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    Backstage
    Katie Lea is approached backstage by Beth Phoenix.



    Phoenix: Katie, I just wanted to say well done tonight – that was an impressive performance.

    Katie: Beth...what’s your angle?

    Phoenix: I don’t have one – it’s time for the Women’s Division to be re-built here on Raw. We’ve never been best of friends but I respect your talent – keep it up.

    Phoenix heads back to her own locker room but as she does Laycool come in to talk to Katie.



    McCool: Oh my gosh Lay, can you believe her?

    Layla: I know! I mean who does she think she is?

    McCool: I mean, we destroyed the Bella Twins last night – where’s out recognition?

    Katie: Guys, did you want something.

    Layla and McCool look at each other as if reading each other’s mind.

    LAYCOOL: REAL TALK!!!

    McCool: Katie, we know you have your own little thing going with your black and your scowl. And we respect that, but don’t let Beth Phoenix get into your head. Lay and I are the top Divas on Raw and that isn’t going to change any time soon.

    Layla: So just mind your manners, mind you business and we won’t have any trouble with us.

    Katie Lea rolls her eyes and brings the two girls closer to her so they hear her loud and clear.

    Katie: Ladies, I’m here on Raw not to be pampered and not to be famous – I’m here to win matches and to do that by hurting people. Now, if that messes up your plans then I’ll be happy to talk further...in the ring. Now if you’ll excuse me.

    Katie Lea walks off as the camera cuts back to Scott Stanford.

    Stanford: Ladies and Gentlemen joining me at this time, Montel Vontavious Porter...M.V.P.!



    Stanford: MVP later tonigt you’ll face Ezekiel Jackson and Mr. Kennedy in a Triple Threat Number One Contender’s match. You’ve had a few shots at the title already this year – will you win tonight and finally capture the big one?

    MVP: Scott it’s like this. I have come so close to that big one so many times that I am hungrier than I’ve ever been. Tonight Jackson and Kennedy think they’re the favourites but the reality is that there is no one in this locker room that wants this more...than me. I’m the MVP of the WWE – I’m the man who has amazed audiences and wowed fans over the past year more than anyone else – when I win tonight, I’ll go on to win against Cody and finally the MVP will have the Championship he deserves.

    Stanford: MVP, best of luck.

    Paul Burchill vs. Eugene

    vs.

    ‘The Ripper’ Paul Burchill gets a rare opportunity to make an impact on Raw. He walks to the ring with his black and purple trunks, black leather jacket and black glove. He put on great performances on ECW as he, his sister and William Regal did battle against The Hart Dynasty, but he has yet to make his mark on Raw. Neither has his opponent tonight, everyone’s favourite loveable loser – Eugene. Eugene tries to shake Burchill’s hand at the start of the match but Burchill just looks at Eugene in disgust before knocking him down with a short arm clothesline. He picks him up, throws him into the corner, and charges at him with another clothesline. He picks Eugene up, hooks his arms and sends him across the ring with a Butterfly Suplex. Eugene crawls towards the corner and starts to pull himself to his feet using the ropes. Burchill doesn’t relent, however, and runs, leaps and drives both of his knees into Eugene’s back. Burchill has had enough. He grabs Eugene and delivers a thunderous Brainbuster to pick up the win. Burchill was given an opportunity to impress and he did just that.
    Mr. Kennedy vs. Ezekiel Jackson vs. MVP

    vs. vs.

    Mr. Kennedy seems to have lost a little of his swagger on his way to the ring after Big Zeke made it clear that he is looking out for himself tonight. Jackson comes out his usual emotionless self. Kennedy starts to whisper into his ear as soon as he arrives but Jackson’s face gives no indication about what MVP’s saying. Finally MVP comes out to a big reaction from the crowd. He’s clearly their choice here and he seems especially fired up tonight. The referee is explaining the rules to the competitors and as he does, Cody Rhodes’ music hits and he makes his way to the announce table joining Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and Josh Mathews.

    The referee rings the bell and MVP’s face drops as he sees Jackson and Kennedy standing beside each other on the other side of the ring – ready to take him out first.

    Rhodes: This is hilarious – MVP is going to be squashed like a bug!

    It seems Kennedy has managed to persuade Jackson to help him take out MVP first as they pounce on the Ballin’ Superstar. MVP starts swinging for the fences, doing everything he can to hold them back but it’s no use – he’s never going to win in two against one. They dominate and break MVP down. Jackson shows his brute power while Kennedy shows just how many cheap and nasty ways there are to beat someone down. Eventually Zeke hoists MVP up with a military press. Jackson is showing just how strong he is but Kennedy gets the last laugh as he nails Jackson with a chop block. Jackson falls backwards and MVP lands right on top of him. Kennedy pulls MVP off and covers Jackson but the big man powers out before the referee even gets to one. Kennedy flies across the ring and has a terrified expression on his face. Jackson gets to his feet and charges at Kennedy but Kennedy rolls out of the ring. He’s apologizing to Jackson who just glares at him before turning his attention back to MVP.

    Jackson turns to MVP but is met with a kick to the face. MVP starts to try and mount a comeback but Jackson blocks a punch and nearly takes MVP’s head off with a clothesline. He grabs MVP and lifts him up above his head again. This time, however, he knows what he’s doing and throws MVP out of the ring on top of Mr. Kennedy. The fans don’t know how to react to Big Zeke. He’s aligned with Kennedy so they don’t trust him but they cannot help but be impressed. He follows the other two men to the outside where he goes after Mr. Kennedy. He grabs the Greenbay loudmouth and throws him hard into the steel ring steps. Eventually it ends up with Kennedy and Jackson in the ring. MVP is laid out on the outside and Jackson has the advantage. Jackson is standing over Kennedy but he doesn’t see MVP sneak into the ring with a kendo stick.

    Rhodes: Huh, typical convict.

    The fans start to cheer as MVP stands behind Jackson with the kendo stick raised in the air. He brings the stick down hard on top of Jackson’s head, sending the big man stumbling forward. He then goes wild, nailing Jackson with multiple shots to the back and legs. Eventually Jackson relents and collapses to the mat in pain. MVP breaks the stick over his knee and throws it out of the ring – taunting Jackson to get back up. Jackson stumbles to his feet and MVP runs, kicks him in the face, sending Jackson to the outside. Mr. Kennedy is back up, however, and punches MVP in the back from behind. He picks him up and throws him into the corner. Kennedy charges at MVP but MVP moves out of the way sending Kennedy straight into the turnbuckle. MVP gets behind Kennedy and locks his arms around his waist. He then lifts him up and over with a German Suplex. The fans are going wild. He keeps his arms locked, pops his hips and hoists Kennedy up for a second and then a third German Suplex. He then drags his thumb across his throat.

    King: MVP has gotten his second wind – he’s back on fire.

    He waits for Kennedy to get up so he can finish him off. The fans are going wild as MVP looks set to do it. He doesn’t see Ezekiel Jackson come into the ring. Jackson stands behind MVP ready to pounce. Kennedy gets to his feet and MVP runs, bringing Kennedy’s face into the mat with the 305. He turns around to celebrate and Zeke starts to run at him but out of nowhere Shawn Michaels enters the ring and nails Jackson with Sweet Chin Music. MVP is totally confused but he manages to cover Mr. Kennedy anyway. 1...2...3!!! MVP has done it, he’s facing Cody Rhodes for the World Heavyweight Championship in two weeks time!
    Cole: He’s done it, somehow he’s done it! MVP is getting one more shot at the World Heavyweight Championship!

    MVP is going wild celebrating. Jackson and Kennedy are recovering on the outside. Michaels, who is shown coming through the crowd in a replay, has retreated up to the stage with a huge grin on his face. Cody Rhodes stands up on top of the announce table and hold the World Title high up in the air. MVP motions that he’s going to take it off him as Raw goes off the air.






    ** And there’s the first Raw in a while. Made it a bit longer because I know most people didn’t like the format I was doing. Let me know if it looks/reads better. I wanted to build towards a three-hour Raw which in turn will start to set things up for Survivor Series. As always, all reviews and comments are appreciated. **

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    Smackdown
    Tag Team Turmoil


    Previously on WWE Legacy:



    *John Cena – and the rest of the WWE Universe – realised that Kevin Steen isn’t someone that can be taken lightly. GM Regal pit Cena against Steen in last week’s main event. If Kevin Steen won, the he got to face John Cena in a match of his choice for the WWE Championship at Joe/Punk II. Steen attacked Cena before the match, brutalising the WWE Champion. Once the match was underway he locked in the half-Boston Crab. Cena couldn’t escape the hold but refused to give up. He ended up passing out – giving Steen the win and the match at the pay-per-view.

    *As we travel along the road to Joe/Punk II both men are gaining momentum. While Samoa Joe is busy rehabbing after CM Punk’s sneak attack – Punk is preparing himself in the ring. Last week he clinically disposed of Hurricane Helms, sending Samoa Joe a message loud and clear.

    *The Tag Team Division continues to be a highlight on Friday Nights. The Hart Dynasty faced off against Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio in another classic battle to earn a shot at Miz and Morrison’s tag team championships. It appeared that Tyson Kidd had won the match with a bridging German Suplex but his shoulders were also down and the referee declared the match a draw. William Regal made tonight’s main event as a result – A triple threat Tag Team Match for the titles.

    *Team EGO had their egos’ checked as Chris Jericho fell victim to The Big Show. Edge and Chris Jericho are two of the most decorated superstars in WWE history but it appears that they have met their match in Kane and The Big Show. Who will prevail when these two teams collide at Joe/Punk II.

    *Gail Kim impressed when she defeated Kelly Kelly in Diva’s action. The bigger statement was made later on in the night, however, when Kim and Melina interrupted Natalya’s Championship Celebration, attacking the Canadian Beauty. IT wasn’t long before Mickie James came to Natalya’s aid, however, with Vickie Guerrero watching on.

    *William Regal made the announcement that the ECW Championship will be defended for the last time at Joe/Punk II as he is officially retiring the belt. Christian watched on from the commentary table as Bryan Danielson defeated Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley and Mark Henry in a four-way match, earning the right to face Christian in this prestigious match-up.

    *Sheamus and Drew McIntyre announced their pay-per-view debuts as they will team up to take on Dustin Rhodes and Finlay in a tag team match. William Regal has hand-chosen these two young superstars to be the future of the brand – and they have no problem having to do his bidding to get there.


    Hardcore Legend Returns


    After the fireworks go off and Matt Striker welcomes fans to the show Mick Foley’s music hits and the fans go wild. The Hardcore legend makes his way to the ring wearing sweatpants, a Dude Love T-shirt and a sports coat – i.e. as professional looking as he ever will be. He quickly grabs a mic and tells the fans how excited he is to be back on WWE Programming and that he hopes that he’ll be able to help make the stars of tomorrow shine today. He joins Striker and Grisham at the announce table and the three men hype up tonight’s show. They announce that William Regal, in an attempt to safeguard his two big matches at Joe/Punk II, has made some big moves tonight. First, he has given Kevin Steen the night off after his hellacious assault on WWE Champion John Cena last week. We will hear from Steen via Satellite later on tonight to find out the stipulations for the WWE Title match at Joe/Punk II. Also, Samoa Joe will be making his Smackdown return tonight – but to make sure that the match goes ahead at the pay-per-view he will be issuing a no contact clause between Samoa Joe and CM Punk – if either man breaks the clause they will be suspended without pay immediately. Finally, the hype up tonight’s huge main event – a three-way tag team match between The Miz & John Morrison, The Hart Dynasty and Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio for the WWE Tag Team Championships.

    Samoa Joe vs. Mark Henry


    With the crowd excited to be here they only get more excited when Samoa Joe’s music hits and the Samoan Submission machine makes his return to Smackdown following CM Punk’s attack a few weeks ago. He looks to be in great shape and ready to hurt someone.


    vs.

    Mark Henry is looking to bounce back after failing to win the opportunity to face Christian for the ECW Championship against Samoa Joe tonight but it looked like he picked the wrong night. Joe has rarely looked so focused and takes the fight to Henry straight away laying into the big man with some stiff kicks, forcing him to retreat into the corner. Joe hits Henry with some punches in the stomach to wear him down. He then licks his hand menacingly before nailing Henry with a hard knife edge chop. Henry grabs his chest in pain. Joe grabs Henry’s arms and wraps them around the ropes so he can’t defend himself and lays into Henry with a flurry of chops one after another. Maybe ten or twelve in a row. The ref gets between the two to stop Joe. While the referee releases Henry’s arms from the ropes Joe raises an arm in the air gaining cheers from the WWE Universe. Henry stumbles forward once released. Joe sprints across the ring and levels Henry with a big kick to the face. He pins Henry and gets a two count.

    Samoa Joe backs off, clearly taking his time and enjoying being back in the ring. Henry slowly gets to his feet. The two men lock up and Joe forces Henry into the corner. Joe backs up and runs at Henry again but Henry throws his elbow into Joe’s face. The angry Samoan stumbles backwards and Henry fids the energy to run and clothesline Joe to the mat. Henry is flustered but looks to somehow get himself back into this one. Joe gets to his feet and Henry grabs him and lifts him into position for the World’s Strongest Slam – showing off his immense strength. Joe starts kicking legs, however, and manages to get the momentum to send Henry falling backwards, with Joe landing on top of him. The referee starts to count but Joe he gets off Henry, slips behind him and locks in the Coquina Clutch. Henry resists for about two seconds before tapping out as Joe has the hold cinched in perfectly.
    Foley: Wow, I’ve been in the ring with Mark Henry – he is not an easy superstar to beat but Samoa Joe made it look academic here.

    Striker: Samoa Joe has been training non-stop to rehab from his injury – he is in the best shape of his career and ready to take on CM Punk in just over a week live on pay-per-view.


    Live Via Satellite...


    Grisham: Ladies and Gentlemen I’m being told that Kevin Steen is ready for us early – we’re going to go live via satellite to talk to the number one contender to the WWE Championship.



    Grisham: Kevin, thank you for joining us from home this week. Wha is your reaction to General Manager William Regal giving you the night off tonight?

    Steen: It looks like Regal is a smart man. All of my life I have dreamed of being the WWE Champion, but I’ve also dreamed about annihilating John Cena and if I’m in the same arena as Cena- well, you’ve all seen what’s happened. I guess...well I guess I just can’t be trusted.

    Striker: Kevin, you’ve explained to us in great detail before why you are targeting John Cena. You see him as the embodiment of everything you’re not, right? He’s the poster boy if you will. Surely it isn’t John Cena’s fault that he’s the face of the WWE, is it really fair to take all of this anger and all of this pent-up aggression out on him?

    Steen: Matt I resent that question because it suggest that anything in this business is fair. It suggests that John Cena is the face of the company because he deserves it. Let me turn that question around. Is it fair that I have been working harder for longer than John Cena and yet he has been given countless opportunities on a platter whilst I have had to slowly work my way up from the bottom? Is it fair that I’ve been pouring my blood out in front of a few hundred people while he gets to crack lame jokes in front of millions? No, it’s not fair – nothing about this whole situation is fair and at Joe/Punk II I’m going to right all the wrongs – I’m going to take out John Cena and place myself where I deserve to be, on top of the WWE.

    Foley: Kevin, although I disagree with your conclusion I understand to a certain extent where you’re coming from. I was never the poster boy or the face of the company and so I had to work just as hard as you did to get my success. I wish you’d be a bit more gracious as you get there but I think it would be hypocritical of me to judge you too harshly-

    Steen: Yeah, it would be – you’re exactly right. Mick, I’m glad you’re here tonight because I want you to know that at the pay-per-view you are going to be my inspiration. You see I have earned the right to pick the match stipulation and I’m going to go with a match that you made famous – I’m going to beat John Cena in a street fight. I’m going to use whatever I can find and whatever I need to beat, defeat and maim John Cena – just like you used to do Mick. William Regal has kept me away from John Cena tonight but he cannot keep me away for much longer. When I face John Cena for the WWE Championship I am going to destroy him – and it will be the best night of my life.

    Grisham: Kevin Steen, thank you for your time.

    Sheamus & Drew McIntyre vs. Primo & Hurricane Helms

    When we return from commercial break the team of Primo and Hurricane Helms are already in the ring – ready for action. William Regal’s music hits and the arena instantly fills with boos. The General Manager makes his way through the curtain with Drew McIntyre and Sheamus following behind. McIntyre and Sheamus will be looking to make an example out of Dustin Rhodes and Finlay, who both irritated Regal in the first few weeks of Smackdown.


    vs.

    Sheamus and McIntyre stand staring at Helms and Primo, not showing any emotion. Eventually Sheamus places a hand on Drew’s chest and walks forward – looking to start things off. Primo decides to start things off for his team. Primo walks up to Sheamus to show that he isn’t intimidated by the surly Irishman. Sheamus just grabs Primo’s face and shoves him backwards with a smirk. Primo gets up to one knee and stares at Sheamus. Primo gets bounces off the ropes and runs towards Sheamus. Sheamus goes to nail him with big boot but Primo slides between Sheamus’ legs. He quickly gets to his feet and drop kicks Sheamus. Sheamus falls to his knees. Primo runs and grabs Sheamus’ head. He flips over the top of Sheamus, holding his head and driving him face-first into the mat. Primo slaps his chest in celebration. Sheamus stumbles to his feet and Primo runs again. He leaps up to nail a hurricanrana but Sheamus grabs him and slams him to the mat with a powerbomb. Sheamus covers Primo but Helms breaks the 3-count.

    Sheamus tags in McIntyre and the two lift up Primo together before using him as a battering ram to knock Helms off the apron. Sheamus follows Helms to the outside and as he gets to the feet he knocks him out with a brogue kick. Back in the ring McIntyre pulls Primo by his air to his feet. He hooks his arms and delivers his Future-Shock DDT for the three-count.

    After the match Regal and Sheamus join McIntyre in the ring. Regal places a foot on the fallen Primo while raising the arms of Sheamus and McIntyre. Is this the same image we’ll see after they face Dustin Rhodes and Finlay at Joe/Punk II.

    Extreme Legacy


    After a commercial airs hyping the three-hour special ‘Bragging Rights’ episode of Raw the roof nearly blows off the arena after Christian’s music hits and the ECW Champion comes to the ring to a huge ovation. Christian has proven just how much this championship means to him since bringing it to Smackdown by defeating all challenges. If he defeats Bryan Danielson at Joe/Punk II then he will be able to retire it with pride as the last ever holder. He grabs a microphone to address the WWE Universe.



    Christian: You know, I was never a part of the original ECW. I never wrestled in that famous Bingo Hall in Philly but I was a massive fan and even when I signed with the WWE I was watching what they were doing and I was watching how ECW was revolutionising out business. And so when Edge and I did battle with The Hardyz and The Dudleyz in TLC matches and the like I drew my inspiration from ECW. We were looking at what they were doing and we tried to bring it to the WWE Stage and I think we did a pretty good job. We took the WWE to new heights and we managed to make extreme wrestling a part of the mainstream. We couldn’t have done that if ECW hadn’t laid the ground-work.

    An ECW! ECW! ECW! Chant breaks out in the crowd and Christian nods in approval.

    Christian: What’s really important though is that ECW was about a lot more than a match style – it was about an attitude and a willingness to do absolutely whatever it took to win the match and put on a great show doing it. So while The Sandman and Raven would brawl across the arena, Masato Tanaka and Mike Awesome would duel with chairs. While Mick Foley and Terry Funk battled with fire Eddie Guerrero and Dean Malenko swapped technical holds and high-flying risks never before seen in the US.

    The fans are really getting behind Christian now, cheering all his references and hanging on his every word.

    Christian: When ECW returned under the WWE banner I was doubtful. I honestly didn’t know what to expect. I guess like many of you I was worried that this new incarnation would bastardise the ECW name. I couldn’t have been more wrong. When RVD battled John Cena for the ECW Championship in the match of the year I realised I was wrong. When CM Punk and John Morrison stole the show every night I realised I was wrong. When The Big Show took the word extreme and redefined it every week I realised I was wrong. When the late great Umaga and Finlay tore down a steel cage I realised I was wrong. When Samoa Joe and CM Punk put on the match of the year at Summer Slam I realised I was damn wrong.

    ECW! ECW! ECW! ECW!

    Christian: When I won this ECW World Heavyweight Championship it was perhaps the proudest moment of my career. It was vindication for years and years of hard work and I did it with the support of my peeps all the way and for that I thank you. These past few months have truly been a highlight of my career and to retire this championship in less than two weeks genuinely breaks my heart. Of course, the reality is that the ECW Championship was meant to have been retired over a month ago on the last ever ECW broadcast. However, when I retained my title due to interference – I...I just couldn’t let this belt end that way. And so since coming to Smackdown I have made it my sole aim to make this championship seem as prestigious and as important as it truly is and I hope I’ve done that. At Joe/Punk II I will defend this championship one last time and you know what...I think it’s going to be another career highlight.

    It’s pretty obvious that Bryan Danielson is the future of this business and so I couldn’t think of a better man than him to go up against. Bryan Danielson you had better bring your ‘A’ game because you bet your ass I’m bringing mine. At Joe/Punk II we’re going extreme one more time, I’m walking in ECW Champion and I’m walking out the last ever ECW Champion...why?...Because that’s how I roll!

    The fans go wild as Christian’s music hits and the emotional champion lifts his belt above his head for one of the last times.

    Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Sabin

    As Christian is making his way back up the ramp ‘Ride of the Valkyries’ hits and Bryan Danielson comes through the curtain. The two stop when they meet on the ramp and stare at each other before Danielson laughs and walks on down to the ring.


    vs.

    Chris Sabin gets a pretty good reaction from the crowd, especially when going up against the arrogant Danielson. Sabin starts clapping his hands together to get the crowd pumped from the get-go. They lock up and start exchanging holds from the get go. They impress the crowd with the speed and technical ability of their chain wrestling. Sabin gets the early advantage and takes Danielson down with a snap mare. He bounces off the ropes and levels Danielson with a dropkick to the face earning a one count. Danielson gets up and runs at Sabin but Sabin catches him with an arm-drag. Danielson is up again quick and Sabin goes for a drop kick but Danielson dodges it. When Sabin gets to his feet Danielson grabs him and sends him across the ring with an exploder suplex. Sabin uses the turn buckle to pull himself up but Danielson runs and hits him hard with a drop kick, with Sabin’s head bouncing off the second turn buckle. Danielson is quick and nails Sabin with a quick DDT but Sabin grabs the bottom rope to break the count.

    Danielson grabs and throws him into the corner. He charges and drives his knee into Sabin’s face. Sabin falls face-first onto the mat. Danielson drives his knee hard into Sabin’s head and covers him for a two count. Danielson backs into the corner and stares at Sabin waiting for him to get to his feet. Sabin isn’t entirely with it and takes a while to slowly stumble up. Danielson runs at him thrusts his foot at his face. Sabin moves out of the way just in time and Danielson’s leg gets trapped on the tope rope. Sabin grabs Danielson’s neck and drives him into the mat with a neck-breaker off the rope. Sabin covers him and gets a two-count. Sabin backs into the corner and gets up to the second rope. The fans are rallying behind him as he jumps and sends Danielson across the ring with a flying hurricanrana.

    Sabin climbs to the apron and leaps at Danielson with a springboard sunset flip. Sabin pins Danielson and gets two but Danielson reverses it. Danielson gets two but Sabin reverses it. He gets a two count but Danielson brings his feet together on Sabin’s head breaking the count. Sabin is sitting shaking off the shot to the head but Danielson is quicker and runs at him, driving his knee into Sabin’s face. Danielson covers Sabin and gets a two count before Sabin gets his foot on the bottom rope, saving this match-up again. Danielson grabs Sabin and wraps his arms around his waist. He lifts him up and over for a German Suplex but Sabin flips right over and lands on his feet. Sabin grabs Danielson and wraps him up with a small package. Sabin gets a one count but Danielson reverses it. The referee starts to count but Danielson keeps wrangling and moves from a small package into the LeBell Lock. Danielson has it locked in and Sabin has nowhere to go. Sabin has no option – he has to tap.
    Striker: And that right there is why Bryan Danielson is so dangerous. He can lock in that LeBell lock out of nowhere and you will have no choice but to tap. Christian gave us an amazing speech tonight but that will count for nothing when it comes to the pay-per-view. If Danielson can lock that LeBell lock in on Christian – we have a new champion.

    Grabbing Opportunities
    After we come back from the break Gail Kim and Melina are standing backstage, ready to address the audience.



    Kim: You know, I was starting to think there were only two Diva’s on this show. The way things were going it was as if Mickie James and Natalya were the only two women that mattered.

    Melina: When the Diva’s Championship was being decided, where was our opportunity? Where was our chance to prove ourselves? In case you people didn’t realise, we are both former champions and we both deserve to be contending for the championship.

    Kim: Last week we did what we had to do – we made our own opportunities. We thrust ourselves into the spotlight. We didn’t want to have to do it the way we did, but if we’re not going to get chances the fair way – we’ll get them whatever way we can.

    Melina: Natalya, congratulations on finally winning the big one – we’re so totally proud of you, but don’t be getting too used to having that belt around your waist. As soon as either one of us gets a shot, that title won’t be yours any longer.

    Kim: And Mickie James, you might want to play the heroine, but we know as well as you do that if the show was on the other foot you would do the exact same thing.

    ???: Excuse me...

    The jeers from the crowd instantly intensify as Vickie Guerrero walks into the frame.

    Vickie: Excuse me ladies, I couldn’t help but overhear you. You know what, as Assistant Manager to the Diva’s Division here on Smackdown, I couldn’t agree with you any more. I want you ladies to know that it was William Regal who made the Diva’s Championship match and not me, and now that I am in charge, fairness and equality are the operative words. So, with that in mind, I’m going to make a little match for Joe/Punk II. Natalya is going to defend her Diva’s Championship against...Gail Kim...and Melina...and Mickie James in a fatal four-way match – so everyone who has impressed me so far is getting their shot.

    The jeers turn to cheers as Natalya and Mickie James walk into the frame as well.



    Natalya: Vickie, I know I’m meant to be upset about that but I actually want to thank you.

    Vickie: Well, you’re welcome.

    Natalya: Yeah, I want to thank you because you are giving me the perfect chance to prove myself yet again and I am guaranteeing right now that I will do exactly that.

    James: Well I’m not so sure about that, but we can worry about that late. Right now, I’m more concerned with you two. Girls, you can say whatever you want but I’m not here to be a hero, I’m just here to be champion. And I’m going to do that the right way, not with sneak attacks. So if you guys want a little warm up how we me and Nattie team up and face you two next week on Smackdown.

    Melina: That sounds perfect to me.

    Kim: But ah, maybe we’ll give you a little taster right now.

    All hell breaks loose as Kim slaps Mickie and Melina goes after Natalya. Vickie quickly runs out of the way as referees and official come swarming in to break up the girls.


    The Cutting Edge

    When we come back from commercial break the ring is set up for The Cutting Edge. There are two Director’s Chairs and a long table set up covered with replica Championship Belts and various other accolades.



    Boos instantly fill the arena as Team Ego, Edge and Chris Jericho, make their way to the ring in their ring gear but with matching Team Ego t-shirts.


    Jericho: Last week here on Smackdown was a very upsetting night for me. You see I was cheated out of victory by Kane and The Big Show. What was most upsetting however wasn’t losing to that oversized and overrated parasite but rather it was what I heard from the WWE Universe. As I was making my way back to my locker room...I heard laughter.

    The crowd cheer as Jericho is visibly upset at being laughed at last week. Edge starts yelling at the crowd to shut up and let Jericho speak.

    Jericho: Just as I expected you to do you gelatinous hypocrites. It wasn’t that long ago that you were laughing at my jokes and my put-downs but Chris Jericho is not here to make you laugh any longer. Chris Jericho is simply here to continue to be the best in the world at what I do.

    The crowd boo Jericho as he just stares at them with disgust.

    Edge: Yeah, that’s right, just keep on booing. But your boos will never change the fact that you are looking at the two most successful superstars in the history of the WWE. Take a look at this table back here. What you see is what Chris and I have accomplished in our careers. If any of you people could achieve just one of these things then you’d already of over-achieved. Look at what’s here. The WCW TV Title, the WCW Cruiserweight Title and the WCW World Title – well done Mr. Jericho. Oh and look, it’s my WCW United States Championship – and I didn’t even wrestle there.

    Jericho: More Intercontinental Championships than anybody for me. More tag team Championships than anybody for Edge. The European Title is there. The Hardcore Title is there. You name it, we’ve won it.

    Edge: And look here, what’s this?

    Edge picks up two action figures.

    Edge: Why, it’s Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock – the two men you defeated in one night to become the first ever Undisputed Champion of wrestling.

    Jericho: And right next to that is your massive King of the Ring trophy sandwiched by your tow Money in the Bank briefcases.

    Edge: There are Slammy awards here and there are more accomplishments here than everyone else in the rest of this building could even dream of.

    Jericho: Why’s there a Lita action figure?

    Edge: Because I did that too.

    Jericho: You see all of you people can laugh at us all you want, none of that changes the fact that we are the best in the world at what we do. Big Show and Kane may be bigger and they may be stronger and they might even be nicer people – that doesn’t change that when it comes to this business they cannot touch what we have accomplished. You see-

    BOOM!!!!



    The fans go wild as Kane’s music hits and The Big Red Machine starts to slowly march to the ring. Edge and Jericho look terrified and start to try and escape out the other side of the ring but Kane raises his arms and the ring is surrounded by flames so they cannot get out. Team Ego panic and slowly move their table away from the ropes to prevent it from getting damaged. They start yelling at Kane who is laughing on the outside. Suddenly a fist breaks through the ring canvas but Ego don’t see it. The Big Show was underneath the ring and he starts ripping through and climbing in.



    Kane raises his arms again, causing the flames to disappear. Ego turn around to run but walk right into a double clothesline from The Big Show. Kane rolls into the ring. Kane grabs Edge, Show grabs Jericho, and they choke slam them both through the table of trophies. The fans go wild as Kane and Show rip up the card board cut-outs and go even wilder when they start handing out the Championship Belts to the audience. Kane and Big Show continue to have fun at the expense of Edge and Jericho.


    CM Punk vs. JTG

    vs.

    The jubilant mood in the arena instantly turns sour when CM Punk makes his way to the ring. The straight-edge superstar has become one of the most hated superstars in WWE history and you can tell by the reaction he receives tonight. JTG comes to the ring looking to put a dent in CM Punk’s preparation for Joe/Punk II. JTG takes his jacket off outside the ring and slides straight in to get things started. Punk is ready for him, however, and drops an elbow to the back of his head before he can even get to his feet. He drops another two elbows to JTG’s head before covering him and getting a quick two-count. He picks him up and whips him into the corner. Punk runs and drives his knees into JTG’s face before dropping him with a bulldog. He gets another two-count. Punk stalks JTG and when he gets up Punk hoists him up onto his shoulders for the GTS. JTG manages to wriggle off. He bounces off the ropes and takes Punk down with a drop kick. Punk gets up and JTG goes for a clothesline but Punk ducks it, turns around and kicks JTG in the face. He catches him before he falls, lifts him back up and nails the GTS – picking up another impressive win.
    CM Punk grabs microphone and is about to give his victory speech when Samoa Joe’s music hits and The Samoan Submission Machine starts to march towards the ring.



    Punk: Hey, there you are Joe. I was wondering when you’d show up. Are you here to hit me? Are you to make me pay Joe?

    Joe has his eyes fixed on Punk as he keep walking to the ring. The fans are going nuts, desperate to see these two go at it.

    Punk: C’mon in Joe. Do your worst. I’ll even let you take the first shot.

    Joe gets into the ring and gets right into Punk’s face. Joe is furious and you can tell he is dying to hit Punk but he can’t or the big match is off.

    Punk: C’mon Joe. HIT ME!!! HIT ME!!! HIT ME!!!

    The fans are going absolutely wild as they are desperate to see Punk get what he deserves. Joe raises his arm but turns away and kicks the ropes in frustration.

    Punk: I didn’t think so...you always were a coward.

    Suddenly Joe is right back in Punk’s face. They are forehead to forehead talking trash to each other and Punk has dropped the mic. The electricity in the building is off the charts as the fans are desperate for them to fight. Suddenly the ring is swarmed by referees and security, directed by William Regal to split them up and protect the big match. Punk gladly rolls out of the ring and retreats up the aisle as Joe watches him livid. Joe grabs the mic.

    Joe: CM Punk I have never been ready for a fight in all my life. If you thought Summer Slam was bad it’s nothing compared to what I have in store for you this time. CM Punk – Joe’s gonna kill you!

