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WWE Monday Night RAW Preview
Monday 30th August 2010
The Longest Running Episodic Television Show Reaches 900


Tonight is the 900’th episode of Monday Night RAW, which means one thing - Excitement! Tonight, the RAW General Manager has signed several pay-per-view worthy matches for the WWE Universe, and has stated that there will be surprises along the way. What does the WWE’s flagship programme have in store tonight?

Last week on Monday Night RAW, it became apparent that come Night Of Champions, Sheamus would defend his WWE Championship against five deserving superstars in a Six Pack Challenge. This, directly from the General Manager of RAW, via E-mail. The superstars announced for the match included Nexus leader Wade Barrett (who cashed in his NXT contract clause), Chris Jericho, Randy Orton, Edge and John Cena.

Last week, WWE Champion Sheamus was allowed to lounge in his throne, and scout a selection of matches. However, this week he will be in action as he competes with Randy Orton, in what should be a hostile bout. The two have had history for months, and tonight, they will let it all out, face to face.

In other competition, John Cena will face Nexus leader Wade Barrett, another match with history of late, and Chris Jericho will battle Edge. The RAW GM has called it a Night Of Champions warm up. But with such a volatile selection of matches, one is left wondering whether all six men will even make it to Night Of Champions after tonight.

Also on RAW tonight, the loudmouth Money in the Bank holder, Miz will take on former Nexus member Darren Young. Young has stated that tonight is a fresh start. Two weeks ago he was kicked out of Nexus and beat down by the power hungry group, after losing in his Summerslam revenge match against John Cena. Will he start his new life with a victory?

On last week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, WWE Diva’s Champion Melina put away Jillian to retain her belt. However, Laycool appeared on the tron after the match, informing Melina that they would be at RAW next week, with an offer that she simply couldn’t refuse. WWE.com can now officially confirm that this is in fact true. Layla and Michelle McCool will be at the arena, but what exactly will their offer entail?

All of this, and much, much more on RAW’s 900th episode.

Confirmed Matches

WWE Champion Sheamus vs. Randy Orton - Non title
John Cena vs. Wade Barrett
Edge vs. Chris Jericho
Miz vs. Darren Young
 

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Great to see!

Hope this goes good for you, everyting looks good and im glad you have gone back to the normal threads over the diary types. Maybe now that Kane is champ you get your hunger back lol

Good luck
 

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As expected from you the thread title is a little dramatic, but I do remember a time where I praised you for your booking (I believe it was your 2003 thread, The Attitude Returns or something like that). All jokes aside, don't try and be crazy different. Do something original, but don't create melodramatic storylines. Keep it simple and get yourself back on track. Good luck.
 

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I really hope that this is the thread that you put your heart into because I'd like nothing more than to be able to get into a current WWE thread. There's so much room for improvement on the real product and the 900th episode is a potentially great way to start from. Factor in that you're a good writer and booker - this could be something really special if you try.

Good luck to you - hopefully this works out!
 

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I really like the looks of this, I don't believe I am familar with your work but I am just a Lurker. I wonder what LayCool will have to say to Melina and are you going to post the rosters sometime soon or no?
 

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RAW’s 900th episode, Sheamus unhappy and more


As RAW’s 900th episode approaches, WWE creative staff have had numerous sleepless nights. Plans have been changing at a rapid pace, and are still not finalised for Monday’s live show. One thing that is for certain is that the RAW GM will only be there via e-mail, as production crew were spotted setting up the podium. There have also been talks about The Miz’s role during the broadcast. It’s more than likely that he will continue his program with Bryan Danielson, and that a one on one match will be set up for somewhere down the line.

It has been reported that WWE Champion Sheamus isn’t happy on the RAW brand, and hasn’t been happy for several weeks. Whether that has an effect on his Championship match at Night Of Champions is unknown. Sheamus and Orton have a scheduled match on the 900’th episode, and will likely take the main event spot, with more Night of Champions build up taking place.

There was going to be a special six man over the top rope Battle Royal featuring stars from Smackdown, with the winner becoming the number one contender for the United States Championship. However, Mr. Mcmahon turned down the pitch, claiming that it’s a RAW celebration, and that there was to be no appearances from Smackdown guys. Something which didn’t go down too well with the Smackdown roster.

There has been talks of a shake up within the WWE’s tag team division. A special tag team program is scheduled to start on the 900th episode. We heard this from the local television magazine. It’s still unknown as to what it will entail, but it sounds promising at this early stage.

Finally, fans shouldn’t get their hopes up to see such stars as Austin or The Rock. Mr. McMahon has been quite vocal as of late, claiming that RAW is moving forward, and that bringing stars back would just be heading two steps backwards. Don’t count out a Triple H appearance though, as there will supposedly be a special RAW Guest Host for the 900’th show.
 

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WWE Monday Night RAW
Monday 30th August 2010
The Longest Running Episodic Television Show Reaches 900


RAW fades from black into a video package, featuring some of the most talked about moments in RAW history. It begins with highlights of the very first episode way back in 1993. It details the rivalled history between Monday Night RAW and WCW Nitro, and how RAW eventually came out on top and destroyed its competitor. The video next recaps the brutal story between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brian Pillman, and the famous scene as Austin broke into Pillman’s home. It continues down Austin’s career, and his feud with Mr. McMahon, featuring all the twists and turns. Highlights of The Rock’s This Is Your Life are revealed next, and the many stories between The Rock and Mankind. Test and Stephanie’s wedding scenes show, when Triple H dropped one of the biggest bombshells ever, announcing to the world that he had in fact married Stephanie when she had passed out. The feud between Test and Triple H, and the whole Hunter Hearst Helmsley era are remembered, as is the Ministry and Degeneration X.

Footage of DX’s return back in 2006 comes next, and the history between Michaels and The Game. Then there’s the modern era, Evolution, and their break up. Randy Orton rising up the ranks. John Cena becoming one of, if not the biggest star in the company. Superstars coming and going. RAW set’s changing, theme music altering. Cena being drafted to RAW, and all other notable draft picks. All of the guest hosts are shown, and the consequences they brought to the table with them. Ric Flair retiring at Wrestlemania twenty-four. Michaels going at Mania twenty-six.

