Eric Bischoff: I don’t blame anybody for the demise of WCW.

Paul Heyman: So why did you say it was Turner’s fault a minute ago?

Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman walk off in different directions and Mr.
McMahon walks on to the training room.

Backstage we see Lance Storm, Christian and William Regal. Lance and Christian are celebrating their tag titles win. Regal is also celebrating and they grab their belongings, titles and flags and run out to the parking lot. Then they get into a cab and tell the driver to drive to the airport.

Wrestlemania 10 highlights show on the titantron of the Yokozuna vs. Lex Luger, Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna matches.

I Quit Match

Kurt Angle vs. Chris Jericho


Angle’s music hits and out walks the Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle. The count down begins and at zero out walks the highlight of the night Chris Jericho. Jericho enters the ring. Jericho and Angle stand nose to nose. They then tie up in the centre of the ring. Angle double leg take downs Jericho and locks in a sleeper hold. Jericho is too close to the ropes and puts his foot on the bottom ropes. Jericho gets up first and dropkicks Angle down. Jericho gets Angle up and hits a vertical suplex. Jericho then goes for the lionsault. Angle roles out of the way and Jericho lands on his feet. Jericho then hits a knife edge chop and kicks Angle in the mod-section. Jericho then hits a northern lights suplex on Angle. Jericho floats over and stands up. Jericho then locks in the Walls of Jericho. Angle goes to tap but manages to grab the ropes. Jericho releases the hold and goes back to work on Angle with kicks to the back. Jericho then locks in the Walls of Jericho again. Angle immediately grabs the ropes. Jericho lets go and picks Angle up and hits the backbreaker. Jericho goes to the top rope. Angle stands up and turns round to missile drop kick. Jericho flips back up. Jericho turns Angle onto his belly and starts kicking Angle’s back. Jericho picks Angle up and hits the belly to belly suplex. Jericho then locks in the Walls of Jericho again but again Angle gets to the bottom rope. Jericho releases and then goes back to kicking Angle’s back. Jericho then sets Angle up in the middle of the ring. Jericho climbs to the top rope and hits the moonsault. Jericho picks Angle up, and Angle fights with four knife edge chops. Angle then Irish whips Jericho into the ropes and hits the overhead belly to belly suplex. Angle gets up and locks in the ankle lock. Jericho manages to stand up and hits the enziguiri. Jericho flips up and Angle stands up. Both stand in the centre of the ring and look each other straight in the face. Jericho kicks Angle in the mid-section and the hits the tiger suplex. Jericho stands up, then picks Angle up and hits the double chickenwing suplex. Jericho gets up again and hits the underhook back breaker. Jericho stands up and is smiling. Jericho drags Angle to the middle of the ring and goes to lock in the Walls of Jericho but Angle uses his leg strength to knock Jericho over. Jericho gets up as does Angle. Angle goes for the clothesline but Jericho ducks and hits the breakdown. Jericho roles over onto Angle and starts punching away at him. Angle though reverses it and he starts punching Jericho. Angle gets up and then locks in the ankle lock. After a while Angle lets go and Irish whips him into the turnbuckle. Jericho comes back out of the corner and Angle hits the neckbreaker. Angle climbs to the top rope and hits the moonsault. Angle then turns Jericho on his stomach and locks in the half Boston crab. Jericho then grabs the bottom rope. Jericho roles to the outside, and Angle follows him. Jericho though has grabbed a trash can lid, and smashes it over Angle’s head. Angle is down and so Jericho Irish whips him into the barricade, and then into the ring apron. Jericho then starts laughing again and hits the scoop slam. Jericho then hits the moonsault on the outside. Jericho then roles Angle back into the ring and starts stomping. Angle roles back into the corner and comes out at Jericho with a spear takedown. Angle starts punching the hell out of Jericho and gets up and locks in the ankle lock. Jericho goes to tap but Jericho kicks Angle in the mid-section with his other leg. Angle falls back into the referee knocking him out. Jericho goes to the outside and grabs a steel chair. Jericho goes to hit Angle who ducks and dropkicks Jericho’s back. Jericho falls into the turnbuckle where the chair hits his head and Jericho bounces back. Angle then hits the Angle slam and gets rid of the steel chair. Angle locks in the ankle lock. Jericho is unconscious but referee does not call for the bell as Jericho has not give up. After about a minute Jericho stirs round and Angle locks the ankle lock in again. Jericho goes to tap but fights his way back up and goes for the enziguiri but Angle ducks. Jericho is back down. Angle then steps over Jericho’s legs and turns it into a half Boston crab ankle lock combo. Jericho is in the hold for about two minutes and then finally concedes the victory and taps out.

Winner at 14:51 Kurt Angle

Wrestlemania 11 highlights of the Bret Hart vs. Bob Backlund, Diesel vs. Shawn Michaels and Lawrence Taylor vs. Bam Bam Bigelow matches.

Shane McMahon is backstage and is warming up for his match against Vince.

We now see the Ambulance reverse into the arena.