    Joe’s music hits as a ‘Joe’s Gonna Kill You’ chant starts. This re-match has been brewing for weeks and will finally come to a head at Joe/Punk II.


    Backstage

    We go backstage where Byron Saxton is standing by.

    Saxton: Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome my guest at this time...WWE Champion...John Cena.



    Saxton: John Cena, last week the WWE Universe saw you brutalised worse than we’ve ever seen you before. How do you react to something like that?

    Cena: Yeah...even I didn’t see that comin’ last week. You know after the year I’ve had I was so excited to be WWE Champion again. No more Dolph Ziggler to worry about, no more Civil War – just The Champ back on top where I belong. I pictured it, title defences against Shad, movie premieres and gala events. I guess what I forgot is that this championship isn’t just an accolade, but it’s a target. It’s a target that means that the biggest, badest and nastiest men are coming after me. I got complacent and so last week I paid the price. I ensure you that will not happen again. Kevin Steen I know what you’re doing. I know you think this is the quickest path to success. It’s not. Taking on me is the quickest path to your destruction. You caught me off guard last week – you won’t be so lucky at the pay-per-view. When we face off one to one, when you face me like a man – well nothing will be able to stop me from delivering the biggest ass kicking I have ever delivered and Kevin Steen you will be sorry you ever came after me.


    WWE Tag Team Championship
    The Miz & John Morrison (c) vs. The Hart Dynasty vs. Evan Bourne & Rey Mysterio


    vs. vs.

    For the second time since the Draft Split following Summer Slam the Tag Team Championships are being defended in the main event on Smackdown. The first time saw a bone fide classic match-up between The Harts and Rey and Evan where The Harts finally captured the prize. The victory was cut short, however, when Miz and John Morrison cashed in on a favour from William Regal and instantly got a title shot. The Harts, absolutely exhausted, stood little chance and Miz and Morrison stole the belts. Because of actions like these the Champions came out to massive heat from the live audience – desperate to see the brash young superstars get their comeuppance. Evan Bourne & Rey Mysterio get a great reaction from the crowd but the clear favourites tonight are The Hart Dynasty. There’s been a real sense of injustice towards the Harts and the fans would love to see them recapture the gold tonight.

    The fans are hyped for the match withThe Miz and DH Smith starting things. They lock up and the stronger Smith overpowers Miz and shoves him to the mat. Miz scrambles to the ropes with a shocked expression before getting back to his feet. The two go to lock up again but Miz drives his knee into Smith’s gut before they can. He whips him into the ropes and goes for a clothesline. Smith ducks the clothesline, bounces off the ropes and takes Miz to the mat with a shoulder tackle. Miz gets up quickly and runs at Smith but Smith nails him with a belly to belly suplex. Miz rolls to the other side of the ring and manages to gather himself enough to tag in Rey Mysterio.

    Smith tags in Tyson Kidd and the final graduate of the Hart Dungeon enters to take on Mysterio. The two lock up and the speed of the action increases dramatically. Kidd instantly gets Rey with a wrist lock. Rey flips onto his back to twist out of it. He gets to his feet but Kidd nails him with a drop-kick. Rey gets up and ducks a clothesline. He bounces off the ring ropes and catches Kidd with a hurricanrana, sending him resting on the second rope. Rey runs to go for a 619. Kidd moves out of the way and Rey spins through the ropes and back into the ring. Kidd quickly grabs Rey from behind and brings him down with a inverted DDT for the first two-count of the match.

    The match continues on in this fashion for a while with two guys going at it in the ring with no one team getting the advantage. Eventually the teams start to get frustrated and do everything they can to tag in. It’s not long before chaos ensues and the referee starts to lose track of the tags as people rush in to break up tags and try to gain the advantage. John Morrison and Evan Bourne are the legal men but as they do battle every other man ends up in the ring. Smith goes after John Morrison. Rey Mysterio goes after Tyson Kidd. Amidst all the chaos The Miz manages to grab Evan Bourne and nail him with the Skull Crushing Finale. The other four men don’t realise that the referee is counting as Miz pins Bourne until it’s too late. 123 – Miz and Morrison have kept the belts.

    Instantly after the match Miz and Morrison bail out of the ring and grab the belts – retreating up the aisle. The Harts corner the referee and start arguing with him – saying the The Miz wasn’t the legal man. After checking on his partner Mysterio joins the Harts and starts arguing with the referee. A replay is shown but the referee won’t change his mind.

    Striker: This is preposterous – the official had no right to make that count – The Miz was not legal!

    Foley: But Matt you have to understand just how difficult a match like this is to referee. There are six men brawling across the ring at once, it’s impossible to keep track of them all. I don’t like it, but that’s the way it is – The Miz and John Morrison are still the champions.

    The fans are not pleased but give out a brief cheer when William Regal appears on the stage. Not because they like him, just because they want something done.

    Regal: Gentlemen, gentlemen, I understand your frustration but you cannot berate an official like this – his decision is final.

    The fans instantly boo Regal’s decree while Miz and Morrison look absolutely delighted.

    Regal: However, there is no doubting that tonight’s victory was anything but decisive. I want to know, once and for all, who the better team really is. Therefore we’re going to all of this again at Joe/Punk II. This time, however, getting one victory will not be enough. If you’re going to be called tag team champions then you’re going to do so decisively. At Joe/Punk II The Miz and John Morrison will defend their Tag Team Championship against The Harts and against Bourne and Mysterio – the winners are the first team to capture two pinfalls – not one. There might be two falls, there might be three and there might even be four but one’s thing for sure...we will have proper winners. Gentlemen, best of luck.

    The fans love this decision and cheer. The four challengers in the ring look fairly pleased at this opportunity while Miz and Morrison look absolutely disgusted as Smackdown goes off the air.




    Samoa Joe vs. CM Punk

    WWE Championship
    Street Fight

    John Cena (c)vs. Kevin Steen

    ECW Championship
    Christian (c) vs. Bryan Danielson

    Team Ego (Edge and Chris Jericho) vs. Kane & The Big Show

    Tag Team Championship
    First to Two Falls Match

    The Miz and John Morrison (c) vs. The Hart Dynasty vs. Evan Bourne & Rey Mysterio

    Diva’s Championship
    Natalya (c) vs. Mickie James vs. Gail Kim vs. Melina

    Sheamus and Drew McIntyre vs. Dustin Rhodes and Finlay


    ** And Smackdown is up – I think that’s the full Joe/Punk II card revealed to just a go-home show left. I was so fired up writing this having not written with the Smackdown guys in a while. Hope you enjoy, reviews and comments are always appreciated. **

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    PB I just read Smackdown and I couldn't leave without saying a few things about the show man...
    • First that Christian speech was just great man, you captured a lot of heart and pride in those words and I really felt it come through of how much of a great fighting champion Christian has been. I really would love to see him pushed to the main event after the belt is retired.
    • Secondly when I saw you building to Steen/Cena I was a bit meh on it but I have to say you are winning me over. Tonight both guys really sold the feud heaps and I love the fact that Steen has one up on Cena already. I just hope you add a bit more twists and turns in the road because with Steen having the upper hand at the moment Cena would loose credibility if he didnt gain any and lost the title he would lose a lot of credibility. But I have faith that you can continue the awesomeness with it.
    • Thirdly I love the spotlight you are shinning on the tag team division, it is awesome to see them get a main event as a lot of feds don't do that. I like the match for Joe/Punk II and really look forward to it as it has me wondering if you will take the titles of Miz/JoMo and push them in singles action or not.
    • And lastly dude with efforts like this you totally deserve the Power Ten Top Spot whenever you get it man. You have taken a fed that Will created himself, you joined him as partner and the fed closes. It opens again and Will cant stick around and you, thats right YOU have taken the reigns and pushed it in a bit of another direction and made the whole Legacy product evolve even more for it. You deserve all the kudos you get and you should be proud
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    Previously on WWE Legacy:

    *At Bad Blood Legacy finally imploded as Cody Rhodes successfully defended his World Title against Ted DiBiase and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat Match. Cody was in jubilant form last week on Raw but Stephanie McMahon soon put an end to that when she announced that he would be defending that title two weeks later on the USA Special ‘Bragging Rights’ edition of Monday Night Raw. McMahon set up a Championship Chase tournament between The Hardy Boyz, Mr. Kennedy, Ezekiel Jackson, MVP and Jack Swagger. MVP fought off the opposition to become the number one contender.

    *Shawn Michaels continued his weird behaviour regarding Ezekiel Jackson. At Bad Blood HBK and Jackson ended up brawling up the aisle – leaving both their partners to do it alone. When Triple H tried to confront HBK as to why he let Jackson get to him, Michaels tried to brush the whole issue off. Later that night, however, Michaels reappeared, delivering some Sweet Chin Music to Ezekiel Jackson and costing him his match.

    * The Diva’s Division on Raw continued to impress as Katie Lea put on a great performance against Eve Torres. After the match Beth Phoenix, who is trying to get a greater emphasis on the placed on the Diva’s, congratulated Katie on her match. Team LayCool weren’t so encouraging, however, and made sure Katie Lea knew that they plan to be the tope Diva’s on Raw so she had better not get any big ideas.

    *Randy Orton was talking with Scot Stanford backstage about his loss at Bad Blood when he was suddenly attacked from behind by Ted DiBiase and nailed with a lead pipe. DiBiase looked like a man possessed and told Orton, “You think you’ve reached the bottom?...You pushed me to the bottom and I’m going to drag you down with me.”

    *Santino Marella began his quest to find a new tag team partner by seeking out Dolph Ziggler. Dolph, who was trying to impress the Bella Twins, didn’t take kindly to being bothered by the Italian Superstar. Later that night the two men faced off and Dolph took all of his anger out on Marella, gaining the win in the process.




    Raw
    Money Talks


    Can I Have Your Attention Please?
    Before Raw Begins the last commercial airs...featuring Ted DiBiase.



    DiBiase: Ladies and Gentlemen my name is Ted DiBiase and I have paid for this commercial time out of my own money. I’ve had to pay for it myself because the WWE would not give me some time of my own to speak later on tonight. You see, the past month has been the worst of my professional life, but that is all about to change. You see, I may not have had the best of luck in the ring as of late – but when your luck runs out you have to do something about it. Me, well I can afford to do something about – and you’re going to see that tonight. Tonight is the beginning of the reinvention of Ted DiBiase, which will lead to the downfall of Randy Orton. You may have thought I’ve exhausted all of my options...but money talks and everyone...well everyone has a price.

    As Ted DiBiase’s commercial fades fro mthe screen the opening video plays, the pyro goes off and King, Cole and Mathews welcome us to Monday Night Raw. They hype up the VIP’s Lounge tonight with Cody Rhodes and the huge main event match-up of Triple H vs. Mr. Kennedy.


    Heartbroken?



    The fans go wild as HBK Shawn Michaels comes out to the ring to start the show. He’s wearing jeans, boots, a shirt and a cowboy hat and has a smile on his face as he dances to the ring.

    HBK: Last week, Ezekiel Jackson learned what happens when you mess with the Heart-Break Kid!

    The fans cheer Michaels and a big HBK! HBK! HBK! Chant breaks out.

    HBK: You know, I’m not going to get into what he said to me and I’m not going to start pointing fingers but what I will make clear is this – Ezekiel Jackson crossed the line and as a man I couldn’t stand and take it. Jackson’s big and he he’s bad but he tasted Sweet Chin Music last week...so I don’t think he’ll want round tow any time soon. I may look like I’m down and out but Shawn Michaels is far from over and I’m not the easy target you might want be to me. So Jackson-

    Suddenly the lights dim in the arena and the big screen goes blank. Text starts to appear on the screen.

    “ Thus shall mine anger be accomplished, and I will cause my fury to rest upon them, and I will be comforted: and they shall know that I the LORD have spoken it in my zeal, when I have accomplished my fury in them.

    Moreover I will make thee waste, and a reproach among the nations that are round about thee, in the sight of all that pass by.

    So it shall be a reproach and a taunt, an instruction and an astonishment unto the nations that are round about thee, when I shall execute judgments in thee in anger and in fury and in furious rebukes. I the LORD have spoken it.

    When I shall send upon them the evil arrows of famine, which shall be for their destruction, and which I will send to destroy you: and I will increase the famine upon you, and will break your staff of bread:

    So will I send upon you famine and evil beasts, and they shall bereave thee: and pestilence and blood shall pass through thee; and I will bring the sword upon thee. I the LORD have spoken it.”




    Michaels stands in the ring, reading the text confused. Suddenly the entire arena goes pitch black. The lights come back on and Ezekiel Jackson is in the ring with Shawn Michaels. Michaels turns around and his head is nearly taken off with a massive clothesline from Jackson. Jackson kicks HBK’s hat to the outside and rips his shirt off his back. Jackson gets Michaels to his feet and slams him to the mat with The Book of Ezekiel. Jackson smiles a huge grin as the fans in the arena are livid. The lights go off again and when they come back on Jackson has disappeared. Triple H runs to the ring to check on HBK as Raw cuts to commercial.



    Dolph Ziggler vs. Jeff Hardy

    vs.

    The foul mood the fans are in only continues when the arrogant Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring. Ziggler has made a huge impact over the past year but that certainly hasn’t translated into popularity – not that he cares. One Superstar the plans are pleased to see is the Charismatic Jeff Hardy. Hardy doesn’t look quite at a hundred percent after his brutal match with The Undertaker but he’s certainly a lot better than last week. Hardy is up on the ropes posing for the fans. Ziggler takes off his entrance vest, hooks it around Jeff’s neck and pulls, slamming him to the mat. He throws the vest to the outside and the bell rings, starting the match.

    Ziggler leaps as high as he can and drives his elbow into Hardy’s face. He covers him and gets a two-count. Ziggler grabs Hardy and whips him hard into the corner. Hardy bounces off and falls to the mat. Ziggler runs after him and nails a leaping leg drop to the back of his neck. He covers Hardy again bur Hardy kicks out again. Ziggler has surprised Hardy with his intense style, taking the fight right to him from the get go. Ziggler continues to throw caution to the wind, doing whatever it takes to wear him down. Eventually he goes for the Fame-Asser but Hardy moves and Ziggler slams ass first on the mat. Hardy stumbles against the ropes and drop-kicks Ziggler in the face out of desperation. Both men are down as the fans go wild urging Hardy on.

    They get up and Ziggler tries to gain the advantage but Hardy reverses his attempts and eventually nails a Whisper In The Wind, turning the tide in his favour. The fans are going wild as Hardy whips off his shirt, throwing it into the crowd. He stalks Ziggler, waiting for him to get to his feet. He grabs him, throws up the Hardy Guns and drives Ziggler into the mat with a Twist of Fate. The noise the arena only gets louder and louder as he starts to climb the turnbuckle. Ziggler is rolling around on the ground and as Hardy gets to the top he takes his opportunity, kicking the ropes, crotching Hardy on the top. Ziggler uses the ropes to climb to his feet and starts to climb up the turnbuckle. He hooks Hardy’s arm to try and go for a superplex but Hardy holds back. He grabs Ziggler head and slams it of the top turnbuckle. Ziggler goes groggy before falling backwards hard. Hardy gets to his feet on and wastes no time in leaping off the tope rope, crushing Hardy’s ribs in with a Swanton Bomb. He covers Ziggler and gets the three-count and the win.

    The All-American Intercontinental Champion

    The All-American American Jack Swagger makes his way to the ring with a new red, white and blue singlet and his Intercontinental Championship around his waist. He has his massive grin on his face and his arms spread out as he walks to the ring, soaking in the jeers like they were cheers.



    Swagger: Ladies and Gentlemen of America, I have decided that the disrespect you have shown towards me must stop. As Intercontinental Champion I am officially the best wrestler from every continent on the planet and that means that if you must show your patriotism by respecting me – so show your respect right now America...let me hear it!

    Swagger holds out his arms and closes his eyes to soak in the cheers. Much to his chagrin there are no cheers at all as the WWE Universe boos him instead. Swagger can’t keep his smile forever and eventually gets frustrated. He starts yelling at the crowd.

    Swagger: Dammit – I’m the two-time two-time All American American Champion of every continent- you people must respect me.

    The boos only get louder. Swagger holds his hands against his ears as he tries to ignore them.

    Swagger: You know what, fine, you people aren’t real Americans anyway – I should be your American Hero! And...and I’m going to prove it. You see after Bragging Rights the WWE are going on a World Tour and Monday Night Raw will be coming live from different countries around the world. As Intercontinental Champion I am going to show you all what an American Hero I really am. Each night of the European Tour I will defend my Intercontinental Championship against the best opposition I can find in that country. Jack Swagger is officially putting the world on notice – The Champion is going on tour and he’s going to show everyone, even the ungrateful unpatriotic underachieving Americans like you, that I am the best wrestler on any continent. Now let’s start this thing right – we’re in Brooklyn Tonight, right? Well bring me out the best you’ve got.

    vs.

    The fans go wild as The Brooklyn Brawler comes out in his home-town. He marches to the ring to try and win the Intercontinental Championships – something he never achieved in his...less than spectacular career. Swagger holds his hand out for a shake. The Brawler goes to take it but Swagger drops the mat and starts doing push-ups instead. Swagger gets to his feet laughing at Brawler. Brawler looks disgusted and throws a punch at Swagger. Swagger avoids it and pie-faces Brawler. Brawler gets to his face but Swagger takes him down and pins him to the mat. Instead of going for the count he lifts him up and throws him across the ring with a belly to back suplex. Brawler slowly gets to his feet this time and Swagger is quick to take him down with a gut-wrench powerbomb. Swagger then grabs Brawler’s leg and locks in the ankle lock. Brawler taps straight away. Swagger does a victory lap around the ring while the fans are irate.

    Beth Phoenix & Katie Lea vs. Michelle McCool & Layla


    vs.

    Laycool get a horrible reception from the crowd as they make their way to the ring for their match. They chat the whole way down the aisle, reminding each other how great they are. Beth Phoenix has the full support of the WWE Universe behind her while they aren’t so sure how to react to Katie Lea. Beth and Layla start things off. Beth shows off her strength and tosses Layla across the ring like a rag doll to a great response from the crowd. Layla scurries back to Michelle for protection. McCool enters the match and instead of locking up with Phoenix she kicks her in the knee. She then kicks her in the face, getting a two count and gaining the momentum.

    McCool isolates Phoenix from Katie Lea and wears her down, focusing on Beth’s leg, trying to take her strength out of the equation. She and Layla make a succession of quick tags, wearing Beth down. McCool locks in a half-Boston Crab leaning way back to really yank at her knee. Beth is in agony and close to tapping out. Katie has seen enough. She barges into the ring, grabs McCool by the hair and slams her face first into the mat. The referee forces her out but it bought Beth some precious time. McCool starts to crawl towards Layla while Beth drags herself towards Katie Lea. Both women make the tag. Katie runs in and takes Layla down with a clothesline. Layla quickly gets to her feet but is met with an enziguri. She covers Layla but McCool breaks it up.

    Katie grabs McCool and kicks her in the gut before throwing her out of the ring. Katie runs her hands through her hair before letting out a scream. She picks up Layla but Layla quickly reverse into a small package, getting a two count of her own. The two get up and Layla swings at Katie but Katie ducks, grabs Layla, and drives her head-first into the mat with a DDT. She covers her. McCool tries to get in but Beth stops her just in time. Katie Lea and Beth Phoenix are the winners!
    Phoenix looks delighted while Katie just has a tiny smirk on her face. Laycool immediately retreat and start complaining the whole way up the ramp. Beth raises Katie’s arm in celebration but as she does Katie’s smile instantly disappears. Katie turns and looks at Beth before levelling her with a clothesline. She grabs Beth’s leg and slams it into the mat. Beth is in agony, lying face first on the mat. Katie grabs both of Beth’s arms and places her foot on Beth’s head before knocking her out with a curb-stomp. The fans are disgusted at Katie and let her know as she makes her way to the back – smiling again.


    Backstage


    We cut to the backstage area where Jeff Hardy is recouperating after his match earlier. Matt walks in to talk to his brother.



    Matt: Hey man, you did awesome tonight, I’m proud of you.

    Jeff looks up at Matt and nods in appreciation.

    Matt: This is Jeff – with us back on the same show it’s only a matter of time before the Hardy Boyz are back on top again – I can feel it man – everything’s going right for us. We’re on a roll!

    Jeff stands up with an exarcebated look on his face.

    Jeff: Matt, you’re my brother man, I love you. But we’ve been through this before – The Hardy Boyz are done for now – we need to look out for ourselves. I appreciate what you did to help me against The Undertaker, I do, but now I’m going for the World Title and so should you – we can’t do that together.

    Jeff walks off as Matt looks on disappointed.


    Ted DiBiase vs. Carlito
    vs.

    Carlito is standing in the ring when we come back from the commercial break. Ted DiBiase’s music hits and he struts to the ring. He’s like a new man – gone are the sweat pants and defeatist attitude, instead he’s wearing green trunks and an all new swagger. He climbs into the ring and looks at Carlito, raising an eyebrow. Carlito looks at DiBiase, sighs and holds out his hand. DiBiase smiles, takes a wad of cash out from his boots and places it into Carlito’s hand. Carlito puts the money into his pocket before lying down on the mat. DiBiase gets down and covers him, getting the three-count to massive boos from the audience.
    Mathews: Well that’s one way to end a losing streak!

    DiBiase’s music hits and he climbs onto the second turnbuckle, raising his arms in the air. Suddenly Randy Orton’s music hits and The Viper sprints to the ring. DiBiase rolls out of the ring, jumps the guard rail and runs for his life. Orton is livid so he grabs Carlito and nails him with an RKO instead. The fans go wild, chanting for Orton as he stares at DiBiase retreating.


    VIP’s Lounge

    When we come back from commercial break The Ring is set up for the VIP’s lounge. There’s a carpet over the ring, some tall lamps, a table and two big leather couches. The lights are dimmed as we await our host.



    The crowd go wild as MVP’s music hits and the Ballin’ Number One Contender makes his way to the ring dressed to the nines. He’s wearing jeans, a shirt, tie and waist-coat – alongside plenty of bling. He slaps hands with the fans on his way before getting in the ring and grabbing the mic.

    MVP: Hey y’all, tonight in the VIP lounge...tonight is a celebration because MVP is back where he belongs to back and that’s on the road to the richest prize in the game. This year I’ve won Money In The Bank, I’ve been United States Champion, I’ve been Million Dollar Champion and I’ve challenged for the World Title. The only thing left for me to do to complete my year is to finally win the big one and come out here in front of all of my people with the World Heavyweight Championship around my waist. Last week...last week you all saw just what I’m capable of, I beat Jack Swagger, Mr. Kennedy and Ezekiel Jackson in the one night and that means that next week I just need one more three-count to get the belt.



    The party mood instantly disappears as The World Heavyweight Champion Cody Rhodes starts to make his way to the ring. He is wearing the finest tailored suit and has the best bling of all, The World Heavyweight Championship, over his shoulder. As usual, he is smiling from ear to ear.

    Rhodes: MVP, MVP, MVP. I really hope you enjoy your little celebration tonight...I really do because this is all you’re going to have to celebrate. Yes, you are on the road to a title shot but the road ends not with you holding this belt in the air but it ends with you flat on your back. You see MVP you and I...we’re very different. We’re both athletically gifted and we’re both charismatic superstars...but the reality is that I was born better. So whereas for you being number one contender is cause for celebration – being anything less than World Champion isn’t good enough for me. This time next week we’ll be in the ring together again and MVP I’m going to teach you a very valuable lesson. Wanting something just isn’t enough. Some people, like you and like all of the people here in Brooklyn tonight, well some people are born runner-ups. Others, like myself, well we’re born Champions. That’s what it means to be born better.

    The fans boos Cody as he stands in the ring grinning – absolutely delighted with himself.

    MVP: You know Cody, you’re right, you’re absolutely right. You and I – we’re very different. You were born into wrestling royalty and you have had everything handed to you on a big silver spoon and hey, well done, you’ve made the most of that. Me? Damn boy, I can only imagine how far I would be if I had half the opportunities you did. You see growing up I didn’t have the opportunities or the luxuries that you had and so to survive, I made some pretty bad choices. I regret those choices but there’s no denying that those experiences shaped the man I am today. So you see when you were sixteen your daddy bought you a fancy car and a ticket to Wrestlemania. Me, when I was sixteen I was going to jail where I stayed for nine and a half years. I got out and I turned my life around. I saw what consequences there were to my bad choices and I made sure I worked my ass off to never make those choices again. I made sure I worked my ass off so that if I had a family I could provide for them and make sure they were never in a position I was in where I had little choice but to make those bad decisions. You see-

    Rhodes: Wah, wah, wah. How sad. Poor little MVP had no choice but to join a gang to survive the hood. Booh hooh. You can make all the excuses you want – I don’t care – I deal with the reality of here and now. The reality of the here and now is that because I was born better than you I am World Heavyweight Champion and you...you are destined to flounder in mediocrity.

    MVP: But you see Cody that’s exactly where you’re wrong. You’ve yet to experience hardship in life – my life has been full of it. I know what it takes to fight through and to get the job done and because of that – I am more determined than ever to prove to you, to the WWE Universe and to anyone else that doubts me that it doesn’t matter where you’re from but what matters is how bad you want it.

    MVP gets right up into Cody’s face as the fans cheer for him.

    MVP: And Cody Rhodes, nobody wants the World Championship more than I do. Next week...I’m coming.

    Cody backs off looking disgusted. He takes off his jacket and starts to unbutton his sleeves as if he’s going to fight. MVP tells him to bring it on but Cody changes his mind and leaves the ring instead. Cody retreats up the ramp telling MVP that he’s waiting until next week.


    Paul Burchill vs. Santino Marella

    vs.

    After impressing last week Paul Burchill gets another opportunity this week to try and impress on Raw. He walks to the ring with his black and purple trunks, black leather jacket and black glove. The Ripper has a sinister look on his face as he prepares for battle. Santino comes out to a great crowd reaction and marches to the ring determined to make up for his loss last week against Dolph Ziggler. Like Eugene last week he holds out his hand for a shake. Burchill looks at Santino with complete disdain before knocking him over with a hard short arm clothesline. Burchill stalks Santino and when Santino gets up Burchill runs at him but Santino reverses and nails an arm drag. Santino holds out his arm and the crowd go wild in anticipation of the cobra. Burchill gets up and Santino goes for the cobra but Burchill ducks behind Santino and nails a German Suplex sending him across the ring. Santino uses the turnbuckle to pull himself up. When he gets to his feet Burchill runs, leaps and drives his knees into Santino’s back. Burchill has had enough. He grabs Santino and delivers a thunderous Brainbuster to pick up the win. Burchill was given another opportunity to impress and he did just that.

    Mr. Kennedy vs. Triple H

    vs.

    The fans are pumped for this huge main event this evening. Mr. Kennedy got the pinfall on Triple H in their tag team match at Bad Blood – tonight is the chance for Mr. Kennedy to cement his dominance or for Triple H to swing things back in his favour. Before the match starts the announcers hype up that these men will be leading Survivor Series teams against each other at the November Pay-Per-View. The two men square up to start off talking smack to each other. Kennedy takes the first shot chopping Triple H hard in the chest before punching him in the gut and taking him down with a clothesline. Kennedy goes to pick Triple H up but Triple H kicks him away and gets to his feet himself. Triple H whips Kennedy into the ropes but Kennedy ducks Triple H’s clothesline. Triple H runs at Kennedy but Kennedy hoists him up and slams him into the mat with a Samoan Drop for a two-count. Kennedy quickly grabs Triple H and hoists him up for another Samoan Drop but Triple H wriggles free and nails Kennedy with a DDT, getting a two-count of his own.

    King: Wow, these guys are going all out from the get-go to prove a point here tonight.

    The match continues like this with neither man giving an inch until Triple H accidentally collides with the official. Kennedy sees a window of opportunity and levels the game with a low blow, turning things in his favour. Kennedy then goes on the offence, doing everything he can to wear Triple H down. He bounces off the ropes and drives his knee into Triple H’s head before locking in a head-lock. He has it cinched in tight and Triple H is fading. Triple H tries to get to his feet to fight Kennedy off. Kennedy jumps onto Triple H’s back to tighten his hold. Triple H is still fading but he manages to run and ram Kennedy back first into the turnbuckle. Kennedy falls off as Triple H stumbles forward. Kennedy runs at Triple H but the Game manages to grab him and slam him down hard with a spine-buster. He covers Mr. Kennedy and gets a two-count only.

    Eventually Triple H has Mr. Kennedy backed in the corner and he chops his chest to pieces. Kennedy is writhing in pain but Triple H won’t relent. He grabs Kennedy and whips him into the ropes. Kennedy ducks Triple H’s clothesline but when he returns he can’t dodge Triple H’s high knee to the face. Triple H is building momentum. He grabs Kennedy and puts his head between his legs to go for the pedigree. Kennedy resists, however, and lifts Triple H up and over with a big bad body drop. Kennedy whips Triple H into the corner. He runs and clothesline Triple H in the corner. He lists him up and sits him on the top rope. Kennedy then climbs up with him and lifts him onto his shoulders to go for a Greenbay Plunge. Triple H starts to kick his legs to get out of it. He slips off and lands on the second rope, facing Kennedy. He punches Kennedy in the face before grabbing him around the waist, lifting him up and slamming him to the mat with a spinebuster from the second rope. The fans are going wild as both men are down. They slowly get to their feet and Triple grabs Kennedy. He puts his head between his legs. He hooks his arms and he nails a picture perfect pedigree for the win.

    The fans go wild as Triple H celebrates his victory.

    King: Ladies and Gentlemen we are officially on the road to Survivor Series, is this what we will see at the pay-per-view, will Team Triple H stand victorious against Team Kennedy?

    Mathews: And do not forget next week, we have a special dual-branded three hour Raw called ‘Bragging Rights’ with a huge main event as MVP faces Cody Rhodes to try and capture his first world title.

    Cole: Do not miss it, thank you, and good night!

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    -WWE are really getting behind Bryan Danielson over recent weeks and feel like he could be a big star for them in the future. As a result, they want to own his name and so have changed it, rather subtly, to Daniel Bryan on the WWE website and all other promotional material. Bryan seems fine with the change along as he gets his opportunity. Sources in the WWE are claiming that Vince sees him as Chris Benoit's natural heir and it's only a matter of time before they push him to the moon. They are on the fence as to whether to give him the ECW Championship on Sunday or not.

    -WWE are using the World Tour after Bragging Rights to scout for International Talent. The recent arrivals of Drew McIntyre and Sheamus are said to be only the start of a new international flair in the WWE. The Jack Swagger matches in particular are being used as on-air try-out matches for superstars they are keen on. They will be visiting Japan, Mexico and the UK over the next few weeks before returning to Madison Square Garden for Survivor Series.

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    Previously on WWE Legacy:



    *The clock is ticking with only a few days left before the WWE Universe finally gets to see Joe/Punk II. Both men are training for the toughest match of their lives and impressed last week. CM Punk clinically annihilated JTG while Samoa Joe bested Mark Henry. The no contact clause put in place by William Regal was tested to its limits as Punk did all he could to get Samoa Joe to snap. Thankfully security swarmed the ring in time to split things up.

    *Kevin Steen made it clear that his aim at Joe/Punk II is not only to capture the WWE Championship but more importantly to destroy John Cena. In an interview via satellite in the interest of Cena’s safety, Steen announced that their title match would be a Street Fight. John Cena later admitted that he had perhaps underestimated Kevin Steen. Kevin Steen would be underestimating him, however, is he didn’t realise that John Cena will do whatever it takes to get the job done and keep his WWE Championship.

    *The Tag Team Division continued to shine as The Miz and John Morrison defended their Tag Team Championships in a Triple Threat Main Event against Bourne & Mysterio and The Harts. Unfortunately the match ended indecisively as the referee got the call wrong and allowed the illegal man, The Miz, to pin Evan Bourne. William Regal said that we need a winner from these three once and for all and that that winner would be declared at Joe/Punk II in a first to two falls match between the three teams for the titles.

    *Speaking of tag teams, Team EGO put on a very special celebration in honour of their incredible accomplishments throughout their careers. On display were over 50 Championship Belts between them King of the Ring Trophies, Slammies and many other outstanding achievements. Unfortunately, Kane and The Big Show weren’t so excited to be celebrating their Egos and crashed the party, quite literally, as they chokeslammed the braggadocios through their table of prizes.

