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01-31-2009, 12:46 AM
it could be vince, he is perhaps the greatest second generation person in the wwe history; he took a local wrestling business his father owned, and made it into a empire

yeah i also think its gonna be vince. it would just make sense to me.

01-31-2009, 11:41 PM
Cheers for the link. I don't think I've watched a RR since the Rock and Stone Cold started doing each others moves

Why has Cena got the fuckin title again?

as much as everyone hates cena, the little kids and females love him, and they buy his shit they sale of cena, so vince is always going to keep him as champ or in the picture

02-01-2009, 04:48 PM
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loved that video..
i dnt agree with this matt vs jeff angle..
its just like when flair an arn wrestled @WCW Fall Brawl 1995

netscape check two
02-01-2009, 10:14 PM
Well I think Matt Hardy turned on Jeff in a match some years back also? I don't remember if they had much of a storyline about it or not.

02-02-2009, 12:51 AM
wwe is pg13; the reason being is because, vince feels if he can get the younger kids watching they will watch in ten years.

the insignificant
02-08-2009, 06:22 AM
cena isn't as bad as he's made out to be... and jeff hardy and rey mysterio are pushed just as hard based on marketing... their matches are pretty boring to watch now... and both are very average talkers... cena on the other hand is excellent (he just has horrible dialogue written for him...

the insignificant
02-08-2009, 06:38 AM
who do you guys consider to be the best?

i'll name my top 5s on each show...

smackdown (by far my favourite show):
undertaker, hhh, edge, shelton, matt hardy... this list could have about another 10 names compared to raw...

jericho, orton, hbk, punk, regal

finlay (except for hornswoggle), chavo, miz, bourne, morrison

angle, booker, aj, joe, jay lethal

02-08-2009, 01:32 PM
I Like Tna Gives U An Alternative From allthe other garbage. reminds me of wcw.

03-14-2009, 08:10 PM
test died

03-14-2009, 08:27 PM
from angrymarks.com

03/14/09: Former WWE Star Andrew 'Test' Martin Found Dead (http://www.angrymarks.com/news/View.php?ArticleID=6655)

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Written by Big D (bigd@angrymarks.com)

PWInsider.com just reported that former WWE superstar Andrew "Test" Martin was found dead in his apartment in Tampa, Florida.
Test was 33, turning 34 in just four days. We are unsure of the reason for the death and none of the other major sites seem to know, but we understand word has spread throughout the industry. Since I live relatively close to the situation, I will try to do my best to find out some information. We'll keep you posted.

Andrew Martin was brought into the WWF in 1999. He was billed as a former bodyguard for Motley Crue. Kayfabe. Test won numerous singles and tag team championships. Many remember Test most for being involved in the Stephanie McMahon/Triple H marriage storyline of 1999, which ironically led to them being married in real life in 2003, and them turning it back into an angle now. Test had a position as a mid-carder for a long time, feuding with the likes of Shane McMahon, Scott Steiner and most recently had a semi-strong push on the ECW brand, highlighted by a Royal Rumble match with Bobby Lashley at the 2007 WWE Royal Rumble.

I'd like to send condolences to the family of Andrew Martin.

03-14-2009, 08:29 PM
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03/14/09: More on Andrew Martin's Death + Statement From TNA (http://www.angrymarks.com/news/View.php?ArticleID=6656)
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Written by Killa Kev (kam@angrymarks.com)

The Tampa Police Department issued the following statement this morning:

At approximately 8:00pm on Friday, March 13, 2009, Tampa Police Officers responded to the Post Harbour Apartments, located at 725 Harbour Place Drive to check on the welfare of Mr. Andrew J. Martin. A neighbor reported that she could see into his apartment through a window and that Mr. Martin appeared motionless for several hours.

Officers entered the apartment and discovered Mr. Martin to be deceased. At this time there is no indication of foul play. The deceased was transported to the Medical Examiners Office for an autopsy to determine the cause of death. The date of the autopsy is undetermined at this time. The next of kin has been notified of the death.
Andrew "Test" Martin is a former wrestling champion with the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment).
Lieutenant William Ferguson
Tampa Police Department

PWInsider.com has a detailed report (http://www.pwinsider.com/ViewArticle.php?id=37176&p=1) on Martin's life inside and outside of wrestling. Although Martin often made claims that he was retired from professional wrestling, last month he worked several shows for Leon White (Big Van Vader) in Japan, and was scheduled for several shows in Europe next month. Martin had also been in a long-term relationship with WWE diva Kelly Kelly, although the two had broken up a few months ago.

EDITOR'S NOTE: TNA Wrestling just released the following statement. TNA REMEMBERS ANDREW "TEST" MARTIN

Everyone at Total Nonstop Action Wrestling is saddened by the passing of Andrew "Test" Martin.

TNA sends its deepest condolences to the Martin family, and we hope our fans will keep Andrew in their thoughts in the coming days.

03-22-2009, 12:00 AM
from www.abcactionnews.com (http://www.abcactionnews.com)

Steroids, painkillers found in wrestler's home

Reported by: Sarina Fazan
Email: sfazan@abcactionnews.com (sfazan@abcactionnews.com)
Contributor: Cary Williams
Last Update: 3/17 11:35 am

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TAMPA, FL -- Amy Patterson spends a lot of time on her balcony. She didn't know her famous neighbor, former wrestler Andrew "Test" Martin, but had a clear view of his Harbour Island condominium below.

Last Thursday, she noticed he was in a peculiar position. "His feet were flat on the ground and he was on the sofa and he was completely back," Patterson said.

But she thought nothing of it, until the next day, when she noticed he had not moved. "I kept thinking, 'I hope he gets up,' because I could tell he was young and I thought, ' I hope somehow he's okay.' But just knew in my heart he just wasn't."

Patterson called police who had to climb over the balcony to get into Martin's condo. The former World Wrestling Entertainment champion was dead. Detectives saw no signs of trauma, but did say they found a large amount of pain killers and steroids, enough to order toxicology tests.

Martin was just days away from his 34th birthday.

In an eerie twist, Martin openly discussed rampant drug use in a documentary on the epidemic of young deaths in the wrestling world. His message was posted on YouTube one day after his death. The author posted it as a tribute. "I just turned 32-years-old and went to eight funerals. As bad as it may sound, it made me open my eyes and take my foot out the grave. I don't want to join that club. Either you clean up and straighten up, or lay down beside them," Martin said.

According to about.com, more than 30 professional wrestlers under the age of 40 have died since 1985. There are many reasons, including a grueling schedule and drugs.

Those statistics, and Martin's death, do not surprise Vincent Arcuri. He was a close friend of Martin and shared this e-mail he wrote a year ago, pleading with his friend. He feared for Martin's life.

Acuri wrote, "I just felt it was inevitable if he did not get the help he needed."

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03-22-2009, 08:59 PM
wrestlemania 25 is in 12 days

netscape check two
03-22-2009, 09:05 PM
14 days?

03-22-2009, 09:10 PM

03-23-2009, 08:09 PM
From wrestleview.com
he was a pretty good wrestler, it u want to see some of his matches go to youtube and type in abismo negro

AAA star Abismo Negro found dead
» Reported by Josh Boutwell (joshboutwell@hotmail.com) of WrestleView.com (http://www.wrestleview.com/)
» On Monday, March 23, 2009 at 3:09 AM EST

I will obviously be covering this in my Lucha column this week but I figured this most definitely should be reporting on before Thursday night.

AAA superstar, Abismo Negro, was found dead Sunday morning in a river in the town of El Rosario, Mexico. They are saying that it is being treated as a drowning at this point. Abismo was apparently on his way to Mexico City for a show when he stopped off in the town for some reason. The following is the actual translation from Mexican website http://www.noroeste.com: (http://www.noroeste.com/)

"The professional wrestler, Abismo Negro, died this morning in the town of El Rosario allegedly drowned in the river. His body was found this afternoon. Apparently the fighter was heading to Mexico City when he decided to stop in this town, the authorities are already investigating the incident."

Abismo Negro had recently returned to AAA late last year after being gone from the company for quite some time and was continuing his feud with rival Black Abyss. He missed a show a few days ago but nothing was said about him being missing at that time. Abismo Negro is one of the few wrestlers in AAA that were actually on the first AAA show still with the company. Abismo started his career as Winners before being given the gimmick of Abismo Negro by legendary AAA promoter, Antonio Pena. Negro went on to become one of AAA's most successful and biggest stars over the years. Abismo also traveled to the United States in the early 2000's to compete as a part of the America's and Worlds X-Cup's in TNA Wrestling. He was a part of 3 winning teams in the Worlds X-Cup. Abismo Negro held numerous titles in his career including the Mexican National Middleweight and Mexican National Tag Team Titles (with Electroshock) along with winning the 2000 Rey de Reyes. He was a great worker his entire career and he will be missed. Abismo Negro was 37 years old.

R.I.P. Abismo Negro


04-01-2009, 01:25 AM
Tazz Departs From World Wrestling Entertainment


Former ECW World champion and long-time WWE announcer Tazz left World Wrestling Entertainment last night after calling the matches for this Friday's edition of Smackdown. He is now officially done with the company as his WWE contract expires today. We will both have many more details on this story in reports on the Audio section of PWInsiderElite.com today.


Another great wrestling legend gone from WWE.

04-01-2009, 01:37 AM
I miss taz and the "real" ecw days. I always felt the wwf/e did not use him right, and unfortunately he broke his neck and his career was cut short

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04-05-2009, 08:51 PM
From www.angrymarks.com (http://www.angrymarks.com) Wrestlemania reslults:

Written by Killa Kev (kam@angrymarks.com)

You can follow WrestleMania XXV LIVE tonight on AngryMarks.com in several ways!

Continue to read this LIVE Recap (updated aprox. every 15 mins)
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WrestleMania XXV officially starts at 7PM ET / 4PM PT. Already announced at the last second on WWE.com's blog is that the WWE Tag Team Title Unification Match is off of the PPV! The show is being moved back to sometime between 6:30PM and 7:00PM and will be seen ONLY on the WrestleMania XXV DVD! Also, Dolph Ziggler was injured earlier today in a match against Evan Bourne at the WWE Fan Axxess event, even though Ziggler picked up the win.
6:50 PM ET - StevieJ reports that Carlito & Primo Colon have defeated John Morrison & Mike "the Miz" Mizanin to become the new WWE Unified Tag Team Champions!

7:00 PM ET - We run the pre-show video packages for the PPV.
7:04 PM ET - It's WWE HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2009 MEMBER HOWARD "THE FINK" FINKEL! "Ladies and gentlemen... WELCOME TO WRESTLEMANIA!" Nicole Scherzinger sings the national anthem.
7:06 PM ET - It's showtime! Jim Ross welcomes us to the show, along with Michael Cole and Jerry "the King" Lawler. Hugo Savinovich & Carlos Cabrera also join us for the Spanish announcing team.

MONEY IN THE BANK LADDER MATCH: CM Punk vs. "the World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry (w/ Tony Atlas) vs. WWE United States Champion Montel Vontaveous Porter vs. Fit Finlay (w/ Hornswaggle) vs. "the Gold Standard" Shelton Benjamin vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Christian Cage vs. Kane
A series of ladders line the path from the entrance to the ring. CM Punk enters first, and makes it a point to walk under every ladder. Everybody else makes their entrances in the order listed. Christian stops at the ladders and takes a long, hard look up them.
Kane and Mark Henry quickly clear the ring, then go afte each other. Cage and Benjamin try to team up and drive them out with a ladder, but Kofi Kingston runs in to dropkick it and send them out. Kane sets the ladder up, Mark Henry climbs up, and everybody rushes into the ring to pull Henry and Kane off. Kanes is ganged up on and sent out of the ring on one side, then Mark Henry on the other. Punk and Benjmain climb up a ladder, a second one is set up, Finlay and MVP rush up it, and everybody beats on each other. Kane and Henry get in, shove both ladders down in a "parting the seas" type move and everybody falls out of the ring.
Kane shoves Henry out of the ring, then picks up a ladder and thows it on everybody else. Kane goes up the other ladder, Henry is back in and shoves the ladder down, sending Kane over the ropes. Henry picks up the ladder, tries to throw it at Finlay, Finlay ducks it and it nearly hits the announcers! Finlay with a drop toehold on Henry, shoves him out. Finlay runs across the ring and hits a suicide dive on everybody. Christian pops off the apron and hits a suicide dive on Finlay and Kane. MVP gets on the apron and hits the BALLIN'~! elbow drop on Christian and Kane.
Punk and Kingston are in the ring, look up at the ladder, then synchronize a suicide duo onto all of them. Shelton Benjamin decides to kill them all by climbing a ladder on the outside of the ring and dive into the whole dogpile, eliciting a "HOLY SHIT! HOLY SHIT!" chant from the fans. Mark Henry gets up on the top turnbuckle, but Finlay takes him out with the shaleilegh (I'll correct that later). HORNSWAGGLE gets in with a mini step ladder! Finlay sets it up for him, he climbs up on top of Mark Henry, who is still sitting on the top turnbuckle, and Hornswaggle hits the Tadpole Splash on the guys on the outside! Finlay knocks Henry off the top with the stepladder.
Finlay sets up another ladder in the ring, Kingston runs in and uses the ladder to swing his body into Finlay. Kingston tries to splash Finlay in the corner, Finlay picks up the stepladder to nail him. Punk runs in, but eats a Celtic Cross for his trouble. Finlay clears Chrstian and Henry off the apron with the stepladder. Finlay tries to go up again, but Kingston dropkicks Finlaly off the ladder, but hurt his ribs. Kingston tries to climb up, but Henry gets in and knocks the ladder dow, folds it up, leans it on the ropes, then headbutts Kingston. Henry starts to set the ladder up, Kingston bolts and scales up the ladder before it's even set up, is inches away from the briefcase, Henry drops the ladder, catches Kingston and nails him with the World's Strongest Slam on the ladder.
Henry goes to scale the ladder, MVP hits Henry with another ladder from the outside of the ring! MVP gets in the ring and clear out Henry. Benjamin gets in and they brawl, MVP sends Benjamin into the corner, then snaps off a suplex. Benjamin lands on his feet, turns around and dropkicks MVP using the 2nd ladder, which is now wedged between the ropes and the first ladder. Benjmain tries for The Drive-By, but MVP blocks it and turns it into a powerbomb. MVP goes up the ladder, Punk is up there to stop him. Kane gets in and knocks MVP off, tries to knock Punk off, Christian Cage blocks it. Cage climbs up and battles with Punk, Punk is on the 2nd ladder, tries for the Go To Sleep, but Cage wiggles out and hits the Unprettier (YES! JIM ROSS CALLED IT THE UNPRETTIER!) off the ladder.
Shelton Benjamin tries to dropkick Kane outside of the ring and nearly takes out referee Charles Robinson! MVP tries to climb the ladder, Benjamin puts one ladder on the ropes outside the ring, scales up it, runs across the 2nd ladder being used as a platform, then runs up the third ladder to meet MVP at the top, then powerbombs him off the top! Benjamin then picks up MVP's body and throws it on the pile of bodies on the otuside! Benjamin climbs up, but Finlay is up the other side, and they trade punches at the top. Finlay falls off, falls onto the platform ladder and to the mat. Cage pulls Benjamin off the ladder but gets beat down for his efforts. Benjamin pulls the platform ladder off and set it up next to the first ladder.
Cage up one ladder, Benjamin up the other, Cage has his hands on the briefcase, Benjamin punches him in the ribs, and their momentum knocks the ladder down, but Cage catches himself on the ropes as Benjamin falls to the floor, Cage uses the ropes to bounce the ladder back into position, he's almost got it! Punk is up there to stop him, Kane goes after Christian from behind. Punk falls backwards on the ladder and gets his foot caught in the rungs! Cage is pulled off, Kane goes up, Punk frees himself, gets to the briefcase, Kane tries for a chokeslam, but Punk kicks him down! Punk climbs up HE DID IT!
7:30 PM ET - We show some match highlights, show some highlights from WWE Fan Axxess this weekend, then a musical set from Kid Rock.
7:42 PM ET - As Kid Rock finishes his last performance, all of the WWE Divas are coming down to the ring for their match.
The match starts just as soon as Kid Rock finishes his performance, none of the divas get an introduction, Justin Roberts is announcing the rules as the action starts. Mae Young and Candice Michelle are introduced at ringside.

They're not announcing anybody who is eliminated sofar. Victoria eliminates Maria Kanellis, but then gets thrown over the top by Jillian Hall, but she doesn't touch the floor. One of the Bella twins tries a huracanrana on Hall, and eliminates her and herself. Tiffany gets eliminated. Beth Phoenix eliminates Molly Holly and Kelly Kelly. SANTINO MARELLA IS HIDING IN THE CORNER DRESSED IN A PINK SKIRT AND AN UGLY WIG!
We're down to Marella, Michelle McCool, Beth Phoenix, Mickie James, Melina Perez. James gets on the top turnbuckle, McCool goes up to fight her, and they knock each other off the top. Perez and Phoenix are battling near the ropes, Marella comes over and knocks them all off.
WINNER AND "MS. WRESTLEMANIA" - SANTINO MARELLA. All the announcers are acting like they don't know who this is. Justin Roberts gets in the ring and asks who "she" is. "My name is... Santina! Santina Marella! I'm Santino Marella's twin sister from Italy!" Lord! This is fucking nonsense. Candice Michelle crowns Marella and puts a sash across "her". *sighs* Marella blows kisses to the crowd then starts doing a dance! OMAF! Okay, this is funny... DOES THE SPLITS! Beth Phoenix can't believe what's happening, and neither can I.
7:55 PM ET - We play a promo video package leading up to the current storyline, starting with a video package for The Wrestler followed by interview segments with Mickey Rourke calling out Chris Jericho, which is what brings in Jericho, then later Snuka, Steamboat, Piper and Flair. Afterwards, Rourke is seen sitting at ringside with his entourage, and is cheered by the fans.

