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Old 09-19-2008, 07:39 PM   #1681
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Messaege To McMahon - Paul Heyman's Got Some Good Advice For WWE!



An audience of one

THERE is going to come a time, and it needs to be sooner rather than later, when the professional wrestling industry realises we've reached that dreaded recurring period in history.


That time when one generation is moving on to other forms of entertainment and a new generation needs to be enticed to sign on and join the "sports entertainment fan" culture.

When the era of the territorial local stars gave way to the Hulkamaniacs, a new generation of fans replaced the older ones.

When the Hulkamaniacs started chasing girls or went off to college, the new era of Attitude and nWo and ECW came into vogue.

When that genre of sports entertainment ran its course, some of the fans stayed on, and a different crowd, attracted by new hot young stars like John Cena replenished the ranks.

That's why Cena is such a polarising figure with today's crowd.

Half the audience - who were probably fans in the pre-Cena era - hate him.

The other half, a younger crowd probably lured into watching the product specifically because of new characters like Cena, think he's the embodiment of a new generation of professional wrestling.

That's the generational divide, and it's now even affecting the Cena crowd.

WWE is especially at the crossroads. Their United States PPV revenue has not grown by any noticeable margin and while the international PPV, live event, and merchandising sales have picked up the slack, the core product itself has grown terribly stale.

Raw, for example, is just an over-produced, plodding show. Even the good episodes tend to drag right now.

This is not a knock on the "PG-themed" WWE. The days of dangerous stunts and unprotected chair shots are over, especially in a concussion-conscious, post-Benoit pro wrestling industry.

Yes, believe it or not, this Extreme Promoter understands the limitations in today's environment of the style he popularised.

However, that doesn't mean the show can't be fast-paced and exciting to watch.

Nothing feels young and vibrant. Even Ted DiBiase Jnr and Cody Rhodes, who are in their early 20s and are already fantastic in their roles, have haircuts and ring attire that can be worn by people in their mid-30s.

Randy Orton? Best young talent in the industry today, and yet if he were 40 years old, he'd wear the same clothes and style.

Even when WWE ushers in a youth movement, it's negated by the fact that no one in WWE appears to be playing to a younger audience.

The reason is because too many people inside the organisation are not concerned with the reaction of the ticket buying crowd, they're instead trying to solely appease WWE chairman Vince McMahon.

A few years ago, Vince came to the creative team and said: "What band should open WrestleMania?"

none of them that would help brand WWE as being on the cutting edge.

When I suggested System Of A Down, only one other member of the creative team even knew the band I was suggesting.

I would submit to you that if WWE wants to attract a new generation of fans, they need to understand what's moving pop culture today, and who is on the horizon for tomorrow.

In the same light, how is a roomful of people who only understand what it takes to avoid Vince's irritability going to pitch ideas that break through today's Attention Deficit Disorder viewing habits?

How is a group that as a whole is trained to shift gears the moment Vince doesn't relate to the concept going to be able to introduce a new, youth-oriented movement?

If WWE wants to truly shake up the system, here's a suggestion...

Find three people within the ranks who can identify with today's youth, or who at least keep up to date on the trends.

If someone says "The Jonas Brothers are hot," show them the door.

The Jonas Brothers may get 17 gazillion views on their MySpace or Facebook pages, but they don't appeal to a male audience.

What would it hurt for Vince to sit down with Rey Mysterio and say: "Come back to me in a week with an outline for the top three storylines all the way to Royal Rumble."

How can it be bad for Vince to offer someone like The Miz, who obviously keeps his finger on the pulse of today's contemporary beat, and offer him a small bonus to come with new ideas for names, instead of this moronic, counter-productive movement to rip-off other genres like Kenny Dykstra and Dolph Diggler.

Why not go out on a limb and try some creativity and unique branding so the audience can really get behind someone as their own?

Is it inconceivable that Cody Rhodes or John Morrison would have some suggestions on how to spruce up a new persona with some creative fashion designs?

Once Vince gets some ideas from Rey or the Miz or whomever, then he can take these ideas to the creative team and challenge them, indeed charge them with embellishing on the new, youthful, non-traditional concepts.

The problem is that WWE, from the conception to the implementation of all ideas is in a rut because everything is based on AN AUDIENCE OF ONE.

And that "one" is Vince McMahon.

Get some ideas from people who don't know what Vince likes and doesn't like and you may just get an opinion that shakes up the system.

Otherwise how is the current stagnant product going to evolve into a fun commodity to watch and follow and spend money on?

What's the catalyst that's going to usher in some new wave of WWE Universe-friendly fandom? Everything in the current system is "in the box".

Time to go outside that box, rope in some really radically different, exhilarating concepts and pour that WWE magical promotional formula all over it...

And end this era of the yawnfest that has now become today's product.
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What are people's thoughts on Evan Bourne? I don't get to watch ECW much, but I've seen him more on Raw lately, and I think he's a good wrestler. Rey Mysterio and him make an entertaining tag team. And once again Charlie Haas continues his weekly impersonation of another WWE wrestler/character. lol

That was funny when that new Dolph Diggler guy kept introducing himself to everyone. lol That's Nicky from the Spirit Squad I heard, right?
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Vince should have never fired Paul Heyman. He is Wrestling's genius.
i agree with every word heyman said same goes for tna as well...they are startung to get a bit lame too
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Old 09-22-2008, 08:12 PM   #1684
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Undertaker Appears To Aggravate His Injured Knee At Last Night's SD Taping



According to a fan in attendance at last night's SmackDown tapings in Columbus, Ohio, Undertaker appeared to aggravate a knee injury during the dark match main event.

