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As Velocity opened we joined the announce team Josh Matthews and Hugh Morrus who hyped up Summerslam, talked a little about what took place on Smackdown and ran us through the card for the night. We then went backstage where the newest backstage interviewer Stevie Richards who caught up with Kid Romeo of Team Charisma. Romeo was asked about his thoughts on the happenings within Team Charisma, firstly about Christian’s yet to be made decision on wither or not he will remain in the group and secondly on Test walking out last week. Romeo said that the problems are between Christian and Test and that he would not take sides but allow them to work out the problems and whatever happens is down to them. Romeo then went on to defeat Chuck Palumbo but it was Test who got involved and hit The Big Boot whilst the referee’s back was turned. Following the match Romeo and Test shared a hug and patched up their friendship.

Johnny the Bull who challenged Booker T to a cage match at Summerslam was also in action when he took on William Regal. Regal managed to lock in the Regal Stretch but Johnny escaped and picked up the victory following The Mamaluke DDT.

Satan who was scheduled to face Paul London came out to the ring and spoke about the match that he had been assigned for at Summerslam; he mentioned how The Undertaker was not back, that he will never come back and that at Summerslam he and his minions would destroy their opponents. Before he could finish what he was saying, a voice boomed over the PA system, it was the voice of The Undertaker. The Undertaker has very little to say but what he did mention was that he would be at Summerslam and following his team’s victory he would select a venue for the final showdown between Satan and himself. Satan was furious that he had underestimated The Undertaker and took out his frustrations on Paul London and Lash Leroux, who accompanied London to the ring. Satan annihilated both men and covered both men by standing on their chests for the victory.

The Main event rolled in next with the team of Diamond Dallas Page, Rhyno and Ron Killings against the team of Mark Shade, Matt Hardy and the reigning Red Bull champion Sonny Siaki. DDP, Rhyno and Killings dominated their opponents for the majority of the match, the only thing that kept their opponents going was the amount of saves during pin attempts. The momentum shifted rapidly when Brian Adams and Bryan Clark, Kronik appear on the scene, DDP and Rhyno met them in the ring entrance isle and the 2 teams that will face off at Summerslam brawled out of sight. Ron Killing was left on his own and looked like he would pick up the victory following the Scissors Kick to Sonny Siaki but Matt Hardy distracted the referee allowing Mark Shade to hit Killings with the Red Bull championship. Sonny Siaki made the cover and picked up the victory for his team. The scene shifted backstage where DDP, Rhyno, Brian Adams and Bryan Clark continued brawling into the parking lot. Sean O’Haire appeared armed with a baseball bat and following 2 shots to the kidneys, A Lesson in Violence bloodied up their enemies as Velocity went off the air.

Match Results

Kid Romeo defeated Chuck Palumbo - 73.5%

Johnny the Bull defeated William Regal - 81.9%

Satan defeated Paul London w/Lash Leroux - 83.9%

Mark Shade, Matt Hardy & Sonny Siaki© defeated DDP, Rhyno & Ron Killings - 86.6%

***Trying out this recap method, i might do it for both shows and do big results for P.P.V's or just do this method for Velocity. Not sure yet, let me know what you guys think though. ***

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'The Smackdown Report'

‘New Results Format’

Some may have noticed that there is a new results format on wwe.com, particularly on the Smackdown brand. Instead of the usual walkthrough of the results, a more compact and shorter recap of the results is being done for both Smackdown and Velocity. However you should expect more in detail results for pay per views.

‘Night of Champions’

Several rumours have been going around on the internet about a potential pay per view in which Raw and Smackdown will do battle. In the past we have seen inter-promotional matches but from what we here it could become an annual event though there is a possibility of it taking place every 6 months. The event would feature the champions of both Raw and Smackdown doing battle with The World Champion against the WWE Champion, the Intercontinental Champion against the United States Champion, The Tag Team champions from both brands and the Red Bull and European champions doing battle. Though nothing has been confirmed yet, the WWE are considering heavily.

The Power 10

1 - Sean O’Haire - Defended the United States title against Buff Bagwell to remain at number 1.

2 - Sonny Siaki - His team scored a massive victory on Velocity, however he will need to defend the Red Bull title if he hopes to stay at number 2.

3 - Kronik - They impressively took down Chris Benoit and Christian on Smackdown and continue to look unstoppable.

4 - Booker T - Defeated Billy Kidman and chose a street fight for Summerslam. Booker moves up 1 spot this week.

5 - Nunzio - Won his 2nd tag team title, this time with Big Vito. Nunzio continues to move up the rankings and this week he is up by 4.

6 - The Dark Prodigy - Storm and Vampiro lost the tag titles but Satan destroyed Paul London. They remain at number 6.

7 - Ron Killings - The Truth lost the match for his team, he moves down 4 places this week.

8 - Christian - Was annihilated at the hands of Kronik, he will need to spring back if he hopes to stay in the top 10 and capture the World Title.

9 - Mark Shade - An impressive tag team victory on Velocity brings him back into the power 10.

10 - Johnny the Bull - Johnny chose a cage match for Summerslam and defeated William Regal to manoeuvre his way back into the power 10.

‘Smackdown Preview’

This week’s Smackdown matches have been announced as the following

Chris Kanyon vs. Test

Christy Hemme vs. Sharmell

Brian Adams vs. Rhyno

Randy Orton vs. Johnny the Bull

Billy Kidman, Big Vito© & Nunzio© vs. Matt Hardy, Devon Storm & Vampiro

Bryan Clark & Sean O’Haire© vs. DDP & Christian

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Smackdown opened with a hype video for the upcoming pay per view ‘Summerslam’ which is only 10 days away. The announcers Michael Cole and Tazz then talked a little about what happened on Smackdown last week as well as Velocity. They ran us through the card and hyped up the main event which would pitch Bryan Clark and Sean O’Haire against Christian and Diamond Dallas Page. In the opening match of the evening Test went 1 on 1 with Chris Kanyon. Test was accompanied by Kid Romeo who distracted the referee many times in order to allow Test to use illegal tactics. However Test indivertibly knocked Kid Romeo off the ring apron with the big boot as he aimed for Kanyon. Kanyon capitalised and connected with The Flatliner on Test for the victory.

Backstage Johnny the Bull and Christy Hemme arrived at the building. Stevie Richards was their to greet them and he enquired into Christy’s injury that she suffered at The Great American Bash at the hands of Booker T. Christy announced that she was not at her best but tonight she would do Johnny proud and get some sweet revenge on Booker T by defeating Sharmell and choosing the final stipulation for the 3 stages of hell match at Summerslam. Booker T was seen later on in the night and he tried to motivate Sharmell even more than she was, telling her that it is a must win situation. As the match eventually took place between Christy Hemme and Sharmell, their training in the divas project was shown but it still didn’t convince the crowd too much. In the end Christy Hemme was the victor after a roll up on Sharmell. Christy and Johnny celebrated the win and it was announced that the final stipulation, should it be required will be a last man standing match!

In the first tag team match of the evening it was 6 out of the 8 men that will participate in an 8 man tag team match at Summerslam. Billy Kidman teamed with the WWE Tag Team champions Big Vito and Nunzio to face Matt Hardy, Devon Storm and Vampiro. Matt refused to step into the ring with Kidman from the start to almost the finish. As the match broke down it was Satan that appeared in the ring. Satan laid out Billy Kidman with The Gate to Hell undetected by the referee allowing Matt Hardy to get the pinfall. Following the match Satan destroyed Nunzio and Big Vito too just to show his dominance here in the WWE.

Backstage Brian Adams had been walking through the halls of the building on route for his match when Rhyno attacked from behind. Adams and Rhyno brawled through the building and eventually ended up in the ring where a referee was present to officially start the match. Rhyno had control of the match from the opening bell and even hit The Gore but Brian Adams fell from the ring. Rhyno tried to dish out more punishment for 1 of his Summerslam opponents as he once again set Adams for The Gore, this time on the outside but Adams side stepped and sent Rhyno crashing into the ring steps. Brian Adams rolled back into the ring and Rhyno was counted out less than a second later. Brian Adams went to the outside to further punish Rhyno but Diamond Dallas Page came through the crowd and delivered The Diamond Cutter on Brian Adams before helping Rhyno to the back.

Randy Orton was in action for what will be his second last time as a Smackdown superstar before he officially joins the Raw brand. Orton was in action against Johnny the Bull who earlier in the night celebrated Christy’s win over Sharmell but by the end of this match he was celebrating his own win. However it did not come without the aid of the mystery superstar that cost Randy Orton the match against Chavo Guerrero and Rey Mysterio last week. Stephanie McMahon tried to get involved but only distracted the referee and allowed the mystery superstar to hit a Superkick and get Johnny the victory. Randy Orton recovered and Stephanie joined him in the ring, she accused the mystery star of being her brother Shane McMahon but to her surprise Shane came out from the back and asked the mystery superstar to unveil himself. The man that was turning his back on Raw and joining Smackdown was … Shane Helms! Helms told Stephanie that he was only on Raw as something to feed to the preferred superstars and not to mention any names but your husband was the main superstar. Shane told Orton that he was a fool to leave Smackdown and that come Summerslam when he is officially representing Smackdown and Randy Orton is officially representing Raw, he would prove why Smackdown is the top brand in sports entertainment. Neither Stephanie nor Orton showed Shane Helms a lot of respect and simply laughed at his threats. Randy Orton said that he would come up the ramp and bitch slap Shane Helms and he looked like he would until Shane Helms exploded with a fury of punches followed by a superkick which sent Orton running for cover.

Diamond Dallas Page tended to Rhyno backstage following his match against Brian Adams, Rhyno was clearly hurt after Goring the ring steps but said that he would still be able to make it to Summerslam despite injury to his previously broken neck. DDP then left Rhyno to tend to his own match which was up next, however as he left the dressing room, he was assaulted for the 2nd week running by Bryan Clark and Sean O’Haire who left DDP a bloody and battered mess. Christian had no idea as he went to the ring for the main event, it wasn’t until Clark and O’Haire came out that he realised what had went down and that now he would be facing a handicap match. Christian fought his hardest but found himself overcome by his opponents. However help was on its way as amazingly DDP made it to the ring and took off on Bryan Clark, beating him from the ring and yet again brawling out of sight. Christian and Sean O’Haire did battle and despite the beating Christian had already taken he managed to counter The Prophecy into The Unprettier but The United States World Heavyweight Champion showed his resilience by kicking out. Christian continued to work over Sean O’Haire but as he went up top for a superplex, Sean O’Haire countered and sent Christian crashing to the canvas and delivered The Seanton Bomb for the victory. Smackdown went off the air as Sean O’Haire celebrated his victory, holding both titles in the air.

Match Results

- Chris Kanyon defeated Test - 79.9%

- Christy Hemme defeated Sharmell - 35.4%

- Matt Hardy & The Dark Prodigy defeated Billy Kidman, Big Vito© & Nunzio© - 74.1%

- Johnny the Bull defeated Randy Orton - 77%

- Bryan Clark & Sean O’Haire© defeated Christian & DDP - 76.6%

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As Velocity opened this week, we joined Josh Matthews and Hugh Morrus who spoke more about what we saw on Smackdown rather than what we would see tonight. Backstage we found ourselves with Theodore Long who began to interview MNM when Shane McMahon appeared. Shane interrupted and asked MNM to leave before asking Theodore Long what he was doing? Theodore Long simply told Shane that he was doing what he used to as there was no need to run Smackdown now that Shane is back. Shane announced that he couldn’t run this show on his own at the moment and needed help before shaking hands with the man he wanted to do the job, Theodore Long

In our opening match of the evening, it was Mark Shade versus Ron Killings, 2 men who are not strangers to each other. It was last week that Mark Shade hit Ron Killings with the Red Bull title belt allowing Matt Hardy to get the pinfall and win the match for his team. Ron Killings would be out for a little beat of pay back tonight and he took the match to Mark Shade from the moment he entered the ring. The Truth was completely focused as he took off on Mark Shade hitting his signature move in minutes but still found himself unable to get the pinfall. Mark Shade battled back into the match with the use of a low blow and a few German suplexes. Mark Shade eventually applied The Camel Clutch but Killings countered into a pinfall but only got 2. Sonny Siaki appeared at ringside and distracted the referee but Ron Killings was the one who capitalised on the distraction as he ducked a shot to the face with a steel chair and dropkicked it back into the face of Mark Shade. Ron Killings made the cover but Sonny Siaki broke up the pin attempt by driving the title into the back of Ron Killings head leading to the disqualification.

Chavo Guerrero and Rey Mysterio prepared for their match backstage when Theodore Long appeared; he thanked Chavo and Rey for facing Randy Orton in the handicap match a few weeks ago. He also said that he was a man of his word and that this coming week on Smackdown it would be Big Vito and Nunzio defending the WWE Tag Team titles against Chavo Guerrero and Rey Mysterio. Chavo and Rey went to the ring for their match in high spirits and it certainly showed as they took on Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro. MNM couldn’t get on track against the former 2 time WWE Tag Team champions and in the end Rey Mysterio hit the drop of the dime to Johnny Nitro for the victory. Chavo and Rey enjoyed their victory celebration, knowing that very soon they could be celebrating yet another tag team title win.

Booker T cut a promo and brought up how Christy Hemme cheated on Smackdown, he insulted but her and Johnny the Bull. Booker said that despite the fact that Christy chose a Last Man Standing match as the third stipulation for the 3 stages of hell match, it wouldn’t matter because he would beat Johnny in both the street fight and the cage match, meaning that the match wouldn’t even be required. Booker mentioned the United States title a few times and how he was a former champion and ready to be champion again. Buff Bagwell then made his way to the ring for the match and unlike his previous run in the WWE when he faced Booker T in what was said to be the worst match of career, it was a lot better this time but the ending still at Booker T as the winner. Buff tried for the Blockbuster but Booker T avoided and easily finished Bagwell off with the Scissors Kick. Both Booker T and Johnny the Bull have been on a role in recent weeks and you might have to flip a coin to decide a winner between the 2 at Summerslam.

Sonny Siaki was scheduled to defend his Red Bull championship and against a former champion too. Paul Burchill returned to the ring after being gone several months with an injury. Sonny Siaki had already cut a promo in which he brought of his past with Ron Killings and how even though he had come out on top all the other times they faced; he still wasn’t done punishing his former tag team partner. Sonny Siaki took a beating in his match against Burchill, the former champion dominated the majority of the match and it looked like he might regain the gold on more than one occasion but sadly for him, Sonny Siaki was able to use a roll up and handful of tights to remain the champion. Burchill looked furious as Siaki quickly exited the ring with his title. As Sonny Siaki backed up the ramp, laughing at Paul Burchill he was assaulted from behind by Ron Killings who through the champion clean off the stage as Velocity came to a close.

Match Results

- Ron Killings defeated Mark Shade by disqualification - 80%

- Chavo Guerrero & Rey Mysterio defeated MNM - 78.1%

- Booker T defeated Buff Bagwell - 75%

- Sonny Siaki defeated Paul Burchill - 75.3%

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'The Smackdown Report'

The Power 10

1 - Sean O’Haire - Managed to overcome his Summerslam opponent when a tag team match ended with just them in the ring, his luck might just be running out though as he only just kicked out of the Unprettier. He remains at number 1.

2 - Sonny Siaki - ‘The Ace in the Hole’ defended his title against Paul Burchill successfully but was thrown off the stage by Ron Killings having reopened their past on Velocity. He remains at number 2.