The video explodes into a fireball and we head into the arena for RAW’s 900’th episode.


Burn It To The Ground echo’s throughout the arena as Michael Cole and Jerry The King Lawler welcome everyone to the biggest night in RAW’s history. Its 900’th episode. They go through the card for the show, which features Edge versus Chris Jericho, John Cena versus Nexus leader Wade Barrett, and the main event, Randy Orton versus WWE Champion Sheamus in a non title match.

We shoot to Justin Roberts standing in the middle of the ring, donned in a smart looking suit. He introduces us to tonight’s guest host for the 900th episode. SHAWN MICHAELS!

The crowd go absolutely ape shit as none other than the Heart Break Kid, Shawn Michaels appears from behind the stage wearing jeans, a T-shirt, and of course, his cowboy hat. Michaels has a grin etched across his face from ear to ear as he lifts his arms in the air, and kneels down abruptly for his pyro display. Michael Cole can’t believe it, neither can Jerry Lawler. His music increases the tempo in the arena and the atmosphere is (vintage Michael Cole) electric! As Michaels scrambles down to the ring, Cole and King reminisce about Michaels’ final match back at Wrestlemania twenty-six when he faced, and was unfortunately beaten by The Undertaker.

Michaels stands in the ring completely motionless and soaks up the atmosphere with a smile. He is genuinely happy and it shows. ‘Boy have I missed this’ were his first words, which again, receives massive admiration and applause. He refers to the 900’th episode and begins to list off his career chronologically. His moments include being on the debut episode of RAW back in 1993, his legacy with DX, and his friendship with Triple H. He mentions that it’s thrilling to be back in a RAW ring, and that he’s going to enjoy tonight, sitting back, watching RAW, in his new Shawn Michaels T-shirt which is obviously available on WWEShop.com. This receives a laugh from the crowd as it’s all in good fun. As his smile grows it becomes mischievous. Michaels tells the crowd that he has a very big surprise tonight, as he has been in touch with his best friend, and persuaded him to show up tonight. The crowd converse with one another over who Michaels could be talking about. They know full well but don’t quite believe it. Michaels grins and introduces… THE GAME, TRIPLE H!

The crowd go nuts yet again. However, this quickly disintegrates into chaos as the music of WWE Champion Sheamus blasts across the PA system. The Celtic Warrior appears on the stage, mic perched in hand. He tells everyone that Triple H isn’t coming out to the ring, because everyone knows that he ended his career back at Extreme Rules. As the crowd continue to boo infuriatingly, Sheamus says that this is RAW’s 900’th episode. Nobody wants to see Shawn Michaels trying to sell his T-shirts. They want to see a champion. The champion, the WWE Champion. Him.

Sheamus crawls into the ring and stands toe to toe with Shawn Michaels. He laughs as he details every last minute of his match with Triple H, and how he loved ending his career. Michaels doesn’t flinch however, just frowns. Sheamus reminds Shawn Michaels that he retired back at Wrestlemania, and that he shouldn’t have even been invited to the show. He then gets an idea. He wonders what it would feel like not only to have ended Hunter’s career, but to end Shawn’s career too. That would certainly make tonight a night to remember.

Sheamus begins to go through what he would do to Shawn Michaels right now. He would smash his skull in with his WWE Championship. Lay into him with a couple of right hands. Embarra… SWEET CHIN MUSIC. The crowd roar as Michaels plants WWE Champion Sheamus with a Sweet Chin Music. However, before anyone can react, the music of Mr. Money in the Bank, Miz hits. The crowd are split. Half of them boo and half of them cheer. Nobody expects it though. Miz sprints to the ring with a referee and cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase. He waits for Sheamus to eventually get to his feet and pummels him with the Skull Crushing Finale. Miz hooks the legs of Sheamus and waits as the referee counts to three. OH MY GOD! MIZ HAS DONE IT. MIZ HAS CASHED IN HIS MONEY IN THE BANK CONTRACT AND BECOME THE NEW WWE CHAMPION!

The action doesn’t stop there however. As soon as Miz gets back to his feet, he is met with another Sweet Chin Music, courtesy of RAW’s guest host, the Icon, Mr. Wrestlemania, The Heart Break Kid, Shawn Michaels. The crowd can hardly contain themselves. It’s nuts in the arena. Shawn Michaels grabs the WWE Championship belt from the referee and places it on top of the motionless Miz. His music plays and he salutes the crowd with a few waves, before heading back up the ramp with a smile. Secretly asking himself what the hell just happened, to kick off RAW’s 900’th episode.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We return to RAW with Michael Cole and King nattering over highlights of what just happened. Michaels knocked Sheamus out with the Sweet Chin Music. Miz came down and cashed in his Money in the Bank contract, and pinned Sheamus to win the WWE Championship. Then Michaels knocked him down with a Sweet Chin Music. Michael Cole then reveals that the Six Pack Challenge will indeed go on as planned, except Miz will be walking in as WWE Champion, and not Sheamus.

We then head backstage where the Miz is grinning into the camera. His exact words are ‘I’m the WWE Champion… and I…am AWESOME!!!

Elsewhere backstage, Sheamus is going crazy in the backstage area. Trashing everything in his path. He mutters blame on Shawn Michaels and says he will kill him. Suddenly a hand comes into view and taps Sheamus on the shoulder. He turns around violently and bumps chests with… THE GAME, TRIPLE H! Again, the crowd go crazy. Their third orgasm of the night. Triple H is chewing gum with a stern look on his face. He grins, grabs hold of Sheamus and launches him into a brick wall. He ends it with a huge crotch chop and tells Sheamus that he’ll see him when he gets back.

We return to ringside where the music of Edge hits. Despite being a tweener, the crowd cheer. Edge has his pyro explode, and heads to the ring, ready to take on Chris Jericho.

Jericho enters the picture, with his music blaring, and the crowd booing in full force. Jericho shows no emotion as he heads to the ring. Michael Cole and King remind the viewers at home that this is the first of tonight’s Night Of Champions warm up matches, scheduled by the RAW General Manager via E-mail.