    *Another Division making huge strides was the Diva’s Division. Assistant Manager to the Diva’s Division on Smackdown listened to everything that the various Diva’s had to say and made a huge match at the pay-per-view in the interest of fairness. Natalya will defend her Diva’s Title against Mickie James, Melina and Gail Kim in a Fatal Four-Way Match.


    *In one of the most emotional moments of the year, the Peep’s Champ Christian explained to the WWE Universe just how much the ECW Championship has meant to him. With tear in his eyes he vowed to retain the belt at Joe/Punk II and retire it with pride. Immediately after Bryan Danielson showed Christian just how difficult a feat that will be as he defeated Chris Sabin in a stellar bout.

    *Sheamus and rew McIntyre put on quite the show for Finlay and Dustin Rhodes watching at hope as they made quick work of Primo and The Hurricane. William Regal has hand-picked the two Europeans to do his bidding and it seems like he’s made a great choice. Finlay and Rhodes must bring their A Games if they’re to stand a chance against these two upstarts this Sunday.


    Smackdown
    T-Minus 48 Hours...





    Evan Bourne vs. Tyson Kidd vs. John Morrison



    vs. vs.

    All six men participating in the tag team title match this Sunday make their way to the ring. While Morrison, Bourne and Kidd enter it, Miz, Smith and Mysterio join the announce table.

    Striker: Folks, history will be made tonight – six men at the announce table!

    Foley: And yet, you’ll still try to talk as if you’re the only one!

    The three men in the ring stand staring at each other, none of them sure how to start things off. Eventually Evan Bourne charges at John Morrison and knocks him down with a clothesline. Tyson Kidd is quick to act however and superkicks Evan Bourne when he turns around. Morrison is back to his feet, however, and nails Kidd with a dropkick. Kidd gets to his feet and Morrison whips him into the ropes. Kidd grabs the ropes to stop himself from bounding back at Morrison. Morrison charges at Kidd but Kidd ducks and pulls down the ropes sending Morrison over the top. Morrison grabs the top rope on his way over, avoiding a fall. He skins the cat and hooks his legs around Kidd’s neck before flicking him over the top rope. Morrison, standing on the apron, runs and leaps at Kidd nailing a shooting star press off the apron onto Kidd.

    Miz: I’m dizzy watching. If I was in there I’d just punch someone.

    Mysterio: Thank God you’re not in there! We’re getting a great match instead!

    Morrison gets to his feet and pulls Kidd up with him. Evan Bourne is back to his feet in the ring, however. He sees the two men on the outside, runs up the turnbuckle and dives off the top rope with a huge cross-body taking both men out, the fans are going wild. Bourne gets to his feet and throws a thumb up to the crowd. He grabs Tyson Kidd and throws him into the ring and follows him in. He whips him into the ropes but John Morrison grabs the ropes from the outside, bringing Kidd crashing to the floor below. Morrison gets up on the apron. Bourne runs at him but Morrison gets a boot up, kicking Bourne in the face. Bourne falls backwards and Morrison springboards over the ropes, crushing Evan’s chest with an elbow drop.

    Miz: That’s one half of your tag team champions right there ladies and gentlemen!

    Smith: A Championship he never earned folks!

    Miz: Coming from the one of the shortest reigning tag team champions in history!

    Morrison covers Bourne but Evan gets a shoulder up at two. The match continues in this frantic pace, giving the fans a great taster for what’s to come this Sunday at the pay-per-view. Even though there are no stipulations in this match, all three men desperately want the psychological advantage that a win here would give them that they go all out to get the victory. Eventually, after a lot of back and forth action, all three men are exhausted, barely able to stand in the ring. They start trading blows, trying to knock each other over. Morrison punches Kidd hard. Kidd reels backward before punching Bourne. Bourne stumbles before punching Morrison. They all seem to get the same idea at once and run to clothesline each other but they end up all knocking each other out.

    Grisham: Guys, if this match continues like this, you three might not have tag team partners for Sunday!

    Miz: Striker, Mick, if Todd continues like this you two won’t have a broadcast partner for Sunday.

    Grisham: I’m shutting up now.

    Miz gets out of his seat and goes to the apron, starting to urge Morrison to get up. Mysterio and Smith immediately follow suit and leave the table. Morrison gets to his feet first. He climbs out to the apron and springboards, looking to splash on top of both Kidd and Bourne. Kidd and Bourne and both quick to react and roll out of the way. Tyson Kidd quickly kicks Evan Bourne in the stomach and suplexes him on top of John Morrison. Kidd runs towards the rope but The Miz grabs his foot. DH Smith immediately goes after Miz and it’s not long before Rey joins in and all three men are brawling on the outside. Tyson Kidd decides to sort things out and leaps over the ropes taking all three men out with a plancha. By now Morrison and Bourne are up and Morrison takes advantage of the chaos by rolling Evan up. He gets a two count but Bourne reverses it. 1...2...3! Evan Bourne picks up the win.
    Rey rolls into the ring to celebrate with Bourne but it’s not too long before all six men are in the ring brawling.

    Striker: These three teams have been at each other’s throats for weeks and weeks now, it’s finally boiled over, they’ve all snapped!

    Security rushes the ring trying to split them all up.

    Grisham: Look at this mayhem! It’s chaos!

    Foley: And it will finally come to an end this Sunday. I cannot wait!

    CM Punk




    A video plays showing CM Punk in training mode for this Sunday’s big match. It begins with him running around the streets of Chicago.

    Punk: You know I brought Samoa Joe into the WWE – I gave him a shot and I gave him a chance when nobody else did. How did he repay me? By making a mockery of everything I stand for by getting suspended for failing the wellness policy. He made me look like a joke, he delivered a low-blow to my integrity so let’s not turn Joe into a victim...he turned on me.

    It shows him practicing his kicks and strikes on a punch bag.

    Punk: Joe beat me at Summer Slam. He one hundred percent did. But that will never happen again. Joe came back from months on the sideline doing nothing but training to fight me whereas I was fighting week in and week out for the ECW Championship. Now, I’ve worked my ass off to make sure I’m in the best shape of my career...there will be no excuses.

    It shows him practising his chain wrestling in an old gym with Colt Cabana.

    Punk: Joe won the first match, he will not win the re-match. I have every advantage I need. I’m in better shape, I have better technical ability and because I’m drug-free and alcohol-free – I have no distractions. Wrestling is my addiction and so ever since Summer Slam I have put all of my energy and all of my drive into getting ready for this match. When Joe was out partying celebrating his win I was thinking of new ways to hurt and maim him. This will not be a repeat performance of Summer Slam...not a chance.

    The video then cuts to CM Punk, facing the camera.

    Punk: Samoa Joe you had better not be complacent and you had better not think that this will be anything like our last match. This Sunday I am going to expose you as the fraud you are and I’m going to show to you, the WWE Universe and the entire world that CM Punk is better...he’s better than you!

    Melina & Gail Kim vs. Natalya & Mickie James



    vs.

    Vickie Guerrero is seated ringside as Smackdown’s Diva’s are in action. Gail Kim and Melina come to the ring first to a poor reaction from the fans. They ignore the fans as they wait for their opponents. Mickie James comes out first to a huge reaction – the fans loving seeing one of the greatest Diva’s of all time. Mickie waits in front of the ring for her partner. Natalya’s music hits and the Diva’s Champion proudly makes her way to the ring. She catches up with Mickie, takes off her jacket and belt and the two slide into the ring to start things off straight away. All four Diva’s are going at it. The referee gets between them and forces them to their corners. Mickie and Melina start the match off.

    The two long time rivals look at each other from either side of the ring, ready for battle. They run at each other and lock up. Melina gets Mickie into a wrist-lock. Mickie twists out and punches Melina in the face. Melina holds in face in disgust before decking her with a punch of her own. She kicks her hard in the gut, sending her to her knees before booting her in the face. She picks her up and goes for a suplex but Mickie blocks it and kicks her in the gut. Mickie whips Melina into the corner. She runs at her but Melina gets her feet up. Melina scurries to the other corner and tags in Gail Kim. Mickie tags in Natalya.

    Natalya locks up with Gail. Gail ducks behind her and whips her into the ropes. Natalya bounces back and ducks Gail’s clothesline. She stops herself before she reaches the ropes again. Gail runs at her but Natalya elbows her in the face. Gail stumbles backwards as Natalya grabs her hits a perfect fisherman’s suplex, earning a two-count. Natalya grabs Gail’s legs and goes to lock in the Sharpshooter but Gail grabs onto the bottom ropes. Natalya goes to pick Gail up but Gail rakes her eyes. Gail grabs Natalya and whips her into her corner. She tags in Melina and they deliver a big double suplex.

    Melina and Gail Kim isolate Natalya for the next portion of the match, wearing in down, not just to win the match but to weaken her for Sunday. Eventually Melina goes to hit Natalya with a Primal Scream but Natalya reverses it and takes her down with a clothesline. She crawls to her corner and tags in Mickie. Mickie comes in and takes Melina down with a clothesline. Gail tries to get into the ring but Mickie kicks her off the apron. Melina gets up but is met with a Lou Thez Press. Mickie is on fire and the fans are going wild. She stalks Melina and when Melina is up Mickie lunges with a Mick Kick. Melina ducks it however and grabs Mickie, hoisting her up for a Samoan Drop. Mickie wriggles off however and reverses into a huge DDT. She covers Melina. Natalya intercepts a running in Gail Kim as Mickie gets the three count.
    The fans go wild as Mickie and Natalya celebrate together. The referee brings Natalya her belt but Mickie grabs it off him. Natalya looks at Mickie confused as Mickie stares at the belt. Natalya snatches it away from her and Mickie snaps out of her daze. Mickie smiles awkwardly and apologises before raising Natalya’s hand. Vickie watches on as Kim and Melina retreat up the ramp and Natalya and Mickie celebrate in the ring.

    The Champ Isn’t Here

    Grisham: Ladies and Gentlemen General Manager William Regal, in the interest of fairness, has decided that for his own safety before his match on Sunday John Cena, like Kevin Steen last week, must stay home this week. John has kindly agreed to speak to us tonight live via satellite.

    Cena: Hey guys, it’s great to join you.



    Foley: John, thanks for this. Now, Kevin was right last week when he said that the Street Fight was a match that I helped pioneer. John, I gotta tell you, I walked into those street fights but I walked out a completely different man. It’s more than a wrestling stipulation – it’s a brutal do or die situation that compares to little else in this business. Do you think you’re ready for this?

    Cena: You know, like I said last week, I’ve been complacent with Steen. I’ve underestimated him. I will not do that again – I guarantee it. You also have to remember Mick, this isn’t my first dance – hell, it isn’t my first bar fight either. I’ve brawled with the best of them and each time...I’ve come out on top. You see a match like this isn’t about technical excellence or technique, it’s about who wants it most. Mick I learnt a lot from you, but the trait we most have in common is that neither of us will quit. That applies this Sunday. No matter what Kevin Steen puts me through I will not quit, I will fight back and I will show that being champion is something I want more than he does. It’s that simple.

    Striker: John, you’ve talked a lot about underestimating Steen but the reality is that he’s an opponent that will be very difficult to prepare for with so many unknown qualities. How do you prepare for a match like that?

    Cena: And that’s the million dollar question. I do two things. First of all I find out everything I can about him. I’ve tracked down his indy tapes and watched his matches. I’ve asked people about him and tried to figure out what he has up his sleeve. Unfortunately for me it seems like there’s a lot up there. The second thing is I focus on me. I make sure I’m going into this match as ready as I can be both physically and mentally and so I can be ready for whatever he throws at me.

    Foley: Finally John, the thing that got me through my Street Fights more than anything else was the fact that I genuinely hated the guys I was fighting...I wanted to cause them harm. Now, we know Steen is ready to do that against you but...well you’re one of the nicest guys I’ve met...can you hate Steen enough to win?

    Cena: And nice guys finish last right Mick? You know I believe in respect and in treating people with respect and so I don’t go out of my way to pick on guys or to make life hard for people. I like to give people the benefit of the doubt. But respect works two ways and if you step on my toes and if you get in my face, I’m gonna make you step off. I’m a nice guy but when you leave me bloody and beaten week after week, well you’ll find out that I have my limits. Mick at Joe/Punk II it won’t be happy smiley John Cena – but it’ll be a guy who has been pushed to his limits and is ready to make a statement. Can I hate Kevin Steen enough to win? Well he’s done everything he can to get me to that point – on Sunday he’ll find out if it worked.

    Grisham: John, thank you for your time.

    Christian & Daniel Bryan vs. The Motor City Machine Guns


    The fans go wild as The Peep’s Champ Christian bursts through the curtain with the ECW Championship around his waist. He looks out to the crowd surveying a sea of Peeps. He makes his way to the ring carrying the ECW Championship on Smackdown for the very last time, no matter who wins on Sunday. Daniel Bryan’s music hits next and the American Dragon comes out to a completely different reaction. The fans aren’t pleased to see him and he looks less than delighted at having to team up with Christian. The Machine Guns come out next and seem very pleased to be teaming together again after flirting with the ECW Title scene over the past few weeks.

    vs.

    The big question going into the match is whether Christian and Bryan will be able to work together or if their ego’s get in the way. Bryan pushes Christian to the side to try and show off from the start. He and Shelley chain wrestle to start things off, both men showing the European influence on their mat-style. Eventually Bryan takes Shelley down with a snap mare before kicking him hard in the back. Shelley winces in pain as Bryan points at Christian as if to say ‘that’s coming for you.’ Bryan focuses, reels back and kicks Shelley hard in the back again. This time Shelley crumples to the mat in agony. Christian sarcastically applauds before reaching his hand out for the tag. Bryan furrows his brow as he walks over to Christian. He then slaps him hard on the chest, tagging him in.

    By now, Shelley has crawled to his own corner and tagged in Chris Sabin. Christian starts to clap his hands together, bringing the crowd in to the match, as he and Sabin circle each other around the ring. The lock up and Christian shows that he is no slouch when it comes to grappling. He eventually leaps over Sabin and rolls him up with a Sunset Flip. He gets a two count but Sabin reverses the pressure, covering Christian in the process. He gets a two count before Christian flips it again. This time Sabin kicks out and rolls backwards and to his feet. He swings at a seated Christian’s head with a kick but Christian drops to the mat and ducks it before quickly getting to his feet. Sabin strikes at Christian with another kick but Christian grabs his leg. Sabin starts to hop but Christian quickly grabs his other leg. Sabin falls backwards to the mat. Christian, holding on to Sabin’s legs, flips over Sabin, covering him and getting another two count. The fans applaud the men in the ring.

    Striker: This is what Christian was talking about last week. Being ECW Champion isn’t just about hitting someone with a chair, it’s about doing whatever it takes to win the man and entertain the crowd. When you’re against someone like the Machine Guns, that means fast-paced athletic action and Christian can do that.

    The lock up again and Sabin gets Christian into a side-headlock. Christian runs Sabin into the ropes, releasing the head lock before quickly taking him down with a snap mare. Christian then kicks Sabin as hard as he can in the back before slapping his chest and pointing at Daniel Bryan.

    Grisham: Anything you can do I can do better.

    Christian bounces off the ropes to hit Sabin with a dropkick but as he does Bryan slaps him hard on the back, tagging himself in. The Motor City Machines Guns are no slouches, however, and it’s not long before they’re able to regroup and pull the momentum back to their favour. The Machine Guns show that they are going to be a force in the tag team division for some time and that whoever wins the title match on Sunday has worthy challengers ready for them. Eventually Sabin and Christian are going at it again and Sabin has the upper hand. He has Christian worn down on the mat. He stalks Christian as Captain Charisma slowly gets to his feet. Christian is up and Sabin runs going for a hurricanrana but Christian manages to think fast and reverse it into a powerbomb, getting a very close two count.

    Christian slaps his chest to rile himself up and he goes to the corner and starts to climb to the top rope. He gets to the top and Daniel Bryan slaps him hard on the back, tagging himself in before shoving Christian off the top rope and to the floor below, garnering huge boos from the crowd. Sabin is up to his feet and runs at Bryan but Bryan catches him with an arm drag. He holds onto the arm and locks in the LeBell Lock. Alex Shelley quickly runs into the ring to break it up but Bryan anticipates this. He quickly releases the hold and drops Shelley with a drop toe hold. Shelley gets to his feet but Bryan hoists him up onto his shoulders and drops him to the outside. Sabin is up and swings at Bryan with a clothesline. Bryan ducks the clothesline, grabs Sabin’s arm and locks in the LeBell Lock again. Sabin is screaming in pain and has no choice but to tap out.
    Grisham: Wow, an impressive victory for Daniel Bryan, if he brings this same intensity to his match on Sunday then we are in for a treat.

    Bryan allows the referee to raise his arm before rolling out of the ring and exiting up the ramp. Christian has come to on the outside and seeing Bryan walk away starts to run after him. He grabs him by the shoulder and spins him around. The two start arguing over the match and then over who’s going to win on Sunday before Christian snap and slaps Bryan in the face. Bryan stumbles back holding his jaw. He looks livid but simply turns around and walks up the ramp and through the curtain. The referee brings Christian his ECW title. Christian walks up the ramp and stops at the stage, holding his belt up above his head. He goes to leave through the curtain but he stumbles backwards as Daniel Bryan bursts through and punches him in the face. Christian was caught totally unaware. Bryan grabs Christian and shoves him hard into the set. The fans boo as Christian crumbles to the floor. Bryan picks up the ECW title and raises it in the air before throwing it on top of Christian and leaving – this time for real.

    Samoa Joe



    A video plays showing Samoa Joe training for the big match on Sunday Night. It begins with him on a treadmill, towel around his kneck.

    Joe: CM Punk brought me into the WWE, I have to thank him for that , he gave me an opportunity. I didn’t realise that this meant I was contractually obligated to be his b*tch. I am not straight edge, I have never claimed to me. I’m an adult and I make my own decisions. Sometimes they aren’t the wisest but CM Punk doesn’t get to make them for me. Did I mess up? Yes. Was it any of his business no. So when I’m at home suspended and CM Punk is on TV every week berating me and talking trash – man, all that did was make me want to get back as quick as I could to kick his ass...and I did.

    It shows him in an octagon, shooting with one of his buddies. Tazz is on the outside watching on and giving tips.

    Joe: For a few years I became slightly less passionate about this business. Politics and whatever made me frustrated and I let myself slip. When I came to the WWE it was like I was given a new lease of life. What people have seen so far from me here in the WWE is only the tip of the iceberg, Samoa Joe has so much more to offer. At Summer Slam people finally saw what a freakin’ animal I can become – they’re going to see more of that, much more of that.

    It shows him in the FCW ring. A bunch of rookies are coming after him one after the other and he takes them down with throws, slams, strikes and kicks systematically.

    Joe: When I defeated CM Punk at Summer Slam it nearly destroyed him, he didn’t know how to react. He’s a former World Champion, he’s taken the WWE by storm – he did not expect what happened at Summer Slam. What he needs to realise is that by attacking me from behind and continuing to run his mouth he’s only made me more angry. What I can do is I harness that anger and I use it in the ring. This Sunday I’m fitter than last time, I’m stronger than last time but most of all I’m angrier than last time and with that combination, Punk doesn’t stand a chance.

    The video changes to Joe addressing the camera face on.

    Joe: CM Punk this match will define both of our careers. This match has nothing on the line but pride. CM Punk I am more ready for this match than any other of my career and I would be worried. CM Punk, Samoa Joe...is going to kill you.

    Backstage

    Byron Saxton: Ladies and Gentlemen joining me backstage at this time...WWE Diva’s Champion, Natalya!



    Byron: Natalya, you face a huge challenge this Sunday as you defend your Diva’s Championship in a Four-Way Elimination Match against Mickie James, Gail Kim and Melina – all former champions in their own right. Will you be able to overcome the odds and hold onto your championship?

    Natalya: Byron, I know I’m not the favourite and know people expect me to stumble. The thing is though...I put far too much into winning this title to throw it away at the first hurdle. I love being Champion. I really do, you have no idea just how much it means to me. I cannot throw that away so soon, I have to win.

    David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd walk into the frame and put their arms around Natalya.



    Natalya: Byron, all of us has been working so hard for so long to be here in the WWE. This Sunday is going to be vindication for the Harts as we prove that we are deserving of our family name and that we, like those that came before us, have all it takes to be true champions.

    Byron: Thanks guys and best of luck for Sunday.

    Kevin Steen vs. Craig Silverto



    The atmosphere goes sour instantly as Kevin Steen’s music hits and the Quebec native marches to the ring. He has a sadistic smile on his face and is carrying a small cloth bag. He leaves the bag on the ring steps before getting into the ring. Local talent, Craig Silverto, is already in the ring. He looks keen but clearly doesn’t stand a chance.



    Steen looks at him and smiles before charging at him and nearly taking his head off with a lariat. Steen scrapes him off the mat and slams him down hard. Steen drops an elbow and then rubs his arm-pit in his face, showing his complete dis-repsect. Steen climbs to the top rope and wipes his hand together to show that he’s finished before delivering a picture perfect moonsault. He covers Silverto but pulls off before the ref count three. He looks to the steel steps before walking over and picking up his bag. He opens the bag and turns it upside down revealing a sea of silver thumb-tacks over the match. The referee immediately calls for the bell signalling Steen’s disqualification as he then tries to reason with him.
    The referee has no chance. Steen punches him in the face and tosses him out of the ring. Steen picks up Silver and puts his head between his legs. He grabs him and hoists him up before slamming him onto the mat of thumb tacks. The crowd are booing but without any fervency. They’re more shocked than anything.

    Foley: Guys, I’ve been there and I can assure you this man is not of a sane state of mind. May God have mercy on John Cena this Sunday.

    Respect Your Boss

    William Regal’s music hits and the British Brawler makes his way to the ring flanked by Sheamus and Drew McIntyre. Regal is wearing a full suit and has his trademark scowl on his face. He climbs into the ring and McIntyre gets his a microphone so he can address the WWE Universe.




    Regal: Ladies and Gentlemen this Sunday we are having our first Smackdown only pay-per-view since the draft. Our main event, the re-match of the year, Joe/Punk II!

    The fans cheer in anticipation of the big match.

    Regal: And then the WWE Championship will be on the line as Kevin Steen challenges John Cena in a street fight.

    The fans cheer again.

    Regal: But...and I’m being entirely biased here...but the match I’m looking forward to the most is when Sheamus and Drew McIntyre take on Dustin Rhodes and Finlay. You see, being in a position of power means that when people try to take advantage of you, you are in a position to take them out. I hand-picked these two fine specimens to do exactly that. Dustin Rhodes and Finlay both tried to make a name for themselves at my expense...that was a terrible mistake to make. This Sunday we are going to see what happens when you cross the boss and Sheamus and Drew McIntyre are going to make an example of Rhodes and Finlay and...and well people will know once and for all who is in charge here and what happens when you get in my way...





    The fans go wild as Finlay and Rhodes step out onto the stage in jeans and shirts, steel chairs in hand. Regal hides behind Sheamus and McIntyre as Finlay and Rhodes run to the ring. They slide in. Sheamus and McIntyre go to get them but Finlay and Rhodes wallop them with the chairs. Regal quickly rolls out of the ring and runs up the aisle as Finlay and Rhodes kick Sheamus and Drew out of the ring. The fans go wild as Finlay and Rhodes stand tall, proving they want be an easy challenge on Sunday.

    Joe/Punk II in 48 hours

    A video plays showing pictures and clips of Joe and Punk’s feud and match at Summer Slam. While it’s showing various WWE Superstars and Legends give their thoughts on the big match this Sunday.

    Shawn Michaels: I remember all the way back at Wrestlemania 10 when Ramon and I had the ladder match, our one aim was to go out, steal the show and prove to everyone that we were capable of being the top guys in the company. At Summer Slam I was watching the match between Joe and Punk and I realised they were doing the exact same thing...and boy did they ever steal the show.

    Daniel Bryan: I’ve fought both of these men many times and nobody has pushed me as hard as much as they did.

    Triple H: I mean CM Punk, he runs his mouth and he talks trash, but he backs it up, he gets the job done. I like that.

    Christian: Punk goes the extra mile to get into your head so when you’re facing him you’re flustered and you’re agitated and he picks up on those weaknesses. He exploits them and he picks you apart if you let him.

    Chris Jericho: I see a lot of myself in Punk. His attributes are double-pronged. First of all he gets in your head and he confuses you. Then, he does all sorts of new and innovative things in the ring to take you out.

    Randy Orton: I think he called himself a Snake in the Ice before on ECW – I can’t think of a better way to put it.

    MVP: And then you have Joe..he’s a freakin’ machine.

    John Cena: If anybody is going to step up and make it to the top of the mountain here in the WWE, it’s Samoa Joe. He’s fast, he’s strong and he is so knowledgeable. He knock your head off with a lariat or he can lock you up like a pretzel in ways I’ve never even seen before.

    Tazz: People compare Samoa Joe to me...man I wish I was half the talent in my prime that Samoa Joe is now!

    Mick Foley: He’s going to the top, the very top and I love it because he’s not your conventional WWE Superstar. He breaks the mould.

    Steve Austin: When you put on a great match, the thing people are waiting for is a great re-match. I cannot wait for these two to do it again.

    Bret Hart: If you’re asking me who the two best in-ring competitors are today I don’t even have to think about it, it’s Samoa Joe and CM Punk – we’re in for a treat this Sunday.

    Triple H: I think Punk’s going to do it.

    Shawn Michaels: I think Joe has it in the bag.

    MVP: I gotta go with Joe.

    Tazz: Joe, absolutely Joe.

    Chris Jericho: CM Punk isn’t going to slip up twice, he’s going to do it.

    Mick Foley: I think no matter who wins, we’re the lucky ones who get to watch it.




    Backstage

    We cut to Backstage where The Big Show is getting ready for his main event match against Edge. He walks towards the gorilla position, ready for action. We then see Kane come out of a locker-room to go and joining his tag team partner but suddenly Team Ego appear and shove Kane back into the locker room. The close the door and lock it shut. We hear Kane banging on the door to break it open but Edge and Jericho roll a massive steel container in front of the door, making sure Kane can’t get out.

    The Big Show vs. Edge

    vs. w/

    The Big Show makes his way to the ring getting a good reaction from the crowd. He’s oblivious to Kane’s whereabouts and is probably waiting for him to turn up. He doesn’t but Edge and Chris Jericho do, both looking very confident. Jericho leaves the ring, allowing Edge and Show to go at it alone. The Big Show starts to walk towards Edge, and Edge starts to reverse into the corner. Realising he’s running out of places to go he lunges at The Big Show, dazing him with a flurry of lefts and rights. The Big Show gets his arms up to start and block the shots. He grabs Edge and pushes him backwards, slamming hard against the turnbuckle. Edge stumbles away from the corner. The Big Show grabs him and head butts him. Edge falls to the mat. Edge crawls to the opposite corner and uses the rope to get to his feet. The Big Show corners him, tells the crowd to quiet down before slapping him as hard as he can on the chest. Edge falls to his knees in pain.

    The Big Show is in control as Chris Jericho climbs up onto the apron. The Big Show leaves Edge and goes over to Jericho. The referee tells him to keep to himself but the Big Show grabs Jericho and tosses him into the ring. The Big Show raises his hand in the air, signalling for a choke slam. Jericho gets to his feet but Edge nails Big Show from behind with a chop block. The Big Show falls to one knee. Jericho runs at him and nails the seven-footer with an enziguri. The referee has no choice but to disqualify Edge.
    Edge couldn’t care less about his disqualification as he goes to the outside and grabs two steel chairs. Whiles he’s doing that Jericho bounces off the ropes and nails the Big Show with a lionsault to the back. Jericho stands with a foot on the giant’s head with his arms raised as the fans boo watching. Edge hands Jericho a chair and the two men start to stalk The Big Show, waiting for him to get up so they can nail him a con-chair-to. They’re waiting as the Big Show struggles to his feet when...



    Kane sprints to the ring having somehow escaped from his locker-room. Edge and Jericho are completely shell-shocked. Kane slides into the ring. Jericho is first to react and comes at Kane wielding the chair. Kane punches the chair sending it smashing into Jericho’s face. Edge comes at him next but Kane just grabs him by the throat. He lifts him up and slams him down onto the chair with a chokeslam. Jericho has gotten to his feet – Kane grabs him by the throat as well. By now, The Big Show is up. He grabs Jericho’s throat as well. They two monsters lift Jericho up as high as they can before chokeslamming him on top of Edge. The fans are going wild as Kane and The Big Show once again stand tall.

    Striker: Folks, this Sunday will this be the image we see as Kane and The Big Show take on Team EGO in tag team competition at last or will Edge and Jericho find a way to overcome these monsters?

    Foley: And speaking of monsters, what about Kevin Steen? Will John Cena be able to take out his maniacal superstar in the most brutal of matches and keep his WWE Championship?

    Grisham: And do not forget about the re-match of the year, JOE/PUNK 2! I cannot wait, we will see you there!





    Samoa Joe vs. CM Punk

    WWE Championship
    Street Fight

    John Cena (c)vs. Kevin Steen

    ECW Championship
    Christian (c) vs. Bryan Danielson

    Team Ego (Edge and Chris Jericho) vs. Kane & The Big Show

    Tag Team Championship
    First to Two Falls Match

    The Miz and John Morrison (c) vs. The Hart Dynasty vs. Evan Bourne & Rey Mysterio

    Diva’s Championship
    Natalya (c) vs. Mickie James vs. Gail Kim vs. Melina

    Sheamus and Drew McIntyre vs. Dustin Rhodes and Finlay


    ** I cannot believe I got this done so quickly, my third show this month! I really had a blast writing this and cannot wait for the pay-per-view. All thoughts, comments and reviews are very very welcome.**

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    Biffy Clyro’s ‘That Golden Rule’ plays as images of tonight’s competitors flash across the screen in time to the music.

    Son of Henry, I’m the first in line
    To the throne, smell my mustard gas


    It starts with John Cena, raising the WWE Championship above his head, the fans admiring their champion.

    I slash swords with your wooden spine
    Well it cut my heart and it blew my head.


    It then shows Kevin Steen attacking him from behind and leaving him a bloody mess.

    We made love at the side of the road
    Reflex, you better know this flows fast


    It shows Natalya celebrating her Diva’s Title win, with tears of joy in her eyes.

    This river is particularly sinister
    Close your eyes and take my hand


    It shows Gail Kim and Melina going at it against Natalya and Mickie James.

    I wanna scream one last death medley

    John Cena has the STF locked in on an opponent, screaming out, trying to get him to tap.

    I am looking for a reason to secure a forward motion


    Kevin Steen nails a moonsault off the top rope, crushing the wrestler he lands on.

    Love that Golden Rule, that Golden Rule


    It shows Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne defeating the Miz and John Morrison at Summer Slam to keep their tag team championships.

    Need that Golden Rule, that Golden Rule

    It then shows The Hart Dynasty defeating Bourne and Mysterio for those very titles in the main event of Smackdown.

    Secrets are the truth, they are the truth


    It cuts to Miz and Morrison cashing in their favour and crushing The Harts dreams and stealing their championships.

    We need that silver rule, that silver rule


    It finally shows William Regal announcing the Triple Threat match tonight.

    Face to face with the ball and chain
    I'll poke my head up till its red


    Dustin Rhodes is up next fighting William Regal.

    I tell my secrets and you took my pain
    About a broken heart and I will do it again


    It then shows Finlay calling Regal out, standing up to his boss.

    Son of Henry, I'm the first in line
    To the throne, smell my mustard gas


    It shows Drew McIntyre emerging with William Regal by his side before DDTing Rhodes onto a chair.

    I slash swords through your wooden spine
    Well it cut my heart and it blew my Head


    Sheamus comes out next, nailing Finlay with Pale Justice.

    I wanna scream one last death medley


    It shows Cena, waiting for Steen in the parking lot, yelling for him to arrive.
    I am looking for a reason to secure a forward motion

    It shows Cena locked in Steen’s half Boston Crab, blood dripping from his forehead.

    Love that Golden Rule, that Golden Rule

    Chris Jericho and Edge are standing in the ring with their table full of championships and trophies.

    Need that Golden Rule, that Golden Rule

    It shows them showing off their new t-shirts and riling up the crowd.

    Secrets are the truth, they are the truth

    It shows Kane’s pyro going off while Team Ego are in the ring.

    We need that silver rule, that silver rule

    It shows Kane and The Big Show nailing Edge and Jericho with multiple chokeslams.