3 - Kronik - The powerful duo once again brawled out of sight with DDP and Rhyno but at Summerslam, they are going to have to keep it in the ring if they hope to come out on top. They remain at number 3.

4 - Booker T - Picked up a strong victory over Buff Bagwell but the important match is next week at Summerslam. He remains at number 4.

5 - The Dark Prodigy - The Prodigy defeated 3 of their Summerslam opponents with Matt Hardy but things could be different at Summerslam with Undertaker and Satan in the mix. They move up 1 spot this week.

6 - Ron Killings - ‘The Truth’ may have got clocked with the Red Bull championship for the 2nd week running but he picked up the victory none the less and went on to through his former tag team partner off the stage reopening their rivalry. He moves up 1 spot this week.

7 - Nunzio - Nunzio’s team lost to The Dark Prodigy & Matt Hardy on Smackdown but he remains very popular as he slips 2 spots this week.

8 - Johnny the Bull - Had a wonderful night on Smackdown with Christy defeating Sharmell and then his win over Randy Orton. Johnny is heading towards Summerslam on 1 hell of a roll and he moves up 2 spots this week.

9 - Chris Kanyon - Kanyon just can’t stop winning at the moment, he picks up another victory, this time over Test. He arrives on the P10 at number 9.

10 - Matt Hardy - Version 1 and The Dark Prodigy defeated their Summerslam opponent but it’s just a matter of time before he has to face Billy Kidman in solo action. He arrives at number 10 on the P10.

‘The Smackdown Card’

WWE Smackdown has released the details of the upcoming Smackdown show; it will be the last televised edition before Summerslam this coming Sunday night. Already the card looks hot with the following matches announced …

- Matt Hardy vs. Johnny the Bull w/Christy Hemme

- Big Vito© & Nunzio© vs. Chavo Guerrero & Rey Mysterio (WWE Tag Team Titles)

- Billy Kidman vs. Test

- Randy Orton vs. TBD - Orton’s last Smackdown match

- A Lesson in Violence vs. Christian, DDP & Rhyno

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Really enjoying this diary and looking forward to Summerslam!

Your new format is really easy to read so that is always a bonus but I am loving the stuff with O'Haire right down to Siaki and Killings.

Summerslam should be excellent. I just hope that Randy Orton loses.

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As Smackdown came on the air, we are greeted by the playing of a promotional video for the upcoming cross brand pay per view, Summerslam which is just days away. As the video ends, we find ourselves at the announce table where Michael Cole and Tazz run us through this week’s card. The titantron then comes to life and we find ourselves in the parking lot of the arena where a limousine is currently arriving, a few moments pass when The World Heavyweight and United States champion Sean O’Haire emerges and is greeted by Brian Adams and Bryan Clark who query the whereabouts of Paul Heyman. A Lesson in Violence went in hunt for their mouth piece and fail to notice the three some of Rhyno, Diamond Dallas Page and Christian who force Paul Heyman into the trunk of a car before telling the driver to leave. DDP, Rhyno and Christian have just evened the odds for tonight’s highly anticipated main event.

Our opening match of the evening would pit the home town superstar Matt Hardy against the man that could soon be challenging for the United States title, Johnny the Bull. Before the match began Matt Hardy got on the microphone and told Billy Kidman that at Summerslam, he and his team have no chance of beating him and The Dark Prodigy. Firstly because The Undertaker was past it and wouldn’t dare return to face Satan, secondly because Big Vito and Nunzio could only ever beat him when Kidman was his partner and lastly because no matter how hard Kidman tried, he would never, ever be able to get the better of Matt Hardy. Johnny then came to the ring and faced off with Matt. Matt tried to take control of the match with an attack before the bell but Johnny saw it coming and fought it off taking the match to Matt Hardy in the early goings. Matt would eventually manage a come back and on several occasions looked close to the victory. However Johnny delivered his signature leg drop off the top rope but Matt rolled out of the ring. The referee put the count to Johnny when Booker T and Sharmell came down to the ring. Booker T gave instructions to Sharmell who entered the ring from behind and hit a low blow on Johnny the Bull. Matt made it back into the ring as Johnny was recovering, by then Booker T and Sharmell where on the stage. Matt connected with The Twist of Fate for the victory. Booker T and Sharmell smiled as they watched Johnny the Bull laid out on his back.

Backstage Big Vito and Nunzio where seen before their tag team title defence. Big Vito looked concerned but it was not about having to defend the tag titles, it was about having to team with Billy Kidman at Summerslam, with their history not being of a great nature. Nunzio reassured Big Vito that Billy Kidman had already forgotten their past and was more concerned about Matt Hardy, reminding Vito of what took place at The Great American Bash. Nunzio and Vito then went to the ring for their scheduled WWE Tag Team title match against Chavo Guerrero and Rey Mysterio who have held the tag titles together twice previously. Chavo and Rey were the definite favourites to win this match and they showed off their experience as a tag team by isolating Big Vito. However Nunzio eventually made a blind tag and took off on Chavo and Rey coming close to victory several times. However Devon Storm and Vampiro hit the ring and assaulted both teams armed with steel chairs, the former tag team champions were out to let it be known that they where still in the title picture. The match ended with a double disqualification and thus the titles didn’t change hands but Devon Storm and Vampiro made one hell of an impact here tonight.

Billy Kidman was walking through halls of the arena backstage when Stevie Richards approached him. Richards asked Kidman was his plans where for Matt Hardy. Kidman simply told Stevie that sooner or later every dog has his day and that pay back is a bitch. Kidman was on his way to the ring for his scheduled match against Team Charisma member Test. Test came to the ring with Kid Romeo who distracted Kidman throughout the match whilst Test overpowered Kidman with his size and power. Test dominated Kidman through the match but Kidman countered a powerbomb into a ddt to fight back into the match. The referee was knocked down late in the match but was not out cold, he was simply stunned after taking a hard fall as he dived out of the way of a big boot by Test. Test got hung up on the top rope as Kid Romeo entered the ring armed with a steel chair. Romeo swung the chair at Kidman but he ducked and Test got nailed in the back. Billy Kidman then proceeded to dropkick the chair into the face of Kid Romeo before coming off the top with The Shooting Star Press on Test. The referee had recovered and he made the count giving Kidman the victory. Following the match Test was furious at what had just occurred and left the ring in a rage as Kid Romeo pulled himself up on the ring apron.

Backstage Shane McMahon was in his office with Shane Helms, who recently announced that he was coming to Smackdown. They spoke about the inter-promotional match that will take place at Summerslam and then laughed up the thought of the next match, a match that would be Randy Orton’s final as a Smackdown superstar and what better way to go out that to tap your Smackdown career away in The Crippler Crossface. Randy Orton and Chris Benoit both entered the ring; the fans where cheering for Chris Benoit in this back and fourth contest. Randy Orton countered The Crippler Crossface on more than 1 occasion but Chris Benoit found himself a victory of the RKO. Orton couldn’t get the pin on Benoit though and the match continued. As Randy Orton attempted a second RKO, Chris Benoit countered and managed to lock in The Crippler Crossface. It looked like Randy Orton was about to tap when Stephanie McMahon climbed onto the ring apron distracting the referee. Chris Benoit broke the hold and tried to scare Stephanie away when who should come through the crowd by … Triple H! The King of Kings entered the ring from behind armed with his trusty sledgehammer and cracked Benoit from behind. Randy Orton smiled as he covered Chris Benoit for the victory. Stephanie McMahon, Triple H and Randy Orton stood tall in the ring. Stephanie got on the microphone and announced that she was making a change to the Smackdown vs. Raw match at Summerslam, it would now be a tag team match in which Randy Orton and Triple H would face Shane Helms and a Smackdown superstar. Shane McMahon and Shane Helms came out onto the entrance ramp, neither looked impressed but Shane agreed to the change and said that at Summerslam he would not get another superstar to fight his battles but instead would do it himself when he teams with Shane Helms to face Triple H and Randy Orton.

A Lesson in Violence hadn’t found Paul Heyman and went to the ring to try and get some answers. The United States World Heavyweight Champion got on the microphone and demanded that DDP, Rhyno and Christian show themselves because he knew that they had something to do with Paul’s disappearance. All 3 men came out onto the entrance ramp, DDP was on the microphone and he admitted to abducting the ‘fat piece of shit’ and that he would be fine if A Lesson in Violence can play nice tonight and at Summerslam. A Lesson in Violence snapped and met their opponents in the ring entrance isle where all 6 men brawled all over the arena before eventually making it back to the ring where a referee was there to start the match officially. Kronik were the definite muscle in this match as they overpowered and double teamed their opponents many times but eventually the fan favourites overcame this and took the match to a Lesson in Violence. Sean O’Haire was on the receiving end of The Gore, The Unprettier and finally The Diamond Cutter. However Brian Adams and Bryan Clark refused to let things end this way and after a swift brawl and some hard shots they planted Christian with The High Times and put Sean O’Haire on top for the victory. The match was over but the war wasn’t and once again Rhyno and Diamond Dallas Page brawled with Kronik, however this time was a little different as Rhyno and DDP used anything and everything at their disposal. Rhyno Gored Brian Adams through a table whilst DDP wore out Bryan Clark with the kitchen sink, literally. In the ring Christian and Sean O’Haire fought back to their fought, both attempted and connected with a clothesline. Smackdown went off the air leaving us in wonder as to what we will see at Summerslam.

Match Results

- Matt Hardy defeated Johnny the Bull - 75.9%

- Big Vito & Nunzio draw Chavo Guerrero & Rey Mysterio by Double DQ (WWE Tag Titles) - 75.6%

- Billy Kidman defeated Test - 78.1%

- Randy Orton defeated Chris Benoit - 80.9%

- A Lesson in Violence defeated Christian, DDP & Rhyno - 80%

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Without a doubt Sean O’Haire has been the greatest superstar in wrestling this year, he has accomplished so much, winning the World Heavyweight and The United States titles, he main evented Wrestlemania against Batista and won plus he won the first ever 6 man triple cage match to retain his gold. Now he along with Paul Heyman, Brian Adams and Bryan Clark are taking over Smackdown slowly but surely. Christian earned a championship opportunity defeating Batista, Chris Benoit and John Bradshaw Layfield in a fatal 4 way match. Christian has challenged for the gold before but never in a singles match Whilst you might have thought a stable war would come of this feud, it has no as Christian and Test, 2 out of 3 members of Team Charisma have not been seeing eye to eye since and it is not the first time they have had problems. However Test and Kid Romeo are waiting patiently to find out of Christian will remain in Team Charisma. Christian doesn’t want to be distracted from his game and so has put all of that to the back of his mind for now. Christian, DDP and Rhyno have managed to put up a resistance against their Summerslam opponents who call themselves A Lesson in Violence but having been unable to get a fair fight they had to resort to becoming criminals. Christian was partly responsible for the abduction of Paul Heyman in order to force Sean O’Haire into defending the World Heavyweight title against him at Summerslam in what would now be a fair fight. Will Sean be able to defend the title alone? Will Christian’s problems with Team Charisma distract him? Who will walk out as the World Heavyweight Champion?

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Kurt Angle has not had a great winning streak these past few months but despite this he went after Mick Foley feeling that he was a much better wrestler and that his current form was still better than Foley. As you can imagine Mick did not take too well to this and told Kurt that he used to be a top competitor but now he was simply a ‘has been’. Foley said that he had been called a ‘has been’ but he came back and has been reigning as the WWE Champion since. Kurt challenged Foley to a match at Summerslam in which he would have the chance to get some retribution for his attacks and Foley accepted. However Kurt was unhappy to learn about a number 1 contender’s match as he thought that facing Foley at Summerslam would also put the title on the line, but that was not the case. Kurt became involved in the number 1 contender’s match and wiped out both men with a steel chair. The following week Kurt won a triple threat match with the 2 superstars he had knocked out the previous week but he only won because he once again brought a chair into the ring. Now Kurt has a title match against Foley and it will be an unmissable match to be sure.

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When Bryan Clark returned to the WWE he got involved in the very first 6 man triple cage match and one of the men who came face to face with was DDP, costing him the chance to become World Champion for a 4th time. Clark and Page had since feuded back and fourth but DDP was unsuccessful in gaining any sort of victory as Clark remains undefeated to this day. At The Great American Bash these 2 men went 1 on 1 in what was the match of the night but it was not without the interference of the returning Brian Adams who helped Bryan Clark not only defeat Diamond Dallas Page but take him out for a short period of time. Rhyno had problems with former ECW owner Paul Heyman and was quick to come to Page’s aid at The Great American Bash but found himself overpowered by the massive team known as Kronik. DDP and Rhyno, Adams and Clark have been involved in several matches against each other but each time they have been unable to contain the fight inside of the ring and have brawled backstage where ambushes have taken place on more than 1 occasion. However in order to get a fair fight out of Kronik at Summerslam, DDP and Rhyno were part of the plot to successfully abduct Paul Heyman. Will Kronik remain undefeated? Will DDP and Rhyno finally get a measure of revenge? Will the ring be able to contain this much hatred?

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When Stephanie McMahon came to her brother Shane on Smackdown to discus the inter-promotional event known as Summerslam, it came to Shane’s attention that a superstar would be jumping ship from Smackdown to Raw at Summerslam. Shane was so angered by this that he guaranteed Stephanie that he would find someone that was willing to come to Smackdown and that at Summerslam we would see an inter-promotional match between both brands. It became clear later on that night who was jumping ship when Randy Orton delivered a vicious RKO to Shane taking him out for several weeks. However a masked superstar appeared on Smackdown weeks later and assaulted Randy Orton on more than 1 occasion, the assailant was thought to be Shane himself but when Stephanie eventually demanded an answer to who was jumping ship she was surprised when her brother came onto the stage area to join the masked superstar who unveiled himself as Shane Helms formally know as The Hurricane. Neither Randy Orton nor Stephanie McMahon took Shane Helms very seriously but accepted the match for Summerslam. Randy Orton would be taking part in his final Smackdown match and his opponent would be Chris Benoit. Whilst Shane Helms had his final match on Raw against Triple H, Edge and The Big Show, it was simply a hammering. Randy Orton did not fair too well against The Crippler either but in a shocking turn of events Triple H came through the crowd and clocked Benoit with the sledgehammer allowing Randy Orton to get the victory. Following the match Stephanie announced that she was making a change to the Summerslam match and it would be Randy Orton and Triple H against Shane Helms and any other Smackdown superstar. Shane O’Mac announced that he wasn’t going to find someone to team with Shane Helms but in fact he would do it himself!

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Edge believes that he is the great champion to ever walk on gods green earth and he was quoted as saying ‘Ric Flair’s 16 reigns as World Champion doesn’t even compare to any reign I have had because Flair only won using politics’ this quote did not go down to well with Ric who had been training his son David down on development along with a few other superstars. Flair showed up on Raw the next week and took to the ring where he laid into Edge and insulted his reigns as a champion, quoting that ‘your title reigns are shorter than your d***’ much to the fans amusement. Edge came out and assaulted Flair and left him bloodied and battered before challenging Flair to a match at Summerslam. Flair did not return to Raw the following week but was in fact at the development camp training the future superstars. Edge then showed up there where he assaulted Ric in front of his own son David Flair who could do nothing but watch as the R Rated Superstar sent a message to his Summerslam opponent.