He was attacked by Curt Hawkins, Zach Ryder and Bam Neely during his match with Big Show, but eventually cleared the ring. He posed for the crowd and walked for a few minutes before momentarily sitting down on the ring steps before heading to the back.

"Honestly, he looked pretty bad off," the fan in attendance said. "He was sitting there like he was so exhausted he couldn't make it up the ramp. He finally walked up the ramp, but he was limping pretty badly. It wasn't a little limp, it was very noticeable."

Of course, he could be selling the injury, but he was playing to the crowd before sitting down.

As reported earlier, he recently had his knee checked by doctors and WWE has been limiting his involvement in the ring since his match with Edge at SummerSlam. Taker has been appearing on television in non-wrestling segments and has been working tag matches for the most part so that his partner could handle most of the work in the ring. Undertaker has been telling friends that his knee is still tender and that there is some soreness.
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Old 09-22-2008, 08:18 PM   #1685
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Back in June, World Wrestling Entertainment prevented Ric Flair from making an advertised appearance at the 2008 National Wrestling Alliance Hall of Fame ceremony, where he was to be inducted. With Ric Flair no longer under WWE contract, the NWA has announced the Nature Boy will now get his chance to accept the honor. The NWA issued the following release this afternoon:

RIC FLAIR TO ACCEPT HIS NWA™ HALL OF FAME AWARD

Charlotte, NC (September 21, 2008) – On June 7, 2008 at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA the National Wrestling Alliance® installed The Iron Sheik, Tommy Rich, The Midnight Express, The Corsica Brothers, Nikita Koloff and Ric Flair into the NWA™ Hall of Fame. All but one living member of the class of 2008 was present to receive the NWA Hall of Fame Medal and today we are pleased to announce that “Nature Boy” Ric Flair will be presented the honor on Saturday October 4th at the RMB Fairgrounds in Robstown, TX.

“I’m happy that we are able to present our Hall of Fame honor to Ric in person. We were worried that he would never be able to display our medal with the rest of his accolades. It also pleases me to know that Ric is very enthusiastic to accept it. I’d also like to thank the Gillespie Agency for their cooperation in making this presentation a reality,” said NWA Executive Director Robert K. Trobich.

The Ceremony will take place during the NWA 60th Anniversary Tour stop at the RMB Fairgrounds. Currently scheduled to appear on the card is NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce, King V (formally Big Daddy V), Sean Waltman, NWA Worlds Tag Team Champions Los Luchas, Rob Conway, “Shooter” Brent Albright and NWA North American Champion Mike DiBiase. The event is scheduled to being at 7:30 PM following the Ric Flair Meet and Greet benefiting the area’s Boys and Girls Club.

Tickets are on sale now at the Fairgrounds Box Office, www.rmbfairgrounds.com, Taqueria Jalisco 829 Industrial or by calling 361-387-9002. This special event is a presented in association with Big Vision Entertainment, Inc.
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Randy Orton seems to be feuding with just about everybody. lol Do you think they might turn him face not long after he comes back?
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the raw brand has been real down there is not too much going on raw that has me interested
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The undertaker is going to have to retire soon, I hope they don't make him lose at WM
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Y2J has become wack they need to let him be like he was and I also agree with what Paul said


what happened with the whole trying to kill vince thing lol they are just acting like it never happened
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I like Jericho's current gimmick better than when he first came back into the WWE as a face, with the Chef Gordon Ramsey haircut. I assume that Cade and him will start feuding down the line. But Cade needs to get pushed more for that to happen. I'm glad that Cena won't be on Raw for a while and that Triple H is on Smackdown. It gives some other guys a chance. I think the Priceless team is doing a pretty good job so far.
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Daytona Beach News-Journal Online is reporting that Kevin Nash has still not agreed to terms on a new deal with TNA Wrestling as their is still a hang up on merchandise issues. Nash revealed to the publication that his current deal with TNA is up on October 10th and that he will not be on TNA television until a new agreement is reached.

Nash did confirm that he has had talks with WWE as he said, "I talked to Vince (McMahon)... He offered me a contract, but he wanted me to dye my hair."

Nash prefers the lighter TNA Wrestling schedule as opposed to that of WWE.
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A spokesperson from from RobVanDam.com sent in the following press release:

Former WWE Champion Rob Van Dam is launching a brand new online radio show, *RVD RADIO*

- The debut episode will be at 10pm Eastern / 7pm Pacific on Wednesday, October 8th

- There will be a new episode every Wednesday night

- To listen to the show and get more information, visit the show's profile at www.blogtalkradio.com/rvdradio

- RVD Radio's debut episode will include Chris Mordetzky (Masters) and Shawn Stasiak as guests. The topics of discussion will be individualism, censorship, RVD TV, and pro wrestling. Rob is excited to be taking calls from his listeners on a weekly basis.

- This show will be hosted by RVD himself, and will include various guest appearances, hot discussion topics, RVD's favorite music, and weekly updates on what's happening in the life of The Whole F'n Show!