    SOLO

    As the lyrics end and the music builds to the intense finale, the focus lies solely on Samoa Joe and CM Punk. It shows Joe bringing Samoa Joe into ECW and them fighting at each other’s side. It then shows the WWE.com newsflash that Samoa Joe has been suspended for failing the wellness policy. It shows CM Punk going on a tirade of anger, all aimed at Joe. It shows him losing his cool and then his ECW Championship. It shows him taking out all of his anger on Tazz. It then shows clips from Summer Slam and Joe’s triumphant return. It shows them pulling out all the stops, doing whatever they can to win. It shows Samoa Joe kicking out of the GTS and Punk nearly pulling his hair out in frustration. It shows Punk tapping out in frustration and Joe celebrating with the fans. It shows Punk costing Joe the ECW Championship and then Joe lying unconscious following Punk’s sneak attack. It shows William Regal announcing the rematch everyone was begging for and then clips from their training videos.

    The video ends with Joe and Punk face to face from Smackdown, both men shaking, desperate to hit each other, but not allowed to. It shows them face to face, ready to do battle.

    And now, sponsored by Redbull, WWE Smackdown proudy presents: Joe/Punk II.




    The pyro's go off around the arena and the fans go wild as the announcers welcome us to the show.


    Striker: Ladies and Gentlemen, we are welcoming you around the world to the biggest re-match of the year – we are welcoming you to Joe/Punk II! And man, have I been waiting for this one, what a show we have in store for you.

    Foley: It’s nights like this that convinced me to get come back and commentate. There is no where I would rather be tonight than here at the hottest show of the year so far – this one is going to be insane!

    Grisham: That’s right folks and what a set of matches we have for you here tonight. The ECW Championship is going to be defended for the final time as Christian puts it up against Daniel Bryan. It was announced over the weekend that with this being the last ever ECW Title match – it would only be fitting to have the match take place under Extreme Rules.

    Striker: I cannot wait for that one. Of course the Diva’s Championship is on the line as Natalya takes on Mickie James, Melina and Gail Kim, the Tag Team Championship is on the line as Miz and Morrison take on The Harts and Bourne and Mysterio and then the maniacal Kevin Steen challenges John Cena in a street fight for the WWE Championship.



    Diva's Championship Match: 4-Way Elimination Match
    Natalya (c) vs. Gail Kim vs. Mickie James vs. Melina


    The Story: JBL made a huge mistake during the ‘Civil War’ when he retired the Diva’s and Women’s Championships. One of William Regal’s very first acts as Smackdown General Manager was to reinstate the Diva’s Championship and to crown a champion. A champion was crowned as the girls took centre stage on Smackdown. Mickie James and Natalya put on a classic bout, one of the very best ladies’ matches in WWE History. There could only be one winner, of course, and the honours went to Natalya Neidhart as she claimed her very first major championship, fulfilling a life-long dream. Mickie, although dejected at her loss, celebrated with Natalya, proud of her success. Not everyone was so proud, however. When Vickie Guerrero was made Assistant Manager in charge of the Diva’s Division, Gail Kim and Melina made it known that they felt over-looked and that they deserves as much of a shot as anyone else. They impressed Vickie Guerrero with their tenacity when they interrupted Natalya’s Championship Celebration, making an instant impact. Tonight, all four Diva’s will go at it in a 4-Way Elimination Match. Whoever wins this will undoubtedly be worthy of the Championship Belt. As the girls make their way to the ring it is very obvious whose side the fans are on. Kim and Melina get pretty rough reactions but they take it in their stride. Mickie James gets a very good reaction but Natalya is the fans sweetheart tonight as the Canadian Beauty makes her first title defence.


    All four girls are in separate corners of the ring, staring at each other, trying to figure out the best way to start things off. Melina edges towards Gail Kim and whispers in her ear. Gail nods at Melina and the two look like they’re going to start things off working together. Mickie and Natalya shoot each other a glance before high-fiving each other and charging at Kim and Melina. Kim and Melina both duck clotheslines but when they turn around they are both met with Lou Thez Presses from Natalya and Mickie respectively. Mickie pounds on Melina while Natalya takes it to Gail Kim. They get to their feet and pick up their opponents respectively standing at opposite sides of the ring. They whip Melina and Gail Kim across the ring sending them crashing into each other in the middle. Natalya picks up Melina and snap suplexes her on top of Kim. She covers Gail but only gets a two count. Melina gets to her feet and Mickie James drop kicks her right out of the ring. James and Natalya grab each other’s arms and when Kim gets up they take her out with a double clothesline. Mickie covers Gail but Melina pulls Gail out of the ring, stopping the count.

    Gail and Melina try to come up with a game plan outside but Mickie and Natalya aren’t in any mood to relent. They bounce off the ropes and nail two perfect baseball slides to the girls outside. Natalya and Gail start brawling while Mickie goes after Melina. Gail kicks Natalya in the knee before ramming her back-first into the ring post. With Natalya down and out she attacks Mickie from behind. Gail and Melina roll Mickie into the ring. They follow her in and start to pick her apart like rabid dogs. They start laying into her with the boots and the mood in the arena turns sour. They pick Mickie up, whip her into the ropes and flip her up and over with a double body drop. They raise their arms in the air, earning boos from the crowd. They seem confused, however, when the boos turn to cheers. This is because Natalya has climbed to the ring and to the top rope. Melina and Gail turn around to see what’s happening and are met with a double clothesline from Natalya off the top rope, taking both girls out.

    Gail gets to her feet first and charges at Natalya. Natalya ducks her shoulder and hoists Gail up and over the top rope. Melina swings at Natalya with a clothesline but the champ ducks it and kicks Melina in the gut. She lifts her up and slams her back down with a spinning powerbomb before going for the pin. Gail Kim goes to reach in and break up the count but stops at the last second. Natalya gets the three and Melina is eliminated. Melina rolls out of the ring and stumbles around. She eventually stumbles into Kim. Melina, although groggy, confronts Gail, asking why she didn’t save her like she saved her earlier. Gail says it’s every girl for herself but Melina is pissed. She kicks Gail in the gut before throwing her into the ring barrier and leaving. Natalya is watching all of this going on and misses Mickie James coming to in the ring. Mickie sneaks up behind Natalya and rolls her up with a school-girl, looking for the quick win but Natalya kicks out at two.

    Both women get to their feet quickly and lock up. Natalya is the stronger of the two and backs Mickie into the corner. She drives her shoulder into Mickie’s stomach not once, not twice but three times. Mickie falls to the mat, resting against the bottom turnbuckle. Natalya drives her knee into Mickie’s face, causing the former champion to scream out in pain.

    Grisham: These two don’t look so friendly anymore.

    Foley: Trust me, friendship goes out the window in championship matches.

    Natalya gets Mickie up and whips her into the opposite corner. She runs at her but Mickie moves out of the way and Nattie runs straight into the turnbuckle and stumbles backwards. Mickie takes her down with a snapmare. She then bounces off the ropes and whacks Natalya in the face with a drop kick followed by a two count. Mickie whips Natalya into the corner before grabbing her and nailing a monkey flip. She gets another two count. By now, Gail Kim has come to and has made her way onto the apron. Mickie sees her and runs. She goes to spear her off the apron but Gail moves. Mickie goes sailing between the second and third ropes and falls straight to outside. As Gail watches Mickie fall, Natalya gets to her feet and runs and pushes Gail to the floor. Gail and Mickie both slowly get to their feet in time for Natalya to come sailing over the top rope with a plancha, taking both girls out. The fans are going wild.

    Striker: This is why we truly have the best female competitors in the world on Smackdown! What an awesome match to start our show tonight.

    Natalya is pumped up and ready to go. Mickie gets to her feet first and Natalya meets her with a discus clothesline, knocking her right back down again. She grabs Gail and goes to throw her into the ring but Gail reverses and shoves Natalya hard into the ring apron. Natalya winces in pain. Gail sizes her up and kicks her hard in the gut before rolling her into the ring. Natalya struggles to her feet while Gail climbs the turnbuckles. Nattie is up and Gail dives ,taking her down with a diving hurricanrana. Natalya gets to her feet and backs into the corner. Gail runs at her and clotheslines her hard in the corner. Natalya stumbles forward. Kim grabs Natalya’s arm, places her foot on her face and drops her with Eat Defeat. Natalya falls to the mat and rolls out of the ring with the impact of the move.

    Kim takes this brief lull to catch her breath but it doesn’t last long as Mickie James gets back into the ring. Gail runs at Mickie but Mickie ducks the clothesline. Mickie kicks Gail and takes her down with a leaping hurricanrana. Gail backs into the corner but Mickie doesn’t relent. She runs at her and nails her with a drop-kick to the face. As Gail rolls on the mat, Mickie climbs to the second rope. Gail gets to her feet and Mickie jumps, going for another Hurricanrana but Gail reverse it into a desperation powerbomb. Both women are down. Mickie gets to her feet first and waits for Gail to get up. As soon as she does, Mickie hooks her head and leaps towards the ropes, going for some Stratusfaction but Gail pushes her off and she lands flat on her ass. Mickie gets to her feet and Gail runs at her. He leaps and goes for a head scissors like move but before we know it, she has Mickie locked into the Octopus Stretch. Gail has the hold locked in tight in the middle of the ring. Mickie has nowhere to go and is forced to tap out. Mickie James is eliminated.

    Striker: And that is how dangerous Gail Kim is. She comes out you with a flurry of offence and then locks in one the most brutal submissions in all of the WWE -there was nothing Mickie could do.

    Gail collapses to the mat, exhausted as Mickie is helped out of the ring. Natalya is to her feet and watches Mickie exit while gathering herself. She rolls into the ring and the two remaining ladies face each other from opposite sides of the ring. The fans are on their feet now. This is no bath-room break – they cannot wait to see who wins. They lock up and Gail gets Natalya into a wrist-lock. Nataya reverses it, spinning behind Gail and locking her arms around her waist. Gail runs towards the corner and turns around in time to send Natalya back-first into the turnbuckle, breaking her grip. Kim hooks Natalya’s head and goes for a bulldog but Natalya reverses it like Gail did to Mickie, and Gail lands flat on her ass. Gail gets to her feet and Natalya hits her with a snap suplex. Gail is up again quickly and Natalya goes for a double underhook suplex. Natalya holds up three fingers to the crowd, hinting that she’s going for one more. She grabs Gail and lifts her up...and holds her there. She shows off her incredible strength nailing a perfect delayed vertical suplex that the British Bulldog would be proud of. She covers Gail but Kim somehow kicks out at two and a half.

    Natalya grabs Gail’s legs and the fans instantly go wild. She steps through and they only scream louder. Gail, panicking at the potential Sharpshooter instantly scrambles to get out of it. She can’t reach the ropes so she reaches up and grabs Natalya by the air, punching her in the head until she relents. Natalya stumbles backwards. Gail runs and goes for another tilt-a-whirl, again resulting in an Octopus Stretch. Nattie screams out in pain as the fans start to panic that the champion is losing her belt. Gail has the hold cinched in perfectly and Nattie raises her arm ready to tap. Thankfully, Nattie reaches out and manages to grab hold of the top rope. The referee makes Kim break the hold. Gail slides off Melina and rolls her up straight away getting a two count. Both girls pop up and Gail quickly grabs Nattie’s arm, places her foot on her face and drops backwards, nailing Eat Defeat. Gail covers Natalya. One....Two...Thr-Natalya gets her foot on the bottom rope! The fans go wild.

    Gail kicks the ropes in frustration and starts to argue with the referee. Gail is so busy arguing that she misses Natalya up behind her. Natalya rolls Gail up, catching her off guard. One...Two...Thr-Gail kicks out just in time. Both women pop to their feet quickly. Natalya whips Gail into the ropes. Gail bounds back, drops to the mat and slides between Natalya’s legs. Natalya turns around and is met with two feet into her stomach. Gail climbs out to the apron. She grabs Natalya’s arm and springboards over the rope, going for an arm drag. Natalya, however, holds onto the top rope and Gail rolls through without Natalya. Gail runs at Natalya with a hurricanrana but Natalya holds onto Gail’s legs and Gail falls to the mat. Natalya is still holding onto Gail’s ankles and the fans are going wild again. Natalya steps through, wraps Gail’s leg up and turns her over. She has a perfect Sharpshooter locked in right in the middle of the ring. Gail screams in pain and fights to get out of the hold. She reaches back, trying to grabs Natalya’s leg but it’s no good. It’s locked in perfectly and Gail has nowhere to go – she has no choice but to tap out.

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    Natalya collapses to the mat after an absolute classic women’s match to open the pay-per-view. The fans are all on their feet not only celebrating Natalya’s victory but cheering on the great athletes in the ring for the match they just put on. Natalya couldn’t look prouder as she celebrates with her Diva’s Championship high in the air.

    Foley: Ladies and Gentlemen that lady in the ring is a true champion – what a performance and what a match!


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    We cut to backstage where David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd are watching Natalya on screen with huge smiles on their faces. Byron Saxton walks over to them.

    Saxton: Guys, I’m sorry to interrupt, I just have a few questions. We’ve just seen Natalya dig down deep and retain her Diva’s Championship. Will tonight be a double whammy for the Hart Dynasty – can you guys win the Tag Team Championships as well?

    Smith: Byron, moments like that right there are exactly why we got into this business. We saw out family become champions when we were kids and all we’ve ever wanted to do is follow in their footsteps and make them proud by doing the same thing.

    Kidd: I think we’ve proved over the past few weeks that we are more than capable of holding our own against any tag team that comes out way – hell – we should be the champions right now. Tonight is the biggest test of our careers, but if we can’t prove ourselves tonight, then we never will.

    Saxton: Thank you for your time. Back to ringside.

    Grisham: Thank-you Byron – The Hart Dynasty there looking ready for action tonight.

    Foley: I’ll tell you this Todd, whoever does win the Tag Team Championships tonight – well, the battle’s only beginning because there are so many great tag teams on Smackdown that will be vying to get there shot at the titles.

    Striker: You’re absolutely right Mick and you’ve got to think that whoever wins this next match will be first in line.



    The Big Show & Kane vs. Team Ego

    The Story: The new start on Smackdown opened up with two big surprises. First of all Edge and Chris Jericho, who teamed a lot with JBL during The Civil War, announced that they were entering the tag team division and that they would not rest until they were on top. Then, Kane and The Big Show entered the mix, claiming that JBL failed when he focused on Edge and Jericho instead of them. To prove them right, they were entering the tag team division as well – and they would make sure they won the tag team titles before Edge and Jericho did. Over the past number of weeks, Team Ego have taken every opportunity they can get to remind the WWE Uiverse of their vast number of accolades and championships. Kane and Big Show, meanwhile, have taken every opportunity to shut them up – normally with a choke slam. Tonight, we finally find out who the better team is. Kane and Show come out to a great reaction from the fans – Edge and Jericho are entirely despised.

    Edge and Jericho, who entered first, wait outside the ring while The Big Show and Kane are lurking in the ring. Ego are obviously terrified, yet they seem cocky at the same time – like a false bravado. They are talking to each other on the outside, hyping each other up. Kane and Show have waited long enough. Kane goes to the outside. Jericho rolls into the ring out of the way while Edge falls victim to a punch to the face. Kane and Edge go to their respective corners while Jericho and Show face off. Show has a big smile while Jericho is wearing a scowl. He walks up to The Big Show and starts talking trash. The Big Show grabs Jericho and shoves him so hard that he falls out of the ring. The Big Show reaches over the ropes, grabs Jericho by the hair and lifts him up onto the apron. He then grabs him and pulls him into the ring, slamming him into the mat in the process. Jericho grabs the small of his back in pain. Show grabs his head and slams it against his massive knee. Jericho flops back onto the mat. Big Show grabs Jericho and throws him into the corner. He walks over and shushes the crowd before slapping Jericho on the chest as hard as he can.

    Striker: The Big Show’s hand s are the size of cast iron skillets and they’ll hurt just as much if not more!

    Jericho writhes in pain as Show drags him to his own corner and tags in Kane. Show holds Jericho until Kane gets in and punches him in the throat. Kane punches him and again and he falls onto the ropes. Kane smiles as he grabs Jericho, lifts him up and slams him down with a powerslam. Kane covers Jericho but Edge breaks up the count. Before Edge can leave the ring again an angry Kane catches up with him and punches him right in the face. Kane goes back to Jericho but Jericho is ready this time and rakes Kane in the eyes. He starts pounding Kane in the head, trying to wear the monster down. He whips Kane into the ropes but Kane reverses it. Kane ducks to go for a body drop but Jericho reads it and kicks him in the face. Kane seems unfazed and lunges at Jericho with a clothesline. Jericho ducks it and grabs the referee for safety. With the ref distracted Edge jumps to the floor, grabs Kane by the legs and pulls him out of the ring. He grabs Kane and throws him shoulder first into the steel steps. The Big Show is trying to let the ref know but this only distracts him further as Edge rolls Kane back into the ring.

    As soon as Kane is in Jericho runs and nails him with a Code-Breaker. He suddenly seems a lot more cocky as he kicks Kane while he’s down before tagging in Edge. Edge comes in and immediately pounces on Kane’s shoulder, trying to wear it down. He keeps stomping on it and stomping on it until Kane cries out in pain. Kane tries to fight back but Edge is relentless in his assault. He picks him up and shoves him into his corner. He starts pounding on him and the referee stops him when he counts to five. Edge starts to argue with the ref, again distracting him, allowing Jericho to grabs Kane’s arm before jumping off the apron, nearly yanking the monster’s shoulder out of its socket. Edge then grabs him and shoves him shoulder first into the ring post.

    Edge starts to stalk Kane, waiting for him to turn around. Kane turns, Edge runs for the spear but Kane gets his boot up and kicks Edge in the face. Edge stumbles across the ring where the Big Show reaches in and punches him in the face. Jericho runs in to go for Kane but Kane gives him a boot to the face as well. Edge stumbles to his feet and swings at Kane but the monster grabs him with his good arm and slams him down with a back suplex. Edge screams in pain as Kane stumbles to his corner and tags in The Big Show.

    Big Show comes in all guns blazing and takes Edge down with a clothesline. Jericho comes running at him and he gets a clothesline for his efforts as well. Edge goes to punch Show but the giant blocks it. He whips Edge into to the ropes and then takes him down with a scoop slam. Jericho is to his feet. Show grabs him and lifts him up above his head before throwing him to the outside. Edge is backed into the corner. Show steams ahead like a locomotive and clotheslines him in the corner. He whips him into the opposite corner before clotheslining him again. Big Show is fired up. He runs the ropes to gain momentum but when he does, Jericho jerks the top rope down and Show spills to the outside. Edge is recovering but doesn’t notice Kane climbing to the top rope. He leaps off at Edge with a clothesline but Edge spots him and spears him mid-air.

    The referee is distracted on the inside with Kane and Edge and misses Jericho delivering a low-blow to the Big Show on the outside. Jericho then pushes Show head-first into the steel ring-post before rolling him into the ring while Kane has rolled out of it. Edge stalks Show and as he gets up he runs with the Spear but SHOW GRABS EDGE BY THE THROAT. Show is foaming at the mouth so he doesn’t see Jericho run and nail him with a code-breaker. Show only stumbles backwards but it’s enough to allow Edge to hit the SPEAR! Jericho then bounces off the second rope and slams onto Show with a lionsault. Edge covers The Big Show. One...Two...Three! Edge and Jericho have stolen the win.
    Spoiler
    Edge and Jericho start to celebrate but it doesn’t last long as Kane rolls into the ring. Ego roll straight out and hightail it up the ramp, not stopping to celebrate until they’re well out of the way.

    Striker: And that is how Edge and Chris Jericho are as successful as they are – they always find a way to get the job done.

    Grisham: They cheat you mean?

    Striker: I mean they always find a way to get the job done!
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    Natalya is backstage, taking off her wrist tape and winding down after her match – her Diva’s Championship by her side. There’s a knock on her door – in comes Raw’s Beth Phoenix.



    Natalya: Beth, how are you?

    Phoenix: I’m good, I just had to be here tonight to watch your match – Nattie, you really brought it tonight I’m so proud of you!

    Natalya: Thanks...that means a lot.

    Phoenix: Here’s the thing, you know the predicament I’m in on Raw – I haven’t got the sam spotlight you have on Smackdown. I want your help to prove to Stephanie McMahon that the girls on Raw deserve the spotlight just as much as you do. It’s Bragging Rights tomorrow –Smackdown vs. Raw - how about you and me have a non-title match?

    Natalya: Beth, I am with you one hundred percent. It would be an honour to fight you – you’re on.

    Phoenix: Thanks – make sure you bring your ‘A’ game.

    We then cut to a commercial for the next pay-per-view extravaganza – Survivor Series:

    Striker: I cannot wait for Survivor Series, ever since I was a kid it was my favourite show of the year. I hope we get team names this year – The Foreign Fanatics For Life!

    Grisham: Tell me about it, it’s one of the biggest shows of the year – and in huge news, the event has been expanded to a four-hour show this year just like Summer Slam – we’re going all out!

    Foley: As exciting as that is guys – I’m just as excited about our next match. We’re gonna see who gets the honour of being the last ever ECW Champion. I’ve held that belt, it means a lot to me and I know, we’re going to get a classic match-up!



    ECW Championship Match: Extreme Rules
    Christian (c) vs. Daniel Bryan


    The Story: When Christian finally defeated CM Punk for the ECW Championship at The Bash the WWE Universe was unanimous in their support – declaring Christian as the Peep’s Champ. Christian went on to defend against all challengers on ECW. The Championship was scheduled to be retired on the last ever ECW broadcast as Christian defended against Samoa Joe. CM Punk, however, ruined the moment, by interfering in the match. Christian saw this as tarnishing the championship’ legacy and so refused to retire the belt. He continued to defend the belt every week on Smackdown against any and all challengers. Finally GM William Regal decided enough was enough and made a number one contenders match – the winner would face Christian in the last ever ECW Title match. Enter Daniel Bryan. Bryan was a part of Paul Heyman’s New Superstar Initiative on ECW and picked up many victories on the third brand. He continued to impress on Smackdown and tonight is his first opportunity in the WWE to capture a championship. Bryan’s arrogant demeanour and his self-imposed nick name of ‘Best Wrestler in the World’ hasn’t endeared him to the WWE Universe but no one can fail to be impressed by the young superstars abilities between the ropes. Tonight, these two warriors collide with the ECW Championship on the line – whoever wins the match, retires the belt with pride.

    The two men circle around the ring. There’s a buzz in the air as this contest is one of the most anticipated on the card. They lock up and the crowd cheer them on, pumped to see what’s going to happen next. Christian slips behind Bryan and quickly rolls him up getting a one-count early on. They lock up again and Bryan gets Christian into a side headlock. He yanks on Christian’s head and neck, trying to wear him down early. Christian manages to push Bryan into the ropes, breaking the hold. He whips Bryan into the ropes but Bryan comes right back at him with a shoulder charge, taking Christian to the mat. Bryan covers him but Christian kick out at one. Bryan quickly grabs Christians head and locks in a head lock before Christian can even get up. Christian gets to his feet and runs Bryan into the ropes again, breaking the hold. He whips him into the ropes and drops to the mat, avoiding Bryan’s clothesline. Bryan bounces off the ropes and comes back at Christian but Captain Charisma leaps over Bryan’s head. Bryan bounds off the ropes again and this time Christian meets him with a shoulder tackle of his own. Christian jumps to the second rope and when Bryan gets to his feet he’s met with a missile drop kick from the champion. Christian covers him and gets a two-count.

    Bryan gets to his feet and Christian meets him with a stiff right hand. Christian bounces off the ropes but Bryan leaps over Christian’s head. Christian bounces off the other side but Bryan falls to the mat to avoid Christian’s clothesline. Christian bounces again and Bryan is up and cuts him off with an elbow to the mouth. Christian checks his mouth for blood while Bryan jumps to the second rope. Christian gets to his feet and he is met with missile dropkick from Bryan this time – earning the American Dragon a two-count.

    Striker: That’s how evenly matches these two superstars are! If Christian can do it, Bryan can do and vice versa.

    Christian slowly its up and when he does Dragon kicks him as hard as he can in the back. Christian writhes in pain as Bryan tees up and kicks him again. He covers him and Christian kicks out at two. Bryan gets Christian up and whips him into the ropes. Christian ducks Bryan’s clothesline but when he rebounds Bryan hoists him up onto his shoulders. Bryan lets out a scream before taking Christian round and around with an airplane spin. Bryan sets Christian on his feet. Christian stumbles around the ring dizzy as Bryan runs at him and nails a perfect enziguri. He covers him and gets another two-count. Bryan pounces on Christian’s fallen body and locks him into a surfboard hold. Christian yells out in pain as Bryan has the move cinched in tight. Bryan’s shoulders fall to the mat and the referee begins to count but Bryan gets his shoulder up before two. Christian is struggling, trying to find a way out. He starts to rock back and forth and the fans are cheering him on. He rocks enough to roll forward and send Bryan across the ring like some sort of modified monkey flip. The fans go wild.

    Christian stumbles to one knee. He’s hurting. Bryan runs at him and thrusts at him with his boot but Christian ducks it. Bryan leans over to pick Christian up but Christian punches him in the mouth. Christian gets to his feet but Bryan is ready and whips him into the ropes. Christian comes back and slides between Bryan’s legs. Christian gets to his feet. Bryan runs at him but Christian grabs him and slams him to the mat with a spine buster. Christian grabs Bryan’s legs, wraps them up and turns him over with a Texas Cloverleaf Submission hold! Christian has it cinched in perfectly and now it’s Bryan’s turn to cry out in pain. Bryan scrambles to try and get out of it but Christian isn’t letting go. Bryan reaches out and starts to drag his way to the ropes. He drags and drags until he’s able to reach out and grab the bottom rope. Bryan yells at the referee to get Christian to beak it but Christian yells out, ‘This is Extreme Rules Bitch!’ Bryan grabs the rope with both hands and pulls with all his might. He then grabs the apron and keeps crawling until he crawls right out of the ring, forcing Christian to break the hold. Christian is quick to action, however, and as soon as Bryan gets to his feet he’s met with a base-ball slide to the face from Christian – both men now on the outside.

    Christian gets to his feet a Bryan sits up against the ring steps. Christian slaps his chest before running at Bryan but Bryan quickly moves and pushes Christian shoulder first into the steps. Christian clutches his shoulder as Bryan watches on with a smirk. Bryan walks over to Christian, pick him up and throws him shoulder first into the crowd barricade. Bryan goes searching under the ring to see what he can find to help him out. He pulls out a trash can and throws it into the ring. He finds a stop sign and slides it in as well. Christian gets to his knees. Bryan gets him to his feet. He locks him arm behind his back and rams him shoulder first into the steel ring post before rolling him into the ring. Bryan covers him but Christian somehow kicks out after two.

    Christian rolls on the mat, rubbing his shoulder, trying to deal with the pain. Bryan walks over and stomps on the shoulder as hard he can, earning boos from the crowd and a blood-chilling scream from Christian. Bryan picks up the trash can and lodges it in between the turnbuckles. Bryan scrapes Christian off the mat and throws him shoulder first into the trash can. Christian crumples to the mat and Bryan covers him. One...Two...Thr-Christian somehow gets a shoulder up. Bryan is frustrated and quickly covers Christian again. One...Two...Christian kicks out. Bryan kicks the ropes in frustration and starts to argue with the ref. Christian slowly gets to his feet. He’s holding his shoulder but he looks determined to fight on.

    Bryan walks over to Christian but Christian is ready and kicks him in the gut. Christian punches Bryan with his good arm and throws him into the ropes. Bryan comes back at Christian and Christian nails him with a drop kick. Christian raises his good arm in the air, his hurt one folded across his chest. The fans start to cheer getting fully behind him. Bryan is up and Christian lunges at him with his good arm but Bryan ducks and takes Christian to the mat with a drop-toe-hold. Bryan is quick to his feet and stomps on Christian’s shoulder again, as hard as he can. He then wastes no time in show-boating and instead locks in the LeBell Lock. Christian is in agony as Bryan has the hold cinched in, with immense pressure on Christian’s shoulder. Christian is slow close to tapping but he just keeps holding on. With his good arm he starts to scramble, trying to find a way out. Eventually, his hand comes across the trash can lid. He grabs the lid and swings backwards, nailing Bryan between the eyes. Bryan loosens the hold but doesn’t break it. Christian swings back again and nails him. He’s free from the LeBell Lock.

    The fans are going wild, amazed at Christian’s tenacity and will to win. He’s far from in control though as he nurses his shoulder on the mat. Bryan gets to his feet and walks over to him but Christian scouts him and kicks him in the face. Christian gets to his knees and when Bryan comes back he head butts him in the stomach. Christian gets to his feet and runs at Bryan, taking him down with a clothesline from his good arm. Christian struggles to the top rope and when Bryan gets up Christian meets him again with missile drop kick. The fans are going wild as Christian covers Bryan. One...Two...Thre-NO!!! Bryan just gets his shoulder up.

    Christian shakes his hurt arm, trying to get some life back in to it. He starts to clap his hands as Bryan struggles to his feet – the fans joining in and urging him on. Bryan is up. Christian grabs him and goes for the Killswitch but as he turns round his shoulder gives up on him and he falls to his knees. Bryan turns around, grabs him and nails him with a German Suplex. He holds on and arches his back, turning it into a pin. One...Two...Thre-SOMEHOW CHRISTIAN GETS A SHOULDER UP!!!!! The fans are going wild now, as Christian just won’t give up.

    Bryan gets Christian to his feet and chops him in the chest hard. He grabs his arm to go and lock in the LeBell lock but Christian head-butts him, sending him stumbling backwards. Christian, using his good arm, hooks Bryan’s head and drives him into the stop sign with a DDT. The fans are on their feet now as Christian slowly climbs to the top rope. He gets to the top, slaps his chest and dives, nailing Daniel Bryan with a perfect Diving Headbutt. He hooks the leg. One...Two...Three!!!

    Spoiler
    The fans go wild as Christian just lies collapsed in the ring. The referee brings in the ECW Championship and drapes it over Christian’s chest while Christian pulls himself together.

    Grisham: Can you believe it? Christian did it – he successfully defended the championship and he is now going down in the history books as the last ever ECW Champion!

    Foley: That performance right there is what ECW was all about. He did whatever it took to win and he didn’t give up – I am so proud of Christian right now!

    Striker: The Passion, The Pride and The Pure Emotion all paid off! Christian did it!
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    We cut backstage to Byron Saxton.

    Byron: Bourne, Rey – tonight you guys are getting one last shot at the WWE Tag Team Championships. Yourselves, The Harts and Miz ‘n’ Morrison have been stealing the show week in and week out lately – of course there are no prizes for good matches, just for wins. Do you guys have what it takes to get the big win tonight and walk out of here with the belts again?

    Rey: Byron – Evan and I have been teaming together since after Wrestlemania. We’ve fought together in WARGAMES, we’ve fought together in ladder matches and we’ve captured the titles. Tonight, it’s a challenge. The Harts and Miz & Morrison are two of the best tag teams today, to beat them once is gonna be tough, to have to beat them twice will be even more difficult, but I know we can do it.

    Byron: Evan, if you don’t win tonight, what’s next for you guys?

    Bourne: You know we only take this one match at a time. I think we stand a really good chance tonight – we’re in great shape and we are focused – we’re going to give it our all.

    Rey: Byron, it’s not a question we’re thinking about answering – tonight’s our last shot – we’re gonna take it.

    Byron: Thank guys. Back to ringside...

    Striker: Mick, you’re a former tag team champion yourself – tell us what is your mindset like going into a big tag team match compared to a singles match.

    Foley: You know it’s a very different dynamic because obviously you’re getting yourself at mentally prepared as you possibly can but at the same time you know that’s only half the battle – you also have to rely on your partner. Now, that’s great when you’re on a roll but when things don’t go so well, then the pressures on.

    Grisham: Speaking of tag team matches this next one is sure to be hard-hitting.



    Sheamus & Drew McIntyre vs. Finlay & Dustin Rhodes

    The Story: On the very first post-draft Smackdown William Regal and Dustin Rhodes faced off in a great hard-hitting bout with Rhodes coming out on top. This didn’t bode well with the Englishman and when he landed the General Manager job the next week he made sure Rhodes felt his pain – both figuratively and literally. Regal introduced the WWE Universe to Drew McIntyre who taught Dustin Rhodes not to cross the boss with a brutal Future-Shock DDT onto a steel chair. The next week, while Rhodes was recovering from his injuries sustained at the hands of Rhodes, Finlay came to Rhodes’ defence, calling Regal out on his mistreatment of the veteran. Regal had little time for Finlay and introduced him to Sheamus. Sheamus annihilated Finlay and he too received a DDT onto a chair from McIntyre. Regal revealed that he has brought Sheamus and McIntyre to Smackdown as superstars he has hand-picked to go straight to the top, in turn they are more than happy to do Regal’s bidding. Rhodes and Finlay wouldn’t take this lying down, however, and are set to interfere with the GM’s plans tonight as they take out Sheamus and McIntyre.