Match One
Night Of Champions Warm Up Match
Edge vs. Chris Jericho

In a battle overflowing with personality, both Edge and Chris Jericho gain the upper hand on numerous occasions. However, Chris Jericho begins to get frustrated as Edge seems to kick out of everything he throws at him. The match comes to a close when Jericho goes for the Codebreaker. Edge dodges the bullet so to speak and launches himself for the Spear. However, Jericho also dodges it and manages to lock Edge in the Walls Of Jericho. It stays locked in for several minutes but Edge just won’t give in. In the end, Jericho rolls out of the ring, frothing with anger, grabs a steel chair and slams it into the back of Edge’s head, ending the match in an instant.
Winner - Edge via disqualification

Jericho wipes his hands of Edge and heads back up the ramp taking in the abuse from the crowd. Edge meanwhile tries to come to terms with what just happened.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A WWE RAW moment plays. During the Jeff Hardy and Randy Orton feud over the WWE Championship, when Hardy leapt from the top of the tron onto Orton, knocking them both out in the process.

Backstage we see Bret The Hitman Hart standing by with the WWE Tag Team Champions Tyson Kidd and David Hart Smith, along with Natalya. Bret Hart claims that RAW needs a tag team shake up. He states that The Hart Foundation need fresh competition, and the only way to get fresh competition each and every week is to create new teams. He says the tag team division has always been important to the WWE and it’s time to bring it back to the glory days. Bret announces that starting next week on Monday Night RAW, a random tag team draft will take place, pitting two random superstars together as a tag team. That way, the tag team division will grow again, and become one of the most talked about reasons to tune into RAW each and every week. Hart gives the two lads a pat on the shoulder as they smile.

We go ringside where Michael Cole and Lawler discuss the show so far, and remind fans through a video package of last week when WWE Diva’s Champion Melina defeated Jillian to retain her title, and how WWE Women’s Champion Laycool announced that they’d be at RAW tonight.

The music of Melina his and she makes her way to the ring with pride about being Diva’s Champion.

Her opponent for the night, Jillian comes down to the ring ready for her rematch from last week. Of course, Jillian begins singing, but Melina soon shuts her up with a forearm to the face.


Match Two
WWE Diva’s Championship Match
WWE Diva’s Champion Melina vs. Jillian

Melina beats Jillian in nothing more than a squash match for the second week running.
Winner - Melina via pinfall

Melina climbs to her feet and celebrates with her title. However, the music of Laycool plays and WWE Women’s Champions Layla and Michelle McCool strut down to the ring. Once in, they grab a microphone each. They greet Melina with a hi and introduce themselves to her. Meanwhile, Melina keeps her distance in the ring. Layla says the reason they came here tonight was to give Melina the opportunity to join Laycool. Before Melina can answer, or even think about her answer McCool asks her to think about this… all three of them, reigning over the women’s division with both championship belts. The fans somewhat plead with Melina not to listen. Melina pauses, then lifts her microphone to her mouth.

Melina tells Laycool that she has thought about it, and instead, she has a proposition for them. How about they shut their mouths, and prove to the world that they deserve to be the co holders of the WWE Women’s Championship. Layla and Michelle McCool give each other a solemn glance as the crowd cheer. McCool whispers into Layla’s ear, then Layla announces to Melina and the world that they’ll think about it.

The co holders of the WWE Women’s Championship turn around as if to leave, but suddenly leap at Melina, striking her with the two halves of the championship belt. The crowd shower the two divas with heat as they pound Melina with rights and lefts. After a worthwhile, yet cowardly beating, they stand tall over Melina’s body and pose as their music blares.

We quickly jump to a shot of John Cena trudging through the backstage corridor with a serious look across his face. Michael Cole reminds us that Cena is in action next, against Nexus leader, Wade Barrett.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We return to Monday Night RAW with another WWE RAW moment. This one recapping the night that Mr. McMahon’s limo exploded on live television as he entered it.

We head ringside next where the music of Nexus hits. Wade Barrett emerges from the entrance stage with a grimace. The rest of Nexus follow slightly behind, but pause on the ramp, while Barrett continues to the ring, mic in hand.

Barrett climbs into the ring and claims that it doesn’t matter who walks into Night of Champions as the WWE Champion, because there’s only one man good enough to walk out of Night Of Champions as the WWE Champion, and that is him. He reminds everyone that Nexus are a team. A cohesive unit that thinks together. He pleads with everyone to remember that Nexus are capable of destroying the WWE, and their first priority is to own the WWE Championship.

The music of John Cena interrupts proceedings, and receives a decent pop from the RAW faithful. Cena walks to the ring saluting the fans in the process. He grabs the mic from Barrett and calmly tells him that they were scheduled to wrestle tonight on the 900th episode of Monday Night RAW, so that’s exactly what they’re going to do. With that, Cena launches the microphone to the floor below, and the bell tolls.


Match Number Three
Night Of Champions Warm Up Match
Wade Barrett vs. John Cena

The physicality breaks out right from the off. Both Cena and Barrett give everything they have. Nexus stand on the apron throughout and try their best to get cheap shots in. The end see’s both men try their finisher, with none of them succeeding. However, out of no-where, John Cena locks Barrett in the STFU, causing the leader of Nexus to tap.
Winner - John Cena via submission

Before John Cena can even celebrate, Nexus storm the ring like a pack of wild animals, and viciously lay into Cena with right hand after right hand. Feeling satisfied they all lift him up to his feet and position him in front of Barrett. Wade unsteadily gets to a vertical position and growls intently at Cena. He orders the rest of the Nexus members out of the ring, and they do so, slowly. Meanwhile, in the middle of the ring, Wade Barrett grabs a microphone. With an evil grin on his face he claims that tonight marks the beginning of Wade Barrett’s title journey. He spouts on about Night Of Champions and that it doesn’t matter who walks into the match as WWE Champion, because when all is said and done, he will be the one walking out with the title strapped firmly around his waist, making Nexus the most powerful group in WWE history.

Wade drops the microphone to the canvas with a threatening thud and stares right through an exhausted looking John Cena. However, just as he’s about to pounce, we get two ding’s.