- Listeners can call in to join the conversation during the show by dialing (347) 308-8753

- This show is gonna be HOT, so join in on the action by listening to *RVD RADIO*!!!!!
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WWE "No Mercy" Pay-Per-View Recap

We start the show with a video montage highlighting all of the feuds coming into the PPV tonight. Light the fires, open up the throttle because here we go! Todd Grisham welcomes us to Portland, OR this evening as we go right into the first match, joined by Jerry "the King" Lawler for color commentary, subsituting for Matt Striker.
ECW CHAMPIONSHIP: champion Matt Hardy vs. "the World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry (w/ Tony Atlas)
We get formal in-ring introductions out of the way. Henry backs Hardy up to the corner, clean break for the referee. Matt Hardy locks in a side headlock, Henry shoves him off, Hardy tries again, another shove-off to the ropes and a shoulder block from Henry, followed by a few punches to the head. Henry takes his time to measure out a kick into the ribs. Henry puts Hardy in the corner as the fans chant for Hardy, but to no avail as Henry lays in some knees. Hardy is able to duck out of the way, tries to kick the legs out from underneath Henry, Henry retaliates with a stiff short-arm clothesline. Henry then takes to choking Hardy with his boot, then measures out another kick to the ribs.
Henry with a headbutt, tries to set up Hardy for the Snake Eyes in the corner, but Hardy rolls out, tries to work on Henry's left knee with chop blocks and kicks, Hardy is again taken down with a short-arm clothesline, but Henry is now limping. Henry takes a moment to recover, tries for a gorilla press slam on Hardy, Hardy rolls off, chop block to the back of the leg, and is now working on it, getting Henry down on the mat, putting the leg on the bottom rope and stomping on the knee. Henry tries to roll outside, Hardy follows, this only allows Henry to throw Hardy into the ringpost. Henry starts to roll into the ring, Hardy recovers, grabs the left leg and wrenches it over the edge of the apron. Hardy rolls in, tries for a Figure Four leglock, Henry kicks him off and sends him into the turnbuckle. Henry gets to his feet, kicks Hardy in the face, covers for our first pin attempt of the night.
Henry drags Hardy over to the corner, climbs to the first buckle and slams down on the knee, cover and another two count. Henry then drags Hardy into the middle of the ring, attempting to wear him down with a grip on the trapezius. Hardy takes it for a minutes, uses his legs to kick Henry in the head to break the hold. Hardy is up quickly, bounces off the ropes, ducks a clothesline and tries for a Thesz Press, but Henry catches him in the bearhug. Henry picks up Hardy and tries for the Snake Eyes again, Hardy rolls out and tries for a Sunset Flip. Henry is too strong, he blocks it, tries to jump on Hardy from the corner again, misses as Hardy rolls out. Hardy with some punches, tries for the Bulldog out of the corner, nails it, covers but only gets a two count.
Henry tries to take out Hardy with a splash off the ropes, he nails it, covers, two count. Henry lands on the injured knee, he's limping. Henry pulls Hardy up, whips him off the ropes and grabs him for a big powerslam... TWIST OF FATE BY HARDY! Out of nowhere! Hardy covers and picks up the win!
WINNER: Matt Hardy. Mark Henry quickly rolls out of the ring and bails to the back to lick his wounds. Hardy greets the fans and leaves. We then switch over to Tazz and Jim Ross, who take us to the AT&T Mobile Vote for tonight, "Who are you rooting for in the WWE Championship Match?"
We then cut backstage to Eve Torres, who is interviewing both Jeff Hardy and Triple H backstage. Eve asks Hardy if he thinks he can win tonight, Triple H pulls the mic over his way and shows Eve that he's participating in the mobile voting, and as an act of good will, he voted that he's pulling for Hardy to win. Jeff says Trips needs to worry less about texting and more about bringing his best. Triple H says that he's a huge fan of Jeff Hardy, and he hopes that Jeff Hardy bring everything and has it all put together tonight. "I want to know that when I win tonight, I didn't beat Jeff Hardy, I beat the best Jeff Hardy." Hardy finishes the segment by saying he'll be glad to take Triple H's title from him tonight.
WWE WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP: champion "the Glamazon" Beth Phoenix (w/ WWE Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella) vs. Candice Michelle
We now flip over to Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler as we get ready for the first Raw match of the evening. Both are surprised that Phoenix is allowing Marella to come out with him, after comments made on Monday night by Phoenix that she felt Marella was hurting her ring performance.
We get a bell, Michelle puts the dukes up, Phoenix comes over and gives her a finger poke, Michelle retorts with a dropkick, quick pin, shoving Phoenix into the corner, roll-up, cover, dropkick, another cover, an enziguri! Michelle is on fire as she puts Phoenix into the corner, tries to whip her out, but Phoenix stalls and reverses it, injuring Michelle's shoulder. Snap mare takeover out of the corner, Phoenix covers and gets a two count.
Phoenix flips Michelle over and goes for an MMA-style armbar submission. Michelle tries to roll out of it, Phoenix isn't letting her go. Candice eventually gets to her feet and stomps on Phoenix's face to break it, goes on a roll on the offensive, finishing it with a spinning heel kick and a cover for two. Michelle tries for a side Russian legsweep, Phoenix counters by blocking it and taking it the other way, Michelle goes face-first into the mat. Phoenix goes to the top turnbuckle for a splash, Michelle rolls out of the way, Michelle goes for the cover but Marella pulls Phoenix out, saving her from the loss. This pisses Phoenix off, she decks him and rolls back in. Michelle tries for the Candy Shop, but Phoenix blocks, counters and nails her with the front-face slam, covers and gets the win.
WINNER: Beth Phoenix. Marella gets in and raises Phoenix's hand, she doesn't look very happy with him, though. We go backstage for a promo with Kane somewhere in the bowels of the arena, bathed in red light, another rant about the masks and hiding and all that other crap.
Rey Mysterio vs. Kane
Mysterio tries to attack Kane as the bell rings, he gets shoved off. Mysterio goes on the offensive again, puts Kane in the corner, delivers a dropkick that sends Kane outside. Mysterio tries for a baseball slide, but Kane is too quick, gets back in the ring and boots him in the head. Mysterio runs outside to catch a breather, Kane gives chase, Mysterio cuts him off back in the ring, kicks and punches, Kane throws him out of the ring. Mysterio hangs on to the ropes, missle dropkick after the launch from the ropes that connects. Mysterio tries for the 6-1-9 but Kane recovers and takes him down with a clothesline, cover and a two count.