    Rhodes and Finlay come out first to a great reaction from the crowd. The two vets are set to teach the young lions a lesson – and they’re happy to teach them the hard way. Sheamus and McIntyre come out next, with William Regal leading the way proudly. Sheamus and Finlay start things off.

    Foley: You know, Sheamus and McIntyre have been on fire since first appearing on Smackdown but the pressure’s really on tonight – your first pay-per-view match is high-stakes, you cannot imagine the pressure out there tonight.

    Sheamus squares up against Finlay and starts talking trash. Finlay pushes Sheamus back and the Celt just gets right back into Finlay’s face and starts trash-talking with a lot more intensity. Finlay smirks before head-butting Sheamus hard, sending him stumbling back. Finlay whips Sheamus into the ropes. Sheamus ducks a clothesline but Finlay is quick to catch him on the rebound with a kick to the gut. He then starts pounding on his back until he falls to his knees. Finlay bounces off the ropes and sends Sheamus to his back with a drop-kick to the face. He covers him but Sheamus kicks out strong at one. Sheamus quickly rolls to his corner and tags in Drew McIntyre. Finlay smiles to himself and tags in Dustin Rhodes.

    Drew tells Sheamus to watch how it’s done. Drew and Dustin lock up. Dustin overpowers Drew and backs him into the corner. He chops him hard in the chest before driving his knee into his gut. Drew falls down, seated in the corner. Dustin backs up and runs at Drew, driving his knee into McIntyre’s face. Rhodes pounds his chest and lets out a yell, hyping up the fans. He grabs Drew by the pony-tail and pulls him to his feet. He hooks his arm and nails a big time suplex. He covers Drew and gets a two-count. He goes to pick him up but Drew kicks him back and rolls out of the ring. Frustrated Drew kicks the ring steps. Sheamus jumps off the apron and he, Drew and Regal re-group.

    Striker: Well it seems there’s fight left in the old dogs yet!

    Sheamus and Drew climb back onto the apron and Drew tags Sheamus in. Sheamus and Dustin lock up and Dustin throws Sheamus into the ropes. Sheamus comes back and ducks Rhodes’ clothesline. He bounces off the opposite side and takes Rhodes down with a shoulder tackle. Rhodes gets to his feet and blocks a punch from Sheamus and knocks him sends him reeling with a punch of his own. Dustin bounces off the ropes but as he does McIntyre kicks him in the back. Rhodes stumbles forwards and Sheamus picks him up and slams him to the mat. Sheamus picks Rhodes up and throws him into the ropes. He catches him and nails an Irish Curse (side-slam backbreaker). Sheamus covers Rhodes and gets a two count.

    Sheamus whips Rhodes into the corner and tags in Drew. Drew comes in and he and Sheamus nail Rhodes with a double suplex. Sheamus leaves the ring and Drew pounces on Rhodes, laying in to him with some stiff stomps. He covers him and gets a two-count. Drew tags in Sheamus as they look to isolate Rhodes. Sheamus hoists Rhodes up on his shoulders while Drew bounces off the ropes. Drew grabs Rhodes neck while Sheamus drops him and they deliver a perfect Samoan Drop/Neck-breaker combination. Sheamus covers Rhodes and gets another two-count. He picks the veteran up and whips him hard into the turnbuckle. Rhodes falls straight to the mat. Sheamus walks over to him, grabs hold the top rope for balance and drives his knee into Rhodes head not once, not twice but three times. He covers Rhodes again but he gets his foot on the ropes.

    Striker: Rookie mistake there by Sheamus, not hooking the outside leg.

    Sheamus gets Rhodes to his feet and throws him into the corner again before tagging in McIntyre. The Scot and the Celt start laying the boots into Rhodes in the corner until the referee stops them and forces Sheamus to the apron. Drew tags Sheamus straight back in again before climbing to the second rope. Sheamus delivers a pendulum back-breaker and keeps Rhodes on his knee while Drew jumps and delivers an elbow to Rhodes throat. Sheamus covers Rhodes but again, Rhodes manages to kick out. Sheamus stalks Rhodes as he struggles to his feet. Rhodes gets up and Sheamus charges at him and nails him with a Brogue Kick. The force of the shot, however, sends Rhodes across the ring. Close enough for Finlay to reach over and get the tag.

    The fans go wild as Finlay enters the ring – Sheamus looks furious. Finlay runs at him and takes him down with a clothesline. Sheamus is up and runs at Finlay but Finlay lifts him up and over with a big bad body drop – the fans are whipped into a frenzy. McIntyre enters the ring but Finlay grabs him and throws him over the top rope and on top of William Regal, much to the fans delight. Sheamus is up and Finlay takes him down with a Spear and gets a two-count. He clenches his fists and grits his teeth, waiting for Sheamus to get to his feet. Sheamus gets up, Finlay runs but Sheamus hits a Brogue Kick out of nowhere, nearly knocking Finlay out cold. McIntyre is back up on the apron and begs for the tag. Sheamus tags him in and goes to keep Rhodes out. McIntyre scrapes Finlay’s body off the mat and drives him head-first with a FutureShock DDT. He covers him...123.

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    Finlay and Rhodes didn’t get to teach Sheamus and McIntyre the lesson they were hoping for as the two young lions get their arms raised by William Regal in the centre of the ring. One thing’s for sure, with these two behemoths by his side – Regal will be able to achieve anything.


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    Ted DiBiase: Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen my name is Ted DiBiase and I have paid for this commercial time out of my own money – if the WWE doesn’t want to showcase my fine talent, then I’ll make sure I get out there myself. This past Monday on Raw Ted DiBiase’s losing streak ended when I pinned the former Intercontinental, United States and Tag Team Champion, Carlito, in the middle of the ring. I pinned him, one-two-three. Now some people think that my methods were...somewhat dubious...but the reality is that the only thing that goes in the record book is a big fat W – so I think that was money well spent on my part. This is the beginning of a new era for Ted DiBiase. Now that I have realised that I don’t need the support of the WWE Universe to be successful – I can go forward and make huge strides all on my own. So be sure to tune in this week to Monday Night Raw – which will soon be renamed Monday Night DiBiase – and which will also soon be a Randy Orton free zone.
    We see The Miz and John Morrion heading to the ring for their match, Byron Saxton run after them to catch a few brief words.



    Saxton: Guys, can I grab a few words? You’re going out there tonight in what is probably the biggest match of your careers so far. Do you have what it takes to beat the Harts and Bourne and Rey not just once tonight, but twice?

    Miz: Really? Really? Really Byron? You think that this is the biggest match of our careers? Let me get one think straight – we should never have been put in this position. We have already proven time and time again that we are the greatest tag team of the 21st Century – fact! So we shouldn’t have to go out here tonight and prove it again. But you know what...we will...we absolutely will because you see that whole greatest tag team thing isn’t a nick name – it’s a reality.

    Morrison: You know, the reality is that this is a huge challenge, but we’re up for it – more than ever before. Everyone’s talking about the other four guys – well we’re gonna prove tonight that they should be talking about us.



    WWE Tag Team Championship Match: First to Two Falls
    John Morrison & The Miz (c) vs. The Hart Dynasty vs. Rey Mysterio & Evvan Bourne


    The Story: The Miz and John Morrison have been a quest over the past few years to become the greatest tag team of the 21st Century and with numerous title victories, they’ve done plenty to stake their claim. Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne turned a mutual respect and friendly rivalry into a tag team and rose up the ranks quickly, eventually taking the titles from Miz and Morrison. The Harts were part of one of the great tag team feuds in recent memory against The Burchill Foundation on ECW and they earned a tag team championship match on the last ever ECW. They fought Bourne and Rey in a Smackdown Main Event and fulfilled their life-long dreams of winning the titles together.

    Miz and Morrison, however, saw to it that they ended the Harts dream as soon as possible. Cashing in a favour from William Regal they faced The Harts as soon as they won the belts and the exhausted Harts never stood a chance. Since then all three teams have exchanged victories but no team has emerged as the best. Tonight we finally find out once and for all as they do battle, one last time, in a first to two falls match.



    The fans go wild as Rey and Bourne burst onto the stage, both wearing red and looking set for action. The fans are very excited to see them in action tonight and certainly wouldn’t mind seeing them walk out as champions.

    Foley: Man, I really love this team, they have such energy and such enthusiasm – they’re a joy to watch.

    Striker: What I love most about this team is how Mysterio has really mentored Bourne and shared with him his years of experience to make him into a fully rounded Superstar. You don’t don’t see that type of willingness to teach often and it’s ended up paying off big time for Rey as he’s really ended up as part of a classic team here. They’re my picks to win tonight.



    Grisham: And here come my picks – The Hart Dynast. I think after tasting victory weeks ago, they are after it again and will do whatever it takes tonight to win.

    Foley: You know, on ECW I got to see these guys up close a lot and I can tell you, this is a science to them – they take it that seriously and it’s only a matter of time before that translates into huge success.

    The Harts come out wearing Pink and White and are pumped to challenge for the championships again. The fans are maybe even more behind them than they are Bourne and Mysterio. They rush to the ring, slapping the hands of the fans on the way to the ring.



    And the cheers instantly turn to boos. If the crowd are split as to who support, these guys aren’t an option. Oh...and they don’t care one bit.

    Striker: these two men have so much to prove tonight. They stole the belts from The Harts and they call themselves the Greatest Tag Team of the 21st Century – this is their chance to prove they belong in the position they’re in.

    Foley: And you know what, I think they’re gonna do it- they’re my pick to win. Nobody likes guys that are too cocky, but usually guys are cocky because they can back it up. I don’t particularly like these two young men, but no one can deny just how talented they are.

    All three teams stand by in the ring as Justin Roberts does the formal ring announcements. He gets a particularly big pop when he announces that the match will be contested under Tornado Rules.


    The bell rings and there’s a buzz around the arena as the fans are anticipating a classic. They stare at each other before they all run at each other and a mass brawl starts out. Miz and DH Smith are going at trading lefts and rights. Rey Mysterio and John Morrison brawl out of the ring. Evan Bourne kicks Tyson Kidd over before launching himself over the top rope taking out John Morrison out with a plancha. Rey Mysterio helps Bourne to his feet but they are both met by a springboard cross-body from Tyson Kidd. The fans go wild as they action is fast and furious from the get go. Kidd gets to his feet and slides back into the ring where DH Smith has just hoisted the Miz up with a delayed vertical suplex. The fans cheer him on as he holds Miz up in the air, the blood rushing to his head, before slamming him down. Kidd and Smith high five each other before Smith lifts Miz up, Kidd bounces off the ropes and nearly takes the Miz’s head off with the Hart Attack. Smith covers Miz but Morrison pulls him out of the ring, breaking up the count.

    Striker: The Harts very nearly got an early pin-fall here.

    Morrison punches Smith in the face before throwing him into the ring steps and rolling into the ring. Kidd charges at him with a clothesline but Morrison ducks it. Morrison rebounds off the ropes and takes Kidd down with a drop kick. Miz gets to his feet and him and Morrison grab him and nail him with a quick snap suplex. Morrison covers him but Kidd kicks out. Miz starts to stomp on him while Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne start to climb onto the apron. Morrison goes over to try and knock them off but they both drive their shoulders into his gut. Bourne leaps over Morrison and pins him with a sunset flip. Miz runs over the break it up but Mysterio springboards and takes him down with a seated senton, hooking the leg. Morrison kicks out at two and the referee counts for Rey. Miz kicks out at two as well.

    All four men get to their feet quickly and tense up, staring at each other tentatively as the fans cheer them on. Tyson Kidd rolls to the outside while this is going on and shakes Smith to his feet. Kidd grabs Evan Bourne by the feet and yanks him out of the ring. Miz and Morrison take advantage of the distraction and team up to take out Rey Mysterio. Bourne gets to his feet and Smith charges, nearly beheading him with a lariat on the outside. Inside the ring, Mysterio struggles against both men and The Miz drives his head into the mat with a skull crushing finale. Miz covers him. Kidd jumps onto the apron but Morrison knocks him off. He doesn’t manage to stop Smith rolling in and breaking up the count just in time. Rey rolls out of the ring to safety.


    Miz and Morrison both charge at Smith but he levels them with a double clothesline. Morrison gets to his feet first and Smith tosses him over the top rope where he takes out Bourne and Mysterio who were getting to their feet. The Miz charges at Smith but Smith catches him and tosses him across the ring with a belly to belly suplex. Smith raises his fist in the air and lets out a yell as the fans urge him on. Tyson Kidd climb up onto the apron and starts to go to the top rope, much to the fans delight. Smith grabs Miz and hoists him up. Kidd leaps and takes him down with a Hart Attack from the top rope. Kidd covers Miz. Smith nails Morrison, who has jumped on the apron to try and break up the count, with a boot to the mid-section. One...Two...Thr- NO!!! Evan Bourne breaks up the count just in time.

    Kidd swings at Bourne but Bourne ducks, spins behind Kidd, and lifts him up and over with a German Suplex. Smith goes to bounce off the ropes to gain momentum but Rey Mysterio jumps on the apron and pushes the top rope down, sending Smith crashing to the outside. As Smith gets to his feet Rey dives off the apron and levels him with a seated senton. John Morrison approaches Mysterio but Rey is too quick for him and punches him in the face. Morrison turns around and stumbles forward, holding his face. Rey goes after him but when he goes to grabs him Morrison catches him out of nowhere with a Pele kick to the head. We return quickly to the action in the ring just in time to see Evan Bourne nail Tyson Kidd with an enziguri. Bourne covers him. One...Two...THE MIZ GRABS BOURNE IN A FULL NELSON AND LIFTS HIM OFF KIDD! The fans boo as the Miz drags Bourne away from Kidd and SKULL CRUSHING FINALE! The Miz covers him, Morrison stops Rey on the outside from running into the ring...One...Two.............................Three !

    Fall One: The Miz and Morrison via Pinfall

    The Miz quickly rolls Bourne out of the ring before going after Tyson Kidd. He grabs him to his feet, hooks his arms and nails him with a Skull Crashing Finale as well. By know, Morrison has climbed up onto the apron and to the top rope and he flies on top of Kidd with Starship Pain. He covers him. One...Two...Thr-David Hart Smith pulls Morrison out of the ring. Smith punches Morrison in the face but The Miz just reacts and covers Kidd again. One...Two...Thr-Rey Mysterio pulls the Miz out of the ring and punches him in the face. Mysterio and Smith look at each other and say something. The both pick up Miz and Morrison and whip them towards each other. Miz and Morrison collide head first, knocking themselves almost unconscious. Smith rolls into the ring to check on Kidd while Rey runs over to Bourne to check on him.

    They both manage to get their partners to their feet, ready to go again. The Harts stand in the ring and motion for Rey and Bourne to come and get them. Rey and Bourne slide into the ring and all four men face off – the fans cheering all four of them on. Eventually they just go for it and all four men are brawling around the ring. Kidd with Rey, Bourne with Smith. The Harts back Rey and Bourne into opposite corners of the ring and start pounding on them. Kidd grabs Rey and Smith grabs Bourne and they Irish whip them towards each other. Just as they are about to collide, however, Rey ducks down and Bourne leap-frogs over him. They keep on running and Bourne sends Kidd flying with a monkey flip while Rey drop-kicks Smith into the corner. Rey gets down on all fours and Bourne uses him as a platform, a la the Hardy Boys, to drive his knee into Smith’s face.

    The Miz and John Morrison are stirring on the outside. Bourne and Rey notice this and grabs Tyson Kidd and toss him over the top rope, taking out the champions. Smith gets up to his feet and Bourne runs at him, going for a hurricanrana. Smith uses his strength and blocks the move instead slamming Bourne down with a powerbomb. Rey runs at Smith. Smith goes for a big boot but Rey ducks it, bounces off the ropes and takes Smith down with a flying cross-body. One...Two...Smith kicks out. The two men get up and Rey tries to whip Smith into the ropes. Smith is too strong for Rey however and counters it. Rey bounces off the ropes and meets Smith with a drop-toe hold sending him resting on the second rope. The fans go wild as Rey signals for the 619. He runs towards Smith but Smith gets up and drives his elbow into Rey’s face.

    Smith shakes himself off before hoisting Rey up onto his shoulder to go for the running powerslam. He runs but Rey wriggles off behind him. Rey dropkicks him in the back, sending him resting on the second rope again. He doesn’t waste any time with this chance, runs and quickly hits the 619!!! The fans are going wild. Rey goes to drop the dime but Tyson Kidd grabs him and pulls him yanks him off, smashing his head against the apron. What Kidd doesn’t see, however, is that Evan Bourne has come to and has climbed to the top rope. Kidd is busy with Rey on the outside as Bourne leaps with a perfect SHOOTING STAR PRESS!!! He covers DH Smith. One...Two...Three!!!

    Fall Two: Evan Bourne & Rey Mysterio via pinfall

    Tyson Kidd has taken Rey out on the outside by nailing him with a super kick and rolls back into the ring to deal with Bourne. Smith has rolled to the outside. Bourne and Kidd face off, the fans excited to see this as these two have had some great matches together. The cheers soon turn to boo, however, when The Miz and Morrison slide into the ring on the other side. Kidd and Bourne look at each other and quickly form an alliance to go after Miz and Morrison. Kidd goes after Morrison and Bourne goes after Miz. They both start going at the cocky champions with hard kicks sending them to their knees in pain. They simultainiously bounce off the ring ropes and drop-kick Miz and Morrison in the face and out of the ring, but to the fans delight. There is no time to rest however as Kidd quickly takes Bourne to the mat with a super kick out of nowhere. He pins Bourne. One,Two, Three.

    Fall Three: The Hart Dynasty via pinfall.

    Grisham: Can you believe it? All three teams have won a fall – one more pinfall and we’ll know who the champions are – what a match!

    Kidd knows he’s only one fall away now from becoming the tag team champion again. He quickly grabs Evan Bourne, drags him into the centre of the ring and locks in the Sharpshooter. Bourne screams out in pain, but he has no-where to go. John Morrison is back up on the apron. He sees Bourne is about to tap and so springboards into the ring, drop-kicking Kidd in the head and breaking the hold. He rolls Bourne out of the ring and when Kidd gets to his feet takes him back down with a snap suplex. The Miz slides into the ring now and Kidd looks in trouble. While the Miz puts the boots to Kidd, John Morrison climbs to the top rope. The Miz lifts Kidd up into position for a powerbomb. He holds him there until Morrison leaps off the top rope and they take him down with a sick powerbomb/flying lariat combo. The Miz covers Kidd. One, Two, Thr-No!!! David Hart Smith distracts Morrison while Rey Mysterio breaks up the three count.

    Morrison and Smith are brawling on the apron while Rey rolls up the Miz with a small package. One...two...Miz kicks out. Both men get to their feet and Rey nails Miz with a tornado DDT. He then runs at Morrison and drop kicks him, he flies off the apron taking Smith with him. Smith and Morrison keep brawling but Smith gets the upper hand. He grabs Morrison and hoists him up onto his shoulder. He runs and smashes him THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE WITH A RUNNING POWERSLAM!!!!!!! The fans are going absolutely wild as Morrison and Smith lie lifeless in the wreckage – the move doing almost as much damage to Smith as it did to Morrison.

    Miz and Rey stop momentarily to look at the carnage on the outside but as they do they give Kidd enough time to get to his feet – the fans cheering him on. Rey and Miz turn around and Kidd takes them down with a double drop kick. Kidd is all fired up and when Miz and Rey get up he takes them down with a double clothesline. The fans are right behind him. He gets Rey up and whips him into the corner before running and charging into him with a clothesline. He turns round to Miz but the Miz is ready for and knocks him over with a clotheslone of his own. He scrapes him up and hits a Reality Check. Miz covers Kidd but Rey leaps and breaks it up at two. By now Evan Bourne is back to his feet as well. He climbs to the apron and scales the top rope. The Miz, however, grabs Rey Mysterio and pushes him into the same corner, crotching Bourne on the top rope. Miz grabs Evan Bourne and shoves him to the outside. He then clotheslines Rey to the outside as well.

    Miz turns round to Kidd but Kidd is up and ready for him. He grabs him by the ankle, dropping him to the mat. He wraps up his legs, turns him over into a perfect Sharp Shooter. The fans are on their feet going wild, urging Kidd on. Bourne and Rey struggle towards the ring to try and break it up but David Hart Smith, somehow, crawls towards them and grabs their ankles, desperately holding them back. Miz is in agony but he has nowhere to go. He has no choice but to tap out. The Miz tap out.

    Spoiler
    Striker: They’ve done it! They’ve actually done it! The Hart Dynasty are the New WWE Tag Team Champions!

    Foley: And what a match Matt! There can be no doubt in anyone’s mind now that these two men deserve to be the champions.

    The fans are going absolutely wild as Kidd collapses to his knees in the ring. David Hart Smith struggles to his feet and rolls into the ring. The two men embrace with the fans on their feet cheering them on. Natalya runs down the ramps and joins them in the ring as the referee hands them the belts. All three members of The Hart Dynasty stand, arms raises and titles high.

    The Miz is in shock. As John Morrison comes to on the outside The Miz leaves without him. Bourne and Mysterio sit on the outside looking absolutely devastated. Bourne gets to his feet and goes to help Rey up but Rey shoves him off and he too leaves on his own. Bourne just shrugs it off before rolling into the ring and shaking the Harts’ hands, congratulating them after an incredible match.


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    WWE Championship Match: Street Fight
    John Cena (c) vs. Kevin Steen


    A video plays cutting between telling the story of the WWE Championhip Match, narrated by Kevin Steen’s sit-down interviews.

    Steen: My name is Kevin Steen and I have been a professional wrestler for 11 years now. I want to personally thank the WWE for giving me the opportunity to be a part of the WWE Universe, not just as a fan (which I have been all my life) but as a wrestler. This is an opportunity I have dreamt about and I honestly cannot believe that I am finally here. I want all of the WWE Management to know that I will not let you down and that signing me will prove to be the best decision you ever made.

    Stephanie McMahon: And for the World Heavyweight Championship, John Cena will face CM Punk...

    The video shows Cena defeating Punk with an Attitude Adjustment

    McMahon: And the winner will face either Edge or Jericho...

    It shows Cena defeating Jericho with an Attitude Adjustment from the second rope

    McMahon: And the winner will face Ted DiBiase!

    It shows Cena making Ted DiBiase tap out to the STF and raising the World Heavyweight Championship above his head.

    Steen: I was running away from home and I was becoming a wrestler. All of my life the only thing that mattered to me was wrestling and it was time that I took things seriously. I vowed from that moment on that I would make it in this business – that I would be a wrestler...

    It shows Cena celebrating his victory on Smackdown and defeating Chavo Guerrero

    Steen: I was never going to be the golden boy with the chiselled physique selling thousands of tickets. I was always the outcast, always the freak.

    It shows Cena at various press-conferences and autograph signings and tv interviews.

    Steen: You don’t have the right look they told me.

    It shows Cena flexing his muscles on the ring.

    Steen: Where’s your catch-phrase?

    It shows Cena doing his trade-mark catch-phrases, ‘If You Want Some, Come Get Some’ and ‘The Champ Is Here.’

    Steen: What’s your gimmick?

    It shows Cena rapping and then saluting the fans and then pointing to his Hustle, Loyalty and Respect wristbands.

    Steen: I just wanted to wrestle,

    It shows Steen nailing William Powell with a sidewalk slam and then a moonsault.

    Steen: I wanted to fight people

    It shows him throwing punches and then locking in the half-Boston Crab.

    Steen: I wanted to...hurt people.

    It shows him spreading thumbtacks on the mat and slamming Craig Silverto into them

    Steen: Over my eleven years in this business as long as I kept this ins sight I could hold on. Stand up for the freaks. Take out the golden boy. Translated...Annihilate John Cena.

    The video pauses on a picture of Cena standing at Wrestlemania with the WWE Title high in the air. It then slowly fades to Cena lying a bloody mess on Smackdown with Steen standing over him.

    Steen: I made my pro-wrestling debut on May 7 2000. Do you know when John Cena made his? 2001. And yet Cena has done it all.

    [i]IT shows Cena winning titles time and time and time again.

    Steen: John Cena is not better than me.

    It shows Steen attacking Cena on the ramp.

    Steen: John Cena doesn’t deserve his spot more than me.

    It shows Steen locking Cena in the half-Boston Crab

    Steen: It’s Kevin Steen’s time to shine.

    It shows Steen standing over Cena’s bloody body...again.

    The music in the video changes dramatically as John Cena takes over the narration.


    Cena: Kevin Steen if you want a fight, you’ve got a fight dammit.

    It shows Cena screaming with rage in the ring.

    Cena: Show your face Steen!

    It shows Cena waiting for Steen in the parking lot.

    Cena: WITH MY BACK AGAINST THE WALL I WILL UNLEASH HELL!

    It shows Cena brawling with Kevin Steen

    Cena: TONIGHT THERE IS NO COMPLACENCY, TONIGHT THERE IS NO CHEAP SHOTS BECAUSE TONIGHT YOU’RE GETTING THE REAL DEAL – YOU’RE GETTING ALL I HAVE!

    It shows Cena fighting back against Steen, getting in his face.

    Steen: I wanted to...hurt people.

    The music builds as both Superstars are being highlighted.

    Cena: I WILL NOT BACK DOWN!

    Steen: My aim? To annihilate John Cena!

    The video ends with both men facing off and Mick Foley’s commentary playing

    Foley: May God have mercy on John Cena


    The arena fills with boos as Kevin Steen’s music hits and the maniacal superstar makes his way to the ring. He walks to the ring with a twisted smirk on his face, seemingly enjoying the audiences response.

    Striker: Mick, you’ve been in countless street fights over the year and have the scars to prove it. What is your mindset going into a match like this?

    Foley: You know, it takes a guys who’s a bit crazy to wrestle. To want to put your body through such pain and suffering every night is nuts. This, this is even worse, to be willing to fight in a street fight, you’ve got to be insane. You cannot view this as any other match – you have to want to hurt your opponent and make him suffer because that’s what he’ll want to do to you.

    Striker: And you know what, I’m pretty sure Kevin Steen wants to hurt and to maim John Cena tonight.

    Foley: You’re damn right.



    The fans go wild as John Cena’s music hits and the champ bursts onto the stage. He takes his hat off and throws it and his t-shirt to the crowd. He lies the WWE Championship down at the top of the stage before saluting and sprinting to the ring, looking to start this one straight away.
    Cena slides into the ring and Steen instantly starts laying into him with the boots, before he can even stand up. Cena is determined, however, and blocks enough to tackle Steen to the mat. Cena starts pounding on Steen with the lefts and rights. This one will not be pretty. Cena is in the zone tonight and seems to have caught Steen off guard. Steen gets his arms off to block Cena’s shots before grabbing Cena’s head and plunging his thumbs into Cena’s eyes. Cena jumps off Steen and Steen rolls out of the ring. Cena rolls straight out after him. They trade punches back and forth as they brawl around the ring. Cena kicks Steen in the gut before slamming him on the outside with a Fisherman’s Suplex. He picks Steen off the ground and rolls him into the ring.

    By the time Cena gets into the ring, Steen is back to his feet and the two start trading punches again. Cena drives his knee into Steen’s gut and whips him into the corner. Cena charges and clothesline him hard. Steen slumps into a sitting position. Cena lays the boots into his chest before backing up and charging at him again, this time driving his knee into his face. Steen starts crawling away from the corner. Cena runs after him and leaps with a leg drop, landing on the back of Steen’s neck. He covers him but Steen kicks out.

    Cena gets Steen to his feet and whips him into the ropes. Steen grabs the ropes instead of bouncing off them. He then runs at Cena with a clothesline but Cena ducks it. He bounces off the ropes and takes Steen down with a shoulder block. Steen gets up again quickly but Cena meets him with another shoulder block. When Steen gets up Cena takes him down this down with a massive clothesline, keeping him down for a bit longer this time. Cena goes to pick up Steen but Steen delivers a desperation low-blow, bringing Cena to his knees. Steen is kneeling beside Cena and head-butts him, sending Cena falling backwards. Steen gets to his feet. He bounces off the ropes and nearly cracks Cena’s skull open with a leaping knee drop. He covers the champ but Cena kicks out.

    Steen quickly rolls out of the ring. He shoves the time-keeper off his steel chair and throws the chair into the ring. He rolls into the ring but as he stands up, Cena does too and clothesline him out of the ring, taking himself out as well with his momentum. Cena grabs Steen and pushes him back-first into the guard rail. He charges at him and they both go tumbling over the rail and into the crowd. They’re trading lefts and rights as security scurry to keep the fans back. They brawl all the way up the steps, trading blows. Some fans are slapping their backs but most actually stay their distance – worried about getting too closed. In particular, many of Cena’s younger fans looked worried, having not seen this side of their hero very often. They reach the top of the level and Steen smashes Cena’s head off the metal barrier at the top of the steps, busting the champ open.

    There’s a technical area beside them and Steen grabs a monitor off the desk. The stalks Cena and when Cena gets up he smashes him in the head with the monitor. He then grabs some cables and wraps them around Cena’s neck, trying to choke the champ out. Cena starts turning red in the face, struggling for breath. He grabs at the cables, desperately trying to get loosen Steen’s hold around his neck. Cena gets to his knees, trying to do whatever he can to get Steen off. He manages to get to his feet. He clenches his fists and raises them in the air, urging the fans to cheer him on. He grabs Steen by the head, bends over and flips him onto the ground. Steen writhes in pain as he is slammed onto the concrete but Cena can’t capitalise as he collapses backwards, catching his breath.

    Steen starts to crawl down the steps, heading back to the ring. He reaches half-way before Cena starts going after him. He starts running down the steps and when he reaches Steen he kicks him and Steen stumbles down the rest of the steps and crashes against the crowd barrier. Steen slowly pulls himself up. When he gets to his feet Cena tackles him right back into the ring-side area. They both are down and out momentarily. Cena gets to his feet first. He wipes his head with his wrist-bands, getting rid of lots of the blood. He picks Steen up and rolls him into the ring. He covers him, but Steen kicks out at two.

    Cena goes to the apron and climbs to the top rope. He waits for Steen to start to get up and when he does he leaps looking to hit his diving leg-drop but Steen moves out of the way and Cena crashes and burns. Cena sits on the mat in pain, giving Steen enough time to nail him with an enziguri. Steen covers Cena. One...Two...THr-No, Cena kicks out and the fans go wild. Steen goes to the corner and rips off the turnbuckle pad. He picks Cena up and slams his head into the turnbuckle. Cena stumbles backwards and Steen hoists him up and slams him down with a back-drop. He covers him again but Cena again kicks out.

    Steen is starting to look frustrated – obviously not expecting Cena to withstand the punishment he has. He picks up the steel chair and wedges it between the top and middle turnbuckles. He picks Cena up and throws him, shoulder first, into the chair. Cena screams out in pain and clutches his shoulder. Steen grabs the chair and climbs to the top rope. He holds the chair across his chest and leaps with a moonsault, crushing Cena’s chest with the chair – but hurting himself in the process. Steen writhes on the mat in pain, before rolling on top of Cena. The referee counts. One...Two...THr-Cena kicks out! Cena kicks out!

    Steen wastes no time getting more frustrated but rolls out of the ring looking for something else to help him wear Cena down. He begins searching under the ring and finds the same small brown bag he had on Smackdown. The fans to begin to buzz in anticipation as Steen is about to step things up a bit. Steen brings the bag into the ring but before he can open it Cena is to his feet and he tackles Steen to the mat. He doesn’t have as much energy as before but he manages to take the big man down. Cena gets to his feet and stumbles backwards, raising his fist in the air, the fans cheering him on. Steen gets to his feet and Cena takes him down again with a shoulder block. They both get up and Cena hits it again. They get up again and Cena hoists him up and slams him down with a spin-out powerbomb. He stands over Steen and raises his hand in the air, the fans now going wild. He does the ‘You Can’t See Me’ taunt before bouncing off the ropes and doing the five-knuckle shuffle. He covers him and gets a two-count.