3-ON-1 HANDICAP ELIMINATION MATCH: Chris Jericho vs. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka & Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat (w/ "the Nature Boy" Ric Flair)
Piper charges at Jericho at the bell, sacks him, clotheslines him over the top rope, then runs him head-first into the announcer's table, then rolls him back in the ring. Jericho catches him with a kick tothe chest, whip off the ropes and a backdrop, but Piper converts it into a sunset flip, gets a two count. Piper with a dropkick on Jericho, then throws him head-first into the corner, then slaps him around. Jericho is backed into a corner, drilled some more, then headbutted into the opposite corner. Snuka is calling for Piper for a tag, and then calls for Piper to ram Jericho's head into his!
Snuka whips Jericho off the ropes and takes him down with a chop. Snuka tags in Steamboat, who climbs to the top rope and delivers a tomahawk chop, a pair of textbook armdrags, a wristlock, knees to the back, then an armwringer, elbow drop on the arm into a key lock/wrist lock combination! Nice! Steamboat tags in Snuka, they whip Jericho off the ropes and deliver a double reverse elbow. Snuka headbutts Jericho to the mat, but Jericho with a double-leg takedown into the Walls of Jericho in the middle of the ring, Snuka taps out.
Jericho won't break the hold, Piper and Steamboat get in the ring. Jericho attacks Steamboat from behind and throws him out of the ring. Piper throws Jericho head-first into the corner, thumb to the eye, goes for the sleeper, but Jericho charges to the ropes, shakes Piper loose, turns around and hits him with an enziguri, covers, 1-2-3, Piper is eliminated.
Steamboat with a flying cross-body block off the top turnbuckle, covers, hooks the leg, 1-2-kickout. Steamboat stands Jericho up, they trade chops, Jeicho with a kick into Steamboat's face, followed by a kick to the back. Jericho prances around the ring and gloats, Flair cheers on Steamboat from the apron. Jericho tries for a reverse chinlock on Steamboat, Steamboat breaks loose, bounces off the ropes, takes down Jericho with a shoulder block, but Jericho gets back on his feet and throws Steamboat out of the ring. Flair gets on the apron to distract Jericho, Steamboat gets back in, Jericho charges, Steamboat pulls down the top rope, Jericho floats over and out.
Steamboat slingshots himself over the top rope onto Jericho, throws him back in the ring. steamboat climbs to the top turnbuckle, hits another tomahawk chop. Steamboat throws Jericho into the corner, reversal on the irish whip, Jericho charges, Steamboat floats over him, rolls him up into another pin, 1-2-KICKOUT! Jericho trades chops, gets the upper-hand, bulldog on Steamboat. Jericho tries for the Lionsault, Steamboat rolls away, Jericho eats the mat. Jericho recovers in the corner, Steamboat charges, Jericho with a boot up to stop it. Jericho charges, Steamboat with a power slam from nowhere, cover, 1-2-KICKOUT.
Jericho gets to his feet first, tries for the Walls of Jericho, Steamboat turns it into an inside cradle pin, 1-2-KICKOUT. They trade more blows, Jericho goes to suplex Steamboat, Steamboat lands on his feet, turns around and Jericho takes him down with the Codebreaker, 1-2-3.
WINNER: Chris Jericho. Flair gets upset, strips his coat off, runs in the ring and starts chopping the shit out of Jericho. Whips Jericho into the corner, Jericho reverses and then backdrops Flair. Jericho waits for Flair to get to his feet then hits the Codebreaker. Jericho kicks Flair out of the ring in the most undignified manner. Jericho calls for the mic.
"I am in the best in the world at what I do! And I did just what I said, I erased and eliminated the legend Hall of Fame washouts forever! And now, there's one more piece of business to the man who started all of this - I'm talking ot you, Mickey Rourke. It started when you challenged me, then you back down. You play the tough guy in the movies. I'm a tough guy in real live. So I'm telling you, you can't back down tonight! I want you to come into the ring and apologize for what you said, right now!"
Rourke is talking to Jericho and making hand gestures.

"What are you, Rourke? A liar and a hypocrite Just like everybody else in this arena? Get in this ring right now or I will jump this rail and slap you in the face! What are you a coward? I'm talking to you right now Rourke. Get in this ring right now! C'mon, Rourke!"

Rourke stands up, takes off some rings, his entourage tells him to go for it, they bump fists, and Rourke steps through the barrier. Rourke strips off his jacket and the fans start chanting "MIC-KEY! MIC-KEY!" as Rourke takes his time stepping up into the ring. Rourke pauses on the apron, looks around, and finally steps in. Jericho mocks Rourke, Rourke puts up his hands as he's ready to box! Jericho steps up close, and then Rourke backs him up in the corner as he starts throwing jabs!
Jericho sees he's real, and Jericho steps up again, then backs way off as Rourke moves in for more punches. Jericho rushes up with a wild right hand, Rourke ducks it, pops back up and clocks Jericho in his eye! Jericho falls down to the mat, hits his head! Flair runs in and raises Rourke's hand. Flair's music plays as him and Rourke celebrate. Jericho rolls out of the ring and walks off, holding his head.
8:17 PM ET - We play the promo package for the Hardy vs. Hardy feud.
EXTREME RULES: Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy
Matt Hardy enters first... I think I realized why this feud sucks so bad. Matt Hardy just cannot play a convincingly strong heel. At best, he comes off as a babyface who just has some occasional deep-seeded issues, no different than you or I. Jeff Hardy enters, still dressing like he's the meth-head member of the Insane Clown Posse.
Matt steps into Jeff's face and talks trash. Jefrf slaps him to the mat, Matt rols out of the ring, Jeff follows him, reaches under the ring, pulls out a framed WrestleMania XXV poster and nails him with it. Matt is run into the ringpost, Jeff finds a trash can, Matt kicks Jeff in the gut, goes to throw him in the ring steps, Jeff blocks it and throws Matt into it instead. Jeff uses the ringsetps to take Matt out with a leg lariat. Jeff throws Matt in the ring, then grabs a chair and enters the ring with it. Matt has crawled into the corner. Jeff sets up the chair, launches himself off it, but Matt moves out of the corner and Jeff eats the turnbuckle.
Jeff recovers, goes for a Whisper 'O the Wind off the top, Matt grabs the chair and blasts Jeff in the back, covers, two-count. Matt beats up Jeff, hangs him over the middle rope, goes under the ring, pulls out a ShopVac and blasts Jeff in the head with it, Matt rolls in, covers, hooks the leg, two count. Matt starts pummelling Jeff in the head, then headbutts him in the corner. Matt backs up and charges, Jeff with both knees up, goes for a clothesline, Matt catches him with a Side Effect over the chair, covers, two count.
Matt sets up for Jeff to get up, then kicks him in the ribs. Matt pulls Jeff up, sets him up in the corner, right hand, then chokes Jeff with his boot. Matt rolls out, grabs Jeff's body, then pulls it around the ringpost, using his left arm and leg. Matt looks under the ring and pulls out a table, crowd pops for it as he sets it up. Jeff tries to get up, Matt clocks him, they're on the apron in the corner, Matt tries to suplex Jeff over the top rope and ringpost into the table, Jeff blocks him. Jeff with a diving clothesline off the apron into Matt, followed by the reverse mulekick that sends Matt into the ringsteps. Jeff looks under the ring and pulls out some crutches and a kendo stick, and whacks Matt with both.
Matt rolls into the ring, Jeff pulls another trash can out, gets in the ring and puts it on Matt's head, then whacks it with the crutch, followed by a dropkick into the trashcan. Matt holds his head, Jeff covers, two count. Jeff executes a front-face suplex, goes for the Swanton Bomb, Matt rolls out of the way and Jeff eats the mat. Matt gets to his feet, kick to the guts, Twist of Fate, cover and a hook of the leg by Matt, two count as Jeff kicks out. Matt goes for some more ground 'n pound. Matt goes outside, calls to the fans for the Swanton Bomb of his own, climbs up the ropes, Jeff climbs up to meet him, and hits a Superplex off the top.
Jeff crawls over, grabs a chair and nails Matt in the head with it, Matt rolls out of the ring, Jeff follows. Jeff lays out Matt on the table, grabs the chair and places it on Matt's chest. Jeff goes under the ring and pulls out a second table, lays it on top of the first table, then punches Matt in the head for good measure. Jeff Hardy climbs up to the top turnbuckle, goes for a splash and completely crashes through both tables, both men are down! "HOLY SHIT! HOLY SHIT!" the crowd chants for the second time tonight. We replay as both men take a breather.
And then... a power outage at my house! By the time I get back up and running, Jeff got pinned.
WINNER: Matt Hardy

04-05-2009, 08:53 PM

WWE INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: champion John Layfield vs. Rey Mysterio, Jr.
Layfield comes out first, says that he had a vision that he would return to Texas as a champion, because Texas doesn't have any champions right now, then he runs down the hometown crowd, but says that he's their hero and he's come home. "Tonight, I'm going to give you the treat of someone that grew up in Sweetwater, Texas, John Layfield, and become somebody. At least you can look at me and be proud of the fact that I will be your hero, because tonight I will give you the most dominant match in WrestleMania history!" He says he'll then leave the state and return to New York City.
As Mysterio and Layfield stand across from each other for the official introductions, Layfield kicks Mysterio in the head before the bell. Referee backs Layfield off, checks on Mysterio, Mysterio says he's still ready to compete, and hits Layfield with an enziguri into the middle rope, 6-1-9, splash from the top rope, 1-2-3. Not even 30 seconds!
WINNER AND NEW INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION - REY MYSTERIO, JR.! According to Lawler, the official match time was 21 second. Layfield pouts in the ring, Mysterio takes his title and hauls the hell out of there - he ain't getting paid by the minute! Layfield picks up the mic, which he never even handed of and stands up... he looks around the arena... crowd is waiting for him to say something.
"I got something to say!" and the fans finally boo him. He looks around and throws up his hands. "I... I... I... I QUIT!" The fans cheer, Lawler can't believe what he just heard. Layfield drops the mic, looks around, and steps out of the ring to leave.

04-06-2009, 12:28 AM
wm really sucked today.

04-06-2009, 01:11 AM
yeah cena won again wtf?

04-06-2009, 08:19 AM
The undertaker/HBK match was great though, but wm was missing something

Dirty Knowledge
04-06-2009, 03:57 PM
WM did suck.
But atleast we got to see Stone Cold tear shit up on the quad 1 last time.

04-06-2009, 09:05 PM
was shawn and taker match that good? i sometimes feel that most wrestle mania matches are overated. brock lesner vs kurt angle overated. shawn michaels vs john cena overated and the most overated wm match of all time.

wm 25 was a joke. i didnt watch it, but from reading it I know it sucked donkey dick. wm 25 may have surpassed this years superbowl in attendance
im pretty sure the superbowl made more then 6.2 millon dollars in revenue.

im still anticapating for samo joe to make his wwe debut and fued with john cena.

Dirty Knowledge
04-06-2009, 10:09 PM
I think once you turn a certain age, you're never really satisfied with the product anymore.

04-06-2009, 10:16 PM
the only thing worth Wm was the taker/hbk match and stone cold

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04-06-2009, 11:43 PM
Why wasn't Trish in the divas battle royal? Both of the main event matches were predictible. Having Big Show win would have been a swerve. lol

It was good to see Steamboat wrestling again tonight. They should put him on the active roster. lol I wonder who the next general manager on Smackdown will be? Maybe the draft can help liven things up some.

04-07-2009, 01:32 AM
jbl is done sorry to see him go..he was probably the best heel ever next to jericho.

04-10-2009, 01:55 PM
taker/hbk match stole the show..
the "santina" angle is something i dnt think santino will be able to come back from

04-13-2009, 06:28 PM
draft 2night

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04-13-2009, 11:27 PM
What did you think of the draft? I guess there will be some more people added to the draft this week coming up also.

04-14-2009, 10:53 AM
i think it was a bad idea 2 split up miz an morrison..
im interested 2 see what they do with jericho on smackdown
with both wwe title an world title on raw now i def expect edge 2 beat cena @ backlash

04-14-2009, 01:20 PM
I predict edge will beat cena, then punk will cash in the MIB and beat edge right after

04-14-2009, 01:43 PM
I predict edge will beat cena, then punk will cash in the MIB and beat edge right after

or it can happen the other way around, cena wins then punk wins, either way I see punk doing that

it should be noted I think it is being advertised Edge vs undertaker for the belt

04-14-2009, 01:46 PM
i think it was a bad idea 2 split up miz an morrison..
im interested 2 see what they do with jericho on smackdown
with both wwe title an world title on raw now i def expect edge 2 beat cena @ backlash

it was even dumber to keep Morison on ecw and put the miz on raw


04-14-2009, 02:49 PM
it was even dumber to keep Morison on ecw and put the miz on raw


very true..
maybe morrison can capture ecw gold now

04-15-2009, 10:34 AM
the payperview after backlash is in punks hometown of chicago so i def expect him to try to cash in money in the bank there
Sun, May 17 WWE Presents Judgment Day - Chicago, Ill. 6:45 p.m.

04-15-2009, 11:36 PM
Trish Stratus Reveals Why She Skipped WM25 & Talks About Returning To WWE


There was a rumor going around last week that former WWE Diva Trish Stratus had declined a WWE invitation to appear at WrestleMania in the Divas battle royal match because she wasn't going to win. In an interview with Slam Wrestling, Trish said her decision to skip the show had nothing to do with the fact that she wasn't going to win the match.

"Simply, there were no finishes, no 'What's going to happen? Will I win?' discussed," she said. "It was just, 'Would you like to be in this 25-woman battle royal at WrestleMania,' and I said, 'Thank you but I'm going to decline.'"

She added, "I’ve always said to come out of retirement is a big deal to me – so if I was to come out it is for something special," she said "To be honest, I feel Wrestlemania is a place to create memorable moments in one’s career and frankly, with 25 women in the ring, I was just not sure how anyone could come out having their 'Wrestlemania moment,' maybe if it was a little clearer that could be accomplished for someone, I would have been a part of it."

When asked if she'd return to WWE one day she said, "If I were to go back, I would like to do something that is new and fresh, there are so many girls right now that can work, I’d want to be able to mix it up with someone I hadn’t gotten the chance to before I left." Trish named Natalya Niedhart as a potential opponent that could drwa her back into the ring. "Oh my god, I would love to work with her," Stratus revealed. "I think she has so much potential; they’ve just got to do the right thing with her, especially with the built-in history. I get excited when I think about what they can do with her."

You can read the entire interview at http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/2009/04/13/9103456.html


04-15-2009, 11:40 PM
The Rock Laughs Off Cena Again


-- In an interview with IGN UK, former WWE Superstar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is asked about John Cena's attempt to branch out into acting and follow in his footsteps.

Johnson replied: "I don't look at myself for being a trailblazer in any way, or paving the way or anything like that, I just know what serves me. John is... umm... he's an interesting guy! And I wish him well in his movie career and, umm, everything else... Haha."

"The Great One" also discusses Race to Witch Mountain, acting, if he still follows WWE today, his plans for watching WrestleMania XXV, why his character in WWE was so successful, and more. Click here to read the interview. http://uk.movies.ign.com/articles/971/971447p1.html


04-15-2009, 11:43 PM
Hulk Hogan Makes Disturbing Comments About Murdering His Wife Linda


The well-documented war of words between Hulk and Linda Hogan has taken an ugly turn. The New York Post has some quotes from a recent interview Hogan did with Rolling Stone magazine where he talks about understanding how O.J. Simpson could [allegedly] murder his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson.

Linda Hogan walked out on Hogan last year, filed for divorce, forced him out of his $18 million mansion, allegedly started spending the couple's money at the rate of $40,000 a month and is dating "some shaggy-haired pool boy 30 years her junior."

Hogan tells Rolling Stone, "I could have turned everything into a crime scene, like OJ, cutting everybody's throat. You live half a mile from the 20,000-square-foot home you can't go to anymore, you're driving through downtown Clearwater and see a 19-year-old boy driving your Escalade, and you know that a 19-year-old boy is sleeping in your bed, with your wife . . . I totally understand OJ. I get it."


04-15-2009, 11:48 PM
Hulk Hogan Backtracks On Controversial Statement, Linda Bollea Reacts


As reported earlier today, Hulk Hogan made a controversial statement in an interview with Rolling Stone, saying his messy split with wife Linda has him feeling like O.J. Simpson.

"I could have turned everything into a crime scene, like O.J., cutting everybody's throat," Hogan said. "You live half a mile from the 20,000-square-foot home you can't go to anymore, you're driving through downtown Clearwater and see a 19-year-old boy driving your Escalade, and you know that a 19-year-old boy is sleeping in your bed, with your wife...

"I totally understand O.J. I get it."

Hogan has since backtracked on the statement as his P.R. rep, Elizabeth Rosenthal, told E! News that he "in no way condones the O.J. situation."

"As part of a larger conversation, he referred to it to exemplify his frustration with his own situation," Rosenthal said in a statement released to E! News.

Linda's rep, Gary Smith, issued a statement on her behalf, reacting to Hogan.

"Hulk's serial cheating destroyed our marriage, our family and our future," Linda said in a statement released today. "Sadly, his recent comments remind us that his definition of fair is much different than what the law dictates."

"We have always maintained that the fear that Linda has had to live with comes from the rage and instability much too often associated with pro wrestlers," Smith added.

"We have always maintained that the fear that Linda has had to live with comes from the rage and instability much too often associated with pro wrestlers," Smith said. "Linda and her family are taking these recent homicidal comments seriously. Linda's attorney Ray Rafool is weighting all options necessary to protect his client."

Click here to read the story from E! News. http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/b118771_hulk_hogan_understands_in_no_way.html

Additionally, tonight's episode of Showbiz Tonight on CNN Headline News will feature a segment on the story.


04-16-2009, 01:47 AM
What you gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on YOU?

04-18-2009, 08:18 PM
crazy ass hogan lol!!

04-18-2009, 10:52 PM
i see a Benoit about to be pulled again...smh.

04-19-2009, 12:25 AM
Wellll u let me telll ya somthing mean gene brother!!!!!!!!

Im gonna kill that bitch brother!!!!!!! Im gonna kill her dead dude!!!!!!

Im gonna say my prayers,take my vitamins.....and kill that bitch brother!!!!!!!!!

Whatchu gonna dooooooooo linda???? When hulkamania guts the shit outta uuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

netscape check two
04-20-2009, 06:27 PM
Dod anybody see the TNA PPV last night? How was it? So Bobby Lashley is in TNA now and also Taz?

04-23-2009, 07:47 PM
Taz posted a blog on his Facebook account (http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/pages/Human-Suplex-Machine-Taz/87912513335?ref=ts) addressing a number of topics. Here is his blog in its entirety:

Taz Discusses Departure From WWE, Looking To Make An Impact In Wrestling



Well, after leaving WWE recently, I would like to make my first public comments here on the page. I would like to thank the Pro Wrestling fan base for the support through all my years with ECW & WWE! I especially want to thank all of you on this Facebook fan page from all over the world! I try to read most of your comments and I am truly flattered on how many of you supported what I did in the real ECW and my broadcasting accomplishments in WWE. Lets face it, after my debut at MSG vs the great Kurt Angle their wasn't much for me to "hang my hat on" as a wrestler during my tenure wrestling for WWE.

Now, I want to clear up some "true & false" for all of you....

-My contract expired the end of March and I had given my notice several weeks prior
-I ask WWE for my release to pursue other interest
-I offered to call Wrestlemania while I was not contractually obligated....and offered to call the show for free to the company.
-I have fulfilled EVERY obligation to the WWE, and pride myself on leaving the proper/professional way.
-On my way out, from Vince McMahon, Kevin Dunn & Stephanie ALL treated me great...which was cool.
-I APPRECIATE all of the offers for appearances but right now I'm just doing very few appearances (if any). I'm gonna chill out and watch my kid hit baseballs.
-I am done wrestling. At 41 years old, several neck and shoulder issues...not happening. I would be a former shell of myself.
-I too have hated the extra "Z"

-Burnout (If anything, I'm more inspired & motivated now than ever)

Hopefully that clears up some things people were saying in regards to my situation. Also, I have had the opportunity of becoming friends with so many talented & awesome people within the WWE while working there for nearly 10 years and will miss many of them! I would like to thank the writers, road & studio crew and all the talent...especially guys I have a closer friendship with.

I especially want thank three of the main play by play guys I've work with.

Joey Styles
-A dear friend whom I've been goombas with for 15 years and will stay friends with! I felt Joey never had a chance to truly be "Joey Styles" in WWE as an announce talent...that's a shame. But the announce style is completely different than anything Joey ever really did in the business....tough to adapt.