Ambulance Match

Eddie Guerrero vs. Chris Benoit


The Ambulance is in the arena, with the camera’s focusing on it. “Viva La Rasa” hits in the arena and out drives Eddie Guerrero in the low rider. Eddie drives to the ring and then enters the ring. Chris Benoit’s music starts and out walks the Rabid Wolverine Chris Benoit. Benoit enters the ring. Benoit and Eddie tie up in the middle of the ring. Benoit hits the single leg take down on Guerrero. Guerrero roles to the outside and Benoit tries to grab Eddie by the hair. Benoit finally grabs Eddie’s hair and Eddie uses as trash can to knock Benoit back into the ring. Guerrero then throws six trash cans, three trash can lids, a table, a ladder, two stop signs and a kendo stick. Guerrero re-enters the ring and grabs ladder. Guerrero puts the ladder in the corner and then picks the chair up. Guerrero throws the chair at Benoit. Benoit catches the chair but Guerrero smashes the ladder through the chair and into Benoit. Guerrero picks up the kendo stick and hits Benoit about nine times over the back. Benoit gets up and turns round and is met with a stop sign shot. Guerrero sets the table up in the middle of the ring. Guerrero slides to the outside and brings out a twenty foot ladder out. Guerrero then roles back in the ring and throws Benoit onto the table. Guerrero climbs the ladder and then hits the Frog Splash from the outside back in. Guerrero then goes to the outside and hits the halo. Guerrero throws Benoit under the bottom rope to the floor. Guerrero then throws all of the weapons to the outside, except the one ladder. Guerrero then exits the ring. Guerrero grabs the trash can and smashes it over Benoit’s head. Benoit falls back towards the ambulance as Guerrero grabs the kendo stick. Benoit stands up and Guerrero smashes it into Benoit’s mid-section and then on the head. Benoit falls near to the ambulance. Guerrero picks Benoit up and throws him in a javelin position into the ambulance. Guerrero then throws Benoit in the ambulance. He goes to shut the door but Benoit battles back with kicks to the head. Benoit gets out the ambulance and picks the kendo stick up. Guerrero turns round and is hit with the kendo stick. Guerrero falls back into his low rider. Benoit goes to hit Guerrero who hits the drop toe hold and Benoit’s head hits the low rider. Eddie Guerrero gets back in the low rider and drives it to the back. Guerrero then runs back out and is hit with a steel chair. Benoit gets up and roles Guerrero in the ring. Benoit sets a table up on the outside and Eddie stands up. Benoit enters the ring as Guerrero climbs to the top rope. Benoit throws him off the top rope and climbs to the top rope. Benoit then hits the flying headbutt. Benoit then picks up Guerrero and hits a German suplex, followed by nine more. Benoit picks Guerrero up again and throws him into the corner, before putting Eddie on the top turnbuckle. Benoit then climbs to the top rope and hits the superplex on Guerrero. Guerrero is out of it and Benoit throws him over the top rope and Guerrero lands through the table. Benoit then has Guerrero in a headlock and runs to the ambulance. Benoit then throws Guerrero into the ambulance. Eddie comes back fighting with kicks to the head but Benoit grabs a fire extinguisher and sprays it in the ambulance. Benoit then closes the doors but Guerrero manages to get out of the front doors. Benoit doesn’t realise and Guerrero climbs to the top of the ambulance. Benoit turns round and Guerrero hits the double axe handle. Guerrero climbs the barricade. Benoit stands up and Guerrero goes for the double axe handle but Benoit reverses it into an atomic drop. Benoit then hits the snap suplex on the floor. Benoit then picks Guerrero up and throws him in the ambulance and shuts the doors.

Winner at 19:56 Chris Benoit

Commercial Brake

The ambulance leaves now with Eddie Guerrero in the back, and Chris Benoit follows it.

Wrestlemania 12 highlights air on the titantron of the Undertaker vs. Diesel and Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart matches.

Street Fight for the Ownership of the WWE

Vince McMahon vs. Shane McMahon


“Here comes the Money” plays in the ring and fans cheer and out walks Shane McMahon. Shane makes his way to the ring and enters, and is amazed by the ovation is getting. The fans are cheering but then the McMahon music plays, and the cheers instantly change to booing. Vince walks to the ring and enters. Vince walks straight over to Shane and they stand toe to toe with each other. They both talk trash, and Vince slaps Shane. Shane retaliates with a stiff clothesline to his father. Shane is punching the hell out of Vince and throws him to the outside. Shane goes outside and grabs a trash can lid from under the ring. Vince turns round and Shane scrambles his brains with a thunderous shot. Shane then goes back under the ring to find a kendo stick. Vince is up now and Shane goes to knock his head off, but Vince moves and the Kendo stick hits the ring post. Vince can not be seen now and Shane crawls under the ring. Vince stands up now from where he was waiting to ambush Shane. Shane runs up from behind and hits him over the back with the Kendo stick. Shane then throws Vince back in the ring. Shane goes under the ring and throws trash can lids, stop signs, kendo sticks and crates into the ring. Shane enters the ring but Vince smashes a Kendo stick over his back. Vince gets the crate and kicks it at Shane, who moves out of the way. Vince then grabs a stop sign. He Irish whips, who grabs a stop sign. They both hit themselves with the stop signs. Both go down but Shane gets up first, and then exits the ring. He gets a trashcan. Vince looks through the ropes but is met with a trash can shot. Vince falls back into the ring and Shane gets back in the ring. Vince gets up but Shane knocks him down with three snap jabs. Shane then drags Vince into a corner, and he puts the trash can on Vince. Shane goes to the top rope and jumps coast to coast, but Vince moves. Vince roles to the outside and puts a ladder and table in the ring. Vince sets both up next to each other. He then throws Shane on the table. Vince then slowly climbs the ladder slowly, and then hits the leg drop driving Shane through the table. Vince then pins Shane, who kicks out at two. Vince can’t believe it, but picks Shane up quickly and hits a DDT. Vince picks Shane up again. Shane comes back at his Dad with three right hands and hits a DDT on to a stop sign. Shane drags Vince to the bottom ropes and smashes a stop sign over Vince’s head about seven times. Shane then puts the trash can he got earlier and then throws it away. Shane exits the ring and throws the crate from earlier in. Shane then puts the crate on Vince and climbs to a top rope. Shane then goes coast to coast, kicking the crate through Vince. Shane drags Vince into the centre of the ring and covers Vince. Vince manages somehow to kick out and Shane goes ballistic. Shane has a temper tantrum at the referee. Shane turns round to a Vince McMahon Stunner. Vince pins Shane, who kicks out at two. Vince gets Shane up and grabs a stop sign, he then this Shane about thirty times. Shane just falls to the floor and Vince covers him, but Shane kicks out. Vince gets up and picks Shane up, and Shane clotheslines his father down. He goes to pick him up and Vince roles him up in a small package and picks up the win.

Winner at 13:15 and still owner of WWE: Vince McMahon

Wrestlemania 13 highlights air of the Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin, Owen Hart and Davey Boy Smith vs. Vader and Mankind, LOD and Ahmed Johnson vs. Nation of Domination and Undertaker vs. Sycho Sid matches.

The cameras go backstage.

Jonathan Coachman: Tonight Stone Cold you will go one on one with the former World Heavyweight Champion Triple H. You haven’t wrestled in a year, your going to be out of shape compared to Triple H, but do you think you can beat him?

Stone Cold: Do I think I can beat him? I know one thing Coach, tonight I’m gonna walk to that ring.

Crowd: What

Stone Cold: I said I’m going to walk to that ring.

Crowd: What

Stone Cold: I said I’m going to walk to that ring and open a big can of whoop ass on Triple H’s sorry son of a bitch ass. Then, I’ll give Triple H a can of whoop-ass.

Crowd: What

Stone Cold: A can whoop-ass.