    The fans are on their feet now as Cena is back in control. He stalks Steen, waiting for him to get to his feet. Steen gets up and Cena hoists him onto his shoulders to go for the Attitude Adjustment. Steen kicks his feet, however, and wriggles off, nailing Cena with an inverted DDT. He covers him but Cena again kicks out at two. Steen kicks Cena a few times before picking up his small brown bag. He opens it up and pours the thumb tacks over the mat, with a sadistic smile on the face. Cena starts to get to his feet and Steen whips him into the ropes. Cena bounces back and Steen catches him with a spinning sidewalk slam, right onto the thumbtacks. Cena screams out in pain as Steen hooks the leg and covers him. One...Two...












    Thre-NO!!! Cena somehow kicks out. Cena kicks out!

    Steen is in shock and his eyes widen in disbelief that Cena somehow kicked out. Steen runs his fingers through his hair before punching the mat. He gets to his feet and drags Cena to the other side of the ring and tries to lock in the half Boston Crab. Cena fights back however and kicks out, sending Steen stumbling backwards. Cena uses the ring ropes to pull himself to his feet. Steen walks up to Cena and punches him right in the face eliciting boos from the fans. Cena reels backwards before punching Steen in the face himself, making the fans cheer. They trade punches back and forth with the fans cheering and booing along. Steen has enough and kicks Cena in the knee. Cena drops to one knee and Steen runs at him but Cena catches him and hoists him up onto his shoulders. The fans go absolutely wild as Cena walks over towards the thumb tacks. Steen is panicking but he manages to wriggle off again and tries to go for the Inverted DDT again. Cena is having none of it, however and reverses it, before kicking him in the gut, hoisting him up and launching him with an ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT ON THE THUMB-TACKS!!! Cena hooks the leg and covers him...One...Two...
























    THREE!!!

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    Grisham: Can you believe it? John Cena is still the WWE Champion!!!

    Striker: What heart, what passion and what sheer tenacity to be able to go through such pain and still come out the champion – I take my hat off to him.

    Foley: No doubt about it – what a match and what a performance from both men. I mean, Steen should feel no shame in leaving, that was a special performance from John Cena.

    Cena collapses in the ring, exhausted. The referee brings him in the WWE Championship. Cena holds it in his hands before getting to his feet and lifting his high above his head, the fans going wild. The Champ is Still Here.

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    A video plays showing CM Punk in training mode for this Sunday’s big match. It begins with him running around the streets of Chicago.

    Punk: You know I brought Samoa Joe into the WWE – I gave him a shot and I gave him a chance when nobody else did. How did he repay me? By making a mockery of everything I stand for by getting suspended for failing the wellness policy. He made me look like a joke, he delivered a low-blow to my integrity so let’s not turn Joe into a victim...he turned on me.

    It shows him practicing his kicks and strikes on a punch bag.

    Punk: Joe beat me at Summer Slam. He one hundred percent did. But that will never happen again. Joe came back from months on the sideline doing nothing but training to fight me whereas I was fighting week in and week out for the ECW Championship. Now, I’ve worked my ass off to make sure I’m in the best shape of my career...there will be no excuses.

    It shows him practising his chain wrestling in an old gym with Colt Cabana.

    Punk: Joe won the first match, he will not win the re-match. I have every advantage I need. I’m in better shape, I have better technical ability and because I’m drug-free and alcohol-free – I have no distractions. Wrestling is my addiction and so ever since Summer Slam I have put all of my energy and all of my drive into getting ready for this match. When Joe was out partying celebrating his win I was thinking of new ways to hurt and maim him. This will not be a repeat performance of Summer Slam...not a chance.

    The video then cuts to CM Punk, facing the camera.

    Punk: Samoa Joe you had better not be complacent and you had better not think that this will be anything like our last match. This Sunday I am going to expose you as the fraud you are and I’m going to show to you, the WWE Universe and the entire world that CM Punk is better...he’s better than you!
    A video plays showing Samoa Joe training for the big match on Sunday Night. It begins with him on a treadmill, towel around his kneck.

    Joe: CM Punk brought me into the WWE, I have to thank him for that , he gave me an opportunity. I didn’t realise that this meant I was contractually obligated to be his b*tch. I am not straight edge, I have never claimed to me. I’m an adult and I make my own decisions. Sometimes they aren’t the wisest but CM Punk doesn’t get to make them for me. Did I mess up? Yes. Was it any of his business no. So when I’m at home suspended and CM Punk is on TV every week berating me and talking trash – man, all that did was make me want to get back as quick as I could to kick his ass...and I did.

    It shows him in an octagon, shooting with one of his buddies. Tazz is on the outside watching on and giving tips.

    Joe: For a few years I became slightly less passionate about this business. Politics and whatever made me frustrated and I let myself slip. When I came to the WWE it was like I was given a new lease of life. What people have seen so far from me here in the WWE is only the tip of the iceberg, Samoa Joe has so much more to offer. At Summer Slam people finally saw what a freakin’ animal I can become – they’re going to see more of that, much more of that.

    It shows him in the FCW ring. A bunch of rookies are coming after him one after the other and he takes them down with throws, slams, strikes and kicks systematically.

    When I defeated CM Punk at Summer Slam it nearly destroyed him, he didn’t know how to react. He’s a former World Champion, he’s taken the WWE by storm – he did not expect what happened at Summer Slam. What he needs to realise is that by attacking me from behind and continuing to run his mouth he’s only made me more angry. What I can do is I harness that anger and I use it in the ring. This Sunday I’m fitter than last time, I’m stronger than last time but most of all I’m angrier than last time and with that combination, Punk doesn’t stand a chance.[/i]

    The video changes to Joe addressing the camera face on.

    Joe: CM Punk this match will define both of our careers. This match has nothing on the line but pride. CM Punk I am more ready for this match than any other of my career and I would be worried. CM Punk, Samoa Joe...is going to kill you.


    A video plays showing pictures and clips of Joe and Punk’s feud and match at Summer Slam. While it’s showing various WWE Superstars and Legends give their thoughts on the big match this Sunday.

    Shawn Michaels: I remember all the way back at Wrestlemania 10 when Ramon and I had the ladder match, our one aim was to go out, steal the show and prove to everyone that we were capable of being the top guys in the company. At Summer Slam I was watching the match between Joe and Punk and I realised they were doing the exact same thing...and boy did they ever steal the show.

    Daniel Bryan: I’ve fought both of these men many times and nobody has pushed me as hard as much as they did.

    Triple H: I mean CM Punk, he runs his mouth and he talks trash, but he backs it up, he gets the job done. I like that.

    Christian: Punk goes the extra mile to get into your head so when you’re facing him you’re flustered and you’re agitated and he picks up on those weaknesses. He exploits them and he picks you apart if you let him.

    Chris Jericho: I see a lot of myself in Punk. His attributes are double-pronged. First of all he gets in your head and he confuses you. Then, he does all sorts of new and innovative things in the ring to take you out.

    Randy Orton: I think he called himself a Snake in the Ice before on ECW – I can’t think of a better way to put it.

    MVP: And then you have Joe..he’s a freakin’ machine.

    John Cena: If anybody is going to step up and make it to the top of the mountain here in the WWE, it’s Samoa Joe. He’s fast, he’s strong and he is so knowledgeable. He knock your head off with a lariat of he can lock you up like a pretzel in ways I’ve never even seen before.

    Tazz: People compare Samoa Joe to me...man I wish I was half the talent in my prime that Samoa Joe is now!

    Mick Foley: He’s going to the top, the very top and I love it because he’s not your conventional WWE Superstar. He breaks the mould.

    Steve Austin: When you put on a great match, the thing people are waiting for is a great re-match. I cannot wait for these two to do it again.

    Bret Hart: If you’re asking me who the two best in-ring competitors are today I don’t even have to think about it, it’s Samoa Joe and CM Punk – we’re in for a treat this Sunday.

    Triple H: I think Punk’s going to do it.

    Shawn Michaels: I think Joe has it in the bag.

    MVP: I gotta go with Joe.

    Tazz: Joe, absolutely Joe.

    Chris Jericho: CM Punk isn’t going to slip up twice, he’s going to do it.

    Mick Foley: I think no matter who wins, we’re the lucky ones who get to watch it.


    The fans are all on their feet, but not in appreciation. CM Punk is possibly the most hated man in the WWE and the fans are making sure he knows it. Punk slowly walks through the curtain wearing black and gold trunks. He kneels on the stage, ignoring the fans as he checks his imaginary watch, asking himself what time it is. He then leaps up, yelling it’s clobbering time. He marches to the ring, looking as focused as he ever has. He kneels in the ring with his arms held out wide – soaking in all the jeers and the boos from the crowd, almost as if they fuel him.

    Striker: CM Punk lost to Samoa Joe at Summer Slam – that does not sit easy with the Straight-Edge Superstar and I know tonight he is as ready as he has ever been to prove that he is ready to go all out to win this thing.

    Foley: You know, Punk is great at running his mouth – he likes to talk trash and he likes to get inside his opponents head – but that should never take away from the fact that he is one of the best superstars in the WWE between the ropes.

    Spotlights shine on the stage and traditional Samoan drummers and dancers appear. They play the drums and hype up the crowd as they line the aisle. Suddenly the lights go out and writing appears word by word on the tron: JOE’S GONNA KILL YOU!



    The fans go absolutely wild as Joe bursts through the curtain wearing black and white tights and with a towel around his neck. The Samoan Drummers drum along with his music as Joe makes his way down the aisle, face focused on Punk the whole way.

    Grisham: Look at how focused Samoa Joe is. Punk has run Joe down, he has attacked him from behind and he screwed him out of the ECW Championship. CM Punk has done all he can to make Samoa Joe’s life miserable – tonight he gets his own back.

    Striker: And you cannot underestimate a man with a point to prove. Joe has been training non-stop and will do whatever it takes to win tonight.

    Justin Roberts: Ladies and Gentlemen it is time for your main event! The following contest is scheduled for one fall and there is no time limit! First, to my right, hailing from Chicago Illinois and weighing in at 222lbs – he is the straight-edge superstar – C...M...PUNK!!!

    Punk climbs to the top rope and does his ‘Go To Sleep’ motion to the fans while they boo him as loud as they can. A lone streamer flies into the ring which brings a smile to Punk’s face, something he obviously wasn’t expecting from a WWE crowd.

    Justin Roberts: And his opponent to my left, hailing from the Isle of Samoa, weighing in at 280lbs, he is the Samoan Submission Machine...SAMOA JOE!!!

    Joe simply raises one arm, acknowledging the fans support, but never taking his eyes off Punk. Joe’s introduction also is greeted by a streamer thrown into the ring.


    The two men back into opposite sides of the ring as the referee explains the rules and rings for the bell. They circle around the ring before locking up. Joe shows how much stronger he is by shoving Punk to the mat. Punk lands hard and gets up to one knee, looking at Joe with his eyes wide – not in panic, but perhaps in frustration. Joe lets Punk get to his feet and they start to circle the ring again. Punk goes to grabs Joe but Joe moves out of the way and the circle each other again. They’re tentative and cautious, wary of making an early mistake. They lock up again and Joe once again shoves Punk to the mat. Punk again lands hard and gets to one knee. Joe looks at Punk and drags his thumb across his throat trying to intimidate the Chicago native. They lock up a third time, but Punk quickly drops to the mat, catching Joe in a drop-toe hold. Joe falls to the mat and Punk is quick to roll him up for a quick two-count, trying to end it early. Both men pop up quickly and stare at each other, realising how quickly this match can change.

    They lock up in the middle of the ring and Joe grabs Punk in a side headlock. He wrenches on Punk’s head, trying to wear him down. Punk manages to wriggle out and grabs Joe’s head, twisting his neck in a headlock of his own. Punk grits his teeth and pulls as hard as he can – giving Joe a taste of his own medicine. Joe grabs Punk’s wrists and pulls them apart, showing his strength. He then kicks Punk in the gut before rolling him up with a school-boy, getting a two-count himself. Joe gets to his feet and Punk gets to his knees. Joe quickly runs at Punk but Punk ducks his shoulder and flips Joe over with a Fireman’s carry. Punk backs into the corner, putting distance between him and Joe and slowing the pace right down again.

    Striker: Pay attention to what CM Punk is doing here. He knows this match will be like a game of chess – each man will be waiting for the other to make a mistake so they can capitalise, by backing off he’s giving himself room to breathe and to think before he makes his next move.

    They lockup again and Joe backs Punk into the corner. Joe is pressing Punk against the turnbuckle and the referee makes Joe back it up. As Joe backs up Punk slaps him in the face before scurrying to the other corner, playing mind games with the Samoan. Joe laughs it off while Punk is smirking in the corner, trying to get into his opponents head. They lock up again and Joe again backs Punk into the corner. He whips him across the ring and into the opposite corner. Joe runs at Punk but Punk moves out of the way. Joe turns around to face Punk and is met with another slap to the face before Punk drops to the mat and rolls out of the ring to safety. Joe is starting to get angry now and it shows as Punk taunts him on the outside. Joe rubs his cheek before trying to shrug it off and beckoning for Punk to get back into the ring. Punk slowly climbs onto the apron. Joe walks over to him but Punk grabs the referee and tells him to get Joe back while he’s in the ropes. The referee asks Joe to stay back and Joe backs into the corner, refusing to fall for Punk’s mind-games.

    Punk slowly re-enters the ring and Joe quickly marches over to him. Punk is quick to react and steps between the ropes again and calls for the referee. As the referee tries to move Joe back Punk reaches across to slap Joe again but Joe blocks it and slaps Punk so hard in the face that Punk goes flying off the apron and to the outside. The fans go wild as Punk crouches on the mat holding his cheek. Joe stands in the ring smiling, again, beckoning for Punk to get back into the ring. Punk bides his time, pacing up and down for a while before slowly slithering into the ring.

    They start to circle and go to lock up but Punk kicks Joe in the side instead. Joe winces backwards. They circle again and Joe kicks at Punk but Punk dodges it and takes Joe the mat with a spinning heel kick. Joe pops up and runs at Punk. Punk leap-frogs over Joe. Joe bounces off the other side of the ring. Punk looks to catch him with another spinning heel kick but Joe holds onto the ropes and Punk falls to the mat, missing his target. Punk quickly gets to his feet and Joe is quicker and bulldozes through him with a big forearm. Punk grabs his face and stumbles to his feet. Joe is quick to grab him and throw him across the ring with an exploder suplex- the fans are going wild. Punk starts to climb to his feet using the turnbuckle. Joe backs up and charges at him, looking to squash him into the corner but Punk sees him coming and scurries out of the ring. The fans boo him instantly.

    Grisham: Oh c’mon Punk – what a coward!

    Striker: Complain all you want Todd, but Punk is too smart to allow Joe to gain momentum here – he’s doing the smart thing.

    Punk immediately starts arguing with the fans in the front row who are yelling at him to get back in the ring. Punk says that he’s going to win this match in his own time - not theirs. Punk turns around to face the ring but is met with a SUICIDE DIVE BY JOE TO PUNK ON THE OUTSIDE!!! The fans go absolutely wild as Joe has had enough and takes the fight straight to Punk. Punk crumples to the floor. Joe gets to the feet and drags his thumb across his throat again, sending the crowd into a frenzy. Punk climbs to his feet and leans against the guard rail. Joe instantly grabs him and slaps him as hard as he can across the chest. Punk drops to his knees grabbing his chest and tries to escape. Joe grabs him and holds him up against the guard rail and starts chopping him over and over until Punk’s chest is bright red and he collapses to the ground in agony.

    Joe walks over to the time-keeper and steals his chair. He places it in the corner of the ringside area. He grabs Punk, lifts him up in his arms and drops him head-first onto the guard-rail, knocking him silly. The referee is on the outside now, trying to get the men to bring the action back into the ring. He’s showing restraint, not wanting to end the main event in a count-out. Joe grabs Punk and sits him on the chair set up against the guard-rail. He backs up and raises his fist in the air, pumping the crowd up. Joe runs and nearly knocks Punk’s head off with an ole kick to the face, crushing Punk’s head against the guard-rail. The arena lets out a collective ‘ooh’ upon impact.

    Joe drags Punk to his feet but it’s like lifting a dead-weight – Punk is out of it. He hoists Punk up onto his shoulders and sets him on the apron and rolls him under the ropes and into the ring. Joe follows him in and covers Punk. One...Two...












    Thr-Punk just gets his foot on the bottom rope!!!

    Foley: Wow! Wow! I have no idea how Punk was with it enough to do that – that was pure instinct right there – this match was so nearly over.

    Joe drags Punk to the middle of the ring. He bounces off the ropes and leaps, crushing Punk with a flying senton. He covers him again. One...Two...Punk just gets the shoulder up. Joe leans over Punk to pick him up but Punk rakes his fingers in Joe’s eyes. Joe lets out a yell and starts rubbing his eyes as Punk rolls away from Joe and sits himself up in the corner of the ring. He uses the ropes to pull himself to his feet and shakes his head, trying to shake off the effects of the ole kick on the outside. Joe runs at Punk but Punk gets his boot up and kicks Joe in the chest. Joe stumbles backwards and Punk climbs up to the second rope. Punk, in sheer desperation, leaps at Joe and connects with a flying forearm smash. Both men fall to the mat and Punk drapes an arm over Joe. One...Two...Joe kicks out.

    Punk gets to his feet and starts stomping on Joe relentlessly. He looks like a man possessed as he strikes Joe over and over with boots to the legs, chest, arms and head – he’s almost foaming at the mouth. He wears himself out leans against the ropes to catch his breath. He bounces off the ropes and drops an elbow on Joe before hooking his leg in a pin attempt. Joe kicks out at two again. Punk wastes no time however in hooking and twisting Joe’s arms and locking in the Anaconda Vice. The fans start booing as Punk has his finishing submission locked in, in the middle of the ring, with no where for Joe to go. Punk screams out as he rocks back and forth, exerting as much pressure as he can on the hold. Joe’s free arm is flailing wildly as the fans stop booing and start chanting for Joe instead. Joe steadies his arm and clenches his fist, shaking it in time with the fans chants, urging them on. Punk is screaming for Joe to tap out but Joe just won’t do it. He takes his clenched fist and he punches Punk hard on the head. Punk doesn’t let go, however. Joe punches him again and Punk’s hold weakens. Samoa Joe summons up the energy to start punching Punk relentlessly and Punk has to break the hold. The fans are on their feet.

    Both men are on the mat. Joe reaches over to Punk, grabs his head and slams it into the mat. Both men are down and out. Joe starts to get to his feet first but Punk isn’t far behind him. The atmosphere in the arena is electric as both men struggle to their feet and are facing off yet again. Joe reels back and slaps Punk hard in the chest. Punk stumbles backwards before retaliating with a big chop of his own to Joe. This only angers Joe. He lets out a huge roar before slapping him repeatedly in the face. He then chops him hard in the chest twice before kicking him in the side and then nailing him with a jumping knee to the face. Punk falls to the mat and Joe is all fired up. He grabs Punk and throws him into the corner. Joe charges and clotheslines Punk in the corner before lifintg him up and setting him on the top rope. He grabs him and lifts him into position for the muscle buster. Joe runs to the middle of the ring and DROPS CM PUNK WITH A MUSCLE BUSTER!!! Samoa Joe covers Punk. One...Two...







































    Thr-CM PUNK KICKS OUT!!! CM PUNK KICKS OUT!!!

    The fans cannot believe it as CM Punk somehow kicks out of the muscle buster! Joe cannot believe it but the momentum is still entirely in his favour. The fans are firmly behind him, chanting his name. He grabs Punk and locks in the COQUINA CLUTCH!!! Joe has the move locked in but Punk quickly reverses into a pin-fall. Joe is forced to break the hold to kick out and Punk rolls away from Joe. Joe gets to his feet and Punk rolls to the apron. Punk uses the ropes to pull himself up. Joe goes for Punk but Punk drives his shoulder into Joe’s gut through the ropes before leaping over him and rolling him up with a sunset flip. One...Two...Joe Kicks out. Both men get to their feet and Joe chops Punk in the chest. Joe goes to kick Punk in the face but Punk ducks it. As Joe stumbles from missing the kick Punk quickly grabs him and hoists him up onto his shoulders in a huge feat of strength. He wastes no time in taunting and quickly hits the GTS – GO TO SLEEP!!! GO TO SLEEP!!! Punk covers Joe. One...Two...


































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    Both men lie in the middle of the ring as CM Punk’s music begins to play. The fans cannot believe it – convinced that Joe was going to pull off the double – they are heartbroken that CM Punk managed to get the win. EMT’s rush to the ringside area and roll Joe onto a gurney to get him some oxygen after being unconscious from the Koji Clutch. The referee helps CM Punk slowly to his feet. As the official raises CM Punk’s arm reality sets in and a huge grin spreads across Punk’s face. He pushes the referee to the side and raises both of his arms in the air. The Pay-Per-View goes off the air with Punk standing jubilant in the ring to the collective disappointment of the WWE Universe.
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    Tonight's Special 'Bragging Rights' Episode of Raw, one of the dual-branded three-hour specials required as part of WWE's contract with USA, is expected to move things on from Joe/Punk II and start to set things up for Survivor Series.

    A pretty bug WWE Legend is expected to open the show, and seeing how it is in Canada as the first night of their world tour, it doesn't take a genius to work out who that is. Especially considering who appeared out of the blue in the Joe/Punk II build-up package.

    With regards to the 'Bragging Rights' theme - wwe.com has revealed that there will be a series of Smackdown vs. Raw matches tonight and whoever wins gets a draft pick for their show. The Superstars were surprised by this news considering how many shake-ups there have been recently.

    Four matches have been announced for tonight's Raw. Jack Swagger will begin his Intercontinental Challenge, Beth Phoenix will battle Natalya, Cody Rhodes will defend his World Heavyweight Championship against MVP and DX will take on Team Ego.

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    Upon first glance, my initial reaction is "Holy shit..."

    My second reaction is "Thank god I have absolutely NOTHING to do at work today".

    You continue to improve with your writing, presentation and overall awesomeness. Your charge at the top spot in the Power 10 is much deserved and I was so glad to see you up there. Now, you've tackled probably your biggest PPV yet and here's hoping you've risen to the challenge.

    Opening
    I suppose the song is fitting. From a personal standpoint, it's not to my taste, but that's not going to affect the rest of your show. I've always viewed an opening video as a way for us Fan Fic'ers to throw out some of our personal tastes in music while still getting the drama of it all across. You've done this nicely.

    You also constructed the imagery in an excellent fashion. You made it easy to follow and for the reader to imagine.

    Diva's Championship
    I want to first say that starting off your show by boring the audience and giving all the 14 year-olds boners is not great. I also want to say that, since I ignore women's matches in feds, reviewing this would be unfair. Moving on.

    Hart Dynasty promo
    Tyson Kidd saying "If we can't prove ourselves tonight, we never will" seems uncharacteristic of anyone. I understand it's a big match, but to outright say that if they lose they'll be buried forever is strange.

    Show/Kane vs. Team Ego
    Said it before and I'll say it again: I love Team Ego.

    I love that you do a quick back story before the match. Absolutely LOVE.

    Nice double team finish to take down Show and steal a win. This match was solid, but when it comes to PPVs, you have to watch your match length. Now, being a busy individual with little time to write, I understand where you're coming from. Something that I didn't do that I kind of wish I did was add match length at the end of the match with the results. It gives the illusion that the match was longer than it was by just reading it. Just a little trick to consider. It's cheap, but effective.

    Christian vs. Daniel Bryan
    I remember saying that I wasn't excited for any of the possible opponents you had lined up for Christian. I'm also seeing from the back story that there's little, if any, feud between these guys. It seems Bryan came out of nowhere to challenge for the belt and if he retires it I'm going to be disappointed...

    ...alright, good job. I'm happy with the match. They tore one another apart and you ended it perfectly. While the build-up for this match seemed non-existant, you did execute it well.

    Seamus/McIntyre vs. Finlay/Rhodes
    I'm not gonna lie: I haven't been keeping up with this feud and I just skimmed this match. I know nothing about Drew McIntyre both IRL and in your fed.

    However, I do like that they work for William Regal. You've got that international feel in this stable and after a victory over a legend and his young partner, there's no telling where this can go. If I knew more about McIntyre's character, I'd be excited. Maybe I'll go back and skim through it.

    DiBiase promo
    Calls out Orton...interesting...

    Tag Titles
    Everyone getting a pinfall each was not surprising, but you built it well. The match was well put together and even though I remember you complaining about how hard it is to write a Tag Turmoil match, you executed it well. Confusion was minimal and you kept everything in check. Good job.

    But what is surprising is that the Hart Dynasty won. This stable just exploded with gold. I was kind of hoping they'd lose after what I said earlier, just to see what you did with them, but this is alright too. Big things coming from these kids, I suppose...

    Oh and hey...Powerslam through the announce table always equals win in my book. Awesome spot.

    Cena vs. Steen
    Probably the best feud you've built by far. So pumped to read this...

    Quote Originally Posted by PB
    Cena gets to his knees, trying to do whatever he can to get Steen off.
    AVOID SENTENCES SUCH AS THESE OR I WILL GIGGLE LIKE A LITTLE GIRL FOR THE REST OF THE MATCH.

    ..moving on..

    ..excellent match. I won't comment on the length because A) compared to your other writing, this is plenty long and B) I already said my piece earlier. Other than that, this was near perfect. Plenty of big spots that did not disappoint and both men tore each other apart, just as we all hoped they would. I'm glad Cena retained because this opens up the possibility of building this feud even more, which I expect will probably happen. If not, that's fine too, but if I were you, I'd run with this. As the old saying goes, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

    Joe/Punk II
    Here we go...

    GREAT opening package. So great. Oh man, I wish I had the time/patience to do stuff like this for my PPVs.

    ...Joe getting his arm up in that first spoiler tag gave me chills. I'm serious. This match was so intense and so great. DID. NOT. DISAPPOINT. Exactly what a Joe vs. Punk match should be as far as I'm concerned.


    Overall: 8.9/10

    You lost points by kicking off your show with a women's match and your backstage promos were rather weak (except for the DiBiase one and I'm not including the video packages because those were great). Other than that, you killed it with this PPV man. Absolutely killed it. If you keep this up, you're going down as one of the greats in due time. IF you keep this up.

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    Previously on WWE Legacy:




    On Raw:

    *MVP and Cody Rhodes had a war of words in the VIP lounge. MVP pointed out just how close he has come to the World Heavyweight Championship throughout the year – he says that when he gets his opportunity at Bragging Rights – he won’t fall short again. Cody Rhodes pointed out that while MVP has fallen short, Cody Rhodes has made the most of every opportunity – why? It’s simple – he was born better.

    *Shawn Michaels addressed the WWE Universe to open Raw last week – trying to explain just why he allowed Ezekiel Jackson to get the better of him at Bad Blood. While Michaels was talking, the lights went out in the arena and verses from the Book of Ezekiel in the Old Testament scrolled across the screen...talking about judgment. When the lights came back on Ezekiel Jackson blindsided Michaels and laid him out.

    *Continuing with her crusade to put the Diva’s Division on Raw on the map – Beth Phoenix teamed with Katie Lea to defeat Laycool in a hard fought bout. Beth got more than she bargained for, however, when Katie laid her out with a curb-stomp after the match. At Joe/Punk II Beth challenged Smackdown’s Diva’s Champion Natalya to a match tonight – to try and prove to Stephanie McMahon just how good she can be.

    *Ted DiBiase finally defeated his losing streak! But he did so by paying off his opponent, and Carlito was only too happy to pocket the cash. DiBiase, who has seemingly refound his winning ways, has vowed to remove Randy Orton from Raw. When the Viper tried to blindside DiBiase after the match, Ted slipped away, leaving Carlito to take the RKO.

    *Triple H and Mr. Kennedy, who have collided frequently recently, met in last week’s main event. Triple H managed to get the victory with a pedigree. Will this finally shut the loudmouth up or will Kennedy come back for more? Jeff Hardy, Paul Burchill, Dolph Ziggler and Santino Marella were also in action and all impressed.

    Joe/Punk II:

    *CM Punk def. Samoa Joe when Joe passed out from a Koji Clutch
    *John Cena def. Kevin Steen to retain the WWE Championship with an Attitude Adjustment on a bed of thumb-tacks.
    *The Hart Dynasty def. Miz & Morrison and Bourne & Mysterio in a triple threat first to two falls match to win the WWE Tag Team Championships
    *Sheamus & Drew McIntyre def. Finlay and Dustin Rhodes
    *Christian def. Daniel Bryan following a Diving Head-butt to retain and retire the ECW Championship
    *Team Ego def. Kane & The Big Show
    *Natalya def. Gail Kim, Melina & Mickie James to retain her Diva’s Championship. She last eliminated Gail Kim with the Sharpshooter

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    Raw
    Bragging Rights





    Family Matters


    After the opening video plays and the pyro goes off Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, Mick Foley and Matt Striker welcome us to a special 3-Hour Raw featuring both Raw and Smackdown Superstars. They hype up tonight’s two main events: Cody Rhodes vs. MVP for the World Title and DX vs. Team Ego!



    The fans go absolutely wild as Bret Hart’s music hits and the Hitman appears on the WWE stage for the first time since 1997. Bret is wearing jeans, a Hart Dynasty shirt and his trademark leather jacket and shades. Every single fan in Toronto is one their feet as Bret makes his way to the ring to address the WWE Universe.

    Cole: I cannot believe what I’m seeing! Bret Hart is back in a WWE Ring!

    Foley: I never thought I would see this day!

    Striker: Now this is how we kick thing off – I am marking the freak out!

    Bret gets into the ring and grabs a microphone but he doesn’t get a chance to speak as the fans are cheering too loudly for him to be heard.

    Hart: You know, to return to the WWE is great, but the only proper way to do this is to do it right here in Canada!

    This only sends the crowd into an even greater frenzy than before – they honestly cannot believe Bret is making an appearance tonight.

    Hart: You know, we all know what went on between myself and the WWE in the past, but I’m not here to talk about the past, we’ll maybe save that for another day. Tonight...tonight is all about the present! When the WWE approached me and asked me to kick off their World Tour, I knew this was the perfect chance for me to come back, to let bygones be bygones and to remind everyone that Bret Hart is the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be!

    A huge Thank You Bret chant breaks out and Hart seems genuinely blown away by the response he’s receiving.

    Hart: Thank-you, really, thank-you. But, like I said, I’m not here tonight to focus on the past – there’s a time and a place for that and this isn’t it. You see, being here in Canada I want us to let the rest of the world know that the best talent in the wrestling world almost universally comes from this great nation. When we look at what great Champions Canada has produced over the years it’s staggering what an impact we’ve made. Chris Jericho, Lance Storm, The King of Harts – Owen Hart, Edge & Christian, Trish Stratus, The Destroyer, Rick Martel, Brian Pillman, Roddy Piper, Buddy Rose, Davey Boy-Smith and the Dynamite Kid, among countless others all came from this fine land! And damn, that’ a legacy to be proud of!

    Bret is really kicking off the World Tour in style – with the fans in Toronto going wild – celebrating their country’s success.

    Hart: And the best thing is that this trend is continuing today. Folks I’m here tonight to kick off the World Tour and I cannot think of a better way to do that than by introducing you all to my favourite wrestlers in the WWE today. I have had many great nights over my career but last night was as good as the best of them as Canada proved its greatness winning both the Diva’s Championship and the WWE Tag Team Championship. Ladies and Gentlemen, please get on your feet for Canada’s own – THE HART DYNASTY!

    The party mood only continues as all three members of the Hart Dynast appear on the stage with their belts around their waists and pink and black confetti falling from the ceiling. The Harts seem overwhelmed by the response from their home-town crowd as they make their way to the ring. They roll in and embrace with Bret before all four raise their arms in celebration.

    Striker: What a moment – Ladies and Gentlemen this image is the perfect showcase of Canada’s proud wrestling heritage – one the greatest WWE Champions of all time passing the torch to the next generation.

    Cole: And we get to see this in action next – Natalya is going to be in action when we return!

    Natalya
    vs. Beth Phoenix

    vs.
    We come back from commercial break and the boys have headed to the back – leaving Natalya in the ring awaiting Beth. The commentator’s remind the fans that this is a Smackdown vs. Raw match and that the winning brand gets a superstar, chosen at random, from the other brand. Beth’s music hits and she gets a decent reaction from the crowd but it’s obvious that Natalya is the favourite in her home country tonight. The two girls shake hands before the match starts – the commentators reminding everyone that Beth is keen to show Stephanie McMahon that the Raw Diva’s can compete as well as those on Smackdown. The match starts pretty evenly with both girls getting a chance to impress and show their strengths. They are very evenly matched and neither one gains momentum for huge periods of the match.