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Nobody ever thought they would see this match, the Big Red Machine and The Stinger, in the same ring doing battle, its like something from a horror movie but you can guarantee that when this match does take place it will be off the charts. Sting is a legend all over the world and has come to World Wrestling Entertainment under a year’s contract and he showed up on Raw to save Tajiri from a beating at the hands of The Big Red Machine. Sting would watch Kane’s matches from the rafters each week and every time that he stepped out of line, The Stinger would take to the ring and sort him out. This led to Kane challenging Sting to a match at Summerslam, and Sting had no problems accepting the challenge.

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Perhaps one of the most brutal feuds that has ever taken place, this one goes back to the return edition of Smackdown following the Judgement Day pay per view earlier this year when Booker T and Johnny the Bull paired up to face Ron Killings and Sonny Siaki. In this match Booker got the win over Ron Killings after Sonny Siaki turned on his partner but when JTB celebrated the victory, Booker T felt that he was the only winner of the match and began brawling with his now sworn enemy. These men have taken so many shots at each other that it is almost impossible to list them all but here is simply a quick reminder of what you will have seen. At Survival of the Sickest Johnny the Bull got the biggest win of his career when he defeated Booker T, at The Great American Bash Booker T & Sharmell defeated Christy Hemme and Johnny the Bull. This feud has seen uncontrollable fights with Christy Hemme and Sharmell both suffering injuries due to the feud between the 2 but it was announced by Theodore Long that these 2 men will finally put their differences aside at Summerslam when they face each other in a 3 stages of hell match in a number 1 contenders match for the United States title. Each man got to pick a stipulation for this match, Booker T who grew up on the rough streets of Harlem chose a Street Fight where Johnny the Bull who felt he couldn’t keep Booker T in the ring for long enough chose a steel cage match. Finally in order to determine the final stipulation Christy Hemme and Sharmell would battle for the right to choose the last stipulation. In the end Christy Hemme came out on top and chose a Last Man Standing match, though it may not be required. It was also announced that should Booker T or Johnny the Bull become involved in each others match they would be suspended indefinitely.

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Partially due to the fact that there are fewer slots on the card for this event for an individual brand match, this one was compiled as a way to keep these feuds burning brightly. Since Back Into Your System earlier this year, The Undertaker was being troubled by several satanic followers Raven, Vampire Warrior, Vampiro and Devon Storm and was captured and imprisoned for a while until his unexplainable escape took place which would see him go on to dispose of both Raven and Vampire Warrior leaving only Storm and Vampiro. This is were things got very interesting as Satan came to the WWE taking charge of his remaining minions and eventually facing The Undertaker at The Great American Bash where he defeated him in a graveyard buried alive match. However Satan was less than happy to find out about his survival and despite the fact that he has been challenged to a Hell in a Cell match at Blaze of Glory, he maintains hope that The Undertaker will not return. Satan’s minions Devon Storm and Vampiro had been reigning as the WWE Tag Team champions after defeating Kidman and Nunzio for the gold as Survival of the Sickest but recently lost the titles to Big Vito and Nunzio who at The Great American Bash defeated Billy Kidman and Matt Hardy in a number 1 contender’s match. On that same night Matt turned on Kidman after suffering the loss and has been denying Kidman a one on one match against him claiming that he is unworthy. Theodore Long, stepped in and announced that at Summerslam these 8 men would compete in a tag team match. Will The Undertaker return? Will Kidman win a match against Matt Hardy? Will The Dark Prodigy use their supposed dark abilities to win this match?

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Shawn Michaels has been the Intercontinental Champion for a number of months now and on more than 1 occasion has had run-ins with General Manager Jonathon Coachman and on more than 1 occasion he has felt the Sweet Chin Music. This infuriated The Coach who did everything to hurt Michaels and take the title away from him but failure after failure took place until eventually Rob Conway got a victory over Michaels in a tag team match following an assault with the Intercontinental title belt. The Coach was so impressed that he ordered a title match the next week but Conway didn’t try to take the victory and the title, all he wanted to do was hurt Michaels and he continued to do so by driving him through the announce table with a superplex off a ladder. The Coach then asked Conway to face Shawn Michaels again at Summerslam but this time don’t just hurt him but take the Intercontinental title from him as well.

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Summerslam comes on the air as music plays and pyro explodes all around the arena, we head towards the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Jim Ross] - Ladies and Gentlemen, I am Jim Ross alongside Michael Cole and we welcome you to a Raw and Smackdown production Summerslam! Michael, this arena is jam packed as the fans eagerly anticipate the first event since Wrestlemania in which both brands are under the same roof.

[Michael Cole] - This is going to be an incredible event JR, not only do Raw and Smackdown have matches on tonight’s card but we will also see an inter-promotional tag team match between the two.

[Jim Ross] - That of course will be Triple H and Randy Orton against Shane McMahon and Shane Helms but we have 4 matches from Raw and 4 matches from Smackdown with 3 titles on the line, the Intercontinental, World Heavyweight and WWE Heavyweight Titles.

[Michael Cole] - Our first match of the night will be an 8 man tag team match in which The Dark Prodigy and Matt Hardy take on Billy Kidman, the WWE Tag Team Champions Big Vito and Nunzio and The Undertaker!

The titantron comes to life and we find ourselves backstage with Christian who later tonight will challenge Sean O’Haire for the World Heavyweight title. He is preparing for his match when Test barges into the dressing room and confronts him.

[Test] - You know I am sick of waiting to here your decision or were Romeo and I stand, so its decision time.

[Christian] - Hold up Test, I have a very important match tonight and I don’t want to be distracted from it. DDP and Rhyno may have helped me get Paul Heyman and Kronik out of the equation tonight but that doesn’t mean I can afford to have other things on my mind.

[Test] - I get that but tell me why should Romeo and I stick around and wait for your decision?

[Christian] - Nobody said that you have to wait around on me, Team Charisma can still be Kid Romeo and Test, and I don’t have to give you an answer to stop you being a team.

[Test] - Romeo and I are cool, I know that we have had a couple of problems these past few weeks during matches but the way I see it, that’s your fault!

Christian stands up and comes face to face with Test who stands his ground.

[Christian] - Is that so, well I don’t need to give you an answer, if you want, you can simply walk away!

Christian brushes past Test and leaves the dressing room. The camera turns back to Test who has an evil smile on his face.

[Test] - Oh no, that would be far too easy!

Test smiles evilly as the scene fades to black.

‘Big Vito©, Billy Kidman, Nunzio© & The Undertaker vs. Matt Hardy & The Dark Prodigy’

‘8 Man Tag Team Match’

The Dark Prodigy’s music hits and out from the back comes Devon Storm and Vampiro to some good heat; they make their way down to the ring where they pose. The lights in the arena go out and there is a burst of flame, the lights come back on and Satan is standing in the ring with his minions, together they are getting great heat. Matt Hardy’s music then hits and Version 1 makes his way down to the ring to some good heat. Matt enters the ring showing no fear of Satan and poses. Music plays and out from the back comes Big Vito and Nunzio, the WWE Tag Team champions to some good mixed reactions. They make their way down to the ring but remain on the outside. Billy Kidman’s music then hits and Kidman sprints down to the ring and under the bottom rope to meet Matt Hardy and the 2 are brawling heavily. Devon Storm and Vampiro have now begun brawling with Nunzio and Big Vito whilst Satan remains focused on the entrance ramp, wondering if The Undertaker will really appear. There is a loud gong as The Undertaker’s music hits and the dead man comes out from the back to some great crowd pops. The Undertaker stares at Satan as he walks to the ring. Satan looks furious as The Undertaker steps into the ring, they 2 have come face to face and ‘Undertaker’ chants echo throughout the arena. The 2 then begin brawling; currently they are the only 2 out of the 8 men that are in the ring. Satan is getting the better of the Undertaker as he batters him up against the ropes but Taker scores with punches of his own as he holds nothing back against his arch enemy. Satan reverses an Irish whip; Undertaker stops himself using the ropes. Satan charges in but receives a boot to the face. The Undertaker clotheslines Satan a he staggers back from that move. The Undertaker didn’t take Satan off his feet though. Undertaker tries again but still nothing. Undertaker comes off the ropes, ducks a clothesline and hits a spinning lariat taking Satan down much to the delight of the fans. The Undertaker backs Satan into the corner and then sends him across the ring. Undertaker charges in but receives a back elbow to the face. Satan hits a knee to the gut of The Undertaker and another. Satan sends Undertaker into the ropes and delivers a powerslam for the 2 count. Satan makes the tag to Vampiro.

Vampiro mounts the top turnbuckle as The Undertaker gets back to his feet. Vampiro comes off the top with a nice spinning heel kick. Vampiro quickly into the cover but only gets a 2 count. The Undertaker sits up but Vampiro puts him back on his back with a stiff kick to the chest. Vampiro comes off the ropes, leaps over The Undertaker who is getting back to his feet now. Vampiro attempts a spinning heel kick but gets caught and driven to the mat with a modified powerbomb. The Undertaker makes the tag to Nunzio. Nunzio dropkicks Vampiro and again. Vampiro reverses an Irish whip; Nunzio turns a back body drop attempt into a sunset flip but Vampiro rolls through and dropkicks Nunzio in the face. Vampiro hits a leg drop and then another followed by a knee drop getting a 2 count only. Vampiro makes the tag to Devon Storm. Vampiro and Storm send Nunzio into the ropes; Nunzio ducks a double clothesline and connects with a double dropkick. Nunzio clotheslines Vampiro over the top rope to the outside. Nunzio turns around and is taken down with an enzuguri from Devon Storm. Storm makes the cover but Nunzio gets his foot on the bottom rope. Storm stomps away at Nunzio who rolls from the ring. Devon Storm leaps over the top rope and wipes out Nunzio with a crossbody. Devon Storm repeatedly punches Nunzio before pulling him to his feet and sending him under the bottom rope. Devon Storm sends Nunzio into the corner and hits a corner splash. Devon Storm mounts the 2nd rope and begins to reign down on the head of Nunzio with repeated punches but Nunzio counters into a spinebuster. Nunzio makes the tag to Big Vito who quickly comes off the top with an elbow drop. Vito scales to the top again, diving headbutt followed by the cover but only a 2 count. Big Vito pulls Storm to his feet and hits a boot to the gut and the Implant DDT! Vito has the cover ….1….2….No! Vampiro makes the save and this match breaks down quickly as Nunzio, Kidman, Undertaker, Matt Hardy and Satan enter the ring and the battle continues. The Undertaker gets sent over the top rope by Satan. Satan climbs the turnbuckle but look at this, Billy Kidman nails Satan from behind knocking him all the way to the floor. Matt Hardy clotheslines Billy Kidman from behind and then sends him shoulder first into the ring post.

Nunzio gets back dropped over the top rope by Vampiro. Vampiro runs across the ring and back before diving through the ropes and nailing Nunzio with a suicide dive. Big Vito receives a shot to the head with the WWE Tag Team title, the referee didn’t notice. Devon Storm goes around the ring to help Satan who is being worked over by The Undertaker after taking that plunge from the turnbuckle. The Undertaker hits a back elbow to the face of Devon Storm but Vampiro has become involved and The Undertaker has to fight off both Vampiro and Storm, Satan is recovering and it becomes a 3 on 1. Nunzio and Vito are down and out at ringside whilst in the ring Matt Hardy sets up Kidman for the Twist of Fate but Kidman blocks and quickly turns it into The Kid Krusher! Kidman scales the turnbuckle, Shooting Star Press! Kidman has the cover ….1….2….3!

[Ring Announcer] - The winners of this match, Big Vito, Billy Kidman, Nunzio & The Undertaker!

We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Michael Cole] - What a match JR, this means that Billy Kidman has earned a match against Matt Hardy plus The Undertaker now holds a win over Satan, those 2 will be involved in a Hell in a Cell match at Blaze of Glory next month.

[Jim Ross] - That will be a real slobber knocker, The Undertaker may have never had a challenge quite like Satan but if I know The Undertaker, he will not stay down. It is now time for the first Raw match of the night and it will be Edge taking on Ric Flair.

‘Metalingus’ by Alter Bridge hits and a few moments pass before Edge comes out from the back accompanied by Lita to some good heat from the fans. They make their way down to the ring where they pose. Edge then takes a microphone from the ring announcer.

[Edge] - Cut my damn music! Ric Flair for years you have been going on about how you’re the man, how you’re a 16 time World Heavyweight Champion and how you are and always will be the Nature Boy. Well I’ve got news for you Ric, you not half the man I am, if you were then you would have had the balls to step into the ring with me before tonight but no, you chose to sit at home, nursing an injury you claim to have picked up in your hand. Had you said your back or hip had blown out then I might have believed you, it’s not unusual to have those injuries at your age old man! It’s not hard to be a 16 time World Champion when you’re as old as god but by the time I’m your age Ric, I will have hung up by boots because I will have achieved all I need to and even when I’m your age I will still be The R Rated Superstar. I won’t be a jet flying, limousine riding whatever the hell crap you say you are, I will simply be a man that remembered for his glorious victory over Ric Flair at Summerslam 2006! Now get your old ass down to the ring and prepare to Edge-ecated!

Edge throws down the microphone as Ric Flair’s music hits.

‘Edge w/Lita vs. Ric Flair’

‘Singles Match’

Flair’s music continues to play and eventually he appears out from the back but hold on a second, has Ric Flair just got 30 years younger? Edge can’t hold back his smile as he watches who we now know is not Ric Flair but is in fact his son David Flair, a man that has been under WWE development for quite a while now. The referee doesn’t start the match but simply watches as Edge starts tagging off on David Flair with punches to the face, David falls on his back after each punch. Edge mocks Ric Flair by chopping David back into the ring. Edge whips David across the ring and runs in scoring with a corner clothesline. David staggers out of the corner and falls flat on his face. Edge sets up David for The Spear. David is on his knees begging. Edge walks over and gets a thumb in the eye. David climbs the turnbuckle but gets caught and slammed to the mat by Edge. Edge applies The Figure 4 Leg Lock as a final slap in the face. David is tapping but this isn’t even a match, Edge releases the hold and celebrates. Edge then begins to leave the ring and is half way up the ramp when Ric Flair’s music hits again and The Nature Boy comes out from the back much to the displeasure of The R Rated Superstar. Ric Flair meets Edge in the ring entrance isle and he starts tagging off on him with several punches and chops. Ric Flair sends Edge into the ring apron. Ric Flair runs in but receives a clothesline for his effort. Edge sets up Ric Flair for the spear. Flair dives out of the road and Edge spears the ring steps. Lita mounts Ric Flair from behind but Flair throws her to the floor. Lita gets back to his feet but is knocked to the floor again, this time with a chop.

Ric Flair enters the ring and begins to check on his son David who is still down. Ric helps David to his feet, they share a hug but as Ric Flair turns away David takes something from his tights, it’s a set of brass knuckles. David spins his father around and decks him right in the face busting him wide open in the process. David locks in The Figure 4 Leg Lock but Ric is unconscious. Edge makes it back into the ring. David releases the hold and shakes hands with Edge. David and Edge stomp away at The Nature Boy. Edge sets up Ric for the spear. David whips Ric into the corner, he staggers from the corner and is taken down with The Spear by Edge! Edge makes the cover, the match has now officially started and the referee makes the count ….1….2….3!

[Ring Announcer] - The winner of this match, Edge!

Edge, David Flair and Lita are standing tall in the ring over the motionless body of ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair. David Flair begins stomping away at his father as Edge poses on the turnbuckle celebrating his very easy win over Ric Flair. The 3 then leave the ring together as EMT tend to Ric Flair who is bleeding badly following the shot to the face with the brass knuckles.