Crowd: I said a can of whoop-ass. Triple H is going to open this can, and then falls over because Stone Cold shook it so much. DTA, don’t trust Austin. Then Stone Cold Stunner, one two three, match over. Then, I’ll get him up, and kick his ass one more time. And that’s the bottom line, cuz Stone Cold said so.

Austin now walks off.

Singles Match

Ric Flair vs. Shawn Michaels


Evolution’s music starts to play and out walks the Nature Boy Ric Flair. Flair walks to the ring in his robe, and enters the ring to a lot of heat. Flair takes his robe off and taunts the crowd. Shawn Michaels’s music starts in the arena, and out walks the Heart Brake Kid to a huge ovation. Shawn poses under the titantron and about twenty pyro technics go off. Shawn Michaels’s makes his way down the ramp, and another ten go off. Shawn then enters the ring as Flair exits. Shawn poses in the ring and Flair attacks from behind with a clothesline. Whilst Shawn is down Flair locks in the Indian Deathlock. Shawn Michaels is screaming in pain, but gets to the bottom rope. The referee begins the count but at four Flair pulls Shawn away from the bottom rope. Shawn is in agony and gets to the bottom rope again. Flair releases the hold at four and kicks Shawn in the back. Flair gets Shawn up and backs him into the corner, and hits about six hard knife-edge chops. Flair then Irish whips Shawn, who reverses it and Flair goes into the corner. Shawn walks over to Flair, who drops to his knees and begs Shawn. Shawn turns his back on Flair, who gets up and kicks Shawn’s legs. Shawn is down on his knees and Flair locks in the headlock. Flair angles Shawn’s head away from the referee and hits five closed fists. Shawn goes down and Flair struts around the ring. Shawn Michaels is up now. Flair backs Shawn into a corner again and then hits a hard knife-edge chop on Shawn. Flair Irish whips Shawn into the opposite corner and Shawn goes upside down and inside out. Shawn lands back in the ring. Flair runs towards Shawn, who manages to knock Flair down with a clothesline. Shawn Michaels then flips back up and is tooting up the van. Flair stands up and Shawn goes for Sweet Chin Music. Flair moves out of the way. Flair Irish whips Shawn into the ropes and then side steps him. Shawn is hanging on to the top rope and skins the cat. Flair turns round into Sweet Chin Music. Shawn pins Flair, who gets his left foot on the bottom rope. Shawn gets up and hits a scoop slam in the centre of the ring. Shawn climbs to the top rope and hits an elbow drop on Flair. Shawn Michaels though goes back to the top rope. About ten second later Flair stands up and Shawn nails the crossbody block. Shawn manages to get a two count as Flair kicks out. Shawn gets Flair up and goes for a sulpex, but Flair reverses it and punches Shawn Michaels kidney area. Shawn is holding his kidney area and Flair trips him up. Flair drags him into the centre of the ring and locks in the Figure Four Leglock. Shawn is riving in pain, but gets to the bottom rope. Flair gets Shawn up and Irish whips him into the corner. Flair hits some right hands, but eventually Shawn blocks one and throws Flair face first into the corner. Shawn then hits about ten right hands and the referee calls for the brake. Shawn backs off into the centre of the ring and Flair runs at him but only to receive a clothesline. Shawn sets Flair up and launches him into the corner head first. Shawn Michaels walks over and goes for a headlock in the corner. The referee walks over to brake it up and Flair low blows both the referee and Shawn. Flair walks out of the corner and gets some brass knucks from under the ring cover. Shawn is up after about a thirty seconds, but is knocked down with the brass knucks. Flair covers Shawn, but the referee is down. The referee stirs round about a minute later and starts the count; one, two but Shawn kicks out. Flair can not believe it. He picks Shawn up and tries to Irish whip him into the opposite corner. Shawn though kicks Flair in the mid-section and slaps him. Shawn then Irish whips Flair into the opposite corner. Flair goes upside down and inside out and is on the outside. Shawn runs over and kicks Flair in the mid-section. Shawn then suplexs Flair back into the ring. Shawn roles over and covers Flair, but only gets two. Shawn flips up again and stands in one corner. Shawn toots up the van one more time, and Flair stands up. Flair turns round but catches Shawn’s leg. Flair trips Shawn up and locks in the Figure Four Leglock. Shawn is in pain and tries to make it to the bottom rope. Flair holds Shawn in the middle of the ring though. Shawn’s shoulders go down, but at two Shawn sits up. Shawn goes to reverse it, but again Flair holds off the resistance. Shawn’s shoulders go down again, but again the referee gets two. Shawn tries to reverse the hold again, but after three minutes of trying Shawn’s shoulders drop to the mat. Shawn though sits back up. The referee starts talking to Flair, when out from the crowd runs Bret Hart. Bret Hart grabs the ring bell and knocks Shawn’s lights out. The referee turns round and counts the three.

Winner at 21:16 Nature Boy Ric Flair.

Wrestlemania 14 highlights show on the titantron of the Mankind and Terry Funk vs. New Age Outlaws, Undertaker vs. Kane and Austin vs. Kane matches.

Ric Flair is backstage celebrating and Marc Lloyd walks over to him.

Marc Lloyd: Ric Flair, a successful win tonight over Shawn Michaels, you must be pleased to defeat such a great athlete.

Ric Flair: Shawn Michaels is a good wrestler, I’ll give him that. But there is only four great wrestlers in this entire business. That’s Evolution. Evolution are going to get the clean sweep tonight. I’ve beaten Michaels, later tonight Triple H is going to get Stone Cold and kicks his ass from one side of New York to the other. Then, Orton and Batista will get Foley and the Rock and will lay them out on the stretcher and win the match. Wooooo, Evolution will win here tonight and there’s not a damn thing anyone can do about it. Woooooooooo.

Ric Flair now walks away.

A video plays on how Big Show and Nash began to feud. It takes us back to Unforgiven 2003 where Big Show beat Eddie Guerrero for the US Title. It then shows us his feud with Cena. The video is then at the Royal Rumble where Kevin Nash won his second WWE Title from Brock Lesnar. It also shows Big Show in the Royal Rumble and getting eliminated. We then go to the first Smackdown after the Rumble, where Nash is celebrating his title win, and Big Show comes out saying he never got a celebration. The two go toe to toe but A-Train attacked from behind. We then go to No Way Out, where we see Nash Jackknife A-Train and win the tag match. We see Big Show walk off after dragging A-Train from the ring. The Smackdown before Wrestlemania we see Nash out on the floor, and Big Show screaming that he’ll see Nash at ‘Mania.