Jim Ross
-The best of the best! True Hall of Famer and a man I respect and appreciate. I cannot thank him enough for all he has taught me as an announcer...as of recent JR & I were the Smack announce team and were doing a strong job in my view....we have shared some good times on many road trips as of recent...BOOMER SOONER!! And I'm a Nebraska Husker fan (lol)

Micheal Cole
-One of my best friends...a guy that truly gave me the confidence to excel as a color commentator years ago in WWE...Cole taught me how to get over the talent, the storylines and get over the brand! He was the only one that had the balls to flat out say to me "its not about you anymore"...I respect that. Amazing work ethic, always would try to find a way for me to get over on him...zero ego & underrated!
I been hearing that Cole has been getting bashed by some on-line fans lately- check this out, if you work at McDonald's and your boss wants you to cook BicMac's...you than go and cook BIG MACS! Anyway, I look forward to working with Cole in the future in some capacity be it TV or Radio.

I want thank World Wrestling Entertainment and the McMahon Family for all the years and all the opportunities...they allowed me a great ride which I truly appreciate.

In closing, I've been in the Pro Wrestling business for 23 years and I don't plan on disappearing anytime soon.

I plan to make an impact real soon in this, the ultimate in businesses and keep it's honor....lol....sorry for crossing the line with my sophomoric humor! Survive if I let you.


04-23-2009, 07:48 PM
New Details On Taz Coming To TNA


-- Also at Lockdown was the latest batch of hints that recently released WWE announcer Taz is headed to TNA Wrestling. During a backstage segment, Samoa Joe was shown with a black towel on his head (a trademark
of Taz) talking to somebody off camera before going to the ring. When Joe hit the ring for the Lethal Lockdown match, he started dishing out Tazplexes - the suplex throw used by Taz during his wrestling days.


04-23-2009, 07:49 PM
Jeff Hardy Turns Down WWE Contract Extensions - Possibly Leaving Soon


Jeff Hardy, one of the top babyface acts in World Wrestling Entertainment, might be on his way out of the company in the coming months.

Hardy's contract expires this summer and WWE has been pushing hard to sign him to a new deal. So far, Jeff Hardy has turned down several lucrative offers from the company - including a new long-term deal and a 1-year contract extension.

Much of the Matt vs. Jeff storyline has been dictated by Jeff's current contract negotiations. With Jeff likely on his way out of the company, WWE is booking Matt to come out of the feud looking strong.

Jeff Hardy is said to be interested in getting away from the hectic lifestyle of a pro wrestler and wants to spend some time living on his own terms.


04-23-2009, 10:18 PM
flair from april 21

04-26-2009, 05:15 PM
worst payperview of the year 2night!!

04-27-2009, 01:52 AM
backlash was a good ppv

04-27-2009, 10:54 AM
edge an christian backstage was a pleasant suprise...
we have scene all the matches on this ppv be4..
except i believe the swagger vs christian match
the santina spots need to stop..

05-12-2009, 10:37 PM
dh smith back 2night on ecw..
wow ..
he just destroyed finlay

05-17-2009, 07:05 PM
i got a feelin that punk cashes in mib 2nite

Soul Controller
05-18-2009, 12:30 PM
i hate that punk spends more time on smackdown :(

05-18-2009, 02:31 PM
punk's place is def raw..
an he clearly got destroyed by the umaga last night//

flair saving batista last night pretty cool!!

05-19-2009, 04:22 AM
so next Monday raw is going to be at the Pepsi center in Denver at the same time as the Nuggets/ lakers game. vince is not to happy, and it looks like he wont back down. I smell a hell in the cell match between the nuggets owner, and vince

05-19-2009, 10:16 AM
^i heard something about that..
where else in the area could they have raw..?
i bet raw is just taped mad early!!
ric flair vs batista next week?

05-19-2009, 11:34 AM
the nuggets owner looks really bad imo, because it looks as if he had no faith his team would make it far in the post season

05-19-2009, 06:07 PM
^ true dat..
there in colorado springs the night after to tape samckdown
so that may be an option..

netscape check two
05-19-2009, 06:16 PM

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP)—World Wrestling Entertainment thrives on outlandish story lines and characters, but the company finds itself embroiled in a real-life controversy with the Denver Nuggets. And WWE’s bombastic owner is making the most of it.

The plot: Who has rights to Denver’s Pepsi Center on Monday—the Nuggets, hosting their first Western Conference final since 1985, or the WWE’s traveling TV soap opera?

WWE chairman Vince McMahon, the promoter who helped transform professional wrestling into prime-time television entertainment, fired the first salvo Monday. In interviews with ESPN, he loudly called out Nuggets owner Stan Kroenke and challenged him to a steel-cage match. (Is there any other way to resolve a grudge?)

“Quite frankly, it’s my view that Stan Kroenke should be arrested, should be arrested for impersonating a good businessman, because he’s not a good businessman,” McMahon said on ESPN. “A good businessman doesn’t book a World Wrestling Federation live televised event on Monday night realizing that his team in all likelihood would not make the playoffs.”

WWE spokesman Robert Zimmerman said the company reserved the Pepsi Center on Aug. 15 and had already sold more than 10,000 tickets for its the Monday Night Raw event. He said the organization expects a sellout, with tickets ranging from $20 to $70.

But the Nuggets are planning to play Game 4 of the NBA’s Western Conference finals against the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday at the Pepsi Center, the team’s home floor.

McMahon was not available Tuesday to comment, a spokesman said. On Monday, he told The Associated Press he couldn’t tolerate the team “just simply throwing us out on our ear.”

A telephone message left for a Nuggets spokesman Tuesday wasn’t immediately returned.

Paul Andrews, executive vice president of Kroenke Sports Enterprises, issued a statement Monday night a bit more understated than McMahon. “We are working with the WWE to resolve the situation amicably,” he said.

The NBA, which sets the playoff schedule, is leaving it to the Nuggets and the WWE to work out the dispute.

The conflict provides a welcome boost of publicity as the Stamford-based producer of live television wrestling matches tries to fill arenas and sell pay-per-view events amid the weak economy, branches into making movies, and deals with the fallout from a substance abuse and drug testing policy that has resulted in more than 30 suspensions since it began in 2006.

“Vince McMahon is one of the greatest promoters of all time,” said Alan Gould, senior media analyst with Natixis Bleichroeder Inc in New York. “Any publicity for wrestling is good publicity. It’s almost free marketing for wrestling and the sport.”

WWE is promoting the arena dispute as the “Denver Debacle” on its Web site, which it said got 18 million U.S. unique visitors last month, more than than CBS.com, ABC.com, NBC.com, NFL.com or NBA.com.

Jeffrey Thomison, an analyst with Hilliard Lyons in Louisville, Ky., who has been covering the entertainment industry for two decades, said he’s never seen a similar conflict.

“I don’t think he’s putting on an act here,” Thomison said of McMahon. “He genuinely is upset.”

Monday Night Raw draws almost 6 million viewers weekly, making it one of the top rated programs on cable television, Thomison said.

“The conflict has to be resolved very soon,” Thomison said. “Monday Night Raw is a very valuable asset to the company.”

The WWE said its crews will be in Denver on Monday night, even if it means putting on a show in a parking lot.


05-19-2009, 08:39 PM
flair's on this monday!!

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05-20-2009, 12:53 AM
Coachman from ESPN was the one who intereviewed Vince on there about the Nuggets/WWE thing? lol

netscape check two
05-20-2009, 09:59 PM

Vince McMahon claims he’s being thrown out. His opponent insists McMahon is the double-crosser.

It’d make a good story line for a wrestling feud—but it won’t take place in Denver.

World Wrestling Entertainment is moving its Monday night show to Los Angeles because of a conflict with the Pepsi Center in Denver, which had booked two events for the same night.

The Nuggets are scheduled to host the Lakers on Monday in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals, but WWE had previously secured the arena for an episode of Monday Night Raw.

The WWE chairman criticized Kroenke Sports, which owns the Nuggets and Pepsi Center, for not being more helpful when the conflict arose over the weekend.

“They bumped us right out of the building, hardly an apology,” McMahon said Wednesday. “They didn’t do anything for us at all, and the media was talking about someone has to write a check. They didn’t want to write anything and they wanted to give us a Sunday night. And the name of the show is Monday Night Raw.”

However, Kroenke Sports claims McMahon had previously agreed to a deal to shift the event to Sunday.

“We negotiated in good faith with Vince and believed we had a deal in principal as of Tuesday,” Kroenke Sports executive vice president Paul Andrews said. “In fact, it was so clear to us that we did that we asked Vince to do a joint press release. He said, ‘Paul, I have no problem with a joint press release.’ Then, he asked us if he could get five tickets to the Denver Nuggets’ game on Monday night so he could apologize to Mr. Kroenke in person.

“That was Tuesday. We find out by a press announcement today by Vince, who I believe is the master of propaganda, that he’s moving the event to the Staples Center. He didn’t even contact us to tell us he hadn’t accepted the deal we negotiated the night before, so we’re quite shocked, frankly.”

WWE executive vice president Shane McMahon, at a press conference at Staples Center, said the Kroenke offer came too late.

“They tried to be amicable but we’re really at such a loss of words because we were expecting a capacity crowd. Had sold 11,000 as of last week,” he said. “We’ve been on sale since August so everyone knew we were coming. We built everything around it. That’s what we do. We promote and build the event.”

Vince McMahon said Staples Center called and offered use of its building and that his organization will return to Denver for an event at the Coliseum on Aug. 7. McMahon said many arenas, including Madison Square Garden, called and offered to host Raw. He chose Staples Center, which also was available Tuesday night for its second night of programming.

McMahon said it was important to have Raw be shown live on its normal Monday night slot on USA Network—where it will go head-to-head against the Nuggets-Lakers game on ESPN. He previously vowed he would hold the event in a parking lot if need be.

McMahon added the Monday show would include a 5-on-5 match pitting “Lakers” against “Nuggets” and his character would likely confront a character of Stan Kroenke, who owns Kroenke Enterprises, in the ring.

But while he said that’s entertainment for the fans, he remains angry at Kroenke and the terms he said were requested in the press release to complete an agreement.

“They would not even talk about making a deal other than paying our expenses basically unless we signed some sort of joint press release,” McMahon said. “You would not believe what these people were attempting to make us do. I guess maybe running over us and throwing us out unceremoniously on our ear was not good enough. They want to trample us.”

WWE said it secured the Pepsi Center last Aug. 15 and had already sold more than 10,000 tickets for the event. The organization said arena officials confirmed the wrestlers were still coming and sent a signed contract on April 15, the last night of the regular season.

Then the double booking was set Sunday, when the Lakers beat Houston in Game 7 to reach the conference finals. Had the Lakers lost, Denver would have had home-court advantage against the Rockets, making the Pepsi Center available for wrestling on Monday.

The conflict has provided some great press for WWE, but McMahon said his preference was to do his show as planned.

“I didn’t want this publicity,” he said. “They threw me out and so what are we going to do? We have to garner some degree of publicity.”

Kroenke Sports said WWE preferred the publicity to a compromise.

“They haven’t returned any of our calls for over a 24-hour period since we had what we believed to be an agreement Tuesday night,” Andrews said. “We’ve reached out to them all day for feedback and then we get an announcement they’re going to L.A.

“The sensationalism and media attention were more important than the fans of Denver.”


05-20-2009, 10:03 PM
raw was good this past monday..
ecw was good too.
specially with dh getting some shine..
ric flair in l.a. this monday..
one can only say..."WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!"

05-20-2009, 10:08 PM
a part of me wants to believe this is fake lol

05-20-2009, 10:13 PM
a part of me wants to believe this is fake lol

no flair will be there monday..
but ..
they need the ratings..
from what ive scene they have been down..
so they have been milking this denver epedemic for all the media they can get.,,.

05-20-2009, 10:58 PM
no flair will be there monday..
but ..
they need the ratings..
from what ive scene they have been down..
so they have been milking this denver epedemic for all the media they can get.,,.

yeah flair will be their^O^

05-27-2009, 12:25 PM
this past monday sucked!!!
i feel a dx push toward summerslam

05-29-2009, 01:12 PM
Yo... found this gallery of old school WWE photos


They've got everyone from Hulk Hogan to Macho Man to The Undertaker. Miss that era of the WWE!

05-29-2009, 11:32 PM
that was a pretty good era..
the horsemen outshined any era till barry was gone..
i wish the flair vs hogan happened @ wrestlemania the year flair came in2 wwf..but they had to do it in wcw..
i see alot of the classic msg matches being broadcasted on "yes"..but i only get.. nesn..


05-30-2009, 12:30 PM
Mr.Kennedy was fired

05-30-2009, 10:29 PM
Kennedy returned to RAW this past Monday night after spending ten months on the shelf rehabbing a badly injured shoulder. In his first match back, during a spot in the main event with Randy Orton, Kennedy injured his wrist.

However the more important issue in the eyes of WWE management was that Orton nearly re-injured his bad shoulder as a result of an errant move on the part of Kennedy.

According to sources, Orton and Kennedy had words backstage (http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/article/detailed-backstage-reason-for-mr-kennedys-wwe-release-77935#) after the show, although it was said it wasn't heated. Apparently Orton very calmly dressed Kennedy down, explaining he has to be more careful so he doesn't injure anyone else in the ring (http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/article/detailed-backstage-reason-for-mr-kennedys-wwe-release-77935#).

06-01-2009, 10:41 PM
flair vs orton in a street fight 2night

06-01-2009, 10:48 PM
kelly kelly or maryse?


06-01-2009, 10:52 PM
^maryse by far..
just saw a preview for the machoman anthology looks dope

netscape check two
06-02-2009, 01:50 AM
The ending of Raw seemed pretty lame tonight. Why didn't Batista just climb up over the steel cage to get to Orton? It looked like Orton messed up the boot kick to Flair, and there was too much over-dramatic acting going on.

06-02-2009, 10:24 AM
The ending of Raw seemed pretty lame tonight. Why didn't Batista just climb up over the steel cage to get to Orton? It looked like Orton messed up the boot kick to Flair, and there was too much over-dramatic acting going on.

i couldnt agree more..
crowd was loosing it
flair took it to him though
figure 4 on the announce table..
the mvp kofi match i thought could of been alot better than it was..

06-02-2009, 01:29 PM
I missed raw I fell asleep. from the sound of it, raw was not too good yesterday

06-02-2009, 11:41 PM
this is the match 2 watch this sunday..

06-08-2009, 11:17 AM
killa payperview last night
mysterio unmasked..
hogpen match
batista injured again./.
dreamer ecw champ..
show submits..
raw should be good tonight..
an tues see's the release of the machomadness 3 disk dvd from wwe!!

06-08-2009, 11:39 AM
Batista fucking sucks. I can't believe he won. Looks like HHH will be back sooner than we thought.

06-08-2009, 10:46 PM
raw 3 hours next week from charlotte n.c where the nature boy will take over as gm..

06-08-2009, 10:53 PM
^^^nice lol!!

06-09-2009, 06:38 PM
kelly kelly or maryse?


mayrse is ugly. id perfer kelly.

layla el is fucking hotter

06-09-2009, 08:54 PM
WWE: Macho Madness - The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection (2009)

Disc 1

WWE Debut
Randy Savage vs. Rick McGraw
Prime Time Wrestling - July 9, 1985

Savage's Choice for a New Manager

Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat
Boston Garden - December 7, 1985

One of the Most Hated Men in Wrestling

WWE Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Hulk Hogan
Madison Square Garden - December 30, 1985

Setting His Sights on a Different Title

WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship
Randy Savage vs. Tito Santana
Boston Garden - February 8, 1986

Old Generation Meets New Generation

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Bruno Sammartino
Boston Garden - January 3, 1987

The Greatest Match in WrestleMania History

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat
WrestleMania III - March 29, 1987

Attempt to Regain the Intercontinental Championship

Randy Savage vs. Honky Tonk Man
The Main Event - February 5, 1988

The Road to the WWE Title

WWE Championship Tournament Final
Randy Savage vs. Ted DiBiase
WrestleMania IV - March 27, 1988

The Return Bout

Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship
Randy Savage vs. Ted DiBiase
Madison Square Garden - June 25, 1988

Special Features

A Match Made in Heaven
The Wedding of Randy "Macho Man" Savage and Elizabeth
SummerSlam - August 26, 1991

Disc 2

Megapowers Unite

Randy Savage & Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant & Ted DiBiase
SummerSlam - August 29, 1988

Year Long Reign

WWE Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Hulk Hogan
WrestleMania V - April 2, 1989

Macho King & Queen Sherri

WWE Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Hulk Hogan
The Main Event - March 22, 1990

Intergender Mayhem

Randy Savage / Sherri vs. Dusty Rhodes / Sapphire
WrestleMania VI - April 1, 1990

Career on the Line

Retirement Match
Randy Savage vs. Ultimate Warrior
WrestleMania VII - March 24, 1991

Love Bites

Randy Savage vs. Jake Roberts
This Tuesday in Texas - December 3, 1991

Flasely Accused

WWE Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair
WrestleMania VIII - April 5, 1992

Special Features

Elizabeth's Debut
Championship Wrestling - July 30, 1985

The Coronation of the Macho King
Superstars - September 30, 1989

Disc 3

WWE Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Shawn Michaels
European Rampage - April 19, 1992

Popularity on the Rise

Randy Savage / Bret Hart vs. Ric Flair / Shawn Michaels
Worcester, MA - July 22, 1992

Behind the Mic

WWE Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Yokozuna
RAW - February 28, 1994

A Change of Scenery

Lifeguard Match
Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair
Bash at the Beach - July 16, 1995

Rivalry Renewed

WCW Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair
Nitro - January 22, 1996

The Rise of nWo

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Randy Savage vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Great American Bash - June 15, 1997

Team Madness

WCW Championship Match
Randy Savage & Sid Vicious vs. Kevin Nash & Sting
Bash at the Beach - July 11, 1999

Special Features

Nothing But Garbage
Prime Time Wrestling - October 29, 1985

Yesterday's Newspaper
Prime Time Wrestling - December 3, 1985

A Champion's Prerogative
All Star Wrestling - March 1, 1986

The Most Important Man in the World
Prime Time Wrestling - April 21, 1986

Talkin' About History
Prime Time Wrestling - May 5, 1986

Free Word Association
Tuesday Night Titans - July 2, 1986

Cuppa' Coffee
Prime Time Wrestling - May 11, 1987

The Cream of the Crop
Prime Time Wrestling - May 11, 1987

The Beat Goes On
Superstars - September 19, 1987

Bow To The Macho King
Madison Square Garden - November 25, 1989

Macho King Rules The Peasants
Saturday Night's Main Event - January 27, 1990

You Don't Say No To The Macho King
Madison Square Garden - January 21, 1991

A Little Bit Insane
Saturday Night's Main Event - February 8, 1992

Whatever It Takes
Superstars - June 13, 1992

The Ultimate Maniacs
Superstars - October 24, 1992

One Cool Dude
Monday Nitro - June 17, 1996

nWo Madness
Monday Nitro - April 28, 1997

06-10-2009, 04:52 AM
HHH probably came back because Batista got injured

the macho man dvd looks ill

I hope ric is the new GM of raw

cm punk turning heel is good

06-10-2009, 06:31 PM
HHH probably came back because Batista got injured

the macho man dvd looks ill

I hope ric is the new GM of raw

cm punk turning heel is good

i heard ric has alot of oversea commitments coming soon..
i could see him as gm of raw but not really sure how long it would last..
anyone's better than vickie..
with hhh back shawn shouldnt be 2 far behind..
as well as taker..
a punk hardy fued is just what smackdown needs..
i suggest everyone that loves old school interviews to go buy the machoman dvd

06-10-2009, 09:40 PM
mayrse is ugly. id perfer kelly.

layla el is fucking hotter

oh hell yeah layla is way hotter:


netscape check two
06-11-2009, 12:16 AM
If Flair doesn't become the new GM, who do you think it might be?

