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WWE 2005: The Road To WrestleMania​

I've been gone for awhile, and I honestly never thought I'd be back. Regarding Backlash in my other thread, progress has been made, but I can't be fucked writing a PPV right now, so hopefully this thread will help me find that spark.

Thread starts the night after NYR.

WWE RAW Roster:

Triple H (World Heavyweight Champion)
Shelton Benjamin (Intercontinental Champion)
Eugene and William Regal (World Tag Team Champions)
Trish Stratus (Women’s Champion)

Al Snow
Candice Michelle
Chris Benoit
Chris Jericho
Christy Hemme
Gene Snitsky
The Hurricane
Johnny Nitro
Maria Kanellis
Matt Hardy
Molly Holly
Muhammad Hassan
Randy Orton
Ric Flair
Rob Conway
Shawn Michaels
Shelton Benjamin
Simon Dean
Stacy Keibler
Stevie Richards
Stone Cold Steve Austin
Sylvain Grenier
Triple H
Trish Stratus
Tyson Tomko
Val Venis

Eric Bischoff – RAW General Manager
Jerry Lawler – RAW Color Commentator
Jim Ross – RAW PBP Announcer
Jonathan Coachman – Backstage Interviewer
Todd Grisham – Backstage Interviewer

Tag Teams/Stables:
Christian & Tyson Tomko
Evolution (Batista, Flair, HHH)
La Resistance (Conway, Grenier)
Muhammad Hassan & Daivari
Regal & Eugene
Superheroes (Hurricane, Rosey)

WWE SmackDown! Roster:

John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield (WWE Champion)
John Cena (WWE United States Champion)
Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam (WWE Tag Team Champions)
Funaki (Cruiserweight Champion)

Amy Weber
Big Show
Billy Kidman
Booker T
Bubba Ray Dudley
Carlito Caribbean Cool (+Injured)
Charlie Haas
Chavo Guerrero
Danny Basham
Dawn Marie
Doug Basham
D-Von Dudley
Eddie Guerrero
Hardcore Holly
Hiroko Suzuki
John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield
John Cena
Joy Giovanni
Kenzo Suzuki
Kurt Angle
Lauren Jones
Luther Reigns
Mark Jindrak
Michelle McCool
Orlando Jordan
Paul London
Rene Dupree
Rey Mysterio
Rob Van Dam
Rochelle Loewen
Scotty Too Hotty
Shannon Moore
Spike Dudley
Torrie Wilson
The Undertaker

Josh Matthews – Backstage Interviewer
Michael Cole – SD! PBP Commentator
Steve Romero – Backstage Interviewer
Tazz – SD! Color Commentator
Theodore Long – SD! General Manager

Tag Teams/Stables:
The Angle Alliance (Angle, Jindrak, Reigns)
The Basham Brothers (Doug & Danny)
Big Show & Joy Giovanni
The Cabinet (Amy, Basham Bros., JBL, Jordan)
The Dudley Boyz (Bubba, D-Von, Spike)
Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam
Rene Dupree & Kenzo Suzuki


Pay Per View List
Royal Rumble – January 30, 2005 – Fresno, California
No Way Out – February 20, 2005 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
WrestleMania 21 – April 3, 2005 – Los Angeles, California
Backlash – May 1, 2005 – Manchester, New Hampshire
Judgment Day – May 22, 2005 – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Vengeance – June 26, 2005 – Las Vegas, Nevada
Great American Bash – July 24, 2005 – Buffalo, NY
Summerslam – August 21, 2005 – Washington D.C.
Unforgiven – September 18, 2005 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
No Mercy – October 9, 2005 – Houston, Texas
Survivor Series – November 27, 2005 – Detroit, Michigan
Armageddon – December 18, 2005 – Providence, Rhode Island


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Good to see you back

Good time frame, One of my favourites if not favourite. Looking forward to seeing what you do with Christian on Raw and how you develop Cena and Batista seeing as though its before Mania.

All looks good, good luck with this, i'll be reading!

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Owait, it's just you. Fucks sake.


Everything looks good, interesting to see you start so close to Mania but whatevs, the Rumble is the best PPV (apart from Survivor Series) to write so it's a good start point. Keep the Dudleyz plz, they own. Good luck young jobber.

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On one hand, it's good to see you back. On the other, I'm really not sure about this. I thought your '04 thread was going well, and while I know having to pick SD back up kind of ruined any momentum you had with writing Backlash, I'm disappointed to see you've left that. At the same time, I'm not so sure how many options you have for your big WrestleMania matches starting so close to the event. Batista/Triple H was almost a MUST at this point with the reaction Batista was getting, unless you plan on throwing Orton and possibly Flair in there. At the same time, Cena was the man coming up on SmackDown!, and no one else really felt like they could possibly be headed to a WrestleMania main event on that side of things, unless you decide to run with Kurt Angle/JBL, which doesn't have the same natural chemistry imo. Still, it's good to see you back, so hopefully you make this work.

Good luck, bubzy.
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