WWE Championship and WWE United States Championship Match

WWE Champion Kevin Nash vs. WWE United States Champion the Big Show


Kevin Nash’s music plays and out walks the WWE Champion Kevin Nash. Nash gets to the ring and taunts at the crowd as the pyro’s above the ring. The Big Show’s music plays and out walks the United States Champion the Big Show. The cameras focus on the Big Show but A-Train jumps the barricade and enters the ring with a two by four. Big Show points at Nash and tells him to turn round. A-Train then hits Nash in the mid-section with the two by four and then over the back. A-Train then picks Nash up and then hits the Baldo Bomb. Big Show is now entering the ring and A-Train exits. The bell sounds and the Big Show covers Nash. 1,2 kickout by Nash. Big Show backs the referee up in the corner. Nash stands up and the Big Show kicks Nash in the gut. Big Show then hits the Final Cut, and pins Nash again but Nash kicks out. Big Show backs the referee up in the corner and A-Train enters the ring and hits a second Baldo Bomb. Big Show then hits the big splash on Nash and covers him. The referee counts three but Nash has his foot on the bottom rope. The referee notices when he stands up and tells Big Show that he hasn’t won. Big Show can’t believe it. Big Show picks Nash up and goes for a clubbing forearm but Nash moves and hits the big boot. Big Show is still standing and then Irish whips Big Show into the ropes and hits a big boot. Big Show is still standing and Nash then hits a hard shoulder block. Nash Irish whips Big Show back into him into a shoulder block and Nash falls down. Big Show covers Nash, who manages to kick out. Big Show then gets up and hits a legdrop on Nash. Big Show then covers Nash, who kicks out at two. Big Show distracts the referee and A-Train enters the ring. A-Train goes to hit a second Baldo Bomb but Nash kicks him in the gut. Big Show turns round to a clothesline from Nash. Nash then hits the Jackknife powerbomb on A-Train. A-Train roles to the outside as Nash goes back to the Big Show. Nash hits clubbing forearms to Shows neck and picks him up. Nash goes for the Jackknife but Nash can’t lift him up. Big Show then hits the back body drop on Nash. Nash stands up quickly. Nash goes for the clothesline but Show ducks and locks in a full nelson hold. A-Train enters the ring. A-Train goes for the clothesline but nails Big Show by accident. A-Train turns round and goes to clothesline Nash who ducks and clotheslines A-Train out of the ring. Nash starts talking trash to A-Train. Big Show walks up behind him and goes for the Final Cut but hits the Final Cut Leg Drop instead. Show covers Nash for the one, two, and three and wins the match.

Winner at 9:41 and new WWE Champion and still WWE United States Champion the Big Show.

Commercial Brake

Wrestlemania 15 highlights show of the Undertaker vs. Big Boss Man and Steve Austin vs. Rock matches.

Jonathan Coachman: Rock, Mick Foley; tonight you take on Randy Orton and Batista of Evolution in the first ever Double Stretcher match. My question is, do you think that tonight will be a successful o…

Rock: Finally, the Rock has come back to New York City. Coach, why do you always ask the most ridiculous questions? You question the Rock on how he is going to do. I’ll tell you catch, tonight were going to take those two pieces of monkey crap to the bring. We’re going lay the Smackdown, on their candy asses. Then, we’ll role them on the stretcher and role them past the yellow line, and we will be the winners.

Mick Foley: I agree with the Rock, but tonight I am going to pay Orton back for all his sneaky attacks. He and Batista have been attacking me in the arena and everywhere I go. So Randy, get ready for the biggest beating in your life.

The Rock N’ Sock go to leave, but Mick comes back.

Mick Foley: And have a nice day.

They now both leave.

Cage Match

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Triple H


Austin’s music hits and Steve Austin drives to the ring in his ATV. He drives round the ring and parks up facing backstage. Austin enters the ring to roof-rising What chants. Austin climbs to the middle turnbuckles of each corners and taunts at the crowd. Triple H’s music starts to play and out walks the Game. Motor Head sings the song and Triple H makes his way to the ring. Triple H also climbs each turnbuckle. Motor Head stop singing and the bell sounds. Steve Austin starts the brawl off first throwing twelve straight right hands on Triple H and Irish whips him into the ropes. Triple H nails Austin with his knee though. Triple H picks Austin up and takes him down with a suplex. Triple H then drops to the mat and starts choking Austin out. Triple H exits and then drags Austin to the outside. Triple H Irish whips Austin, who reverses it sending Triple H into the ring steps. Austin gets Triple H up and locks in a headlock, and then takes him to the another corner of the ring. Steve throws Triple H’s head into the ring post and then roles him back into the ring. Austin roles into the ring and starts kicking Triple H. Austin puts Triple H in the corner on the bottom ropes, and Austin stomps a mud-hole into Triple H. Austin turns round and taunts to the crowd, allowing Triple H to get up. Triple H comes back at Austin with some right hands, and number nine knocks Austin down. Austin gets back up though but is knocked down by a forearm smash from Triple H. Austin gets up again and kicks Triple H in the mid-section. He goes to Irish whip Triple H into the ropes, but Triple H Irish whips him back to him and back drops him. Triple H then pins Austin, who kicks out at two. Triple H gets up and kicks Austin out of the ring. Triple H exits the ring, and is met with a crate to the head. Austin then kicks Triple H’s legs. Austin gets up and goes for Triple H who limps round the ring area. Triple H re-enters the ring as does Austin. Austin backs Triple H into a corner and punches him ten times. Austin then brings him into the centre of the ropes and Irish whips Triple H into the ropes. Austin then nails the Lou Thesz press and starts punching Triple H in the head twenty to thirty times. Austin gets and starts kicking Triple H, and then picks him up and Irish whips him into the corner. Austin then puts Triple H on the top rope and hits a superplex. Austin is visibly in pain but gets up after a few seconds and pins Triple H. Triple H though kicks out at two. Austin gets Triple H up and hits the Stone Cold Stunner. Austin pins Triple H but his leg is on the ropes. Austin removes his leg from the ropes and the referee counts, but Triple H gets his foot on the bottom rope. Austin gets Triple H up, but Triple H kicks Austin in the mid-section. Triple H goes for the pedigree but Austin reverses it into a backdrop. Austin then turns round and stomps away at Triple H. Austin then gets Triple H up, who again kicks Austin in the mid-section. Triple H this time hits the Pedigree. He covers Austin, 1…2… Kick Out. Triple H can’t believe it and hits another Pedigree, but Austin kicks out again. Triple H is now harassing the referee and Austin is getting up. Triple H turns round and Austin clotheslines him down. Triple H gets up and Austin throws him out of the ring. Austin goes to the outside and grabs Triple H by the hair and throws him into the cage. Austin then rubs Triple H’s head against the metal. Triple H falls down and when Austin picks him up he is bleeding badly. Austin throws him into the ring. Triple H is down and out. Austin pins him but he kicks out. Austin gets Triple H and goes at it with six right hands and an Irish whip. Triple H though knocks him down with a high knee. Austin gets up and is knocked back down with a clothesline. Austin gets up again and is met with four right hands. Triple H goes to Irish whip Austin into the corner but Austin reverses it. Triple H falls to the bottom ropes and Austin is walking it dry. Austin gets Triple H up and Irish whips him into the other corner. Austin goes to follow it up with a clothesline, but Triple H clotheslines him down. Triple H pins Austin who kicks out. Triple H gets Austin up, but Austin fights back with right hands and then an Irish whip. Austin Irish whips Triple H into the ropes and hits the Lou Thesz press for the second time in the match. Austin punches Triple H ten times and then taunts the fans. Triple H is up and goes to clothesline Austin, who ducks and locks in the Million Dollar Dream. Austin has the hold locked in for about a minute, and the referee picks Triple H’s hand up once, and it drops. The referee does it again, and it drops. The referee picks Triple H’s hand up again, and it drops.