We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Jim Ross] - This is sick, this is absolutely sick, David Flair screwing over his own father and joining forces with Edge and Lita.

[Michael Cole] - Both Edge and David Flair will live to regret that JR, Ric Flair is a legend and if there is one thing I know it’s that he didn’t win 16 world titles by taking his enemies lightly.

[Jim Ross] - Clearly Ric didn’t take his son to the wood shed enough times when he was a child, how do you deal with your own son turning against you?

The titantron comes to life and we find ourselves backstage with Brian Adams and Bryan Clark who are warming up for their upcoming tag team match against Diamond Dallas Page and Rhyno. A few moments pass when the United States World Heavyweight Champion walks in looking very serious.

[sean O’Haire] - Tonight we have a very serious situation and a very difficult choice to make, so I must ask both of you to give me your answer now. As it stands Paul Heyman is missing and presumably being held hostage thanks to our opponents for tonight. If I get involved in your match tonight then we won’t see Paul again, if either of you get involved in my match then we don’t get Paul back. I know for a fact that I can defend my World Title tonight, I can defeat Christian on my own but I need to know, can you two pull of your match against DDP and Rhyno?

[bryan Clark] - Sean, since I came to the WWE both you and Paul have stood by me, you brought me back to the company and gave me hope for the future. Paul then brought in Adams and we reformed the glorious team that we used to be and as it stands I am undefeated here in the WWE since my return. You can definitely count on me.

[brian Adams] - I too am very grateful to both you, Paul and Bryan here for bringing me back to the company and I won’t let any of you down, of course we can handle our match tonight. We will do anything to get Paul back.

[sean O’Haire] - Your loyalty to this group will be rewarded, now go out to that ring and show Rhyno and Diamond Dallas Page just how dangerous you really are!

Adams and Clark walk out of the dressing room, it seems that Sean O’Haire is completely focused on the task that lies ahead of him and has motivated his team mates too. The scene then fades to black.

‘Diamond Dallas Page & Rhyno vs. Kronik’

‘Tag Team Match’

Rhyno’s music hits first and ‘The Man Beast’ Rhyno comes out from the back to some good crowd pops. Rhyno makes his way down to the ring where he poses for the fans. Diamond Dallas Page’s music then hits and ‘The King of Badda Bing’ Diamond Dallas Page comes out from the back to some great crowd pops. DDP then makes his way down to the ring where he poses giving the sign of the Diamond Cutter, the fans respond with the same gesture. DDP and Rhyno look ready for their task. The words ‘Here Is A Lesson In … Violence’ echo through the arena and music begins to play, Brian Adams and Bryan Clark come out from the back to some good heat. The team known as Kronik make their way down to the ring where they pose on the turnbuckles. The referee has some words with both teams and then starts the match but his words had little impact as the 2 teams immediately begin brawling. Rhyno ducks a lariat from Brian Adams and begins tagging off on him with punches and chops. Adams reverses an Irish whip; Rhyno comes off the ropes, Gore! Gore! Gore! Rhyno took down Brian Adams with his lethal finisher but already Brian Adams is getting back to his feet. Rhyno charges in again but this time Brian Adams sidesteps and sends Rhyno over the top rope to the floor. Adams is holding his ribs after that manoeuvre but Rhyno. DDP gets sent into the corner by Bryan Clark. Clark charges in but receives a boot to the face. DDP scores with lefts and rights to the face. Clark ducks a discus lariat but DDP hits a back elbow to the face which causes Bryan Clark to stagger backwards into the corner. DDP mounts the 2nd rope and reigns down on the head of Bryan Clark with repeated punches. DDP dismounts, Clark staggers from the corner, and DDP clotheslines him over the top rope to the outside. DDP turns around and receives a clothesline with compliments of Brian Adams. Adams hits a knee to the gut of DDP and then a knee to the face. Brian Adams sets DDP for a suplex but DDP escapes with a float over. Adams hits a back elbow to the face of DDP and then comes off the ropes; DDP ducks a clothesline and hits a boot to the gut followed by a ddt for a 2 count.

DDP makes the tag to Rhyno. Rhyno stomps Brian Adams as he gets to his feet. Brian Adams rakes the eyes of Rhyno and then whips him into the corner before hitting a corner clothesline. Brian Adams takes Rhyno up top and is looking to hit a superplex but Rhyno is fighting off the hold. However Bryan Clark comes along the ring apron and nails Rhyno with a clubbing blow to the back of the head. Brian Adams manages to deliver a superplex and follows up with a cover for the 2 count. Adams pulls Rhyno to his feet and applies an arm wringer before tagging Bryan Clark. Bryan Clark hits a punch to the kidney of Rhyno. Brian Adams applies a full nelson on Rhyno and Bryan Clark works over Rhyno with more punches and a few chops. The referee sends Brian Adams to the ring apron. Bryan Clark hits a boot to the gut of Rhyno and then sends him into the ropes; Rhyno ducks a big boot but gets clotheslined from behind by Brian Adams. Rhyno staggers forward and Bryan Clark delivers a vicious powerbomb for a 2 count which DDP has to break up. Bryan Clark pulls Rhyno to his feet and hits a knee to the gut before sending Rhyno shoulder first into the ring post. Bryan Clark hits a few boots to the ribs. Bryan Clark puts Rhyno in the tree of woe and then tries to get DDP to get into the ring. DDP is getting in but the referee is trying to stop him. Brian Adams is on the outside stretching back the neck of Rhyno whilst Bryan Clark hits repeated boots to the chest. DDP goes back to the outside; Brian Adams walks away like he did nothing. Bryan Clark releases Rhyno. Clark pulls Rhyno to his feet and takes him into the corner where he tags Brian Adams. Adams and Clark work over Rhyno in the corner and make quick tags. Adams and Clark whip Rhyno into the ropes and attempt a double clothesline but Rhyno ducks and comes off the ropes with a double clothesline of his own. Rhyno crawls to the corner and tags DDP. DDP is tagging off on both Bryan Clark and Brian Adams. DDP clotheslines Bryan Clark to the outside before hitting an atomic drop and discus lariat on Brian Adams.

DDP is signalling for The Diamond Cutter. Brian Adams slowly gets back to his feet. DDP looks to hit The Diamond Cutter but Brian Adams counters and sends DDP into the ropes. DDP gets knocked through the ropes with a big boot from Brian Adams. Bryan Clark pulls DDP to his feet and looks to send him into the ring steps but DDP counters and Clark goes flying into them. Brian Adams comes to the outside and begins brawling with Page. Page hits a knee to the gut and then a swinging neckbreaker. DDP breaks the referees count and then goes back to the outside where Brian Adams is already getting back to his feet. Bryan Clark is getting back to his feet too but Rhyno has recovered and he runs along the ring apron and dives off the ring apron hitting The Gore on Bryan Clark! DDP clotheslines Brian Adams over the barricade and then follows him out. DDP and Brian Adams are brawling in the front row of ringside. Rhyno and Bryan Clark are both down at ringside. Brian Adams hits a big boot to the face of DDP who gets knocked backwards over the barricade back to ringside. Brian Adams goes back to ringside and looks to hit The Full Nelson Slam as DDP gets back to his feet but DDP hits a back kick low blow and The Diamond Cutter! All 4 men are down at ringside as the referee counts 10.

[Ring Announcer] -This match has been deemed a draw due to a double count-out!

Diamond Dallas Page fights back to his feet and helps Rhyno who is holding his shoulder, haven already hit The Gore on 2 much larger opponents and went shoulder first into the ring post. DDP and Rhyno are heading backstage, they may not have won the match but they didn’t lose it either.

Kronik are recovering from what was an out of control match. Brian Adams and Bryan Clark don’t look happy in the least. Bryan Clark grabs the microphone from the ring announcer.

[bryan Clark] - Listen to me you pieces of s***, this isn’t over! Not by a long shot, we will see you both on Smackdown!

Neither Diamond Dallas Page nor Rhyno look concerned as they head backstage. Brian Adams and Bryan Clark regroup and head backstage too. We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Michael Cole] - This feud is uncontrollable JR, for weeks these 2 teams have been at each others throats and each time it gets out of hand.

[Jim Ross] - No winner for the match but I would watch this one again Michael, It was a real slobber knocker. 3 matches have been and gone but we have a whole lot of action still to come with our first title match up next between Rob Conway and Shawn Michaels.

The titantron comes to life and we find ourselves backstage were Jonathon Coachman is walking through the halls of the building, he turns the corner and runs into Rob Conway.

[Jonathon Coachman] - Rob, just the man that I was looking for. Stephanie and I have given you the biggest opportunity you are likely to receive; we have given you not only an Intercontinental title match but a chance to defeat a legend like Shawn Michaels to capture your first major title.

[Rob Conway] - I know and I am eternally grateful for this opportunity and I will not only beat Shawn Michaels and take his Intercontinental championship but I will take his career too.

[Jonathon Coachman] - That’s it that is exactly what I want. Shawn Michaels is a pain in my ass and a problem which needs to be rectified before it gets out of hand, so just to let you know, that if you fail tonight, don’ expect a title shot for a very, very long time!

[Rob Conway] - I won’t fail, you can count on me!

Rob Conway brushes past Jonathon Coachman as he heads for his match against Shawn Michaels. The scene then fades to black.

‘Rob Conway vs. Shawn Michaels©’

‘Intercontinental Title’

Rob Conway’s music hits and the challenger makes his way down to the ring getting some decent heat from the fans. Conway enters the ring and poses. Shawn Michaels music then hits and the Intercontinental champion comes out from the back and makes his way down to the ring getting some great crowd pops. Michaels is posing for the fans when Conway having grabbed a steel chair cracks Michaels across the back before the match has even begun. Conway throws the steel chair down in the corner and tells the referee to start the match. The referee does so in fear of Conway who quickly makes the cover ….1….2….No! Shawn Michaels kicked out. Conway makes the cover again ….1….2….No! Michaels once again kicked out. Conway pulls Michaels to his feet and sends him into the corner before hitting a running back elbow to the face. Conway delivers repeated punches and chops to Michaels. Conway mounts the 2nd turnbuckle and reigns down on the head of Shawn Michaels with repeated punches as he wears down the champion. Conway dismounts and delivers repeated shoulders to the mid section before stomping a mud hole in HBK. Rob Conway sticks a boot in the throat of Shawn Michaels and chokes him out. The referee has words with Conway who ignores him before pulling Michaels to his feet and sending him shoulder first into the ring post. Rob Conway delivers clubbing blows to the back of Shawn Michaels. Conway sends Michaels into the ropes and hits a back body drop. Michaels is back on his feet briefly before being taken down again with a powerful clothesline. Conway delivers a knee drop and makes the cover but only manages to get a 2 count. Rob Conway pulls Shawn Michaels to his feet and delivers a series of scoop slams in the centre of the ring. Conway mounts the turnbuckle and leaps trying to hit a senton splash but Michaels’ rolls out of the way and Conway hits hard. Michaels’ fights to his feet, Conway is back on his feet and charges in but gets back dropped over the top rope onto the ring apron. Conway uses Michaels’ hair to slam him to the canvas. Rob Conway re-enters the ring as Michaels’ rolls to his gut trying to fight to his feet again having already endured a very physical beating that began with a steel chair shot to the back. Conway hits several boots to the ribs of HBK who rolls from the ring in agony.

Conway goes to the outside and grabs Michaels from behind but receives a back elbow to the face. Shawn Michaels hits several chops to the chest of Rob Conway before bouncing his head off the ring apron a number of times. Conway gets tossed into the barricade by HBK. Michaels hits a running boot to the face of Conway before pulling him to his feet but Conway rakes the eyes of The Heart Break Kid and tosses him into the ring steps. Conway pulls Shawn Michaels to his feet and hits the snake eyes on the ring apron. Conway tosses Heart Break Kid into the ring and climbs in. Rob Conway is looking to end the match now as he sets Michaels for a Piledriver but Michaels’ counters into an incredible huricanranna sending Conway into the referee and knocking him out cold. Both men are fighting back to their feet as Jonathon Coachman sprints towards the ring. The Coach slides into the ring and starts punching Shawn Michaels as he struggles to get up. Conway joins in they stomp a mud hole in The Heart Break Kid. The Coach and Conway pull Shawn Michaels to his feet and send him into the ropes before hitting a double clothesline. Rob Conway picks up the steel chair and Coach is holding Michaels’ open but The Coach can’t overpower Shawn Michaels and he gets out of the way as Conway delivers a chair shot to the head of Jonathon Coachman. Conway turns back around to face Michaels’ who delivers a Sweet Chin Music hitting the chair and knocking it into the face of Rob Conway. However the referee is still down. Shawn Michaels musters up the strength to climb the turnbuckle before delivering a diving elbow drop on The Coach. The referee is coming around but so is Conway. Conway is staggered though, Michaels’ is tuning up the band. Conway turns around, Sweet Chin Music! Shawn Michaels makes the cover ….1….2….3!

[Ring Announcer] - The winner of this match and still Intercontinental champion, Shawn Michaels!

The titantron comes to life and we find ourselves backstage where Booker T and Sharmell are seen alongside Stevie Richards. Booker T looks focused and ready for his match tonight.

[stevie Richards] - This is Stevie Richards and I am backstage with a man that could very well be challenging for the United States title at Smackdown’s next pay per view, Blaze of Glory. Booker, your feud with Johnny the Bull goes back months and despite the fact that you have faced each other so many times, you still cannot put your differences aside and get on with what is really important, becoming a challenger for the World Heavyweight title.

[booker T] - Tell me you did not just say that!

[stevie Richards] - Well Booker it does seem …

[booker T] - Tell me you did not just say that! I am Booker T, I am a 5 time, 5 time, 5 time, 5 time, 5 time World Heavyweight champion and I would like nothing more than to add another World Title to my already impressive résumé but you see Johnny the Bull is the one who can’t drop it, I beat him at The Great American Bash and still he came back for more but not because he wanted to get a little bit of revenge for what happened to Christy Hemme but because he knows without me, without our rivalry he will simply disappear and be forgotten about. Johnny the Bull, you got to chose a cage match and the Last Man Standing match but once I am done with you in the street fight, I will drag you to that ring, throw you into that cage and make you suffer so badly, make you bleed from every pour in your body till you are virtually unrecognisable! We won’t even need to go to the Last Man Standing match but I guarantee you that once tonight is over, I will be the only … man … standing! Now can you dig that sucka!

Booker T walks off with Sharmell as the scene fades to black.

We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Jim Ross] - Shawn Michaels has once again overcome the odds despite taking a hard beating at the hands of Rob Conway and that steel chair. The Coach may also have learned not to mess with HBK.

[Michael Cole] - Michaels is going to be hurting for a while JR after that match but what about our next match? Ladies and Gentlemen it will be a 3 stages of hell match between Booker T & Johnny the Bull, the matches will be in order a street fight, a steel cage match and should we need it the 2 superstars will be involved in a Last Man Standing match.