Kane starts to methodically try to wear Mysterio down, but Rey isn't ready to quit yet, he gets a break, tries for a hurracanrana off the top turnbuckle, Kane catches him and tries for a powerbomb, Mysterio grabs the ropes and pulls Kane over and out, follows up with a plancha. Kane catches him, but Mysterio resorts to a sleeper hold out of nowhere. Kane grabs Mysterio by the head and flips him over into the crowd, throws Mysterio back in the ring. Kane throws Mysterio around a little, throws him outside, runs him into the ring barrier, then the ringpost, then rolls him back in. Kane gets on his hands and knees and taunts Mysterio.
Kane picks up Mysterio for a body slam, plants him in the mat, then lays in slow, methodical punches and kicks meant to punish the luchadore. Kane grabs Mysterio's face by the eye holes in the masks, tries to rip it off. Kane applies a chinlock, then quickly turns around and kicks Mysterio in the head, covers, two count. Kane pulls Mysterio up by the arm, picks him up and executes a backbreaker from the side, then bends Mysterio over his knee. Geez, Kane, don't you learn that this doesn't work? Mysterio's going to kick you in the head. OOPS, okay, no he's not, Mysterio delivers four punches to the head to break it this time. Kane responds with a kick to the heads, whips Rey into the ropes, Mysterio grabs them and holds on. Kane charges, Mysterio with a boot up to stop him. Mysterio charges Kane, Kane tries for a side slam, Mysterio flips over the arm and works it into a inverted DDT! Mysterio covers, two count.
Kane recovers quick enough, puts Mysterio up on the top turnbuckle, lays in some punches to the back of the head, Mysterio with a few reverse elbows, gets to the top turnbuckle, hits Kane with a moonsault, covers, two count. Mysterio with a low kick to the kneecaps, another dropkick to the head, Mysterio goes up top, big splash, cover, two-count. Mysterio bounces off the ropes, Kane catches him with the side slam th is time, cover, two-and-a-half. Kane sets up for the chokeslam, grabs Myterio, Mysterio escapes! Mysterio launches himself off the middle turnbuckle with a moonsault into a DDT! Mysterio looks like he tweaked the knee, though. Mysterio goes outside, slingshot over the top rope into a diving headbutt! Mysterio covers, one... two... kickout!
Mysterio goes to the top turnbuckle, flies as Kane gets up and nails Mysterio with a clothesline. Kane covers, two-count. Kane puts Mysterio into the corner, charges with the big boot, Mysterio moves out and Kane eats the buckle. Mysterio connects with a 6-1-9 on a standing Kane, connecting in the back. Kane staggers out of the ring. Mysterio bounces off the opposite set of ropes, charges to the corner, leaps into Kane ... KANE PLANTS A CHAIR IN HIS FACE! HOME RUN! DQ!
WINNER: Rey Mysterio, by disqualification. Rey just got KNOCKED DAY FUGGOUT! The referee sends Kane to the back, then checks on Mysterio. Kane laughs and walks to the back, we go back to the referee and Mysterio is saying he can't feel his legs. Another referee comes up and pulls down his pant leg, he may have injured his right knee in a earlier spot.
We cut backstage as MVP is walking around in back, talking on his phone. He comes up to the offices for WWE SmackDown GM Vickie Guerrero and pounds on the door. Big Show answers the door and asks what he wants. MVP starts bitching about what he's been going through, Big Show tells him to shut it, himself and Guerrerro are too busy focusing on the Undertaker, and tells him to get lost, slamming the door in MVP's face. MVP walks off, pissed off.
We run a promo for the next WWE PPV, Cyber Sunday. MVP then hits the ring to cut an unexpected promo. MVP says that he's a superstar and he doesn't like sitting out. He says that Vickie Guerrero taking a tombstone from the Undertaker isn't the first or last time, and that isn't important. MVP reminds us, "... the WWE Universe revolves around me!"
Apparently former WWE Champion Randy Orton disagrees. He comes out and introduces himself, and tells MVP that everything MVP claims to be, Orton actually is. MVP responds and says that he is the main event player on SmackDown, but they just don't "give me the ball." Orton says that if MVP ever had a ball, "you should drop it." MVP reminds Orton that he's a WWE Raw star, MVP is a SmackDown star, and the Raw locker room would not only love it if MVP knocked him out, but MVP doesn't have to face any repercussion for his actions.
For some reason this brings out Cody Rhodes, Manu and Ted DiBiase, Jr. They come in and basically shove MVP aside to address Orton. The fans start a "boring" chant. Rhodes tells Orton that they finally figured out who Orton is, and compares him to the cool high school jock who is coasting on his reputation after graduation. Orton tells Rhodes to ask CM Punk if he feels that Orton is coasting. Manu takes the mic and reminds Orton that the only reason he got one over on Punk was because the three of them took out Punk first, "allowing you to pick up our scraps." Orton tells the trio that he can see they're working hard to impress him, but they have to work harder to impress him. Orton throws down the mic and walks off.
MVP picks up the mic and taunts Orton as he leaves, suggesting that he's not going to be fully healed until 2012. MVP then tells the Priceless team that he appreciates them and likes how they roll. DiBiase cuts MVP off and tells him that he isn't even in their class. MVP reminds them that he makes more money thant he three of them combined. DiBiase with the quick retort, "I don't know who your father was, but my father is THE MILLION DOLLAR MAN! I haven't had to worry about money in... well, ever!" DiBiase tells MVP that he can hit the road and they'll see him at the next PPV he's shut out of.
MVP walks out of the ring shouting, "I'll remember this conversation in the future!" CM Punk's music hits, and he walks out with Kofi Kingston. They come up to MVP and suggest that the three of them go take on Rhodes, Manu and DiBiase. MVP strips off his sh irt and says, "I want some of this!" and the three rush the ring... and them Punk & Kofi hang back, letting MVP hit the ring all by himself, and thus get completely beaten down! DiBiase throws MVP out of the ring, but Punk and Kingston are right there to clean up, throwing the trio of heels out of the ring. Kingston & Punk celebrate in the ring briefly and bail, MVP staggers around the ring and throws up his fists, acting like he's still ready to fight.
#1 CONTENER FOR THE WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP:
John "Bradshaw" Layfield vs. Dave Batista