Winner via Knock Out at 16:45 Stone Cold Steve Austin

Wrestlemania 16 highlights of the Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle and Triple H vs. Rock vs. Mankind vs. Big Show matches.

Backstage we see Evolution huddled together and coming up with a plan. Flair spots the camera.

Ric Flair: Get lost, can’t you see where talking in a PRIVATE conversation.

A video plays showing the Undertaker on his debut and then winning the title from Hogan. It then goes to the Hell In A Cell match and shows Shawn falling through the table. Then it shows Kane appearing and costing Undertaker the match. It then shows Kane burning a casket of one of their parents and chokeslamming the Undertaker through the other. It then shows us highlights of there encounter at Wrestlemania 14, and then at Unforgiven in the Inferno match. It then shows them as a tag team with the WWE Tag Titles and WCW Tag Titles before showing us Kane burying Undertaker alive at Survivor Series. Next is the promo’s the Undertaker has used. Including seeing a tombstone with Kane’s name on it, and seeing a cardboard cut out of Kane being burnt alive. It ends with a picture of both Kane and the Undertaker on either side of the screen, behind wire in the Hell In A Cell.

Hell In A Cell

Undertaker vs. Kane


The cell starts to descend from the top of the arena and out walks the Undertaker. The Undertaker makes his way to the ring, and walks through the cell door. Kane’s music hits and out walks the Big Red Machine. Kane enters the ring and is attack from the start with a big boot. Undertaker picks Kane up and Irish whips him into the ropes and then hits the running DDT. Undertaker gets up and hits a leg drop, followed by an elbow drop. Undertaker kicks Kane in the head about ten times and then hits a suplex. Undertaker gets himself and Kane up and Irish whips Kane into the corner. Undertaker then clotheslines Kane in the corner, and then hits a back body drop. Undertaker picks Kane up and battles away at Kane with seven straight right hands. Kane fights back with an uppercut but Undertaker knocks him down with a clothesline. Undertaker then starts to choke him. Undertaker releases the hold and picks Kane up. Undertaker nails the chokeslam on Kane. Undertaker pins Kane and gets a two count. Undertaker then stands up, and waits for Kane to move. Kane then sits straight up. Undertaker starts with kicks to Kane who just stands up. Kane and Undertaker have a stare down. Kane brakes the starring with a low blow, and then follows it up with a stalling vertical suplex. Kane roles over and covers the Undertaker who kicks out. Undertaker then roles to the outside. Undertaker grabs a steel chair from under the ring and smacks it over Kane’s head. Kane falls back in the ring but sits right back up. Kane roles to the outside and big boot’s the chair back into Undertaker’s head. Kane Irish whips Undertaker into the cell the other side of the ring. Kane then picks Undertaker and slams his back into the ring post. Kane then Irish whips the Undertaker into the ring steps. Kane roles Undertaker into the ring and throws some ring steps into the ring. Kane enters the ring and Undertaker is up. Kane goes to decapitate Undertaker, but Undertaker gets the drop toe hold. Kane’s head falls straight into the steel steps and Kane stands up. Undertaker then wrenches Kane’s arm and walks to the corner. Undertaker walks the ropes and hits old school. Undertaker holds on to the arm wrench and hits a second old school. Undertaker goes for a third old school but Kane arm-drag’s Undertaker down. Kane roles over and delivers about ten straight right hands. Kane picks Undertaker up and goes for a tombstone. Undertaker reverses and locks in a dragon sleeper. Kane doesn’t tap but delivers five right hands and the Undertaker falls back in the corner. Kane gets up and goes to the corner. Kane hits three right hands and then three back elbow smashes. Kane Irish whips Undertaker into the opposite corner and follows it up with a clothesline in the corner. Kane hits the suplex and climbs to the top rope. Undertaker stands up and Kane hits the flying clothesline. Kane pins the Undertaker, who kicks out at two. Kane picks Undertaker up and Irish whips him against the ropes and ducks his head. Undertaker kicks Kane in the head and comes out with twenty right hands. Undertaker Irish whips Kane against the ropes and knocks him down with a clothesline. Undertaker roles to the outside and throws a steel chair and puts the steel steps from earlier back into the ring. Kane grabs the steel chair and knocks Undertaker down. Kane picks Undertaker up and hits a tombstone. Kane covers Undertaker, who manages to kick out. Kane picks the Undertaker up and tombstones him on the steel steps. Kane roles Undertaker onto his back and covers him. The referee counts: one, two and kickout. Kane backs the referee into the corner in a blind rage. Kane turns round and Undertaker is up. Kane runs at Undertaker who kicks him in the mid-section and puts him on his shoulders. Undertaker walks up the steel steps and tombstones him down. Undertaker pins Kane, who kicks out. Undertaker can’t believe it, and goes to the outside. Undertaker finds a wooden pallet, and a sledgehammer. Undertaker re-enters the ring and knocks Kane out cold with a sledgehammer shot. Undertaker waits until Kane stands up, about a minute later. Undertaker uses the steel to the gut. Undertaker then puts the steel chair on the steel steps. Undertaker picks Kane up on his shoulders and hits the tombstones on both of them. Undertaker roles Kane onto his back and covers him. Undertaker only gets a two count. Undertaker then throws Kane under the bottom rope. Undertaker follows him and throws Kane’s face into the steel chain links, and then rubs it again and again into the chain links. Undertaker throws Kane back into the ring. Undertaker picks Kane up and goes for the tombstone, but Kane reverses it. Kane hits the reverse DDT. Kane picks Undertaker up and Irish whips him into the ropes. Kane puts Undertaker onto the top rope and throws the steel steps and chair out of the ring. Kane walks back over and climbs the ropes, as if to go for a superplex. Undertaker manages to hit the low blow. Undertaker stands on the top rope and hits the Last Ride from the top rope. Undertaker falls down on his back. Undertaker crawls over to Kane, and pins him for the victory.