I didn't like Vicky either, but she played her part well. She was very over as a heel.

06-11-2009, 10:38 AM
If Flair doesn't become the new GM, who do you think it might be?

I didn't like Vicky either, but she played her part well. She was very over as a heel.

excuse me..
excuse me..
fuckin vickie..loved that shit from her//u were almost always guaranteed 3 of em when she came out..she was a great heel..an way over with the crowd..
there isnt too many peeps out there i could see taking it..
i could see one of the mcmahon children taking it..
but everyone that has taken the punt in the head from orton has been out for a while..
the 3 hour raw is live from charlotte this monday

06-12-2009, 02:08 PM
Wrestling divas just aren't what they used to be.


Ok, maybe I just miss Stacy Keibler.

Full Gallery Here: http://www.msg.com/photos/wwe-ladies-in-the-ring-and-out-of-it/slide/1/

06-22-2009, 12:51 AM
TNA Slammaversary Results
Taken from angrymarks.com

Written by Stevie J (steviej@angrymarks.com).

Ye gods, I've been watching TNA for six years. I was watching Slammiversary before it even had a name. Click on the full post for the LIVE recap and hit F5 or refresh as often as you like for updates. We'll also be posting match results on the Live Twitter Blog (http://angrymarks.com/twitter/).
We've got 26 minutes to go until the PPV starts. We're seeing highlights of King of the Mountain matches from the past, including Samoa Joe's successful title defense last year. I'd be lying if I said this was one of my favorite TNA style matches. Before I give more thoughts on that, we're backstage for an interview with Beer Money.
Roode: "Our schedule has been a lot easier, but what can we say that hasn't already been said about Team 3D? They're the greatest tag team of all time. For them to defend the New Japan Tag Titles, 15 hours there, 15 hours back, no sleep, these guys are amazing." All of a sudden James Storm bursts out laughing and they both CACKLE. Storm: "The plane should feel bad for them guys on it! We ain't got no sleep either, we've been partying all night, cause we're gonna win! We're gonna prove without a shadow of a doubt that we're the greatest in the world. Guys, get some sleep on the plane."
Now this one of the few angles going in any wrestling company that I've really enjoyed over the last month, and I've barely even watched Impact except to fast-forward through it on the DVR. Nevertheless Team 3D has treated the tag team titles like they're a serious deal, their opponents have treated their desire to WIN those coveted titles like a serious deal, and "mutual respect" has gone out the window since 3D wants to show Beer Money that they may be the future greats, but they're not stepping out of the way JUST YET to let them ascend to the top of the throne. Somehow amidst a steaming pile of sports entertainment among all three major brands, someone has actually managed to book an old school style grudge with tag teams. It's honestly reason enough for me to spend $29.95 on this show.
* The British Invasion v. 'Showtime' Eric Young & 'War Machine' Rhino
As you would expect, Rhino gets a big pop from The Palace at Auburn Hills. Ty Warren also accompanied Rhino to ringside. The crowd from the $7 seats to the ringside is chanting RHI-NO. Young starts off the match but quickly tags out to the War Machine, who runs over Doug Williams with a big shoulder. Young tags back in and the two are taking turns cutting off the ring and beating Williams down. Williams tries to hip toss Rhino to no avail and gets a short-arm clothesline. What the hell? Rhino reaches out for a tag and Young jumps down off the apron. British Invasion take the opportunity offered by the distraction for a two-on-one beatdown. Jesse Deal from the USS Cole (Rhino's protege) argues with Young as he walks up the ramp, and Deal comes down to ringside - ostensibly to cheer his mentor on. If I remember what Poulin said on the Impact recaps, Young has been doing a heel turn because he feels after 6+ years he should be a main eventer, so I guess this is his way of protesting being in a free match on the pre-show. Rhino starts hulking up and hits a short spear into the corner. Brutus Magnus is saved from the GORE thanks to a distraction by Doug Williams. Jesse Neal wants to get into the ring to help. Seriously, I don't know why the ref doesn't just declare him Rhino's legal partner, or why Neal doesn't just jump in. WELL THERE YOU GO - Neal tags the tag and the ref says "SURE! WHY NOT!" Don West is apoplectic that Rudy Charles would allow it. Unfortunately it doesn't help. Several scoop slams on the British Invasion get things rolling, but eventually Brutus catches Neal and picks him up so Doug Williams can come off the ropes. Reminds me of the old Doomsday Device. British Invasion get the three count. WINNERS: DOUG WILLIAMS & BRUTUS MAGNUS - THE BRITISH INVASION. Slammiversary promo follows.
For once I'm actually grateful for Mr. Nexus of Humanity, because he's actually doing a decent job of explaining why I should care about Raven & Daffney v. Abyss & Taylor Wilde in a Monster's Ball match. "Bob" from Toronto is in the front row and he says he's looking forward to King of the Mountain the most. That reminds me, I was going to speak on my disdain for the concept. I've seen every single KOTM since TNA debuted the concept. Quite frankly it's absurd. (1.) You have to pin somebody to "qualify" to hang the title up. (2.) The pinned person goes into a hockey style "penalty box" for two minutes. (3.) The whole idea of climbing up to HANG a belt instead of climbing a ladder to pull DOWN a belt just frags the smegging hell out of me.
Backstage Sting says he wants to bring respect back into TNA, and he intends to do it at Matt Morgan's expense. "Tonight, I make an example out of you. It's showtime!" Presumably this is the babyface Sting turn, and he'll come out without the Mafia and wearing the facepaint, but if Poulin already explained that in the Impact recaps then my bad for not picking up on it. Honestly I'm more interested in this PPV simply because I have paid so little attention over the last month. That actually makes watching Slammiversary feel more special to me. Shelley, Lethal, Suicide, Sabin and Creed in a KOTM X-Division Title Match - even though the reverse ladder match annoys me, that one should sitll be good. Dixie Carter is in the front row and she says happy Father's Day to everybody here and everyone at home with kids, and gives Buttnugget J.B. a kiss on the cheek. Two minutes to go!
TNA WRESTLING - CROSS THE LINE. Opening music video package follows. I don't know who sings this song, but I like it. "I take it out on youuuu!" I'll take it out on the director tonight if he misses all the action in the ring. AND NOW TNA WRESTLING RESENTS, SLAMMIVERSARY. They're got the upper rafters of The Palace darkened, but at least down at floor level there seem to be plenty of people watching. I'm sure that since the Pistons aren't playing right now, TNA got a sweetheart deal, but I still don't expect there to be anywhere near a full house even with $7 seats on sale for a while. It looks like the X-Division KOTM will kick off the show tonight! Mike Tenay is explaining all the rules for the Mountain match again, but if you really want to know them, just scroll up - I broke it all down during the pre-show. The Detroit Tiger's own Curtis Granderson is "the special title holder" for the match. Don West acts like he's "very special friends" with Granderson. Sure - and I'm very special friends with @Buttnugget J.B. (http://www.twitter.com/JeremyBorash/) because I follow him on Twitter. Whatever!
* X-Division KOTM: Jay Lethal, Alex Shelley, Consequences Creed, Chris Sabin, Suicide
The order above is the order they entered. @thedailysuplex (http://www.twitter.com/thedailysuplex) just informed me it was Goldylocks who performed the Slammiversary theme. GOLDYLOCKS! I remember when she managed 'Baby Bear' Alex Shelley back in the day. I like her better as a singer than as a manager. The Machine Guns are working together in the match and have left Suicide flattened. There's a MO-TOR CI-TY chant. Sabin accidentally clotheslines his partner though which gives Creed and Lethal the chance to work together, but that backfires when Suicide takes out all four men with the KOTM ladder. Lethal gets thrown onto the ladder and sells the ribs as Suicide makes the pin. SUICIDE IS THE FIRST QUALIFIER. Lethal gets locked into the penalty box as Granderson bids farewell to Tenay & West, as he now has to offer Suicide the belt whenever he calls for it. Creed eats a ladder, attempt to double team Suicide, and just end up eating a whip. Suicide does a really awful looking monkey flip on Alex Shelley but pins him anyway and Shelley has to go into the cage. Lethal still has ten seconds to go, and he's let out right as Shelley is let in. Lethal immediately gets a series of near falls on Suicide as he's now the fresh man off two minutes rest. Sabin throws a chair in Suicide's face, and we nearly miss it thanks to the director doing a split screen on the penalty box. Lethal Combo onto the steel chair, which Sabin was sitting in just seconds before. Both men cover Suicide for the pin as the ref counts three. Shelley comes out of the box while the ref makes up his mind who goes in. LETHAL GETS THE QUALIFYING PIN and Suicide is the only man to enter the penalty box. Machine Guns work over Lethal Consequences. The stupid split screen on the penalty box is annoying the crap out of me. Backbreaker by Shelley on Creed. 10 seconds and Suicide will be out, thankfully, because we keep missing action like Sabin going over the ropes. In fact while the camera man is trying to catch up Shelley gets pinned and CREED IS THE THIRD QUALIFIER. Great, another two minutes of split screen shots. Suicide throws around team Consequences and then monkey flips Sabin back first into the ladder, popping the crowd. Lethal floats over the ropes to the floor, yanks Suicide out, and Creed flip dives over the ropes to wipe him out. Granderson keeps his eye on the belt as everybody brawls out on the floor. SHELLEY RUNS UP THE LADDER TO THE TOP OF THE PENALTY BOX AND CROSSBODIES EVERYONE ON THE FLOOR. Now that was a friggin' sweet spot. Once he gets back to the ring Shelley starts to set up a ladder. Ref tells him he's not eligible. Sabin lays down for Shelley. SHELLEY QUALIFIES. He quickly scurries up the ladder with the title and SUICIDE DROPKICKS IT OUT FROM UNDER HIM. The match has really picked up. Suicide gets thrown headfirst into the ladder. Shelley and Lethal brawl in the corner with the ladder laying on the ropes between them. Creed takes Shelley down to the floor while Lethal is stuck in the ladder, and Suicide catapults him into the air and he goes flying into the ring. Don West: "He ducked his head at the last second, saving him from a broken neck." Yeah, we don't need another one in pro wrestling right now. Tornado DDT by Sabin on Lethal for three. SABIN QUALIFIES - EVERY MAN IS LEGAL.
Slingshot DDT by Suicide. Sabin scoop slams Suicide and sets up the ladder. Sabin calls for the belt and starts to go up. Suicide pulls him back down. "He should have gone up just a little bit quicker!" Don, if he was booked to win, he would have. Suicide is hung up in a tree of woe and Sabin hits the hesitation dropkick. Lethal gets back out of the box. Sabin starts to go up again and Lethal pulls him down. Lethal gets a frogsplash from Shelley while Lethals on the mat. The ladder is down now. Shelley pulls it out of the ring and drapes it from the steel barricade to the ring apron. Creed gives Shelley a head kick and Suicide a scoop slam. Machismo goes top rope and Sabin cuts him off. Sabin nearly gets floated over the ropes into the ladder, then gets knocked backwards into it anyway and he takes a bump on it. Shelley baseball slides Suicide into a chair by the penalty box then does a slingshot crossbody into the chair, and the chair slowly falls over backwards. Meanwhile Lethal is on the top rope and does a flying elbow right onto the ladder and the prone Sabin. Both men fall off wincing. Superkick on Creed on the apron by Shelley. Shelley hits a sliced bread #2 backwards onto the apron! AWESOME. Suicide catches up to him though and the two exchange chops. Shelley tries to backflip a sliced bread off the penalty box but misses and Suicide knocks him over the barricade. Suicide comes in to set up the ladder to a chorus of boos. Lethal gets in and tips the ladder over, and Suicide lands on top of the penalty box. The ladder ends up on top of the box too. Creed climbs up on the box and the two brawl. Meanwhile Shelley gets ANOTHER ladder and sets it up. Suicide climbs across the ladder OVER Lethal and DDT's Shelley to the mat. Suicide climbs up the second ladder, hangs the belt and it's all over. WINNER AND STILL TNA X-DIVISION CHAMPION: SUICIDE. The lights go out, Suicide leaves, and Tenay and West run down tonight's card. We go backstage to Lauren and Shane Douglas.
"Let me tell you something my beautiful Lauren Come Lately. Maybe you should do your exercise before you come here to jabber your jaw. I am the Franchise, I am the standard, I've been the guy that carried the gold, over 7 years a champion in this business. Remember what the Legend says - to be the man you have to BEAT the man. Jeff Jarrett has done you a favor Chris Daniels. He felt sorry for ya, it's a weakness of his character. I don't feel sorry for you. I set the standard, and I knock punks down trying to make a name for themselves Daniels." Unless I'm mistaken, 'Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels has been in professional wrestling just about as long as Shane Douglas, but if you want to go with this angle then sure, what the fuck, whatever. We go to a video package with the Franchise screaming about his second chance. Daniels: "If you beat me, you can have my roster spot. When I beat you though, get your ratty-ass out of my company!"
* Shane Douglas v. Christopher Daniels (Second Chance TNA Roster Match)
As if I wasn't already on Daniels side in this match to begin with, they rub in the fact that Douglas is from Pittsburgh and that the Penguins beat the Red Wings in the Stanley Cup. I'm with the crowd in Michigan tonight - BOOOOOOO. It's cheap heat but it's definitely heat for me. The bell rings, the two jack jaws, and Daniels shoves him away. Daniels dropkicks him at the knees, pummels his forehead, wraps an arm around his face but Douglas counters out and walks over him. Daniels responds with a drop toe hold and stands on Douglas' back. It's a war of who can disrespect the other more. Daniels knocks him down and stomps on his chest. Daniels puts Douglas in a crossface but Franchise won't submit - or at least not this early in the match. Dropkick and a spinning kick for two. Franchise puts on the brakes and goes out to the floor for a timeout. Daniels finally manages to catch up to him and hit a split-legged moonsault to the outside.
Douglas whips Daniels into the steel steps and he sells the elbow. Douglas hammerlocks the elbow and then whips Daniels back into it again. Daniels is thrown back in the ring selling the left arm and Douglas grabs the arm and gets behind him to crank back on it. He fights out with punches but Douglas clotheslines him as he comes off the ropes. Douglas goes back to work on the arm, from a half nelson to an armbar. Daniels gets a foot on the ropes to force Douglas to break. Credit to both men for keeping the pace a bit slower so that Douglas doesn't get totally blown up. Daniels pulls himself by one arm and then hits Douglas with a running clothesline using the right, then bridges a suplex for two. He teases a BME by posing for the crowd but Douglas gets a foot up in his face on the delay. Franchise teases a belly to belly suplex, Daniels trips the leg to get him down, QUICKLY goes for the BME and hits it for the 1-2-3! WINNER AND RETAINING HIS ROSTER SPOT: CHRISTOPHER DANIELS. It was a nothing match but at least the right man won with the right move.
Mick Foley is backstage with Jeremy Borash. He says he's got a 2 in 5 chance of retaining tonight. "How would it look to the shareholders if all of a sudden Jeff Jarrett, the founder of TNA, magically shows up as the world champion?" WOW. He's actually putting over the idea that Jarrett BOOKS HIMSELF TO WIN IN HIS OWN COMPANY. You know I'm amused by the fact Foley would say on PPV what I've been thinking for the last six years and change about TNA, but honestly the fact he'd actually say it on TV is pure Vince Russo and not at all good for the product. You don't write angles for the smarks, and you don't put backstage politics on TV for the 1% of the audience who reads Wrestling Observer. Oh wait - this is a TNA PPV - only hardcores buy their shows. That percentage may be as high as 20, but it still doesn't justify Russo writing for the internet or booking swerves for the internet.
* Angelina Love {C} v. Tara (The Former Victoria) - Knockouts Title Match
Speaking of good reasons to buy Slammiversary tonight, any chance to see Victoria wrestle on a PPV is reason enough. Love is accompanied to the ring by Velvet Sky and Madison Rayne, and she has the title around her waist and a pink bow around her neck. Her halter top actually describes her boobs as Weapons of Mass Destruction. I kid you not. Beautiful People straddle the ring ropes and Don West nearly goes JIZZ, IN, HIS PANTS.
Angelina Love is in control early and is acting like she's not intimidated by the Black Widow. She even hits a leg trip and paintbrushes her face. "I'm not exactly sure that's a wise move against the experienced Tara." She proves it's not by grabbing her by the hair and pulling her hair first all the way over her back, not once, but TWICE, then throwing Angelina across the ring hair first. Love rolls out to the floor to get some emotional support from her Peeps. Tara attacks and they part like the Red Sea, but before she can throw Love back into the ring and pin her they yank her down off the apron. Now Love is back on offense and having her way with Tara in the ring. Love tries to mock her and play to the crowd but Tara punches her in the boobs and then gets a sunset flip for a near fall. Love socks her in the nose and hits a spin kick for 2.8. "THAT WAS THREE REF! THAT WAS THREE!!" Don West agrees.
Tara goes out and the Beautiful People work her over and throw her into the steel steps, then throw her back in for a series of near falls by Love. Love throws a tantrum that she hasn't gotten the pin yet. Love hits her with boots. "She should be mad Mike. She should throw a tantrum. Charles takes an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes!" Tara hits a firewoman's carry into a spinning slam, but instead of going for the cover she goes out to attack all of the Beautiful People, beating them into a pulp. "Get some security out here!" Love hits a kick and the Beautiful People go under the ring and get a can. They spray her eyes with hairspray to blind her, enabling Love to get the pin. WINNER AND STILL KNOCKOUT CHAMPION: ANGELINA LOVE.
Backstage Monster's Ball promo with Dr. Stevie, Daffney and Raven. Raven has the best lines of the whole thing. "Lauren I like you because you wear your moral superiority like a cloak of human excrement. You wreak of fear and that turns me on." WOW. "Tonight, we're going to have that breakthrough, even IF IT KILLS US! Quoth the Raven, NEVERMORE!~!~!!!!" He cackles and sobs maniacally as the camera cuts away and we get a Monster's Ball video package.
* Raven & Daffney (w/ Dr. Stevie) v. Taylor Wilde & Abyss - Monster's Ball Match
This is going to be a cluserfuck. Probably an entertaining clusterfuck, but one all the same. Raven and Daffney are thrown into each other early, then Abyss & Wilde double team Raven. Abyss launches Wilde into the air to hit a flying punch as both are stacked up like cordwood. Abyss charges to splash them both and Raven gets out of the way, splashing Daffney all by herself. Don West castigates him for his depraved indifference to women. PAGING DR. PHIL. Abyss press slams her over the ropes onto Raven and Stevie, making West even madder. Wilde crossbodies the whole crew right into the steel barricade. "There are no rules in a Monster's Ball folks!" Really Don. Why do you give so much of a shit about men attacking women then? Abyss and Raven brawl their way into the crowd. Daffney climbs on his back to try and choke him but Taylor Wilde boxes her ears with a pie tin and a trashcan lid. Raven takes the garbage lid for himself to use as a weapon on Abyss and their brawl continues. Tenay: "There's no give in that wall back there!" Then Raven whips Abyss into the "wall" a.k.a. the guard rail and it moves five feet. Then he picks up the guard rail and puts it over Abyss' neck. There was no WALL anywhere in sight so if that was what Tenay meant he needs his vision checked or his monitor at the announce table fixed. Wilde and Daffney are out brawling by the "wall" too. Wilde climbs up a set of speakers. Suddenly I have a bad flashback to IWA-MS and Mickie 'Moose' Knuckles. Wilde does a crossbody onto Daffney through a table, which thankfully is the safest spot she could have done. Back to Raven and Abyss, with Dr. Stevie supplying his ally with cans full of weapons at ringside. Abyss fends him off and goes under the ring for the bag full of - glass, tacks, whatever. Stevie gives him a chairshot right in the face to put a stop to it. Raven sets up a chair for his signature drop toehold. Abyss forehead is split open even before Raven connects with it.
Stevie Night Heat throws in more weapons. IT'S CLOBBERIN' TIME. Kendo stick is shredded into splinters before a two count. The girls are nowhere to be seen. Oh wait, there's Daffney - BAM into Wilde's forehead with the cooking sheet. Abyss gets back on offense, then throws away a kendo stick in favor of a trash can. Chokeslam misses the trashcan as Raven kicks it out of the way. Stevie distracts the ref so he can't make the count, then Raven uses the uncrushed can on Abyss back. Second time, Abyss ducks it and Stevie eats it. Wilde gets launched onto Raven with Abyss' help but he can't make the cover as the ref is distracted again, so he goes for the bag of goodies. What does he have? THUMBTACKS!! Daffney tries to punch him in the back and he no-sells it, then turns to look at the crowd like... SHOULD I?! He doesn't have to, because WILDE POWERBOMBS DAFFNEY INTO THEM HERSELF! Legit holy shit chant from both me and the crowd on that spot. Stevie breaks up the pin and turns around to come face to face with Abyss. Chokeslam into the tacks? Raven breaks it up with a chair shot. Evenflow DDT into the chair but ABYSS KICKS OUT. Raven eats a BLACK HOLE SLAM INTO THE TACKS FOR THREE. WINNERS: TAYLOR WILDE & ABYSS.
A garbage match but a fun one all the same. Abyss took a fistful of tacks on the BHS and we see him selling it on the replay before he makes the cover. A bloodied Abyss throws Wilde over his shoulder and carries his tag team partner to the back.
* 'The Blueprint' Matt Morgan vs. 'The Icon' Sting (Morgan Offered a Mafia Spot if He Wins)
West: "What is Sting thinking? He didn't have to put this stipulation in there." Funny, I was thinking the same thing. Couldn't Sting teach Morgan respect WITHOUT putting anything on the line? It's a ridiculous stip. At least Sting is coming out with the black and white facepaint and the scorpion jacket. The crowd still pops for Sting, face or heel, you gotta give him that. Sting and Morgan stall for a bit until Morgan overpowers him and throws him to the floor to a chorus of boos. Morgan throws him into the steel guardrails for good measure. I just got word from @thedailysuplex (http://www.twitter.com/thedailysuplex) that Douglas twisted his ankle in the opening minute of his match with Daniels. Well, it would have been slow and plodding even WITHOUT that injury, but it does explain a lot. Sting finally gets back on offense and starts kicking at Morgan's legs, following him all around the ring. Two clothesline attempts are no sold, then Morgan hits a clothesline of his own that connects. Tenay informs us Team 3D have just arrived at the building. Morgan pushes Sting's back into the turnbuckle then throws reverse elbows at his head. Side slam for a near fall. Most of Sting's facepaint is already gone. Here's how the next 3-4 minutes of the match go - Morgan attacks, Sting sells, Morgan pins, Sting kicks out. It's like watching Bradshaw and Cena, and I think you know who is who. YAWN. Morgan finally misses a splash and Sting connects with a missile dropkick, but he eats a boot for another near fall. Sting escapes a Hellavator but that counter was sloppy as hell. Scorpion Deathdrop for 2. Second time that he goes for it he gets three. WINNER: STING.
Blah match. A dud, as Alvarez would say. Promos from Joe and Styles backstage. Joe says he's hunting Kurt and tonight he'll end things where it began, thanks to his Nation of Violence, the most powerful force in the history of professional wrestling.
* Team 3D {C} v. Beer Money - TNA Tag Team Championship Match
Beer Money come out first. James Storm is riding his electrified beer scooter cooler. I love that thing! Team 3D come out with both sets of belts, so obviously their New Japan Tag Team Title defense was successful. Both men are checked over, a WE WANT TABLES chant breaks out, and it looks like the match is going to start with Brother Devon and Robert Roode. Devon is overpowering early, clubbing his back, throwing him down with a slam and hitting a diving headbutt for two. Roode goes back on O for a near fall of his own and Brother Ray makes a blind tag in, with a scowl on his face aimed Roode's way. Short bathroom break here while Bubba Ray is chopping the hell out of Roode - I'll be right back.
Okay I'm back - sorry about that. 3D were trying to get tables and it seems they took too long as Beer Money were able to get back into control. Beer Money hit a double team suplex on Brother Ray and do their salute, and the crowd in Detroit sings along with them. THE BRITISH INVASION ARE HERE. Brutus Magnus, Doug Williams and their muscle Rob Terry all take seats with the announce team. Don West and the British Invasion put each other over like a million bucks and act like they've all been good mates for years. Meanwhile in the ring Devon is reaching out to Brother Ray for the tag and Ray manages to fall down and make the hot tag before rolling out. Devon elevates Roode high in the air and knocks Storm down with a shoulder tackle. Bobby Roode gets covered for two. Clothesline by Devon takes Roode out of his shoes and socks for a near fall that's broken up. Same for a chokeslam. The annoying split screen is back. Like we need to see that British Invasion are at the announce position - we can hear them already! Double team on Devon but he fights his way out with a clothesline on Roode. "You wouldn't see us in there double teaming." Even if the Brits did cheat I wouldn't "see it" myself.
Devon gets a headscissors off the top rope from Storm, Roode does a frogsplash too, but he can only get 2. Tenay calls West a kissass and the Invasion complain about his "crass" language. Top rope clothesline by Devon as Ray was holding Roode up, but it's another near fall. Devon scoops him up, he escapes, Storm goes for the beer spray in the face but gets his own partner, Ray and Devon hit the 3D but the ref is distracted by Invasion and can't see it. Ray goes top rope to wipe them out and Devon tosses another member through the table. Superkick, Last Call, DWI on Devon while Ray is out on the floor for the pin! WINNERS AND NEW TNA TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: BEER MONEY. The Invasion wasn't really necessary for the title change though - in fact I think it cheapens a match I had actually built up as being an old school battle for respect.
Kurt Angle is alone backstage in the Mafia lockerroom. He's got a mustache and a full beard of stubble from ear to ear - that's an interesting look for Angle. It's not a classic Olympic Champion look, but it's a menacing look. Gives a little more meaning to his promise to win the title as being "real, damn real." King of the Mountain video package follows.
* World Title KOTM: AJ Styles, Jeff Jarrett, Mick Foley, Samoa Joe, Kurt Angle
It looks like each man is going to get their own individual video package as they are introduced, just to kill a little more time. AJ Styles gets one putting him over as the only TNA Grand Slam Champion and his entrance ends at 10:19 EST. Joe is seen walking backstage with a black towel over his head and Tenay puts over how he's systematically decimated the Mafia, and as I suspected, Joe's package follows. He's put over as the only man to ever retain his title in KOTM. I hate noticing things like this, but it looks like Jarrett stuffed a sock down his trunks. I'm hella grateful when they go to his video package, noting he has never lost a KOTM that he has participated in. Kurt Angle is out fourth. We're reminded Angle won the vacant TNA World Title in 2007 in a KOTM match in Nashville. Angle goes for the cheap heat by wearing a Penguins jersey with Crosby's name on it. Mick Foley is out last with his trademark red flannel and the title over his right shoulder. His video package emphasizes that he's a man of many personas and unpredictable tendencies. Borash doesn't even make the Heavyweight Championship of the World introduction until 10:29 EST, so they've killed no less than 10 minutes with video packages and entrances. They're killing even more by introducing each man in the ring. I just now noticed Styles is wearing the Legends title around his waist, which Borash puts over, plus his seven years in TNA Wrestling. Joe is put over by J.B. as the 280 pound Nation of Violence. Jarrett is put over as the founder of TNA Wrestling. A few weirdos do a "we're not worthy" bow for him. Angle poses and begs the crowd for more heat with his Penguins jersey, spinning around for all sides to see. Last but not least the champion from Long Island, New York who gets a babyface pop from the crowd... oh well Tenay claims it's because Joe put on a Red Wings jersey to attack Kurt Angle. The camera finally goes over and catches it. Joe and his Osgood jersey are thrown into the penalty box to start the match as punishment, and on top of that the DQ is counting as a pin for Angle so KURT ANGLE IS THE FIRST QUALIFIER THE MOMENT THE BELL RINGS.
10:33 EST and we're finally underway. Jarrett and Styles take turns trying to pin Angle and he kicks out each time. There's a FO-LEY chant so despite what Tenay says, he's getting love from the crowd all on his own. God damnit, the split screen is back. Could they not show it to us until a guy is about to get in or out of the penalty box please? Joe gets out at 10:35. While we were distracted by that, Foley tells the ref that Jarrett got a pin. I have no idea if he could or not because we couldn't see, but West says it was a "free ticket" either way. JARRETT IS NOW QUALIFIED.
Foley calmly saunters to the penalty box. Meanwhile Joe and Jarrett are going at it. Joe hits a back senton splash on him for a near fall. Chop levels Jarrett while Styles and Angle brawl outside. Joe gets a crowd pop right before the crowd counts down Foley's last 5 seconds in the box. He gets back in and Joe hits him with discus forearms. Joe puts a kokina clutch on Foley. Angle and Jarrett brawl outside and Angle throws him over the guardrail into the front row. Once again the camera man misses the action - Foley tapped while we were looking at the brawl outside. FUCKING TNA CAMERA PEOPLE CAN SUCK MY DICK. Anyway Foley goes to the penalty box again and SAMOA JOE IS NOW QUALIFIED. Someone got the ladder because it's in the ring, and Joe takes advantage by suplexing Angle onto it, then whipping Jarrett back first into it when it's propped up in the corner. Joe is setting up the ladder right as Foley gets out of the box.
10:41 EST now as Joe makes his way up to hang the belt, but Foley runs straight into the ladder to send it crashing down. Joe falls back first onto the legs of the ladder, and he's lucky to have not been seriously hurt. He's selling like he was anyway. Styles gets tossed out to the apron by Foley, who pulls up Joe and throws him back first into the ladder. Joe ducks Foley coming in a second time and hip tosses him into said ladder. Jarrett tries to set up the ladder but it's too trashed to stand straight so he throws it at Angle on the outside and brings a fresh one in. Angle crotches Jarrett before he can climb to the top. Styles gets back in the ring and attacks Angle, then puts the ladder in the corner before tossing the title aside. Angle tries to suplex him but Styles lands on his feet. Styles tries to take Angle over but Angle turns it around and counters him right into the ladder. Meanwhile Jarrett was loading up the EL KABONG but Angle saw it coming and blocked it. Angle rolls through on a Jarrett attempt into an ankle lock but Jarrett kicks him away, grabbing the guitar in the process, and this time EL KABONG CONNECTS.
Jarrett begins to climb again at 10:45. Foley climbs up the other side and asks Jarrett to give him the belt. He of course refuses. They start to brawl and AJ dropkicks the ladder. The ladder slowly crashes down on AJ after both Foley and Jarrett take bumps. For unknown reasons Foley goes up to the top of the penalty box. For even more unknown reasons Styles decides to follow him to brawl. Foley teases a suplex spot with Styles twice. Styles headbutts him to save himself and Foley finally gets the upper hand and throws Styles back first into the six-sides. Joe tries to get a clutch on Jarrett but eats a Stroke. Jarrett in turn eats an Angle slam for two. Foley dives off the penalty box with an elbow on Angle! 1-2-3. MICK FOLEY IS QUALIFIED, ANGLE TO THE PENALTY BOX.
This is nowhere near as good as the opening X-Division KOTM, but I'm just now realizing that after all these years, I've finally gotten used to the rules of this reverse ladder match and maybe I don't hate it so much any more. I'd still like to see TNA have a normal ladder match where you pull down the belt to win but hey whatever. Joe tosses Styles over the top rope onto Foley, who was already staggering around on the floor. Apparently Styles got a pin out on the announce floor and ONCE AGAIN THE CAMERA PEOPLE MISSED IT. As it stands STYLES IS NOW QUALIFIED AND FOLEY'S HEADED TO THE BOX. Jarrett unsnaps the belt and climbs up to hang it, Styles climbs up the other side, Angle grabs one of Jarrett's legs and Jarrett drops the belt. Jarrett turns around to attack Angle, and Styles climbs back down so he can get the belt. Joe and Styles go at it and Styles hits Joe with a big dropkick. Everybody's laid out and it's now 10:52 EST.
Foley is out of the box again and staggers his way to the ring. AJ has the belt in his hands as Foley slides in and hits him with a punch. Jarrett and Foley end up on the outside fighting with each other while Joe is in the ring climbing up to hang the belt and become the champion for a second time. Styles grabs a leg to keep him from making it and is finally able to pull him off. He lands on his knees and it looks bad. Somehow the belt landed around Styles' neck and he climbs up wearing it, but Joe grabs him and pulls him off. Forearm shots. Styles sends Joe flying through the ropes into both Jarrett and Foley. Styles Clash on Angle! Styles climbs up to hang the belt but Joe runs back in and POWERBOMBS Styles off. Joe has the belt but Angle runs up the belt on the other side. JOE HANDS THE BELT TO KURT ANGLE AND HE HANGS IT UP. JOE JUST HANDED THE VICTORY TO ANGLE ON A SILVER PLATTER. ANOTHER FUCKING VINCE RUSSO SWERVE.
The entire Main Event Mafia come out to applaud as Angle sits at the top of the ladder with the title belt. Tenay and West both act shocked. Tenay screams about the irony of Joe stabbing all the TNA legends and originals in the back just to be accepted into the Mafia. The PPV immediately goes off the air at 10:56 PM EST. Is the Nation of Violence now permanently disbanded? Is Mick Foley really a face in this whole thing after all? What will Jarrett and Styles do about it? Will Angle dominate the show again, and does this mean that he renewed his contract with TNA? I'd tell you to watch Impact next week to find out, but that's a tough call to make, since even a bad swerve at the end of a TNA PPV is still better than almost any episode of TNA Impact most weeks. Instead all I can say is stay tuned to AngryMarks.com and through news updates and/or Impact recaps we'll fill you in. If you choose to watch next Thursday because of me, don't blame me if the show sucks. Overall a thumbs in the middle PPV leaning slightly up but as so often happens the finish left a bad taste in my mouth.