Batista backs JBL into the corner, JBL with the cheap shot out, tries to go for the Clothesline from Hell early, Batista nails him with a spear that sends Layfield to the outside. Batista follows up, rams Brandshaw back-first into the apron, rolls him back in. Layfield catches him with a shot to the head and puts Batista back on the outside. Layfield follows up, a few more punches, rolls Batista in, cover, hook the leg, kickout at two.
Layfield pulls Batista up, hits a swinging neckbreaker, follows up with an elbow drop, cover and a two count. Layfield goes for a sleeper hold in the middle of the ring, Batista gets to his feet, picks up Layfield and executes a belly-to-back suplex to break the sleeper. Both men take their time getting back to their feet, when they do they start trading rights, Batista gets the upper-hand with a forearm shot, though, followed up with a clothesline into the corner. Batista with the shoulder blocks to the midsection, whips Layfield out, catches him out of the corner with a scoop into the powerslam and the fans go wild!
Batista sets up for the Spear in the corner, charges, Layfield catches him with a boot. Layfield goes for the Clothesline from Hell off the ropes, Batista catches him with the Spinebuster. Batista then sets up and finishes Layfield off with the Batista Bomb, 1-2-3 stick a fork in JBL he's done!
WINNER: Dave Batista. We run the highlights, and now Batista is the #1 Contender to whoever walks out of tonight's PPV with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Batista walks out, Layfield is asking for a microphone... rolling on the mat, he says, "This has to be the most unbelievable week of my life!" Layfield says he thought he would have beaten Batista easily, but he came up short. He says he hates to admit this to the fans, it hurts him, but his heart wasn't in this match tonight. "After the week on Wall Street, I gotta say that this is the most traumatic week of my life, and I gotta tell ya, from the bottom of my heart, I'm the happiest and most blessed man alive! I want to thank you and the Congress for shoving out billions and billions of dollars so that people like me can keep all my money!"
FUCKING FANTASTIC! KILLA KEV APPROVES! Layfield cutting a promo using the financial crisis just re-affirmed that he's the biggest dick on the roster, and the fans are eating it up!
Layfield finishes up his promo, starts to leave... but apparently Cryme Tyme isn't going to let him! They're live on the TitanTron, Shad Gespard says, "Just like the Congress bailed you out, we're going to bail out... YOUR BRAND NEW LIMOUSINE!" We now see that they're in the parking garage with the limo, and JTG says that they're taking the limo out on the town for the night with a gaggle of hot hunnies! And Sergant Slaughter! And Mickie James! MONEY MONEY, YEAH YEAH! MONEY, MONEY, YEAH YEAH! Ya gotta get it! Ya gotta want it!
BRINGIN DA HOOD 2 U ! God I love it. We run a huge promo for the Undertaker's return and his subsequent feud with Big Show.
Big Show vs. Undertaker
We spend almost 10 minutes for promos and ring introductions, and it's still only 9:25 pm ET! We got a LOT of time to fill up here tonight! We finally get a bell, Big Show tries for a big left to end it quick, Undertaker ducks it, but Big Show throws Undertaker out of the ring. Taker is back up on the apron, Show comes over to meet him, and they trade punches until Undertaker hits Big Show with a choke over the ropes. Undertaker tries to get back in the ring, Big Show headbutts him back to the floor, gets out and starts hitting Undertaker with punches to the ribs, then whips him into the security barrier. Big Show tries to throw Undertaker into a ringpost, Undertaker reverses it.
Big Show tries to get back into the ring, but Undertaker doesn't let him, punching him in the head, hanging his head over the apron and kicking it, then getting up on the apron and executing a legdrop on the overhanging head. Big Show somehow crawls up into a corner, Undertaker nails him with two big clotheslines. He tries to whip Big Show to the opposite corner, Big Show blocks it, whips Undertaker into the corner, Undertaker with a boot up. Undertaker tries to bounces off the ropes, but Big Show charges and hits a lariat, cover and a two count.
Show puts Undertaker in the corner, kicks him down, scoop slam out of the corner, Big Show off the ropes with a big elbow drop, cover and a two count as Undertaker barely gets the shoulder up. Undertaker cowers to a corner, Big Show follows up with punches to the ribs and chest and midsection. Show pulls Taker out and executes a side Russian legsweep, hooks the leg and gets a near pinfall. Big Show taunts Undertaker to fight back, Taker fires some punches to the midsection, Big Show just kicks him in the stomach. He pulls Undertaker up, but Undertaker wails with punches, Big Show shoves him off, Undertaker tries for a swinging neckbreaker off the ropes, Big Show shoves him into the corner and takes him down with a big headbutt.
Big Show is going to the ropes... climbing up... GIANTSAULT??? No, just a Vader Bomb, and he misses as Undertaker rolls out of the way. Aww, damn. Undertaker lays in punches, puts Show in the corner, tries to whip him out, reverses, Show charges, Undertaker with a boot up. Undertaker bounces off the ropes, ducks a pair of wild clotheslines from Show and hits a shouldertackle. Undertaker with a leg drop, cover, two count! Undertaker grabs the arm, he goes to the corner, he's walking the ropes, goes for the hammer Big Show grabs him in mid-air and executes a choke slam! Big Show covers, hooks the leg, KICKOUT!
Big Show sets up for the big right hand, he swings, Undertaker blocks it and goes for the chokeslam! Big Show blocks the execution, locks in his own chokeslam, they're struggling, fighting... Big Show comes out on top, raises up Undertaker for the chokeslam, Undertaker converts it into a DDT! Undertaker covers, Big Show kicks out! Show goes to the corner to recover, Undertaker comes over to lay in rights, referee tries to break it up, Undertaker shoves the ref off and then goes after him. This gives Big Show the opportunity to pulls the cover off the top turnbuckle. Undertaker comes back over, Big Show sidesteps him and throws him head-first into the exposed buckle! Big Show follows up with the kockout right... Undertaker is still standing! Big Show reels back and hauls off another big right, and this time the Deadman goes down! Big Show picks up Undertaker by the head and lays in one more, and that's it, the referee doesn't let it go on any further!
WINNER: Big Show, by referee stoppage. We replay the highlights, go back to see Big Show walking backstage, switch over to see Undertaker staggering to get to his feet, and failing. He stumbles a few more times, then manages to just barely sit up, his back to the ropes. He stares around like he's dazed as the fans chant "UN-DER-TAKE-ER! *clap-clap clap-clap-clap*". Taker finally pulls himself up in the corner, the fans cheer him, until Undertaker falls again.