Winner at 18:21 the Undertaker.

Wrestlemania 17 highlights of the Kurt Angle vs. Chris Benoit, Shane McMahon vs. Vince McMahon, TLC II, Gimmick Battle Royal and Steve Austin vs. Rock matches.

Backstage Brock is walking down a corridor. Goldberg walks past and Brock Lesnar just walks into him. The two stand off, and then carry on walking.

We cut back to the arena and see the Hell in a Cell being raised back up.

Double Stretcher Match

The Rock N Sock Connection vs. Randy Orton and Batista


“If You Smell, What The Rock Is Cooking” hits in the arena, and out walks the People’s champion the Rock. A Car Crash sounds in the arena, and out walks the Hardcore Legend Mick Foley. They start talking and await Randy Orton and Batista. Evolution’s music starts playing and out walks Ric Flair and Triple H. From behind Orton and Batista attack Foley and the Rock. Flair and Triple H get to the ring and start beating down on Mick Foley. Orton and Batista throw the Rock to the outside. Flair and Triple H continue to double team Foley, as do Orton and Batista on the Rock. Batista holds Rock and Orton knocks Rock out with some steel steps. Orton and Batista and put the Rock on the stretcher. Orton climbs on the stretcher and starts punching the Rock, as Batista roles the stretcher up to the yellow line. They near the line and Orton roles off of the stretcher. Batista then roles past the line but the Rock has rolled off. The Rock stands up and Batista goes to hit the Rock with a right hand. The Rock blocks though and lays the smackdown on Batista, followed by Orton. The Rock runs to the ring. Ric Flair turns round to an eye poke from the Rock. The Rock then hits the Samoan drop on Ric Flair. Triple H turns round into a spine buster. The Rock gets up and goes for the People’s Elbow but Batista is back in the ring and hits the full Nelson slam. Batista goes to attack Foley in the corner with a kick to the mid-section, but Mick Foley slides to the outside. Batista turns round and Mick grabs his foot and drags him out of the ring. Mick Foley then Irish whips Batista into the barricade, and then clothesline him into the crowd. Mick Foley gets back in the ring and gets out Mr. Socko as Flair stands up with his back to Foley. Ric Flair turns round but drops to his knees begging Foley not to lock in the Manible Claw. Foley punches Flair back down and Batista roles up behind him and low blows him. Foley falls to the floor and Randy Orton enters the ring. Orton picks Foley up and starts talking trash to him. The Rock is up now and turns him round and hits the DDT on Orton. The Rock and Foley stand in the ring and start kicking Batista down. Foley starts kicking Orton as the Rock throws Batista out of the ring. Triple H gets up and hits the Pedigree on the Rock. Some backstage officials run out and take Flair and Triple H to the back. The Rock roles to the outside of the ring and Batista puts him on a stretcher. Batista roles the stretcher up the ramp, Mick Foley realises and runs up to save the Rock, but Mick Foley is to late.

Knock Out: The Rock

Foley attacks Batista from behind with a stop sign. Foley roles the Rock off of the stretcher and rams the stretcher into Batista. Batista falls onto the stretcher. Foley brings the stretcher back behind the line and goes to push it back over but Batista roles off. Foley grabs Batista and Irish whips him into the barricade. Batista stumbles back out and Foley goes for a suplex, but Batista reverses into a spinebuster. Batista picks Foley up and brings him back to the ring in a fireman’s carry position, and also drags the stretcher back. At ringside Batista drops Mick onto the stretcher and roles him in the ring. Back on the ramp some people help the Rock to the back. Foley stands up but is knocked down by an uppercut from Randy Orton. Batista puts a ladder in the ring, and Orton sets it up in the middle of the ring. Orton climbs the ladder, as if he was going to hit the moonsault. Foley gets up and Irish whips Batista into the ladder, sending Orton flying down into the ropes. Orton falls to the outside of the ring and Batista is down. Foley gets the ladder and stalks Batista, and when he stands up Foley knocks him down with a ladder shot. Foley throws the ladder to the outside and then throws Batista outside the ring. Foley gets Batista onto the stretcher and roles him over the line.

Knock Out: Batista.

Foley falls down to his hands and knees and crawls back to the ringside. Foley hides behind the ring facing the ramp. Orton is now up and is looking for Foley. He walks round to the entrance way and is knocked down with a fire extinguisher from Foley. Orton stands up after about ten seconds and is met with another shot with a fire extinguisher. Foley throws Orton back in the ring and enters himself. Orton gets up and Foley bombards him with thirty lefts and rights. Foley then Irish whips Orton into the corner. Foley hits the clothesline in the corner on Orton, who falls down to the bottom rope. Foley then runs at Orton, and squashes Orton’s face with his knees. Foley gets Socko out again. Orton gets up and turns round into the Manible Claw. Foley has the Manible Claw locked in for about a minute. Foley releases the hold and then taunts Orton. Orton stands up and turns round into a kick to the gut, and Foley hits the double arm DDT. Foley exits the ring and runs back up the ramp and grabs the stretcher. Orton has rolled out of the ring now and is standing up. Foley roles the stretcher down the ramp and it knocks Orton down. Foley walks back to ringside, where Orton is standing again. They both grab the stretcher and have a tug of war contest, which sees Orton win when Foley lets go and Orton goes flying back into the ring. Orton is down and is in pain, and Foley drags out a table. Foley throws the table into the ring and sets it up in the corner. Foley goes back to the outside and nails four hard right hands and roles Orton back into the ring. Foley backs Orton up in the corner opposite the table. Foley Irish whips Orton, who reverses it and hits the hip toss through the table. Both men are down for about thirty seconds. Foley is the first to move and roles out of the ring. Foley then gets a bag of thumbtacks out. Foley pours the thumbtacks all over the centre of the ring. Orton is up and is standing in the middle of the ring. Foley goes over but gets a kick in the mid section, followed by the RKO onto the thumbtacks. Orton roles to the outside and goes to the back, and comes out with a two by four rapped in barbwire. Orton runs to the ring and throws the two by four in the ring. Foley grabs it though and Orton stays on the outside. Orton goes to enter but Foley swings the two by four at him. Orton goes to enter again, but the same thing happens. From behind it’s Triple H, Batista and Flair. Evolution are laying a beating into Foley, but then out runs Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin and the Rock. The Rock and Batista square off, with the Rock getting the upper hand in one corner. Flair and Michaels are in one corner, with Michaels having the upper hand. Austin has Triple H in another corner, and Foley has Orton in the last corner. All four faces Irish whip the Evolution members into the centre of the ring. They throw all but Orton out of the ring. All the thumbtacks are gone now and Austin hits the Stone Cold Stunner on Orton. Orton gets up and is knocked down with Sweet Chin Music, Orton though is straight back up and is taken down by the Rock Bottom. Orton somehow gets back up but is knocked down with the double arm DDT. Foley roles Orton onto the stretcher, and roles him past the yellow line.