06-22-2009, 12:53 AM
also candice michelle and sim snuka were released from wwe

netscape check two
06-22-2009, 03:50 AM
Former WWF star turned politician B. Brian Blair, age 52, was arrested today on several counts of child abuse following a 4 AM incident with two sons, 17 and 12.

According to an article in the St. Petersburg Times, Blair got into an argument with his oldest son, shoving and punching him before locking him what was described as a "choke" that left his son with trouble breathing. The 12 year old then ended up being choked by Blair as well. There is no word at this time what led up to the incident.

Authorities were called to Blair's residence and he was arrested at 5:12 AM. Blair is currently being held without bail, standard procedure in domestic violence cases.

Blair is best known for his tag team with Jim Brunzell, the masked Killer Bees, wrestling for several years in the 1980s-era WWF. Blair also wrestled in the Florida area. He retired several years ago after claiming back injuries in a fall at a restaurant, although he did one final New Japan tour after that incident.

Blair was elected Hillsborough County Commissioner in 2004. He did not win his bid for re-election earlier this year.

Most recently within the business, Blair become famous for being the victim of an Iron Sheik rant about breaking Blair's back and "making him humble." The Youtube sensation ended up leading to Sheik slapping Blair at the end of an Iron Sheik roast dinner in New Jersey, which all sides have played up as a shoot since.


netscape check two
06-23-2009, 11:55 PM
I kinda like this Miz/Cena feud. It puts somebody different into the main event picture, and it's kind of a unique storyline so far.

06-24-2009, 12:01 AM
hopefully they steal the show this sunday..
the way things are i can almost see the miz winning this.,,
rhodes an dibiase def beat the colon's this sunday..
no way y2j unmasks mysterio

06-26-2009, 08:31 PM
no way y2j unmasks mysterio
yeah not again lol!! remember mysterio lost his mask to him in wcw?
but yeah miz/cena is different from all the shit going on so maybe they'll give us a good show

Cee Oh Vee
06-26-2009, 09:55 PM
I want Jericho to turn face again! Only because his in-ring performance is so much better as a face. He delivers great promos too. The WWE are currently wasting Jericho's potential... Why don't they see this ?

Anyways; I'm a big Mysterio fan, but I'd like to see him unmasked. No homo.

Not because I haven't seen his face (the one on the front of his head, as opposed to kayfabe character), just because it would be cool.

Cee Oh Vee
06-26-2009, 09:59 PM
Also, John Cena needs to switch up his gimmick. I hate this current pseudo-marine crap.

He needs to turn heel. But it's too late for him to go back to his old hip hop gimmick, so I don't know what they'd do with him.

PS. I always forget about this thread. Any tips on making me remember it?

netscape check two
06-27-2009, 04:59 PM
Well this thread is stickied, so it shouldn't be too tough to find when you come into the Sports Zone. That might be one easy way to remember it.

I'd have to disagree with you on the Jericho thing. I prefer him as a heel, because I think his heel promos are more entertaining and his character overall.

Cee Oh Vee
06-27-2009, 05:04 PM
Well this thread is stickied, so it shouldn't be too tough to find when you come into the Sports Zone. That might be one easy way to remember it.

I'd have to disagree with you on the Jericho thing. I prefer him as a heel, because I think his heel promos are more entertaining and his character overall.

Hmm. Do you not remember when he first turned face, or even when he first came to the WWF as a heel? He was a lot better. Maybe it's just him going downhill ?

Anyway; what's the deal with John Morrison, now he's an example of a character who's better as a heel.

06-27-2009, 10:38 PM
monday night is jericho !!
always loved it when jericho said that,,
this cm punk jeff hardy match could steal the bash..
the miz better last more than 5 minutes against cena..
if not..
he could be the new santino..
or brooklyn brawler..

netscape check two
06-28-2009, 12:49 PM
Hmm. Do you not remember when he first turned face, or even when he first came to the WWF as a heel? He was a lot better. Maybe it's just him going downhill ?

Anyway; what's the deal with John Morrison, now he's an example of a character who's better as a heel.

Yes I remember. Jericho was solid as a funny heel back in WCW also.

06-28-2009, 10:54 PM
some results for the ones who cant see this cuz they r at work like me lol!!