‘#1 Contender for the United States Title’

‘Booker T vs. Johnny the Bull’

‘3 Stages Of Hell Match’

Johnny the Bull’s music hits and a few moments pass before Johnny ‘The Bull’ Stamboli comes out from the back to some good crowd pops. Johnny makes his way down to the ring armed with a steel chain. Johnny enters the ring and poses for the fans. The words ‘Can You Dig It Sucka’ echo throughout the arena as Booker T comes out from the back to some good heat. Booker T poses on the entrance ramp as pyro goes off behind him. Johnny the Bull runs up the ramp leaving his steal chain in the ring. Booker T and Johnny are brawling in the ring entrance isle; the match has officially started as it is a street fight. Johnny is getting the better of Booker T as he beats him back up the ramp but Booker with a rake in the eyes of Johnny. Johnny ducks The Harlem Side Kick which would have knocked him off the ring apron. Johnny quickly takes Booker T shoulder high for The Mamaluke DDT but Booker T escapes and tags off on Johnny with repeated punches and chops. Booker T is beating Johnny back down the ramp. Johnny reverses an Irish whip and Booker T gets sent into the barricade. Johnny charges in but Booker T backdrops Johnny over the barricade or so he thinks. Booker T turns around and finds Johnny gained his balance on the barricade and he hits a spinning heel kick on Booker earning a 2 count. Johnny goes under the ring and takes a table which he sets up at ringside. Johnny sets Booker T for a suplex which would see him go through the table but Booker T blocks and attempts a suplex of his own but Johnny counters and clotheslines Booker from behind. Johnny sends Booker crashing into the ring steps. Johnny the Bull is under the ring again and this time comes out with a trash can which he nails Booker T across the head with. Johnny throws the trash can into the ring as Booker T struggles back to his feet. Johnny throws Booker T over the barricade into the front row of ringside. Johnny climbs into the ring and onto the turnbuckle, what is Johnny doing? Booker T is getting back to his feet. Johnny leaps and clears the barricade nailing Booker T with a clothesline. ‘Holy Shit’ chants echo throughout the arena. Johnny and Booker T fight back to their feet. Johnny and Booker T brawl through the fans and several weapons come to use including a trash can and a bottle of water.

Booker T snatches a crutch away from a fan and proceeds to crack it across the back of Johnny the Bull. Booker T makes the cover but only gets a 2 count. Booker T pulls Johnny to his feet and throws him through a swing door into the halls of the arena. Johnny struggles to his feet. Booker T has a lead pipe from some scaffolding, he swings but Johnny ducks and Booker T hits the wall hurting his hand with the vibrations. Johnny hits an atomic drop and a dropkick which crushes Booker T against the wall. Johnny is back on his feet; Booker T is crawling along the floor. Johnny scores with several boots to the ribs. Johnny pulls Booker T to his feet and the 2 brawl through the halls of the arena. Booker T reverses an Irish whip and Johnny the Bull gets sent into a door. Booker T connects with The Harlem Side Kick sending Johnny crashing through the door and tearing it clean off its hinges. Both men are now in the parking lot. Booker T covers Johnny but only gets a 2 count. Booker T pulls Johnny to his feet and throws him onto the bonnet of a car. Booker T climbs onto the car and suplexes Johnny from the bonnet onto the roof which a brutal crack as the windscreen cracks. Booker makes the cover ….1….2….No! Johnny barely kicked out. Booker T pulls Johnny to his feet and sets him for The Book End but Johnny blocks and drops to his knees scoring with a low blow. Johnny hits a suplex off the roof of the car onto the concrete. Both men are hurt as a result but Johnny gets the cover ….1….2….No! If only Johnny had got the cover a little quicker. Both men are struggling back to their feet. Booker ducks a lariat and hits a back elbow to the face. Booker and Johnny are brawling back into the arena. They find themselves back on the entrance ramp where Booker T hits a spinebuster on the steel. Booker with the cover ….1….2….No! Johnny managed to kick out. Booker T pulls Johnny to his feet and takes him down to the ring where he throws him under the bottom rope. Booker T goes under the ring and takes out a 2nd table and a ladder. Booker slides them both into the ring. Booker places the table in the centre of the ring and sets up the ladder in the corner.

Johnny is getting back to his feet. Booker T hits a boot to the gut and comes off the ropes, Scissors Kick! No! Johnny sidesteps and comes off the ropes with a spear. Johnny pulls Booker T to his feet, Mamaluke DDT! Johnny makes the cover ….1….2….3! Johnny the Bull has won the street fight!

Booker T chose the match and he lost it 2. Both men are down in the ring though as the cage begins to lower around them for the 2nd match in this three stages of hell match. Inside of the ring a table, ladder, trash can and steel chain are still lying. The cage has completely lowered around them and Johnny is getting back to his feet, Booker T rolls to his gut and crawls to the ropes knowing that he must win this one if he hopes to keep his dream of challenging for the United States title alive. Johnny bounces Booker T’s head off the top turnbuckle. Johnny mounts the 2nd rope and reigns down on the head of Booker with repeated punches to the face. Booker T scores with a low blow before hitting the snake eyes driving Johnny face first into the top turnbuckle and busting him wide open. Booker T recovers and lays into a bloody Johnny with punches. Booker T whips Johnny into the ropes and hits a back body drop. Booker T throws Johnny into the cage wall and again and a third time. Booker T moves the table out of the way and takes the ladder shoulder high. Johnny struggles to his feet with use of the ropes. Booker T rams the ladder into the face of Johnny Stamboli. Booker T is handing out a lot of punishment and doesn’t look interested in getting a victory yet as Johnny is incapacitated allowing Booker to do whatever he wants. Booker leans the ladder against the turnbuckle. Booker T whips Johnny into the ladder. Johnny is laid out against the ladder. Booker T hangs Johnny in the tree of woe from the ladder and works over him with repeated punches and chops. Booker releases Johnny and picks up the steel chain in which Johnny brought to the ring at the start of the match. Booker T repeatedly whips Johnny across the back with the chain.

Booker is stalking Johnny who struggles back to his feet, Book End! No! Johnny blocks and delivers the STO. Both men are struggling back to their feet; Johnny is covered in blood as he tags off on Booker with repeated punches. Johnny scores with a boot to the gut followed by an enzuguri. Johnny moves the table to the centre of the ring and sets up the ladder once more. Johnny sends Booker T face first into the cage wall before delivering a Samoan drop. Johnny lays Booker T on the table and begins slowly climbing the ladder. Johnny reaches the top; Booker T is motionless on the table. Johnny poses before leaping off the ladder with a frog splash but Booker T moves out of the way and Johnny crashes through the table. Booker T pulls Johnny to his feet, Book End! Booker T makes the cover ….1….2….3! Booker T has won the cage match!

It is now 1 fall to each man having won the matches that they did not chose but now its time for the Last Man Standing match where your endurance level is bound to come into play. Booker T takes some time to recover and the referee gives Johnny a minute before he begins to make the 10 count. As the referee get to 7 Johnny rolls out of the ring and is on his feet, breaking the count. Booker T goes to the outside where he clotheslines Johnny from behind. Booker T takes Johnny shoulder high and looks to drive him into the ring post but Johnny counters and sends Booker crashing into the ring post. Johnny has a steel chair, he swings but Booker ducks out of the way. Booker rolls back into the ring. Johnny follows him in. Booker picks up the trash can and goes for Johnny but the Bull hits a shot to the gut of Booker using the chair. Booker is staggered; Johnny comes off the ropes and nails Booker T across the head with the steel chair busting him open. The referee is putting the count to both men as Johnny went down on the recoil from the chair shot. The referee gets to 8 and both men are getting back to their feet. Booker knows that he is bleeding now. Johnny whips Booker into the ropes and attempts a back body drop but Booker blocks with a boot to the chest followed by The Harlem Side Kick. The referee gets to 8 and Johnny is back on his feet. Booker T is climbing the turnbuckle and he leaps scoring with a missile dropkick. Both men fight back to their feet. Booker T hits a boot to the gut of Johnny and comes off the ropes, Scissors Kick! It has to be over. The referee gets to 9 and Johnny amazingly has gotten back to his feet. Booker T can’t believe it having thrown the kitchen sink at him on more than 1 occasion during this brutal 3 stages of hell match and still Johnny is able to get back to his feet. Booker chops Johnny into the corner and takes him up top. Booker T looks to hit a superplex but Johnny counters and sends Booker crashing back into the ring. Johnny comes off the top with his signature leg drop. Johnny pulls himself up on the ropes as the referee puts the count to Booker who makes it to his feet at 8.

Johnny takes Booker T shoulder high, Mamaluke DDT! No! Booker blocks, Book End! No! Johnny blocks and clotheslines Booker T over the top rope onto the ring apron. Booker T pulls himself back to his feet. Johnny hotshots Booker across the top rope and Booker is teetering over the table that is still set up at ringside. Johnny nails Booker T with the trash can but he refuses to fall from the ring apron. Johnny hits Booker again. Johnny suplexes Booker back into the ring having failed to knock him off the ring apron. Johnny picks up the ladder and runs at Booker T hitting him in the face and knocking him over the top rope to the floor. Booker T is unconscious but Johnny doesn’t look finished as he drives Booker T head first into the ring post before delivering a front powerslam. Johnny lays Booker T on the table. Johnny sets up the ladder in the ring and is climbing it, No Johnny No! Johnny checks that Booker is still there and hits an amazing Moonsault from the ladder to the outside driving Booker T and himself through the table. Both men are out cold and we may not have a winner as the referee makes the count. Johnny reaches up and grabs the barricade and struggles to gain some balance as the referee finally reaches 10.

[Ring Announcer] - The winner of this match, Johnny the Bull!

EMT are making their way down to the ring were they tend to both men are seem to be hurt quite badly but Johnny fights them away as Christy runs down to the ring. Johnny and Christy share a hug and celebrate the victory as they make their way up the ramp to the back.

EMT transport Booker onto a stretcher and wheel him from the arena, this has been a brutal match and could have disastrous consequences for Booker T and maybe Johnny too.

We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Michael Cole] - What a match! Johnny the Bull comes out on top but neither he nor Booker T will ever be the same again after that one.

[Jim Ross] - I don’t think I’ve ever seen a match quite like that, it was a true blood feud and I take my hat off to both superstars and I pray that Booker T is alright.

[Michael Cole] - As do we all JR, up next it will be an inter-promotional match in which Shane McMahon teams with Smackdown’s newest superstar Shane Helms to the face the team of Triple H and Randy Orton who recently moved to Raw.

Shane McMahon’s music hits and the owner of the Smackdown brand comes out from the back along with Shane Helms to some good crowd pops, they make their way down to the ring where Shane McMahon takes a microphone from the ring announcer. There seems to be a definite division in the fans as far as Raw and Smackdown are concerned.

[shane McMahon] - This might be a bit late but … Welcome to WWE Summerslam, this is the first time that both Raw and Smackdown have come together for a pay per view since Wrestlemania this year and back then it was Raw that was still high above Smackdown in ratings. Smackdown was still being buried by the once dominant show known as Raw but things have changed. Smackdown is now the top brand in sports entertainment and as far as I can tell, everybody on this shows roster is happy. Randy Orton was an anomaly that despite his great amounts of talent had no desire to use it for anything except handouts, that is why he went to Raw because Smackdown is a show were each superstar must earn their title shots and earn their right to step into the ring with the top superstars like our WWE Tag Team champions Big Vito and Nunzio, like our Red Bull champion Sonny Siaki, like our United States World Heavyweight Champion Sean O’Haire! However the champions on Raw might feel they are better than the champions on Smackdown so how about next month live on pay per view, between the Raw and Smackdown pay per views, we have a Night of Champions! The Raw champions versus the Smackdown champions plus a very special 10 man elimination tag team match where Raw and Smackdown can compete to determine who has the better brand!

There is a lot of cheering; both sets of fans seem to like the idea as Shane McMahon hands over the microphone to Shane Helms.

[shane Helms] - Tonight for the first time in a very long time, I feel like I am stepping into the ring as an equal. Whilst on Raw I was used as nothing more than a punch bag and no matter how many times I complained I was always told that if I don’t like it I could always walk away. Well Stephanie I have walked away but not from the company but to a place that I feel is my real home, Shane Helms is now on Smackdown and tonight I get the opportunity to finally look into the eyes of your husband and know that I can and will be able to put that dog down and that is going to be the stepping stone of my career!

Shane Helms hands the microphone to the ring announcer and the pair prepare for action.

‘Randy Orton & Triple H w/Stephanie McMahon vs. Shane Helms & Shane McMahon’

‘Inter-promotional Tag Team Match’

Randy Orton’s music hits and the man that used to represent Smackdown comes out onto the entrance ramp and poses getting great heat from the fans. Randy Orton makes his way down to the ring where he enters showing no fear of his opponents. Orton mounts the 2nd rope and continues posing for the fans. The music changes as the words ‘Time To Play The Game’ hit and out from the back comes Triple H and the owner of the Raw brand Stephanie McMahon to great heat from the fans. The Raw couple make their way down to the ring where Triple H poses for the fans whilst Stephanie shouts threats to Shane Helms and Shane McMahon who are standing in the corner. The referee ushers Stephanie from the ring and then starts the match and it looks like Triple H will start off against Shane McMahon, they stalk each other when Randy Orton gets into the ring and clotheslines Shane McMahon from behind. Triple H goes to the ring apron and it looks like that was simply a swerve to get control of the match early. Randy Orton stomps away at Shane who is getting back to his feet. Orton beats Shane McMahon against the ropes with repeated punches. Orton whips McMahon into the ropes; McMahon ducks a clothesline and hits a boot to the gut followed by several punches of his own. Shane whips Orton into the ropes and looks to hit a back body drop but Randy hits a boot to the chest followed by a clothesline taking down his former boss. Orton pulls Shane O’Mac to his feet and throws him into the corner. Orton repeatedly chops McMahon before making the tag to Triple H. Triple H uses an arm wringer on Shane before hitting a short arm clothesline. Triple H covers Shane O’Mac and gets a 2 count. Triple H pulls Shane to his feet and whips him into the ropes. Shane stops himself using the ropes. Triple H charges in and gets back dropped over the top rope but only as far as the ring apron. Shane executes a dropkick knocking Triple H off the ring apron and almost into Stephanie but she moves out of the way as Triple H crashes into the barricade. Shane McMahon makes the tag to Shane Helms. Shane Helms is climbing the turnbuckle; Triple H gets back to his feet and Helms leaps to the outside wiping out The Game with a crossbody. Shane Helms tosses Triple H back into the ring and follows him in.

Shane Helms makes the cover but only just gets a 2 count. Shane Helms climbs the turnbuckle again as Triple H gets to his feet only to be taken down with a clothesline this time. Shane Helms with another cover and gets yet another 2 count. Shane Helms pulls Triple H to his feet and whips him into the corner. Helms charges in but misses a corner splash. Triple H delivers a spinebuster on Shane Helms and makes the cover for a 2 count. Triple H delivers a few knee drops to Shane Helms getting yet another 2 count. The Game makes the tag to Randy Orton. Orton mounts the 2nd rope as Triple H holds Shane Helms open. Orton comes off the top delivering a punch to the bread basket. Randy Orton drops Shane Helms with a European uppercut. Helms is getting back to his feet. Orton whips Helms into the corner and charges in but Helms gets the boots up in the face of Orton. Shane Helms delivers a neckbreaker to Randy Orton and then makes the tag to Shane McMahon. McMahon and Helms make quick tags as they double over The Legend Killer in the corner. McMahon and Helms whip Orton into the ropes and deliver a double slapjack. Shane Helms makes the cover ….1….2….No! Orton barely kicked out of that one. Shane Helms applies a standing leg lock but Orton counters with a boot to the face. Orton fights back to his feet. Helms ducks a clothesline and delivers a back elbow to the face before coming off the ropes and delivering a headscissors takeover. Shane Helms is looking to hit The Nightmare on Helms street but Orton sidesteps and hits a low blow. Shane Helms gets driven into the canvas with a back suplex. Orton makes the cover but only gets a 2 count thanks to Shane McMahon’s interference. Randy Orton makes the tag to Triple H. The Game applies an Indian death lock on Shane Helms. Shane McMahon is climbing the turnbuckle though and he leaps from the top delivering an elbow drop on Triple H to break the hold.