Well, that fills up 15 minutes, it's 9:40 pm now and we only have two more matches. We run a promo for The Greatest Matches of the 80s, we come back and Undertaker is STILL trying to get out of the ring. Wow... can we do something with this dead time, please? Undertaker finally gets out of the arena.
Triple H is seen backstage heading to the ring. We see the results of the AT&T WWE Mobile poll, and 72% of fans are pulling for Jeff Hardy. We then go to the promo package for the semi-main event.
WWE CHAMPIONSHIP: champion Triple H vs. Jeff Hardy
After another five minutes of promos and five minutes of ring introductions, we finally get these two men into the middle of the ring. Triple H offers a handshake, Jeff Hardy accepts, turns his back, and Triple H takes him out from behind, tries to get a quick pinfall on him, Hardy wiggles out and then challenges him to some catch-as-catch-can until they are at a Mexican standoff. They then trade some hammerlocks and headlocks, back to another standoff. We try for a third time, Triple H with a side headlock, Hardy shoves him off, Triple H takes him down with a shoulder block, bounces off the ropes, Hardy tries for a hip toss, Triple H blocks and throws his own hiptoss, but Hardy counters with a pair of armdrags into a side headlock on the mat.
Triple H gets to his feet, shoves Hardy off into the ropes, but Hardy stops it and re-applies the headlock. Triple H back on his feet again, whips Hardy off and this time follows up with a reverse elbow that takes Hardy off his feet and chewing his teeth. Triple H pulls Hardy up, whips him to a corner, Hardy tries to float over, Triple H catches him, Hardy with a headscissor takeover that sends Triple H out of the ring. Hardy tries for a running clothesline off the apron, Trips tries to sidestep it, both men hit the floor. Hardy recovers first, rolls Trips into the ring, slingshots in with a legdrop over the top rope, covers, two count.
Hardy re-applies the side headlock on the mat, resting for a moment. Triple H gets to his feet, slowly, whips Hardy off the ropes, ducks down, Hardy delivers a kick to the face. Hardy charges Trips, Trips backdrops him over the ropes, Hardy hangs on, nails Triple H with a shoulder block. He goes for a second one, Triple H snatches him up in the Pedigree, but Hardy powers out and backdrops him over the ropes and to the floor. Hardy tries to follow up with a tope over the ropes to the outside, Triple H sidesteps it, Hardy crashe sand burns. Referee starts a count, Triple H barely makes it back into the ring to break the count up. Halfway through, Triple H exits the ring again, pulls Hardy up and throws him in. Cover, hook of the leg by the champion, Hardy kicks out at the last second. Triple H with a high-impact backbreaker over th knee, follows with an elbow drop to the small of the back, then a second, then a third with a small boost off the ropes. Triple H covers, Hardy barely kicks out.
Triple H pulls up Hardy, Hardy fires away with some rabbit punches, Triple H drops him again, high kneedrop, cover and Hardy kicks out at two. Fans are chanting for Hardy now as Triple H pulls him up again and dishes out a right hand to the head, Hardy staggers over to a corner. Triple H follows up with a pair of shoulder blocks to the midsection, whips him to the opposite corner, charges, Hardy gets both boots up to block it. Triple H catches Hardy out of the corner and steps him right into an Abdominal Stretch. Hardy tries to break it, Triple H resorts to holding the ropes, and doesn't care that he gets caught at it. He's just that cocky of a heel about it!
Triple H whips Hardy off the ropes and wraps him up with a sleeper in the middle of the ring. Hardy quickly gets to his feet, shoves Triple H off and catches him with a lariat that brings both men down to their feet. They get to their feet, Hardy with the reverse mule kick, double legdrop, covers and hooks the leg of the champ, Triple H kicks out. Hardy bounces off the ropes and nails a low dropkick to the head, cover, two count. Hardy pulls Triple H up, Triple H tries to whip him into the ropes, Hardy reverses and throws him to the buckle, Triple H sails over the top to the outside. Hardy follows up with a somersault over the top rope into Triple H! They rest for a few seconds, Triple H is thrown back into the ring.
Hardy goes to the top turnbuckle, delivers a clothesline, covers, two count. Both men on their feet, Hardy tries for the Twist of Fate, Triple H shoves him off and takes him down with a clothesline, drags his body on top of Hardy's, cover and a kickout. Triple H pulls up Hardy, tries to whip him to a corner, Hardy reverses, charges, Triple H gets the boot up to block it. Triple H to the middle turnbuckle, tries for a double axehandle smash, Hardy cuts him off, executes a facebuster suplex, cover, two count! Hardy pulls up Triple H, Trips tries to whip him into the corner, Hardy climbs the buckles and tries for the cross body block, Triple H side steps it and throws him to the mat, cover, two count.
Triple H executes Hardy with the Spinebuster, sets up for the Pedigree, kick to the midsection, hooks the arms, Hardy counters with a double-leg takedown and then slingshots him up into the turnbuckle. Hardy with Whisper 'O the Wind, cover, TWO COUNT! Both men take their time recovering, Triple H crawls to a corner, Hardy follows with a dropkick to the back. Hardy strips off the shirt, goes up to, Swanton Bomb... MISSES! Triple H recovers, kick to the gut, Pedigree, NO! Hardy blocks it, kick, Twist of Fate, and he goes back up for the Swanton Bomb, nails it! Hardy rolls backwards on the champ, hooks the leg, 1... 2... Triple H hooks the arms and reverses it into a pin, 1... 2... 3!
WINNER: Triple H. The champion retains, just barely! This was, quite honestly, possibly the best match EVER of Jeff Hardy's career. We run through the highlights, go back to the ring, Triple H is clutching his belt, walking off, Hardy gets to his feet, stops the champ and shakes his hand, showing respect for his better. Triple H exits the ring and poses off at the top of the ramp.
We run a promo for WWE Cyber Sunday, then go backstage where Arn Anderson comes up to Triple H, shakes his hand and congratulates him on the win. Triple H turns around and runs face-first into Vladimir Kozlov, who rattles off something in Russian, then says "Congratulations" in English. We cut out to Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler for them to segue into the promos for the main event.
WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP - Ladder Match:
champion Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels

Chris Jerico enters the arena, and walks underneath the ladder to sh ow that he harbors no fears of bad luck and feels that he will walk out with the title. He steps into the ring and takes a long, hard look at the title suspended over the ring. After nearly two minutes, Shawn Michaels finally makes his entrance, the crowd building in suspense. Both men meet in the middle after the formal in-ring introductions and stare each other down as the fans slowly build their cheer for Michaels. Referee finally rings the bell.
We get a collar-and-elbow tie-up, Michaels with a side headlock into a hammerlock, Jericho reverses, Michaels elbows out, bounces off the ropes, shoulder block. Micheals tries for the superkick early, Jericho bails, then tries to charge. This only lands him in the corner and he eats a knife-edge chop from Michaels. Michaels whips him to the opposite corner, charges and Jericho sidesteps it, Michaels eats the ringpost. They trade some fists, Jericho tries for a Northern Lights suplex, Michaels rolls through it and they continue to trade blows. Jericho throws Michaels out of the ring, springboards off the middle rope and knocks Michaels down with a shoulder block on the outside.
Jericho slaps Michaels around, taunting him. Jericho whips Michaels towards the ladder on the outside, Michaels scales it and uses it as a platform to launch himself into Jericho. Michaels tries to whip Jericho into the apron, but Jericho reverses and and sends Michaels into the ringpost. Jericho folds up the ladder and charges Michaels with it, Michaels drops to his knees, drop toehold on Jericho and Jericho falls face-first into the ladder. Michaels finds a second ladder, comes over to Jericho with it, Jericho with a double-leg takedown that has the ladder falling on Michaels. Jericho quickly stretches his opponent out with a Boston Crab. Jericho then grabs a ladder and pulls it into the ring, Michaels gets up to block it, then smacks the ladder into Jericho's face, stopping his momentum. \
Michaels gets into the ring and grabs the ladder, setting it up. He tries to go up, but Jericho recovers and blocks him. Jericho tries to slingshot Michaels into the ladder, but Michaels leaps onto the ladder and scales up to the top. Jericho pushes the ladder over to stop him, folds it up and rams Michaels in the stomach with it, then crashes it into his back. Jericho is bleeding already as he goes to the outside to grab another ladder, propping it up into the corner. Michaels has pulled himself up face-first into the opposite corner, Jericho lays in some punches, whips him out, Michaels attempts to reverse it, Jericho stops him, throws Michaels back into the corner. Jericho attempts to bulldog Jericho out of the corner, but Michaels puts the brakes on and Jericho goes sailing into the ladder, Michaels throws the ladder on him afterwards.
Michaels sets a ladder up across the bottom ropes in the opposite corner. Michaels tries to throw Jericho into it, but Jericho stops it, Michaels counters with a Figure Four leglock. Jericho desperately kicks one end of the laddder, sending the other end into Michael's right orbital eyebone, the one he injured two months ago. Jericho composes himself, positions Michaels under the ladder, then slingshots him straight up into it. Jericho pulls the ladder out, then throws Michaels face-first into it. Jericho pulls Michaels off, opens up the ladder, lays Michaels inside it, slams the ladderon his head. Jeriicho sets the ladder underneath the belt, climbs up, Michaels shakes the ladder and knocks it over, but Jericho lands on his feet. Jericho runs over and kicks Michaels in the head, then positions the ladder on the top turnbuckle.
Jericho walks over to Michaels, tries to run him head-first into the ladder, but Michaels reverses it and launches Jericho into the ladder, Jericho lands on top and t hen falls out of the ring. Michaels picks the ladder up and throws it on top of Jericho. Michaels rolls out and grabs a new ladder, sets it up at ringside. He grabs a second ladder and rams it into Chris Jericho's back several times, throwing the ladder aside afterwards. Michaels goes over to the announcer's table, pulls off the top, throws the monitors out and clears the way. Jericho staggers to his feet, Michaels drags him over, clubs him in the back several times, then ascends the ladder! Fans are going nuts, but Jericho recovers, climbs up the ladder after him and cuts Michaels off. Jericho climbs up further, grabs Michaels from behind, and then peels Michaels off the ladder in a belly-to-back suplex into the table below, Jericho falling with him!