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ECW Championship Scramble: champion "the Hardcore Legend" Tommy Dreamer vs. Christian Cage vs. "the All-American American" Jack Swagger vs. "the World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry vs. Fit Finlay
We're going to start out with Cage and Swagger, lock-up, Swagger backs Cage into the corner, but Cage reverses it. Swagger fights his way back out and knees Cage in the guts, clubs him in the back, headbutts him into the corner. Swagger lays in a few shoulder blocks to the midsection, punch to the head, whip off the ropes and Swagger tries to backdrop Cage, Cage slips out and slaps Swagger around a little. Do-si-do off the ropes, Swagger picks up Cage and plants him into the mat with a slam, cover and just a two count. Swagger with a wear-down hold, converting it into an abdominal stretch on the mat, then picking him up for a pump handle slam over the knees. Swagger puts Cage on the top turnbuckle, Cage fights him off and goes for a sleeper hold, Swagger tries to run backwards into the buckle to break it, Cage flips over the top but Swagger holds on with a front face lock, puts Cage in the corner and beats him up. Fans start up a "Lets Go Chris-tian" / "Lets go Swa-ger!" counter chant.
Count clocks down and Finlay is in next, he quickly takes out both Cage and Swagger with forearm shots, sends Swagger out of the ring and then focuses in on Cage, leg drop, cover and a two count. Finlay with a stiff short-arm clothesline, whips Cage into the corner, charges, Cage with a boot up and the corkscrew elbow out of the middle buckle, cover, two count. Swagger grabs Cage as he bounces off the ropes, pulls him out and lays him out. Finlay with a dropkick to Swagger's face as Jack tries to get into the ring, but Swagger thumbs Finlay in the eye, rolls him up, 1-2-3. Swagger is the current ECW Champion.
Swagger throws Finlay out of the ring, tries to whip Christian in, but Cage with a sunset flip, pin attempt, two count. Cage slams Swagger, hooks the leg, cover, two count. Swagger returns the slam, sending Cage out of the ring. Tommy Dreamer now enters, Cage tries for a dropkick on Dreamer, Dreamer ducks it. Dreamer with a bulldog on Swagger, ducks a clothesline from Cage, hits a power slam, cover, two count. A DDT for Swinger puts him back down, Cage is put into the Tree of Woe and Dreamer charges with the hesitation dropkick in the corner. Swagger is back up, this time Dreamer doesn't get to counter as Swagger throws him head-first into Cage's midsection, both men thrown out of the ring. Swagger steps out and throws Dreamer head-first into the ECW announcer's table, tries to do the same with Finlay, but Finlay counters by throwing Swagger into the ringpost. Finlay throws Swagger in, throws him into the ringpost again, Celtic Cross, knee in the face for the cover, 1-2-3. Fit Finlay is the current ECW Champion.
Cage and Dreamer recover and they double-team on Finlay, until Cage clotheslines Dreamer from behind. Cage climbs to the top turnbuckle, Dreamer cuts him off and climbs up as well. Swagger slides into the ring, Cage knocks Dreamer off the ropes, Swagger with a clothesline on Dreamer, then runs up, clubs Cage in the back and they trade blows. Count clocks down and it's Mark Henry coming out w/ Tony Atlas. Henry clotheslines Dreamer, runs over to Swagger/Cage fighting, hits them with the chain-double suplex and takes out Dreamer in the process. Swagger thrown out, Cage press slammed out of the ring, Finaly back in and eats a headbutt from Henry. Dreamer tries for a cross-body block off the top, Henry catches him, World's Strongest Slam, 1-2-3. Mark Henry is the current ECW Champion.
Finlay gets beat up more, Swagger runs in and gets beat up, Cage runs in and eats a headbutt. Swagger and Finlay team up to take out Henry's quad, Cage comes over to help and all three help to kick him out of the ring. Cage tries for an inside cradle on Finlay, two count. Finlay whips Cage into the turnbuckle chest-first, then suicide dive on Swagger to the outside. Three minutes left in the match, Dreamer with a dive on Henry, Cage with a dive on Dreamer, and everybody but Henry is now out on the outside of the ring, laid out. Henry climbs up the turnbuckles, going for a dive of his own?? No, Swagger runs in and takes him out from behind, Swagger with a moonsault off the middle buckle, hooks the leg, 1-2-3. Jack Swagger is the current ECW Champion.
2:10 left in the match, swagger is defending the ring, but Henry gets back to his feet and takes out Swagger from behind, Swagger hung up on the ropes and Henry with the guillotine legdrop on the ropes, SLIDES THROUGH THE ROPES!! Ouch! Cage gets in the ring and hits Swagger with the Killswitch, cover, Dreamer runs in and breaks it up with the DDT, cover, 1-2-3. Tommy Dreamer is the current ECW Champion. 1:10 left in the match, Swagger tries for a schoolboy on Dreamer, Finlay breaks it up, Finlay with a pin, Swagger and Cage break it up, 45 seconds left, Swagger covers Dreamer, two count. Finlay with a DDT on Swagger, Henry breaks it up. Henry covers Swagger, two count as Dreamer breaks it up. 10 seconds left, everybody tries for a pin at once, but nobody can get a clean pin in!
WINNER and STILL ECW Champion, Tommy Dreamer! We run the highlights, backstage Edge runs into Teddy Long's office and demands to be inserted into tonight's WWE World Heavyweight Championship match. Long frankly tells Edge that he's had his shot and he's not getting any help. Edge tells Long that he's going to be out of a job.
WWE Intercontinental Championship vs. Mask Match: champion Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio, Jr.
Mysterio's mask is on the line here, if he loses the match he gives up the mask. Todd Grisham & Jim Ross introduce us to the match as Mysterio comes out, then they run down the history of the feud. Jericho comes out next, heels the crowd, Charles Robinson your referee. We lock-up, Jericho tries to go for the mast, Mysterio fights him off into the corner, Jericho counters with a knee to the midsection, club in the back, then a side headlock, shouting, "C'mon Mysterio! C'mon 6-1-9! C'mon 6-1-9!" Mysterio whips Jericho off the ropes but eats a shoulder tackle from the champ, drawing boos from the crowd. Mysterio leapfrogs over Jericho, but Jericho with another kick to the midsection, Mysterio counters with a headscissor takeover from the middle rope, sends Jericho out of the ring, tries for a baseball slide that Jericho catches and slings Mysterio into the ringside barrier. OUCH! The ringside fans start a "Y-2-J! Y-2-J!" chant that he actually acknowledges, but the rest of the fans boo.
Jericho pulls Mysterio back into the ring, catapults him neck-first into the bottom rope, delayed vertical suplex, cover, two count. Jericho with a chinlock/armlock combination to wear Mysterio down, taunting him. Mysterio gets to his feet, elbows and kicks loose, but Jericho clubs him in the back again, plants him on the top rope, club to the back, climbs up and punches Mysterio in the back of the head before trying to rip the mask off. Mysterio elbows Jericho off the top turnbuckle, turns around, seated senton, bounces off the ropes and Jericho counters with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker over the knee, cover by the champion, two count only. Jericho kicks Mysterio in the back of the head, then drives him backwards into the corner before choking him with the boot, ref breaks it up. Jericho pulls him back up, drags him to the opposite corner and headbutts him into the turnbuckle, then walks off. Jericho with a baseball slide dropkick into Mysterio's side, sending him out of the ring.
Jericho reaches through the ropes to bring Mysteiro back in, tries to suplex him in over the ropes, Mysterio floats over, punches, whip off the ropes, Jericho serves up a knee to the face, dropkick to the face, cover and a hook of the legs, Mysterio barely kicks out. Jericho taunts Mysterio even more, grabs both arms and pulls them behind Mysterio's back. Mysterio back to his feet, kicks Jericho in the knees from behind, kick to the face, forearm smash, whip off the ropes, reversal, Mysterio holds on, Jericho charges, Mysterio pulls down the top rope and Jericho sails over the top, injuring his legs. Mysterio climbs to the top turnbuckle and hits a seated senton on Jericho outside of the ring, but Mysterio crashes and burns himself. Both men take a breather, slug it out, get back into the ring, Mysterio slingshots in with a cross-body block on Jericho, cover, two count.
Mysterio whips Jericho to the corner, reversal, Mysterio floats over, dropkicks Jericho head-first into the turnbuckle, goes back outside, springboards off one set of ropes, over to the second set into the moonsault on Jericho, covert, two count! Damn! Mysterio tries for another slingshot moonsault on Jericho, but Jericho catches him, plants him, cover and a two count. Jericho stomps on Mysterio a few times as Mysterio crawls to a corner. Jericho comes over and doles out some punches. Fans start a "6-1-9! 6-1-9!" chant. Jericho whips Mysterio into the corner, reversal and Jericho eats the buckle, staggers out, Mysterio with a moonsault off the top rope, cover, two count. Mysterio bounces off the ropes, tries for a flying legscissor, Jericho steps back, drops Mysterio on his face and then slaps on the Sharpshooter. Mysterio crawls for the ropes... Jericho tries to stop it, Mysterio gets the ropes though, referee breaks it.
Jericho charges Mysterio, Mysterio pulls down the top rope, Jericho sails over but holds onto the rope, Mysterio tries for the 6-1-9, Jericho ducks out of the way and counters with a clothesline from the apron. Jericho tries to climb to the top turnbuckle, Mysterio runs over, enziguri into the head, climbs up and goes for a hurracanrana off the top, Jericho holds onto the legs and instead turns it into a powerbomb! Jericho covers, puts his legs on the middle ropes, Mysterio kicks out! Ringside fans start another "Y-2-J! Y-2-J!" chant. Jericho tries for the Lionsault, Mysterio rolls out of the way, then a legscissor into a roll-up, two count. Mysterio with a drop toe hold on Jericho, sets up for the 6-1-9, Jericho counters with a airplane spin into a backbreaker, but Mysterio re-counters with a tornado DDT, cover, two count.
Both men take a moment to clear the cobwebs, Mysterio with kicks to the back of Jericho's legs, bounces off the ropes, tries for a cross-body block and Jericho counters with the Codebreaker. Mysterio looks DEAD! Jericho takes forever to go for the cover, hooks the leg... 1... 2... Mysteiro kicks out! Referee gets an earful from Jericho over the slow count. Jericho falls back on the ropes, takes a breather, then takes out some aggression on Mysterio with kicks to the back and some taunting. Jericho picks up Mysterio like a rag doll, Snake Eyes face-first into the turnbuckle. Jericho puts Mysterio up on the top turnbuckle, climbs up, delivers a pair of headbutts, climbs to the top turnbuckle, tries to toss Mysterio across the ring, Mysterio's feet hooks the ropes, Jericho falls to his back, Mysterio counters with a dropkick, goes for the 6-1-9 on the ropes, Jericho steps back and whips Mysterio into the Sharpshooter again!
Mysterio rolls under Jericho to break it, Jericho tries to pick him up, Mysterio floats over for a pin attempt, Jericho blocks it by sitting on Mysterio, Jericho goes for the pin, Mysterio flips him over, two count, Jericho flips him over, two count... JERICHO HAS THE MASK... MYSTERIO HAS A SECOND MASK ON! Jericho dropkicked into the ropes... 6-1-9 from Mysterio... slingshot splash off the ropes... cover... 1-2-3!
WINNER and NEW WWE INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION, Rey Mysterio Jr. We play the highlights from the match, then play the Trump/McMahon showdown from this past week's Raw that put Raw back in the hands of Vince McMahon. We then go back stage where Jericho demands an immediate rematch from WWE SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long. Long tells him he's denied, and says that next month will mark his 5th year as a WWE GM, the longest running GM in WWE history. He says he didn't get there by giving in to crybaby demands. Jericho threatens Teddy Long's job, and tells him to change his mind.
No DQ/No Countout Grudge Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. the Great Khali (w/ Rungen Singh)
Ziggler start off with punches, Khali tosses him across the ring, whips him into the corner, big chop to the chest out of the corner, Ziggler rolls around the mat. Khali whips him into another corner, Ziggler with a dropkick to the knee, puts Khali in the corner, leaps up and tries to lay in some punches, Khali throws him over the top outside of the ring, Khali injures his knees on the way down. Khali clotheslines Ziggler on the floor, another big chop to the chest, tries another and Ziggler ducks out of the way. Ziggler with a pair of dropkicks off the apron, goes for a third, Khali with another chop to the chest. "Hand like a skillet!" comments Grisham. Ross chimes in, "I got hit with a skillet once, second marriage, wasn't nice!" LOL
Ziggler grabs a chair and hits Khali in the knee a few times, hits a couple of chop blocks to the back of the knee, knee to the side of the head, cover, two count. Ziggler lays in punches and goes for a front face lock on Khali, even trying for a guillotine choke?? Fans start cheering for Khali, he pumps his fist, picks up Ziggler and just drops him face-first, followed by a clothesline and a kick to the face. Khali rallies the fans, sets up for a Khali Chop...
EXPLOSION!!! It's Kane! He's coming down to the ring! Ziggler uses the distraction to grab the chair and take out Khali's knee! Kane steps into the ring, Ziggler slides out of the way. Kane picks up the chair and cracks Khali over the back, then in the head, then to the back again as Khali goes down and eats a half-dozen chair shots to the body! Kane throws the chair aside and steps out of the ring, walks to the back. Ziggler slips in the ring, hooks the leg, 1-2-3.
WINNER: Dolph Ziggler. We replay Kane's attack on Khali. Backstage Mr. McMahon greets Teddy Long in his office, says he has come to apologize to Long for what he said on SmackDown this past week... until he heard Long gloating about his long tenure and says that he's accomplished "absolutely nothing!" McMahon tells Long that his predicessors including Mike Adamle and Eric Bischoff all made their marks, and Long had better do the same.