Shane Helms crawls to the corner and tags Shane McMahon. Shane takes down Triple H with a clothesline and another clothesline. McMahon hits an atomic drop followed by an enzuguri getting a close 3 count. Randy Orton is in the ring though, McMahon ducks a clothesline from Randy Orton and dropkicks Orton sending him chest first into the turnbuckle. Shane whips Orton across the ring and charges in hitting a corner clothesline. Orton staggers from the corner and gets knocked over the top to the outside with a clothesline. Shane McMahon turns his attention back to Triple H who hits a flying knee to the face of Shane McMahon. Triple H pulls Shane to his feet and uses an arm wringer before hitting several chops to the chest. Triple H delivers a ddt on Shane McMahon and makes the cover ….1….2….No! Shane Helms breaks up the pin attempt. The referee removes Helms from the ring but Stephanie has slid the sledgehammer into the ring to Triple H. Helms notices and tries to stay in the ring in attempts to get the hammer but he is only successful in distracting the referee. Triple H is setting up Shane but Shane ducks and delivers a stiff kick to the testicular regions of his brother in law. That will stop Shane having anymore nephews for a while. Shane now has the sledgehammer and he decks Triple H across the head. Shane quickly slides the hammer out of the ring and makes the cover. Helms steps from the ring ….1….2….No! Stephanie pulls the referee from the ring. Stephanie and the referee are having words. Orton is back in the ring and has the sledgehammer but Shane Helms quickly enters the ring and gets nailed in the gut with the hammer. Shane O’Mac grabs the sledgehammer from Orton though and chases Orton out of the ring with it. The referee is back in the ring though and he sees Triple H down and bleeding and Shane McMahon with the sledgehammer. The referee calls for the bell.

[Ring Announcer] - The winners of this match by disqualification, Randy Orton & Triple H!

We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Michael Cole] - What the hell? Triple H brought the sledgehammer into the ring and it’s Shane McMahon that’s gets disqualified for trying to defend himself.

[Jim Ross] - Well Triple H paid a heavy price by taking a shot to the head from the sledgehammer but I would like to have seen what would have happened had the sledgehammer not come into play. Now Michael, this will be a wonderful match because for the first time it will be Kane versus Sting!

The lights in the arena go out and Sting’s music hits to a backing of white flickering lights, we watch the entrance ramp carefully but there is no sign of The Stinger. Hold on a second, something is coming from above, what is that? Its Sting!

Sting drops down from the rafters for the first time in years and the fans love it. Sting unhooks himself from the harness and poses for the fans who love him.

‘Kane vs. Sting’

‘Singles Match’

Kane’s music hits and pyro explodes on the entrance ramp as The Big Red Machine comes out from the back to some good heat from the fans. Kane makes his way down to the ring where he poses, this time pyro explodes from the turnbuckles. Sting and Kane stare each other down as the referee starts the match. Both men tie up and Kane overpowers Sting driving him back into the corner but the Stinger ducks a chop attempt and scores with punches, boots and chops to Kane as he quickly works over The Big Red Machine in the corner. Kane reverses an Irish whip sending Sting across the ring. Kane charges in, Sting ducks out of the way of a corner clothesline and once again connects with punches, chops and boots as he wears down his opponent in the corner. Sting mounts the 2nd rope and begins reigning down on the head of Kane with repeated punches but Kane dumps Sting over the top rope onto the ring apron. Sting lands on his feet and hotshots Kane across the top rope. The Stinger quickly goes up top, Kane is back on his feet for a brief second before Sting connects with a crossbody getting a 2 count but Kane kicked out with authority. Kane is back on his feet, Sting scores with a kick to the gut but Kane reverses an Irish whip and attempts a back drop but Sting blocks with a boot to the chest. Sting comes off the ropes and ducks a clothesline before scoring with a clothesline of his own. Kane just can’t get on track in this match. Sting repeatedly boots, punches and chops Kane before whipping him into the corner. Sting charges in, Stinger Splash! No! Kane got the boot up this time and Sting staggers. Kane delivers a thunderous clothesline taking The Stinger off his feet. Kane chokes out Sting before pulling him back to his feet. Kane scores with a headbutt sending Sting staggering back into the corner. Kane delivers repeated back elbows to the face before choking out Sting with a boot in the throat. Kane whips Sting across the ring and is quick to charge in with a corner clothesline. Sting gets whipped across the ring again; Kane is quick to deliver a second corner clothesline. Sting staggers from the corner and is driven into the canvas with a sidewalk slam getting Kane a 2 count.

Kane repeatedly punches Sting as he backs him into the ropes. Kane sends Sting into the ropes; Sting stops himself using the ropes. Kane charges in, Sting drops the top rope and Kane goes to the floor but lands on his feet. Kane pulls Sting under the bottom rope and hits an uppercut before taking Sting shoulder high and simply dropping him across the announce table. Kane scores with back elbows and uppercuts before throwing The Stinger into the ring steps. Kane throws Sting back into the ring and is now mounting the turnbuckle. Sting slowly gets to his feet; Kane comes off the top delivering a clothesline and getting yet another 2 count over Sting. Kane is calling for it; it could be time for The Chokeslam as Sting staggers back to his feet. Kane grabs Sting by the throat, Chokeslam, No! Sting counters into a tornado ddt. Sting and Kane fight back to their feet. Sting ducks a clothesline and delivers a dropkick to the back sending Kane into the ropes and staggering back, Sting attempts The Scorpion Death Drop but Kane blocks and escapes before driving Sting into the canvas with a front powerslam. Kane pulls Sting to his feet and is setting him for a powerbomb and he delivers it! Kane makes the cover ….1….2….No! Sting kicked out. Kane can’t believe it and furiously grips Sting by the throat. Kane hoists Sting to his feet and drives him into the canvas, Chokeslam! Kane makes the cover again ….1….2….No! Kane is getting frustrated and once again he pulls Sting to his feet. Kane whips Sting into the ropes; Sting ducks a big boot and hits a hangman’s noose neckbreaker. Both men are slow to get to their feet but Sting scores with punches, chops and boots before whipping Kane into the corner. Sting charges in, Stinger Splash! And a second Stinger Splash, three times a charm Stinger Splash! Kane is groggy, Sting delivers a suplex on Kane and makes the cover ….1….2….No! Kane kicked out this time but just barely.

Sting is looking to apply The Scorpion Death Lock but Kane counters with a boot in the face. Kane is back on his feet and hits a big boot right to the face of Sting. Kane pulls Sting to his feet and sets him for The Tombstone Piledriver but Sting counters, Scorpion Death Drop! Sting is motioning to the fans and yes Sting applies The Scorpion Death Lock. Kane is fighting the move and gets close to the ropes but Sting drags him back to the centre of the ring. Kane has no choice and has to tap out.

[Ring Announcer] - The winner of this match, Sting!

The titantron comes to life and we find ourselves backstage where The United States World Heavyweight Champion Sean O’Haire is shadow boxing in preparation for his title defence against Christian. Stevie Richards appears from behind, O’Haire turns around and almost levels him with a straight right hand but Richards manages to side step.

[stevie Richards] - Wow hold up Sean, it’s just me Stevie.

Sean looks intense as Stevie tries to get into a position that allows Sean O’Haire to know that he is not out to get him.

[stevie Richards] - Clearly you are not having your greatest night, already Kronik have been unsuccessful in defeating DDP and Rhyno but they didn’t lose either and now you are going into your World Title defence against Christian without Paul Heyman who is still missing from Thursday night. We also now know that at Blaze of Glory you will be defending the United States title against Johnny the Bull. You are bound to have a lot of thoughts racing through your mind, so can you tell us what you think your chances of defending the gold tonight are?

Sean just looks at Stevie Richards and walks off not giving any kind of answer. Stevie looks on as the scene fades to black. We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Jim Ross] - Sting has beaten The Big Red Machine by submission and maybe now Kane will leave the superstars of Raw alone and stop bullying them.

[Michael Cole] - That was well worth the wait JR but it is now time for our double main event, it will be The World Heavyweight Title on the line first as Sean O’Haire defends against Christian.

‘Christian vs. Sean O’Haire©’

‘World Heavyweight Title’

‘Singles Match’

Team Charisma’s music hits and a few moments pass before ‘Captain Charisma’ Christian comes out from the back to some good crowd pops. Christian makes his way down to the ring where he poses for the fans. The words ‘Here Is A Lesson … In Violence’ echo throughout the arena as the United States World Heavyweight Champion Sean O’Haire comes out from the back onto the entrance ramp to great heat from the fans. The ring announcer says that his United States title is not on the line, it will simply be a match for the World Heavyweight title. Sean O’Haire makes his way towards the ring where he shows off his titles, it has not been the best of nights for his group but he knows that he must win this one. The referee starts the match, Sean O’Haire and Christian tie up and jostle for the upper hand, Christian applies a side head lock but Christian gets sent into the ropes. Sean O’Haire ducks a clothesline and hits a back elbow to the face. Sean O’Haire comes off the ropes and takes down Christian with a shoulder block. Sean O’Haire leaps Christian, comes off the ropes again and hits yet another shoulder block. Sean O’Haire tries a third time but Christian with a deep Japanese arm drag and another. Christian attempts a hiptoss but Sean O’Haire blocks and hits a knee to the gut. Christian counters a back suplex and attempts a sleeper hold but O’Haire battles out of the hold with several elbows to the gut. Christian gets sent into the ropes, Christian ducks a clothesline, Sean O’Haire ducks a clothesline and hits an inverted Russian leg sweep sending Christian face first into the canvas. Sean O’Haire quickly makes the cover but only gets a 2 count. Sean O’Haire stomps Christian as he gets to his feet. Sean O’Haire seems to have control of the match as he beats Christian back into the corner with repeated chops and punches. Sean O’Haire delivers several stiff kicks to the chest of Christian followed by repeated shoulders to the gut. Sean O’Haire takes Christian up top; the champion appears to be attempting a huricanranna but Christian blocks and drops the champion groin first on the top rope. Christian regains his balance and hits a flying shoulder block in which the champion gets knocked onto the ring apron and to the floor. Christian is back on his feet, The World Champion fights back to his feet, and Christian comes over the top wiping him out with a body press.

‘Christian’ chants start in the fans, Christian gets distracted for a moment as he soaks in the cheers from the fans. Christian sends Sean O’Haire back into the ring. Christian climbs onto the ring apron and onto the turnbuckle. Sean O’Haire is down on the canvas, Christian attempts an elbow drop but the champion rolled out of the way. Sean O’Haire scores with a boot to the gut and then a punch to the side of the head staggering the challenger. Sean O’Haire follows up with a roundhouse kick and the cover ….1….2….No! That move really scrambled the brains of Christian but he managed to kick out at the last possible moment. Sean O’Haire goes up top as Christian slowly gets to his feet. Sean O’Haire comes off the top with a missile dropkick sending Christian under the bottom rope to the outside. Sean O’Haire follows him out. Christian gets sent into the barricade. Christian hits hard and staggers forwards before being back dropped on the ringside mats. Sean O’Haire pulls Christian to his feet and pulls him onto the announce table. Sean O’Haire is looking to suplex Christian through the Spanish announce table but Christian blocks and hits a ddt through the announce table. ‘Holy Shit’ chants start in the fans. Christian crawls back into the ring and then rolls back out breaking the count. Christian pulls the World Champion to his feet but gets his eyes raked. Sean O’Haire sends Christian shoulder first into the ring post. Sean O’Haire then bounces Christians head off the ring steps and tosses him back into the ring. Sean O’Haire re-enters the ring and makes the cover but only gets a 2 count. Sean O’Haire applies a rear chin lock on Christian who eventually manages to fight back to his feet and break free with several back elbows. Christian comes off the ropes only to be driven into the canvas with a powerslam ….1….2….No! Sean O’Haire got another near fall on Captain Charisma.

Sean O’Haire now appears to be looking to end the match as he pulls Christian to his feet and takes him shoulder high for The Prophecy but Christian counters and delivers The Unprettier! Christian has one arm across the chest of the champion ….1….2….No! Sean O’Haire got his foot on the bottom rope. Christian makes the cover taking his foot off the rope ….1….2….No! Sean O’Haire gets the shoulder up this time. Christian pulls Sean O’Haire to his feet and whips him into the corner. Captain Charisma scores with a corner clothesline. Christian takes Sean O’Haire up top and looks to hit a superplex but Sean O’Haire is fighting, Christian fights back and both men are exchanging blows on the top turnbuckle, Sean O’Haire knocks Christian back into the ring and tries to regain his balance but Captain Charisma quickly knocks the top rope crotching the champion. Christian scores with repeated chops and then mounts the 2nd turnbuckle and finally delivers a superplex. Christian has the cover ….1….2….No! Sean O’Haire kicked out just barely. Christian might be getting closer to victory now as he delivers a scoop slam. Christian is climbing the turnbuckle and he delivers a frog splash ….1….2….No! Test pulled Christian out of the ring, what the hell did he do that for? Christian blocks a right hand and sends Test into the ring steps. Christian re-enters the ring, Sean O’Haire is struggling back to his feet, O’Haire ducks a clothesline but the referee didn’t and he gets knocked off his feet. Christian manages to duck a roundhouse kick and once again delivers The Unprettier! Christian has the cover but there is no referee. Christian tries to bring the referee around; Test is back in the ring. Christian turns around, big boot! Test has turned his back on Christian. Test pulls Christian to his feet and delivers The Test Drive! Test leaves the ring having done the damage. Sean O’Haire is back on his feet and he pulls Christian to his feet and nails The Prophecy! Sean O’Haire has the cover, the referee is coming around slowly ….1….2….3!

[Ring Announcer] - The winner of this match and still World Heavyweight champion, Sean O’Haire!

We return to the announce table where Jim Ross and Michael Cole are seated.

[Michael Cole] - Damn Test! Test was so jealous and bitter about Christian’s current success that he ruined it all and cost him the World Heavyweight title.

[Jim Ross] - Sean O’Haire might well be one of the best World Champions I have ever seen Michael, no matter how he won it is undeniable that has been one of the most successful champions in recent memory.

[Michael Cole] - I agree with you there JR but you don’t know that half of it.

[Jim Ross] - It is now time for the Raw main event in which Mick Foley defends the WWE title against Kurt Angle!

Mick Foley’s music hits and the WWE Heavyweight Champion makes his way down to the ring being accompanied by Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie has a clipboard in her hand as she enters the ring with the champion. Stephanie takes a microphone from the ring announcer.

[stephanie McMahon] - I haven’t come out here to speak on what my brother had to say earlier. I have come out here with the Raw Champion Mick Foley who has come to me with a very special request. As you all know Mick Foley and Kurt Angle are set to wrestle right now in a match for the WWE Title but it has come to my attention that Kurt Angle has not been on his true form as of late and in fact never actually earned himself a title shot, he has not won a match this month and the only reason that he was named challenger is because it was the only way that Mick could persuade Kurt to step into the ring with him. So as I was saying Mick came to me with a very special request and I have granted him his request. Tonight Mick Foley will defend the WWE Title against Kurt Angle and if he wins then he will not only retain the title but he will win the right to book Kurt Angle into any match of his choice for the next month. But if Kurt Angle somehow comes up with the victory then he will win the WWE Championship and Mick Foley will retire from the ring … for good!