    After a while Natalya whips Beth into the corner. She charges at her but Beth gets an elbow up right into her face. Beth jumps to the second rope and levels Natalya with a double axe handle. She covers Natalya and gets a two-count. Beth waits for Natalya to get to her feet before knocking her straight back down with a short-arm clothesline. Natalya gets up quickly and charges at Beth but Beth lifts her up and over with a big bad body drop. Beth’s building momentum and showing that she can more than hold her own with the Diva’s Champion.

    ???: Can you believe it? IS this for real?

    ???: Tell me about it Lay – we have a huge three hour Raw and we’re all being forced to watch Beth Phoenix.

    The crowd finally know who they want to boo as Michelle McCool and Layla walk onto the stage and down the aisle. Beth glances in their direction but tries to ignore them.

    Layla: I mean – this is a huge night, and of all the Raw Diva’s that could be shining – they pick her?

    McCool: Stephanie McMahon made a huge mistake letting this match take place – especially whenever she could have had Laycool in action.

    Laycool get the better of Beth and she leans over the ropes, telling them to shut up. The distraction was all Natalya needed, however, to recover. Beth turns around and Natalya grabs her and nails her with a picture perfect Fisherman’s Suplex before hooking the leg. Beth was caught off guard and Natalya gets the three count.
    Laycool pretend to be shocked as they retreat to the back, laughing to themselves having cost Beth the match. Natalya seems almost as upset as Beth at the unsporting nature of her win, but like a true champion – she didn’t get distracted and made the most out of the circumstances. Beth is really frustrated but shakes Natalya’s hand anyway and raises her arm in the air. The screen then cuts to the draft graphic as we wait to see which superstar is going to Smackdown – thanks to Natalya’s win.



    Striker: The Ripper is coming to Friday Nights!

    Cole: This is a huge pick for Smackdown. Paul Burchill has been on a roll over as of late and you can just tell he is on the cusp of going to the next level – this move could be just the kick start he needs.

    Backstage


    We cut to the backstage area where Eve Torres is standing by in the locker-room area where the Superstars are watching the show. She manages to find Paul Burchill to get his immediate reaction.



    Eve: Paul, we’ve all just heard the news, as of right now, you are a Smackdown Superstar – what’s your reaction?

    Burchill: Eve, all I’ve ever asked for is an opportunity to show people exactly what I am capable of. Everytime I’ve been given that opportunity – I’ve taken it and I’ve blown people away. Now, I’m going to Smackdown and instead of waiting for opportunities – I’m going to make them for myself. I don’t really care if I’m on Raw or Smackdown – all I care about is getting to the very top of this profession and that’s what I’m going to do.

    Mark Henry vs. Kofi Kingston

    vs.

    The next Smackdown vs. Raw match of the evening sees Smackdown’s Mark Henry do battle against Raw’s Kofi Kingston. Henry has yet to find form on the blue brand but showed how dangerous he can be in some ECW Title matches with Christian. Kofi took Jack Swagger to the limit at Bad Blood for the Intercontinental Championship but just fell short. The fans are definitely behind Kofi in this one as the electrifying superstar pumps them up. Kofi starts things off right, dazzling Henry with fast-paced offence. It doesn’t take too long, however, before Henry swats him like a fly and takes over. Henry grinds Kofi down and show just how dominant he can be. Kofi shows his heart by refusing to give up and keeps battling back, only for Henry to keep knocking him back. The finish comes when Henry makes one mistake, allowing Kofi the opportunity he needs to nail the big man with Trouble in Paradise for the 1,2,3.
    Kofi celebrates the big win, getting Raw’ first win of the night and gaining them a draft pick.



    Striker: No Way! The Miz is going to Raw!

    Foley: I guess last night really was Miz and Morrison’s last shot at being tag champions!

    Backstage


    We cut to Byron Saxton backstage in the locker-room area as he tries to find the Miz and get his reaction.

    Saxton: Miz, Miz – you’ve just been drafted from Smackdown to Raw – not just changing your brand, but effectively ending your tag team with John Morrison – what’s your reaction?

    Miz: Byron – what makes you think after last night I even wanted to team with John Morrison again anyway? Did you not see him cost us the tag team championships yet again? No – this...this is perfect – The Miz was made for live TV – he was made for Monday Night Raw – this is huge Byron, mark my words.

    We then cut backstage to Stephanie McMahon’s office where Beth Phoenix is waiting to see the GM. Stephanie calls her in.

    Phoenix: Steph, you saw that match out there, I more then held my own and it it wasn’t for Laycool-

    McMahon: You’re right Beth, I saw the match so I don’t need you to tell me what happened. I called you here to show you something.

    Steph reaches underneath the desk and pulls out the women’s championship. Beth’s face lights up.

    McMahon: Slowly but surely, you’re starting to impress me Beth and so I’m going to give you one last chance to prove yourself. At Survivor Series you need to get yourself a team together. I’ve talked to Vickie Guerrero and she’ll be getting a Smackdown team. If your Raw team can win against Smackdown’s, then we’ll be bringing back the Women’s Championship on Raw – now get out of here and go and find some partners.
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    I feel tensions rising...

    The fans go absolutely wild as Randy Orton’s music hits and The Viper makes his way to the ring – dressed for action. Nothing has changed about Orton lately. He doesn’t slap hands with the fans, he doesn’t always do the right thing – but for whatever reason he has the complete support of the WWE Universe – what a turnaround. He grabs a microphone.

    Orton: Let’s cut to the chase – I’m here, right now, to call out Ted DiBiase.

    The fans roar in approval.

    Orton: Ted, you want to play your little commercials about removing me from Raw? You want to attack me from behind? Fine – I taught you how you to fight dirty, but there comes a time when you have to back it all up – so be a man, come out here and fight me face to face!

    RKO! RKO! RKO! RKO!

    Orton: C’mon Ted I know you can hear me – get your ass out here!



    The mood instantly turns sour as Ted DiBiase’s new music hits and he makes his way to the stage. Unfortunately for Orton, DiBiase isn’t dressed for action – he’s suited up and has a huge smile to match. He doesn’t venture any further than the stage, keen to keep his distance from Orton.

    DiBiase: Randy, Randy, Randy. When are you going to realise that it isn’t all about you? You see, despite the fact that I beat you at Summer Slam for the Undisputed Championship – the focus still remained on you. Despite the fact that I was the conquering hero – these fans cheered you! Well guess what, I don’t have to sit and take it. You see with all of my resources at my disposal – I don’t have to come down their tonight and fight you until it suits me. I don’t need to posture and pose and I don’t need to gain the approval of anyone. What I-

    Orton: Please, do us all a favour and shut the hell up!

    The fans are glad that somebody shut him up

    Orton: We get it, we all get it – you’re loaded and you’re going to do whatever you want. Ted DiBiase all the money in the world will be of no help once I kick you in the skull! You see...

    Orton’s mic stops working. He throws it down and goes to get another. IT doesn’t work either. Ted DiBiase is watching on from the stage laughing.

    DiBiase: As I was saying, with my resources I can do what I want. I can even pay off the sound guys to cut your mic.

    The crowd boo DiBiase as he just smiles and enjoys it. Orton is seething in the ring.

    DiBiase: Now, I knew you’d be in a fighting mood tonight and...this is crucial Randy so listen up...I am going to fight you, just not tonight. No, I’m biding my time – what is it you taught me? Wait for the perfect moment to strike? However, because I’m such a generous guy, I have paid for you to have a match tonight. This match wasn’t scheduled to happen, but I’m paying for it to happen – that’s just the type of guy I am Randy. So please, let out of all your aggression, do your angry Randy thing, but remember this – I am coming for you and when I get there, I will remove you from Monday Night Raw for good.

    DiBiase’s walks to the back as Carlito’s music hits and the Caribbean Superstar makes his way to the ring to earn a quick buck.

    vs.

    Carlito gets into the ring and Orton takes him down with a clothesline straight away. Carlito pops up and runs at Orton but Orton catches him with a scoop-slam. Carlito stumbles to his feet, Orton stalks him and takes him back down with an Angle Slam. Carlito crawls to the apron, probably regretting ever talking to Ted DiBiase. Orton grabs Carlito by the hair and pulls him through the top and second ropes, his feet resting on the ropes, before dropping him with a DDT. Orton has a crazed look on his face as he drops to the mat and slithers in anticipation. Carlito very slowly gets to his feet and Orton follows him. Carlitos’ up RKO! Orton doesn’t go for the pin, however. He backs up and punts Carlito right in the head. He covers him – 1-2-3!
    King: I hope Ted DiBiase knows what he’s getting into here with Randy Orton – what just happened to Carlito could very well happen to him next.

    John Morrison vs. ???


    After returning from commercial John Morrison makes his way to the ring representing Smackdown in another Bragging Rights match-up. Morrison is still hurting from the ferocious match-up last night for the tag team titles. After his partner, The Miz, was drafted to Raw earlier in the evening, a victory here for Morrison would help kick-start his singles career.



    Cole: Oh my!

    Striker: I have to hand it to Stephanie McMahon – that’s a great move – John Morrison would not have been expecting this.

    vs.

    Morrison was definitely caught off guard, and so were the WWE fans – not sure who to cheer for. The Miz is ready to prove himself, however, and goes straight to work against Morrison. He strikes him a few times before whipping him into the ropes. Morrison bounces back off and meets Miz with a drop-kick. Miz gets to his feet and Morrison springboards off the ropes and kicks The Miz in the face – getting a two count. They go back and forth like this for a while before The Miz throws Morrison shoulder first into the ring post and begins to dominate. Miz wears Morrison down, taking out any frustration he may have had against his former partner. Eventually he stalks him, waiting for him to get up. Morrison gets to his feet and Miz locks in a full nelson, going for the Skull Crushing Finale. Morrison reverses it, however, and rolls Miz up for a two count. Morrison starts to build momentum and manages to nail The Miz with a moonlight drive. Morrison drags Miz to the corner before jumping up and going for Star-ship Pain. Morrison corkscrews and comes down on top of Miz but The Miz gets his knees up and drives them into Morrison’s gut. Morrison is in agony. The Miz capitalises and gets him in a full nelson, this time successfully delivering the Skull Crushing Finale and winning the match.
    Cole: And The Miz makes the perfect start to his Raw career!

    The Miz is ecstatic and celebrates like he just won the lottery before the draft animation appears on the screen.



    King: Well that’s...anticlimatic.

    Irish Curse

    We return from commercial and Hornswoggle is in the ring firing t-shirts into the crowd. Hornswoggle has been out injured since the first ECW of the Civil War and the fans in Toronto seem happy to see the little man back. He fires his last t-shirt and looks set to head to the back.



    Boos fill the arena as Kevin Steen makes his way to the ring. He’s clearly in pain from his brutal Street Fight against John Cena. Steen is in a foul mood.

    Steen: You look happy Horny!!!

    Steen backs Hornswoggle into the corner and he looks absolutely terrified.

    Steen: I bet you thought this would be a nice simple return for you...didn’t you? You thought that you’d fire out some t-shirts, get some cheers and make...everyone...happy. Hornswoggle, I’m not very happy. My plans didn’t come to fruition. People have yet to see me when I’m unhappy.

    The crowd gasp in shock as Kevin Steen kicks Hornswoggle straight in the face, knowing the pint-sized superstar out cold.

    King: This is ridiculous. What has Hornswoggle ever done to Kevin Steen.

    Steen drags Hornswoggle into the middle of the ring and stands over him. He picks him up off the mat and looks to take out his frustration further until the fans let out a huge cheer as John Cena bursts through the curtain and sprints down the aisle. Steen quickly drops Hornswoggle and rolls out of the ring as Cena rolls in. Steen backs up the aisle as Cena checks on Hornswoggle.

    Foley: Well thank God John Cena got out here. I know where Steen’s coming from, I know how frustrated he feels – but he can’t just take it out on whoever he likes.

    Striker: I think this is one comeback Hornswoggle will want to forget.

    The All-American Intercontinental Challenge

    As Cena helps Hornswoggle to the pack, Jack Swagger’s music hits and the All-American American Intercontinental Champion makes his way to the ring with a huge grin on his face and an American flag in tow, much to Toronto’s annoyance.

    Swagger: Toronto, Toronto – please be upstanding for your All-American American Intercontinental Champion!

    Swagger holds out his arms, the American Flag in one hand, the IC Title in the other. Canada makes sure that Swagger knows they aren’t big fans.

    Swagger: It is both and honour and a privilege to be here in Canada, America’s runt brother! Being in Canada always fills me with pride – pride about being American and not just wishing I was American!

    Swagger has the fans eating out of his hands – they really hate him and he really loves it.

    Swagger: I arrived here last night and when I checked into my hotel I visited the bar for a relaxing cocktail. Unfortunately, I accidentally spilled my drink onto one of your country-men. Now of course, if I had done this in a bar filled with men, there may have been an altercation. Thankfully, I did it in Canada – so the coward apologised to me and avoided conflict at any cost – a trued Canadian!

    A huge CA-NA-DA! CA-NA-DA! Chant breaks out. Swagger just waves his American Flag, getting the crowd angrier and angrier.

    Swagger: The best thing about being in Canada tonight, however, is I know how proud all of you are of you All-American American Intercontinental Champion and it is my honour to be here tonight to defend my championship in front of you. I am proving beyond all doubt that I truly deserve to be Intercontinental Champion by beating all comers from around the world – so let’s see what Canada has to offer.

    The crowd start cheering straight away when Bret Hart appears again on the screen. Swagger doesn’t look too pleased.

    Hart: Jack Swagger, part of me being here tonight to kick off the WWE’s world tour was finding you an opponent for tonight. I love the Intercontinental Championship – it’s a belt that made me into a true star, so I scoured the world to find the best Canadian Wrestler not signed to a WWE contract to challenge you tonight. My man has wrestled around the world winning numerous championships and accolades. He’s one of the hottest free agents around and makes me proud to be Canadian. Please, Canada, put your hands together...for Kenny Omega!!!

    The crowd go wild as Kenny Omega comes out to Bret Hart’s music. Of course, anyone Canadian with a chance to shut Swagger up would have gotten a similar reaction but Omega is pumped all the same. He’s wearing red and white trunks and slaps hands with the fans on his way down to the ring.



    Swagger places the American Flag in the corner of the ring before handing his belt over to the referee. The referee raises it in the air and rings the bell. Swagger reaches his arm out to shake Omega’s hand. Omega goes to take it but Swagger drops to the mat and starts doing push-ups instead. Omega smiles it off as Swagger gets to his feet, not rising to the champion’s provocation. He waits for Swagger and the two lock up. Omega shows his credentials as he outwrestles Swagger and eventually rolls him up, getting a two count. Swagger is furious. He lunges at Omega but Omega counters into a suplex, picking up another two-count. Omega starts to build momentum and the Canadian crowd are going wild. Omega has Swagger down on the mat and backs himself into the corner. He holds his hands as if he’s holding something he cannot contain. Swagger stumbles to his feet and Omega releases whatever he was ‘containing’ and screams ‘HADOUKEN!’. Swagger stares at Omega with his faced screwed up before kicking him straight in the face. Omega stumbles to his feet and Swagger grabs him, yanks him up and slams him down with the gut-wrench powerbomb. 1-2-3.
    Foley: Well...I don’t really know what Omega was planning there – but it certainly cost him the match!

    Swagger goes wild, celebrating with the American Flag as if he had just won Olympic Gold. He yells ‘USA 1 – Rest of the world –ZEE-ROOOO!’’

    Backstage

    Cole: We’re going to head backstage now to Smackdown’s Byron Saxton!

    Saxton: Thank you guys, it’s a pleasure to be here. Now – please join me in welcoming my guest at this time – The World Heavyweight Champion – Cody Rhodes!



    Saxton: Cody in just a few moments you will be defending your World Title against MVP. How do-

    Rhodes puts his hand over Saxton’s mouth, cutting him short.

    Rhodes: Welcome to Raw Byron – now get out of here and let the real star do the talking. In just a matter of moments I will be defending my World Heavyweight Championship against M.V.P. That’s right MVP is getting a World Title Shot. A man who has blown opportunity after opportunity after opportunity is getting...yet another opportunity. Well guess what – it doesn’t matter how many chances he gets – this Championship is going nowhere. What you’re about to see is why I am so much better than M.V.P. Whereas he is nothing more than another contender – a face in the crowd if you will – I am the uncommon son of a common man who was quite simply Born Better. And so I have every advantage I need going into this match tonight. At Bad Blood I emerged as the true star of Legacy when I defeated DiBiase and Orton. Tonight I defeat M.V.P. that I’m not just the star of Legacy – but the true star of Monday Night Raw and the man that truly deserves to be World Heavyweight Champion.

    World Heavyweight Championship
    Cody Rhodes vs. MVP


    MVP makes his way out to the ring first to a great reaction from the WWE Universe. MVP knows how much this means to him and how he cannot afford to blow another chance at the big one.

    Cole: MVP has won the US Title and the Intercontinental Title this year. He’s won Money in the Bank, but every time he’s gone for the big one, every chance he’s had – he’s fallen just short.

    Foley: You know I was in the same boat as MVP for a long time. It took me quite a while to finally win the top championship and it really plays on your mind. You keep doubting yourself and wondering if you really have what it takes or not to be at the very top of the sport.

    Cody Rhodes come out next with dark green trunks, white boots, no knee pads and a big gold belt around his waist. No one looks like they enjoy being Champion as much as Cody Rhodes does. He struts to the ring, brimming full of confidence and ready to defend his belt.

    King: You know, as much as I dislike Cody Rhodes as a man – he is starting to impress me as a champion. That title means a lot to him and I think that’s so important.

    vs.

    World Heavyweight Championship

    MVP takes the fight to Rhodes as soon as the bell rings, making the match a really hard-hitting encounter. Cody struggles to keep up with Porter’s strong-style at the start, almost dazing Rhodes with his strikes and kicks. Porter shows just how strong his arsenal is, by wearing Rhodes down with strikes before softening him up with suplexes. Rhodes is the champion for a reason, however, and he soon starts reversing his attacks before gaining momentum and going onto the offensive himself.

    After taking MVP down with a Russian Leg Sweep, he bounces off the ropes and leaps up, and comes crashing down, driving his knee into MVP’s skull. He covers him and gets a two-count. Cody continues to wear Porter down but there’s too much fight in the Ballin’ Superstar. Cody has Porter backed in the corner and zips open his ring gear. He pulls back before chopping Porter’s bare chest as hard as he can. MVP lets out a yell but when Cody goes to do it again, MVP blocks him. Cody goes to striker MVP with his other hand but MVP blocks it too before kicking Cody in the gut. He gets out of the corner and throws Cody in before chopping him hard and fast multiple times in the chest. Rhodes scurries away but MVP goes after him. His hooks his arms around Rhodes’ waist and nails three perfect German Suplexes. MVP then drags his thumb across his throat getting a cheer from the Canadian crowd. He bounces off the ring and has the crowd along for the ride as he nails a Ballin’ Elbow Drop. He covers MVP...1...2...Cody grabs the bottom rope.

    MVP is all fired up and Cody Rhodes is running out of options. Cody slowly gets to his feet as MVP runs at him and lunges with a drive-by kick. Cody ducks it just in time, however, and when MVP turns around, Cody nails him with a low drop-kick, sending both superstars to the mat. They both get up and Cody whips MVP into the ropes. MVP grabs the top rope to stop his momentum. He then charges at Cody but Rhodes hoists him up into position for the Alabama Slam. Just before Cody can hit it, however, MVP rolls over, reversing it into a modified sunset flip. The referee starts to count but Cody pushes with his legs, changing the balance, and reverses it into a pinning combination of his own. MVP kicks out at two, rolls backwards and kicks Cody in the face before he can get to his feet. The fans are going wild as MVP covers the Champion.

    1...2...CODY JUST GETS A SHOULDER UP!!!

    MVP is in shock that Rhodes kicked out but he doesn’t let it get to him. He backs into the corner and waits for Cody to get to his feet. The fans are entirely behind him and as Rhodes gets up MVP runs to hit the 305, but Rhodes holds onto the top rope and MVP just falls to the mat. Cody quickly rolls him up and gets his foot on the ropes for support.

    1...2...MVP KICKS OUT!!!

    They both get to their feet. Rhodes kicks MVP in the gut before grabbing him and putting him into position for the CrossRhodes. MVP breaks free, however, kicks Cody in the gut and gets him into position for the Playmaker. Cody, however, struggle, causing MVP to bump into the referee. With the ref distracted, Cody kicks his leg back, right between Porter’s legs. This gives him just the chance he needs to get him into position and nail CrossRhodes. He covers him. 1...2...3. Cody Rhodes is still the World Heavyweight Champion.
    Cole: Dammit Cody Rhodes stole the victory!

    Striker: You say stole, Cody would say engineered – that’s the type of move you have to pull to keep your title belt.

    Cody rolls out of the ring and grabs his belt, embracing it as if it’s his child. He backs up the ramp, not letting go, so happy to still be champion. MVP, meanwhile, comes to in the ring and realises he has once again failed to capture the big one. He sits on his knees in the ring, utterly dejected.

    Foley: You have to feel sorry for MVP though. He put up such a fight and Rhodes just took away any chance he had of a hard-fought victory.

    King: You know, I’ve been in the same position as MVP and it sucks, but I’ve also been in the same position as Cody Rhodes, so I can’t condemn him either. It’s only cheating if you get caught.

    The fans cheer MVP for his valiant effort anyway.
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    Backstage

    We go to the backstage area where Eve Torres is standing by with Matt Hardy:



    Eve: Matt, we all saw last week as your brother Jeff made it clear that he wants no part of a Hardy Boys reunion. How does that make you feel?

    Matt: You know Eve, Jeff was exactly right. He’s a former WWE Champion, I’m a former ECW Champion – if either of us are going to further our careers and win the World Heavyweight Championship then now is the time and we cannot do that as a tag team. I’m totally on board.

    Eve: Up next, however, you guys are teaming up, with Santino Marella, to take on the Motor City Machine Guns and Christian in a Raw vs. Smackdown match – will you ever be able to lose the stigma of being The Hardy Boyz rather than Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy?

    Matt: Just because we’re focusing on ourselves doesn’t mean that we have to be ashamed of our past Eve, you know what I mean. Plus – this is Matt Hardy teaming with Santino Marella teaming with Jeff Hardy – it’s three separate wrestlers representing their brand. No, from now on, Matt and I are brothers and we love each other, but he’s right – we’ve gotta focus on ourselves.

    We then cut to William Regal’s office.



    There’s a knock at the door and in come Edge and Chris Jericho.



    Regal: Gentlemen, what can I do for you?

    Jericho: You know that’s a very pertinent question William and actually one that we came here hoping you’d ask. You see, Team EGO have done so much for you – we figure it’s only fitting that you do something for us.

    Regal: Is that right?

    Edge: Yeah, you’re damn right it is. Team EGO have single-handedly put your Tag Team Division on the map. Break down the ratings – and you’ll see Smackdown’s success comes totally down to us. Then last night at Joe/Punk II we proved just how dominant a tag team we are when we defeated Kane and The Big Show. Then tonight, we’re going to go out there and beat DX – proving Smackdown’s brand supremacy.

    Regal: Well, despite a few exaggerations, I have to admit, you have been impressive, so waht do you want from me.

    Jericho: All we want is what we deserve. We want you to name us the Number One Contender’s to the WWE Tag Team Championships.

    Regal: Well gentlemen you’re lucky I’m feeling in such a generous mood this evening. Now, I can’t jsut make the decision straight away, but if you go out tonight and defeat DX – then you’ll get a title shot at Survivor Series.

    Edge and Jericho instantly look delighted.

    Regal: But boys, fail to win, and you’ll go right to the back of the line.

    Their smiles instantly disappear as Regal grins at them before shooing them out of his office.

    The Motor City Machine Guns & Christian vs. The Hardy Boys & Santino Marella

    vs.

    We return from commercial and Christian’s music hits, sending the fans into frenzy as the last ever ECW Champion comes out to a great reaction, with Shelley and Sabin following behind him. Matt Hardy comes out next, followed by Santino Marella and finally Jeff Hardy. The match is fast-paced as anyone would expect it to be with all six men getting an opportunity to shine. Santino seemed a little out of his depth at times, but more than pulled his weight. The Machine Guns, making their first ever appearance on Monday Nights, dazzle, showing the entire WWE Universe what a great tag team they are and how the future of tag team wrestling is in safe hands. Their eagerness to impress, however, backfires, and when they try for a high-risk manoeuvre to the outside to Santino they end up crashing and burning. This leaves Matt Hardy in the ring to nail Christian with a Twist of Fate. Before he can go for the pin, however, Jeff tags himself in, goes to the top rope and nails a Swanton Bomb on Christian to pick up the 123 for his team and for Raw.
    Matt seems a little annoyed by Jeff stealing the tag but shrugs it off and raises his brother’s hand in victory anyway as they await to see who they get in the random draft.



    Striker: Ha ha – what a block-buster move.

    King: Folks, this is the biggest draft pick since Cena came to Raw in 2005 – well that and Eve to Smackdown earlier on!

    Cole: We have one more commercial break left before out huge main event.

    Team Ego vs. D-Generation X


    vs.

    The fans go wild as Shawn Michaels & Triple H bound to the ring for the deciding match to see which brand gets Bragging Rights – Raw or Smackdown. Triple H, who will be leading a team at Survivor Series alongside HBK seems pumped and ready to go but HBK seems a little weary. He gets his game face on, however, when Team EGO’s music hits and Edge and Jericho make their way to the ring. Both star-studded tag teams have a lot to prove and EGO have the extra incentive of a tag title shot. Things start of slowly but it doesn’t take long for DX to get the advantage, frustrating Team Ego. DX show their vast experience as a team together and spend the first part of the match showing how well they can work as a unit, making quick tags and showing off their double-team moves. Eventually Team Ego get a small window of opportunity and they take it, isolating Triple H from Shawn Michaels and wearing him down. Triple H is down and out and Edge and Jericho show little signs of relenting. Eventually, however, Triple H reverses a big move and starts to crawl across the ring to HBK. As he starts to crawl, however, Ezekiel Jackson walks out onto the stage in a black suit, holding a black bible and a microphone.

    Jackson: And I will plead against him with pestilence and with blood; and I will rain upon him and upon his bands, and upon the many people that are with him, an overflowing rain, and great hailstones, fire and brimstone. Thus saith the Book of Ezekiel.

    Michaels has heard enough and jumps off the apron and chases after Jackson. Jackson disappears through the curtain and Michaels runs after him. Triple H, meanwhile, reaches his corner, but HBK is long gone. Triple H uses the ropes to pull himself to his feet but when he turns around, Edge meets him with a spear. Jericho bounces off the ropes with a lionsault. He hooks the leg, 123 – Smackdown wins Bragging Rights!
    The camera quickly moves to the backstage area where Shawn Michaels is looking around for Big Zeke but he can’t find him anywhere. Michaels looks totally exacerbated. We then go back to the ring where Edge and Jericho couldn’t care less about Michaels and are celebrating their big win. The draft animation then plays as we wait to see who’s going to Samckdown.



    Foley: Now that’s more like it! Kofi Kingston is going to Smackdown!

    Edge and Jericho seem unfazed in the ring and they ignore the draft and just keep on celebrating. They seem surprised when the fans boos turn to cheers. That’s because they failed to see Kofi Kingston come through the crowd. He sneaks into the ring and climbs to the top rope. Jericho and Edge turn around just in time to see Kofi Kingston coming flying at them with a huge cross-body, taking out both superstars. Kofi slides out of the ring and celebrates with the fans on the ramp as his music plays to close the show.

    Striker: And that’s how you make an impact! Smackdown have won Bragging Rights and Kofi Kingston has won instant acclaim as he moves to Friday Nights!

    Cole: What a night we’ve had folks! Thank-you for joining us and we will see you back here next week!


    ** I don’t think this was quite up to my usual standards but I’m just happy to get it done. First show post-ppv was always going to be tough to get through. Anywho, that’s the clustery stuff done, now we can move on to ppv build proper. I’m looking forward to Survivor Series and hopefully have some cool stuff planned. As always comments and reviews are welcomed.**

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    So it’s been awhile, but I’m back to doing what I like doing. Reviewing. And I still got my rhyming skills. Holla. Anyways, let’s hope my first show reviewing in awhile is a good one. Like you reviewed my RAW, I’ll review your show. I see it’ll be about drafting. Well, it better be good. It’s review time. *clears throat* SHOW NO FEAR, THE KID IS HERE!

    Yeah, I should totally say that when I walk into a scene on an emergency.
    Bret Hart comes out and the place goes nuts, because it’s Canada. A great promo, honestly. It was basic, but it did the job it had to do. It got Canada going nuts. Him naming all the Canadian wrestling greats was perfect. They loved it and I did, too. The Hart Family celebration was gay, but whatever, it worked. Canada already jizzed themselves, so now they did twice. Good enough for me.

    Natalya beats Beth, wow, that didn’t change my hate for divas in Fan Fic. I’m so Muslim, they’re only good for managing. I, however, get the feel good moment for Canada. However, a shitty way to end it. Natalya cheating to win in her home country equals boo.

    Birchill gets drafted, talks about what he’s going to do, blah.

    Kofi wins, blah blah.

    Miz drafted to RAW, the tag team is split. Now that is interesting as I know you said your thing about putting him with Maryse and now this is the opportunity.

    Divas…. RAH~!

    Dibiase/Orton promo. Dibiase owned. I absolutely love the fact that he owned Orton using money. Cutting the mic off was absolutely priceless. You should’ve added the fact that he told the guys in the back that if Orton gets out of control and doesn’t allow him to make his point to cut it, so they did. Regardless, I love it. I love the fact that Orton taught him everything and Dibiase added all that knowledge with money and has become so powerful that it’s killing Orton inside.

    Dibiase must’ve paid dirt cheap for the opponent, because it’s Carlito and Orton crushed him. I love it and I get it. This feud is awesome. Aggression versus money. Awesome.

    Miz beating Morrison. Awesome. His promises from his earlier promo post draft have come true and this is the true beginning of the rise of The Awesome One.

    Diva draft. BOO!

    Hornswoggle firing shirts and being interrupted, where’d I see that before? Wait, I did. Now that’s the TRUTH. Steen comes out, he’s ready to destroy him and this time, nearly similar, Cena makes the save. However, Hornswoggle is semi okay. I hate Hornswoggle.

    Jack Swagger owns Canada and I really loved the promo. It worked perfectly. Bret’s opponent is Omega. Really? Really? Really?! REALLY!? Boo. Way to get the crowd excited, you should’ve had it be someone big and bad ass. Not this nobody, Omega. Swagger wins, good.

    Cody Rhodes promo was decent, except for this one line that owned. “The uncommon son of a common man.” That was awesome. The rant of MVP getting opportunities was also good. Everything else was explanation of why he is good and whatever. It did the job, but without those 2 lines, it would’ve been way too bland. I did like it.

    Cody defeats MVP in what was a fun match. Him cheating was a good way to win and Striker saying it was engineering made it a thousand times better. Your wording is really good when it comes to speaking.

    Matt’s promo is too happy go lucky to not turn into a screw job. I smell it.

    Jericho/Edge/Regal was fun. Canada is going to jizz themselves for the tag match, cheering the Canadians and hating DX. That will be a load of fun. Load and jizz in the same paragraph, so cheesy D-X like.

    Jeff tags himself in on Matt Hardy. My nostrils are burning. Could the feud happen?! Most likely.

    That’s Abraham Washington right? Bleh.

    Jericho/Edge win in awesome fashion. This is the first I’m seeing of Zeke in your fed and this feud with HBK is absolutely awesome looking. I love it. WP & you are absolutely awesome at getting HBK into fresh feuds with new guys that he has never feuded with. I love it.

    Kofi drafted, couldn’t care less for the draft since I don’t know much about your fed.

    Jericho/Edge are getting booed in Canada?! What am I missing?! Kofi attacks them and he’s the good guy in freeken Canada?! WTF?!