WWE Unified Tag Team Championship: champions Carlito & Primo Colon vs. Priceless (Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase, Jr.)
Before the match start, WWE SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long comes out and announces that he's making this a TRIPLE THREAT match... by adding the team of EDGE AND CHRIS JERICHO! Priceless tries to take advantage of this by attacking the Colons before the bell, but things settle down quickly.
Colons with the early offensive on DiBiase, quickly tagging off and on. DiBiase finally gets a jawjacker on Primo, Jericho blind tags himself in, Primo back drops him, and Rhodes gets a blind tag on Jericho, front face lock on Primo, tags in DiBiase, they trade blows, Primo gets the upper-hand with kicks, leg sweep, elbow drop, cover, two count. Carlito tags in and dropkicks DiBiase in the face as Primo leapfrogs him, cover, two count. Carlito with a reverse chinlock, then a sleeper on DiBiase. DiBiase gets to his feet, Carlito puts him in the corner, Primo tags in, punch to the face, whip off the ropes, Primo goes for a hip toss, DiBiaes blocks it, elbow to the face, forearm into Carlito's face, Rhodes tags in and takes over the attack on Primo. Whip off the rops by Rhodes, reversal, Primo eats another elbow to the face.
DiBiase tags in and double-armwringer into a clohtesline by Priceless. DiBiase tags in Primo, Carlito runs over to chase him off. Primo gets whipped chest-first into the corner by Priceless as Rhodes tags in. Edge and Jericho frustrated that they can't get a tag in, Priceless keeping the action in their corner of the ring. Rhodes with a snap mare into a chicken wing. Primo powers out, gets to his feet, chest to the midsection, Jaw Jacker, Rhodes rolls across the ring, Edge blind tags himself in, goes for a spear, Primo leapfrogs him, Edge runs into the opposite corner and DiBiase blind tags himself in. Snap mare on Primo, followed by a few elbow drops to the chest, cover, two count. Primo with a schoolboy, cover, two count. DiBiase runs down Primo with a knee to the face. Rhodes tags in, DiBiase hems him up and Rhodes with a standing dropkick into the face, cover, two count. Rhodes with a jackknife cover, two count.
Rhodes with kicks to the back of the head, then a head vice submission wrapping his legs around Primo's head and tilting the head sideways. Primo punches Rhodes in the face, flips him over for a pin, two count, Rhodes counters with a short-arm clohtesline, another cover and a two count. Rhodes picks up Primo, Primo with punches to the midsection, tries for a tag, Rhodes cuts him off with a thumb to the eye. Rhodes tries for some sort of submission over the back.. not sure what it is. Primo keeps wiggling around, Edge runs in and pulls Primo off, Rhodes gets in his face about it, returns to Primo, Primo kicks him off. Rhodes tags in DiBiase who cuts off Primo from the tag again, whip off the ropes, Primo with a kick to the chest then backdrrops DiBiase over the top rope. Rhodes jump off to roll DiBiase back in the ring then make a blind tag, Carlito tags in and hits a cannonball off the top, lays in punches, whip off the ropes, boot to Rhode's misection, kneelift, clothesline, whip off the ropes, reversal, Carlito nails the reverse springboard elbow, cover, DiBiase breaks up the pin, Primo dropkicks DiBiase out of the ring, Jericho runs in, codebreaker on Primo, Carlito throws him out, thorws Rhodes aside, tags Edge in the face, thorws Rhodes into the turnbuckle!
Carlito tries to pull Rhodes out of the corner, Rhodes holds onto the ropes, Edge blind tags in, Carlito with the Back Stabber, goes for the corner, referee refuses to count! Carlito gets up to complain, referee points out the legal man, Carlito turns around... SPEAR SPEAR SPEAR! Edge covers... 1... 2... 3
WINNER and NEW WWE UNIFIED TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS, EDGE AND CHRIS JERICHO! And with that, Chris Jericho becomes the first WWE wrestler to hold EVERY WWE title available to him during his run! He was already a WWE Grand Slam and Triple Crown Champion, he was only missing the WWE World Tag Team Championships... and now history has been made! And, ladies and gentlemen, I've been calling it for months!
Backstage Rhodes & DiBiase complain to WWE Champion Randy Orton about losing their titles, Randy Orton tells them that their loss is meaningless, it doesn't matter, Orton needs them for his match later tonight. DiBiase goes off on Orton, telling him he didn't sign up to be a lackey for him. Orton tells DiBiase that perhaps he made a mistake returning. DiBiase sarcastically wishes Orton good luck in his match tonight and storms off. Rhodes says he's going to go talk to DiBiase.
WWE Women's Championship: champion Melina Perez vs. Michelle McCool (w/ Alicia Fox)
Quick introductions for both women, bell rings, they charge for the lock-up, McCool with a knee to the midsectio and a club to the back, Perez fires back with forearm shtos to the face, bounces off the ropes, McCool tries for a choke slam but Perez blocks it, rolls up McCool, pin attempt. Perez is all over the place with the offense, clotheslines McCool, two count. Perez throws McCool onto the wropes, wraps an arm through the top rope and tries to snap it off, referee breaks it up. McCool counters with a dropkick to Perez's patella, then lays in with kicks to the knee. Perez tries to use her other leg to kick McCool off, but McCool with the ground 'n pound, cover, two count.
McCool grabs the injured leg and whips it around the ring a few times, then throws Perez into the corner, Perez stumbles on her injured knee and falls. McCool picks her up, wraps the knee around the middle rope and pulls, kicks the knee, Perez crumples. McCool slides outside, grabs the leg, slams it into the ringpost then the top of the stairs. McCool puts the foot between the steps and the ring, then kicks the steps. McCool drags Perez to the middle of the ring, cover, two count. McCool picks u Perez, tilt-a-whirl gutwrench powerbomb over the knee, then grabs Perez's injured leg and smacks her in the back of the head with it! McCool throws her down like a rag doll, Perez crawls off to the corner, McCool keeps up the kicks to the injured leg, backs up and tries for a Yakuza Kick, Perez side steps it, McCool is hung up in the ropes. Perez uses elbows but tries for a knee to the midsection and falls.
McCool follows up with a chop block to the back of the injured knee, tries to whip Perez off the ropes, Perez hangs on, uses kicks and elbows to block it. McCool puts Perez in the corner, Perez hangs on, McCool drags her out and tries for a powerbomb, Perez rolls out of it, dropkick to McCool's head, cover, two count. Perez limps up, McCool trips her, covers, two count. McCool drives Perez into the corner, sets her on the top turnbuckle, climbs up for a superplex, Perez punches her off, flies off the top with a cross body block, lands on the injured knee, goes for a cover, 1... 2... Alicia Fox grabs McCool's foot and plants it on the rope, points it out to the referee who stops the count. Perez dropkicks Fox in the face, but that allows McCool to pick up Perez and slam her to the mat, cover, two count.
McCool tries for the Faith Breaker (aka the Styles Clash if you watch TNA Wrestling), slams Perez to the mat, 1-2-3.
WINNER and NEW WWE Women's Champion, Michelle McCool! Second record-setting match tonight, Michelle McCool becomes the first person to hold both the WWE Divas Championship and the WWE Women's Championship. McCool celebrates on the ropes, then steps down on the floor as Alicia Fox raises her hand. Perez is laid out cold on the mat.
WWE World Tag Team Championship: champion CM Punk vs. Jeff Hardy
Punk is introduced first, showing two things: a) Jeff Hardy is being pushed as the babyface in this feud (even though Punk's done nothing to be a heel) and b) WWE likes ticking off the smarks who believe the champion should always be introduced last! *hehe* Hardy introduced next and he limps out to glad hand with the fans. Fans with a SOLID "HAR-DY! HAR-DY! HAR-DY!" chant that Punk just grins at.
Bell rings and both men work the crowd for the cheers for Hardy, we lock up, Punk powers Hardy into the corner, we're not getting a clean break here... at least not without argument from Punk, proving his point. Lock up again, Hardy with an aggressive side headlock, Punk powers out of it and reverses the headlock. Hardy shoots Punk off the ropes, Punk takes him down with a shoulder block. Both men back up, take their time, Punk with a go-behind for the reverse waistlock, Hardy reverses it, Punk looking for a counter goes for a simple elbow to the side of the head, into a hammer lock, hardy reverses it, side headlock into a takeover on the mat, pulls him back up into the side headlock. Punk shoots Hardy off, but Hardy holds on and puts the breaks on in the middle of the ring.
Punk gets to his feet, just overpowers Hardy, takes him down with his own side headlock takeover. Hardy gets up, shoots Punk off, and Punk with another shoulder tackle, fans boo it. Punk floats over Hardy, Hardy floats over Punk, and Punk tries for the Go To Sleep, Hardy wiggles out, rolls up Punk, two count. Hardy tris for the Twist of Fate, Punk blocks it, Hardy stumbles back to the ropes, Punk charges, Hardy backdrops him over the top to the floor and follows up with a slingshot cross-body block to the floor. Hardy pulls the steel ringsteps out, picks up Punk and throws him shoulder-first into the ringside barrier. Hardy steps back, launches himself off the steps for a leg lariat, Punk side-steps it and Hardy crashes into the ringside barrier. Punk rolls into the ring and tells the referee to start a countout. Punk runs over at five and distracts the referee, forcing the referee to stop the count for a moment. Punk takes a break in the corner, Hardy dives into the ring at 9 (thanks to an additional six second break). Punk quickly covers Hardy, two count as Hardy kicks out, holding his left leg.
Punk sits Hardy up and nails him with kicks and knees to the back, then wraps his legs around Hardy's head for a Figure Four Headlock (that's a move? Is that in the BBBOWM??) Punk rolls Hardy over, covers, two count. Punk picks up Hardy and nails a backbreaker over the knee, cover, hooks the leg, two count. Punk takes his time setting Hardy up, goes back to the Figure Four Headlock, shouting at Hardy, "Get up, Jeff! Get up!" Punk breaks it off, tries for a guillotine legdrop off the top rope, Hardy rolls out of the way and limps off to the corner. Punk recovers, charges, Hardy side-steps it and Punk eats the turnbuckle face-first! Hardy leaps off the corner with the Whisper 'O the Wind, goes for the cover, two count as Punk kicks out. Both men take their time getting to their feet, Hardy is up first, bounces off the ropes and clotheslines Punk, another clothesline, a third and then inverted Atomic Drop on Punk, followed by a split-leg dropkick to the midsection, cover, one...two... Punk kicks out.
Hardy picks up Punk in a front face lock, picks him up and front face slam into the mat. Hardy rolls under the ropes, climbs to the top turnbuckle, Punk rolls out of the ring, thinking he was avoiding the impact, Hardy steps down and runs across the apron to deliver a flying clohtesline on Punk! Hardy rolls Punk in, dropkick to the back sends Punk head-first into the corner. Hardy charges for the pendulum dropkick, Punk avoids it, tries for the GTS, Hardy holds the rope, Punk counters with a roundhouse kick, running knee to the face, and a bulldog out of the corner! Punk covers, but only gets a two count! Punk takes his time getting up, waits for Hardy to get to his feet, kick to the knee, kick to the othe rknee, roundhouse kick, paintbrus slaps, Hardy ducks the spinning backfist and counters with the Twist of Fate! Hardy peels off his shirt... climbs to the top turnbuckle... Swanton Bomb.... CRASH AND BURN as Punk rolls ut of the way!
Fans are calling for the GTS, but Punk takes his time getting to his feet, and then calls for the GTS. Punk picks up Hardy, Hardy slumps. Punk again picks him up, Hardy with the inside cradle, 1-2-KICKOUT and an angry CM Punk kicks Hardy in the back of the head, sets up for the GTS, Hardy wiggles out and hits a SECOND Twist of Fate, Punk lands near the corner. Fans explode as Hardy climbs to the top turnbuckle... SWANTON BOMB CONNECTS! Cover... 1... 2... 3!!
WINNER and NEW WWE WORLD ... NO! Referee says NO PIN! He says Punk's foot was UNDER the bottom rope! We hit the replay... and it was! But the referee counted three BEFORE he sees it, but he's correcting it now! Hardy is arguging with the referee, fans are booing... Punk is trying to pull himself up by the ropes. Referee informs Punk of his decision and is allowing him to get to his feet. Fans are ardently chanting for Hardy. Referee restarts the match, Hardy tries for another Twist of Fate, Punk counters with a GTS, Hardy wiggles out but inadvertently pokes Punk in the eye! Referee gives Punk time to recover. Hardy tries to come over several times to grab Punk, referee pushing him back... Punk is holding his hands over his eyes, referee turns around CM PUNK BLASTS THE REFEREE IN THE BACK WITH A KICK! Punk staggers backwards into the corner, holding his eye, unable to see what he just did! Referee pulls himself up, turns around, Punk realizes what happened and tries to claim innocence, but the referee calls for the DQ!
WINNER AS A RESULT OF A DISQUALIFICATION, Jeff Hardy! CM Punk retains the title! Fans start a "BULLSHIT! BULLSHIT!" chant, Punk tries to plead with the referee to restart the match, referee won't do it. Punk takes his title and leaves... Jeff Hardy rolls out of the ring, spins Punk around, they trade words, Punk tries to explain his eye, Hardy says Punk kicked the referee on purpose... and hauls off and hits Punk in the eye again! Hardy throws Punk into the ring and beats the hell out of him! Punk cowers up, trying to protect his eye! Referees run in to break up the fight, Hardy is getting all the cheers here even though he just attacked the injured champion! Hardy is finally restrained, another referee helps Punk to the back, Punk still holding his eye. Hardy holds the ring acting all pissed off as the fans cheer for him, finally leaves.

Backstage the Colons burst into Teddy Long's office to complain about inserting Edge & Jericho int the tag team match. Long says he knew that they were going to complain, but he was under pressure from Mr. McMahon to do something, and he's standing behind his decision. "Now you two can get to steppin'!" proclaims the GM! WORD! Carlito & Primo are not happy.
Elsewhere, Randy Orton is trying to call Cody Rhodes on his cellphone, gets the voicemail.
John Cena vs. Mike "the Miz" Mizanin
This should be a fun, short match, bell rings, and the fans start chanting for Cena. I lose all my video, I come back in time to see Cena trying to slam Miz, but Miz grabbing the ropes to break it and going on the offensive. Miz climbs to the top turnbuckle, double axehandle smash off the top on Cena's head! Miz coves, two count. Mizanin with a snap suplex, cover, two count. Mizanin drills Cena right in the eyes, kick to the side of the head, whips Cena into the corner chest-first and catches him with a clohtesline out of the buckle, cover and a two count. Cena targets the back of Cena's neck with a kneedrop, then charges across the ring with a baseball slide dropkick that sends Cena out of the ring. Mizanin tosses him back in, cover, two count.
Mizanin kicks Cena in the back of the head a few times, then pulls Cena up to drill him between the eyes a few more times. Cena blocks a punch and fires back with punches, whips Mizanin off the ropes, reversal, Cena nails Mizanin with a pair of clotheslines, ducks the wild punch by Mizanin and plants him with the side slam and... you know what time it is, kids! YOU! CAN'T! SEE! ME! BOOM! The Five Kunckle Shuffle... into the Attitude Adjustement... DELIVERED! Cena rolls Mizanin over, locks in the STF, Mizanin taps out!
WINNER: John Cena. Nope, you didn't miss much, it was a good piss break match, it went exactly as you wanted it to, this one was for the fans! Cena stands in front on Mizanin's face, turns around and wipes off his feet, he's done with this scrub!

Cee Oh Vee
06-28-2009, 10:55 PM

Shit, you almost killed me man!

06-29-2009, 12:07 PM
ppv sucked
edge an y2j tag champs..
wow..terrible move
diabase an rhoades was the logical choice..they shuda got the push
looks like the "legacy" wont be around much longer..
specially after that an teddy's disagreement with orton after the match

Cee Oh Vee
06-29-2009, 05:27 PM
I agree, it was pretty terrible; I didn't even bother to watch the Cena match, just skipped it.

The highlight of the night may well have been Edge and Jericho winning the tag titles. HOPEFULLY; they'll stay as a tag team for a while and potentially turn face.

I hope Teddy Long goes pretty soon, Mr. Mcmahon was right, he hasn't done anything for the whole time he's been there.

I expect RAW will be getting a new GM too?


06-29-2009, 08:17 PM
the match of the night was mysterio y2j..
it makes no sense for edge an y2j to get a tag title push..
u have to kind of think that this is a step down for each of them
both had been champ.
jericho just lost the int con title to mysterio
now they are in the sea of med-i-o-core midcarders..
legacy deserved the push

Cee Oh Vee
06-30-2009, 10:53 AM
I think they have different plans for Legacy, and I'm glad - Ted Dibiase has a future ahead of him, but he is in dire need of a good gimmick.

Cody Rhodes fails.

I really wanted Mysterio unmasked, but I knew it wouldn't happen.

06-30-2009, 11:20 AM
it happened in wcw already

Cee Oh Vee
06-30-2009, 11:24 AM
I know, and its funny how Vince said something like "we'll finally see your true identity". lol.

They seem to ignore that.

But no, I don't mean so I can see his face, it's just I want him to wrestle mask-less.

Also, I think what will bring WWE back to the top, and re-gain all its lost TNA fans is a re-established Cruiserweight division. What do you think?

06-30-2009, 11:42 AM
cruiserweight div will never happen..
where would they put it..
for cruiserweights now they have..tyson kid,even born,..??
what they need to do is get some more light on this tag div an thats the only reason i can see that y2j an edge became champs..
again cody an ted should of got the push
since orton talked up there group legacy being better than the horsemen,etc, than it is crucial for this stable to all own gold..
maybe they'll get a re-match when the million dollar man is gm on raw next week..
where the fuck has cryme tyme been..

06-30-2009, 12:24 PM
the wwe sometimes acts like wcw never happened

Cee Oh Vee
06-30-2009, 01:20 PM
cruiserweight div will never happen..
where would they put it..
for cruiserweights now they have..tyson kid,even born,..??
what they need to do is get some more light on this tag div an thats the only reason i can see that y2j an edge became champs..
again cody an ted should of got the push
since orton talked up there group legacy being better than the horsemen,etc, than it is crucial for this stable to all own gold..
maybe they'll get a re-match when the million dollar man is gm on raw next week..
where the fuck has cryme tyme been..

You fucking asshole! I wanted Mr. Mcmahon to reveal the new GM.

Are you Vince ?


Anyway; Tyson Kid and all those bitches are just Heavyweight wannabes, I don't see them as Cruiser.

Like Jeff, he's neglecting his high flying abilities. Wow, he jumps out of the ring and does a Swanton every so often. He's a faggot.

Hurricane. Did you see him on ECW last week ?

Cruiserweight is Hurricane.

06-30-2009, 05:45 PM
You fucking asshole! I wanted Mr. Mcmahon to reveal the new GM.

Are you Vince ?


maybe u should watch raw..
million dollah man's son revelead that last night....
there is a new gm every week..:spin:

Cee Oh Vee
06-30-2009, 06:11 PM
Yeah just watched it.

Shit's wack.

06-30-2009, 08:50 PM
wasnt there a ted dibiase , back in the day , the million dollar man ?

Cee Oh Vee
07-01-2009, 10:29 AM
^ Yes, the Ted DiBiase I'm talking about is his son.

Wow, I just thought, next Monday when the Million Dollar Man is 'host', do you think he will have some kind of altercation with his son?

netscape check two
07-01-2009, 06:47 PM
wasnt there a ted dibiase , back in the day , the million dollar man ?


07-07-2009, 11:04 AM
edge out the rest of the year???
john cena's new gear makes him look like he's a john dear salesmen...

netscape check two
07-07-2009, 05:09 PM
R.I.P. to Waldo von Erich.


Tahj Theory
07-09-2009, 03:32 AM
I really wanted Mysterio unmasked, but I knew it wouldn't happen.
it happened in wcw already
Yeah it happen in WcW and right after Rey became mad badass they gave him a big push he knocked off Kevin Nash, Bam Bam, and even pulled off a heavyweight title shot against Ric Flair...I would like to see Rey wrestle without his mask again it would force him to switch his style like before..
Also, I think what will bring WWE back to the top, and re-gain all its lost TNA fans is a re-established Cruiserweight division. What do you think?
The WWE to me needs acouple things...a reworked cruiserweight division, the dropping of that weird-ass diva title, a better tag-team division, and new wrestling-skilled wrestlers not jus crowd-pleasers they have enough of those...I would really love to see some wrestlers back who can really wrestle like D'Lo Brown, Elijah Burke, Marcus CorVon, Kevin Thorn...they had good talent but released them not sure why...and there's alot of good talent out there that WWE is over-looking...I also feel Vince should jus pass the torch to Shane already I think he'll do a better job since he's more hands-on and was a legit wrestler....

07-09-2009, 03:55 AM
I think they were going to push the tag team titles with Y2j and Edge being champions, but now with Edge injuied and likely out fo the rest of the year who knows what they will do, hopefully they still ty to build tag teams back up lie back in the day.

Cee Oh Vee
07-09-2009, 12:46 PM
WWE seriously need to quit these anti-climaxes.

I wait all fucking week for ECW - just to see Sheamus, and they don't even put him on!

Sheamus seems to be the best in ECW right now, he's Finlay x10.

07-09-2009, 03:25 PM
I think wwe needs to bring managers back to help get some wrestlers over, for example, Shelton is the best wrestler when it comes to ring skills; however, he lacks mic skills, so imagine if he had lets say a Paul heyman doing the talking for him

Tahj Theory
07-09-2009, 04:51 PM
^^ yeah mangers would be cool...but Vince is cheap he doesn't wanna hire those guys

netscape check two
07-09-2009, 08:57 PM
What's been going on in TNA lately? Samoa Joe with the Main Event Mafia now?

netscape check two
07-09-2009, 08:58 PM

Cee Oh Vee
07-10-2009, 09:46 AM

lol @ tna.

07-10-2009, 10:43 AM
What's been going on in TNA lately? Samoa Joe with the Main Event Mafia now?

Yeah lol, thank God Sting is outta there, now Kevin Nash needs to turn face and everything is right with the world again LOL

07-10-2009, 11:03 AM
sting does not make a good heel to me

07-10-2009, 11:29 AM
sting does not make a good heel to me

That's because whenever people see him they cheer. Doesn't matter what he does, it's all good lol

07-10-2009, 11:36 AM
sting's best heel run was when he was a horsemen 4 a month..
wwe has tried the mngr thing..
its not to long ago tony atlas was in the corner of the world's strongest man mark henry..
couple years ago shelton benj mom was his mngr
i think the only one left is kali's mngr
i highly doubt they will ever be able 2 repliacte the days of fuji and bobby the brain
but i would love 2 see them try an do it..

07-10-2009, 12:08 PM
are yall serious, pssshahaha

netscape check two
07-10-2009, 07:16 PM
Are you serious?

07-10-2009, 07:28 PM
I love TNA lol, just cuz all the oldies are there, Sting, Nash, Booker, Steiner and some other people lol

Cee Oh Vee
07-10-2009, 07:52 PM
TNA is terrible. Storylines are dry, oh wait, there's only one; Main Event Mafia.

Acting is shit, even the ex-WWE Superstars' acting somehow gets worse when they go to TNA.

Ring makes wrestling limited. Commentary is horrible to listen to.

It's just rubbish.

netscape check two
07-10-2009, 08:24 PM
There are better wrestling matches in TNA than the WWE.

07-11-2009, 01:22 AM
i agree but some of their story lines arent that good.

netscape check two
07-11-2009, 02:18 AM
The WWE has had some real terrible storylines over the years too such as Kane having sex with a dead girl, Mae Young giving birth to a hand, and The Undertaker 'killing' Hassan(The WWE killing his wrestling career and one of the most interesting storylines around that time).


netscape check two
07-11-2009, 02:40 AM

07-11-2009, 08:29 PM
omg!! thats crazy stupid shit wwe comes up with lol!! but i'm saying right now. i love the tna matches but sometimes their backstories make me change the channel and forget wut i was watching, lol!!

07-12-2009, 07:31 PM
seth green guest gm on raw this monday

07-12-2009, 08:32 PM
really? wtf?

Cee Oh Vee
07-13-2009, 01:36 PM
Who is seth green please.

Cee Oh Vee
07-14-2009, 03:27 PM
I just saw Monday Night Raw.

Best Raw in months.


07-14-2009, 05:37 PM

90 min RVD Interview July 10th


07-14-2009, 08:37 PM
I just saw Monday Night Raw.

Best Raw in months.


the santino spot was the best
6 diva match was the only other highlite..

Cee Oh Vee
07-15-2009, 10:44 AM
^ You weren't watching properly.

No wrestling fan watches the diva matches. lulz.

07-15-2009, 11:04 AM
so u dont like diva's in swimsuits ..?
the only match on raw that lasted more than 5 minutes was the swagger mvp match..

Cee Oh Vee
07-15-2009, 04:58 PM
Not my type of women ^

The main event was epic.

netscape check two
07-15-2009, 05:36 PM
Seth Green in the Main Event? lol Rey Mysterio looked like The Great Khali compared to him.