The fans boo heavily thinking that Mick is making a huge mistake but he doesn’t seem to think so. Stephanie then leaves the ring and heads backstage having made the announcement.

‘Kurt Angle vs. Mick Foley©’

‘WWE Heavyweight Title’

‘Singles Match’

Kurt music hits and The Olympian makes his entrance to the ring getting some great heat from the fans. The referee starts the match. Angle talks some trash to Mick Foley. It looks like they are going to tie up but Kurt attempts to hits Foley with a lariat. Foley ducks and hits a kick to the gut followed by some punches. Foley sends Angle into the ropes and attempts a back body drop but gets kicked in the chest and taken down with a clothesline and a second clothesline followed by a dropkick which sends the champion from the ring. Kurt goes to the outside and pulls Foley to his feet. Foley reverses an Irish whip and Kurt Angle hits the barricade. Mick Foley charges but gets back body dropped over the barricade onto the concrete. Angle climbs over the barricade and pulls Foley to his feet before suplexing him groin first onto the barricade. Kurt executes a diving ddt off the barricade driving Foley into the ringside mats. Angle throws Foley into the ring and climbs the turnbuckle. Foley slowly gets to his feet. Angle comes off the top with a missile dropkick for the 2 count. Kurt Angle stomps away at Foley. Angle attempts the Angle Lock but Foley counters sending Angle face first into the 2nd turnbuckle. Mick Foley drives Kurt Angle into the top turnbuckle on 10 occasions before scoring with repeated punches to the face. Foley sends Angle across the ring and charges in scoring with a corner clothesline. Mick Foley sends Angle across the ring again and charges in but Angle sidesteps and Foley goes chest first into the turnbuckle. Angle repeatedly chops away at Foley before taking him up top. Foley fights off a superplex attempt and sends Angle back into the ring. However Kurt gets back to his feet just as Foley regains his balance and quickly jumps to the 2nd rope hitting a release belly to belly suplex sending Foley all the way across the ring. Angle makes the cover but only managed a 2 count. Angle applies a rear chin lock on Foley but Foley fights to his feet and breaks free with several back elbows. Foley comes off the ropes and hits a clothesline knocking Kurt on his back. Foley comes off the ropes but misses an elbow drop. Both men are back on their feet, Angle ducks a clothesline and attempts The Angle Slam but Foley counters and applies a sleeper hold. Angle fights the sleeper and delivers a back suplex dumping Foley over the top rope to the floor.

Kurt Angle takes a moment to catch his breath as Foley lays motionless at ringside having hit hard. Angle rolls to the outside and hits a few stomps between the shoulder blades of the champion. Angle pulls Foley to his feet and throws him into the ring. Angle is climbing the turnbuckle, Moonsault! Angle nailed it and he has the cover ….1….2….No! Foley just got his boot on the bottom rope to break the count. Angle makes the cover again but secures the leg of Foley ….1….2….No! Foley kicked out this time. Angle chokes out Foley with a boot right in the throat as he begins to get rather frustrated. The referee has words with the challenger as Foley slowly begins to pull himself up using the ropes. Angle backs Foley into the corner and tags off on him with repeated punches before stomping a mud hole in him. Angle pulls Foley from the corner and sets him for a suplex but Foley blocks and breaks free with some knees to the face followed by a ddt. Both men fight to their feet, Foley blocks a punch and delivers a knee to the gut. Foley comes off the ropes and staggers Angle with an uppercut. Foley whips Angle into the ropes and delivers a powerslam getting a 2 count. Mick Foley has removed Socko from his tights and looks to finish the match. Angle slowly gets to his feet, Mandible Claw! No! Angle counters and delivers The Angle Slam! Kurt makes the cover ….1….2….No! Mick Foley somehow managed to kick out. Angle can’t believe it and pulls Foley to his feet, German Suplex! German Suplex! German Suplex! Angle makes the cover ….1….2….No! Mick Foley will not stay down and Kurt Angle is furious. Angle grabs Foley by the leg and applies The Angle Lock! Kurt has it locked in and Foley is miles from the ropes but a last gasp attempt but Foley sends Angle out of the ring breaking the hold.

Foley struggles to his feet, Angle pulls Foley under the ropes but Foley sends Angle into the ring steps. Mick Foley scores with several punches to the face followed by a boot to the gut and a double arm ddt driving Kurt face first into the ringside mats. Foley pulls Angle to his feet and tosses him back into the ring. Foley makes the cover ….1….2….No! Angle kicked out! Mick Foley pulls Kurt to his feet and whips him into the corner. Foley charges in but Kurt ducks a corner clothesline, German Suplex, No Foley rolled through and landed on his feet, Foley rolls up Kurt ....1….2….3!

[Ring Announcer] - The winner of this match and still WWE Heavyweight Champion, Mick Foley!

Mick Foley has done it by god and now he will be deciding the future of Kurt Angle for the next month including his match for next month’s Unforgiven pay per view. Mick Foley leaves the ring and is heading up the ramp celebrating with his championship belt. Kurt Angle looks furious as he watches Foley celebrate on the entrance ramp.

However Sean O’Haire steps out from the back and the fans boo heavily. Sean nails Mick Foley in the back of the head with The World Heavyweight Title belt. Foley is knocked to his knees but somehow struggles to his feet where Sean O’Haire takes him shoulder high and delivers The Prophecy on the entrance ramp.

Kurt Angle is making his way up the ramp towards Sean O’Haire who is standing his ground. Kurt Angle reaches him and the 2 engage in a face to face stare down. Kurt out of nowhere delivers The Angle Slam on Sean O’Haire but doesn’t look finished as he applies The Angle Lock on Mick Foley.

Kurt Angle lifts both the World Heavyweight and WWE Heavyweight Titles and raises them both in the air on the entrance ramp as he stands over the bodies of the 2 champions who are completely unconscious. WWE Summerslam finally comes to an end.

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Summerslam Review

For the first time since Wrestlemania 22 both the Raw and Smackdown brands came together for one pay per view, Summerslam where 4 matches from each brand and an inter-promotional tag team match where on the card for what would be a truly great event. For the opening match it would the WWE Tag Team champions Big Vito and Nunzio to team with Billy Kidman and The Undertaker to face Matt Hardy, Vampiro, Devon Storm and Satan. In what was a quick and out of control match, in the end it was Billy Kidman that got the pinfall over his former tag team partner Matt Hardy as everyone else battled out on the floor. However please note that though the referee didn’t seem to mind Matt Hardy was not the legal man in the match.

Edge versus Ric Flair was expected to be a classic battle between a legend of wrestling and the future of wrestling but it ended up being nothing more than a way to humiliate Ric Flair when his own son David came out to the ring seemingly to face Edge but David simply acted like Edge was hurting him before tapping out in the Figure 4 Leg Lock. As Edge left the ring, The Nature Boy took to the ring and put a beating on Edge but David levelled his own father with a set of brass knuckles, joining forced with Edge to put a beating on The Nature Boy.

A seemingly endless battle between Kronik and their biggest enemies Diamond Dallas Page and Rhyno was set to be a brutal match and it did not disappoint as both teams battle hard, Bryan Clark looked to maintain his undefeated streak since arriving in the W.W.E and he did exactly that but he didn’t add a win either as in the end both teams could not control their anger any longer and battled to the floor where a double count out took place. Following the match Kronik announced that the war with DDP and Rhyno was not over.

Jonathon Coachman and Rob Conway have been thorns in the side of the Heart Break Kid for a while now and Conway has punished HBK so much that he passed up on the chance to become Intercontinental champion at one point to further hurt his adversary but for this match The Coach had insisted that Rob Conway simply beat Shawn Michaels for the Intercontinental title because then he could suspend Shawn Michaels or better yet fire him. Conway took off on Shawn Michaels with a steel chair before the match begin but couldn’t get the win despite the early assault. Conway continued to inflict punishment until the referee was knocked out, this brought out The Coach but Shawn Michaels fought back and delivered the Sweet Chin Music to both men before eventually picking up the victory.

And in a match that would not only determine who would get a United States title shot but would also put a long feud to rest would not disappoint as Johnny the Bull and Booker T took part in a 3 stages of hell match. Firstly it was a street fight in which Johnny the Bull won following the Mamaluke DDT. Johnny had the advantage heading into the cage match but a critical mistake by Johnny seen him crash through the table and give Booker the win. The third and final match would be a Last Man Standing match, with both men battered and bloodied it would not take long to incapacitate one of them, Johnny delivered a picture perfect Moonsault from a ladder out of the ring and onto Booker T through a table. Johnny was amazingly able to pull himself to his feet just in time to win the match.

The Inter-promotional tag team match saw the boss’s husband Triple H team with new Raw superstar Randy Orton to face a new Smackdown superstar Shane Helms and the boss Shane McMahon. In the end it was a Raw victory but it was a disqualification victory as despite the fact it was Triple H who inducted a sledgehammer into the match it was Shane McMahon that clocked his brother in law with it losing the match but sending a hard message to his sister on Raw.

For the first time in history we would see The Big Red Machine Kane battle The Legendary Sting, the match was one of the most anticipated of the evening and it didn’t disappoint with back and forth action with Sting showing great resilience kicking out of Chokeslams and Tombstone Piledrivers before eventually applying The Scorpion Death Lock for the submission victory.

The Smackdown main event saw Sean O’Haire defend his World Heavyweight title against Christian who earlier in the night had a falling out with fellow Team Charisma member Test. Though he seemed to push it to the back of his mind Christian on more than 1 occasion looked to win the match but somehow the champion would recover but as Christian hit a frog splash, Test pulled Christian out of the ring but blocked an attack before re-entering the ring and delivering The Unprettier on Sean O’Haire but the referee was down. Test entered the ring and delivered The Test Drive to Christian but as a final nail in the coffin Sean O’Haire recovered to deliver The Prophecy and retain his title.

Stipulations were made just before the Raw main event in which Mick Foley was defending his WWE Title against Kurt Angle. If Angle won then he would win the title and Mick Foley would retire forever but if Foley won then he would book Kurt Angle’s matches for the next month. The back and forth match saw plenty of action but Angle couldn’t finish off the champion despite numerous attempts and just as a slap in the face it was a roll up that eventually finished off the challenger allowing Foley to retain the WWE Heavyweight title. Following the match Foley celebrated on the ramp but Sean O’Haire attacked from behind levelling Foley with the World Title. Angle then made his way up the entrance ramp where he delivered The Angle Slam to Sean O’Haire. Summerslam ended as Kurt Angle held both the WWE and World Titles high in the air.

Match Recap

- Randy Orton & Triple H defeated Shane Helms & Shane McMahon - 87.4%

- Edge defeated Ric Flair - 85.2%

- Sting defeated Kane - 84.6%

- Sean O’Haire defeated Christian - 83%

- Johnny the Bull defeated Booker T - 82.8%

- Shawn Michaels defeated Rob Conway - 82.8%

- Big Vito, Billy Kidman, Nunzio & The Undertaker defeated Matt Hardy & The Dark Prodigy - 79.5%

- Mick Foley defeated Kurt Angle - 79.5%

- Kronik drew with DDP & Rhyno - 79.4%

Smackdown Preview

With the passing of Summerslam, we are heading towards Smackdown's Blaze of Glory pay per view and if rumours are to be beleived then we are also heading towards the first ever Night Of Champions pay per view but here is the current matches for Smackdown this week.

- Shane Helms vs. Sonny Siaki in a non-title match

- Big Vito & Nunzio vs. Buff Bagwell & Chris Kanyon for the WWE Tag Team Titles

- Billy Kidman vs. Kid Romeo

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As Smackdown comes on the air, a video comes on the titantron which shows clips from last Sunday’s Summerslam pay per view but the only clips shown are related to Smackdown. Some of the highlights include the 8 man tag team match where Billy Kidman won the match for his team by pinning former tag team partner Matt Hardy. The double count out which occurred between Kronik, DDP and Rhyno during their tag team match, the Inter-promotional tag team match where Triple H and Randy Orton won the match by disqualification, plus the 3 stages of hell match between Booker T & Johnny the Bull which saw Johnny earn himself a United States title shot. And finally the match for the World Title where Sean O’Haire defeated Christian thanks to some interference from Test.

As the clips ended Michael Cole and Tazz run us through some of the events of Summerslam before talking a little about tonight’s card. It didn’t take long though before A Lesson in Violence took to the ring being led by Sarah Stock, a superstar currently taking part in the divas project, she led Sean O’Haire, Brian Adams and Bryan Clark to the ring where she announced that she had been called in to try and negotiate with the criminals that where responsible for the abduction of Paul Heyman, most notably DDP, Rhyno and Christian. Sean O’Haire then took over and called out his arch enemy here on Smackdown, a man that he has had problems with for a long time, Diamond Dallas Page. DDP came out onto the entrance ramp and announced that Paul Heyman would be returned if and only if A Lesson in Violence take part in a few matches tonight. DDP said that Kronik will take on Chris Benoit, Johnny the Bull, Rhyno and himself, Diamond Dallas Page in a 4 on 2 handicap match whilst Sean O’Haire defends his World Heavyweight Title against Christian in a re-match from Summerslam but this time if anyone interferes then the deal is off and Paul Heyman will remain in ‘Quarantine’ and after some consideration all 3 superstars agree and the matches are set for tonight.

In our opening match of the night it was Sonny Siaki that was in action as he defended his Red Bull championship against Shane Helms who was wrestling only his 2nd match since coming to Smackdown but this time instead of losing by disqualification he won by disqualification. Sonny Siaki found himself unable to get the win despite having already connected with The Siakolypse, he then resorted to using a steel chair to crack open the skull of Shane Helms who would win the match but not the title. Following the match Sonny Siaki backed up the ramp only to be assaulted by Ron Killings who beat Sonny Siaki back towards the ring and laid him out with The Scissors Kick. Killing stated that next week he would be challenging for the Red Bull championship and that this time Sonny Siaki would not screw him over.

Shane McMahon addressed the fans from his office, along with his sister Stephanie who was alongside her brother and together they confirmed that the week following Blaze of Glory there would be a Night of Champions pay per view where the champions from Smackdown would face their respected champions from Raw. This would pit the World Champion against the WWE Champion, The United States Champion against the Intercontinental Champion, The Red Bull champion against The European Champion and the WWE Tag Team Champions against the World Heavyweight Champion. The superstar who gets the pinfall in the tag team match will face the winner of the Red Bull/European championship encounter, the same goes with the World/WWE taking on the US/IC championship encounters and finally the winners of those matches will face off to determine who the “Ultimate Champion” is.

The second title match of the night would see Big Vito and Nunzio defending their WWE Tag Team titles against 2 superstars who have not teamed together previously, Buff Bagwell and Chris Kanyon and it looked like we would have new tag team champions as Bagwell and Kanyon controlled most of the match. As the match was drawing to a close Buff Bagwell took down Nunzio with The Blockbuster, the referee was about to count to 3 when he seen Big Vito clock Chris Kanyon with the WWE Tag Team title belt and instead of counting the pinfall he changed his mind and called for the bell ending the match in a disqualification. Buff Bagwell furiously went after Vito who used the title to knock him out before helping Nunzio to the back, they lost the match but remain tag team champions.