    Anyways, the ending was confusing as fuck. Stupid Canadians. I have to say I LOVE your promos. I am seriously so proud of you and what you’ve accomplished in Fan Fic after being tagged as the Marty Jannety of the group. You proved to be your own man and an awesome fucking writer. My only complaints are opinionated complaints such as divas and me not really knowing/caring for Steen, Washington & Omega…. And dumb Canadians and their dumb choices. Your promos are what steals the show. You had decent ones at worst and some awesome ones. I am very happy. I jizz for Miz, so you doing right by him does right by me. Dibiase is my favorite character in your fed and the feud with Orton & him is my favorite right now. Second place is Zeke/Michaels and nothing really even went down there. I loved it, though. I will be reading and will gladly follow you while you follow me and we can motivate the fuck out of each other and possibly compete in “possible” Hardy Boyz feuds. Great job. No grades, numbers don’t really mean shit around here anymore.

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    Previously on WWE Legacy:



    *At the first Smackdown only pay-per-view of the year Samoa Joe and CM Punk finally had their long-anticipated rematch. Both men went all out to prove who was the better man but it was CM Punk who emerged victorious after locking in the Koji Clutch and not letting go, making Joe pass out. Has this rivalry finally come to an end? Will either man be happy to leave the score at one a piece?

    *No one has better a quick impact as strongly this year than Kevin Steen. Emerging just after Summer Slam, Steen aimed high – gunning straight for the WWE Champion – John Cena. At Joe/Punk II Steen and Cena battled in a vicious street fight but the Champion emerged victorious after an Attitude Adjustment onto Steen’s own thumbtacks. Will a new challenger emerge or will Steen not take this victory lying down?

    [COLOR="Blue"]*In a huge two out of three falls match for the WWE Tag Team Championships The Hart Dynasty over came both The Miz and John Morrison and Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne. Then on Raw, after defeating Kane and The Big Show at the ppv, Team EGO bested DX to win the number one contendership. Will The Harts be able to hold onto their newly won championships or will the vast championship winning experience of Edge and Chris Jericho prove too much for them?[/ COLOR]

    *Natalya proved her own Championship credentials by winning a huge four-way elimination match at the pay-per-view, defeating Mickie James, Melina and Gail Kim. She cannot afford to rest now, however, as the Diva’s Championship Belt is a huge target on her back and every Diva on Smackdown will be coming after her.

    *Christian and Daniel Bryan put on one of the best matches of the night at Joe/Punk II as they retired the ECW Championship in style. They both went all out but Christian proved just how much being champion meant to him and battled through to get the victory. Surely this will only rocket him up the rankings on the blue brand?

    *Smackdown won Bragging Rights on Raw Monday Night and as a result have acquired Paul Burchill, Eve Torres and Kofi Kingston in the process. They also have lost The Miz and Byron Saxton to Raw. What impact will these new draftees have on Friday Nights?

    *Sheamus and Drew McIntyre impressed at the pay-per-view picking up the win over Finlay and Dustin Rhodes in the most convincing match of the night. What’s next for William Regal’s dangerous duo?


    Smackdown
    Oh! Canada!




    Grisham: Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to Friday Night Smackdown, live from Montreal Canada! I’m Todd Grisham alongside Mick Foley and Matt Striker and we have a huge show in store for you tonight following Joe/Punk II!

    Striker: That’s right Todd – we have some great matches lined up tonight. First of all the Diva’s will be in action in a huge battle royal to determine a new number on contender for Natalya’s Diva’s Championship.

    Foley: And of course guys, the newest member of the Smackdown roster, Kofi Kingston will be hoping to make a splash as he takes on Mark Henry again tonight.

    This Fire Burns...Always




    The arena fills with boos as the most hated man in the WWE makes his way to the ring. CM Punk shocked the WWE Universe when he defeated Samoa Joe in Sunday’s main event and he couldn’t look happier. He argues with the fans on his way to the ring, yelling ‘If I sucked how come I made Joe pass out?’ He rolls into the ring and climbs to the second rope, holding out his arms and soaking in the boos from the audience. He grabs a microphone.

    Punk: I guess that’s exactly the type of backwards reaction I should expect from such a backwards country like Canada!

    Punk smirks as the boos intensify. He knows exactly what he’s doing.

    Punk: Yeah, that’s right – keep it coming. Boo the man you should be cheering. Boo the man who put on the performance of the year on Sunday night. Show the rest of the world what idiots you all are by booing the man who you should be worshipping!

    Punk seems a little angry at the fans response but he’s obviously in too good of a mood to let it get to him and he keeps smiling, laughing it off.

    Punk: I mean, you all saw Joe/Punk II right? You all saw how when everyone thought I was down and out I locked in a Koji Clutch and didn’t let do until Samoa Joe was unconscious? You saw that right?

    Striker: These fans can boo CM Punk all night but he has a point – what he did on Sunday Night was damn impressive.

    Punk: On Sunday Night I proved to everyone that I am the best wrestler in the WWE...bar none. And as the best wrestler in the WWE it’s about time I had the championship to prove it. When I moved to ECW earlier in the year I made a promise that I would become ECW Champion and I did. Right now – I’m am going to promise to you all that I will be WWE Champion before the year is out – that is a guarantee. And so William Regal, I think it’s only fair that following my performance Sunday – you come out here and rightfully name me number one contender.



    The roof nearly blows off the arena as Canada’s own Captain Charisma, Christian, makes his way to the ring. One of the most popular Superstar’s in the WWE anyway, Christian gets a deafening reaction from his home country as he interrupts Punk.

    Christian: Damn it feels good to hear that reaction from my Canadian Peeps!

    CHRISTIAN! CHRISTIAN! CHRISTIAN! CHRISTIAN!

    Christian: Now...CM Punk. Before anyone gets named number one contender I think it’s important to remember that you are not the only man who put on a big performance on Sunday. No, you see on Sunday I defeated Daniel Bryan to retire the ECW Championship – the same ECW Championship that I defeated you to win. So the way I see it, if anyway deserves a shot at John Cena’s WWE Championship it’s me.

    The fans roar in approval as Punk looks disgusted at being interrupted.



    The crowd is divided as the next man makes his way to the ring. Kevin Steen is from Quebec and so some fans cheer for him as he makes his way down the aisle, in a foul mood.

    Steen: This has to be one of the worst weeks in my life. First of all I’m forced to come back to this hell-hole of a country, where I couldn’t wait to get out of...

    [/i]The crowd isn’t divided anymore – the boos flow in for Steen.[/i]

    Steen: And then I arrive and you guys are out here arguing about who gets a shot at Cena. Well guess what, I have the answer – none of you do – I came this close to beating Cena on Sunday and we all know that if we get one more match then I’m going to take the WWE Championship. Until then you two and anyone else in the locker room can take a number and wait at the back of a line.

    Punk: Oh is that so?

    Steen: Yeah it is – do you have a problem with that?



    The fans go wild again as the WWE Champion, John Cena, bursts through the curtain, with his title around his waist.

    Cena: Now I’m gonna get to you three in just a second, but before I do I’ve got something I need to say...THE CHAMP...IS...HERE!!!

    The crowd let John know they’re right behind him.

    Cena: Now...to the matter at hand. Who should face me next for the WWE Championship?

    The fans make it clear who their choice is as they chant for Christian. He points to the crowd, acknowledging their support.

    Cena: Now, I think all three of you make pretty good cases. CM Punk, Christian, both of y’all went out on Sunday and did your thing damn well and I know you’d put up a damn good fight. Kevin Steen – you’re right, you were this close to beating me on Sunday, so I would have no problem facing you again to prove that I deserve to hold this belt. So as far as I’m concerned...



    William Regal slowly makes his way to the stage, looking at all four men with complete disdain.

    Regal: Thankfully John it doesn’t matter what you think because I make the decisions around here. Now – as for the number one contendership for the WWE Championship. Well first of all CM Punk I can tell you that you will not be named number one contender. You see the board of directors were so pleased with the response to Joe/Punk II that they have asked me to make a Team CM Punk vs. Team Samoa Joe match for Survivor Series. Now, I know you think that’s probably a tad unfair but alas, should your team win at Survivor Series – then you will become the number one contender. Now, as for you two, you both make pretty god arguments but neither argument is entirely convincing. So I see only one way we can settle this tonight. Our main event this evening will see Kevin Steen facing off against Christian and the winner will face John Cena for the WWE Championship at Survivor Series! Now I suggest you go get ready for your match.

    The Motor City Machine Guns vs. The Hart Dynasty


    vs.

    The Motor City Machine Guns come out to a good reaction from the Montreal crowd. After making a good start to their WWE careers as part of Paul Heyman’s New Superstar Initiative, The Guns have come to Smackdown looking to make a bang. They’ve impressed in spurts as a tag team but also in singles competition in the ECW Championship Scene. The reaction the Guns got, however, seems tiny compared to the ovation that the Hart Dynasty get from their home nation. Just like on Monday Night Kidd and Smith are overwhelmed by the support of the WWE Universe. Although the tag team titles aren’t on the line here – a win for the Machine Guns would propel them towards contendership.

    Alex Shelley and Tyson Kidd start things off, with Kidd clapping his hands together to get the crowd into the match. They lock up and seem evenly matched in terms of strength. Shelley manages to get Kidd into a side headlock and they start exchanging holds in a series of chain wrestling. Eventually they wrestle to a stalemate and the crowd applaud in appreciation. The match continues in this fashion with plenty of tags and fast-paced action. Eventually it comes down to Chris Sabin and Tyson Kidd. Sabin manages to hoist Kidd up for the Cradle Shock but Kidd wriggles out. He goes to kick Sabin in the face but Sabin catches his leg. Kidd hops around before leaping up and nailing Sabin with an enziguri. He grabs his legs and goes to lock in the Sharp Shooter. Alex Shelley bursts through the ropes but David Hart Smith is ready and clotheslines him out of the ring. Kidd locks in the Sharp Shooter and Chris Sabin has no choice but to tap out. The Harts prove their dominance in their home nation.
    Smith and Kidd hold up their belts, proud of returning home as champions.



    The crowd keep cheering as Canada’s own Edge and Chris Jericho walk out onto the stage to greet their opponents at Survivor Series. Jericho is dressed for action but is wearing a Team Ego t-shirt while Edge is wearing ripped jeans and a checked shirt.

    Edge: Ladies and Gentlemen, please give it up for Canada’s own – The Hart Dynasty!

    The fans cheer along – delighted to see the two top tag teams in the WWE coming from their own country.

    Edge: Yeah, c’mon, louder!

    The fan cheer louder and louder as Edge eggs them on.

    Edge: Please, keep cheering them because they’re the only Canadian Tag Team here tonight! We brought our driving licenses and you can see they’re not from Ontario. No – they’re from the state of Florida because we got out of this god-forsaken ice-box as soon as humanly possible!

    The cheers instantly turn to boos as the crowd realise that Edge was tricking them the whole time.

    Y2J: Do you insignificant peons really think that two men of our stature wouldn’t want to leave this human cess-pool of a country behind? You see when you have amassed as many championships and accolades as me and Edge have – you realise that you’ve outgrown the underachieving nation you were unfortunate to be born in.

    The crowd are really letting them have it now, with huge ‘You Suck’ chants echoing throughout the arena.

    Edge: So – we’re out here tonight to let you guys know that you need to enjoy this moment. You need to savour it, soak it all in – because this little reign of yours is going to be nothing more than a foot-note – at Survivor Series, Chris and I will be cementing ourselves as the greatest WWE Superstars in WWE History when we take those tag team belts and add them to the pile of unrivalled achievements in our Hall-of-Fame careers.

    Y2J: Ladies and Gentlemen – let’s hear it for your soon to be former tag team champions.

    The fans boo Edge and Jericho as they head to the back, having successfully gotten inside the heads of Kidd and Smith – who stand in the ring, holding their belts, thinking about everything Edge and Jericho just said.

    Daniel Bryan vs. Finlay

    We come back from commercial and Finlay is standing by in the ring, waiting for his opponent. Finlay put on a great effort, alongside Dustin Rhodes, against Sheamus and Drew McIntyre at Joe/Punk II but just fell short. A win tonight would allow him to move on and get right back on the track to success.



    The mood turns sour as Daniel Bryan’s music plays and the Submission Specialist comes down to the ring. Bryan pulled out all the stops against Christian at Joe/Punk II to become the last ever ECW Champion – but Christian’s heart and desire won out. Tonight, just like Finlay, he has a point to prove in order to get back in contention.

    Striker: I cannot wait for this match-up. These are two of the hardest hitting superstars in the WWE – this will be great!

    vs.

    Daniel Bryan gets into Finlay’s face and starts talking trash. The Irishman ignores him and looks away – letting the younger man rant and rave all he wants. Daniel takes exception to this and slaps Finlay across the face. He grabs him by the mouth and starts yelling at him again but Finlay doesn’t take it for long before he knocks Bryan to his back with a big fore arm to the side of the head. Bryan gets to his feet and Finlay knocks him right back down with a clothesline, the fans roaring in approval.

    Grisham: Finlay is not a WWE Superstar you want to talk down to!

    Bryan gets to his feet and Finlay kicks him in the gut before tossing him to the other side of the ring with a belly to belly suplex. He covers Bryan but Bryan grabs the ropes after one.

    Striker: And that’s part of Daniel Bryan’s intelligence in the ring. He could have kicked out but he realised he was close to the ropes and chose to grab them instead, conserving his energy.

    Finlay pulls Bryan to his feet and drives his forearm into Bryan’s kidney before whipping him into the corner. He charges and drives his shoulder into Bryan’s gut. Bryan falls down in the corner as Finlay backs up. He charges again and dropkicks Daniel right in the face. He pulls Bryan away from the ropes and covers him, this time getting a two count before Bryan kicks out. Finlay drags Bryan into the middle of the ring and stomps on him. He bounces off the ropes and goes to nail Bryan with a Senton but Bryan gets his knees up, driving them into Finlay’s back. Finlay squirms on the mat as Bryan gets to his feet. He backs up and kicks Finlay as hard as he can in the back. Finlay uses the ropes to get to his feet but when he gets up he’s met with a drop-kick from Daniel Bryan, sending him flying out of the ring.

    Foley: And this is how quickly Daniel Bryan can turn things around. He’s that smart in the ring.

    Finlay gets to his feet on the outside and as he does Daniel Bryan sprints across the ring. He slides out with a baseball slide, but Finlay grabs the ring curtain and pulls it away from the apron, traping Bryan between the ring and the curtain. Finlay goes to take Bryan out with his forearms but Bryan blocks him. He punches Finlay in the face, grabs his head and drops down, slamming Finlay’s head on the apron in the process. Bryan frees himself from the curtain and rolls himself and Finlay back in the ring. They both get to their feet and Bryan grabs Finlay and nails a picture perfect Northern Lights suplex, bridging into a pin. 1...2...Finlay kicks out. They both pop up. Finlay swings at Bryan with a clothesline but Daniel ducks it. He grabs Finlay and locks in the LeBell lock. Finlay has no choice but to tap out.
    Grisham: Can you believe it? I don’t know if I’ve ever seen Finlay tap out before!

    Striker: Folks, Dave Finlay is one of the toughest men in the history of this business – making him tap out is no mean feat – we have just witnessed something very impressive. Daniel Bryan is back on track in no time at all.

    Backstage

    Eve Torres: Ladies and Gentlemen it’s my pleasure to be here on Smackdown as your newest Backstage Interviewer. Please welcome at this time, the WWE Diva’s Champion Natalya.



    Eve: Natalya – this past Monday Night on Raw we got to witness a very special moment as The Hart Dynasty were joined by Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart for a special celebration, how did that feel?

    Natalya: Eve, in a way, Bret is the reason why all three of us are WWE superstars and he ‘s the reaon why all three of us are now WWE Champions. To be in our home country with Bret and with championships around our waists – it was indescribable. A real highlight of my career.

    Eve: You all faced, and defeated, Beth Phoenix on Monday Night – but Beth was distracted by Laycool. Were you disappointed with that? Does your win feel tainted at all?

    Natalya: You know, I was disappointed I won’t lie. As far as I’m concerned Beth is one of the best talents in the industry and Monday was a huge test for me. I’m glad I won and Of course I think I would have anyway but I’d love to get the chance to face her again and prove I really can beat her.

    Eve: Up next is a huge Diva’s Battle Royal to crown a number one contender to face you for the championship. After doing so well at Joe/Punk II, will any of the girls here on Smackdown be able to beat you?

    Natalya: I faced off against three of the greatest women’s wrestlers in recent history on Sunday and on any other night any one of them could have beat me. I put on the performance of my career to walk out of the pay-per-view as champions and it will take that much to beat some of these girls again. If I underestimate any of them – it’ll be to my peril.

    Eve: Well thank you for your time. Back to ringside.

    Diva’s Battle Royal


    vs. vs/ vs. vs. vs. vs.

    All seven girls go at it from the get go and it’s as wild as you’d expect. The Blondetourage of Kelly Kelly and Tiffany work together at the start as do Gail Kim and Melina. Jillian is the first to go after Kelly and Tiffany clothesline her over the top. Gail and Melina team up on Mickie while Maryse goes after Kelly and Tiffany from behind. After some back and forth action Tiffany and Kelly manage to take Maryse out of the match as well. Melina and Gail lift Mickie up and try to throw her out, but Mickie kicks her feet off the ropes, before driving Melina and Gail down with a double bulldog. Kelly and Tiffany go after Mickie but Mickie ducks and hoists Kelly up and over the top rope. Kelly lands on the apron. Tiffany runs at Mickie again buck Mickie moves and Tiffany knocks Kelly off the apron and to the outside. Mickie then grabs Tiffany and shoves her up and over the top rope. Tiffany, like Kelly, lands on the apron. Mickie goes to punch her off but Tiffany blocks and slaps Mickie in the face. Mickie stumbles back from the ropes and runs into a double suplex from Gail Kim and Melina before they toss her to the outside. Tiffany gets back into the ring and we’re down to three.

    Gail and Melina smile at each other while Tiffany starts to look worried. They advance towards her slowly before charging at her and going for a double clothesline. Tiffany ducks and nails Kim with a punch to the face. She nails Melina with a forearm and whips her into the ropes but Gail grabs her and slams her to the mat. Melina comes back and the two dominant diva’s start to stomp Tiffany, the numbers catching up with her. They pick her up and throw her towards the ropes. She bounces back and they bend over to go for a back body drop. Tiffany manages to stop herself, however, and kicks Gail in the face. She then bounces off the ropes and catches Melina with a head scissors takedown which sends her flying out of the ring! It’s down to Tiffany and Gail Kim. Melina is in shock on the outside and Tiffany looks pretty surprised as well. Gail runs at Tiffany and Tiffany ducks her clothesline again. Tiffany runs the ropes and nails Gail with a head scissors take down. Tiffany quickly climbs to the top rope and when Gail gets up she dives with a cross-body but Gail sees it coming and nails her mid-air with a drop-kick. She grabs Tiffany and delivers Eat Defeat before tossing her to the outside and winning the match.
    Gail celebrates in the ring as she earns another shot at Natalya’s Championship. The fans aren’t to pleased with the result but they cheer up when Natalya comes out to the stage. She holds up her belt, showing Gail who the champion is as Gail motions she’s coming after the belt.

    Grisham: Gail Kim lasted longer than Melina and Mickie James on Sunday and she’s lasted the longest of all the Diva’s tonight – she’s a former champion and looks more and more impressive every week – I think Natalya has a big challenge on her hands.

    Backstage


    Eve: Joining me at this time, John Morrison!



    Eve: John, this past Monday Night on Raw – your tag team partner The Miz was drafted to Raw – effectively ending your tag team. What does the future hold for John Morrison now?

    Morrison: Eve, when The Miz was drafted to Raw it was like a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m proud of everything we achieved together – but I never planned to be in a tag team again. I came to the WWE in a tag team and won the tag team belts. I then moved on and won the Intercontinental Championships. I moved to ECW and won the ECW Championship. The next step was the World Title – but instead I fell in with The Miz and my progress...well it was halted. I’m back on track now and I’m going see just how far I can go.

    We then move to William Regal’s office where he’s sitting at his desk with Sheamus and Drew McIntyre standing talking to him.

    McIntyre: You see Will, here’s the thing – we’ve done absolutely everything that’s required of us and we won on Sunday – but yet you gave the tag title shot to Edge and Jericho. If I’m being honest, that doesn’t really sit all that well with us.

    Regal: Patience men, patience. Have I or have I not hand-picked you to be the future of Smackdown? You will get your title shot, I guarantee it.

    Sheamus: You see Fella – I know we should believe ya, but to be honest, you said that before and we’re standing here like a pair o’muppets, while Edge and Jericho are walking around like they own the show – and we...well we don’t really like it.

    Regal: Gentlemen my hands are tied – you just have to trust me. In the meantime – if you want a title shot – go out and make an impact.

    Rey Mysterio & Evan Bourne vs. Drew McIntyre & Sheamus

    vs.

    Both of these teams are ranked high in the tag division and a win tonight would only propel them higher. Bourne and McIntyre start things off and Bourne wows McIntyre with his blistering pace. Bourne has McIntyre scurrying all around the ring as the young Scot struggles to deal with Evan’s speed and agility. Bourne tags in Rey and the high-flying duo continue to steal the show. Eventually, however, McIntyre manages to get up a big boot, taking Rey out long enough to tag in Sheamus. The Celtic Warrior is quick to pounce on Rey and starts to wear him down with his big power moves. As McIntyre recovers, he and Sheamus make plenty of quick tags in and out, isolating Rey and wearing him down.

    Sheamus has Rey backed into the corner and he’ driving his knee into Rey’s face. Sheamus backs up and charges at Rey with his knee but Rey moves and Sheamus bangs his knee against the bottom turnbuckle. Rey musters up enough to nail Sheamus with a low drop-kick, taking the Irishman down. Rey starts to crawl towards his tag team partner as the crowd urge him on. Drew McIntyre runs into the ring however and drops an elbow on Rey, just before he reaches him. McIntyre starts to argue with Bourne but Bourne responds by kicking him in the face. McIntyre trips up over Rey on the mat, which gives Rey enough time to reach out and tag in Bourne.

    Bourne climbs straight to the top rope. Sheamus gets to his feet and Bourne leaps from the top rope, taking Sheamus down by driving his knees into Sheamus’ chest. McIntyre gets up and Bourne meets him with a leg scissors take down. McIntyre flies across the ring and knocks Rey off the apron. Bourne is on fire and the fans are going wild. He turns around to go back to Sheamus and...BROGUE KICK!!! Sheamus hits the kick out of nowhere and covers Bourne. 123 – another huge win for Sheamus and McIntyre.
    McIntyre gets to his feet and raises Sheamus’ arm in the air as these two young lions pick up another crucial victory. Having now pinned the former champs – it seems like they’ve made the impact they wanted to make. IT seems like they haven’t finished yet. With Rey on the outside McIntyre and Sheamus start laying into Bourne with the boots – trying to make a statement at Bourne’s expense. The fans are disgusted that the win wasn’t enough for these two.

    Foley: I really hate to see this – they won the match – isn’t that enough?

    The boos quickly turn to cheers, however, as Rey Mysterio slides into the ring, steel chair in hand.

    Grisham: Here comes Rey with the equaliser.

    Sheamus & McIntyre quickly scurry out of the ring – happy with what damage they’ve already down. Rey slowly helps Bourne to his feet as his music starts to play – the fans applauding him for saving his partner. Bourne gets up and Rey raises his arm...

    Spoiler


    Backstage

    When we return from commercial we see a replay of what just happened with Rey Mysterio turning on his tag team partner – Evan Bourne. We then cut to the backstage area where Evan Bourne is being loaded into an ambulance in agony.

    Foley: Guys...I really don’t know what to say. I’ve known Rey Mysterio a long time and I never in a million years thought he would be capable of something as heinous as this. I...I’m in shock...I cannot believe what we’ve just seen.

    Kofi Kingston vs. Mark Henry

    vs.

    After losing to Kofi on Monday Night – Mark Henry will be keen to prove his ability in a rematch tonight. Henry starts things off a lot better than he did on Monday and catches Kofi’s off guard before he can dazzle Henry with his fast-paced action. Henry shows just how aggressive he can be as he wears Kofi down. Kofi fights back, and won’t give in, and manages to use his educated feet to back Henry off. Henry reels back and Kofi levels him with a roundhouse kick. Kofi climbs to the tope rope and waits for Henry to get up. When Henry’s up Kofi leaps to go for a diving cross-body but Henry catches him mid-air. Henry grins and yells – ‘WORLD’S STRONGEST SLAM!’ He hoists him up to slam him down but Kofi wriggles out and grabs Henry, slamming his head into the mat with a Tornado DDT. He covers him for a two-count. They both get up. Kofi kicks out at Henry but Mark blocks his kick. He lunges at him with a clothesline but Kofi ducks it. Henry turns around and walks straight into a Trouble in Paradise. Kofi hooks the leg – 123!
    Grisham: Another big win for Kofi Kingston!

    Foley: I think it’s only a matter of time before we see big things here from this young man on Smackdown!

    Kevin Steen vs. Christian

    We come back from commercial break and John Cena has joined the commentary team for tonight’s number one contender main event between Christian and Kevin Steen.

    Striker: John, Kevin Steen absolutely took you to your limit at Joe/Punk II – surely you’ll be wanting to avoid fighting him again at Survivor Series?

    Cena: Matt, I won’t lie, that was one of the toughest matches of my career – but have you seen Christian lately – have you seen how many people he beat to keep that ECW Title? There’s no easy match no matter who wins this one – my job is just to do whatever I can to keep this championship around my waist.

    vs.

    Steen comes out first and you can tell he’s doing all he can not to lunge across the announce table at Cena. Then Christian’s music hits and the roof nearly blows off the arena. It’s normally a pretty close call between Cena and Christian as to who is Smackdown’s most popular superstar is, but tonight, in Montreal it’s no contest – this is Christian’s show. He takes his time coming to the ring, making sure to look out for the seas of Peeps, all yelling as loud as they can for Captain Charisma. Christian doesn’t have as much restraint as Steen and walks over to the announce table and slaps Cena’s belt, letting John know he’s coming for the title. He rolls into the ring and throws his shirt to the crowd and he and Steen get ready to lock up. Just before they do, however, music starts to play.

    Spoiler


    Boos ring around the arena as Daniel Bryan walks out on to the stage, steel chair in hand. He sets the chair up on the stage and sits down to get a good view of the action. Christian seems a bit confused but he and Steen lock up and the match is underway. We see a side of Steen we haven’t seen yet in the WWE as him and Christian exchange holds to start things off.

    Striker: You know, in the minor leagues Matt Striker went by the moniker Mr. Wrestling. We’ve seen him brawl with Cena but he can go with the best of them on the mat.

    The match is back and forth. They both are at the peak of their careers and are a pretty even match for each other. Halfway through it seems like Daniel Bryan has seen all he needs and he heads to the back again. Steen and Christian are going all out, but eventually Steen wears Christian down and gains the upper hand. He locks in the Half Boston Crab and Christian screams in agony. He puts all of his body weight onto the small of Christian’s back. Christians reaches and reaches and manages to grab the bottom rope. Steen release the hold and drags Christian into the centre. He picks him and slams him back down with a side-walk slam. Steen is on a roll now, and climbs to the top rope. He holds out his arms and takes a deep breath before leaping with a moonsault, but Christian rolls out of the way just in time. Steen is in pain and Christian capitalises and rolls him up for a school-boy. 1...2...Steen kicks out.

    Christian is in the zone now and starts to clap his hands together – encouraging the crowd to rally up behind him. Steen charges at him but Christian punches him straight in the mouth. He bounces off the ropes and drop-kicks him to the mat. Christian stalks Steen and when he gets up he grabs him and nails him the Killswitch. The crowd are going absolutely mad as Christian covers him. 1...2...Steen gets his foot under the bottom rope. Christian can’t believe it and drags Steen away from the ropes before climbing up top. As he’s climbing, however, Daniel Bryan re-emerges and starts to run down the ramp towards the ring. John Cena sees him coming, however, and runs from the desk to stop him interfering. Bryan backs off from Cena, saving the fight for another day. Christian watches all this going on and this distracts him long enough for him for Steen to get to his feet. He climbs up and goes after Christian. The two start trading blows at the top and Steen eventually takes him down with a superplex. They’re both down and out and the fans are going wild – cheering Christian on. They both get up and Steen kicks Christian in the gut. He grabs him but Christian punches him in the stomach. He grabs him and goes for the Killswitch again but Steen reverse it. He kick him in the gut again and lifts him up and down with a powerbomb. He hooks the leg...1...2...3. Steen is getting another shot.
    Steen is celebrating in the ring with the fans very disappointed with the result. He’s leaning over the ropes, yelling at the fans, and fails to see Cena sliding into the ring. Steen turns around and Cena lifts him up and slams him down with an Attitude Adjustment. Cena helps Christian to his feet as the fans starting chanting Christian’s name. Cena gets Christian up and points to the turnbuckle. Christian climbs up, slaps his chest and points to the fans before leaping and nailing Steen with a diving head butt. Cena raises Christian’s arm and the two celebrate with the Canadian fans as the show goes off the air.


    Survivor Series

    WWE Championship Match
    John Cena (c) vs. Kevin Steen

    Team Punk vs. Team Joe

    Team DX vs. Team ???

    WWE Tag Team Championship
    The Hart Dynasty (c) vs. Team Ego

    WWE Diva’s Championship
    Natalya (c) vs. Gail Kim



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    Here I am, again, reviewing your Smackdown now. I have nothing else to say so let's get to my catch phrase. WWWYKI! Wait, that's not it. SHOW NO FEAR, THE KID IS HERE!

    Opening segment starts off with CM Punk and he speaks his mind, shits on Canada.... Christian comes out is verbally blow by Canada.... Steen was the best so far with his whole Canada stuff.... Cena comes out, boo.... William Regal comes out. I love how he owned Cena and said it doesn't matter what he has to say. That was great. Him just taking Punk out of the title match talk was horrible, considering you didn't even give us a Punk reaction to it. Christian/Steen.... whatever. Punk'll probably win Survivor Series and he'll get his match with Cena, but I do not appreciate the way he was taken out of the consideration and how he had nothing to say about it. Horrible.

    I didn't care about the tag match. Happy The Harts won in Canada. Makes sense. Y2J/Edge come out and own Canada. Kind of already seen it from Steen, it was pretty much the same shit with more words. Nothing more to note.

    Daniel Bryan makes Finlay tap, which is good because Finlay is a tough SOB. I like it.

    Fuck the divas division. Gail/Natalya, don't care, good effort, though.

    John Morrison promo was short and to the point. I enjoyed it. Interesting how both guys seem to be relieved to be split apart from each other.

    Sheamus/McIntyre/Regal promo was good. I enjoyed it, too. Very interested in what Regal's plans for his chosen ones are. He should so choose McIntyre and turn on Pale-Sheamus and say there can only be ONE Chosen One. That would own.

    Sheamus/McIntyre defeat Mysterio/Bourne and then get chased out by Mysterio. ONLY for Mysterio to then assault Bourne. Eh. You should've let Mysterio allow them to annihilate Bourne until THEY were done. Then go in there, smile as he looked down at Bourne and annihilate him. No need for the save when he was just going to kick Bourne's ass also. I'm not too sure if I liked or disliked that promo, but I know for sure that I didn't care much for it.

    Kofi Kingston beats Mark Henry. That I did enjoy. I think it's so much fun writing Kofi. Especially since his finisher is such an out-of-nowhere move. Cool.

    Cena talks..... who cares. Shut your mouth you goody-2-shoes~!

    Steen wins. The reason I have nothing to comment about on that match is because the ending made me absolutely sick. Cena and the LOSER Christian celebrate.... that's the first bad thing because really~?! The second bad thing is John Cena's kiss-ass ways are disgusting because they're celebrating with the Canadian Flag. Are Canadians that foolish? "Oh, our favorite lost the match, but gee look! It's out flag! WOOO!" Horrible.

    The show kinda sucked, honestly. RAW was 100x better, this show was awful. I can't even think of one thing that stood out to me at the end, now that I'm done. Punk is taken out of the title picture and has nothing to say, like "Oh well, maybe next time!" Fuck that pussy shit. Then the ending. The beginning and the end are supposed to be the awesome parts of the shows with great middles, but those were the two worst parts with such a boring middle. Therefore, it sucked. 1.5/10

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    Tonight, on Monday Night Raw, Stephanie McMahon has ordered that Matt and Jeff Hardy will do battle do open the show with a bang, as Raw comes from Mexico City for the first time ever. The two brothers aren't fighting because of animosity, but because Cody Rhodes needs a new number on contender for his World Heavyweight Championship. Rhodes defeated MVP last week to hold onto his belt - and tonight, we'll find out which Hardy Boy gets a shot at Survivor Series.

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