Knock Out: Randy Orton

Winners at 23:51 The Rock N Sock Connection

Commercial Brake.

Wrestlemania 18 highlights of the Undertaker vs. Ric Flair and Triple H vs. Chris Jericho matches air.

No Disqualification Match for the World Heavyweight Title

World Heavyweight Champion Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar


Brock Lesnar enters the arena, and there the arena is filled with booing. Brock walks to the ring, and jumps up to the apron, which sets the pyro technics off. Brock enters the ring and taunts to the crowd that he will be champion. Goldberg’s theme blares through the arena and the cameras cut to the back. Someone knocks on Goldberg’s door, and the door opens. Goldberg walks out and through the arena, before getting onto the stage. Goldberg punches the air a few times and walks to the ring. The fans are cheering “Goldberg, Goldberg” as he walks to the ring. He climbs the steps and Brock exits the ring. Goldberg gets in and takes the World Heavyweight Title from around his waist. He holds the title up. Brock Lesnar gets back into the ring, and Earl Hebner calls them into the centre of the ring. Earl explains the rules and asks for a handshake between them. Both men back off. Earl Hebner gives the title to Howard Finkel and Goldberg nails the spear on Brock Lesnar. Goldberg goes to the outside and grabs something. Goldberg re-enters the ring. Brock Lesnar stands up and turns round into a right hand from Goldberg. Goldberg locks in a headlock. Brock battles out with elbows to the mid-section. Brock clotheslines Brock down. Brock opens Goldberg’s hand, and reveals brass knucks. Brock throws them to the outside. Brock then goes to the outside and looks under the ring. He then also has something in his hand, and enters the ring. Goldberg is up and Brock throws a powder bomb. Brock runs over to Goldberg and hits a belly to belly suplex. Brock is laughing at the crowd and taunts that he will be champion. Brock picks Goldberg up and hits a suplex. Brock roles to the outside and throws a table in the ring, and then re-enters the ring. Brock sets the table up in the corner. Brock then backs Goldberg back up into the corner, and lays into him with about twenty straight right hands. Brock Lesnar then Irish whips Goldberg, who reverses it sending Brock through a table. Brock gets back up straight away and runs back at Goldberg with a clothesline. Both men get back up and Brock kicks Goldberg in the mid-section. Brock then hits a DDT on Goldberg. Brock gets up and kicks Goldberg in the back of the head, and locks in a leg lock. Goldberg is in pain, but manages to drag himself to the bottom rope after about thirty seconds. Brock gets up and roles to the outside, and Goldberg gets up. Brock throws in a chair, and Goldberg walks over to Lesnar with a limp. Brock slides in and Goldberg hits a leg drop, using his bad leg. Brock is down but crawls to the chair. Goldberg though manages to slide to the outside. Goldberg goes under the ring, and he finds some brass knuckles. Goldberg then roles back into the ring. Brock is up now, and Goldberg has backed off into the corner. Lesnar goes to hit Goldberg with the chair, but Goldberg fights back with a punch to the mid-section with the brass knuckles. Goldberg pulls himself up using the ropes, and Goldberg leans on the ropes. Brock goes to knock Goldberg back down, but Goldberg moves and the chair rebounds off the ropes into Brock’s face. Brock drops the chair and Goldberg nails the Jackhammer. Goldberg covers Brock, one, two, kickout. Goldberg can not believe it. Goldberg talks to the referee saying it was three, and Brock stands up. Goldberg turns round into an F5. Brock pins Goldberg, who kicks out at two. Brock now is talking to the referee, and Goldberg is standing in the corner. Brock turns round and dodges the spear, as does the referee. Goldberg’s head goes crashing into the middle turnbuckle. Brock bounces of the ropes and hits a hard clothesline. Brock climbs to the top rope, and hits the Shooting Star Press. Brock covers Goldberg one, two, three.

Winner at 17:51 and New World Heavyweight Champion: Brock Lesnar

Wrestlemania 19 highlights of the Team Angle vs. Chris Benoit and Rhyno vs. Los Guerrero’s, Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho, Triple H vs. Booker T, Hulk Hogan vs. Vince McMahon, Rock vs. Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle matches.

Bret Hart walks to the ring to a large ovation. He enters the ring and takes the microphone off Howard Finkel.

Bret Hart: Hello everybody… I know you want to know why I cost Shawn his match with Ric Flair. The reason is that he cost me the World Title, and so I wanted to cost him something dear to him. This was it, the biggest match of his career, at the biggest event in wrestling history. Now, I agreed to return to the WWE for tonight, to say my final goodbyes, and also to get my place in the WWE Hall of Fame. I’ve had some of the best times of my career here, teaming with Owen, Davey and Jim. I won the biggest prize in the entire industry, the WWE title, and there’s only one thing better and that was training with my Dad and brother in the Dungeon. I’ve also had the second lowest moment in my career here, in Montreal in 1997. So tonight, I’d just like to say Goodbye to all of my friends here in the WWE and to all my fans all over the world.

Bret Hart now walks to the back to a huge ovation, and before he goes underneath the curtain he waves goodbye.

Commercial Brake

We come back from the commercial brake to see that all the way to the ring there is red carpet. The camera brings the shot to the ring, where the canvas is now covered by a red carpet. Mr. McMahon’s music plays to a lot of booing. Mr. McMahon enters the ring and grabs a microphone from Howard Finkel.