Michael Cole stands up announcing that he has just received an E-Mail from the General Manager. He places his readers on the bridge of his nose and begins to read it aloud, quoting…

Wade Barrett, before you do anything you may regret, please stop and listen to what I have to say. You or any other member of Nexus will not put your hands on anyone, until you take part in the Six Pack Challenge at Night Of Champions. In fact, if you do, not only will you be removed from the Six Pack Challenge, but you and the whole group will be fired on the spot.

The crowd cheer at this announcement. However, Michael Cole continues, and once again, quotes…

In fact, I am getting a little bit sick and tired of people thinking they can get away with whatever they like seeing as I’m not there. That’s why, I have decided that next week, live on Monday Night RAW, I will be there in person, and that’s the way it will be from now on.

Again, the crowd cheer, loudly in excitement. Jerry The King Lawler too. He wonders who the General Manager actually is, and what they will do next week. Meanwhile, back in the ring Wade Barrett shoves Cena to the floor with a grimace, stares at him for several seconds before looking into the crowd, motioning that he will become the WWE Champion at Night Of Champions.

Shawn Michaels stands in his office with a gleaming smile. He says he can’t wait to see who the General Manager is when he appears next week. However, that is one week away, seven days away. Tonight is now. Michaels says since he is in charge for the night, he wants to do something worthwhile. He wants to do something that will excite everyone in the arena, and everyone watching at home.

Suddenly, there is a knock on his door. He asks for them to come in, to which they do. It’s… Bryan Danielson. The crowd, of course cheer. Michaels shakes Danielson’s hand and the two embrace in a hug. Michael’s claims that Danielson is just the man he wanted to see. He says he’s been watching RAW from his home in San Antonio Texas, and has watched The Miz ambush him on several occasions. That is why, in his power as the 900’th episode Guest Host, that next week, live on Monday Night RAW, it will be Bryan Danielson versus… THE MIZ. The crowd roar in approval. FOR THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP… yells HBK. The crowd are overjoyed. What a match. Bryan Danielson smiles and informs Mr. Wrestlemania that he won’t let him down.

We are back at ringside where the music of new WWE Champion Miz hits. He comes out of the wings not looking too pleased, after obviously hearing the announcement of the Heart Break Kid, Shawn Michaels. However, his grin slowly turns upside down as he checks his WWE Championship belt, that’s strapped across his shoulder.

As Miz gets ready in the ring, the music of Darren Young hits. The crowd don’t do much. Young comes out wearing shades, dancing around ala R-Truth/John Cena rapper gimmick. He gets a small pop, but most of the crowd don’t much care for him at this point. As he makes his entrance Michael Cole reiterates Michael’s announcement, that next week WWE Champion Miz will defend his newly won Championship against Bryan Danielson in a one on one match.


Match Four
Non Title Match
The Miz © vs. Darren Young

In nothing more than a glorified squash match, which see’s Young get in tiny amounts of offence, The Miz picks up the win with the Skull Crushing Finale.
Winner - The Miz via pinfall

After the match, Bryan Danielson slides into the ring and locks The Miz in the Crossface Chickenwing. Miz repeatedly taps out, but for the second week running, WWE match officials are forced to enter the ring and break the pair up. Before Danielson leaves the ring, he lifts the WWE Championship up high into the air, in preparation for what could happen next week.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We return to RAW’s 900th episode with another WWE RAW moment. This one featuring Evolution back in 2004. The night after Randy Orton won the WWE Championship at Summerslam. The night that Evolution kicked Orton out, viciously.

We then see footage from the start of the show, when Miz cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and defeated Sheamus to win the WWE Championship. Michael Cole reminds us that the main event tonight, is the former WWE Champion Sheamus, going one on one with the WWE’s very own viper, Randy Orton.

We then hear the music of R-Truth, and he comes out from the crowd, getting them pumped up with his rapping. Once Truth gets settled in the ring, his opponent for the evening, Ted Dibiase enters, with Maryse on his arm.

Match Five
Singles Match
R-Truth vs. Ted Dibiase W/Maryse

R-Truth looks strong throughout, but Ted Dibiase has the upper hand, especially with Maryse encouraging him from the outside. After almost every move, Dibiase looks out to Maryse and smiles, almost as if he’s showing off to her. This costs him though towards the end of the match as R-Truth catches him off guard with a roll up. It doesn’t last longer than two seconds mind, but it’s enough to put Ted Dibiase in second gear, to finish the match with a pinfall victory.
Winner - Ted Dibiase via pinfall

As the bell tolls Ted Dibiase climbs to his feet and smiles, soaking in the crowd’s boo’s. Maryse then stands and watches as Dibiase attacks R-Truth. He backs him into the corner and pummels him until he can barely stand. However, John Morrison slides into the ring to make the save. The crowd cheer as Morrison lays into Dibiase. Maryse grabs hold of Dibiase’s legs from the outside and pulls him out of the ring, before the pair of them bail through the crowd. Meanwhile, John Morrison checks over R-Truth.

We then have our final video package of the 900’th episode of Monday Night RAW, showcasing the recent history between former WWE Champion Sheamus and Randy Orton.

With that, Sheamus makes his entrance. Michael Cole and King go through the beginning of the night, and The Miz pinning Sheamus to win the WWE Championship.

Out next is Randy Orton to a massive pop. Biggest pop of the night. Orton gets into the ring and stares right through Sheamus as the bell rings.


Main Event
Night Of Champions Warm Up Match
Sheamus vs. Randy Orton

The crowd backs Orton right the way through, showering Sheamus with abuse. They mock him about loosing the WWE Championship, but this just gets Sheamus riled up. Sheamus taunts Orton and the crowd after a couple of moves, while Orton lies on the canvas. However, as he does this, Orton manages to get to his feet, and slams Sheamus to the ground in the process. Sheamus rolls out of the ring however so that Orton is unable to get the pin. In the end, Sheamus rolls back into the ring and shoves the referee, before blasting him with the High Cross causing the disqualification. He then grabs hold of Orton and launches him over the top rope to the outside.
Winner - Randy Orton via disqualification

Sheamus snatches a microphone from a ring official. As the crowd rip into him with abuse Sheamus laughs. He says he couldn’t care less about what they think of him, in fact, he couldn’t care less about RAW anymore. Sheamus claims that RAW has treated him unfairly in recent weeks, and now that he isn’t the WWE Champion, there’s not much point in him sticking around. Sheamus talks about Night Of Champions and that it doesn’t even matter whether he wins the WWE Championship or not, because next week, live on Monday Night RAW, he is going to address the General Manager face to face, and he is going to hand in his RAW resignation.