Both men are down for about a minute, but it is Michaels who recovers first, dragging himself out of the wreckage and back into the ring. Jericho is crawling on his knees, pulls himself up by the apron. Michaels goes outside and grabs a ladder, sets it in the ring and sets it up in the corner. Michaels then climbs to the top turnbuckle, looks like he's going to leapfrog over it onto Jericho, but Jericho sees it happening, dropkicks the ladder and sends it into Michael's head, Michaels thend rops into the top turnbuckle. Jericho climbs up the leadder, pulls up Michaels to his feet on the top turnbuckle, setting up for a suplerplex. Michaels fights him off, then just shoves the ladder, sending Jericho crashing to the mat! Michaels is on his feet still, re-adjust himself, and goes for the flying elbow drop! Michaels connects... with the ladder! OUCH!
Both men are rolling on the mat, Michaels finally pulls himself up by the corner, signals for Sweet Chin Music. Jericho staggers to his feet, Michaels charges, Jericho picks up a ladder and quickly nials Michaels in the face with it. Jericho picks the leadder up, slams it into Michael's body and leaving it on top. Jericho then impulsively runs to the ropes, springboards off the middle rope and nails the Liontamer... into the ladder! OUCH!
Jericho picks up a ladder, sets it up, and positions it right over Michael's neck. Jericho taunts Michaels and shows that Michaels will be watching Jericho climb to the top! Jericho scales his way up, Michaels is attempting to wiggle his way up, he catches a foot underneath a ladder rung, and uses that to rock the ladder away from him, freeing himself and launching Jericho fifteen feet out of the ring! Jericho lands on his feet but then crashes to his knees. Michaels sets the ladder up, climbs to the top, he almost has the belt... Jericho scrambles back into the ring, knocks the ladder over, Michaels racks himself on the top rope and gets entangled!
Jericho re-sets the ladder and scales to the top. Michaels frees himself, climbs up the other side. Jericho grabs the belt, Michaels slaps his hands away, and they're trading blows. Michaels slams Jericho's head into the top, Jericho falls back and gets hung up the the ladder rung. Michaels reaches up for the belt, but Lance Cade runs in and grabs Michaels' leg, pulls him off, but Michaels delivers a clothesline ont he way down, then takes Cade out with a superkick. Jericho is climbing his way up, Michaels scrambles up to meet him, both men grab the belt, trade blows... the belt comes loose, each man has one end of the belt. Michaels headbutts Jericho, Jericho is reeling back, hanging on to the belt. Michaels pulls him back in and punches him in the face, but Michaels takes an inadvertant headbutt and falls off the ladder! Jericho clutches the belt, steadies himself and removes it. Jericho then falls off the ladder face-first, falling to the mat, retaining his title.

WINNER: Chris Jericho. We recap the last few minutes of the match and then cut out as Michaels, his face smeared with his own blood. Lance Cade comes in to help him out of the ring and back up the ramp.
WRESTLING FANS, quite possibly we have seen two of the best championship matches of the year, in the same night! That's it for the broadcast and our recap, thank you for reading, thank you for the support, now head over to Kayfabe 4 Dummes at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/k4d and join The Cancer and MRob for the last hour and a quarter of the show, I'm sure Stevie J and Big D will be along shortly! PEACE!
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So the Sandman announced his retirement?
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I use to love sandman's ring intro until he came out to the wwe generic bullshit it did not have the same feel
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