Mr. McMahon: Now you might be wondering why I’m out here. I mean all of the matches have finished, and I bet everybody thinks Wrestlemania XX is over. Well you’re all wrong. Tonight I have brought back some legends and they will be inducted into the re-opened WWE Hall of Fame. Please welcome out first new inductee, the Iron Shiek.

The Iron Shiek’s music plays and the Iranian walks to the ring with the Iran flag. The Iron Shiek enters the ring, and picks his award up. Next out is Sgt. Slaughter, who enters the ring slowly. He watches the Shiek whilst collecting his award. The Shiek and Slaughter stand in opposite corners. Superstar Billy Graham walks to the ring next. He enters the ring confidently and collects his award. Next out is Jesse Ventura, who does the same, followed by Sting who also does the same. Bagpipes play throughout the arena and out walks Rowdy Roddy Piper, who collects his award. A Car Crash sounds through the arena and out walk the Rock N Sock connection to collect their place in the WWE Hall of Fame. Gongs sound in the arena, and the Undertaker collects his award. Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart and Steve Austin collect their awards also. Superstar Billy Graham, Jesse Ventura, Iron Shiek, Sgt. Slaughter and Roddy Piper leave to the back. Vince stands up and walks over into the ring. Hogan, Savage, Rock, Foley, Undertaker, Bret, Shawn, Flair, Vince and Austin all have a stare down, and the camera fades away with the past and present of wrestling on the screen.

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Its very very good, i know it took you ages to write and you have put a lot of effort into this. Probably the best show that you've written. All the matches were good lengtha and everything seems perfect. 10/10
 

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that was pretty sh!t man...
Edge vs A-Train at WM20? AL Snow vs Big Boss Man? Vince vs Shane?? Nash vs Big Show?? What were you thinkin??

As if you couldn't come up with beta than that.
 

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cabs 26, shut the hell up..A-Dust's WrestleMania is WAY better then whatever you can write, so just leave him alone and respect what he has written for us, he done this for all of us and you just say its shit?, You need to improve your manners boy.

Now, A-Dust that was awesome..l really enjoyed your WM20 Card, Good Length and good Promos..and on the behalf of Limit l give you a 10/10 :)
 

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well you're right LIMIT it wasn't completely sh!t that was a bit harsh, i just didn't like a lot of his matches but it was obvious that there was a lot of effort put into it so i'm sorry A-DUST well done.

But LIMIT i do think i coud've done beta. You should read 'My RAW' and then make your judgement, feel free to bag it as much as you want because i'm probably like A-DUST and put a lot of effort into their writing and want to improve.
 

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I've read your Raw cabs and I think A-Dust is "The Legend" much like his MSN name is. The length was good, the promos were good, the matches were good, it didn't matter who faced who, he still made the wrestlers in character and good. I really enjoyed reading it and can't wait until he does this again. The long time and hard work paid off A-Dust. 10/10
 

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Most people agree with my cabs..you lose l win.

And why do you always go LIMIT, A-DUST, JUVY? etc
 

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That was real good A-Dust, for my WM I was gonna do i was going to have very much the same matches, but not all the same, great minds think alike.

10/10 my friend, must have taken you a week to wrtie it up.
 

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ya A-dust is like his msn name the legend that was awesome i think cabs and a-dust are both great writers and this deserves a 10/10
 

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Thanks Dr. Thuganomics, I have to say this is the best show I have ever booked and thoroughly (sp) enjoyed writing it.

"that was pretty sh!t man...
Edge vs A-Train at WM20? AL Snow vs Big Boss Man? Vince vs Shane?? Nash vs Big Show?? What were you thinkin??

As if you couldn't come up with beta than that."

Well cabs_26 I'd like to see you come up with something better than this. A-Train vs. Edge, Nash vs. Show, Snow vs. Boss Man and Vince vs. Shane are all in my opinion perfectly acceptable matches for Wrestlemania.

Thanks Limit for your comments on Wrestlemania and for standing up for me.

Thanks Juvy, to let everyone know I'm thinking of writing Summerslam, may not though.

Thanks Grendill, this took me two months write.

Thanks faru.

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This was legendary. This must have taken months to write, and it has given me a good 30 minutes of reading, BTW it was a pleasure to read. Be proud of yourself A-Dust, this was off the charts, and people like me can only hope to be half the writer you are.

Best Match: Michaels vs Flair
Best Finish: Lesnar vs Goldberg
Overall: 10000000000000000000/10
 

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i do think it was a good show! but i have to e honest and say i think cabs 26 is a betta writer!
and i thoght alot of the matches were poor decisions!
but i could see there was lots of effort
 

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hbk95 said in post #12 :
i do think it was a good show! but i have to e honest and say i think cabs 26 is a betta writer!
and i thoght alot of the matches were poor decisions!
but i could see there was lots of effort

A-dust is a much better writer than cabs26, cabs is good but a-dust is simply better.
 

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Looks like a excellent WM XX. It must of taken you ages to type all of that. How long exactly will the show be? Looks like a lot more than 4 hours lol.
 

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It was great, but you shouldn't have finished with the hall of fame thing, it wouldn't fit into a wrestlmanis in my view.

Very, very good none the less.
 

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i thought it was brilliant except the al snow bossman match is almost an exact copy of their hardcore match at summerslam 99
 

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tom_t101 said in post #16 :
i thought it was brilliant except the al snow bossman match is almost an exact copy of their hardcore match at summerslam 99
He wrote the full PPV by himself and he worked really hard on it, if the al snow and bossman hardcore match is similar then good because it adds to the realism of his show, If you watch Angle V Benoit matches they are nearly the same every time with a move or two new, if you look at a HHH V Rock match they are nearly the same every time with a move or two new.
 

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tom_t101 said in post #16 :
i thought it was brilliant except the al snow bossman match is almost an exact copy of their hardcore match at summerslam 99
First off all Thank You for your praise. Also Thank You to everyone else who has replied since I last thanked people.

I worked for two months on this show, and I wrote every match on my own. Yes I used ideas from match between them, but I also added more. Plus I didn't put half the things they did in the match. Plus as Dr. Thuganomics said when wrestlers meet for a second or other multiple time they use the same moves over and over, it just adds to the realism, as Dr. Thuganomics said.

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kudos man :)

A-dust raising the bar for all bookers imo, lots of effort and I loved the audtin hhh match especially the finish :)

congratz man, a great show
 
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