With that, Sheamus drops the microphone and walks ominously up the ramp. Michael Cole and King thank everyone for watching, and we fade out to black, to end RAW’s 900’th episode.
 

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NXT’s replacement?


NXT being cancelled by the WWE is old news, however, it has become apparent that the WWE has something else in the works to utilise it’s developmental talent.

NXT disappeared off the air after its season one finale, in which Nexus leader Wade Barrett won. However, a new idea is currently in pre production. It will be similar to NXT, a special one hour weekly television show, solely for the WWE’s up and coming developmental guys.

No news has been leaked as of yet regarding the new concept, but it’s something that the WWE and Vince McMahon especially are very excited about.

We expect to see the new idea worm its way into the company by December 2010, with a possible Royal Rumble feature. We will of course keep you posted on this, and other news as it occurs.
 

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I REALLY Hope you have Bryan Beat Miz for the title next week, Only for Miz to give him the US Championship instead of the WWE title. Also, I Love the Idea of putting together Random Tag Teams, I think a John Morrison/Ted Dibiase Team would be great, With Morrison Turning heel WITH DiBiase. Wasn't to Keen with How Triple H returned, with him throwing Sheamus into a wall and Sheamus Quitting. Triple H Needs to at least have a short program with him, even if Sheamus has to defeat Triple H to Quit, with triple H beating him so he can torture him further?
 

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Great show, and lots of interesting stories in there. this BtB looks like it has real potential, and I think it will be a great BtB for all to read if you carry on. Im eager to see what is happening with this replacement NxT, that looks interesting. Could you give us a ltitle info :D Lol.
But very nice show, the matches could be a little more detailed, but thats just a a little thing. I dont like short matches or long matches, but I think that yours are too short unfortunatley. But other than that, brilliant show. 8/10
 

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WWE Friday Night Smackdown Preview
Friday 3rd September 2010
Brothers Of Destruction…Self Destruct


Last week on Smackdown, World Heavyweight Champion Kane defeated Rey Mysterio in a non title bout, but an evil presence returned to confront the Big Red Monster. That presence being The Undertaker. The two brothers took centre stage with Kane claiming to be the Devil’s favourite Demon. Undertaker made it perfectly clear however, that he may look dead, but he would live to fight another day.

Tonight on Smackdown, General Manager Teddy Long has made a blockbuster main event. World Heavyweight Champion Kane will team up with Alberto Del Rio to face Rey Mysterio and The Undertaker. Two rivalries will collide, but what will the outcome provide?

Last week on Smackdown, the leader of the Straight Edge Society CM Punk claimed that he wasn’t going to tell them again that they need to be stronger. He insisted that Luke Gallows defeat The Big Show, which he didn’t. Needless to say, Punk wasn’t happy when Smackdown left the airwaves.

Tonight on Smackdown, CM Punk has declared airtime to sort out the Societies problems. What does CM Punk have in store for Luke Gallows, Joseph Mercury and Serena? Also, will Big Show be in attendance to ruin the party?

One match that has already been signed for tonight is a divas bout which will see SES member Serena battle Big Show’s new best friend, Kelly Kelly.

The heat and tension between MVP and Jack Swagger continues to grow. Last week MVP was disqualified in the Swagger Invitational, giving Swagger the victory. The result came when MVP was down three to nothing. He completely lost his cool and lashed out at Swagger with a closed fist. What will happen tonight on Friday Night Smackdown when the two are in attendance?

Finally, will WWE Women’s Champion Laycool have an answer for Melina, who, on the 900th episode of Monday Night RAW last Monday offered them a unification match at Night of Champions?

Find out this, and much, much more this Friday, on Friday Night Smackdown.

Confirmed Matches

World Heavyweight Champion Kane and Alberto Del Rio vs. The Undertaker and Rey Mysterio
Serena vs. Kelly Kelly
 

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Smackdown! looks to be one hell of an event, you are a very talented writter when motivated enough to stick to a thread.

I do hope you do something different and new with CM Punk, either re-shape and totally change the outlook of the S.E.S, bringing them out of their losing streak or have maybe Punk turn on them, calling them a dissapointment and possibly a short face run by Punk.

Please have MVP go over Swagger and get the better of him, can't stand the guy.

And your main event, Kane & Rio vs. Taker and Mysterio looks to be one hell of a match, I am sure it won't end clean though and will possibly see a brawl or a no contest resulting in Del Rio taking out Mysterio continuing their feud with a brawl through the crowd leaving Kane and Taker to close the show, turning the lights off on each other and intimidating each other.

Overal, it has huge potential and best of luck. Please stick with it.
 

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WWE Friday Night Smackdown
Friday 3rd September 2010
The Brothers Of Destruction… Self Destruct


We are welcomed to this week’s episode of Smackdown with a video package hyping up the recent rivalry between the two brothers Kane and The Undertaker. The video replays last weeks events in which we saw Kane and The Undertaker cut a promo about who was the most dominant brother. The video finishes with a split screen image of both Kane and The Undertaker, with text on the screen that reads ‘The Brothers Of Destruction… Self Destruct.

We enter the arena where Todd Grisham and Matt Striker welcome us. They talk about the tension between Kane and The Undertaker, and hype tonight’s main event which will see Kane team up with Alberto Del Rio to take on The Undertaker and Rey Mysterio.

The music of MVP then hits and the crowd give him somewhat of a standing ovation as he heads to the ring.

Out next is The All American, American, Jack Swagger. It’s going to be a one on one contest between the two rivals.