07-15-2009, 06:47 PM
Not my type of women ^

The main event was epic.

i quess ur an awesome kong type o person'
something "epic" would be someone other than trips,cena,or orton holding the belt..

netscape check two
07-16-2009, 03:18 AM
By the way, I think the whole 'Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior' DVD is on you tube in parts, in case you haven't seen it already.


07-16-2009, 07:41 PM
Bobby Lashley signed with TNA


-Noble Scity-

07-17-2009, 10:50 AM

netscape check two
07-17-2009, 12:25 PM
I watched the whole Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior thing. It wasn't as good as I though it would be. I just thought there would be more info on there that I didn't already know about. And it's just a lot of constant bashing, and you can tell some of the people were probably paid extra to say negative things about him. I'm not saying he doesn't deserve heat for the way he handled things, and the stuff he has said, but still.

netscape check two
07-17-2009, 12:29 PM
Mark Henry getting a big face push lately?

Cee Oh Vee
07-17-2009, 02:06 PM
^ Stupid, I know.

07-17-2009, 10:02 PM
henry def deserves the push..
he's come a long way since his days as sexual chocolate..

netscape check two
07-17-2009, 10:04 PM
I'm glad to see Henry getting a push also. And it's been a while since he's been a face, so that's unique too.

07-17-2009, 10:10 PM
i quess ur an awesome kong type o person'


Cee Oh Vee
07-18-2009, 07:42 AM
^lol I didn't even see that post.

I like bigger and more curvaceous women than the WWE Divas. But not THAT big.

TNA Knockout. Literally.

07-18-2009, 05:34 PM
does anyone have some of these? i have two i got them lol


Dirty Knowledge
07-18-2009, 07:44 PM


07-18-2009, 11:39 PM

Dirty Knowledge
07-19-2009, 01:09 AM

la parka!!

07-19-2009, 11:34 AM
does anyone have some of these? i have two i got them lol


those r dope!!!
victory road 2night..wonder how they'll use lashley ..
zz top quest hosting raw tmrw..

netscape check two
07-19-2009, 12:21 PM
I think ZZ Top is a bad choice for guest gm of Raw. This isn't 1987.

07-19-2009, 02:29 PM
they must be performing someone's new theme song./.

07-20-2009, 06:42 PM
so Jeff jarrett is fucking Kurt angels ex wife

07-20-2009, 08:17 PM
really? wtf?

07-20-2009, 09:18 PM
yeah and am hearing kurt might leave TNA is jeff stays in power

07-20-2009, 09:28 PM
wow thats crazy lol!!

07-20-2009, 11:13 PM
the highlight of victory road was taz coming out @ the end of the joe/sting match..
it's nice to see more gold on the main event mafia..
something legacy has yet 2 do..
i think they will though this sunday..
this could be the ted face turn..
specially if y2j comes down without a tag partner this sunday..
santino with zz top 2night on raw was good @ times..
other than that i cant speak highly on 2nites raw again other than mark henry was over with the crowd..

07-20-2009, 11:51 PM
I thought raw tonight was wack. ZZ top sucked as GM, and so far all the gm's have been face, and it will stay that way next week with Shaq as GM

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 08:42 AM
Oh my. I can't believe Tazz's traitorous acts!

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 08:46 AM
And what was Booby Lassley saying in the promo?

I didn't watch the whole thing.

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 01:04 PM
Monday Night Raw:

The highlight (fight) of the night was the 6-man tag-team match. Had me all excited and shit.

But why has the WWE made Big Show so powerful and untouchable, because he never used to be like that.

When he was walking up the ramp after the match with everyone laid out on the mat, I thought back to his recent feud with Cena, and how Cena struggled so much.

Remember their US Championship match back at Wrestlemania XX? The Doctor of Thuganomics beat his ass down.

Also, I apologise for my whiny tone used in this thread. It's just, there is an apparent decline in Pro Wrestling... and I just can't let go.

We love you WWE, even though you're fucking shit!

07-21-2009, 01:49 PM
show also lost 2 cena this year @ extreme rules and judgement day..
if show wins this sunday..expect mark henry to start a fued w/him..
if he looses i really dont knw what direction wwe could go with him..
but show also is is the only man in history to win the WWE, WCW, and ECW Championships.

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 02:00 PM
I know he lost to Cena, but he also won, a lot more.

I agree, I'm expecting a Mark Henry/Big Show feud, if not, hopefully they release him. He's the most boring and overrated waste of (a lot of) space in WWE.

07-21-2009, 08:14 PM
here's a good link 2 see big show's career

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 08:19 PM
I know his career. He's made accomplishments, but you have to remember it's all storyline, they could make The Brian Kendrick achieve all the same shit.

He's a really terrible athlete.

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 08:23 PM
John Cena's better days; John Cena vs. Eddie Guerrero - Street Fight.


I love this match.

07-21-2009, 08:24 PM
"the" brian kendrick..
u fuckin kiddn me right..
u think they could make him basically pull off being the next andre..?
cause that's what he has been geared toward his entire career..
now..kane vs kahli..that's a storyline..

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 08:27 PM
"the" brian kendrick..
u fuckin kiddn me right..
u think they could make him basically pull off being the next andre..?
cause that's what he has been geared toward his entire career..
now..kane vs kahli..that's a storyline..

I'm not talking about his gimmick. I'm talking about his accomplishments. I.e. Wins and Championships.

Yeah, Kane vs. Khali is a good feud, but they need a storyline.

That's another one of WWE's current problems, lots of feuds, no storylines to back them up.

netscape check two
07-21-2009, 08:29 PM
Khali is a terrible wrestler.

Cee Oh Vee
07-21-2009, 08:32 PM
Along with Big Show, and his 'spear'.


netscape check two
07-21-2009, 08:34 PM
Yeah, but at least the Big Show knows how to take hits. Khali hasn't even learned how to do that yet. He doesn't even move.

07-22-2009, 09:12 AM
anyone watch ecw last night?

Cee Oh Vee
07-22-2009, 10:44 AM
Yeah. The main event was a fucking talk show. Wack shit.

07-22-2009, 11:19 AM
I missed it and wtf

Cee Oh Vee
07-22-2009, 11:31 AM
Watch it here.


It's a good website, you can watch all Pro Wrestling in the sports sections, TNA, WWE, ROH, everything.

That's where I watch WWE.

07-22-2009, 11:33 AM

Cee Oh Vee
07-22-2009, 11:36 AM
If that link doesn't work for you, go back to the main sports section page and pick any of the others, just look at the date.

07-22-2009, 07:32 PM
has one1 checked this out yet?
WWE Allied Powers The World's Greatest Tag Teams

cant wait to check out The Rise and Fall of WCW

Soul Controller
07-22-2009, 08:10 PM
kendrick and paul london kicked ass.. what happened to london

london n kendrick from R O H rapes anything they ever did or will do in WWE

all fights with london from R O H will rape any WWE main event

Cee Oh Vee
07-22-2009, 08:54 PM
has one1 checked this out yet?
WWE Allied Powers The World's Greatest Tag Teams

cant wait to check out The Rise and Fall of WCW

I saw some of the Tag Team thing. It was pretty cool from what I saw.

netscape check two
07-22-2009, 09:36 PM
How is the Macho Man DVD?

netscape check two
07-22-2009, 09:37 PM
kendrick and paul london kicked ass.. what happened to london

london n kendrick from R O H rapes anything they ever did or will do in WWE

all fights with london from R O H will rape any WWE main event

London was let go from the WWE about a year or two ago.

Cee Oh Vee
07-22-2009, 10:00 PM
WWE Allied Powers The World's Greatest Tag Teams Full DVD:


07-22-2009, 10:44 PM
^ thanx 4 the link
the macho man dvd is def worth having in your collection/./.

07-23-2009, 10:59 AM
thank u

Soul Controller
07-23-2009, 01:04 PM
London was let go from the WWE about a year or two ago.

peace check,.

london was a better wrestler, and him and kendrick where given a push in the wwe tag titles on smackdown.. so what happened? i gave up on wwe.. lol only got back into it when cm punk beat hardy :D

punk is like an anti hero.. im loveing his feud/dialogue exchanges with hardy.. and the crowed being silent.. just hope he dont turn heel quiet yet...

07-23-2009, 02:11 PM
umm your too late punk is a heel

07-23-2009, 02:14 PM
umm your too late punk is a heel

he is a better heel then face imo

Soul Controller
07-23-2009, 07:09 PM
punk isnt heel. he spits truth.. the crowd hate him for spitting truth., true he has come across like a heel.. cos he didnt shake morrisons hand.. n the week before he got morrison after the bell.. but thats not HEEL,. his character is still FACE,, their teaseing with the heel change..

punk is not heel.. check his old character... he spits the same talk.. he will turn heel tho,. but it wont be till he looses his belt

he is a smart face.

07-23-2009, 07:39 PM
punk isnt heel. he spits truth.. the crowd hate him for spitting truth., true he has come across like a heel.. cos he didnt shake morrisons hand.. n the week before he got morrison after the bell.. but thats not HEEL,. his character is still FACE,, their teaseing with the heel change..

punk is not heel.. check his old character... he spits the same talk.. he will turn heel tho,. but it wont be till he looses his belt

he is a smart face.

cm punk is a hell and he should be. he looks like an asshole . I read that at a autograph signing he was a complete asshole. I beleive it.

Soul Controller
07-23-2009, 08:46 PM
he kicked ass as a heel in roh.. i cant wait till he becomes one again.. but his character is much more complex than straight heel/face

i guess hipocrits will see him as a heel.. and people who dont live a 'straight edge' lifestyle lol
i smoke bud n drink.. i love him even more.. morales n values.. but the public hate that.. lol

07-23-2009, 11:10 PM
who saw tna tonight?

07-24-2009, 03:03 AM
i did

Cee Oh Vee
07-24-2009, 07:15 AM
Tonight's SmackDown:


07-24-2009, 08:16 PM
who will be jericho's tag partner??
consider this..he has not been wearing the belts at all since edge was injured

Cee Oh Vee
07-24-2009, 08:18 PM
Hopefully some one epic. Who turns him face.

Nah I'm just dreaming with that. I dunno - maybe there will be a return of someone.

Oh and by the way... Jesse, AY KAY AY, Jam Master Jesse IS SMACKDOWN.

07-24-2009, 08:26 PM
nah jim ross is smackdown..!!
but really...i really hope dolph is not in line 2 be y2j's partner

Cee Oh Vee
07-24-2009, 08:29 PM
I hope not either. That would be a wack tag team.

At last we can agree on something. :)

07-24-2009, 08:34 PM
i really think cody will turn on ted such as cody did to hardcore holly..
making jericho the newest mem of legacy..
heat heat heat..they would get..
nah..im buggin..

Cee Oh Vee
07-24-2009, 08:36 PM

Legacy is for second or more generation Superstars!

netscape check two
07-24-2009, 08:47 PM
Lance Cade will be Jericho's new tag team partner.

Cee Oh Vee
07-24-2009, 08:50 PM
What the fuck. You serious ?

07-24-2009, 09:59 PM

netscape check two
07-24-2009, 11:33 PM

---Ric Flair Trashes Bret Hart On Canadian Radio
During an appearance on the Live Audio Wrestling radio show in Canada, Ric Flair sounded off on fellow WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart, saying:

"He is a pissant in the history of wrestling. He has the nerve to compare himself to me. Let's get realistic. If you put Bret Hart in your left hand and me in your right hand, compare the career...who is he? I wrestled everybody in the business, for an hour each night. Harley Race, Dory Funk, Jack and Jerry Brisco, who is Bret Hart? He is a legend in his own mind. He lives in his own little world...he screws his own family around. Who is Bret Hart? In my world he is a nobody!"

The bad blood between the two apparently began in 2005 when Bret referred to Flair as "the most overrated guy in the history of the business."

Cee Oh Vee
07-25-2009, 12:02 AM
And Bret Hart is right.

He is overrated, and he gained like a 80% increase in fans... AFTER HE RETIRED.

Bahahahah!! That tells you something.

I hate him. The trashy piece of rubber.

07-25-2009, 01:07 AM
ric flair is great as he was, has nothing on the hit man who by the way is undefeated vs stone cold, and Goldberg

I would love to see Shelton be Y2J's partner, but the plan with Shelton is to have him win a bunch of matches in WWECW, and then have him get a push on raw, or smackdown

I say his partner is going to be HBK that be kind of a shock

07-25-2009, 11:13 AM
i think its gonna be chris masters...since he just resigned with wwe

ric flair did alot for wrestling but bret hart is probably the greatest pure wrestler ever.

07-25-2009, 11:14 AM

07-25-2009, 11:27 AM
the wwe is not really pushing young talent like they should be, and Orton, and the game have been in the same feud for too long now

07-25-2009, 11:29 AM
matter fact let me state my case as to why i think vince is a bigot.

who was the last black or hispanic champion that mattered?

no not lashley, he was the ecw champion and belt that means absolutely nothing since rhyno is the true(and final)ecw champion.

booker t? maybe if it wasnt for the king booker bullshit which vince made him do because it amused him.

the last hispanic champion was the late great eddie gurrero..way back in 2004/05.

dont even get me started on the asian guys(tho i like that yoshi tatsu cat)

funaki is a great wrestler and so is wang yang but the get jobbed out more that the brooklyn/boston brawler who is in fact a jobber/trainer

now r-truth wo is very over with the fans probably wont even get a IC title shot and now this pretty ricky shit is dumb as hell too

cryme time-tho i think their gimmick is tired as hell and im tired of that fucking stereotype, they do it well and are also very over with the fans. they have been in the wwe for almost 4 years now and have gotten one title shot.

shelton does things in the ring that havent been seen in the wwe cus vince wont aloow it, HHH put him over twice in 2003(i think) and they dropped the ball on him
tho undertaker won the 3 or so matches the had in 2007/08, taker put him over..ball dropped again.

even on the womens side, i honestly dont remember the last black womens champion they had. gail kim(who is very sexy by the way) will be the only asain woman since vince has said we already have one asian diva so we dont need two which is why angela fong will most likely be stuck in FCW or end up going to ROH or TNA.

anyway my rant is done and if u agree. cool if not thats cool too.

07-25-2009, 11:38 AM
shelton looked really good vs the undertaker, and showed he can hang with the so called main eventers sure his mic skills need work, but I think they have miss used him too, and lets not forget about the great match him and HBK had a few years back

07-25-2009, 11:40 AM
ray was the last Hispanic champion they had, but he only got the title because Eddie died, and they knew they could get a story line out of it

07-25-2009, 11:40 AM
ric flair is one of the greatest wrestlers in history..
hands down best on the mic
u never see matches go an hour 2day
let me put up 4 fingers an go woooooooooooooooo!!!
i prefer the hitman w/the anvil rather than solo..
that was a great fuckin tagteam
the promo's were there as well..
i figured masters would already debut'd but that is a good call bronze...
shelton also would be a good fit for jericho ..
legacy needs to win gold 2 have this faction make more creditbility..

07-25-2009, 11:44 AM
shelton looked really good vs the undertaker, and showed he can hang with the so called main eventers sure his mic skills need work, but I think they have miss used him too, and lets not forget about the great match him and HBK had a few years backyeah i forgot about that match. great match right there

ray was the last Hispanic champion they had, but he only got the title because Eddie died, and they knew they could get a story line out of itrey was champ for awhile wasnt he? forgot all about that too.

07-25-2009, 11:46 AM
is anyone getting night of champions?

07-25-2009, 11:47 AM
matter fact let me state my case as to why i think vince is a bigot.

who was the last black or hispanic champion that mattered?

no not lashley, he was the ecw champion and belt that means absolutely nothing since rhyno is the true(and final)ecw champion.

booker t? maybe if it wasnt for the king booker bullshit which vince made him do because it amused him.

the last hispanic champion was the late great eddie gurrero..way back in 2004/05.

dont even get me started on the asian guys(tho i like that yoshi tatsu cat)

funaki is a great wrestler and so is wang yang but the get jobbed out more that the brooklyn/boston brawler who is in fact a jobber/trainer

now r-truth wo is very over with the fans probably wont even get a IC title shot and now this pretty ricky shit is dumb as hell too

cryme time-tho i think their gimmick is tired as hell and im tired of that fucking stereotype, they do it well and are also very over with the fans. they have been in the wwe for almost 4 years now and have gotten one title shot.

shelton does things in the ring that havent been seen in the wwe cus vince wont aloow it, HHH put him over twice in 2003(i think) and they dropped the ball on him
tho undertaker won the 3 or so matches the had in 2007/08, taker put him over..ball dropped again.

even on the womens side, i honestly dont remember the last black womens champion they had. gail kim(who is very sexy by the way) will be the only asain woman since vince has said we already have one asian diva so we dont need two which is why angela fong will most likely be stuck in FCW or end up going to ROH or TNA.

anyway my rant is done and if u agree. cool if not thats cool too.

great points..
kofi has been getting a strong push as of late..
hopefully he retains gold this sunday

07-26-2009, 08:11 PM
is anyone getting night of champions?

big show y2j's partner..

07-26-2009, 08:39 PM
big show y2j's partner..

I know what a Big Let Down

wwe failed with this one they need new writers

07-26-2009, 09:20 PM
damn..big show?? i mean i like big show, i met him and hes a nice cat but big show???

great job on this one creative...u dropped tha ball again.

and is it me or is the IC title starting to get its prestige back..back in the days the IC belt was jast as and if not more important that the wwe belt. they had some great fueds for it back in tha day. steamboat and savage mr perfect ultimate warrior rick rude greg valentine etc.

Dirty Knowledge
07-26-2009, 09:32 PM

Ya'll that's a 100% certifiable reliable stream.

07-26-2009, 11:00 PM
3 title changes..

Dirty Knowledge
07-26-2009, 11:01 PM
PPV was solid.
shitted on Victory Road.
couple of solid matches, couple of good ones, no true classic matches but punk/hardy lived up. the 3way WWE Title was a pretty damn good match as well considering cena was in it. not a shitty ending, but an iffy 1. ziggler / rey was solid, people dont sleep on zigz.

07-26-2009, 11:30 PM
zig will win a title soon I think

Dirty Knowledge
07-26-2009, 11:33 PM
hopefully they stick with the rey zig feud maybe at Ss he gets it.

07-27-2009, 11:33 AM
solid ppv
im glad they had the zig/rey match so late in the show..
it would be interesting to see how long show/y2j keep the belts
i really think legacy should have them just 2 make the faction more creditble
but if show an y2j do hold on to them till edge ceoms back..this could set up the reunion of christian an edge in tag team comp..

07-27-2009, 12:04 PM
hmmm never thought about that, but still disappointed in the choice of the big show. zig looked good yesterday, so we can expect a push for him. the only think I did not like about the ppv (besides Big Show being Y2J's partner) was Punk losing. something tells me Cody, and ted will never win the tag team titles, and we will soon see a ted face change, and a feud with Cody, and then randy

Cee Oh Vee
07-27-2009, 12:32 PM
I haven't seen it yet, but it already sounds wack.

Big Show and Jericho? Maaaan!

07-27-2009, 12:34 PM
yeah I think everyone felt that way (even Big Shows family) WWE dropped the ball with that one

07-27-2009, 01:16 PM
show even changed his outfit for the occasion..
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