Backstage Kid Romeo is seen warming up for his match against Billy Kidman when Christian appears in the dressing room. Christian queries Kid Romeo as to where Test is and then asks if he knows anything about Test’s assault on him last Sunday night at Summerslam. Romeo denies any knowledge that he was aware of what Test was going to do and doesn’t condone what happened but at the end of the day it was between Christian and Test and it would be them that had to sort out their problems. Romeo then wished Christian luck for his match against Sean O’Haire for The World Heavyweight Title. Kid Romeo made his way to the ring where he would take on Billy Kidman and despite a good start to the match by Romeo it was Kidman that came out on top after counting The Last Kiss into The Kid Krusher to get the pinfall. Following the match Matt Hardy came onto the entrance ramp where he congratulated Kidman on getting the win for his team on Sunday night but since Matt was not the legal man when Kidman pinned him, he did not see Kidman as a worthy opponent for him and denied him the chance to face his former partner 1 on 1. Theodore Long then stepped out from the back much to the delight of the fans, The General Manager announced that even though Matt wasn’t the legal man, Kidman’s team won the match and thus at Blaze of Glory Billy Kidman and Matt Hardy would face off in singles competition.

Test is seen backstage with Stevie Richards, Test talked about his motives for attacking Christian at Summerslam and costing him the chance to be World Champion. Test said that Christian brought it on himself and that he had been using Test and Kid Romeo all this time just to get to the top, all Christian had been about since coming to the WWE was being World Champion and that both he and Kid Romeo where just pawns in Christian’s game of becoming World Champion. Test stated that so long as he is around he would never be World Champion. Sean O’Haire appeared and thanked Test for his help on Sunday night before extending an invitation to join A Lesson in Violence. Test said that he had no interest in that group and stated that once he had dealt with Christian, he himself would be coming after The World Championship.

Kronik took to the ring where they were scheduled to face 4 other men in a handicap match and their opponents where no slouches as it was 4 of the top superstars on Smackdown and just like you would have expected Kronik where beaten an inch from their life but a mistake caused Rhyno to hit The Gore on Johnny the Bull thus giving Kronik a short chance as they built a little bit of momentum but knowing that they would not be able to win the match by pinfall decided to break out the heavy artillery and drove Diamond Dallas Page through the announce table with The High Times before wiping out Chris Benoit and Rhyno with steel chairs. Kronik lost the match but the damage had been done to some of their sworn enemies. Following the match Bryan Clark got on the microphone and demanded a WWE Tag Team title shot and if they didn’t get one then every superstar on Smackdown would get the same as these 4 men have tonight.

It was not time for the main event where for the 2nd night within a week Sean O’Haire would be defending The World Heavyweight Title against Christian. This time though no-one would be allowed to get involved but this did not stop the attempt by Test but Christian had it well scouted and sent Sean O’Haire into Test which sent Test from the ring. Christian tried to the roll up but only got a 2 count. Christian tried The Unprettier but Sean O’Haire countered into a northern lights suplex and got the pinfall. The distraction by Test may have cost Christian the World Title again. After the match Test backed up the ramp smiling as Christian stood furious in the ring. Sean O’Haire left the ring with his World Championship as Christian shouted threats at his former friend. Smackdown then came to an end.

Match Results

- Shane Helms defeated Sonny Siaki by DQ - 80%

- Buff & Kanyon defeated Vito & Nunzio via DQ - 75.3%

- Billy Kidman defeated Kid Romeo - 79.7%

- Benoit, Johnny, DDP, Rhyno defeated Kronik via DQ - 80.9%

- Sean O’Haire defeated Christian - 75.6%

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Velocity opens with the usual banter between the 2 announcers for the Saturday night show, Josh Matthews and Hugh Morrus, they talk about the action that we seen on Smackdown as well as the potential matches that could take place at Blaze of Glory and their outcome on the Night of Champions pay per view a week after that. Paul Burchill’s music hits and the former Red Bull champion makes his way down to the ring having been out with an injury for some time now, Burchill enters the ring and grabs the microphone, Burchill talks about how he was one of the second Red Bull champion in history and since Kid Romeo did not have the balls to challenge Sonny Siaki to a match for the title, then he would do it instead. Burchill said that Sonny Siaki has been champion for months now and nobody has been able to mount a real serious challenge but that would change because he wanted back into the title picture and a match at Blaze of Glory. Rey Mysterio then made his entrance to the ring where he would team with Burchill to take on Kid Kash and Juventud Guerrera in tag team action. This strong match went back and forth but in the end Burchill delivered The C4 to Kid Kash and picked up the victory.

Following the match the titantron comes alive where we see Christian arrive at the arena, he does not look happy as he storms into the building where Test is scheduled for a match tonight. Ron Killings and Matt Hardy where up next and the fans where looking forward to this match and rightfully so as it was one hell of a show that these 2 superstars put on. The match went back and forth for ten minutes when Sonny Siaki hit the ring followed closely by Billy Kidman, a brawl broke out between Kidman/Hardy and Siaki/Killings and the referee had no hesitation in calling for the bell ending the match without a winner.

Test made his way out to the ring where Stevie Richards was waiting for him. Stevie interviewed Test about his actions in recent week. Firstly Stevie asked Test his reasons for turning on Christian. Test said that Christian brought it on himself but using him, the only reason Christian didn’t leave Team Charisma is because he wanted to ensure that he could capture the World Title first. Stevie then asked what he plans to do now that Team Charisma is no longer together. Test replied by announcing that at Blaze of Glory he would face Christian if Christian had the balls to face a superstar that he held back for so many months. Test said that at Blaze of Glory he would not only prove that he was better than Christian in every way possible but he would end Christian’s hopes of ever becoming World Champion. Scotty 2 Hottie then made his entrance to the ring to face Test in what was a squash match; Scotty entered the ring and walked straight into a big boot. Test then delivered a powerbomb to Scotty for the easy victory in near 10 seconds. As Test celebrated Christian’s music hit and the former member of Team Charisma sprinted down to the ring where he brawled with Test for a while. Christian knocked Test to the outside but as Christian went after him, Test nailed Christian with the ring bell busting him wide open and leaving Test with a smile on his face.

In other action Mark Shade and Chavo Guerrero where in action against one another, both men where hoping that a win might push them a step closer to a title shot of some description. Chavo was the favourite to win this match and he controlled most of the match until Mark Shade delivered an illegal low blow allowing him to apply The Camel Clutch for the submission victory.

No-one knew what the main event was going to be when ‘The Animal’ Batista made his return from an ankle injury and cut a promo announcing that he was back and was going to be better than ever. Batista then made an open challenge to the back but he didn’t expect the challenge to be answered by ‘The Phenom’ The Undertaker who made his way to the ring and brawled with Batista, Batista used some power moves on The Undertaker but the match didn’t last too long as Satan and his minions Vampiro and Devon Storm hit the ring and assaulted The Undertaker leading to the disqualification. However Batista aided The Undertaker and helped take out Devon Storm and Vampiro. Satan fought off both men with relative ease though until The Undertaker hit a clubbing blow from behind. Satan staggered forwards into a spinebuster which definitely hurt The Dark Lord. The Undertaker took his chance and not only delivered a Chokeslam but a Tombstone Piledriver dimming the lights of his would be father. The lights in the arena went out and as they came back on there was no sign of Satan, Devon Storm or Vampiro. The Undertaker and Batista celebrated together as Velocity went off the air.

Match Results

Rey Mysterio & Paul Burchill defeated Kid Kash & Juventud - 79.8%

Ron Killings draw Matt Hardy - 83.5%

Test defeated Scotty - 64.3%

Mark Shade defeated Chavo - 80.1%

The Undertaker defeated Batista by DQ - 77.4%

Show Notes

- Paul Burchill getting the win for his team might just make him a stronger contender for a shot at Sonny Siaki’s championship.

- Ron Killings needs a good push as does Matt Hardy and it just didn’t seem right to have either of them lose this match.

- Test wasn’t ready to do a promo on his own and giving Stevie more publicity never hurts

- Going into Blaze of Glory, The Undertaker needs some momentum having been the underdog all this time and having him actually manage to take out Satan might just spark doubt in The Dark Lords ability to win Hell in a Cell.

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As Smackdown comes on the air we get the usual banter between Michael Cole and Tazz, they talk a little about tonight’s event as well as the upcoming pay per views this month, Blaze of Glory and Night of Champions. Diamond Dallas Page’s music then hits and DDP makes his way down to the ring where he talks about what took place next week and states that since Kronik cheated their way out of the ass kicking that they truly deserved then Paul Heyman would not be returned just yet. DDP then called out Sean O’Haire and Sarah Stock who made their way down to the ring together coming face to face with Diamond Dallas Page. DDP said that he knew that going into Night of Champions Sean would want to have Paul on his side to help him achieve his goal of being the greatest champion in the world, so DDP was going to give him Paul back at Blaze of Glory so long as several requests where granted. Firstly Kronik would be facing DDP and Rhyno in an elimination tag team match, secondly Sean O’Haire would be defending his World Heavyweight Title against Chris Benoit and lastly tonight Sean would be defending his United States title. However Theodore Long’s music hit and the General Manager of Smackdown came down to the ring, Teddy told DDP that Paul Heyman would be returned at Blaze of Glory no matter what but he liked the idea of DDP/Rhyno taking on Kronik in an elimination tag match as well as Sean O’Haire defending the title against Chris Benoit being that Chris was screwed out of the US title a while back. Teddy said that tonight Sean O’Haire would be defending the United States title against his 2 opponents for Blaze of Glory, Johnny the Bull and Chris Benoit in a triple threat match. Not only that but DDP and Rhyno would have a tag team title shot, as would Kronik and 3 other teams in an elimination tag team match here tonight.

Matt Hardy made his way to the ring for the opening bout of the evening and he would be taking on ‘Captain Charisma’ Christian in singles competition. Both men battled back and forth in a highly rated match but once again Christian was caught out by his former friend Test who delivered a big boot unseen by the referee after Kidman had come to Christian’s aid when Matt attempted to bring a chair into the ring. However this only succeeded in distracting the referee, Test struck and Matt got the victory. Following the match Matt Hardy and Test assaulted Billy Kidman and Christian together before heading backstage.

It was now time for what proved to be the match of the night and one of the best matches in the history of Smackdown as Big Vito and Nunzio where putting the tag team titles on the line against 5 other teams. The champions started out against the team that they lost to disqualification to last week, Buff Bagwell and Chris Kanyon but once again Big Vito used the tag team title belt hitting Kanyon with the gold and making the cover for the elimination. MNM’s music then hits and Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro made their way down to the ring where they struck quickly but Nunzio rolled up Joey Mercury for the elimination. Big Vito and Nunzio had now gone through 2 teams but it was crunch time as Diamond Dallas Page and Rhyno made their entrance to the ring and not only defeated Big Vito and Nunzio but made a statement with a punishing Gore and Diamond Cutter combination for a double pinfall. We were guaranteed new tag team champions and at this point Chavo Guerrero and Rey Mysterio, 2 time champions made their way to the ring and fought with DDP and Rhyno for near 10 minutes before DDP countered the 619 into a devastating tornado powerbomb and got the elimination. We where down to the last entrants and we knew who they where, Brian Adams and Bryan Clark stormed the ring and all hell broke loose between these 2 teams, it didn’t take long before Kronik was dominating the match but a mistake by Bryan Clark caught Brian Adams with a big boot and DDP clotheslined Clark from the ring. Rhyno set up Brian Adams and delivered The Gore for the elimination. DDP and Rhyno successfully captured the WWE Tag Team titles and defeated their Blaze of Glory opponents in the process.

Backstage Ron Killings cut a promo and did a little rap about his opponent Sonny Siaki, a man that he held the tag titles with before a bloody feud between the 2 began. Killings rapped about how the feud between these 2 men would never end before Mark Shade appeared. Mark Shade told Ron Killings that he was hanging onto his feud with Sonny Siaki because he couldn’t cut it without Siaki. Ron Killings had done nothing since his split from Siaki where as Sonny Siaki has become one of the greatest champions and superstars in WWE history. Ron Killings asked Mark Shade what he has done and then walked off for his match. Sonny Siaki and Ron Killings as usual had a brilliant match and as the match hit the 20 minute mark both superstars where down as a result of a double clothesline, all hell broke loose as Mark Shade, Paul Burchill and Shane Helms hit the ring ending with a double disqualification. All 5 superstars fought it out all with the desire to become Red Bull Champion someday soon. Theodore Long came out to the stage and announced that since all 5 superstars wanted the championship, at Blaze of Glory we would see a 10 man battle royal for the gold and all of the superstars in the ring would be entered.

Backstage The Dark Prodigy are seen, Satan demands that tonight Devon Storm and Vampiro do not let him down and says that what happened on Velocity was a result of nothing but a plan to make The Undertaker think he could beat him and that come Blaze of Glory, The Undertaker would finally be laid to rest and return to hell with them. Satan left but Devon Storm and Vampiro had a look on their face as if to ask who Satan was kidding. The Dark Prodigy made their way to the ring for the 3 on 2 handicap match against Batista and The Undertaker. Satan was the only one that could do anything for his team as the 2 much larger men dominated the former tag team champions. However Satan and The Undertaker broke down into a brawl which spread to the back. Batista planted both Devon Storm and Vampiro with a spinebuster and Batista Bomb combination for the victory. Following the match we headed backstage where The Undertaker and Satan had brawled to the back and dressing room area. The Undertaker ducked a lariat and through Satan through a door into a room which when we saw was prayer room decorated with a shrine to god. Satan screamed in agony as The Undertaker slammed the door closed and walked away.

Chris Benoit and Johnny the Bull spoke backstage about their match with Sean O’Haire and made a pact that no matter what Sean O’Haire was not allowed to walk out as United States champion and that the winner between them would grant the other a title shot next week. Both men then made their separate entrances to the ring where Sean O’Haire soon joined them putting his United States title on the line. Johnny and Benoit double teamed the double champion and after knocking him from the ring took on each other allowing Sean O’Haire valuable time to recover. The United States World Heavyweight Champion re-entered the ring and got involved in the mix and the match had officially became a triple threat match. The match lasted 15 minutes as Sean O’Haire delivered The Prophecy on Chris Benoit but as he made the cover Johnny came off the top delivering his signature leg drop on Sean O’Haire breaking the pin. Sean O’Haire staggered to his feet where Johnny delivered The Mamaluke DDT and followed up with the pin for the 3 count. Johnny celebrated his first title victory since coming to the WWE. Smackdown went off the air as Johnny and Benoit shook hands before watching Sean O’Haire struggle up the ramp with his World Title.

Match Results

- Matt Hardy defeated Christian - 81.5%

- DDP & Rhyno defeated Kronik, Bagwell/Kanyon, Vito/Nunzio, MNM, Chavo/Rey for the WWE Tag Titles - 91.7%

- Ron Killings defeated Sonny Siaki by DQ - 86.8%

- Batista & Undertaker defeat The Dark Prodigy - 74.6%

- Johnny the Bull defeated Chris Benoit & Sean O’Haire for the United States Title - 82.4%

Show Notes

- Theodore Long taking some ideas from DDP and booking Sean O’Haire into his title defences may be the start of the downfall of A Lesson in Violence

- Having Siaki retain the title before having a battle royal booked makes it seem like more and more superstars want to dethrone the Red Bull Champion

- The Undertaker didn’t lay out Satan this week but instead played serious mind games with him by locking him in a prayer room.

- The Tag Title match was originally going to be made as a result of Kronik threatening Theodore Long and having DDP/Rhyno thrown into the match for a triple threat but this was much better.

-Johnny was going to win the US title at Blaze of Glory but having him win it before that may signal that Sean O’Haire could lose the World Title at the pay per view instead.

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