Match One
Singles Match
MVP vs. Jack Swagger

Considering their recent hatred for one another, both Swagger and MVP take it rather calmly from the beginning. However, after a Swagger cheap shot, in the form of a slap to the face, things get heated up. MVP finds a second wind and takes control. Punches, kicks and multiple suplexes come Swaggers way. MVP then hit’s the Playmaker out of no where. However, before he goes for the pin, Drew McIntyre slides into the ring and attacks him from behind. The referee calls for the bell, which rings through. McIntyre continues the beat down on MVP, and Swagger joins in once he’s up. It’s a two on one beat down for several seconds until Matt Hardy makes an appearance, and rolls into the ring to make the save. It isn’t long until the music of Smackdown General manager Teddy Long hits.
Winner - MVP Via Disqualification

The Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long stands on the entrance ramp, clutching at a microphone. He says he understands friends sticking up for one another, but they shouldn’t do it during a scheduled match. Long says without much time to think things through, and because all four men are dressed for the occasion, the best thing to do is to restart the match. Only this time, a tag team match. MVP and Matt Hardy versus Jack Swagger and Drew McIntyre. The crowd pop at the announcement, the bell ringer tolls his bell and the match gets underway again.

Match Two
Tag Team Match
MVP and Matt Hardy vs. Jack Swagger and Drew McIntyre

After a back and forth tag team match, which left nothing to the imagination, all comes to an end. Matt Hardy and Jack Swagger fall out of the ring brawling. Meanwhile, MVP connects with the Playmaker on Jack Swagger, giving him enough time to hook the leg, and watch the referee count to three. Giving MVP a clean victory over Swagger, finally. Hardy climbs back into the ring to congratulate his tag team partner.

Winners - MVP and Matt Hardy

As the match comes to a close, the referee raises Hardy’s and MVP’s arms high into the air, claiming them the victors. However, he rushes out of the ring as McIntyre and Swagger leap at the two winners from behind. McIntyre launches himself at Hardy and brings him to the ground while Swagger backs MVP into the corner. Swagger beats on MVP with rights and lefts. McIntyre on the other hand drags Matt Hardy under the bottom rope to the outside, before slamming him back first into the steel ring steps.

The crowd shower the pair with abuse, but that seems to rally them on. Back in the ring, Swagger plants MVP with his patented Gutwrench Powerbomb. He stands tall over Smackdown’s most valuable player with a huge smirk before locking in the Ankle Lock, causing MVP to repeatedly tap. On the outside, Drew McIntyre lays Matt Hardy out with a Future Shock, right onto the thin layer of padding surrounding the ring.

The pair swarm their pray like wild animals as Smackdown heads to its first commercial break of the evening. Todd Grisham and Matt Striker seem speechless.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We return with highlights of what took place before the break. Grisham and Striker inform the fans that MVP and Matt Hardy are being examined by medical personnel.

With that, the music of Kelly Kelly bursts through the PA system. The crowd roar as she approaches the ring in another skimpy outfit.

As she stretches in the ring, out comes Serena, along with SES leader CM Punk, Luke Gallows and Joseph Mercury.


Match Two
Divas Contest
Kelly Kelly vs. Serena W/CM Punk, Luke Gallows and Joseph Mercury

Botches are the theme of the day during this match, and both women look green. However, after a short, but sweet back and forth match, which see’s several close attempts courtesy of Serena, Kelly Kelly gets the roll up pinfall victory.

Winner - Kelly Kelly

After the bell, CM Punk and the rest of the Straight Edge Society slide into the ring. Serena looks both shocked and upset, almost expecting the worst. The leader, CM Punk snatches a microphone from Justin Roberts and waits for KK’s music to die down.

Punk says he can’t believe it. He reminds the SES of his words last week, and that it was the final chance he was willing to give them. Punk claims to have put in sleepless nights trying to get the group functioning. Not just that, but he’s given everything in order to make it a family, and what does he get in return? A bunch of talentless slackers that aren’t prepared to give it their all.

Punk intimidates the group, and just like last week orders them to get on their knees. The group hesitantly follow the orders. Punk however goes even further. He demands that the group hang their heads in shame. They all give each other a glance, which angers Punk. He yells that when he tells them to do something, they do it, without hesitation.

As they kneel down before CM Punk, Punk ominously walks around them. He explains to Gallows, Mercury and Serena that tonight is the night that they receive their deserved punishment. He then exclaims that they will take every second of it without complaint. He drops the microphone as the crowd watch on eagerly awaiting. Punk pauses behind Joseph mercury and cracks him over the head with a closed fist. Mercury awkwardly falls forward. CM Punk then moves over to Luke Gallows, who closes his eyes in anticipation. Punk stands in front of him and orders him to his feet. Gallows does so, albeit rather slowly. Punk then looks right through his eyes, and with a grimace gives him a stiff forearm to the face, followed by a clothesline.

The crowd feel genuine hatred and anger for Punk’s actions, but Punk doesn’t care. CM Punk then heads over to Serena and orders her to her feet. She does so nervously, and cowers back a little. Punk backs her into the turnbuckle and clenches his fist dramatically. He then lifts her to his shoulders, ready to hit the GTS. However, the Big Show’s music hits and the five hundred pound giant sprints to the ring. As soon as Big Show enters the ring, Punk slides out of it and heads back up the ramp. Show checks on Serena, Gallows and Mercury and points towards Punk with a stern look emerging. Punk comes to grips with how lucky he was, and heads through the curtain. Grisham and Striker discuss Punk’s actions tonight, and the power he has over the group for making them take a punishment like that.

We then head to the locker room where WWE Women’s Champions, Michelle McCool and Layla stand. They’re re-watching RAW’s 900’th episode from last Monday, with particular interest in the moment they attacked WWE Diva’s Champion Melina. Laycool then accept Melina’s offer for a unification match at Night Of Champions and become giddy about becoming the Undisputed Women’s Champion.

Up next is another Dashing Cody Rhodes tip. Rhodes makes reference to his haircut and claims that all males should have hair like his. Not only is it clean each and every day, but it’s clean cut, and short. Just the way God intended it to be. Punk shows comparisons between his hairstyle and someone with shoulder length hair.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

We return during the entrance of Dashing Cody Rhodes. Tonight he is scheduled to take part in singles competition. He comes to the ring carrying a cloth covered item, which he places on the announce desk.

His opponent is already in the ring, Tyler Reks.


Match Three
Singles Match
Dashing Cody Rhodes vs. Tyler Reks

It’s nothing more than a squash match. Not even a glorified squash. Tyler Reks gets nothing productive in, and Rhodes finishes the match with the Cross Rhodes.
Winner - Dashing Cody Rhodes

Rhodes gives an arrogant smile and continues the beat down on Reks in the middle of the ring, giving him some serious heat from the live crowd. Rhodes then slides out of the ring and removes the cloth, revealing a hair shaver. Dashing Cody Rhodes then slides back in and taunts Reks with the hair shaver.

Rhodes gives Reks a stiff boot the the skull and sits on his back, before shaving his hair short. Draining Reks of his personality and looks, and diminishing his pride in front of the live audience. Rhodes untidily finishes the job and grabs a lock of the shaven hair. He stands over him and lifts the hair into the air, soaking up the abuse like only he can.

Up next on Friday Night Smackdown, WWE Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler will go one on one with Christian, in a non title match.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Out first is Christian. He smiles at the crowds applause and heads to the ring ready for a fight.

Dolph Ziggler comes out next along with his girlfriend Vickie Guerrero and Chavo. All three are intently boo’d as they walk to the ring. Throughout the entrance, Vickie points to Zigglers Intercontinental Championship.


Match Four
Singles Non Title Match
Christian vs. © Dolph Ziggler W/ Vickie Guerrero and Chavo

Both guys clearly give it their all in this match, but it’s Christian’s ring knowledge and experience that gives him the edge in the early going. However, it isn’t long before Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler begins to get the better of Christian. Albeit a little help ringside from his girlfriend Vickie Guerrero and Chavo. The heel tactics from all three give them some great heat, but start to frustrate Christian. As Vickie and Chavo distract the referee, Ziggler wraps his Intercontinental Championship belt around Christian’s skull, which was thrown into the ring by Chavo. However, Ziggler’s nemesis Kofi Kingston sprints to the ring. Kingston instantly grabs Zigglers attention, allowing Christian ample time to recover. Ziggler turns back around but walks straight into a devastating Killswitch. Before Vickie and Chavo can get into the ring, Christian already has the pinfall victory.
Winner - Christian

Vickie Guerrero and Chavo roll into the ring to check on Dolph. Meanwhile Kofi Kingston holds the Intercontinental Championship aloft as Christian cheers him on. Text strolls along the bottom which reads Kofi Kingston versus Dolph Ziggler for the WWE Intercontinental Championship at Night Of Champions. Grisham and Striker hype the match announcement and wonder whether Kingston will be able to win the title now that the momentum has shifted to him.

Backstage, The Big Show strolls down the corridor. Grisham informs everyone that Show will be in action next tonight against Chavo Guerrero, who’s preparing in the ring. Suddenly, Kelly Kelly pops into view. Show smiles and congratulates her on her victory earlier. She smiles back and thanks him. Double K then wishes Show luck in his match tonight, and gives him a kiss on the lips. The crowd pop. Kelly Kelly leaves the shot, leaving Big Show staring into space, all wide eyed.

Still to come tonight on Friday Night Smackdown, World Heavyweight Champion Kane teams up with Alberto Del Rio to take on Rey Mysterio and The Undertaker, in the main event.

Back at ringside and Vickie Guerrero is helpingg WWE Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler to the back. Meanwhile, Chavo waits in the ring for The Big Show.

Show makes his entrance, still shell shocked by the kiss that took place moments ago.


Match Five
Singles Match
Chavo Guerrero vs. The Big Show

The match begins and ends with a huge Big Show Chokeslam. It finishes with the three count.
Winner - The Big Show

Show celebrates in the ring and raises his arm for all to see. Todd Grisham and Matt Striker then reveal that the main event tag team match is up next.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

As Smackdown enters its final quarter, Alberto Del Rio makes his way down to the ring. During his entrance we are reminded of the recent rivalry between himself and Smackdown’s fan favourite Rey Mysterio, in which he almost broke his arm with a steel chair. Del Rio gets immense heat as he honks his horn and exit’s the veichle donned in his gold trunks, and white towel.

Out next is the World Heavyweight Champion Kane. As Kane makes his entrance, Todd Grisham and Matt Striker go through his feud with The Undertaker, and mention that it’s going to heat up tonight.

Once Kane’s pyro is extinguished, Rey Mysterio makes his entrance, receiving a fantastic pop from the Smackdown faithful. Mysterio sports a white bandage across his arm, selling the injuries given to him by Del Rio last week.

Finally, The Undertaker makes his way out, receiving the biggest pop of the night by far. Taker strolls down the ramp, taking an age to get into the ring.


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Alberto Del Rio and Kane vs. Rey Mysterio and The Undertaker

Throughout the contest, it becomes clear that two separate rivalries are intertwined with one another. Mysterio wants a piece of Alberto Del Rio, and Undertaker wants to get his hands around his brothers throat. As The Undertaker stands toe to toe with Del Rio in the ring, he glances at Rey Mysterio. The crowd pop as Undertaker tags Mysterio into the match. However, before Mysterio can muster up any offence on Del Rio, Smackdown’s newest star slides out of the ring. Mysterio chases him, but walks straight into the grip of Kane, who smashes him to the ground with a massive Chokeslam, straight from hell. Del Rio then leaps at Mysterio and pounds away at him with a flurry of manoeuvres, targeting his injured arm. The referee can’t contain the match, so he signals for the bell, bringing the Smackdown main event to a close.
Winners - No Contest

Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio continue their heated brawl over the barricade and into the crowd. Del Rio has the upper hand as they go out of shot.

Back in the ring World Heavyweight Champion Kane and The Undertaker stand toe to toe. The Taker chants erupt but both behemoths just stand there, motionless. Staring right through one another.

Suddenly, a smirk emerges on Kane’s face, and the lights go completely out. It’s pitch black in the arena. Nobody has a clue as to what’s going on.

They come back on, but The Undertaker is out cold. The Deadman lies on the canvas not moving an inch. Standing next to him is the World Heavyweight Champion Kane, and a mysterious figure dressed in a black cape. The figure has a black hood over its face.

Smackdown fades off the air with Kane smirking, and this mysterious, eerie figure standing over the mangled body of The Undertaker.
 

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Hi, this thread looks great so far, everythig is written well, the booking is sound and the alyout looks good.

A McIntyre and Swagger alliance could be good, after MVP had his match with Swagger won and Drew interfered, I thought it would make more sense to have McIntyre and Swagger cheat and win, getting heat and a win under their belts, luckily, you cancelled out the fact they lost by having them dish out a ssavage beat down, which was written well, smart booking there, anyway, good way to open the show.

No harm giving Kelly the victory, as the diva situation on Smackdown isn't so great, and I'm sure you'll push Serena despite this loss. Lol at Punk's punishment, I'm sure that would get him massive heat, especially taking Serena up for the GTS, he's gone mad with power! Big Show interrupting makes sense too.

Cody Rhodes grooming tip was very funny, and spot on mind you :) Him in a squash makes sense, and Reks was a good choice, seeing as how it wasn't just some no name jobber he was beating. Christian - Ziggler was well written, Kofi v Christian sounds good too.

Big Show v Chavo was what it was, too bad to see Chavo be everyone's tackling dummy, perhaps you can give him a decent push, can't be a bad idea.

I loved the main event, one thing though, Kane chokeslammed Rey, then a few seconds later he was brawling with Del Rio? The thing with Kane and Undertaker made sense too.

All in all, excellent show, great thread and already looking forwardto your enxt show, good luck.
 

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MVP versus Swagger was an adequate match to open the show with and the extension into a tag team match is perfectly fine. I'm glad MVP emerged victorious, as I dislike Swagger. Perhaps in this thread MVP may possibly regain credibility he has lost in reality. Porter and Hardy get the win on paper, whilst the heels get the win in reality - good move, although I hate McIntyre.

Kelly wins, that doesn't mean much, the aftermath however does. I personally was hoping and also assuming that this would signal the end of the SES when Punk emerged, however Show interfered. The heat gained for Punk is certainly noteworthy and perhaps (hopefully) this can conclude with the ceasing of the SES.

Rhodes winning is good, I'd like the character to receive a decent push and possibly enter the Intercontinental Championship scene. The segment was well done, however in the last sentence I think it was you accidentally inserted 'Punk' instead of 'Rhodes'. Other than that, I think Rhodes can continue to make progress in this thread.

Christian's victory is pleasing, however I'd like to see him pursue matters that exceed the IC division. Kingston facing Ziggler at the PPV is fine, I'd love for Kingston to display more of the aggressive/short-fuse characteristics he has been teasing in reality.

Two squashes might be pushing it in one show, however no one gives a shit about Chavo anymore and it can only do good for Big Show so who cares.

Generally big main events like this never have a clean finish, so the conclusion of the match is fine. The post-match brawl hypes up the two intertwining feuds and Del Rio entering a feud with Mysterio can only do good. Although the Kane/Undertaker feud gains mixed reviews in reality, if it is conducted properly it has tremendous potential, I found this SmackDown! conclusion fantastic. The hooded figure has me extremely eager to witness just who it is. The only qualm I have concerning the hooded figure is the fact it is interfering in the 'Taker/Kane feud, because whoever is involved must be a big deal, it can't just be a nobody.

An entertaining show which was easy to read, I'll continue to read. No major issues at all, sailing smoothly.

6/10
 

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Thanks for the comments guys, really appreciate it. Below is the current Night Of Champions card. After each week of television programmes I will post the updated card, then, before the PPV I will post an official Night Of Champions Preview.

On the subject of PPV's, I don't enjoy writing matches. Therefore, PPV's will also be in recap.

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WWE Night Of Champions
Sunday 19th September 2010
Current Card


Six Pack Challenge for the WWE Championship
The Miz © vs. John Cena vs. Edge vs. Chris Jericho vs. Wade Barrett vs. Randy Orton

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Kane © vs. The Undertaker

Unification Match for the WWE Women's and WWE Diva's Championships
Laycool (Layla and Michelle McCool) © vs. © Melina

WWE Intercontinental Championship match
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Kofi Kingston
 

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I'm fine with the presentation of pay-per-views in recap as I really enjoy your writing the way it is. The card looks decent right now, although I know it is the same as reality's. My hypothesis for the event would be The Miz either retaining through controversial circumstances or for a new champion to be made in Wade Barrett. I think Kane versus the Undertaker needs to lose the title somewhere for the feud so it can transform into a more personal vendetta. I couldn't care less about the Women's match and I'm not sure who could emerge victorious in the Intercontinental Championship match. Hopefully you can mold this into a more personalized PPV as you progress in the thread.
 

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I haven't yet given you "feedback" as such, but since you're writing in recaps, it seems like it'd be a waste of time, especially with some of the match recaps. Not that recaps aren't perfectly fine, but I'm just saying; this will be a few general comments rather than actual "feedback".

As the guy above me mentioned, right now the Night of Champions card looks almost identical to the one in real life, other than the WWE Championship match of course. In one way that's unavoidable, since you just started the thread, but I'd like to see the remaining matches switched up a little more, to distance ourselves from the current product. As I said I'm sure it'll take you a little more time to make this thread your own, but if you started now it won't hurt.

Speaking of the WWE Championship, whilst I have no problem with The Miz cashing in, I do have to say that if you're going to write in recaps, at least make big moments like this more exciting to read. Considering these recaps probably don't take that long to write, it'd be nice to see some of the big moments like Shawn Michaels appearing on Raw, or Miz cashing in, in full.

I'm looking forward to the GM being unveiled and I hope you go for a big name. As for Sheamus "resigning", I highly doubt that's the case. Either he's tricking the GM, he knows something we don't, or he's going to Smackdown. Any way you take it, it seems interesting.

Over on Smackdown, the "mysterious hooded figure" again, if written in full, would have been much more satisfying for us to read (and assuming that this is for an audience, for them to watch). It adds an extra element to the Kane/Undertaker feud, as well as setting up what I can only assume will lead to Taker vs. the hooded individual (this all sounds familiar), but I'd still like to see a definite ending to the Kane/Taker feud without this masked guy taking all the attention.

One last thing; if Christian pinned Dolph on Smackdown, then I hope that next week, he gets himself added to the Intercontinental Title match at NoC next week and makes it a Triple Threat.
 
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